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General Knowledge MCQS

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General Knowledge MCQS

General Knowledge MCQS
General Knowledge MCQS

General Knowledge MCQS, Here we provide 20 mcqs of General Knowledge MCQS with answers. The right answer show by bold

Who killed the sons of Mughal emperor?
a) Hugh Rose
b) Lt. Hodson
c) Nichlson
d) Campbell

Who recaptured Delhi?
a) Campbell
b) Nicholson
c) Hugh Rose
d) Hudson

Banaras and Allahabad were recaptured by
a) Neill
b) Willson
c) Hudson
d) Campbell

Lucknow and Bareilly were reoccupied by
a) Hugh Rose
b) Watson
c) Sleeman
d) Campbell

Kanpur was finally recovered by
a) Campbell
b) Robert Clive
c) Canning
d) Campbell

The viceroy who introduced Doctrine of Laps?
a) Lord Wellesley
b) Lord Dalhousie
c) Lord Minto
d) Lord Canning

As per the Parliament Act of 1858
a) East India company was abolished
b) Redesignation of Governor General of India as viceroy
c) Secretary of State for India was responsible for administration
d) All the above

The Governor General who abolished the titles of Carnatic Nawab and Raja of Tanjore and
refused pension to Name Saheb?

a) Lord Dalhousie
b) Lord Minto
c) Lord Wellesley
d) Lord Bentinck

Bahadur Shah was died in Rangoon in
a) 1834
b) 1862
c) 1843
d) 1854

Who was the adopted sun of last Peshwa Baji Rao II?
a) Nana Saheb
b) Madhav Rao
c) Raghunath Rao
d) Narayana Rao

Bahadur Shah was died in Rangoon in
a) 1834
b) 1862
c) 1843
d) 1854

The Governor General who abolished the titles of Carnatic Nawab and Raja of Tanjore and
refused pension to Name Saheb

a) Lord Dalhousie
b) Lord Minto
c) Lord Wellesley
d) Lord Bentinck

Queen victoria’s proclamation was read at Allahabad Durbar on
a) 2nd May, 1845
b) 1st Nov. 1858
c) 4th June, 1843
d) 6th July, 1844

Jhansi and Gwalior were recovered by
a) Sleeman
b) Watsan
c) Hugh Rose
d) Campbell

Who was the first secretary of state for India?
a) Hunter
b) Mecauley
c) Charles wood
d) Morley

Who called 1857 Revolt as the First War of Indian Independence?
a) Dadabhai Naoroji
b) V.D. Savarkar
c) B.K.Dutt
d) Gopala Krishna Gokale

The Sepoy of the Third Cavalry at Meerut revolted on
a) 10th May, 1857
b) 21st June, 1832
c) 22nd April, 1833
d) 1st October, 1856

The Vellore Mutiny took place in
a) 1805
b) 1802
c) 1806
d) 1807

Mangal Pandey sepoy of the 34th Native Infantry Stationed at Barrakpur killed Lieutenant on
a) 21st March, 1857
b) 29th March, 1857
c) 23rd May, 1857
d) 22nd June, 1857

The revolt started at Dum Dum on
a) 23rd January, 1857
b) 22nd May, 1856
c) 23rd June,1844
d) 30th July, 1832

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