RRB Group D Exam 2022

History of Modern India Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam phase 2 : Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts. There is a provision to complete this exam in several stages. The first phase examination has been completed and the second phase examination will start from today and will continue till 08 September. Its admit card (admit card) has also been issued.

In such a situation, here we have brought 15 important questions based on this, which is very important from the point of view of the examination, in such a situation, you must study these questions before appearing in the examination so that you can get good marks in the examination.

History of Modern India Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam phase 2
History of Modern India Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam phase 2

History of Modern India Related Questions for RRB Group D Exam phase 2

Question. Who among the following organized the “All India Depressed Classes Society” in Colonial India?

  • MK. Gandhi
  • Jyotiba Phule
  • Pandita Ramabai
  • BR ambedkar

Answer: 4

Question. Where are the remains of Portuguese culture found in India?

  • Goa
  • Calicut
  • transgender
  • Cochin

Answer 1

Question. During whose Viceroy period India became independent?

  • William Bentinck
  • wellesley
  • Wavell
  • mountbatten

Answer: 4

Question. When did Burma separate from British India?

Answer: 3

Question. Who was the architect of the northern and southern divisions of the Central Secretariat in Delhi?

  • Sir Edward Lutyens
  • herbert bakers
  • Robert Tor Tassel
  • antonine raymond

Answer: 2

Question. His title is “Deshbandhu”

  • BR ambedkar
  • CR Slave
  • bc sail
  • Rabindranath Tagore

Answer: 2

Question. Socialism is basically a movement of

  • intellectual
  • middle class
  • poor people
  • workers

Answer: 4

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Question. Which of the following is mismatched?

  • Sir Syed Murtaza Khan – Aligarh Muslim University
  • Dr. B. R. Ambedkar – Ambedkar University
  • Pt. Jawaharlal Neru – Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Madan Mohan Malviya – Banaras Hindu University

Answer 1

Question. Where was the royal court held to issue the Queen’s Proclamation on 1st November, 1858?

  • Lucknow
  • Kanpur
  • Delhi
  • Allahabad

Answer: 3

Question. Who was called “Frontier Gandhi”?

  • Rajiv Gandhi
  • Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan
  • Liaquat Ali Khan
  • Ram Manohar Lohia

Answer: 2

Question. Who is famous as the “Queen of Jhansi”?

  • Durga Bai
  • padmini
  • Ahilya Bai
  • Laxmi Bai

Answer: 4

Question. ‘Neel Darpan’ published in 1860 portrays the plight of indigo cultivators. Who was the creator of Neel Darpan?

  • Michael Madhusudan Dutt
  • James Long
  • Deenbandhu Mitra
  • bankim chandra

Answer: 3

Question. Which monument of India has been included in the list of UNESCO world heritage a few days ago?

  • Jantar Mantar in Ujjain
  • Jantar Mantar in Varanasi
  • Delhi’s Jantar Mantar
  • Jantar Mantar in Jaipur

Answer: 3

Question. Who has said that ‘no politics is devoid of religion’?

  • Nehru
  • Vinoba Bhave
  • Gandhi
  • Jai Prakash Narayan

Answer 1

Question. National song is taken from this novel

  • Anand Math
  • Godan
  • White
  • devdas

Answer: ?

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