Category: Practice Test

TEST 06: MODERN INDIAN HISTORY

Syllabus: 1919-1947 1. Consider the following statements regarding the Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms: In 1918, Edwin Montagu, the Secretary of State, and Lord Chelmsford, the Viceroy, produced their scheme of constitutional reforms which led to the...

TEST 05: MODERN INDIAN HISTORY

Syllabus:  1905-1918 1. With reference to Morley Minto reforms, consider the following statements: It introduced non-official majority in the Imperial Legislative Council It provided for direct elections to the provincial legislature Separate electorates were...

TEST 04: MODERN INDIAN HISTORY

Syllabus: 1858-1905 1.With reference to the Indian National Congress, consider the following statements: The first session of the Indian National Congress was presided over by Surendranath Bannerjee One of its aim was to develop...

TEST 02: MODERN INDIAN HISTORY

Syllabus : Advent of Europeans 1. Bahadurshah of Gujarat ceded Bassein to A. English B. French C. Portuguese D. Dutch Ans. C Explanation: Bahadurshah ceded Bassein to Nini Da Cunha as he wanted to...

TEST 1: INDIAN HISTORY

1. Among the following revolt which is not from Bengal and Eastern India? a. Kol Rising b. Chuar and Ho Risings c. The Ahom’s Revolt d. Koli Risings 2. With which objective, CR Das...

Test 1: Environment (Previous year)

Previous year paper Which of the following is/are examples of in-situ conservation? Government sets up vulture restaurants. Government sets up captive breeding facilities for vultures. Both A and B Neither A nor B Consider...

Test 1: Indian Polity & Constitution

In which of the following case/s the six rights guaranteed by article 19 can be suspended? External Aggression. Internal Emergency. When Martial Law is in force. 1 only. 2 & 3 only. 1 &...