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All India PT Mock Test (OMR Based) Across 20 Cities

will be conducted on 20th May, 2018. Click here for Test Schedule & Online admission.

Test Center List:

  1. Delhi
  2. Jammu
  3. Chandigarh
  4. Ahmedabad
  5. Bhopal
  6. Lucknow
  7. Allahabad
  8. Patna
  9. Ranchi
  10. Kolkata
  11. Bhubaneswar
  12. Raipur
  13. Jaipur
  14. Mumbai
  15. Pune
  16. Nagpur
  17. Hyderabad
  18. Chennai
  19. Coimbatore
  20. Bengaluru

Modern History Test - 11

Que.1

Which of the following Acts were passed by the Britishers to repress Swadeshi Movement?
1.Seditious Meetings Act
2.Criminal Law (Amendment Act)
3.Carlyle Circular
4.Explosive Substances Act
Codes:

 

A.

1, 2 and 4

B.

2, 3 and 4

C.

1 and 4

D.

1 and 2

Que.2

Consider the following statements related to Royal Indian Navy Mutiny:
1.The mutiny started to protest against the hardships regarding pay, food and racial discrimination.
2.The revolt started in Karachi and then moved to other ports, Mumbai and Kolkata
3.The mutiny was ended by intervention of Gandhiji.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

 

A.

Only 1

B.

Only 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.3

Consider the following statements related to Coinage and Rupees during British era:
1.Each of the three presidencies of the British East India Company (Bengal, Bombay and Madras) issued their own coinage till revolt of 1857.
2.The coins issued used to bore the portrait of Queen Victoria.
3.Paper money in the form of a 10-rupee note was first issued by the Bank of Hindustan.
Which of the above statements are correct?

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.4

During British period which the following steps were taken to fight the Famine?
1. Famine Code was developed.
2. There was an emphasis on development of "Moral Strategy", distribution of advances and loans to the peasants.
3. Famine Commissioner was appointed in the famine affected provinces.
Which of the above statements are correct?

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.5

Which of the following were the main reasons for Battle of Plassey?
1.Black hole tragedy
2.Issue of dastak
3.Weak Mughal empire
Codes:

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.6

Consider the following statements related to British policy of "ring fence":
1.Ring Fence policy was initiated by Warren Hastings against the Marathas and Mysore.
2.It aimed at creating buffer zones to defend the Company's frontiers.
3.It aimed at capturing the important ports of India to maintain sea power.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

 

A.

Only 2

B.

Only 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

1 and 2

Que.7

What were the benefits of Subsidiary Alliance to Britishers?
1.It increased the military strength of the Company in India at the expense of the protected states.
2.Employment of Indian soldiers increased in the Army thus their loyalty towards Britishers also increased.
3.The territories of the Company were free from the ravages of war.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
Codes:

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.8

Consider the following statements related to Sanyasi Rebellion:
1.It was started against the legalization of cow slaughter by Britishers.
2.Under this the Hindu and Muslim ascetics stood up against the oppressive tax collection.
3.The novel Anandmath is based on the background of Sanyassi Rebellion.
Which of the above statements are correct?

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.9

Which of the following is/are not a feature of Quit India Movement?
1.Public on rampage
2.Parallel governments
3.Underground radio activity
4.Picketing of shops
Codes:

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

Only 4

D.

Only 2

Que.10

Which among the following is/are associated with Mahatama Gandhi?
1. Natal Indian Congress
2. Indian Ambulance Core
3. Tolstoy Farm
Codes:

 

A.

Only 3

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

1, 2 and 3

Que.11

Consider the following statements about changes introduced in the Congress during the Non-Cooperation Movement:
1. Working Committee of fifteen members were constituted to look after its day-to-day affairs.
2. Formation of Provincial Congress Committees on the linguistic basis was disbanded.
3. To deepen the reach of Congress to the village and the mohalla, village and mohalla or ward committees were formed. 
Which of the statements given above are correct?

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.12

Consider the following centers of parallel governments and their leaders during the Quit India Movement:
1. Ballia     –     Chittu Pande
2. Satara    –       Nana Patil
3. Tamluk   –     Satish Mukherjee
Which of the above pairs is/are correct?

 

A.

Only 1

B.

1 and 2

C.

2 and 3

D.

1, 2 and 3

Que.13

Which of the following combinations with regard to the five nominees of the Muslim League in the interim government is correct?

 

A.

Liaqat Ali Khan, Abdul Rab Nashtar, I.Chunrigar, Ghazanfar Ali Khan, Jogender Nath Mandal.

B.

Liaqat Ali Khan, Syed Ali Zaheer, I.Chunrigar, Ghazanfar Ali Khan, Jogender Nath Mandal.

C.

Liaqat Ali Khan, John Methai, Abdul Rab Nashtar, Ghazanfar Ali Khan, Jogender Nath Mandal.

D.

Liaqat Ali Khan, Shafat Ali Khan, Ghazanfar Ali Khan, Jogender Nath Mandal,  Sardar Baldev Singh.

Que.14

Consider the following statements:
1.The British government appointed the two Boundary commissions which arranged the partition of the Punjab and Bengal.
2.Sir Radcliff was the chairman of both these Commissions.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

 

A.

Only 1

B.

Only 2

C.

Both

D.

None

Que.15

The Court of Directors did not approve Dalhousie's proposal for the annexation of Karauli in Rajputana, on the ground that:

 

A.

It was a dependent state.

B.

It was a protected state.

C.

It was a subordinate state.

D.

It was an independent state.

Que.16

The three important forms of Satyagraha are:

 

A.

Boycott, Civil Disobedience and Rebellion.

B.

Non Co-operation, Civil Disobedience and Boycott.

C.

Non-Cooperation, Revolution and Referendum.

D.

Revolution, Plebiscite and Boycott.

Que.17

Place the following events in the chronological order:
1. Gandhi-Jinnah talks
2. Naval mutiny
3. INA trails
Codes:

 

A.

1-2-3

B.

2-1-3

C.

1-3-2

D.

3-1-2

Que.18

Consider the following statements about the Home Rule Movement:
1. It was made on a wholly secular basis.
2. It created a generation of ardent nationalists.
3.It also created organizational links between town and country.
Which of the above statements are correct?

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Que.19

Consider the following statements related to Salt tax in India:
1. It was introduced by Britishers for the first time in India.
2. The issue of Salt tax was firstly raised by Gandhiji in Indian National Congress Session.
3. Salt tax was repealed when J. L. Nehru became the Prime Minister of the Interim Government.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

 

A.

Only 1

B.

Only 3

C.

1 and 2

D.

All

Que.20

In 1921, the Chamber of Princes was created:

 

A.

To enable the Princes to meet and discuss matters of common interest under British guidance.

B.

To enable the Princes to meet and discuss matters of common interest under Congress guidance.

C.

To create free Princely territories.

D.

None of the above

Que.21

Which of the following statements regarding the society during Gupta period is/are true?
1.Sati was practiced during Gupta period.
2.Caste system was not rigid and well defined during Gupta age.
3.Buddhism received royal patronage in the Gupta period.
Codes:

 

A.

1, 2 and 3

B.

Only 1

C.

Only 2

D.

2 and 3

Que.22

Consider the following statements in context of British conquest of Bengal:
1.Both Battle of Plassey (1757) and Battle of Buxar (1764) were won by the British by conspiracy.
2.The battle of Buxar was fought between the British and an alliance formed by Mir Qasim, Shah Alam II and Nawab of Awadh, Shuja-ud-Daula.
Which of the above statements is/are correct:

 

A.

Only 1

B.

Only 2

C.

Both

D.

None

Que.23

Choose the correct statement(s) in context of the dual government of Bengal:
1.The dual government in Bengal was established by Robert Clive in 1765 while the system was put to an end by Warren Hastings in 1772.
2.In dual system of government, the diwani rights were held by the British while nizamat rights were given to the Nawab.
3.With the dual government, the company acquired all the power as well as responsibility of administration.
Codes:

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

1 and 3

C.

2 and 3

D.

1, 2 and 3

Que.24

Consider the following statements in context of Dutch East India Company:
1.Dutch East India Company was mainly focused on the spice trade in East Indies with India merely serving as a link in the commercial chain.
2.It established its earliest factory at Pulicat.
3.They lost all their possessions in India to British East India Company.
Which of the above statements are correct?

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

1 and 3

C.

2 and 3

D.

1, 2 and 3

Que.25

Which of the following statements are correct about Kalamezhuthu?
1. It is a ritualistic art of state of Tamil Nadu.
2. The coloured powders used for this are prepared from natural products only. 
3. It has the elements of tribal and Dravidian cultures. 
Codes:

 

A.

1 and 2

B.

2 and 3

C.

1 and 3

D.

All

Rank List

 
Rank
Name
Marks Obtained
priyosapam meitei
1
priyosapam meitei
50.00
mahesh
3
mahesh
40.68
nikita
5
nikita
34.80
Harjeet
7
Harjeet
31.38
Anurag
9
Anurag
29.38
priyatham chilakapati
11
priyatham chilakapati
28.72
Shrilekha Gadbail
13
Shrilekha Gadbail
28.72
prudhvi raj
15
prudhvi raj
27.36
MOHAMMED JAFFER
17
MOHAMMED JAFFER
26.04
mahesh
19
mahesh
26.04
sarbajeet
21
sarbajeet
25.38
mahitosh maheep
23
mahitosh maheep
24.72
anirudh
25
anirudh
24.06
parth kurariya
27
parth kurariya
22.06
chinmay krovvidi
29
chinmay krovvidi
20.72
Kiran
31
Kiran
20.72
Jasmine
33
Jasmine
20.06
Vivek Bharati
35
Vivek Bharati
19.38
HABIL ANSARY
37
HABIL ANSARY
18.74
ANSHUWAN
39
ANSHUWAN
18.74
samipmohan
41
samipmohan
18.72
Happy Learner
43
Happy Learner
18.08
shreya mishra
45
shreya mishra
16.74
Nihar jyoti gogoi
47
Nihar jyoti gogoi
15.42
ashish
49
ashish
14.74
Nag
51
Nag
14.74
Siddartha Swamy
53
Siddartha Swamy
14.72
ashwini
55
ashwini
13.40
ankit khedkar
57
ankit khedkar
13.40
Ramnaresh
59
Ramnaresh
12.76
MANISH SINGH
61
MANISH SINGH
12.08
Priyadharshini S
63
Priyadharshini S
11.38
vinod kumar
65
vinod kumar
10.72
Imran khan
67
Imran khan
10.10
SUPRADEEP
69
SUPRADEEP
10.08
vidya
71
vidya
9.38
Sachin singh
73
Sachin singh
8.76
Naveen Kumar Verma
75
Naveen Kumar Verma
8.10
Rohit Raj
77
Rohit Raj
8.06
Ashwin
79
Ashwin
8.04
KETAN
81
KETAN
8.04
Harjeet Singh Bhatia
83
Harjeet Singh Bhatia
7.44
Shrilekha suresh gadbail
85
Shrilekha suresh gadbail
7.44
Kumar Vishal
87
Kumar Vishal
6.72
Karthikeyan
89
Karthikeyan
6.10
Dibyojyoti chatterje
91
Dibyojyoti chatterje
6.10
Balaji Andhare
93
Balaji Andhare
5.44
kowsalya
95
kowsalya
5.42
AMIT KUMAR
97
AMIT KUMAR
4.76
joseph prashanth
99
joseph prashanth
4.76
NEELANJAY SARKAR
101
NEELANJAY SARKAR
4.72
Ravi
103
Ravi
4.68
ankita
105
ankita
4.00
Pratik
107
Pratik
3.38
zeeshan aamir
109
zeeshan aamir
3.36
sumit
111
sumit
2.10
Mohit
113
Mohit
2.08
pro
115
pro
2.00
akash chaudhary
117
akash chaudhary
1.34
sruthiavn
119
sruthiavn
0.70
Junaid Rahman
121
Junaid Rahman
0.02
jaya saha
123
jaya saha
0.00
mohd haseen
125
mohd haseen
0.00
siddappa
127
siddappa
0.00
PKM
129
PKM
0.00
sheik
131
sheik
0.00
ram pratap kumar
133
ram pratap kumar
0.00
ravindra
135
ravindra
0.00
rajeev
137
rajeev
0.00
Prasada Rao
139
Prasada Rao
0.00
Rajarshi Majumder
141
Rajarshi Majumder
0.00
Abhishek K
143
Abhishek K
0.00
ARUL MOZHI
145
ARUL MOZHI
0.00
aashishjosephdavis
147
aashishjosephdavis
0.00
CHANDRA PRAKASH
149
CHANDRA PRAKASH
0.00
Aloke Kumar Saha
151
Aloke Kumar Saha
0.00
perinbam A
153
perinbam A
0.00
Priyadarshini
155
Priyadarshini
0.00
YASHWANT
157
YASHWANT
0.00
Abhinav
159
Abhinav
0.00
bhupendre
161
bhupendre
0.00
anjani
163
anjani
0.00
Venkatraman
165
Venkatraman
0.00
Sumit Machra
167
Sumit Machra
0.00
Tejaswi
169
Tejaswi
0.00
S PANDIYARAJAN
171
S PANDIYARAJAN
0.00
Narasimha Sandeep
173
Narasimha Sandeep
0.00
Ankush Bansal
175
Ankush Bansal
0.00
jijo
177
jijo
0.00
Manjunath
179
Manjunath
0.00
gowtham
181
gowtham
0.00
subhadeep
183
subhadeep
0.00
harisha
185
harisha
0.00
ISHA
187
ISHA
0.00
Surya Kumar Shukla
189
Surya Kumar Shukla
0.00
aakash kumar
191
aakash kumar
0.00
Lovejot
193
Lovejot
0.00
SARAH NASREEN
195
SARAH NASREEN
0.00
AMANULLAH TAK
197
AMANULLAH TAK
0.00
Harsh Kushwaha
199
Harsh Kushwaha
0.00
anjibabu
201
anjibabu
0.00
Trishee Goyal
203
Trishee Goyal
0.00
Hani jassal
205
Hani jassal
0.00
Anjali Pandey
207
Anjali Pandey
0.00
Rajesh Kumar Samal
209
Rajesh Kumar Samal
0.00
sathishkumar
211
sathishkumar
0.00
armaan
213
armaan
0.00
ruchi
215
ruchi
0.00
imran
217
imran
0.00
nitin
219
nitin
0.00
shiva
221
shiva
0.00
Bhavesh
223
Bhavesh
0.00
Aju K Raju
225
Aju K Raju
0.00
 V SIVA NAIK
227
V SIVA NAIK
0.00
Jeevaraj Radhakrishnan
229
Jeevaraj Radhakrishnan
0.00
ChanduReddy
231
ChanduReddy
0.00
Burad ANIL
233
Burad ANIL
0.00
anamika
235
anamika
0.00
Rohit
237
Rohit
0.00
sai swaroop
239
sai swaroop
0.00
UDIT NARAYAN PANIGRAHI
241
UDIT NARAYAN PANIGRAHI
0.00
karthikeyan
243
karthikeyan
0.00
Santhosh
245
Santhosh
0.00
Karthi
247
Karthi
0.00
mvssp
249
mvssp
0.00
Satish Kumar
251
Satish Kumar
0.00
jadeja pruthvirajsinh
253
jadeja pruthvirajsinh
0.00
Chirag madan
255
Chirag madan
0.00
rahul gautam
257
rahul gautam
0.00
anil
259
anil
0.00
Jyoti Sharma
261
Jyoti Sharma
0.00
aditya kumar jha
263
aditya kumar jha
0.00
RATIKANTA  PRADHAN
265
RATIKANTA PRADHAN
0.00
jathavi
267
jathavi
0.00
V D Srikar
269
V D Srikar
0.00
ranjit kumar
271
ranjit kumar
0.00
M Show kath
273
M Show kath
0.00
MALLESWARI NAGIDI
275
MALLESWARI NAGIDI
0.00
Swati
277
Swati
0.00
Pauras
279
Pauras
0.00
shailesh
281
shailesh
-0.60
Yatindra
283
Yatindra
-0.66
Tarunkumar
285
Tarunkumar
-0.66
ada
287
ada
-1.98
Ram Prakash Agrahari
289
Ram Prakash Agrahari
-3.88
Arjun
291
Arjun
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