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MCQs are solved before now. Please go through the following link, check it out & point out the mistakes.

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Paper-2 MCQs

1. British india company was granted permission of trade with india by:

a. Emperor Akbar
b. Jehangir
c. Shah Jahan
d. Aurangzeb
e. None Of These

2. The first british governor general of India was:

a. Lord Dilhousie
b. Cornwallis
c. Clive Lloyd
d. Warren Hastings
e. None Of These

3. Sir sayed ahmed khan retired from the British service as:

a. Judge
b. Revenue Commissioner
c. Principal
d. Clerk
e. None Of These

4. During the war of independence England was ruled by:

a. King James
b. King Williams
c. Queen Victoria
d. Queen Elizebeth-1
e. None Of These

5. All india national congress was founded in:

a. 1865
b. 1875
c. 1880
d. 1885
e. None Of These

6. The founder of all india national congress was:

a. Gandhi
b. Jawaher Lal Nehru
c. Ram Mohan Roy
d. A.O Hume
e. None Of These

7. The Muslim leader who advised the Muslims not to participate in the meetings of all India national congress was:

a. Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad
b. Maulana Muhammad Ali
c. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
d. Maulana Abdul Bari
e. None Of These

8. The founder of two nation theory is considered to be:

a. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
b. Sir Karim Agha Khan
c. Allama Muhammad Iqbal
d. Quid-I-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
e. None Of These

9. Partition of Bengal in 1905 was carried out by:

a. Lord Cornwallis
b. Lord Minto
c. Lord Curzon
d. Lord Morely
e. None Of These

10. Simla deputation was led by:

a. Sir Karim Agha Jhan
b. Sir Salimullah Khan
c. Nawab Wiqar Ul Mulk
d. Nawab Mohsin Ul Mulk
e. None Of These

11. The muslims of indian subcontinent were granted the right of separate electorate in:

a. 1909
b. 1919
c. 1932
d. 1935
e. None Of These

12. The author of spirit of islam was:

a. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
b. Allama Iqbal
c. Justice Syed Amir Ali
d. P.K Hiti
e. None Of These

13. During hijrat movement Muslims migrated to:

a. Iran
b. Afghanistan
c. Turkey
d. Saudi Arabia
e. None Of These

14. All India national congress participated in the:

a. 1st Round Table Conference
b. 2nd Round Table Conference
c. 3rd Round Table Conference
d. Participated In None
e. None Of These

15. Sharif Report highlighted the atrocities of:

a. The British Rule
b. Congress Ministries
c. Dyre At Jalianwala Bagh
d. Dogra Maharaja
e. None Of These

16. The 1st President Of Pakistan was:

a. Muhammad Ali Jinnah
b. Ghulam Muhammad
c. Sikandar Mirza
d. Ayub Khan
e. None Of These

17. The membership of pakistan in the UNO was opposed by:

a. India
b. Afghanistan
c. Israel
d. Soviet Union
e. None Of These


18. The President Of The 1st Constituent Assembly At The Time Of Its Dissolution Was:

a. Liaqat Ali Khan
b. Khawaja Nazimuddin
c. Maulvi Tammizuddin
d. Noor Ul Amin
e. None Of These

19. Pakistan –china boundary dispute was settled during the government of:

a. Muhammad Ali Jinnah
b. Liaqat Ali Khan
c. Ghulam Muhammad
d. Ayub Khan
e. None Of These

20. During the tashkent agreement the foreign minister of pakistan was:

a. Manzoor Qadir
b. Z.A Bhutto
c. Agha Shahi
d. Aziz Ahmed
e. None Of These

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4. The founder of ghazanvide dynasty was

a. Mahmood Ghauri
b. Alaptagin
c. Sabuktagin
d. Jaipal
e. None Of These

shouldn't it be "b.Alaptagin" as i have read so in a book that ghaznavid empire was established by Alaptagin. Comments?
Though Alaptagin had established himself at Ghazni in 962 AD when he rebelled against his Samanid masters but the founder of ghaznavid dynasty was Sabuktagin.he annexed Khurasan,sistan and other areas in Afghanistan and central asia and laid the foundation of Ghazanvide dynasty.Alaptagin merely occupied Ghazni,he was not the founder of Ghazanvide dynasty.
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During the war of independence England was ruled by:
Queen victoria.her Reign period was from 20 June 1837 – 22 January 1901.

All India national congress participated in the
ONLY JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU PARTICIPATED IN 2ND ROUND TABLE.....IT IS SURE THAT IN 1ST AND 3RD CONGRESS DIDNT PARTICIPATED AT ALL.

The President Of The 1st Constituent Assembly At The Time Of Its Dissolution Was:

Molvi tameezuddin was speaker not president...i think it was khawaja nazimuddin who was chairing that assembly......

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Though Alaptagin had established himself at Ghazni in 962 AD when he rebelled against his Samanid masters but the founder of ghaznavid dynasty was Sabuktagin.he annexed Khurasan,sistan and other areas in Afghanistan and central asia and laid the foundation of Ghazanvide dynasty.Alaptagin merely occupied Ghazni,he was not the founder of Ghazanvide dynasty.
In the question we have been asked about the founder and not about the person who extended its territories so I think Alptagin is the most suitable option because he was the one who founded ghazanvide dynasty and later on it was established by Sabugtagin.
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In the question we have been asked about the founder and not about the person who extended its territories so I think Alptagin is the most suitable option because he was the one who founded ghazanvide dynasty and later on it was established by Sabugtagin.
@Asif Yousufzai
This is a well known fact that Sabugtagin was the founder of ghazanvide dynasty.Alptagin was a ruler of a small town.He did not possess an empire wherease Sabugtagin established an empire in central asia.We had been taught all the way through that Sabugtagin was the founder of ghazanvide dynasty.Please follow the links as well besides consulting some books.

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/...znavid-dynasty

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghaznavid_Empire

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During the war of independence England was ruled by:
Queen victoria.her Reign period was from 20 June 1837 – 22 January 1901.

All India national congress participated in the
ONLY JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU PARTICIPATED IN 2ND ROUND TABLE.....IT IS SURE THAT IN 1ST AND 3RD CONGRESS DIDNT PARTICIPATED AT ALL.

The President Of The 1st Constituent Assembly At The Time Of Its Dissolution Was:

Molvi tameezuddin was speaker not president...i think it was khawaja nazimuddin who was chairing that assembly......
@bravo_99

Thanks for the corrections.I agree with you that England was ruled by Queen victoria during the war of independence and that Congress did not participate in 1st round table conference,but president and speaker were the synonymous terms used for the chairman of constituent assembly of Pakistan.
khawaja nazimuddin nevere remained speaker or president of the Constituent Assembly.
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in the first paper of Indo-pak History i was correct in about 18 objectives and the subjective portion was extraordinarily attempted by me.
in the second paper about 17 objectives are correct, also here the subjective portion was attempted extraordinarily.
i quoted references from many historians as well
Now Plz comment how much marks i should expect. Need just your guess,

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It realy deem difficult to me to find exact access to references for the prepration of the paper indo pak history.Please tell my the way?
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@Noor Ul Haq2009,farooq_basir ,Asif Yousufzai ,bravo_99,
ziakhan,naeemsandhu...............

plz suggest a gud book for objective portion(indopak history paper 1 and II)
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i used a book on objectives by engr. a. m. sumra. it was sort of complete in all respects.

no intention to pre-empt the people addressed in the query.

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