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February 10, 2017

Indian History Test-22-Indian National Movement (III) Quit India Movement, Partition to Independence

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1) Jammu and Kashmir became an integral part of India on
2) Which one among the following did happen in the year 1946?
3) Consider the following events relatet the Indian Freedom Struggle?
1.Mountbatten Plan
2.Cabinet Mission Plan
3.Cripps Mission Plan
4.Wavell Plan
Which is correct chronological sequence of these events?
4) When Lord Mountbatten became the first Governor-General of India, who among the following became the Governor-General for Pakistan?
5) Which one of the following statements with regard to 'Direct Action Day' is correct?
6) Consider the following statements and identify with the help of the codes given below the person who made the statement.
"It would be quite impossible for a few hundred British to administer against the active opposition of the whole of the politically minded population."
7) The Constituent Assembly of India was chosen on the basis of the provincial elections of 1946. With the withdrawl of the Muslim League from the Constituent Assembly, it turned out that majority of the Assembly members were also members of the Congress.
Under that circumstance, how was the Constituent Assembly given a broader social basis?
8) The correct chronological order of following events is
1.C R Formula
2.Cabinet Mission
3.Gandhi-Jinnah Dialogue
4.Wavell Plan
Select the correct answer using the codes given below
9) What explains the changed attitude of British Government?
10) The Nehru-Liaquat Pact between India and Pakistan was signed in 1950 to resolve the issue of
11) Consider the following statements
The Cripps proposals include the provision for
1. full independence of India.
2. creation of Constitution making body.
Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?
12) The lady Congress leader who went underground during Quit India Movement was
13) Who among the following was not a member of the Cabinet Mission?
14) The Prime Minister of England at the time of Quit India Movement was
15) 1n Delhi Congress Session on 14th June, 1947, the resolution for India's partition was passed. The Session was presided over by
16) Who among the following was the founder of the Muslim League?
17) During the freedom struggle, Aruna Asaf Ali was a major woman organiser. of the underground activities in
18) Who among the following national leaders did not opt to defend the case dealing with the trial of the soldiers of the Indian National Army in 1945?
19) Who drafted the Constitution of Muslim League, 'The Green Book'?
20) Who among the following had moved the objectives resolution which formed the basis of the Preamble of the Constitution of India in the Constituent Assembly on 13th December, 1946?
21) Two independent States of India are Pakistan were created by
22) Consider the following statements
1.Both Congress and Muslim League refused the offer of the Cripps Mission.
2.The Interim Government formed in 1946 had nominees of the Congress only and not those of the Muslim League.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
23) India attained 'Dominion Status' on
24) The Constituent Assembly of India started functioning from
25) Who among the following was the Governor-General of India immediately preceding Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari?
26) Who was invited by Lord Wavell to form the Interim Government in India in 1946?
27) Who was the Commander-in-Chief of INA before Subhash Chandra Bose?
28) Find out the correct sequence of the following from the codes given below
1.C Rajagopalachari Plan
2.Wavell Plan
3.Mountbatten Plan
4.Cabinet Miss'on Plan
Select the correct answers using the codes given below
29) Under whose overall (eadership was the Quit India Movement carried on
30) Consider the following statements about Cripps Proposals of 1942
1. Provision was to be made for participation of Indian States in the Constitution making body.
2. British Government undertook to accept and implement the Constitution.
3. All provinces of British India were to give an undertaking about the acceptance of the Constitution.
4. In the ongoing World War, no resources of British India would be used.
Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?

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