NDA GENERAL STUDIES QUIZ

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Question 1:

Who among the following was one of the leaders who was instrumental in convincing Mahatma Gandhi about the need to start a non-cooperation movement in support of The Khilafat?

Question 2:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, consider the following statements:
1.The Act of 1919 gave representation to Indians for the first time in legislatures.
2.The Act of 1909 provided provincial autonomy.
3.By the Act of 1919, the salary of the Secretary of State for India was to be paid from the English Revenue.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Question 3:

In the context of modern India, which of the following defines the extremist ideology during the initial phase of the Indian independence movement?

Question 4:

What is most important with respect to the partition of Bengal in 1905 in the context of the Indian National Movement?

Question 5:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, consider the following statements related to the Wavell Plan:

1.According to the plan, an Indian was to be the commander of the military powers.

2.Foreign Ministry was to be with an Englishman.

Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Question 6:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, consider the following statements:
1.Balwant Rai Mehta was one of the key persons responsible for the initiative of organising the All India Status People's Conference in 1927.
2.C. Rajagopalachari was primarily responsible for persuading Mahatma Gandhi to take the decision to launch Individual Satyagraha.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Question 7:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, consider the following statements:

1.Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya started a newspaper named 'Leader' in 1909.

2.Jagjivan Ram founded the 'Independent Labour Party' in 1936.

3.Invitations to participate in the Constituent Assembly were issued by the Viceroy Lord Wavell.

Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Question 8:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, consider the following statements:

  1. Firoz Shah Mehta was one of the founders of the Bombay Presidency Association.
  2. When Ferozeshah Mehta retired from the Imperial Legislative Council in 1901, G.K. Gokhale was chosen in his place.

Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Question 9:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, which one of the following describes the 'home charges' policy adopted by the British in India?

Question 10:

With reference to the Indian National Movement, consider the following statements:
1.Three British Communists were also involved in the Meerut Conspiracy Case.
2.Madan Mohan Malviya was related to the Poona Pact.
3.The socialist weekly called 'The Socialist' was started by Jayaprakash Narayan.
Which of the above statements is/are correct?