UGC Net Exam History

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UGC Net Exam History Objective for Students

Which Factory Act limited the working hours to 11 for women and 7 for children below the age of 14?

(a) Factories Act of 1881

(b) Factories Act of 1891

(c) Factories Act of 1911

(d) Factories Act of 1922

Option d – Factories Act of 1922

Which of the following was not an Indian business interest?

(a) Textiles

(b) Chemicals

(c) Iron and Steel

(d) Jute

Option d – Jute

The cotton boom in India was associated with

(a) Spanish War

(b) Crimean War

(c) American Civil War

(d) First World War

Option c – American Civil War

In the 19th century, the system of making advances by European planters to Indian cultivators was specific to which of the following?

(a) Jute

(b) Tea

(c) Indigo and Rubber

(d) Indigo and Opium

Option d – Indigo and Opium

Opium cultivation in the 19th century was largely concentrated in

(a) Punjab

(b) Bihar and Malwa

(c) Deccan districts

(d) Bengal and Assam

Option b – Bihar and Malwa

In the 19th century, which international event brought about the switch to jute as a packaging material thus providing an impetus to the development of the jute industry in India?

(a) Crimean War

(b) American Civil War

(c) Opening of the Suez Canal

(d) Russo-Japanese War

Option a – Crimean War

Between 1883 and 1914, the largest item in India’s export trade was

(a) Indigo

(b) Cotton

(c) Jute

(d) Foodgrains

Option d – Foodgrains

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