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MCQs from History class 8 NCERT - Part 1
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Course covering most probable MCQ's from History Class 8 NCERT covering topics from Modern Indian history. The sub topics are establishing Trade by various countries in India, Tribals and Sikhs of golden age, 1857 revolt, colonialism and city of Delhi

Sathvika Sabineni
From Hyderabad, Qualified for UPSC CSE Mains, loves to make decorative items with Newspaper

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with respect to question 9 The Nawab of Awadh was the first to enter into such an alliance after the battle of Buxar 1764. Tipu Sultan of Mysore refused to do so, but after the British victory in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, Mysore was forced to become a subsidiary state. The Nizam of Hyderabad was the First to accept the "Well Framed" Subsidiary Alliance. After the Third Anglo-Maratha War, the Maratha ruler Baji Rao II also accepted a subsidiary alliance. several states like: Awadh (After The Battle of Buxar, 1764), Hyderabad (1798 and 1800), Tanjore (1799), Bhonsle (1803), and Indore(1817) adopted this system.
thnks for the great infromation.
Aarifa Nadeem
a year ago
thanks for this information
I guess the question no.3 should be framed as "Which was the first river bank where english company was set up ?" instead of where first company was setup as its answer is surat .. which was established in 1613
first factory establish in surt in 1613 was correct second factory establish in calcutta on bank river hughli in 1651 its first factory established near bank of river hugli.
Diwani rights allow you to collect revenue or use the state's revenue? Clarify please
Sachin Tikki
3 years ago
bro it is right to collect land revenue accg to ncert.
Hardik Siroha
3 years ago
ya even i thought same. that question's answers is given wrong here.
If we collect revenue we will use it right!!! When they got the power to collect revenue in the form of Diwali rights they started using revenue for their vested interests. Hope I made it clear ????
Hardik Siroha
3 years ago
oh ok, if we look at this way then its true. Thanks
Aarifa Nadeem
a year ago
it is true
J0
Ma'am, regarding the first English factory in India, we can two possible answers - Surat or Masulipatnam - around 1611-12. But it was definitely NOT Calcutta! (This could be misleading for many of us :( )
wrt question 3 the factory on hoogly was set up in 1651 which evidently makes it clear that this wasnt the first one ... its so elementary .how can u get this one wrong...the first factory had to be bet surat or masulipatnam n neither of them is on hooghly.. i had come here with high expectations,all have been dashed..god knows where else u have erred.. damn
Vinay yadav
3 years ago
ncerts are not the gospels of truth..like i have mentioned there is a contention between surat n masulipatnam as to where the first factory was set up n the one set up on hoogli ,its date is 1651 as being suggested at multiple sources .just wanted a clarification as to y this inconsistency is coming up..what i am saying in embedded in reliable iinformation provided by google
  1. MCQ'S History Class 8 NCERT Presented by Sathvika


  2. ABOUT ME B.Tech (ECE) Qualified for UPSC CSE Mains Appeared for inter view IBPS PO twice, Air Force ppeared for interview twice, FCI(MT) Hobbies: News paper craft, candle making Rate, Review, Recommend


  3. 1.Choose the incorrect statements 1. In 1600 East India company(EIC) along with others was issued right to trade with India 2. British did not focus on surveying the land in India a. Only 1 b. Onlv 2 . Both 1&2 d. None of the above e abOVe


  4. Solution: C 1.EIC granted the sole right to trade- monopoly 2.Surveved as thev believed it necessary for effective administration


  5. 2. The first country to enter India for trade a. Portugese b. Dutch C. French d. English


  6. Solution: A


  7. 3. First English factory was set up on te banks of river a. Ganga a. Cranga b. C c. Penna auvery d. Hugli


  8. Solution: D


  9. The mughal emperor who granted Farman to EIC enabling right to duty free trade a. Aurangazeb b. Murshid Quli khan ur shi c. Sirajuddaula d. Mir qasim


  10. Solution: A Murshid Quli khan- Nawab of bengal Murshid Quli khan Nawab of bengal Sirajuddaulah-Battle of plassey Mir gasim-battle of buxar ir qasim-battle of buxar


  11. 5. D iwani rights were influential in expanding territory of british. What are Diwani rights? a. To carry duty free trade b. To use vast revenues of state c- To take control of neighbouring state d. None of the above


  12. Solution: B


  13. Solution:D They relied on political,diplomatic methods and militarv was used rarely 1. 2. Corrupt officials were called Nabobs


  14. 8.Ruler who established close relationship with French than with Englislh with French than with Englis a. Tipu sultan b. Mir Jafar c. Mir Qasim d. Baji rao


  15. 9. Subsidiary alliance was forced on which states? 1. Hyderabad 2 Awadh 3. Mysore 4. Jhansi Choose the correct statements a. Only 1,2,3 b. Only 1,3,4 c. Only 2,3,4 d. Only 1,2


  16. Solution: A Jhansi-Doctrine of lapse


  17. 10. Choose the correct statements 1. Doctrine of lapse is the brain child of Dalhousie 2. Awadh was annexed as there is no male heir under doctrine of lapse hoose the correct options a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both1,2 d. None of the above


  18. Solution: A Awadh annexed-misgovernance


  19. 12.Choose the correct statements 1. Criminal court- faujdari adalat 2. Civil court-diwani adalat Chose the correct options a. Only1 b. Only 2 c. Both d. none


  20. 13.British administrator who faced impeachment in British parliament filed bv Edmund Burke is a. Dalhousie b. Robert clive c. Warren hastings c. Warren hastings d. Cornwallis


  21. 14.Consider the following statements 1. Qazi- judge 2. Mufti-jurist of muslim community Choose the correct statements a. Only1 b. Only 2 c. Both d. none


  22. Solution: C


  23. 15 Supreme court was established under 15.Supreme court was established under a. Regulating act, 1773 b. Pitt's India act, 1984 c. Government of India act,1858 d. Government of India act,1919


  24. Solution: A