Tuesday, March 26, 2019

WBCS Polity and Constitution MCQs Prelims and Mains

WBCS MCQs of Modern Indian History P38



371. Aim of the Swarajya Party was to —
(A) Enter the legislature & wreck the Government from within
(B) Resort to Extremism
(C) Agitate for total freedom
(D) Boycott the Congress moves

Correct Answer: [A] Enter the legislature & wreck the Government from within

372. Who declared the Communal Award in 1932?
(A) Ramsay Macdonald
(B) Lord Curzon
(C) Jinnah
(D) Syed Ahmed

Correct Answer: [A] Ramsay Macdonald.




373. Who raised the national flag 1st in Nagaland?
(A) Rani Guidunliu
(B) Sarojini Naidu
(C) Pritilata Wandeddar
(D) Bina Dasgupta

Correct Answer: [A] Rani Guidunliu.

374. Who handed over the charge of Indian National Army to Netaji?
(A) Hardayal
(B) Mahendra Pratap
(C) Rashbehari Bose
(D) Mohan Singh

Correct Answer: [C] Rashbehari Bose

375. In the Nehru Report Committee (1928) the Liberal Federation was represented by
(A) V.S. Srinivasa Sastri
(B) M. S. Aney
(C) M. A. Jayakar
(D) Tej Bahadur Sapru

Correct Answer: [D] Tej Bahadur Sapru

376. The Muslim League joined the Interim Government in
(A) December 1946
(B) January 1947
(C) October 1946
(D) November 1946

Correct Answer: [C] October 1946.

377. Who said let a flowers bloom?
(A) Jawaharlal Nehru
(B) V.I. Lorain
(C) M.K. Gandhi
(D) Mao Zedong

Correct Answer: [D] Mao Zedong




378. Subhas Chandra Bose proclaimed the establishment of Government of India at
(A) Colombo
(B) Rangoon
(C) Bangkok
(D) Singapore

Correct Answer: [D] Singapore.

379. A complete outcome of the Wavell plan was the
(A) summoning of Simla Conference
(B) The constitution of the Constituent Assembly
(C) a holding of a referendum in the N. W. frontier province.
(D) absorption of the State of Hyderabad with the Indian Union.

Correct Answer: [A] summoning of Simla Conference.

380. Which movement of Gandhiji joined with the Khilafat movement?
(A) Quit India
(B) Against Indigo cultivation (1917)
(C) Civil Disobedience
(D) Non-Co-operation

Correct Answer: [D] Non-Co-operation







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