Multiple choice question(M.C.Q.) Social Science HSLC Exam 2023

Tangla, 01 Mar 2023: Multiple choice (MC), objective response, or MCQ (for multiple choice questions) is a form of an objective assessment in which respondents are asked to select only correct answers from the choices offered as a list. The following Multiple choice question(M.C.Q.) of the Social Science HSLC Exam 2023 are demonstrations and simple for the upcoming SEBA Class X 2023 Examination. 

Multiple choice question(M.C.Q.) Social Science HSLC Exam 2023
Multiple choice question(M.C.Q.) Social Science HSLC Exam 2023

New Syllabus (Class X) of SEBA, Social Science

1. During whose Governor General regime Tenant Act, was Rayotwari and India? Mahalwari Systems were introduced in India? (HSLC-2015)

(a) Lord Warren Hustings 

(b) Lord Cornwallis

(c) Lord William Bentinck

(d) Lord Dalhousie 

Ans. :(b) Lord Cornwallis.

2. Which British administrator helped in the formation of the Muslim League in 1906?


(a) Lord Curzon

(b) Lord Minto

(c) Lord Ripon

(d) Lord Cornwallis

Ans. :(b) Lord Minto. 

3. During whose tenure was the 'Partition Plan of Bengal' executed? (HSLC-2017)

(a) Lord Mountbatten

(b) Lord William Bentinck

(c) Lord Dalhousie

(d) Lord Curzon

Ans. (d) Lord Curzon E

4. In the context of the Indian freedom Struggle, 16th October 1905 is well known for which one of the following reasons?

(A) The formal proclamation of the swadeshi Movement was made in Calcutta town hall

(B) Partition of Bengal Came into effect

(C) Dadabhai Naoroji declared that the goal of the Indian National Congress was Swaraj

(D) Lokmanya Tilak started Swadeshi Movement in Poona

Ans: (B) Partition of Bengal Came into effect

5. Which of the following occurred last?

(A) Annexation Policy

(B) Partition of Bengal

(C) Permanent Settlement

(D) Subsidiary Alliance

Ans: (B) Partition of Bengal 

6. Which movement started after the Partition of Bengal?

(A) Civil Disobedience

(B) Swadeshi Movement

(C) Quit India Movement

(D) Non-co-operation Movement bas

Ans: (B) Swadeshi Movement 

7. Name the Viceroy of India concerned with the Bengal partition.

(A) Lord Hardinge

(B) Lord Curzon

(C) Lord Lytton

(D) Lord Minto

Ans: (B) Lord Curzon Y

8. Anti-partition movement of Bengal was initiated on__________

(A) 20th July 1905

(B) 7th November 1905

(C) 16th October 1905 (D) 7th August 1905

Ans: (D) 7th August 1905

9. Who among the following led the agitation against the partition of Bengal (1905)?

(A) Surendra Nath Banerjee

(B) C.R. Das

(C) Ashutosh Mukherjee

 Ans: (A) Surendra Nath Banerjee 

10. The Lieutenant Governor of Bengal at the time of the Partition of Bengal was -

(A) Sir Andrew Fraser

(B) H.H. Risley 

(C) Brodrick

(D) A.T. Arundel

Ans: (A) Sir Andrew Fraser 

11. Who was the first to suggest the boycott of British goods in Bengal?

(A) Aurobindo Ghosh 

(B) Krishna Kumar Mitra

(C) Motilal Ghosh

(D) Satish Chandra Mukherjee

Ans: (B) Krishna Kumar Mitra

12. Who among the following were the critics of the Swadeshi movement and pleaded for a better understanding between the East and the West?

(A) W.C. Banerjee

(B) S.N. Banerjee

(C) R.N.Tagore 

(D) B.G. Tilak

Ans: (C) R.N. Tagore

13. Partition of Bengal was done mainly for__________

(A) To divide the Hindu and Muslims 

(B) For administrative convenience 

(C) To weaken the growth of Nationalism in Bengal

(D) For the development of Bengal

Ans: (C) To weaken the growth of Nationalism in Bengal

14. Boycott of British goods was adopted as a national policy in________

(A) 1899

(B) 1901

(C) 1903

(D) 1905

Ans: (D) 1905

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