MCQ’s on The Age of Industrialisation for Class 10 History | Quiz 3

MCQ’s on The Age of Industrialisation for Class 10 History | Quiz 3

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MCQ's on The Age of Industrialisation for Class 10 History | Quiz 3

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According to historians, who was the typical worker in the mid-nineteenth century?

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What was the main activity followed by the nationalist during the Swadeshi Movement?

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During the mid-eighteenth century:
Assertion (A): Indian spinners and weavers were left without work and important centers of textile declined.
Reason (R): Large number of people began boycotting British cloth and started adopting khadi.

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When was the telephone invented?

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Which innovation helped the weavers in increasing productivity and competing with the mill sector?

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Which of the following problems was not faced by cotton weavers in India?

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The picture of the "Two Magicians" shows :

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When was the Tata iron and steel company formed?

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Which of the following was the job of the Gomastha?

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In the 1840s, the number of workers employed in the transport industry was _______

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From which of the following trades did the early entrepreneurs make a fortune?

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Which helped the production of handloom cloth?

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Which regions benefited from the fly shuttle equipment?

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Why didn't technological changes spread dramatically across the industrial landscape?

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Read the statements:
(1) Surat port connected India to the Southeast Asian ports.
(2) Masaulipatnam was an important port on the Malabar coast.
(3) Hoogly port had trade link with the Persian Gulf.
Choose the answer from the following options

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In 1911, 67% of the large industries were located in which of the following places in India?

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Read the statements:
(1) The Spinning Jenny was devised by James Hargreaves in 1764
(2) The introduction of the Spinning Jenny often resulted in conflict
Choose the answer from the following options:

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Why were handmade goods popular in England?

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What changes took place after the creation of the mill?

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Which War caused new problems for Indian weavers?

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After the 1940s, building activity opened up greater opportunities for employment. What kind of work was introduced?

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What changes occurred in the Industrial pattern in the first decade of the 20th century?
(i) As the swadeshi movement gathered momentum, nationalists mobilised people to boycott foreign cloth
(ii) The export of Indian yarn to China declined since produce from Chinese and Japanese mills flooded the Chinese market.
(iii) industrialists in India began shifting from yarn to cloth production
(iv) Cotton piece goods production in India doubled between 1900 and 1912.

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With the growth of colonial power, trade through the new ports of Bombay and Calcutta came to be controlled by ___________

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In the first half of the 20th century, What was the status of the handloom industry in India?

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Name the two Indian Seaports from which a vibrant trade was carried out from India with South East Asian ports.

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Which were the non-mechanical sectors that were coming up?

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Which of the following statements are true about Steam Engines?

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How does advertisement help us to create new consumers?

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After the colonial control over Indian trade tightened what did the Indian merchants export to Britain?

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Where Elgin mill was set up?

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