Pak Studies Solved Past Papers MCQs Online Test No. 91

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Pak Studies
Subject Pak Studies Test 91
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Pak Studies Online Test No. 91

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Who was first to formulate the theory of three successive phases of British colonialism in India, namely, Mercantilist, free Trade Mercantile capitalism and Finance imperialism?

2 / 25

Before the First World War nearly 97% of the British capital investment in India was made:

3 / 25

While in the Zamindari or permanent Settlement areas the Zamindars ousted the cultivators ,in the ryotwari areas the lands were appropriated by?

4 / 25

In which one of the following land settlement areas there was large scale transfer of land from the cultivating to non- cultivating class?

5 / 25

Indian economy was transformed from a self - sufficient and surplus economy to colonial economy after:

6 / 25

The Indian National congress adopted a resolution criticising the Drain of wealth from India,as its annual session held in:

7 / 25

Who of the following were not among those who came to from the nucleus of the new middle class that emerged in India in the nineteenth century?

8 / 25

Who of the following constituted the main body of the middle class in Bangal in British India?

9 / 25

The English greatly enriched themselves by forcing the Indians to produce:

10 / 25

which of the following came to constitute the core of the rising middle class in India before the battle of plessey ( 1757)?

11 / 25

Which of the following was not one of the important European owned plantation industries of the nineteenth century?

12 / 25

In the 18th century India was the largest producer of industrial goods in the world and her principal exports consisted of:

13 / 25

The British industrial policy in India has been rightly called as the policy of:

14 / 25

The Lancashire cotton textile were first introduced in India in:

15 / 25

The only major industry in the hands of the Indian capitalists during the late nineteenth century was:

16 / 25

The permanent Settlement in Bengal Actually created two classes which were:

17 / 25

The worst sufferers of the British economic policies in India were:

18 / 25

In course of time, the dadni merchants in India were found to be too independent and disinclined to comply with their contracts. In 1753, the dadni merchants were replaced by:

19 / 25

In the period following the revolt of 1857, which of the following constituted the heaviest drain on the country's resources?

20 / 25

The Commodity structure and direction of India's foreign trade was changed by:

21 / 25

The industrial development of India began with the introduction of:

22 / 25

The Indian industries which were completely ruined on account of British economic policies were:

23 / 25

The British started draining Bengal of her wealth on a large scale after:

24 / 25

The Ryotwari settlement was first introduced by:

25 / 25

Who said: " The British rule was a bleeding drain from India"?

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