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Lecturer History Solved PPSC Past Paper 2015 | Set 01

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Lecturer History PPSC Past Paper MCQs with Answers 2017

Here is the first part of the quiz which belongs to Lecturer History Solved PPSC Past Paper 2015. This part contains 25 Solved MCQs but let me tell you honestly I am not sure about the originality of this paper. However, I will suggest you that you should practice these MCQs, not only for Lecturer History paper but also for other PPSC Papers. If you want to practice more papers, you can try Lecturer History Solved PPSC Past Paper 2017 at this link.

1. Tuzuk-e-Babari was originally written in:

(A) Hindi
(B) Persian
(C) Turkish
(D) Duri

2. Muntakhab-ut-Tawarrikh was written by:

(A) Adil Khan Razi
(B) Abdul Qadir Bada’ Uni
(C) Abul Fazal
(D) Anayat-Ullah

3. Humayun Nama was an account of personal memoir of:

(A) Guibadan Begum
(B) Mirza Haider Dughiat
(C) Humayun
(D) Nizam-ud-din Ahmad

4. Tazuk-e-Jahangiri was initially written by:

(A) Mutamad Khan
(B) Muhammad Hadi
(C) Khawaja Kamgar Hussain
(D) Jahangir

5. In the battle of Kanawha Babur defeated:

(A) Ibrahim Lodhi
(B) Rana Sanga
(C) Medini Rao
(D) Nusrat Shah

6. On his accession to the throne Humayun gave his brother Kamran:

(A) Sambhal
(B) Mewat
(C) Kabul & Kandhar
(D) Delhi

7. To follow secularism in India Mughal Rajput alliance was made by:

(A) Akbar
(B) Shah Jahan
(C) Aurangzeb
(D) Bahadur Shah

8. In 1615 Sir Thoms Roe was sent by the English King to the court of:

(A) Akbar
(B) Jahangir
(C) Shah Jahan
(D) Aurangzeb

9. Mujaddid-e-Alf-e-Sani advocated the concept of:

(A) Wahdatul Wajood
(B) Wahdatul Shahood
(C) Devine Creation of Quran
(D) Noor-Bashar

10. Mughal Empire reached its decline partially because of religious fundamentalism of:

(A) Aurangzeb
(B) Bhadur Shah
(C) Jahandar Shah
(D) FarrukhSlyar

11. During 1737-38 Shah Wali-Ullah translated Quran Into:

(A) French
(B) English
(C) Urdu
(D) Persian

12. June 1757 battle of Plassey was fought between the forces of East India company and:

(A) Bahadur Shah
(B) Siraj-ud-Daulah
(C) Ahmad Shah Abdali
(D) Nadar Shah Durrani

13. After defeating Tipu Sultan, East India Company got control of:

(A) Hyderabad
(B) Delhi
(C) Bombay
(D) Mysore

14. Lord Dalhousie’s annexation policy and the doctrine of Lapse created unrest in:

(A) Princes
(B) Farmers
(C) Hindu Pundit
(D) Sikh Guru

15. Rani of Jhansi wholeheartedly contributed to the war of:

(A) Anti-narcotics
(B) Terror
(C) Independence
(D) The words

16. East India Company’s last Governor-General in India was:

(A) Lord Canning
(B) James Wilson
(C) Samuel Laing
(D) John Lawrence

17. Risala Asbab-e-Baghawat-e-Hind was written by_________.

(A) Shibli Nomani
(B) Syed Ameer Ali
(C) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
(D) Syed Mehmood

18. In the 19th century India, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan launched a struggle against_________.

(A) English
(B) Hindus
(C) Christians
(D) Illiteracy

19. To create a responsible and loyal opposition Sir A.O. Hume founded in 1885:

(A) The Indian Association
(B) Indian National Congress
(C) The Arya Sama
(D) MAO College Aligarh

20. In October 1905 partition of Bengal was made for:

(A) Administrative Convenience
(B) Hindu Muslim riots
(C) Muslim benefit
(D) Local Elections

21. Simla deputation of 1905 got accepted. the important demand of:

(A) Separate Muslim State
(B) Separate electorate for Muslims
(C) Revival of Muslim Indian Empire
(D) Quit India

22. The annulment of the partition of Bengal was made under:

(A) Muslim demand
(B) Sikh demand
(C) Hindu pressure
(D) Judicial order

23. All India Muslim League was formed on December 30:

(A) 1905
(B) 1906
(C) 1907
(D) 1908

24. One of the early objectives of the All India Muslim League was:

(A) Freedom
(B) Muslim Supremacy
(C) Tax exemption
(D) Loyalty to the British Govt.

25. Minto-Morley reform’s very important context was the introduction of:

(A) Separate electorate
(B) Presidential election
(C) Local bodies election
(D) Party less elections

For post length management, I have divided this past paper into 04 sets. Click on next or previous set to see MCQs.

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