Online Test of Chapter 3 Nationalism in India Test 1 History (Social Science S.St)| Class 10th

Q.1- What do you mean by ‘Forced recruitment’?
a. The colonial state forced people to join the army.
b. Indians were forced to finance the British army
c. The Indian princes had to supply soldiers to fight for the British
d. All of these

Q.2- When did the Jallianwalla Bagh incident take place?
a. On 13 April
b. On 15 August
c. On 27 October
d. On 10 March

Q.3- When was the Non-Cooperation programme adopted by the Congress?
a. 1920
b. 1935
c. 1948
d. 1925

Q.4- Why was the slogans demanding “Swatantra Bharat” important?
a. It showed the greatness of Mahatma Gandhi
b. They were going beyond their own locality and emotionally identifying with an all-India movement
c. They were a unifying force of the Non-Cooperation Movement
d. The various ways in which ‘Swaraj’ was interpreted by different people

Q.5- Who was the leader of the peasants in the Gudem Hills?
a. Alluri Sitaram Raju
b. Baba Ramchandra
b. Venkata Raju
d. None of these

Q.6- Who started the Swaraj Party?
a. Jawaharlal Nehru
b. Mahatma Gandhi
c. C.R.Das
d. C.R. Das and Motilal Nehru.

Q.7- Which of these industries productions go up during the Non- Cooperation Movement?
a. Textiles and handloom
b. Steel industry
c. Coal industry
d. None of these

Q.8- What was the demand of 1929 sessions of the Congress at Lahore ?
a. Poorna Swaraj
b. Right to speech
c. Half authority
d. None of these

Q.9- When was the Dandi March of Mahatma Gandhi started and till when?
a. 11 March -06 April, 1930
b. 15 April-30 April,1931
c. 01 March -30 April, 1930
d. 11 march- 06 April, 1931

Q.10- In which year the Second Round Table Conference was held?
a. 1931
b. 1935
c. 1938
d. 1945

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