Friday 13 December 2019

CBSE Class 10 - Social Science - History - Chapter: Nationalism in India - Question Bank (2019-20)(#eduvictors)(#class10History)

History - Chapter: Nationalism in India - Question Bank (2019-20)

CBSE Class 10 - Social Science

CBSE Class 10 - Social Science - History - Chapter: Nationalism in India - Question Bank (2019-20)(#eduvictors)(#class10History)

Very Short Answer Type (1 marks) Questions 

1. What do you mean by Satyagraha?

2. At which place congress session of September 1920 held.

3. Who was the leader of the Peasant Movements of Awadh?

4. Under which act the Plantations workers of Assam were not permitted to leave the tea garden?

5. Name the leaders who founded Swaraj Party?

6. At which place did Gandhiji make salt out of sea water?

7. Who wrote 'Hind Swaraj?

8. Which incident forced Gandhiji to halt the Non – cooperation movement?

9. Who led the civil disobedience movement in Peshawar ?

10. Who first created the image of Bharatmata?

11. Who was the leader of the peasants in the Gudem Hills of Andhra Pradesh?

12. Which pact reserved seats for Dalits in the provincial and central legislative assembly?

13. Which political party formed within the congress to argue for return to council elections?

14. Why did Gandhiji begin fast unto death when Dr B. R. Ambedkar demanded separate electorate for Dalits?

15. Name the leaders that formed the Swaraj Party?

16. In which year did Gandhiji decided to launch a nationwide Satyagraha against the Rowlatt Act?

17. In which year was kheda Satyagraha organized?

18. Name the object which was found to be a powerful symbol according to Gandhiji that could unite the nation.

19. Name the place where Non Cooperation movement was called off?

20. When was police fired in united province at peasants near Rae Bareli?

21. In which year Ahmedabad mill worker‟s Satyagraha was organized?

22. Name the rebel leader of tribal people of Andhra Pradesh?

23. Who was M.R. Jayakar?

24. What is Begar?

25. Which name was given by Gandhiji to the Dalits?

26. When and where was the second round Table conference held?

27. What were the effects of non cooperation on the economic front?

28. What were the causes for the gradual slowing down of the Non- co operation movementin the cities?

29. Describe the main events leading to civil disobedience.

30. What did freedom mean to Plantation workers in Assam?

Short Answer Type (3 Marks) Questions 

1. What was the role of women in the civil Disobedience movement?

2. Explain the problems faced in unifying people.

3. Why and how is the identity of a nation symbolized in a Figure?

4. Which political solutions were adopted by Dalits leaders to the problems of their community?

5. Why did the growth of nationalism in the colonies linked to anti colonial movement?

6. Why did the Rich peasant communities become active in the Civil Disobedience Movement?

7. What was the impact of Infamous Jallianwalla Bag incident over Society and British Government?

8. Who gave the slogan “Inquilab – Zindabad”? What do you understand by this slogan?

9. What is separate electorate? Why do you think Gandhiji was against the demand of separate electorate by B R Ambedkar?

10. Why martial law was imposed in Punjab during the month of April in 1919?

11. Why were Indians reacted against Rowlett Act?

12. Mention the features of the flag which was designed by Gandhiji?

13. What were three proposals regarding Non- Cooperation movement, as suggested by Mahatma Gandhi?

14. Can you explain why some congress leaders were reluctant to boycott the council elections of November 1920?

15. Highlight the effects of Non Cooperation movement on the economy of India.

16. What were the methods used by peasants of Awadh to achieve their goal? Explain.

17. Why was the Non Cooperation movement withdrawn by Gandhiji?

18. How was the Civil obedience Movement different from Non Cooperation Movement? State any three points of difference.

19. Highlight the major facts about the new economic situation created by First Word War in India?

20.“Gandhiji saw this as an opportunity to bring Muslims under the umbrella of unified national movement” Can you explain that opportunity.

21. What were the main ideas of Gandhiji behind „Non Co-operation‟?

22. Elaborate the contribution of Allaouri Sita Ram Raju in the nationalist movement of India.

23. Why martial law was imposed in Punjab during the month of April in 1919?

24. Can you explain why some congress leaders were reluctant to boycott the council elections of November 1920?

25. What was the contribution of Natesa Shartri for the revival of folklore and folk tales? What were his views?

26. What was the outcome of the Poona pact? How did it benefit the dalits?

27. Explain the differences that emerged the congress and the Muslim league on Political issues.

28. How did Mahatma Gandhi organize Satyagraha in various places in India ?

29. Explain the factors responsible for the growth of nationalism in the later half of the 19thcentury.

Long Answer Type  Questions 

1. Read the passage and write down the answers of given questions: 
It is said of “passive resistance” that it is the weapon of the weak but the power which is the subject of this article can be used only by the strong. This power is not passive resistance. Indeed it calls for intense activity. The movement in South Africa was not passive but active……..Satyagraha is not physical force. A Satyagrahi does not inflict pain on the adversary; he does not seek his destruction… the use of Satyagraha, there is no ill-will whatever. 

1. Who is this great man who spoke these words?

2. Name two methods used by him during the struggle for independence?

3. What is Satyagraha?

4. For what purpose the Satyagraha was used by the person named by you in South Africa?

5. What is difference between physical force and soul-force?

2. Identify the reasons that why Muslim Political organizations in India were lukewarm in their response to the civil disobedience Movement.

3. Explain the issue behind the Khilafat Movement.

4.Read the passage and write down the answers of given questions: 
On 6 January 1921, the police in United Provinces fired at peasants near Rae Bareli. Jawaharlal Nehru wanted to go to the Place of firing, but was stopped by the police. Agitated and angry, Nehru addressed the peasants who gathered around him. This is how later described the meeting: “they behaved as brave men, clam an unruffled in the face of danger. I do not know how they felt but I know what my feelings were. For a moment my blood was up, non-violence was almost forgotten-but for a moment only. The thought of the great leader, who by God‟s goodness has been sent to lead us to victory, came to me, and I saw the kisans seated and standing near me, less excited, more peaceful than I was-and the moment of weakness passed, I spoke to them in all humanity on non-violence-I needed the lesson more than they heeded me and peacefully dispersed.” 

Quoted in Sarvapalli Gopal, Jawaharlal Nehru: A Biography, Vol.1. 

1. Name the Movement during which the police in the united province fired at the peasants.

2. Name the leader about which Jawaharlal Nehru is talking about.

3. Name the weapons used by the leaders during National Movement for independence.

4. What was Nehru‟s feeling and how did he change them?

5. What is source of the above passage? 5. How did the revival of Indians folklore develop the ideas of Nationalism among Indians? Explain.

6. “Ideas of nationalism also developed through a movement to revive Indian folklore?

7. Can you identify the different limitations of Civil Disobedience Movement?

8. How the plantation workers of Assam understand Mahatma Gandhiji and the notion of swaraj?

9. Explain the contribution of Gandhiji to uplift the position of Untouchables in the society?

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