4) The aim of education as stated by the Wood's
dispatch of 1854 was
(a) The creation of employment opportunities
for native Indians.
(b) The spread of western culture in India.
(c) The promotion of literacy among the people
using English medium of language.
(d) The introduction of scientific research and
rationalism in the traditional Indian education.
Expl:- Wood's Despatch declared that the
aim of Government's educational policy was western
education and western culture.
5) With reference to the entry of European powers
into India which one of the following is not correct?
(a) The Portuguese captured Goa in 1499.
(b) The English opened their first factory in
south Indian at Masulipatnam.
(c) In Eastern India, the English company opened
its first factory in Orissa in 1633.
(d) Under the leadership of Dupleix, the French
occupied Madras in 1746.
Expl:- Portuguese captured Goa in 1510
6) With Reference to Indian freedom Struggle,
which one of the following statements is not correct?
(a) The Rowlatt Act aroused a wave of Popular
indignation and led to the Jallian Wala Bagh Massacre.
(b)Subash Chandra Bose formed the forward Bloc.
(c) Bahagat Singh was one of the founders of Hindustan
Republican Socialist Association.
(d) In 1931, the congress session opposed Gandhi-Irwin
Expl:- In 1931,Karachi session of Congress
supported the Gandhi _ Irwin Pact, sardar Vallabhbhai
Patel was the President for that session.
7) Alam Khan, one of those who invited Babur
to invade India was
(a)An uncle of Ibrahim Lodi and a pretender
to the throne of Delhi
(b)a cousin of Ibrahim Lodi who was ill-treated
and expelled from the country.
(c)The father of Dilwar Khan to whom cruel treatment
was meted out by Ibrahim Lodi.
(d) High official in Punjab Province who was very
much discontented with Ibrahim Lodi's treatment
to his tribe.
Expl:- Alam Khan Lodi, Faujidar of Dipalpur,
was the maternal uncle of Ibrahim Lodi.
8)The battle of dharmat was fought between,
(a)Mohammed Ghori and Jai Chand
(b) Babur and Afgans
(c)Aurangazeb and Dara Shikoh
(d)Ahmed Shah Durrahi and the Marathas