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MCQs from History class 8 NCERT - Part 3
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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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sir also do a course for mechanical stream students about what are the opportunities we have after our degree. pls sir
I don't find questions very much impressive. Most of the times the question are asked from the small boxes in book instead of the main content. e.g. do you really think upsc can ask the meaning of cul-de-sac.
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Really a very nice way of covering ncert books.. Thank u so much mam for your priceless efforts and thank you unacademy team for this initiative of educating India through modern means. Hats off to you all
Heyyy Avantibhai is not mentioned anywhere I'm the ncert That I have How come
  1. MCQ'S History Class 8 NCERT Presented by Sathvika


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  3. 1.Consider the following revolts and places of origin 1. Sonogram sangama -central provinces 2. Forest satyagraha- Assam Choose the incorrect statements a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1,2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  4. Solution:C interchange


  5. 2.Governor-general during outbreakof 1857 revolt a. Lord canning b. Lord dalhousie c. Warren hastings d. Cornwalis


  6. Solution: A Dalhousie-1848-1856


  7. 3.Consider the following statements 1. In 1842 sepoys refused to go to Burma through sea route for the 2. In 1856 a new law for company's army serving oversees was first time passed Choose the correct statements a. Only1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1,2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  8. Solution: B In 1824 refused to go to Burma through SEA ROUTE


  9. 4. Consider the statements about first war of independence 1. Bahadur shah readily agreed to fight British 2. After British routed from Delhi there was no uprising for almost a week Choose the incorrect statements a Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1,2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  10. Solution: A


  11. 5. match the following A. Birjis Qadr B. Ahmadullah shah C. Bakth khan D. Kunwar singh a. A-1,B-3,C-2,D-4 b. A-2,B-4,C-3,D-1 c. A-3,B-1,C-4, D-2 d. A-4,B-2,C-1,D-3 A. Birjisadr 1. Delhi 2. Faizabad 3. Bihar 4. Lucknow


  12. Solution: D


  13. Solution: B Avantibhai lodhi- Mandla region, MP Begum Zinat Mahal- wife of Bahadur shah Rani Channamma- anti-british movement in kittor, karnataka ,arrested in 1824 ,died 1829 Other woman: Begum Hazrat mahal- Lucknow


  14. 8. Consider the following statements 1. Dalhousie decided that Bahadur shah would be last king 2. Bahadur shah was sent to Kabul for exile Choose the incorrect statements a. Only 1 b, c. Both 1,2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  15. 9. Consider the following statements about 1858 act 1. Powers transferred to British crown 2. No further annexation of territories 3. Proportion of Indian soldiers in army reduced Choose the correct statements a. Only 1,2 b. Only 2,3 c. Only 1,3 d. Only 1,2,3


  16. Solution:ID


  17. 10. Secretary of state for India is member of House of commons House of lords British cabinet Previous governor-general a. b. c. d.


  18. Solution:C


  19. 12. Who named 1857 revolt as first war of independence a. V D Savarkar b. Mahatma Gandhi c. Bhagat Singh d. Lala lajpat rai


  20. 13. Masulipatnam a famous town in colonial period is in present day a. Tamilnadu b. Puducherry c. Telangana d. Andhra pradesh


  21. 14. cul-de-sac meant a. Water channels b. Gardens c. Street with an end d. Fountains


  22. Solution:C


  23. 15. Choose the statements about 1858 act 1. was confiscated 1. 2. dand property of muslims was confiscated Lan British decided to respect religious and social practices Choose the correct statements a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1,2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  24. Solution:C