Lecturer Political Science Solved MCQs Online Test No. 70

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Test NameLecturer Political Science
SubjectPolitical Science Test 70
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Political Science Online Test No. 70

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The strength of Muslims in West Bengal was:

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In 1906, in the meeting of the congress, it was suggested to start ' Swadeshi Movement'. The suggestion was given by:

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The partition of Bengal was annulled in the year:

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Nawab Saleem Ullah khan was died in:

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Under the leadership of Ghokhlay a Hindu delegation went to England to protest against the partition of Bengal. The number of members of this delegation were:

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The capital of the Eastern Bengal & Assam was:

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The Vande Mataram song was taken from Bankim Chandra Chatterjee's novel:

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The congress decided to start the Swadeshi Movement in:

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Surindar Naath jee was a Hindu leader who started movement against the partition of Bengal. He observed " the day of protest" on:

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Lord Curzon, the viceroy of India visited Bengal which led into the partition of Bengal in 1905, in the year:

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The annulment of the partition of Bengal was agitated by:

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The event annoyed as well as shocked the Muslims was:

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The name of the Muslim leader who left the politics after the cancellation of the partition of Bengal was:

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The population of East Bengal at the time of its partition was:

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Nawab Saleem Ullah appreciated the decision of the partition of Bengal in a meeting which was held in:

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At the time of the partition of Bengal, the  leader of Muslims in East Bengal was:

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The name of the song that was adopted by Hindus in anti partition of Bengal movement was:

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Dhaka was the capital of East Bengal.At that time the Governor of East Bengal was:

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The city which was the centre point of agitation against the partition of Bengal was:

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Hindus declared the day of partition of Bengal as:

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Bengal was divided into two parts, However, the Muslims were in Majority in:

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The anti- partitionists of Bengal started with the:

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The Hindu leader who started a movement against the partition of Bengal was popularly known as:

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In 1902, Lord Crison decided to look upon the decision of separation of Bengal. British Government  decided to separate Bengal in:

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A Hindu delegation went to England to protest against the partition of Bengal under the leadership of:

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