Pak Studies Solved Past Papers MCQs Online Test No. 92

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Test NameLecturer Pak Studies
SubjectPak Studies Test 92
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Pak Studies Online Test No. 92

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With the capture of which of the following rebels in April 1858 could the revolt be said to have ended?

2 / 25

Who incited the sepoys in Jhansi to hurl defiance at their officers and to commit violence and murder?

3 / 25

The major participants in the revolt from Orissa and chhotanagpur were:

4 / 25

The growth of modern industries in Pakistan was greatly hampered on account of the lack of:

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Who led the revolt at Lucknow?

6 / 25

To Whom did General Hugh Rose, who defeated a number of leaders of the Revolt of 1857, pay the highest tribute as "the only man among the rebels"?

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The leader of the revolt of 1857 in Assam was:

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A Leading British parliamentarian and politician, who admitted that the Revolt of 1857 was" A  national revolt " not " a military mutiny", was:

9 / 25

The first serious mutiny of the Indian soldiers in the British Army took place at:

10 / 25

The famous Sanyasi rebellion in Bengal, which was highlighted by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in his novel Anand Math, was led by :

11 / 25

The Romosi and Gadkari revolts took place in:

12 / 25

The main centre of revolt, first recaptured by the British, was:

13 / 25

The English tightened their colonial hold over India by:

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The leader of the revolt of 1857, Who sent three letters to king Napoleon III of France during the Rebellion, was:

15 / 25

The army of Emperor Bahadur Shah in Delhi was commanded by:

16 / 25

Which of the following was not one of the Strom- centers of the Revolt of 1857?

17 / 25

The manufacturer and marketing of which of the following products was British European monopoly?

18 / 25

The most important centre of revolt in Rajasthan was:

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From which of the following classes were the majority of civilian’s leaders of the Revolt of 1857 in Uttar Pradesh drawn?

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At Which of the following places was the revolt of 1857 particularly encouraged by the maulvis and the pandits alike?

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Which of the following classes did not support the Rebellion?

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Which of the following was not  one of the princely houses to be deprived of their territories or pensions by Dalhousie?

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Which of the following was responsible for the Massacre at Cawnpore?

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Where did the first signs of unrest appear early in 1857?

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Where did the sepoys break out in open revolt on May 10, 1857?

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