Objective Type Questions with Answers

 

Q. Fill in the blanks to make an appropriate statement.
  1. Sir Sayyid (RA) founded Aligarh School in the year __________
  2. In the last two decades of the nineteenth century, the extremist Hindus started anti- Muslim movements namely ___________
  3. The Viceroy ______________ partitioned the province of Bengal into two parts.
  4. __________ was the most important demand of the Simla Deputation.
  5. Round Table conference were held from 1930 to ________
  6. Minto-Morley Reforms are also called Government of India act _________
  7. Khilafat Delegation, headed by Maulana Muhammad Ali visited England in the year _______.
  8. Pakistan National movement was established by ________
  9. ___________ presided over the Muslim League session held at Allahabad in 1930.
  10. The Lahore Resolution was moved by the Bengal Chief Minister Mr. ________

 

Answer

No        Answer No           Answer
1. 1875 2 Arya Samaj
3. Lord Curzon 4. Separate Election
5. 1932 6. 1909
7. 1920 8.

 

Chaudhry Rehmat Ali

 

9. Allama Iqbal 10. Molvi Fazalul Haq

 

 

 

Q2. Fill in the blanks by putting one of the three alternatives given in the bracket against each question.
  1. Sir Sayyed (RA) started Risala _________________                                                       (Thezib-ul-Akhlaq, Aligarh, Hayat-e-Javaid)
  2. Urdu-Hindi Controversy started in the year _____________                                            (1857, 1867, 1897)
  3. Simla Deputation comprised ________________                                                             (13, 35, 80)
  4. The Quaid-e-Azam (RA) joined Muslim League in the year ___________                        (1929, 1913, 1906)
  5. Congress ministries were formed in the year ______________                                        (1937, 1906, 1885)
  6. Cripps Proposals were published on 30th March ______________                                   (1947, 1946, 1942)
  7. The Muslim League celebrated _________ 1946 as the “Direct Action Day”.                     (Aug 16, Aug 14, Sep 6)
  8. Sylhet and _________ decided to join Pakistan through a referendum                              (the N.W.F.P, the Punjab, Balochistan)
  9. The Khilafat Committee elected ____________ as the leader of the non-cooperation movement                            (Gandhiji, Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar, Quaid-e-Azam)

 

Answer:

No. Answer No Answer
1 Thezib-ul-Akhlaq 2 1867
3 35 4 1913
5 1937 6 1942
7 Aug 16 8 The N.W.F.P
9 Gandhiji 10

 

 

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Q3. Indicate whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE; put a circle around the correct answer.  
  1. Non-Muslims of north-west India supported the Pakistan Movement.
  2. The Quaid-e-Azam (RA) said “We demand Pakistan only because we want to have a piece of land.
  3. An Islamic state is established on democratic principles
  4. Bankim Chandra Chatterjee wrote an anti-Muslim novel “Band-e-Mataram”
  5. The London branch of the Muslim League was established in the year 1906.
  6. The Objectives Resolution is also known as the Lahore Resolutions.
  7. The first phase of the Khilafat Movement was a golden period in the history of Hindu-Muslim relations.
  8. Mustapha Kamal Ataturk abolished the institution of Khilafat.
  9. The first session of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was held on August 11, 1947.
  10. The Muslim League achieved great success in the 1937 elections.

 

Answer

No Answer No Answer No Answer No Answer
1. False 2. False 3. True 4. False
5. False 6. False 7. True 8. True
9. True 10. False    

 

 

 

Q4. Put the right parts together.
No                Column A            Column B
1. The British Crown 1921
2. Aligarh University 1858
3. The Muslim League Allama Iqbal
4. The Simla Deputation October 1, 1906
5. The Mopla Uprising 1921

 

Answer

No.         Answer No.       Answer
1. 1858 2. 1921
3. Allama Iqbal 4. October 1, 1906
5. 1921

 

 

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