History Mock Test UGC-NET - Part 12


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  1.  A lot of details regarding the village administration under the Cholas is provided by the inscriptions at ____________.
    1.  Kanchipuram
    2.  Thanjavur
    3.  Uttaramerur
    4.  None of the above

  2. Guru Gobind Singh created ‘Khalsa’ on ______.
    1.  30th March 1689
    2.  13th March 1689
    3.  13th March 1699
    4.  30th March 1699

  3. Who advocated the ‘drain of wealth’ theory?
    1.  Dadabhai Naoroji
    2.  Gandhiji
    3.  Nehru
    4.  Both b & c

  4. Which one of the following pairs of kings of ancient and medieval periods of Indian history and the works authored by them is correctly matched ?
    1.  Bhojadeva : Manasollasa
    2.  Somesvara : Amuktamalyada
    3.  Krishnadevaraya : Samaranganasutradhra
    4.  Mehendravarman : Mattavilasaprahasana

  5. The Buddhist Sect Mahayana formally came into existence during the reign of__________.
    1.  Dharmapala
    2.  Ashoka
    3.  Ajatashatru
    4.  Kanishka

  6. The Simon commission visited India in 1928 during the reign of ______.
    1.  Lord Ripon
    2.  Lord Irwin
    3.  Lord Godwin
    4.  Lord Lyris

  7. Which one of the following processes was used in the manufacture of Harappan seals ?
    1.  Cutting
    2.  Punching
    3.  Casting
    4.  Moulding

  8. English was introduced as medium of instruction in ______.
    1.  1830
    2.  1831
    3.  1812
    4.  1835

  9. Who was known as the father of Local Self Government?
    1.  Lord Curzon
    2.  Lord Lytton
    3.  Lord Ripon
    4.  Lord Godwin

  10. The first meeting of the Constituent Assembly was held on ______.
    1.  6th December, 1946.
    2.  2th December, 1946.
    3.  7th December, 1946.
    4.  9th December, 1946


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