Nationalism in India MCQs Mock Test 10th Class S.St.

Welcome to your Nationalism in India MCQs Mock Test 10th Class S.St.

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Q1. When did the infamous Jallianwalla Bagh incident take place?
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Q2. Which British officer open- fired at the Jallianwala Bagh congregation ?
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Q3. When and where was the Khilafat Committee formed?
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Q4. What actions were taken during the Non Cooperation Movement ?
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Q5. Which two muslim brothers supported the movement along with Gandhi?
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Q6. When did the Non-Cooperation-Khilafat Movement begin?
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Q7. What were the effects of the Non Cooperation movement On the economic front?
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Q8. What is the meaning of picket?
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Q9. Why did the movement slow down?
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Q10. What was the ‘begar’ system?
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Q11. What was the Inland Emigration Act of 1859 about?
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Q12. When was the Non cooperation movement halted by Mahatma Gandhi and why?
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Q13. Why was the Simon Commission set up by the British?
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Q14. When did the Simon Commission arrive in India and how was it received by the Indians?
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Q15. Who announced a ‘Dominion Status” for India and when?
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Q16. When did the Lahore Congress, under the presidency of Jawaharlal Nehru, formalise the demand of ‘Purna Swaraj’ or full independence for India?
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Q17. What was the cause of the Salt March by Gandhi and his companions?
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Q18. What happened when Abdul Ghaffar Khan, a devout disciple of Mahatma Gandhi, was arrested in April 1930?
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Q19. What happened according to the Gandhi-Irwin pact of 1931?
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Q20. Was the Round Table Conference in London successful for Gandhi?
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Q21. Who were the leaders of the HSRA (Hindustan Socialist Republican Army) formed in 1928?
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Q22. In April 1929, who threw a bomb in the Legislative Assembly?
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Q23. Which organizations did the Indian merchants and industrialists form to organise business interests in India?
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Q24. What was the motive of these business organizations?
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Q25. Who organised the dalits into the Depressed Classes Association in 1930?
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Q26. Did the British government agree with Ambedkar’s demand for separate electorates for dalits?
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Q27. What important difference had occurred between Congress and the Muslim League in the late 1920s?
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Q28. Muhammad Ali Jinnah , was willing to give up the demand for separate electorates, if ……………………
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Q29. Who painted the famous image of Bharat Mata in 1905?
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Q30. Who wrote Vande Mataram ?
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Q31. Which famous writer from Bengal led the movement for folklore as part of Nationalism?
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Q32. Who believed that folklore was national literature; it was ‘the most trustworthy manifestation of people’s real thoughts and characteristics’.
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Q33. During the Swadeshi movement in Bengal, a tricolour flag was designed, which three colors were used?
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Q34. The flag had 8 lotuses on it , what did they represent?
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Q35. What did the Crescent moon on the flag represent?
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Q36. What was the design of the Swaraj Flag created by Gandhi in 1921?
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Q37. What was the significance of the spinning wheel in the Flag created by Gandhi?
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Q38. Which was the other way of creating the feeling of Nationalism in the people?
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Q39. What image had the Britishers created of the Indians?
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Q40. What did the Indians do in response to this image?
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Q41. When did the Quit India movement take place?
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Q42. What was the resolution of the Quit India Movement?
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Q43. On 8 August 1942 in Bombay, the All India Congress Committee endorsed the resolution which called for a ………………mass struggle on the widest possible scale.
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Q44. It was on this occasion ( ref q47) that Gandhiji delivered the famous………….. speech.
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Q45. What sort of actions were taken by the people during the Quit India movement?
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Q46. How long did it take the British to suppress the movement?
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Q47. When did Mahatma Gandhi return to India from South Africa?
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Q48. What did the idea of Satyagraha emphasise ?
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Q49. Which areas did Gandhi organise the satyagraha?
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Q50. What was the Rowlatt Act of 1919?

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