From Trade To Territory, History, Class 8 -Test


13 Questions MCQ Test Class 8 Social Science by VP Classes | From Trade To Territory, History, Class 8 -Test


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QUESTION: 1

Which one was not a trading company?

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QUESTION: 2

What was farman?

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QUESTION: 3

The Nawab of Bengal after Alivardi Khan was

Solution: Option C is correct because when Alivardi Khan Died in 1756, Sirajuddaulah became the nawab of Bengal.
QUESTION: 4

The British who did the Company’s army against Sirajuddaulah at Plassey was

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QUESTION: 5

This Governor-General introduced the policy of ‘paramountcy’.

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QUESTION: 6

Which one of these was annexed on the basis of Dolhousie’s ‘Doctrine of Lapse’?

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QUESTION: 7

The Governor-General who was impeached 

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QUESTION: 8

The Maratha power was crushed in the third Anglo-Maratha war.

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QUESTION: 9

Tipu Sultan disallowed local merchants from trading with the Company.

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QUESTION: 10

The Company took away parts of territories from Punjab and Satara on the basis of ‘subsidiary alliance’.

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QUESTION: 11

The Mughal emperor appointed the Company as the Diwan of the provinces of Bengal in the year 1700.

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QUESTION: 12

Sirajuddaulah got help from his commander Mir Jafar and finally won victory in the Battle of Plassey.

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QUESTION: 13

Lord Dalhousie’s ‘Doctrine of Lapse’ proved to be a total failure.

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