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Modern History of India PDF  in English by Bipan Chandra Topic

  • The Decline of The Mughal Empire
  • Indian States and Society in the 18 Century
  • The Beginnings of European Settlements Chapter
  • The British Conquest of India CHAPTER V
  • The Structural of the Government and the Economic
  • Policies of the British Empire in India, 1757—1857
  • Administrative Organisation and Social and Cultural Policy
  • Social and Cultural Awakening in the First Half of the 19th Century
  • ^ The Revolt of 1857
  • Administrative Changes After 1838
  • India And Her Neighbors
  • Economic Impact of the British Rule
  • Growth of New India—The Nationalist Movement 1858—1905
  • Growth of New India Religious and Social Reform After 1858
  • Nationalist Movement 1905—1918
  • Struggle for Swaraj

 आधुनिक भारत का इतिहास PDF Topic 

  • कांग्रेस विभाजन तथा क्रांतिकारी आतंकवाद का उदय
  • प्रथम विश्वयुद्ध और भारतीय राष्ट्रवाद: ग़दर आन्दोलन
  • ‘होम रूल लीग’ आन्दोलन
  • गाँधी : दक्षिण अफ्रीका रोलेट सत्याग्रह तक
  • असहयोग आंदोलन 1920-22
  • किसान आंदोलन और राष्ट्रीय स्वाधीनता संघर्ष उ. प्र. मालाबार और बारदोली
  • भारत का मजदूर वर्ग और राष्ट्रीय आंदोलन
  • गुरुद्वारा सुधार व मंदिर प्रवेश आंदोलन
  • राष्ट्रीय आंदोलन में ठहराव के वर्ष
  • भगत सिंह, सूर्य सेन और अन्य क्रांतिकारी

Modern History of India PDF Question Answers

1.Who among the following played a dominant role in establishing the All India Trade Union Congress?

[A] Basawon Singh (Sinha)

[B] Subodh Banerjee

[C] Lala Lajpat Rai

[D] Ashok Mehta

Answer: C [Lala Lajpat Rai]

Notes: The All India Trade Union Congress is the oldest trade union federations in India and one of the five largest. It was founded on 31 October 1920 in Bombay by Lala Lajpat Rai and Joseph Baptista. It was the primary trade union organization in India. Since then it has been associated with the Communist Party of India.

2.Basumati, the oldest Bengali Daily paper was edited by ___:

[A] Anand Mohan Bose

[B] Surya Sen

[C] Barinder Kumar Ghosh

[D] V. D. Savarkar

Answer: C [Barinder Kumar Ghosh]

Notes:Barinder Kumar Ghosh was born at Norwood near London on 5th January in 1880.He was a younger brother of Aurobindo Ghosh. In 1906, to spread the revolutionary ideas and to provide fervor to Swadeshi movement ,he started a Bengali weekly-“the jugantar”. In 1907, he started the Maniktala group with Bagha Jatin and a few young revolutionary activists for the collection of arms and ammunitions and manufacturing explosives.He was sentenced to death by the trial known as Alipore Bomb Case. Later the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and was sent to the Cellular Jail in Andaman in 1909. In 1920, Barindra Kumar Ghose was released. In 1933 Barindra Kumar Ghose launched English weekly, The Dawn of India. He was also associated with The Statesman newspaper and earned the title as a columnist. In 1950, he became the editor of the Bengali daily Dainik Basumati.

3.Who was the chairman of the “Flag Committee”?

[A] B. R. Ambedkar

[B] J. B. Kriplani

[C] Hakim Ajmal Khan

[D] Dr. Rajendra Prasad

Answer: D [Dr. Rajendra Prasad]

Notes: Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the head of the Ad hoc committee on National Flag in the constituent assembly. The flag of the congress party was accepted as the National Flag with few changes on July 22, 1947. The new flag code of India gives freedom to individual to hoist the flag on all days, but with due respect to the flag.

4.Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga are the works of which among the following social reformers of India?

[A] M. G. Ranade

[B] Swami Vivekanand

[C] Ramkrishna Paramhansa

[D] Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Answer: B [Swami Vivekanand]

Notes: The ‘True Nature’ of our lives is represented by four governing forces i.e., Mind, Body, Emotion & Energy. to achieves this there are 4 paths of yoga viz, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Jnana Yoga. In the 19th century, the four paths of yoga were expounded by Swami Vivekananda.

5.Clive’s dual administration:

1. gave rise to immediate conflict between British and Nawab

2. led to Anglo Maratha clash

3. separated power from responsibility

Which among the above is / are correct statements?

[A] Only 1 & 2

[B] Only 2 & 3

[C] Only 3

[D] 1, 2 & 3

Answer: C [Only 3 ]

Notes: The first two statements should be reversed to understand what happened exactly.Since there was a dual administration in place, it clearly defined the respective position of the Nawab and the East India Company. This left no chance of near future conflicts between the two.Further, the direct assumption of responsibility of administration of English Company might have to come in conflict with the rising power of the Marathas. Third statement is correct.The system separated power from responsibility. The English got the right of collecting the revenue but they had no responsibility for the internal administration. The condition of Bengal worsened on account of the double government. The famine of 1770 and the epidemic that followed accounted for one third of population of Bengal. The English Company did nothing for the relief of the people and remained a silent spectator to the appalling distress of the people. The dual system which deserved all possible condemnation was finally abolished by Warren Hastings in 1772.

6.How many Prime Ministers of India have been awarded Bharat Ratna till date?

[A] 3

[B] 4

[C] 5

[D] 7

Answer: D [7]

Notes: So far Seven Prime Ministers of India have been awarded the Bharat Ratna. Atal Bihari Vajapayee is the seventh Prime Minister to receive the award, after (1) Jawaharlal Nehru, (2) Indira Gandhi, (3) Rajiv Gandhi, (4) Morarji Desai, (5) Lal Bahadur Shastri and (6) Gulzarilal Nanda

7.Who among the following imposed Press censorship?

[A] Lord William Bentinck

[B] Lord Curzon

[C] Lord Wellesley

[D] Lord Rippon

Answer: C [Lord Wellesley]

Notes: In 1799 Lord Wellesley promulgated the Press Regulations, which had the effect of imposing pre-censorship on an infant newspaper publishing industry.

8.”Faith is a Battle” is the biographical work on which of the following personalities?

[A] Mohammad Ali Jinnah

[B] Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan

[C] Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

[D] None of them

Answer: B [Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan]

Notes: Abdul Ghaffar Khan was a political and spiritual leader. He was also a supporter of nonviolent opposition like Gandhiji. His biographical work “Abdul Gaffar Khan: faith is a battle” was written by D.G. Tendulkar. It was published in 1967.

9.Consider the following events:

1. First Round Table Conference

2. Pakistan Declaration

3. Poona Pact

4. Gandhi Irwin Pact

Which among the following represents the correct chronological order of the above events?

[A] 1 , 2, 3, 4

[B] 1, 4, 3, 2,

[C] 4, 3, 2, 1

[D] 3, 4, 2, 1

Answer: B [1, 4, 3, 2,]

Notes:First Round Table Conference (November 1930 – January 1931). Gandhi Irwin Pact (5 March 1931). Poona Pact (24 September 1932). Pakistan Declaration (In the annual session of the All India Muslim League held in Lahore on 22–24 March 1940).

10.The First authoritative exposition of the Extremist ideological position within the Indian National Congress was penned down by which among the following as a series of articles titled ” New Lamps for old” in a Bombay Newspaper?

[A] Bal Gangadhar Tilak

[B] Arubindo Ghose

[C] Bipin Chandra Pal

[D] Lala Lajpat Rai

Answer: B [Arubindo Ghose]

Notes: Rishi Aurobindo was a philosopher, yogi, guru, poet, and nationalist of India. He studied Indian Civil Service at King’s College, England. During the time of Alipore Bombing Case he was also arrested.

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Important Modern History of India PDF Question Answers 

1.In which of the following sessions Mahatma Gandhi became president of INC?

[A] Delhi

[B] Gaya

[C] Belgaum

[D] Lucknow

 Answer: C [Belgaum]

Notes: Gandhiji served the post of president only on the thirty-ninth session of INC which was held in Belgaum on the 26th & 27th December 1924. Gangadhar Rao Deshpande requested Gandhiji to attend this session. A memorial called “Veer Soudhya” was built to commemorate the 1924 Belgaum session.

2.1996 was UN’s fiftieth anniversary year and this year was declared by United nations as “Year for Tolerance”. The same time frame also coincided with 125th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. In this connection, UNESCO had established a new award in the name of an Indian philanthropist for Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence. Who is this Indian philanthropist?

[A] Aga Khan III

[B] Dinshah Irani

[C] Ghanshyam Das Birla

[D] Madanjeet Singh

Answer: D [Madanjeet Singh]

3.In which of the following cases, VD Savarkar was sentenced to transportation for life to the infamous Cellular Jail in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (Kala Pani) in 1911?

[A] Alipore Bomb Case

[B] Nasik Conspiracy Case

[C] Delhi conspiracy case

[D] Lahore Conspiracy Case

Answer: B [Nasik Conspiracy Case]

Notes: On 21st of December, 1909, A M T Jackson the magistrate at Nasik was enjoying a theater where a drama was staged in his honor on the eve of his transfer. A young man of Abhinav Bharat Society named Ananat Laxman Karkare shot this indologist and “pandit” Jackson dead, in the theatre. This sensational murder is known as Nasik Conspiracy Case. 27 members of the Abhinav Bharat Society were convicted and punished. Ganesh Savarkar, brother of VD Savarkar was sent to Kala Pani.

4.As per the Nehru Report, the composition of India’s parliament was as follows:

[A] President, Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha

[B] Crown, Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha

[C] Crown, House of People, House of States

[D] Crown, Senate, House of Representatives

Answer: D [Crown, Senate, House of Representatives]

Notes: The Nehru Report was published on 10 August 1928. As per the report, the legislative power of the Commonwealth shall be looked after by Parliament, consisting of a King, a Senate and a House of Representatives.

5.Who among the following did not vehemently protested the withdrawal of the Non-Cooperation Movement after the Chauri-Chaura Incident?

[A] Jawahar Lal Nehru

[B] Subhash Chandra Bose

[C] C R Das

[D] Motilal Nehru

Answer: A [Jawahar Lal Nehru]

Notes: The Chauri Chaura incident took place in the year 1922 (5th February) at Chauri Chaura, United Province (Present Uttar Pradesh). A large group of protesters clashed with police, attacked and set fire to a police station. Three civilians and 22 policemen were killed. Gandhiji called off the non-cooperation movement on 25th February. The cessation of Non-cooperation movement was criticized by S.C. Bose, C.R. Das, Mitilal Nehru, Lala Lajpat Rai. Jawaharlal Nehru was shocked but did not protest vehemently.

6.Who led the Revolt of 1857 in Hyderabad ?

[A] Sonaji Pant

[B] Devi Singh

[C] Khan Bahadur Khan

[D] Ahmadullah

Answer: A [Sonaji Pant]

Notes: Sonaji Pant led the Revolt of 1857 in Hyderabad, though the Nizam of Hyderabad was loyal to the British.

7.Who was the Viceroy of India when Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place?

[A] Lord Hardinge II

[B] Lord Chelmsford

[C] Lord Reading

[D] Lord Minto II

Answer: B [Lord Chelmsford]

Notes: Lord Chelmsford was the Viceroy of India when Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place on April 13, 1919.

8.In which year, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was founded?

[A] 1920

[B] 1922

[C] 1923

[D] 1925

 Answer: D [1925]

Notes: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is the world’s largest voluntary non-governmental organisation, was founded by Keshav Baliram Hedgewar in 1925. The basic purpose of this organistaion to provide character training through Hindu discipline and to unite the Hindu community.

9.The Union Cabinet has recently approved the launch of Ayushman Bharat -National Health Protection Mission (AB-NHPM). The meeting was chaired by whom?

[A] Rajnath Singh

[B] Prakash Javadekar

[C] Narendra Modi

[D] Radha Mohan Singh

Answer: C [Narendra Modi ]

Notes: The Union Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently approved the launch of Ayushman Bharat -National Health Protection Mission (AB-NHPM) in New Delhi on March 21, 2018. The scheme has the benefit cover of Rs 5 lakh per family per year. The target beneficiaries under the scheme will be over 10 crore poor and vulnerable families. The benefits of the scheme are portable across the country. A beneficiary will be allowed to take cashless benefits from any public and private empaneled hospitals across the country. The AB-NHPM will subsume the ongoing centrally sponsored schemes- Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) and senior citizen health insurance scheme.

10.Gandhiji’s first major struggle in the country was staged on the soil of Champaran district in Bihar in 1917 in connection with indigo plantation. Who was largely instrumental in persuading Gandhiji to visit Champaran and lead the struggle over there?

[A] Rajendra Prasad

[B] Raj Kumar Shukla

[C] Dharnidhar

[D] Shambhu Saran

Answer: B [ Raj Kumar Shukla ]

Notes:Raj Kumar Shukla met Mahatma Gandhi to make him aware of the plight of the cultivators in Champaran and persuaded him to come there. He was basically a money lender.

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