NTA NET Exam: Important History Questions And Answers-Paper-II-Set - 11


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  1.  The peasants attacked and burnt a police station on February 5,1922 at _________.
    1.  Chauri Chaura
    2.  Chandini Chauwk
    3.  Lahore
    4.  Amritsar

  2. The Swarajya Party was dissolved upon the death of ______.
    1.  Rajendra Prasad
    2.  C .R. Das
    3.  Jinnah
    4.  B. G. Tilak

  3. Goa, Daman and Diu were under the possession of ______.
    1.  British
    2.  France
    3.  Japan
    4.  Portugal

  4. On the eve of India's Independent number of Princely states in India was ______.
    1.  654
    2.  656
    3.  565
    4.  524

  5. The British Prime Minister who supported Indian freedom struggle was ______.
    1.  Winston Churchill
    2.  Sir Stafford Cripps
    3.  Sir John Simon
    4.  Clement Atlee

  6. In Tamil Nadu, a Salt March from Trichy to Vedaranyam was organised by ________.
    1.  Subramanya Iyer
    2.  Rajaji
    3.  Subramanya Bharati
    4.  V . O. Chidambaram

  7. The Lahore  Session of the Indian National Congress declare ______ as its goal.
    1.  partial independence 
    2.  home rule
    3.  complete independence 
    4.  self government

  8.  The Act that provided for the establishment of a Federal Bank in India was ________.
    1.  Government of India Act of 1952
    2.  Minto Morley Reforms of 1906
    3.  Cripps Mission 1940
    4.  Government of India Act of 1935

  9. In the Lahore Session of the Muslim League, the demand for a separate nation of _______ was made.
    1.  Khalistan
    2.  Pakistan
    3.  Hindustan
    4.  Bangladesh

  10. ' The Gandhi Irwin Pact ' was signed in ________.
    1.  1931
    2.  1913
    3.  1945
    4.  1944


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