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Group 1 TNPSC Question Paper - 8th November 2015 - Prelims


21. 

Match List I with List II correctly and select answer :

List I List II
a) Santhal's Rebellion 1) 1923
b) Maplah Rebellion 2) 1929
c) Vizag Revolution 3) 1921
d) Bardoli Satyagraha 4) 1856

Answer : C. 4 3 1 2

22. 

Match List I with List II correctly and select answer :

List I List II
a) Dupleix 1) Nawab of Bengal
b) Anwar-ud-din 2) British Admiral
c) Shuja-ud-Daula 3) French Governor
d) Polock 4) Nawab of Carnatic

Answer : C. 3 4 1 2

23. 

Match List I with List II of the following with suitable options :

List I List II
a) Kural 1) Rishabham
b) Thutham 2) Shadjam
c) Kaikilai 3) Madhyamam
d) Vuzhai 4) Gandharam

Answer : A. 2 1 4 3

24. 

Match List I with List II of the following with suitable options :

List I List II
a) Brahmanas 1) Forest Texts
b) Sama veda 2) Guide Book for Priests
c) Aranyakas 3) Ritual Texts
d) Yajur Veda 4) Book of Chants

Answer : B. 3 4 1 2

25. 

Which of the following is/are not correct? Minto-Morley reforms of 1909 introduced the following.
I. The system of direct election was introduced in provinces
II. The act did not enfranchises women
III. It introduced dyarchy in provinces
IV. Communal electorate was introduced

Answer : B. I and III

26. 

Who bestowed the title Sardar on Vallabhai Patel?

Answer : C. Mahatma Gandhi

27. 

During 1857 revolt which army remained loyal to the British?

Answer : C. Mahatma Gandhi

28. 

Pick out the wrong statement.

Answer : D. Sindhu and Kanhu were the leaders of the Kols

29. 

Match the following :

List I List II
a) Simon Commission 1) 1928
b) Nehru Report 2) 1932
c) Second Round Table Conference 3) 1927
d) Communal Award 4) 1931

Answer : B. 3 1 4 2

30. 

Identify the statement, which is not the cause for the failure of Quit India Movement
a) British Government arrested key leaders in anticipation to the movement
b) Nehru and Rajaji disbelieved in Direct Action
c) Hindu Mahasabha and Muslim League supported the movement
d) British Government suppressed the movement

Answer : C. (c) alone



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