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History

Time : 02:30:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 50

    Part-A

    Multiple Choice Questions(Creative)

    50 x 1 = 50
  1. Grand Old Man of Indian Nationalism

    (a)

    Bala Gangadhar Tilak

    (b)

    Dadabhai Naoroji

    (c)

    Subhash Chandra Bose

    (d)

    Bharathi

  2. The growth of heavy machine industries in Britain allowed East India Company to ____________ raw materials from India to Britain.

    (a)

    Export

    (b)

    Import

    (c)

    trade

    (d)

    sale

  3. Modern intelligentsia formed political organisation like

    (a)

    Madras Native Association

    (b)

    East India Association

    (c)

    The Servants ofIndia Society

    (d)

    None of these

  4. Highly educated or the inteUectual elite of a society

    (a)

    factionalism

    (b)

    intelligentsia

    (c)

    annulment

    (d)

    Swadeshi

  5. Made in one's own country

    (a)

    factionalism

    (b)

    intelligentsia

    (c)

    annulment

    (d)

    Swadeshi

  6. Which one of the following is correctly matched?

    (a)

    Ashe Murder - June 1911

    (b)

    March 12, 1988 - on charges of sedition

    (c)

    Subramania Bharati - The Hindu

    (d)

    V.O.C Ship - Kesari

  7. Which of the following statements are correct.
    Statement I: The growth of newspapers, both in English and Tamil language, aided the swadeshi movement in Tamil Nadu.
    Statement II: G. Subramaniam was one of the first among the leaders to use newspapers to spread the nationalist message across a larger audience.
    Statement III: In 1916 a book was published by Subramaniam to condemn the British actions during the Congress Conference in Barsal.

    (a)

    I & II

    (b)

    I & III

    (c)

    None of the above

    (d)

    All ofthe above

  8. A secret plan by a group of people to do something illegal

    (a)

    draconic

    (b)

    contingent

    (c)

    conspiracy

    (d)

    moderate

  9. Assertion(a): Lala Hardayal, who settled in San Francisco, founded Pacific Coast Hindustan Association in 1913, with Sohan Singh Bhakna as its president.
    Reason(R): This organization was popularly called Ghadar Party. ('Ghadar' means rebellion in Urdu.)

    (a)

    Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

    (b)

    Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

    (c)

    A is true but R is false

    (d)

    A is false but R is true.

  10. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in

    (a)

    sabannathi

    (b)

    Porbandar

    (c)

    South Africa

    (d)

    west Bengal

  11. The first attempt at mobilizing the Indian masses was made by Gandhi on an invitation by peasants of

    (a)

    sabarmathi

    (b)

    Porbandar

    (c)

    South Africa

    (d)

    Champaran

  12. A member of the-majority faction of the Russian Communist Party

    (a)

    Bolshevik

    (b)

    Communism

    (c)

    radicalism

    (d)

    armoury

  13. Social or political movements that aim at fundamental change in the structure of society.

    (a)

    Bolshevik

    (b)

    Communism

    (c)

    radicalism

    (d)

    armoury

  14. The policy or technique of refraining from the use of violence.

    (a)

    Non-violence

    (b)

    untouchablity

    (c)

    civil liberties

    (d)

    fundamental Rights

  15. The condition of being an untouchable; tainted by one's birth into a caste system that deems him or her impure

    (a)

    non-violence

    (b)

    untouchablity

    (c)

    Civil liberties

    (d)

    fundamental Rights

  16. The policy or doctrine of asserting the interests of one's own nation

    (a)

    Communalism

    (b)

    nationalism

    (c)

    revivalism

    (d)

    imperialism

  17. A desire to revive a former customs or practice

    (a)

    communalism

    (b)

    nationalism

    (c)

    revivalism

    (d)

    imperialism

  18. Islamic code of law based on Koran and the teachings of the Prophet

    (a)

    jizya

    (b)

    shariat

    (c)

    communal award

    (d)

    R.S.S.

  19. A religious organization

    (a)

    jizya

    (b)

    shariat

    (c)

    communal award

    (d)

    R.S.S.

  20. Which of the following, statements are cotrect.
    Statement I: The British Government was consistent in promoting communalism.
    Statement II: Even the delegates for the second Round Table Conference were chosen on the basis of their communal bearings.
    Statement III: After the failure of the Round Table Conferences, the British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald announced the Communal Award which further vitiated the political climate.

    (a)

    I & II

    (b)

    I & III

    (c)

    None of the above

    (d)

    All of the above

  21. After Bose escape to Germany and Singapore formed_____________

    (a)

    Indian National Army

    (b)

    Indian National Congress

    (c)

    Indian National Front

    (d)

    Indian National Force

  22. Assertion (A): INC passed a resolution offering cooperation with the war effort to Britain.
    Reason (R): Britain promised independence to India after the war and transfer power to Indians

    (a)

    Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

    (b)

    Both A and R are true and R is not the correct explanation of A.

    (c)

    A is true but R is false

    (d)

    A is false but R is true.

  23. The Mountbatten plan for independence along with partition ofIndia was accepted at the AICC meeting at Meerut on._______________

    (a)

    February 20, 1947

    (b)

    June 30, 1948

    (c)

    March 22, 1947

    (d)

    June 14, 1947

  24. The Congress ensured the election of ____________from a seat in Bombay

    (a)

    Maharaja Hari Singh

    (b)

    Vallabhbhai Patel

    (c)

    Rajendra Prasad

    (d)

    Dr B.R. Ambedkar

  25. The partition of India on Hindu-Muslim lines was put forth at_________________

    (a)

    Lahore session (March 1940)

    (b)

    Mysore session (March 1940)

    (c)

    Banglore session (March 1940)

    (d)

    Simla session (March 1940)

  26. Which is the correct sequence of the following events?

    (a)

    The linguistic reorganization of states was raised and argued out in Constituent Assembly between 1947 and 1949.

    (b)

    Pattabhi Sitaramayya raised the demand for an Punjab Province

    (c)

    The ruler of Junagadh wanted to join India

    (d)

    All the above

  27. The first lIT was located in

    (a)

    Kharagpur

    (b)

    Delhi

    (c)

    Bornbay

    (d)

    Kanpur

  28. There were only __________ public-sector enterprises in India in 1951.

    (a)

    3

    (b)

    5

    (c)

    7

    (d)

    9

  29. In 1980 a consolidated rural development programme called __________ Programme was introduced.

    (a)

    Integrated Rural Development

    (b)

    Integrated Radio Development

    (c)

    India Rural Development

    (d)

    Integrated Rural Department

  30. Abolition of __________ was part of the manifesto of the Indian National Congress party even before independence.

    (a)

    ryot

    (b)

    president

    (c)

    Zamindari

    (d)

    mansadari

  31. The economy was liberalised during the Eighth Five Year Plan ___________.

    (a)

    1951-56

    (b)

    1992-97

    (c)

    1969-74

    (d)

    1975-79

  32. Match the following
    a) 33.3% - Marginal farmers and agricultural labourers
    b) 50% - the assets
    c) 25% - non-farm activites
    d) 15% - minor irrigation works

    (a)

    1,2,3,4

    (b)

    3,1,4,2

    (c)

    4,3,2,1

    (d)

    4,2,3,1

  33. (i) Various initiatives are being taken by the government to such as Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)
    (ii) Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and
    (iii) the recenly integrated scheme of Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan to redress the issue of dropouts

    (a)

    ii,i,iii

    (b)

    i,ii,iii

    (c)

    iii,ii,i

    (d)

    ii,iii,i

  34. The pilgrims from Britain sailed in a ship called__________

    (a)

    bigflower

    (b)

    lillyflower

    (c)

    Mayflower

    (d)

    Augustflower

  35. The political and social system of France prior to the French Revolution was called_________.

    (a)

    french regime

    (b)

    British regime

    (c)

    political regime

    (d)

    ancien regime

  36. The clergy and the nobility enjoyed special privileges and they were exempted from various taxes imposed by the_____________.

    (a)

    Monarchy

    (b)

    tyranchy

    (c)

    anarchy

    (d)

    oligarchy

  37. ____________in his Social Contract argued that the relationship between the rulers and ruled should be bound by a contract.

    (a)

    Rousseau

    (b)

    Dr Joseph-Ignace Guillotin

    (c)

    Saint-Domingue

    (d)

    Boston

  38. Statement I:Haiti, earlier known as Saint-Domingue was the richest French colon in the Caribbean Sea. .
    Statement II:Its plantations produced more sugar than all of Europe's other Caribbean and American colonies put together.
    Statement III: The island's indigenous population, forced to mine for gold, was devastated by European diseases and brutal working conditions and by the end of the
    sixteenth century it had virtually vanished.

    (a)

    I and II

    (b)

    II and III

    (c)

    I and III

    (d)

    All are Correct

  39. Socialist ideas in the modem sense came to be articulated by the__________

    (a)

    Physiocrats

    (b)

    govemment job

    (c)

    socialist

    (d)

    materialist

  40. __________the arbiter of Europe and enemy of nationality, was forced to leave Vienna in disguise.

    (a)

    Metternich

    (b)

    Bismarck

    (c)

    William I

    (d)

    Garibald

  41. Assertion (A): In EUrope the countries that first achieved national unity were France, Spain and England.
    Reason(R): Cities in Asia like Rome, Florence, Venice, Naples and Milan were the capitals of small states.

    (a)

    BothAand R are correct. R explains A

    (b)

    BothA and R are correct. R does not explain A

    (c)

    A is correct but R is wrong

    (d)

    A is wrong but R is correct

  42. _____________adopted a 'blood and iron' policy to achieve the unification.

    (a)

    Ottovon Bismarck

    (b)

    King William I

    (c)

    Bismarck

    (d)

    Ganbald

  43. Ganbaldi submitted his conquest to King Victor Emmanuel II and retreated to lead the rest ofhis life in his home at the island of________________.

    (a)

    Andaman

    (b)

    Caprera

    (c)

    Maldavies

    (d)

    Hawaai

  44. The _____________was a period of accumulation of capital that facilitatedthe industrial revolution in Europe.

    (a)

    Mercantilist period

    (b)

    European period

    (c)

    industrial period

    (d)

    revolution period

  45. The objective of France was to recover Alsace and Lorraine that it had lost after the___________

    (a)

    Battle of Cambrai

    (b)

    Naval battles

    (c)

    Franco-Prussian War

    (d)

    Hall of Mirrors

  46. The Battle of Guadalcanal in the ______________ was a combined offensive of the army and the navy.

    (a)

    Japan

    (b)

    Russia

    (c)

    Solomon Islands

    (d)

    north Africa

  47. The German approach was emulated in East Asia by_______________.

    (a)

    Soviet Russia

    (b)

    Japan

    (c)

    America

    (d)

    Africa

  48. ____________began to playa prominent role in the pacific.

    (a)

    President Roosevelt

    (b)

    MacArthur

    (c)

    Churchill

    (d)

    Stalin

  49. The Moscow declaration of 1943 recognised the need for an international organisation to replace the____________.

    (a)

    SEATO

    (b)

    NATO

    (c)

    League of Nations

    (d)

    UNO

  50. In North Korea, USSR set up the People's Democratic Republic, a Communist government, headed by_____________.

    (a)

    Kim II Sung

    (b)

    Gim Il jung

    (c)

    Kim II sung

    (d)

    Kim III Sung

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