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CAT Exam History Objective for Students

The system of open competitions through examination for entering the civil service was introduced in :

(a) 1813

(b) 1833

(c) 1853

(d) 1858

Option c – 1853

Who of the following refused to allow the adopted son of Lakshmibai to succeed to the throne after the death of her husband, and subsequently annexed the State?

(a) Lord Canning

(b) Lord William Bentinck

(c) Lord Dalhousie

(d) Lord Wellesley

Option c – Lord Dalhousie

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?



(C) Security Council


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The earliest public association formed in the history of modern India in 1837 was :

(a) the Landholder’s Society

(b) the Bengal British Indian Society

(c) the British India Association

(d) the Madras Native Association

Option a – the Landholder’s Society

The name of the periodical among the following published by Mahatma Gandhi during his stay in South Africa :

(a) Navjiwan

(b) India Gazette

(c) Afrikaner

(d) Indian Opinion

Option d – Indian Opinion

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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Which British Governor-General introduced a Postage Stamp in India?

(a) Lord Dalhousie

(b) Lord Auckland

(c) Lord Canning

(d) Lord William Bentinck

Option a – Lord Dalhousie

Which of the following laid the foundation of the British Civil Service in India?

(a) Warren Hastings

(b) Lord Cornwallis

(c) Lord Wellesley

(d) Lord Canning

Option b – Lord Cornwallis

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