History Paper-2 Quiz for UGC NET Exam

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History Paper-2 Quiz

1.   “The attempt to extend Mughal administration over Golconda, Bijapur and Karnataka stretched the Mughal empire to a breaking point _ _ _ _ _ perhaps, Aurangzeb might have been better advised to accept the suggestion put forward by his eldest son, Shah Alam, for a settlement with Bijapur and Golconda, annex only a part of their territories, and let them rule over Karnataka which was far away and difficult to manage”.

These are the views of :

    (1)  Jadu Nath Sarkar
    (2)  Athar Ali
    (3)  Satish Chandra
    (4)  J.F. Richards

2.   What is not true about the Mughal court etiquetters ?
    (1)  When the darbar proceedings were on, nobles were not permitted to sit.
    (2)  In 1683 Aurangzeb issued an order that mansabdars below the rank of 2000, when taking leave of the emperor should not wait for fatiha to be read.
    (3)  In 1693 Aurangzeb ordered that the colour of the garments of the Umara should not be red.
    (4)  The nobles were to wear nima astin and wrap a shawl round their shoulders in the presence of the emperor.

3.   Where did a school develop where manuscripts, including that of the dictionary Miftah ul Fuzala were profusely illustrated ?
    (1)  Bengal
    (2)  Malwa
    (3)  Gujarat
    (4)  Deccan

4.   Chronologically arrange the advent of European Commercial Companies into India.

(a) Portugues (b) British (c) Dutch (d) French
Select the correct answer from the codes given below :

    (1)  (d), (b), (a), (c)
    (2)  (c), (a), (d), (b)
    (3)  (b), (d), (a), (c)
    (4)  (a), (c), (b), (d)

5.   Consider the following statements relating to the military operations of Count de Lally in the Carnatic :

(a) The Home Government instructed Lally to gradually penetrate inland.

(b) To participate in the mutual quarrels of Indian princes to the best advantage of the French in India.

(c) To concentrate his efforts upon seizing the fortified stations of the English on the Indian coast.

(d) To introduce reforms which were deemed necessary for the company’s administration.

Select the correct answer from the codes given below :

    (1)  (a), (b) and (c) are correct
    (2)  (b), (c) and (d) are correct
    (3)  (a) and (b) are correct
    (4)  (c) and (d) are correct

6.   Between whom the Treaty of Bassein was signed in 1802 ?
    (1)  The Gaekwars of Baroda and the Marquis of Wellesley
    (2)  Malharrao Holkar and Mountstuart Elphinstone
    (3)  Peshwa Baji Rao II and the Marquis of Wellesley
    (4)  Raja Pratap Singh of Satara and Mountstuart Elphinstone

7.   Which of the following tribes did not form a part of the Kol Rebellion in 1832 – 33 ?
    (1)  Chuars
    (2)  Hos
    (3)  Bhils
    (4)  Munda

8.   Who among the following did not belong to the Baptist missionary group ?
    (1)  William Carey
    (2)  Montalambert
    (3)  Joshua Marshman
    (4)  William Ward

9.   Dayanand Saraswati was not against which of the following religious idea ?
    (1)  Idolatory
    (2)  Polytheism
    (3)  Pantheism
    (4)  Veneration of Cow

10.   Identify among the following who was not an Orientalist ?
    (1)  H.T. Colebrooke
    (2)  Charles Grant
    (3)  William Carey
    (4)  James Princeps



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