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UPSC EXAM—HISTORY 2


TEST PAPER -- II

MORDEN INDIAN HISTORY – EMINENT NATIONAL LEADERS OF INDIA

The following is an effort for extending a helping hand towards UPSC aspirants. This is a set of a model test paper. The questions are based on a particular topic that has been mentioned above. These are multiple choice questions as are asked in the UPSC exam. These questions are also helpful for the other competitive exams held in the country from time to time. The students are required to answer them based on the best of their knowledge and ability. The questions include some very easy, easy, hard and very hard queries on the particular topic. It is hoped that students will find this test engaging. The answers to these questions will be provided in next post, along with a new test.

1.    Rammohan Roy was born in a ………………. family.
a. Brahmin
b.    Kshtraiya
c.    Vaishya
d.    Shudra
2.    Which of the following is incorrect about Rammohan Roy?
a.    He denounced the caste system.
b.    He worked for the abolition for Sati.
c.    He demanded a responsible government.
d.    He demanded wide-ranging administrative reforms.
3.    Who among the following is remembered as the Grand Old Man of India?
a.    Rammohan Roy
b.    Dadabhai Naoroji
c.    Gopal Krishna Gokhle
d.    Bal Gangadhar Tilak
4.    Gopal Krishna Gokhle was born at
a.    Kanpur
b.    Nagpur
c.    Kolhapur
d.    Mumbai
5.    Bal Gangadhar Tilak had a degree in
a.    Arts
b.    Commerce
c.    Science
d.    Law
6.    Who among the following openly declared, “Swaraj is my birth right, and I shall have it?”
a.    Rammohan Roy
b.    Dadabhai Naoroji
c.    Gopal Krishna Gokhle
d.    Bal Gangadhar Tilak
7.    He was associated in the foundation of D. A. V. College, Lahore. Who was he?
a.    Mahatma Gandhi
b.    M. A. Jihnna
c.    Lala Lajpat Rai
d.    Moti Lal Nehru
8.    Who among the following started the Gram Udyog Sangh (Village Industries Association), the Talimi Sangh (Basic Education Society) and the Cow protection Association?
a.    Mahatma Gandhi
b.    M. A. Jihnna
c.    Lala Lajpat Rai
d.    Moti Lal Nehru
9.    He made his first appearance at the Congress platform as a delegate to the Bankipore session in 1912. Who was he?
a.    Tilak
b.    Moti Lal Nehru
c.    Jawahar Lal Nehru
d.    Neta Ji
10.  Who among the following have presided over the All India Science Congress several times?
a.    Tilak
b.    Moti Lal Nehru
c.    Jawahar Lal Nehru
d.    Neta Ji


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