Tuesday, 11 June 2019

CBSE Class 10 - History - Nationalism in India (MCQs)(#eduvictors)(#class10History)

Nationalism in India 

(MCQs)
CBSE Class 10 - History - Nationalism in India (MCQs)(#eduvictors)(#class10History)



Q1: Why did Gandhiji travel to Champaran?

 (a) To meet his relatives   
(b) To launch a Satyagraha against the Indigo planters
 (c)  To help the mill workers of Champaran 
(d) To organise a rally


Q2: In which session of the Indian National Congress was the non-cooperation movement adopted?

    (a) Nagpur Session of December 1927
    (b) Nagpur Session of December 1920
    (c) Kolkata Session of December 1928
    (d) Lahore Session of December 1920


Q3: Which act gave the government the power to detain political prisoners without trial for up to two years.



 (a) Rowlatt Act 1919   
(b) Government of India Act 1919   
(c) Rowlatt Act 1920  
(d) Emigration Act  of 1859     


Q4: Who was Alluri Sitaram Raju?

 (a) Leader of a Militant Guerrilla movement.   
(b) A leader of the Indian National Congress
 (c) A peasant                          
(d) An officer in the British government


Q5: Oudh Kisan Sabha was set up by:

 (a) Mahatma Gandhi  
(b) Nehru   
(c) Nehru & Baba Ramchandra   
(d) Sardar Patel


Q6: When did the Jallianwalla bagh massacre take place:

  (a) 1918  
  (b) 1919  
(c) 1920    
(d) 1921


Q7: Dandi March was undertaken to protest against:

(a) The Salt Tax   
  (b) protest against Rowlatt Act  
(c) To protest against Indigo tax
  (d) launched Quit   India Movement


Q8: The Non-Cooperation movement due to:

  (a) Chauri Chaura incident  
  (b) Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre   
(c) All of the above   
(d) Lahore incident 


Q9: Why did the Indians oppose the Simon Commission?

    (a) It did not want to give power to Indians    
(b) It had no Indian Members 
  (c) It has mixed  Member      
(d) None of this



Q10: Satyagraha means:

    (a) Fight against injustice   
(b) Complete independence  
(c) following the path of non-violence
    (d) All the above


Answers:
(1) b,
(2) d, 
(3) a, 
(4) c, 
(5) c, 
(6) b, 
(7) a, 
(8) a,
(9) b,

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