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CBSE 12th History Exam

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CBSE 12th History Exam Objective for Students

The first census was conducted in India at the time of :

(a) Lord Dufferin

(b) Lord Lytton

(c) Lord Mayo

(d) Lord Ripon

Option c – Lord Mayo

When was the monopoly of the East India Company in trade brought under the control of the British Crown?

(a) 1773 A.D.

(b) 1784 A.D.

(c) 1793 A.D.

(d) 1813 A.D.

Option a – 1773 A.D.

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?

(A) ILO

(B) WHO

(C) Security Council

(D) ASEAN

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Who among the following was impeached in England for his actions in India?

(a) Lord Wavell

(b) Warren Hastings

(c) Lord Ripon

(d) Lord Cornwallis

Option b – Warren Hastings

Who was known as the ‘Liberator of the Press’?

(a) Bentick

(b) Hastings

(c) Metcalfe

(d) Macaulay

Option c – Metcalfe

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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Who was responsible for the introduction of English as the official language in India?

(a) Lord William Bentinck

(b) Sir Charles Wood

(c) Marquess of Dalhousie

(d) Allan Octavian Hume

Option b – Sir Charles Wood

Where would you find Alinagar?

(a) Madras

(b) Delhi

(c) Calcutta

(d) Bombay

Option c – Calcutta

The British law which provoked Mahatma Gandhi to crusade for the Asians in South Africa was called :

(a) The Blacks Registration Act

(b) The Asiatic Registration Act

(c) The Coloured’s Licence Act

(d) The Apartheid Act

Option b – The Asiatic Registration Act

Who followed the policy of ‘masterly inactivity’ towards Afghanistan?

(a) Sir John Lawrence

(b) Lord Lytton

(c) Lord Auckland

(d) Sir John Napier

Option a – Sir John Lawrence

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