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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Nationalism in India - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Nationalism in India - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

Which of the following is the most important factor for the growth of nationalism in India ?


Answer :

British administrative reforms.
Introduction of railways.
Social reforms.
Colonial exploitation under the British rule.


Question :

Who led a peasant movement during the Non- Cooperation Movement ?


Answer :

Jawaharlal Nehru
Gandhiji
Baba Ramchandra
Sardar Patel


Question :

Why did Gandhiji organise a Satyagraha in
Ahmedabad Mill in 1918 ?


Answer :

To protest against the poor working condition in the factory.
To demand for a higher wages for workers.
To protest against high revenue demand.
None of the above.


Question :

When was the Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries set up ?


Answer :

1926
1927
1928
1929


Question :

When did Jallianwalla Bagh incident take place ?


Answer :

13th April 1919
14th April 1920
13th March 1919
15th March 1920


Question :

Why was Satyagraha organised in Champaran in 1916 ?


Answer :

To oppose the British laws
To oppose the plantation system.
To oppose high land revenue.
To protest against the oppression of the mill workers.


Question :

Why was the Round Table Conference held in England ?


Answer :

To discuss the provisions of future IndianConstitution.
To discuss the steps to be taken to check Indian National Movement
To give concessions to Indians
To make plans for improvement of agriculture in India.


Question :

Which of the following was not included in the
Non-Cooperation Movement ?


Answer :

Boycott of British institution
Picketing of shops
Demolishing government buildings
Surrendering of British titles and honours


Question :

Why did Mahatma Gandhi decide to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement ?


Answer :

The leaders failed to organise the movement well
People lacked courage
The movement turned violent
The movement was not widespread enough tocontinue


Question :

During which of the following movements did the women participate in large numbers for the
first time ?


Answer :

Swadeshi and Boycott Movement
Non-Cooperation Movement
Civil Disobedience Movement
Quit India Movement