Quiz 429: Indian History Knowledge for Civil Services Examinations

1.On February 3, 1882, the British Government of India appointed an Indian Education Commission 1882, with a view to enquire into the working of the existing System of Public Instruction and further extension of that system on popular basis. Who among the following was the chairman of
this commission?
(A)H P Jacob
(B)C Pearson
(C)G E Ward
(D)W.W. Hunter

2.Who among the following was the first Speaker of the Lok Sabha?
(A)Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar
(B)M.A. Ayyangar
(C)Sardar Hukam Singh
(D)N. Sanjiva Reddy

3.In which year after independence, India became a party to the International Wheat Agreement for a four-year period?
(A)1948
(B)1949
(C)1950
(D)1951

4.Which among the following was the first French enclave of Pondicherry to merge with the Dominion of India?
(A)Mahe
(B)Karaikal
(C)Chandranagore
(D)Pondicherry

5.The Recommendations of the Ashok Mehta Committee led to which of the following constitutional Amendments?
(A)72nd Amendment
(B)73rd Amendment
(C)74th Amendment
(D)75th Amendment

6.The famous “Ripon Resolution” of 1882 is most closely related to which among the following?
(A)Public Services in India
(B)Educational Reforms
(C)Local Self Government
(D)Public Health Policy

7.Who among the following introduced the Preventive Detention Bill in 1950 in the Indian parliament?
(A)Baldev Singh
(B)Narahar Vishnu Gadgil
(C)Sardar Patel
(D)Jawahar Lal Nehru

8.Who among the following is widely remembered for his efforts in achieving the Official Language of India status for Hindi?
(A)Mahavir Tyagi
(B)Purshottam Das Tandon
(C)Jayaprakash Narayan
(D)Bhagwan Das

9.In which of the following countries “Subhash Chandra Bose” organized the ” Tiger Legion”?
(A)Singapore
(B)Germany
(C)Japan
(D)Italy

10.Who among the following assassinated Lt. Colonial Sir William Curzon Wiley, Political ADC to the Secretary of State for India in 1909, as one of the first acts of revolution in the Indian independence movement?
(A)Madan Lal Dhingra
(B)Har Dayal
(C)Udham Singh
(D)Roshan Singh

11.In which year the British Government signed the Hague Opium Convention?
(A)1910
(B)1911
(C)1912
(D)1913

12.From which of the following places Komagata Maru started its journey?
(A)Singapore
(B)Japan
(C)Kolkata
(D)Hong Kong

13.Who among the following formed the group” Brothers of India”?
(A)Annie Besant
(B)George Feuerstein
(C)H.S. Olcott
(D)Alan Watts

14.Which among the following was NOT a political party at the time of its foundation?
(A)Sikkim Democratic Front
(B)Mizo National Front
(C)Shiv Sena
(D)Uttarakhand Kranti Dal

15.Which among the following was first established in India?
(A)Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
(B)Sangeet Natak Akademi
(C)Sindri Fertilizer Factory
(D)The National News Print Ltd

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  • Anonymous
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    Simply Awesome

  • Saurabh Nikhare
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    On your post on Shiv sena,
    It did not participate in the superior of the three-tier Panchayat, but it was formed,in 1966, as a political organisation only.
    It was formed to raise the concern of intra-state immigration and takeover of the white-collar jobs in public bodies.

  • Raj
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    For fifteenth question TIFR was established in 1945 and Sindri Fertilizer factory was in 1952 (in first five year plan). I think answer should be TIFR instead of Sindri Fertilizer factory.

    I couldn't get information about "The National News Print Ltd". Can anybody please help me with this. Thanks.

  • [email protected]
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    Komagata Maru – Singapore to Vancouver.

  • [email protected]
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    @ Raj my friend i think you can get a clarification http://khandwa.nic.in/nepamill.htm

  • santhosh rathod
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    thank u fr webside members