Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs) on Modern Indian History /History of modern India

Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs) on Modern Indian History /History of modern India

 we know how important role "Modern Indian History" plays when it comes to competitive examination like SSC. So, we have compiled a few important questions based on the history of modern India. 

Q. In what way did the early nationalists undermine the moral foundations of the British rule with great success?

A. By their agitation for Constitutional reforms

B. By advocating open revolt

C. By seeking foreign help against the British

D. By seeking the support of the Indians living abroad

Ans: A

Q. Which one of the following is considered the Magna Carta of the Indian people?

A.The Government of India Act, 1858

B. The Ilbert Bill

C. Indian Councils Act of 1892

D. Queen Victoria's Proclamation

Ans: D

Q. Which of the following newspaper was started by  Annie Besant?

A. The Hindu

B. Indian Express

C. The Times of India

D. New India

Ans: D

 Q. Who among the following was the real founder of the Aligarh Muslim University?

A. Nawab Salimullah

B. Syed Ahmad Khan

C. Abul Kalam Azad

D. Muhhammed Ali Jinnah

Ans: B

Q. Which of the following statement is incorrect about the Act of 1919?

A. British India must an integral part of the British Empire.

B. Responsible government would be realised only by progressive stages.

C. Provincial subjects were classified into reserved subjects & transferred subjects.

D. The salary of the Secretary of State for India was drawn out of the revenues of Indian government.

Ans: D

Q. Which of the following events inspired for the formation of the Home Rule Leagues? 

A. First World War

B.  Just before the First World War

C. After the First World War

D.  After the passing of the Act of 1909

Ans: A

Q. Which of the following leader was not associated with extremist leadership of Indian National Congress?

A. Lokmanya Tilak

B.  Aurobindo Ghosh

C.  Lala Lajpat Rai

D.  A. O. Hume

Ans: D

Q. Which of the following provision is a part of the Government of India Act of 1919?

A. Transfer of power to the Indians

B. The enlargement of the Viceroy's Executive Council

C. Remodelling of the Central legislature

D.  Doing away with the distinction between the regulation and non-regulation provinces

Ans: A

Q.When was the famous Resolution on non-cooperation under the inspiration of Mahatma Gandhi was adopted in a special session of the Congress held in Calcutta?  

A.  September, 1920

B. December, 1922

C. October, 1924

D. November, 1925


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