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ACADEMY 1
Answer Key with Explaination

1. Question:1
Ans: C
Explaination: On 6th nov 1831 attack was launched.
2.
Ans: A
Explaination: In 1854 bir singh led the activitied of social banditry.
3.
Ans: B
Explaination: Jagat seths – Moneyleaders from Bengal.They helped clive during
Battle of plassey.
4.
Ans: B
Explaination: In 1860 Nil Darpan (Mirror of the Indigo) by Dina Bandhu Mitra.
5.
Ans: D
Explaination: In May 1875, in supa a village near poona.
6.
Ans: D
Explaination: They played a signifivant role in making criticism about colonial
economy.
7.
Ans: A
Explaination: Bala Gangadhar Tilak – militant Nationalism.
8.
Ans: C
Explaination: 1914 –world war I
9.
Ans: B
Explaination: 1916- lucknow session. It is also called as lucknow pact.

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10.
Ans: C
Explaination: Bipin Chandra pal –Extrinist.
11.
Ans: B
Explaination: Failure of 1857 revolt was absence of central authority.
12.
Ans: A
Explaination: In 1855 an act was passed to regulate the terrirories occupied by
the santhals.
13.
Ans: D
Explaination: Dudu mian laid emphasis on the egalitarian nature of religion.
14.
Ans: C
Explaination: 1859-1860 Indigo Revolt.
15.
Ans: B
Explaination:1852- Madras Native Association.
16.
Ans: C
Explaination: ii- Economic exploitation of India was Primary reason.
III – One of the common goals of the extremist leaders was to
achieve swaraj or self rule.
17.
Ans: B
Explaination: 12 January 1914- smuts- Gandhi Agreement . The poll tax on
indentured labored labourers was abolished.
18.
Ans: D
Explaination: Held at Delhi in November 1919.
19.
Ans: D

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Explaination: Adopted on 9 June 1920 during the khilafat committee meeting in


Allahabad.
20.
Ans: D
Explaination: Gandhi supported shaukat ali’s proposal of these three nationals
slogans.
21.
Ans: A
Explaination: Announced in February 1922.
22.
Ans: B
Explaination: Gandhi was deeply influenced by these three books.
23.
Ans: C
Explaination: 1905- The Phoenix settlement
1910- The Tolstoy farm.
24.
Ans: A
Explaination:During champaran sathyagraha, he disobeyed the order. Thus this
is the first civil disobedience movement.
25.
Ans: D
Explaination: Edward Gait served as lieutenant Governor for both Bihar &
Orissa during champaran Sathyagraha.
Tinkathisa – 3/20 to cultivate Indigo Plants.
26.
Ans: B
Explaination: Jinnah was an adamant supporter of hindu muslim unity.
27.
Ans: B
Explaination: 1917- Russian Revolution
Communist party of india founded at Tashkent,Uzbekistan in October 1920.
28.

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Ans: D
Explaination: 1934- The Congredd Socialist party was formed.
29.
Ans: C
Explaination: In 1933 – Rahmat Ali a student of Cambridge University
conceived this idea.
30.
Ans: A
Explaination: Congress Radio functioned underground till November 1942.
31.
Ans: D
Explaination: 1920- September approved NCM.
1920 – December It was passed.
32.
Ans: D
Explaination: Government of India act 1935.
The key features of the act were provincial autonomy & diarchy at
the centre.
33.
Ans: C
Explaination: Tripuri Congress Session, 1939.
34.
Ans: D
Explaination: Naokhali- now in Bangladesh.
35.
Ans: C
Explaination: On 18 July 1947, Indian Independence Act was passed by the
British Parliament.
36.
Ans: B
Explaination: It was started by Gazulu lakshminarasu, Srinivasanar in 1852.
37.
Ans: A

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Explaination: Appointed in 1877.


38.
Ans: B
Explaination: Started by G.Subramaniam
It became a daily in 1899.
39.
Ans: C
Explaination: It was started on 16 may by M.Veeraragavachari, P.Ananda Charlu
, P.Rangaiah.
40.
Ans: A
Explaination: Partition of Bengal, 1905
41.
Ans: A
Explaination: V.O.C plied these two ships between Thoothukudi and Colombo.
42.
Ans: B
Explaination: V.O.C is the head of the coral Mill strike.
43.
Ans: D
Explaination: Started by Nilakanda brahmachari.
44.
Ans: A
Explaination: Annie Besant wrote two books namely,
1. How India wrought for Freedom.
2. India : A Nation
45.
Ans: B
Explaination: correct pair
MNA -Torture Commission
EVR periyar - Vaikom Hero
S.N.Somayajulu - Removal of Neil Statue
Vedaranayam - Salt satiyagraha

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Thalamuthu - Anti-Hindi agitation.


46.
Ans:
Explaination: Torture Act, Which justified the collection of land revenue
through torture was abolished.
47.
Ans: A
Explaination: Rawlatt act is also Known as “ Black Act”
48.
Ans: C
Explaination:Observed on the meeting presided over by Maulana Shaukat Ali.
49.
Ans: B
Explaination: Rajaji worked closely with him.
50.
Ans: A
Explaination: George Joseph Helped this a lot.
51.
Ans: C
Explaination: Established in 1924.
52.
Ans: D
Explaination: It is appointed to review the act of 1919.
53.
Ans: B
Explaination: Died on 11 January 1939.
54.
Ans: A
Explaination: The people of madhurai called him fondly because for the service
he rendered to theaffected communities.
55.
Ans: B

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Explaination: Rowlatt Sathyagraha addressal.


56.
Ans: C
Explaination: Public works, Educational are in transferred subjects.
57.
Ans: C
Explaination: They failed to stem the communal nots.
58.
Ans: A
Explaination: Muslim league popular under the ali brothers.
59.
Ans: B
Explaination:
 Mylai chinnathambi Raja (1883-1943)
 Bhimrao ramji ambedkar.
60.
Ans: B
Explaination: Khudai khidmatgar also kknown as the red shirts.
61.
Ans: B
Explaination: Direct Democracy => Direct Participation of the people.
62.
Ans: A
Explaination: Parliament has two houses.
Rajya sabha & lok Sabha
63.
Ans: B
Explaination: Final decision – prime Minister
Final Authority – People
64.
Ans: C
Explaination: Parliament construction began in 1921 & ended in 1927.
65.

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Ans: D
Explaination: Direct democracy practiced in Switzerland.
66.
Ans: A
Explaination: 25th January - Voters day.
67.
Ans: B
Explaination: pressure group also called as interest groups.
68.
Ans: D
Explaination: Election commission formed on 25 January 1950.
69.
Ans: C
Explaination: coduct of Election rules came into force in 25 April 1961.
70.
Ans: B
Explaination:
 Elected members of both houses of parliament.
 Nominated members of legislative assemblies are not eligible.
71.
Ans: A
Explaination: The pressure groups are called as vested groups .
72.
Ans: C
Explaination: India – Multi party system.
73.
Ans: A
Explaination: At Least 6% Votes in at least 4 states.
74.
Ans: C
Explaination: Election Commission – Independent Body.
75.
Ans: B

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Explaination: UNO- United Nations Organisation.


76.
Ans: C
Explaination: held on 10th December 1948.
77.
Ans: A
Explaination: Article 29&30Deals with cultural rights.
78.
Ans: D
Explaination:
 Fundamental rights are guaranted by constitution.
 Fundamental rights are enforceable under law.
79.
Ans: B
Explaination: 42nd amendment Act 1976.
80.
Ans: D
Explaination: UDHR’S-Article 25 => Rights of the child.
81.
Ans: A
Explaination: Special care is given for Vulnerable children.
82.
Ans: D
Explaination: SHRC=> Powers within State.
83.
Ans: D
Explaination: women self help group not created by Ambedkar.
84.
Ans: B
Explaination: This act provides ancestral property rights were given to womens.
85.
Ans: A
Explaination:

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 Fundamental rights – part III


 Fundamental duties – part IV A
86.
Ans: C
Explaination: District collection.
87.
Ans: A
Explaination: Under L.M>Singhvi Committee(1986)
88.
Ans: B
Explaination: This committee told ‘ grass without roots’.
89.
Ans: D
Explaination: 1919- Periyar introduced piped water supply scheme.
90.
Ans: A
Explaination: State Election Commission-1993.
91.
Ans: B
Explaination: Communist development programme & National Extension
Service Became a basis for the Great Charter on Panjayat Raj.
92.
Ans: A
Explaination: Panchayats-12618
93.
Ans: A
Explaination: Mayor- term of office 5 years.
94.
Ans: C
Explaination: Municipal Commissioner- Administrative officer.
95.
Ans: D
Explaination: Kerala –July 2018 Act passed.

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96.
Ans: C
Explaination: Democracy In Ancient Athend 5th century.
97.
Ans: B
Explaination: Right to vote – Universal adult Franchise.
98.
Ans: A
Explaination: One of the pressure groups in India.
99.
Ans: C
Explaination: Opposition party leader – He examines the public money used for
the well being of people.
100.
Ans: D
Explaination: NOTA first introduced in India in 2009.

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