The Indian National Movement Study Material बिभाग ‘ग’

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Study Material: The Indian National Movement बिभाग ‘ग’


  1. A public meeting was held on 13th April, 1919 in Jallianwala Bagh to

(1) Protest against the arrest of popular leaders

(2) Organise a hartal

(3) Protest against the Rowlatt Act

(4) Demand Swaraj

Ans:- (1) Protest against the arrest of popular leaders

  1. Who set up the famous Bengal Chemical Swadeshi Stores during the Swadeshi Movement?

(1) PC Ray

(2) Rabindra Nath Tagore

(3) Ashwini Kumar Dutt

(4) Anandamohan Bose

Ans:- (1) PC Ray

  1. Which pair threw a bomb at a carriage that they belived was occupied by Kingsford, the unpopular judge at Muzzafarpur?

(1) Ramprasasd Bismil, Surya Sen (1906)

(2) Khudiran Bose, Prafulla Chaki (1908)

(3) Jatindra Nath Das, Ashfaqullah Khan (1910)

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) Khudiran Bose, Prafulla Chaki (1908)

  1. Who committed the most daring murder in 1907 of Sir Curzon Wyllie at a public meeting in London?

(1) BN Datta

(2) ML Dhingra

(3) Sardar Ajit Singh

(4) SC Chatterjee

Ans:- (2) ML Dhingra

  1. Which was the only province where muslims had taken to commerce and education quite early?

(1) Calcutta

(2) Punjab

(3) Madras

(4) Bombay

Ans:- (4) Bombay

  1. Under whose president ship did the Indian National Congress meet in August 1918 at Bombay to consider the proposals of Montague Chelmsford?

(1) Hasan Iman

(2) Annie Besant

(3) Badruddin Tayabji

(4) BG Tilak

Ans:- (2) Annie Besant

  1. Who was the Viceroy of India when the Quit India Movement started in 1942?

(1) Linlithgow

(2) Willingdon

(3) Wavell

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1) Linlithgow

  1. Point the odd one out

(1) Max Muellar

(2) Fergusson

(4) Todd

(4) Cunningham

Ans:- (4) Cunningham

  1. ‘Cooperation in any shape or form with this satanic govt. is sinful’, gandhiji declared after

(1) The passing of Rowlatt Act

(2) The Punjab tragedy

(3) Failure of the Round Table Conference

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) The Punjab tragedy

  1. Kesari was

(1) An organization for social reform started by Tilak

(2) An English language paper owned by S N Bannerji

(c) A Marathi newspaper

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (c) A Marathi newspaper

  1. Mahadev Govind Ranade was a member of the

(1) Arya Samaj

(2) Prathana Samaj

(3) India League

(4) Thesophical Society

Ans:- (2) Prathana Samaj

  1. Annie Besant

(1) Founded the Theosophical Society.

(2) Became president of the Indian National Congress

(3) Was a disciple of Swami Vivekananda

(4) Was a member of Prathana Samaj

Ans:- (2) Became president of the Indian National Congress

  1. ‘My own belief is that the Congress is tottering, and one of my great ambitions is to assist it to a peaceful death’. Who said it?

(1) Winston Churchill

(2) Lord Canning

(3) Lord Curzon

(4) Mohammad Ali Jinnah

Ans:- (3) Lord Curzon

  1. Arrange the following events in a chronological manner. Choose your from the codes given below.

(A) The Khilafat Movement was started by Maulana Azad and Ali brothers

(b) The incident of Chauri Chaura

(c) The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy

(d) Visit of the Prime of Wales

(1) DCAB

(2) CDAB

(3) CADB

(4) CBDA

Ans:- (3) CADB

  1. The Second session of the Round Table Conference broke down on the question of

(1) Gandhi’s fast unto death

(2) Separate electorates for the minorities

(3) Gandhiji beign not treated on equal terms with the representatives of the King Emperor

(4) Government’s unwillingness to release all political prisoners

Ans: – (2) Separate electorates for the minorities

  1. ‘Nauseating and humiliating spectacle of Gandhiji striding half naked up the steps of the viceroy’s Palace to negotiate……..on equal terms with the representatives of the King Emperor’. Who said this?

(1) Clement Attlee

(2) William Digby

(3) Winston Churchill

(4) Strafford Cripps

Ans:- (3) Winston Churchill

  1. The civil Disobedience movement caught the imagination of the people, significant popular in the states. In many places, significant popular movements came into being. Point out where it did not?

(1) Rajkot

(2) Hyderabad

(3) Travancore

(4) Rampur

Ans:- (4) Rampur

  1. How many times JL Nehru became the President of INC?

(1) 2

(2) 3

(3) 4

(4) 5

Ans:-  (2) 3

  1. Protesting against Simon Commission in a demonstration, Lala Lajpat Rai fatal injuries. Where did the incident occur?

(1) JL Nehru

(2) Sahajanand Saraswati

(3) MN Roy

(4) PC Joshi

Ans:- (3) MN Roy

  1. Individual Civil Disobedience movement was launched in

(1) 1942

(2) 1940

(3) 1945

(4) 1947

Ans:-  (2) 1940

  1. Who gave Vallabh Bhai Patel the title of ‘Sardar’?

(1) C Rajagopalachari

(2) MK Gandhi

(3) JL Nehru

(4) MA Jinnah

Ans:- (2) MK Gandhi

  1. Who was the heroine of the 1942 Quit India movement?

(1) Dr Annie Besant

(2) Sucheta Kriplani

(3) Aruna Asaf Ali

(4) Sarojini Naidu

Ans:-  (4) Sarojini Naidu

  1. Who among the early nationalists worked in England to mobilize public opinion in favour of the Indian National movement?

(1) Gopal krishna Gokhale

(2) Lala Lajpath Rai

(3) Dadbhai Rai

(4) DE Wacha

Ans:-  (3) Dadbhai Rai

  1. Who said ‘Cowardice and ahimsa do not go together any more than water and fire?

(1) Acharya Vinod Bhave

(2) Acharya Narendra Dev

(3) Jaya Prakash Narayan

(4) Mahatma Gandhi

Ans:- (4) Mahatma Gandhi

  1. The three states which had not acceded to either Dominion by August 15, 1947, were all ruled by Princes whose own religion was different from that of the majority of their subjects. Point the odd one out

(1) Bhopal

(2) Junagarh

(3) Hyderabad

(4) Kashmir

Ans:-  (1) Bhopal

  1. To counteract unfavorable articles on India in the British Press and to supply authentic information, a journal was started in 1890. Name it.

(1) Dawn

(2) News Chronicle

(3) India

(4) Wheel of History

Ans:-  (1) Dawn

  1. In which year five district and the tribal area were taken away from to create the North-West Forntier Province?

 (1) 1904

(2) 1935

(3) 1901

(4) 1911

Ans:-  (3) 1901

  1. Who was the Governer-General of India who proposed the change of capital from Calcutta to Delhi?

(1) Lansdowne

(2) Lord Curzon

(3) Loed Hardinge II

(4) Dufferin

Ans:- (3) Loed Hardinge II

  1. The Gandhi-Irwin pact (March 1931)

(1) Agree not to enforce the salt laws

(2) Release all political prisoners except those convicted of violence

(3) The Nagpur session political prisoners except those convicted of violence

(4) The Congress was to suspend the Civil Disobedience movement

Ans:- (3) The Nagpur session political prisoners except those convicted of violence

  1. Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar Azad and Rajguru shot dead a British police officer who they thought was

(1) Responsible for ordering Jallianwala massacre

(2) Instrumental for the introduction of Public Safety Bill

(3) Responsible for the murder of Lala Lajpath Rai                                                                                             

(4) Responsible for ordering the hanging of Ram Prasad Bismil

Ans:- (3) Responsible for the murder of Lala Lajpath Rai                                                                                             

  1. ‘Pant Resolution’ passed at Tripuri Congress, 1939 is significant because (take the old one out)

(1) It reiterated the Congress faith in Gandhi Policies

(2) It was a vote of censure against SC Bose.

(3) The Congress Socialist Party abstained from voting

(4)  Following it, P Sitaramayya defeated SC Bose as the candidate for Presidentship.

Ans:- (4)  Following it, P Sitaramayya defeated SC Bose as the candidate for Presidentship.

  1. The last two years of British rule were marked by several movements. Mark the odd one out.

(1) Punnapra Vayalar in Travancore

(2) Tebhage in Bemgal

(3) Telengana Movement in Hyderabad

(4) Eka movement in Avadh

Ans:- (4) Eka movement in Avadh

  1. The Communist Party was legalized in the year

(1) 1944

(2) 1942

(3) 1945

(4) 1940

Ans:- (2) 1942

  1. Linlithgow described it as ‘by far the most serious rebellion since that of 1857, the gravity and extent of which we have so far concealed from the world for reasons of military security’ which is the movement referred here?

(1) Khilafat Movement

(2) Civil Disobedience Movement

(3) Tebhaga Movement

(4) Quit India movement

Ans:- (4) Quit India movement

35.Who of the following did not belong to that popularly was know as the Bombay Triumvirate’?

(1) BG Tilak

(2) Ferozshah Mehta

(3) KT Telang

(4) Badruddin Tyabji

Ans:- (3) KT Telang

36.The swadeshi movement started in India during

(1) The Champaran satyagraha  of Gandhi

(2) The anti-Bengal pertition agitation

(3) The protest against the Rowlatt Act

(4) The first non-cooperation movement in 1919-22.

Ans:- (2) The anti-Bengal pertition agitation

  1. Which of the following classes participated the least in the Indian national movement?

(1) Capitalists

(2) Princes of states

(3) Governments officials

(4) Peasants

Ans:-  (2) Princes of states

  1. For which movement was there support both from Hindus and Muslims?

(1) Champaran satyagraha

(2) Anti-partition movement

(3) Khilafat movement

(4) Quit India movement

Ans:- (3) Khilafat movement

  1. Gandhi’s Champaran satyagraha aimed at

(1) Securing the rights of Harijans

(2) A civil disobedience movement

(3) Maintaining the unity of Hindu society

(4) Solving the problems of 1916 is noted for

Ans:- (4) Solving the problems of 1916 is noted for

  1. The interim government at the Congress when it declared poorna swaraj as its objective?

(1) Motilal Nehru

(2) Mahatma Gandhi

(3) Jawaharlal Nehru

(4) Subhash Chandra Bose

Ans:- (3) Jawaharlal Nehru