10th STD - History - Lesson 13 - Role Of Tamil Nadu In The Freedom Movement

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10th STD - History - Lesson 13 - Role Of Tamil Nadu In The Freedom Movement - Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Indians soldiers were instigated by the sons of

    • A.

      Hyder Ali

    • B.

      Tipu Sultan

    • C.

      Shivaji

    • D.

      Shajahan

    Correct Answer
    B. Tipu Sultan
    Explanation
    Tipu Sultan was a prominent ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore in India during the late 18th century. He was known for his resistance against the British East India Company and his efforts to modernize his kingdom. Tipu Sultan's sons, particularly his eldest son Sultan Fateh Ali, actively participated in the fight against the British and played a crucial role in instigating Indian soldiers to join the resistance. Therefore, it can be inferred that Indian soldiers were instigated by the sons of Tipu Sultan during this period.

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  • 2. 

    The first organisation in the Madras Presidency to agitate for the rights of people was the

    • A.

      Indian National Congress

    • B.

      Muslim League

    • C.

      Swarajya Party

    • D.

      Madras Native Association

    Correct Answer
    D. Madras Native Association
    Explanation
    The Madras Native Association was the first organization in the Madras Presidency to advocate for the rights of people. This association played a crucial role in raising awareness about the grievances and issues faced by the local population. They aimed to improve the social, economic, and political conditions of the people in the region. The Madras Native Association paved the way for future movements and organizations that fought for the rights and freedom of the people in the Madras Presidency.

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  • 3. 

    The first President of the Madras Mahajana Sabha was

    • A.

      P. Rangaiah Naidu

    • B.

      Rajaji

    • C.

      Kamaraj

    • D.

      Bharathiar

    Correct Answer
    A. P. Rangaiah Naidu
    Explanation
    P. Rangaiah Naidu was the first President of the Madras Mahajana Sabha.

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  • 4. 

    At Vedaranyam, the Salt law was broken by

    • A.

      T.S. Rajan

    • B.

      Bakthavachalam

    • C.

      Rajagopalachari

    • D.

      V.O.C.

    Correct Answer
    C. Rajagopalachari
    Explanation
    Rajagopalachari broke the Salt law at Vedaranyam.

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  • 5. 

    In 1908, Bharathiar organized a huge public meeting to celebrate

    • A.

      Swaraj day

    • B.

      Birth Day

    • C.

      Republic Day

    • D.

      Service Day

    Correct Answer
    A. Swaraj day
    Explanation
    In 1908, Bharathiar organized a huge public meeting to celebrate Swaraj day. Swaraj, meaning self-rule or independence, was a significant concept during the Indian independence movement. This public meeting was likely organized to promote and advocate for the idea of Swaraj, emphasizing the desire for India to be free from British colonial rule and govern itself. It was a day to inspire and rally the masses towards the goal of achieving independence for India.

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  • 6. 

    Faced with the prospectus of arrest by the British, Bharathi escaped to

    • A.

      Chennai

    • B.

      Bangalore

    • C.

      Hyderabad

    • D.

      Pondicherry

    Correct Answer
    D. Pondicherry
    Explanation
    Bharathi escaped to Pondicherry because it was a French colony at that time, offering him a safe haven from the British authorities who were trying to arrest him. Pondicherry provided a favorable environment for Bharathi to continue his revolutionary activities and literary works without fear of persecution. It also had a rich cultural and intellectual atmosphere, making it an ideal place for Bharathi to find support and inspiration for his nationalist cause.

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  • 7. 

    The Head quarters of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee is name as

    • A.

      Raj Bhavan

    • B.

      Rashtrapathi Bhavan

    • C.

      Sathyamurthy Bhavan

    • D.

      Vidhan Sabha

    Correct Answer
    C. Sathyamurthy Bhavan
    Explanation
    Sathyamurthy Bhavan is the headquarters of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee. It is named after Sathyamurthy, a prominent Indian politician and freedom fighter. This building serves as the central hub for the Congress party in Tamil Nadu, where various party activities and meetings take place. The choice of this name is a tribute to Sathyamurthy's contributions to the party and his commitment to the ideals of the Congress.

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  • 8. 

    In 1940, Kamaraj went to Wardha to meet

    • A.

      Nehru

    • B.

      Gandhiji

    • C.

      Tilak

    • D.

      Jinnah

    Correct Answer
    B. Gandhiji
    Explanation
    Kamaraj went to Wardha in 1940 to meet Gandhiji. This suggests that Kamaraj had a specific purpose or reason for seeking a meeting with Gandhiji. It is possible that Kamaraj wanted to discuss political matters, seek advice or guidance from Gandhiji, or discuss the ongoing freedom struggle. Gandhiji was a prominent leader and a key figure in the Indian independence movement, so it would make sense for Kamaraj to seek his counsel during this time.

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  • 9. 

    Kamaraj served as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for

    • A.

      9 years

    • B.

      8 years

    • C.

      10 years

    • D.

      7 years

    Correct Answer
    A. 9 years
    Explanation
    Kamaraj served as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for 9 years. This can be inferred from the given options where 9 years is the only number mentioned.

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  • 10. 

    Kamaraj was famous for policy

    • A.

      'S' Plan

    • B.

      'L' Plan

    • C.

      'K' Plan

    • D.

      'J' Plan

    Correct Answer
    C. 'K' Plan
    Explanation
    Kamaraj was famous for his 'K' Plan. This plan, also known as the "Kamaraj Plan", was introduced by him in the 1960s. The 'K' Plan aimed at rejuvenating the Indian National Congress party by implementing a system of voluntary resignations of senior leaders from their ministerial positions. This allowed younger and more energetic leaders to take charge and bring fresh ideas and enthusiasm to the party. The 'K' Plan played a significant role in revitalizing the Congress party and strengthening its organizational structure.

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