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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Pak Studies
Subject Pak Studies Test 83
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. 83

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The chief architect of Lucknow Pact was:

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The annual session of Muslim League 1916 was presided by:

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Muhammadan Association was turned into the branch of:

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The number of seats that were agreed in Lucknow for Muslims Pact in Central Legislature was:

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A bomb was thrown at Lord Hardinge in Chandi Chowk on the occasion of his state entry to Dehli in the year:

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Name the pact in which the Muslims and Hindus agreed for separate electorate for Muslims:

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The decision of opening the  new branches in other parts of the country was taken in___ session of Muslim League.

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Who represented Congress in 1st Round Table Conference?

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The objectives of Muslim League after its establishment were presented by:

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The demand of separate electorate was incorporated in:

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The demand of separate electorate by Muslim League was put forward in:

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The act/pact that reflects the Hindu Muslim Unity in the political history of subcontinent was:

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Congress agreed separate electorates for Muslims in:

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The " True Ambassador of Hindu Muslim unity" was:

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The first issue of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad's " Al Hilal" came out on 13 July:

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After Lord Minto II, the Governor General of British India in 1910 was:

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Muslim League demand for principle of self rule for India in the year:

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The Annual session of Congress 1916 was presided over by:

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Congress and Muslim League came closer at the point of:

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The second General Secretary of Muslim League was:

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Congress and Muslim League made agreement on constitutional reforms in:

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Hindu, for the first time accepted Muslims as a separate nation in:

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Muslim League and Congress held their sessions first time in Lucknow in:

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The agreement of constitutional reforms reached by Muslim and Congress are called:

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The duration of reign of Lord Harding was:

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