Mcqs on Indian national movement

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Here are the best Mcqs on Indian national movement. Before going to do these mcqs lets get to know about Indian national movement. The Indian national movement was a political and social campaign aimed at achieving independence for India from British colonial rule. Spanning from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century, the movement was characterized by a series of protests, acts of civil disobedience, and political negotiations. Led by figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Sardar Patel, the movement was fueled by a desire for self-governance and a rejection of foreign rule. The movement also aimed to unite the diverse population of India and promote social and economic equality. The Indian national movement ultimately led to India’s independence in 1947 and the formation of the Republic of India. These Mcqs on Indian national movement will delve into the history, key figures, and significant events of the Indian national movement and its impact on the nation

Mcqs on Indian national movement

Q1. Which one of the following upheavals took place in  Bengal immediately after the Revolt of 1857? 

(A) Sanyasi 

(B) Santhal Rebellion  

(C) Indigo revolt

(D) Pabna Disturbances

(C) Indigo revolt

Q2. The Indigo Rebellion was about   

(A) the peasant not wanting to grow indigo but being  forced  

(B) the peasant wanting to grow indigo but being forced not to   

(C) the peasant not wanting to grow indigo but being  forced to grow at a price that was unacceptable 

(D) a protest movement that carried and indigo-coloured flag

(C) the peasant not wanting to grow indigo but being  forced to grow at a price that was unacceptable

Q3. Who is the author of book ‘Neel Darpan’ written on the miserable conditions of Indigo farmers

(a) Dinabandhu Mitra

(b) Bankim Chandra Chatterji

(c) Sharat Chandra Chatterji  

(d) Rabindranath Tagore

(a) Dinabandhu Mitra

Q4. Who among the following made ‘Sanyasi Rebellion’  famous through his writings? 

(a) Din Bandhu Mitra

(b) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

(c) Sisir Kumar Ghosh

(d) Harish Chandra

(b) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

Q5. Who was the composer of the s koong ‘Vande Mataram’?

(a) Rabindra Nath Tagore

(b) Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

(c) Sarojini Naidu

(d) Bankimchandra Chatterjee

(d) Bankimchandra Chatterjee.

Q6. The theme of Bankim Chandra Chatterjee’s famous  novel ‘Anand Math’ is based on  

(a) Chuar revolt  

(b) Rangpur and Dinajpur revolt

(c) Vishnupur and Veerbhumi revolt

(d) Sanyasi revolt

(d) Sanyasi revolt

Q7. Kuka Movement was founded in   

(a) Bengal

(b) Bihar

(c) Punjab

(d) Maharashtra

(c) Punjab

Q8. Kuka Movement was organised by  

(a) Guru Ram Das 

(b) Guru Nanak  

(c) Guru Ram Singh

(d) Guru Gobind Singh

(c) Guru Ram Singh

Q9. Who led the Santhal rebellion? 

(a) Jaipal Singh 

(b) Master Tara Singh  

(c) Shibu Soren 

(d) Siddhu and Kanhu

(d) Siddhu and Kanhu

Q10. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer  from the codes given below :

  List-I  List-II   

     (Tribes)                    (State)  

A. Santhals                i. Tamil  Nadu  

B. Bhil                       ii. Andaman and Nicobar  C. Toda                    iii. Jharkhand  

D. Jarawas              iv. Rajasthan   

Codes :    A     B     C    D  

           (a) iv     iii     ii     i  

           (b) iii     iv     i     ii  

           (c) i       ii     iii    iv  

           (d) ii     iii      i     iv

(b) iii     iv     i     ii

Q11. Which tribal leader is known as ‘Dharti Aaba’ (Father  of World)?

(a) Jiraiya Bhagat 

(b) Kanu Sanyal  

(c) Roop Nayak 

(d) Birsa Munda

(d) Birsa Munda

Q12. Who was the leader of Munda Revolt? 

(a) Siddhu 

(b) Birsa

(c) Kanhu

(d) Tilka Manjhi

(b) Birsa

Q13. Consider the following events:

1. Indigo Revolt  2. Santhal Rebellion   

3. Deccan Riot   4. Mutiny of the Sepoys  

The correct chronological sequence of these events is:

(a) 4, 2, 1, 3 

(b) 4, 2, 3, 1 

(c) 2, 4, 3, 1 

(d) 2, 4, 1, 3

(d) 2, 4, 1, 3

Q14. Moplah revolt of 1921 took place in  

(a) Kashmir 

(b) Bengal

(c) Kerala

(d) Assam

(c) Kerala

Q15. The following popular movements occurred after 1857 :

1. Santhal Rebellion 

 2. Indigo Revolt  

3. Deccan Agriculturists Riots  

4. Birsa Munda Uprising  

Select the correct answer:

(a) 1, 2, 3 

(b) 2, 3, 4

(c) 1, 2, 4 

(d) 1, 3, 4

(b) 2, 3, 4

Q16. Where was the first Madrasa set up by the British in India?

(a) Madras 

(b) Bombay  

(c) Aligarh 

(d) Calcutta

(d) Calcutta

Q17. The Asiatic Society of Bengal was founded by   

(a) Sir William Jones

(b) Wilkins  

(c) Max Muller 

(d) James Prinsep

(a) Sir William Jones

Q18. Who established the Fort William College at Calcutta? 

(a) Sir William Jones

(b) Wilkins  

(c) Max Muller 

(d) Wellesley

(d) Wellesley

Q19. Who amongst the following Englishmen, first  translated Bhagavad-Gita into English?

(a) William Jones  

(b) Charles Wilkins 

(c) Alexander Cunningham  

(d) John Marshall

(b) Charles Wilkins

Q20. Who among the following was the first to translate  Kalidasa’s famous work ‘Shakuntala’ into English?  

(a) Charles Wilkins  

(b) Henry Colebrooke   

(c) Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 

(d) Sir William Jones

(d) Sir William Jones

Q21. Which of the following led to the introduction of  English Education in India?

(a) Charter Act of 1813 

(b) General Committee of Public Instruction 1823  

(c) Orientalist and Anglicist Controversy

(d) All of the above

(d) All of the above

Q22. Charles Wood’s Despatch was related with which of  the following?

(a) Education

(b)  Trade  

(c) Administrative Reforms  

(d)  Military Reforms

(a) Education

Q23. Who has appointed the First Indian Education  Commission and in which year?   (a) Lord Ripon in 1882

(b) Lord William Wedderburn in 1885  

(c) Lord Curzon in 1905  

(d) Lord Lytton in 1880

(a) Lord Ripon in 1882

Q24. The first Education Commission in India was the Hunter  Commission which was established by Lord Ripon in 1882  under the chairmanship of Sir William Hunter, special emphasis  was laid on the development of:

(a) Girls education 

(b) Higher education  

(c) Primary education

(d) Technical education

(c) Primary education

Q25. Sadler Commission was related to:

(a) Judiciary 

(b) Revenue Administration

(c)  Education

(d)  Police Administration

(c)  Education

Q26. William Bentinck appointed a committee headed by Lord  Macaulay to make recommendations for the promotion of

(a) Military reforms  

(b) Abolishment of Sati  

(c)  English education

(d)  Permanent settlement

(c)  English education

Q27. The foundation of the modern educational system in  India was laid by:   

(a) The Charter Act of 1813  

(b)  Macaulay’s Minutes of 1835

(c)  The Hunter Commission of 1882  

(d)  Woods Dispatch of 1854

(b)  Macaulay’s Minutes of 1835

Q28. Magna Carta of the Indian education system which was laid  down on the Despatch of Charles Wood, established  three Universities at Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay  respectively on the model of London University in the year_____

(a) 1857

(b) 1881  

(c) 1885 

(d) 1905

(a) 1857

Q29. The establishment of the first Women’s University in  Mumbai was the result of the effort of  

(a) Dayaram Gidumal 

(b) D.K. Karve

(c) M.G. Ranade 

(d) Ramabai

(b) D.K. Karve

Q30. In collaboration with David Hare and Alexander Duff ,  who of the following established Hindu College at  Calcutta?

(a) Henry Louis Vivian Derozio  

(b) Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar 

(c) Keshab Chandra Sen 

(d) Raja Ram Mohan Roy

(d) Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Q31. Which of the following was established first?

(a) Hindu College, Calcutta

(b) Delhi College  

(c) Mayo College  

(d) Muslim-Anglo Oriental College

(a) Hindu College, Calcutta

Q32. Mayo College was established in

(a) Delhi

(b) Calcutta

(c) Ajmer

(d) Aligarh

(c) Ajmer

Q33. Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh was  founded in which of the following years?

(a) 1876 

(b) 1891  

(c) 1875

(d) 1874

(c) 1875

Q34. Who was the following laid the foundation stone of  Banaras Hindu University:

(a) Madan Mohan Malviya  

(b) Maharaja Vibhuti Narain Singh  

(c) Annie Besant

(d) Lord Hardinge

(d) Lord Hardinge

Q35. Which one of the following was the first to be declared  as  Central University?

(a) Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh  

(b) Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow  (c) Banaras Hindu University of  Varanasi 

(d) University of Allahabad

(c) Banaras Hindu University of  Varanasi

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