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The British used to give their government a modern system of education on the Sub Continent. The educational policy of the British Sub Continent (1936-37) mirrored the ideas of Lord Macaulay and Charles Wood speech 1954

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Pakistan Studies MCQs

Pakistan Studies Mcqs II

In Part two all the following topics will be covered in MCQs for the online quiz

British Education Policy

Social, Economics Policies and Communication Networks

ACT 1861

ACT 1892

ACT 1909

ACT 1919

 

 

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1. The first Indian to be included in the administrative council of the Governor-General is?

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2. Who was appointed as a chairman of the Committee in 1835?

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3. Which Commission was set up by Lord Ripon to review the recommendation of Sir Charles Wood?

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4. Under which Law the Department of Education was given in the hand of ministers?

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5. Who reduced salt tax along with eliminating the tax on some items?

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6. What recommendations did the British Viceroy Lord Dalhousie follow?

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7. Who said that “there should be one Director-General of Education across the country?

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8. Who said, "that people of sub-continent would be taught European literature science and philosophy through the English language"?

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9. Under What Law was the British Government’s grip on universities strengthened?

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10. Who founded the department of public works in 1854?

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11. Inspector General for agriculture was appointed in which viceroy period?

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12. When did Lord Curzon Pass the University ACT?

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13. When Lord Mayo made suggestions to improve the established colleges and open new educational institutes in Sub Continent?

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14. In which ACT Muslims were given the right of a separate electorate for the first time?

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15. Who established the department of agriculture?

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16. The first railway line was laid between “Bombay and………?

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17. The rights of the separate electorate were given to Sikhs in?

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18. Indians were given representation in the administrative council of the Governor-General for the ……… in the India Council ACT-1909

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19. Government of India ACT-1919 based on which system?

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20. According to the factory ACT-1881, how many working hours were set for the children’s in factories?

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21. Under Which Law the authority to appoint professors was given to the universities?

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22. Who proposed the establishment of universities in Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay?

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23. In the law of 1813, a section was added and decided that at least how many rupees will be allocated every year for the promotion of literature and science?

 

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24. Which Viceroy increased income tax and imposed the duty on salt?

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25. Montague Chelmsford reforms are called to which ACT?

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26. Who eliminated taxes or reduced on imports?

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27. Who said that "the purpose of our educational system is to create Indians who are apparently Indian but mentally English"?

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28. Which ACT was also called Morley-Minto reforms?

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29. When did Lord Ripon approve the factory act?

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30. Sir Charles Wood presented his views on education which is called?

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31. Where an institute was established by a Christian Pastor on July 15, 1818?

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32. Apart from universities in Bombay Calcutta and Madras, what institutions were established?

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33. Who recommended establishing universities of British-Style in the Indian subcontinent?

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34. When was a committee formed by the British government to solve the dispute of the educational language?

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35. According to which ACT the people of Sub Continent were given to take part as representatives in legislative councils for the first time?

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36. The first railway line was set up in the period of Lord Dalhousie in?

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Prepare your self your for the quiz first. All the quiz MCQs are given below

When Lord Mayo made suggestions to improve the established colleges and open new educational institutes in Sub Continent?

1801

1803

1807

1811

In the law of 1813, a section was added and decided that at least how many rupees will be allocated every year for the promotion of literature and science?

1 Lac

1 million

10 million

100 million

Where an institute was established by a Christian Pastor in July 15, 1818?

Madras

Bambai

Calcutta

Aligarh

When was a committee formed by the British government to solve the dispute of the educational language?

1931

1935

1933

1937

Who was appointed as a chairman of the Committee in 1835?

Lord Ripon

Lord Macaulay

Lord Curzon

Lord Mayo

Who said, “that people of sub-continent would be taught European literature science and philosophy through the English language”?

Lord Ripon

Lord Macaulay

Lord Auckland

Lord Mayo

Sir Charles Wood presented his views on education which is called:

British Education Charted

Educational policy of wood?

Green educational system

Wood’s speech

Who recommended establishing universities of British-Style in the Indian sub continent?

 Sir Charles Wood

Lord Macaulay

Lord Auckland

Lord Mayo

Who said that “there should be one Director-General of Education across the country?

Lord Macaulay

Sir Charles Wood

Lord Auckland

Lord Mayo

Which Commission was set up by Lord Ripon to review the recommendation of Sir Charles Wood?

Law Commission

Education Commission

Hunter Commission

Macaulay Commission

When did Lord Curzon Pass the University ACT?

1901

1902

1903

1904

Under Which Law the authority to appoint professors was given to the universities?

Hunter Commission

Macaulay Commission

Wood’s Speech

University ACT

Under What Law was the British Government’s grip on universities strengthened?

University ACT

Hunter Commission

Macaulay Commission

Wood’s Speech

Under which Law the Department of Education was given in the hand of ministers?

ACT 1835

ACT 1919 and 1935

ACT 1858

ACT 1909

Who said that “the purpose of our educational system is to create Indians who are apparently Indian but mentally English”?

Sir Charles Wood

Lord Auckland

Lord Macaulay

Lord Mayo

What recommendations did the British Viceroy Lord Dalhousie follow?

Auckland

Macaulay

University commission

Wood

Who proposed the establishment of universities in Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay?

Sir Charles Wood

Lord Auckland

Lord Macaulay

Lord Ripon

Apart from universities in Bombay Calcutta and Madras, what institutions were established?

Parks

Hotels

High Courts

Technical schools

According to which ACT the people of Sub Continent were given to take part as representatives in legislative councils for the first time?

ACT 1858

ACT 1861

ACT 1909

ACT 1935

When did Lord Ripon approve the factory act?

1880

1881

1882

1883

According to the factory ACT-1881, how many working hours were set for the children in factories?

6

7

8

9

Which Viceroy increased income tax and imposed the duty on salt?

Sir Charles Wood

Lord Auckland

Lord Mayo

Lord Macaulay

Who established the department of agriculture?

Mayo

Charles Wood

Auckland

Macaulay

Who eliminated taxes or reduced on imports?

Lord Elgin

Lord Lytton

Lord Mayo

Lord North Brook

Who reduced salt tax along with eliminating the tax on some items?

Lord Ripon

Lord Elgin

Lord Lytton

Lord North Brook

Inspector General for agriculture was appointed in which viceroy period?

Lord Ripon

Lord Curzon

Lord Elgin

Lord Lytton

Who founded the department of public works in 1854?

Lord Ripon

Lord Curzon

Lord Dalhousie

Lord Lytton

The first railway line was set up in the period of Lord Dalhousie in?

1849

1851

1853

1855

The first railway line was laid between “Bombay and………?

Puna

Mewar

Agra

Thane

Which ACT was also called Morley-Minto reforms?

India Council ACT-1861

India Council ACT-1892

India Council ACT-1909

Government of India ACT-1919

In which ACT Muslims were given the right of a separate electorate for the first time?

Government of India ACT-1935

India Council ACT-1892

India Council ACT-1909

Government of India ACT-1919

Indians were given representation in the administrative council of the Governor-General for the ………?

3rd times

1st time

4th times

2nd times

The first Indian to be included in the administrative council of the Governor-General is?

Quaid e Azam

Ghandi

Raj Acharia Karpalani

Mr. S P Sinha

Montague Chelmsford reforms are called to which ACT?

Government of India ACT-1935

India Council ACT-1892

India Council ACT-1909

Government of India ACT-1919

Government of India ACT-1919 based on which system?

Single house

Dyarchy (two sets of government)

Princely

Presidential

The rights of the separate electorate were given to Sikhs in?

India Council ACT-1861

India Council ACT-1892

India Council ACT-1909

Government of India ACT-1919