[ Wrong Answers Corrected ] UPSC Previous Year Question 1979-1994 History


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We have corrected the history section [1979-1994] of the 4000 IAS Previous Year Question  Booklet.

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This  pdf Contains 4000 UPSC Prelims Previous Year Questions Segregated subject wise[ solved]
As you must have known from various sources UPSC Repeats Previous  Questions from the static Portion [ Sometimes Copy Paste, some times questions are rephrased , sometimes wrong answers are used to frame questions ] . The number of such repeated question has been 30 + every year .
There are two reasons for the repetition  
1. Almost the complete syllabus has been touched in these Questions , and almost all the questions related to important topics like Indian Independence movement have been asked . From where they will bring the new Questions ?

2.  While making the question they are asked to prepare questions which can be solved by general graduates irrespective of their graduation stream . So they are bound and can not ask deep rooted tough questions [ which only a graduate in that stream can answer] . And Hence they repeat Questions which contain key words like Rowlatt act  ,  Pitts India Act , ozone depletion , Greenhouse gases , etc

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[1979-1994 History ]
Who was the famous Deccan Hindu King
whose fleet crossed the Bay of Bengal with an army and
conquered a number of states in Sumatra, Java and Malaysia ?
(a) Rajaraja I
(b) Rajendra Chola
(c) Pulakesin
(d) Mahipala II
The basic education advocated by Gandhiji
in Wardha Congress is related with
(a) Compulsory elementary education
(b) Social islevance of education to society
(c) Demand of separate institutions for
(d) Compulsory military training for every student
following four resolutions were passed.
That in the opinion of this conference, free and compulsory education be provided on a nation-wide scale.
That the medium of instruction be the mother tongue.
That the process of education through this period should centre round some form of manual productive work suitable for the local condition.
That the conference expects that the system of education will be gradually able to cover the remuneration of the teacher.

The conference then appointed a committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. Zakir Hussain to prepare a detailed education plan and syllabus on the lines of the above resolutions.

What is the correct order of happenings of
the following three events in the British rule in India ?
I. Rawlatt Act
II. Hunter Report
III. Jallianwallah Bagh Tragedy
(b) II, I, III
(c) III, II, I
(d) II, III, I

Which of the following Acts gave representation to Indians for
the first time in legislatures ?
(a) The Indian Councils Act. 1909
(b) The Indian Councils Act, 1919
(c) The Government of India Act, 1935
(d) None of the above
Indian Council Act of 1861 provided association of indians -Three indians were nominated to the legislative council of the viceroy

Which of the following statements is true
about Annie Besant ?
(i) She was the President of Indian National
(ii) She was the founder of the Asiatic
(iii) She was the founder of the
Theosophical Society
(a) (i) and (ii)
(b) (i) and (iii)
(c) (i) only
(d) (i), (ii) and (iii)
Theosophical Society-Baltvasky
Asiatic Society- William Jones
The ancient Indian coins were introduced
during the
(a) 3rd century AD
(b) 3rd century BC
(c) Kanishka’s period
(d) Ashoka’s reign
metal currency was minted in India well before the Mauryan Empire (322–185 BCE),[5] and as radio carbon dating indicates, before the 5th century BCE

Which of the following Acts was introduced
by the Britishers
to remove the shortcomings of the
Regulating Act ?
(a) Pitt’s India Act, 1784
(b) Rowlatt Act
(c) The Charter Act of 1793
(d) Government of India Act 1919

Amending Act of 1781 was passed to rectify the mistake,after that 1784 act passed to rectify the defects of previous two acts .Most appropriate answer thus can be A.

Which of the following pairs is wrongly
matched ?
(a) New India 1. Henry Cotton
(b) Khilafat 2. Maulana Azad movement
(c) Communal 3. McDonald award
(d) Bardoli 4. Sardar Patel satyagraha

New India(daily)- B.C.Pal
New India(weekly)- annie besant

The supremacy and sovereignty of ‘Khalifa
of Baghdad was strictly observed by Muslim kings in India
(a) ‘Khalifa’ was treated as religious head of
the Muslim community
(b) ‘Khalifa’ was treated as the legal head of
the Muslim community
(c) All the Muslim States in the world used
to pay tributes to him
(d) He used to decide all the cases

Indianisation of the Civil Services was
done by
(a) Lord Ripon
(b) Lord Mayo
(c) Lord Lytton
(d) Lord Reading

Lytton-Statuory civil services for indians
Reading- eshtablished Public service DCommission
The Montagu-Chelmsford Report accepted in principle the demand for Indianisation of the higher civil services and accordingly a provision for this was made in the Government of India Act, 1919

Which of the following is not true about
Mughal army ?
(a) Mughal army was mainly standing army.
(b) It had large cavalry.
(c) When Mughal army used to come out, it
seemed as if population
of a big city is emerging.
(d) It had large infantry.

MahmudGawan was the Prime Minister in
(a) Gujarat kingdom
(b) Kingdom of Kashmir
(c) Bahmani kingdom
(d)Kingdom of Mysore

Consider the following events:
1. Hunter Commission
2. Charles Wood’s Dispatch
3. Sadler Commission
4. Raleigh Commission
Their correct chronological sequence is
(a) 3 — 2 — 1 — 4
(b) 2 — 1 — 4 — 3
(c) 1 _ 4 — 3 — 2
(d)4 — 3 — 2 — 1
Among the four pairs given below which one
consists of a correct combination of dignitaries who
became Vice-presidents after having held diplomatic posts like
Ambassadors and High Commissioners?
(a) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and G.S. Pathak
(b) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and V.V. Giri
(c) Dr. Zakir Hussain and K.R. Narayanan
(d) B.D. Jatti and K.R. Narayanan

The first political organisation established in
India in 1838 was known as
(a) British India Society
(b) Bengal British India Society
(c) Settlers Association
(d) Zamindary Association

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