Online Test of Chapter 5 The Age of Industrialisation Test 1 History (Social Science S.St)| Class 10th

Q.1- What do you mean by ‘Orient’?
a. Countries to the east of the Mediterranean
b. Countries, which are traditional, mysterious and pre-modern
c. All countries except Europe
d. Both a and b

Q.2- What was the reason behind new merchants could not set up business in the towns in Europe?
a. The rules became barrier
b. Scarcity of product to start any business
c. The powerful trade guilds and urban crafts made it difficult
d. None of these

Q.3- What was the first symbol of factory system?
a. Jute
b. Cotton
c. Wheat
d. None of these

Q.4- Who was the Staplers and Fullers?
a. Gathers cloth by pleating
b. Sorts wool according to its fibre
c. Both a and b
d. None of these

Q.5- When did the earliest factories came up in England?
a. In 1730s
b. In 1750s
c. In 1735s
d. In 1748s

Q.6- What do you mean by Carding?
a. In spinning
b. In weaving
c. In which cotton or wool fibres are prepared for spinning
d. In which finishing of cloth is done

Q.7- Who invented the first steam engine?
a. James Watt
b. Newcomen
c. Richard Arkwright
d. None of these

Q.8- According to historians, who was the typical worker in the mid-nineteenth century?
a. Craftsperson and labourer
b. Machine operator
c. Unskilled labour
d. None of these

Q.9- Who attacked the introduction of spinning jenny?
a. Men
b. Women
c. men and children
d. None of these

Q.10- What do you mean by ‘Gomastha’?
a. An officer of the Company who acted as a go-between the Company and Indian traders
b. An officer of the East India Company who looked after the textile trade
c. A paid servant of the Company who supervised weavers, collected supplies and examined the quality of the cloth
d. None of these

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