History Mock Test UGC-NET - Part 6


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  1.  What was the real name of Chanakya ?
    1.  Ramtanu Mishra
    2.  Vishisht
    3.  Kautilya
    4.  Bishnu Gupta

  2.  When Goa was captured by Portuguese ?
    1.  1515 AD
    2.  1450 AD
    3.  1430 AD
    4.  1510 AD

  3. The foundation of modern education system in India was laid by ______.
    1.  Macaulay's Minutes of 1835
    2.  Wood's Despatch of 1854
    3.  The Charter Act of 1813
    4.  The Hunter Commission of 1882

  4. The earliest rock cut caves in western India are those at ___________.
    1.  Junnar, Kalyan and Pitalkhora
    2.  Bhaja, Pitalkhora and Kondane
    3.  Ajanta, Bhaja and Kondane
    4.  Nasik, Ellora and Ajanta

  5. The most common materials used for the Harappan stone sculptures are ____________.
    1.  granite
    2.  Hard stone and white marble
    3.  Hard stone
    4.  soft limestone and steatite

  6. Which among the following was the first municipal corporation set up in India in the year 1687 ?
    1.  Bombay Municipal Corporation
    2.  Madras Municipal Corporation
    3.  Delhi Municipal Corporation
    4.  Calcutta Municipal Corporation

  7. The last in succession of Jaina Tirthankaras was __________.
    1.  Mahavira
    2.  Manisubrata
    3.  Rishabha
    4.  Parsvanatha

  8. Where Gautama Buddha attained Nirvana (enlightenment) ?
    1.  Sarnath
    2.  Kusinagar
    3.  Lumbini
    4.  Bodh Gaya

  9. When Humayun was succeeded by Akbar, he was __________.
    1.  17 years old
    2.  15 years old
    3.  13 years old
    4.  14 years old

  10. "Jatakas" are sacred text associated with ___________.
    1.  Jews
    2.  Hinduism
    3.  Jainism
    4.  Buddhism


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