Indian National Movement – Pakistan Knowledge – Level 6

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Indian National Movement - Level 6

Pakistan Knowledge MCQs

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  1. The prime minister of Britain at the time of India's independence was: Clement Attlee
  2. General Dyer who was responsible for Jallianwala Bagh massacre was shot dead by: Udham Singh
  3. The Home Rule Movement started by Annie Besant aimed at: Attaining self-rule for India
  4. Which governor general abolished the system of dual government established by Robert Clive and established the Company’s control over Bengal? Warren Hastings
  5. The capital of India was shifted to Delhi during the reign of: Lord Hardinge
  6. Which school of religion, started in 1867, was basically anti-British? Deobandi
  7. The first Indian Councils Act was passed in: 1861
  8. Who was responsible for the introduction of English as the official language in India? Sir Charles Wood
  9. Who initiated the introduction of education in English in India? Lord Macaulay
  10. Arya Samaj was founded in: 1875

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1. Who was responsible for the introduction of English as the official language in India?

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2. Who initiated the introduction of education in English in India?

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3. Which governor general abolished the system of dual government established by Robert Clive and established the Company’s control over Bengal?

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4. Arya Samaj was founded in:

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5. General Dyer who was responsible for Jallianwala Bagh massacre was shot dead by:

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6. The first Indian Councils Act was passed in:

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7. Which school of religion, started in 1867, was basically anti-British?

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8. The Home Rule Movement started by Annie Besant aimed at:

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9. The prime minister of Britain at the time of India's independence was:

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10. The capital of India was shifted to Delhi during the reign of:

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