Kerala Syllabus SAMAGRA SCERT SAMAGRA Question Pool for Class 10 English Medium History Public Administration
Who led the Kurichya revolt in Wayanad?
Why was the Partition of Bengal in 1905 a turning point in India’s freedom movement? Give your opinion.
Boycott of British products
• The use of indigenous materials.
• Indian industry revives.
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Explain how the economic exploitation of the British has adversely affected India's peasants, artisans and tribal people?
"Swaraj is better than the best form of foreign rule" Name the national leader who made this statement.
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
In the nineteenth century, in which areas did the British industrialists set up modern industries in India? Expand the list.
The plantation industry
b. The iron ore
In the nineteenth century, the peasant revolts in the southern Malabar were commonly referred to as Mappila riots. Why?
The riots were carried out by tenants who cultivated and leased land from their landlords.
Most of them were Mappilas (Malabar
The following are the features of various land policies implemented by the British. Identify each land tax system.
a) Taxes were collected directly from farmers
b) The village was treated as a unit and tax was collected.
c) Zamindar was the owner of all the land in the area where the taxation authority was.
a. Ryotwari system
b. Mahalwari system
c. Permanent land revenue
The boycott of foreign goods and the use of indigenous materials was a sharp weapon in the anti-British protests. Elucidate the statement.
Boycott of British products
Who among the leaders of Indian national movement were known as “Lal-Bal-Pal”?
Lala Lajpat Ray
Bipin Chandra Pal
“Nationalization" by national leaders to prevent economic leakage revived Indian industries ”. Substantiate.
What were the steps adopted by the Indian leaders in the 1905 agitation against the Partition of Bengal?
The boycott of foreign goods
The use of indigenous
How did British policies cause the collapse of the Indian textile industry?
What are the similarities in the various land revenue policies implemented by the British in India?
What was the nature of the Indigo peasant revolt and the Mappila Rebellion? Elucidate their reasons.
Similarities - Peasant Rebellions
Indigo farmers' strike - Low price for indigo due to the intervention of British agents
What is the commercialization of agriculture? Explain the situation that prompted Indian farmers to cultivate commercial crops.
"The land revenue policy adopted by the British in India had far-reaching effects on India's agriculture." Substantiate.
The land was mortgaged to moneylenders
The peasants took over the land of the peasants who could not pay their debts and high interest
Write the following in chronological order.
• Formation of Indian National Congress
• Partition of Bengal
• The Kurichya Revolt
• The first War of Indian Independence
Explain the causes for the decline of the Indian textile industry during the British rule and the plight of weavers.
Massive imports of machine-made British textiles
What were the reasons for the plight of workers in the factories which the British had set up in India?
How did the expansion of the railways during the British rule cause the collapse of the Indian textile industry?
The expansion of the railways helped the British to reach the remote villages, collect cotton in the villages and transport them to the UK through
When did the Kurichya revolt held ? What were its causes?
Match column ‘A’with column ‘B’
The first war of Indian independence
Partition of Bengal
The Kurichya Revol
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Given below lists the major centres of the First War of Independence 1857 .Select the names of those who led the revolt in each region from the brackets.
(Begum Hazret Mahal, Moulavi Ahammedullah, Bahadur Shah II, Nana Saheb)
Delhi - a…………………………………
Lucknow - b…………………………………
Kanpur - c…………………………………
Faizabad - d…………………………………
Write down the two changes in rule and policy of the British in India after the First War of Independence, 1857?
Explain the reasons for the participation of the clans, kings, craftsmen and sepoys in the first war of independence,1857
How was India's wealth drained to Britain according to the “Drain theory” ?
Who was the first person to introduce the “Drain Theory “? Which of his book addresses this idea?
What are the common causes of the workers' agitation in Bombay's textile industry and the labour struggles in the jute sector of Calcutta?