1. Dhalbhum Fort was captured by the British force in-
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”C” is correct

Dhalbhum was first mentioned in 1767, when the British Army assaulted the Dhalbhum and Ghatsila region with the Raja of Midnapore, following an unsuccessful attempt in 1765. During this British attack in 1767, the British force took Dhalbhum fort.

2. Consider the following statements.
1. The ruler of Porhat accepted the Supremacy of the British in order to fulfill his own desire.
2. He wanted to establish his Supermacy over Seraikela and Ranchi.
3. He wanted to get rid of Hos suppression.
Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”C” is correct
3. Captain Ferguson was assigned for the expedition on Singhbhum in AD 1767. The first territory he conquerred was-
a.
b. Silda
c.
d. Jambani

Option”C” is correct
4. Cap. Camac came to Palamu with his force in
a. 1707
b. 1710
c. 1711
d. 1771

Option”D” is correct

Captain Camac and his troops arrived in Palamu in 1771. Chiranjit Rai and Jainath Singh were the rulers of the fort during the time. When Camac arrived in Palamu, they both managed to flee to Ramgarh, where the British captured the fort. On the 19th¬†of February 1771, the patna council ordered camac to take position on palamu and declare gopal rai as the ruler in exchange for revenue. The council was pleased with camac’s success against palamu and honoured and rewarded him along with the others who had assisted the British army during the expedition.

5. Britishers gained control of Rajmahal area by defeating-
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”A” is correct

Rajmahal was the capital of Shuja during the Mugal period, and Dr. Gabriel Boughton was the British East India Company’s envoy. In 1763, Major Adams and his company attacked Nawab Mir Qasim’s property and took possession of the Rajmahal district. This shows that the British had finished their conquest of Rajmahal before gaining control of Bengal, Bihar, and Odisha’s diwani (tax administration).

6. Who conducted the Chero revolt in Jharkhand region?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”D” is correct

In 1800, the Chero tribe of Palamu revolted, led by Bhukhan Singh, against exorbitant taxation and the re-acquisition of sub-dependent pattas.

7. Which two British officers were sent by the British Government to suppress the revolt?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”B” is correct
8.
Which one of the following revolutions not happened in Jharkhand?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”D” is correct

The Moplah revolt (riots) took place in the Madras Presidency’s southern Malabar district between August 1921 and August 1922.

9. Which of the following revolts is considered as the first well organised and extensive tribal revolt of Jharkhand?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Option”C” is correct

Kol Uprising (revolt) (1831-1832) was Jharkhand’s first well-organized and widespread tribal revolt against zamindars, contractors, moneylenders, non-tribal merchants, and king’s agents’ repressive administrative policies. Munda, ho, oraon, kharwar, and chero were the main tribes involved in the insurrection.

10. Which of the following region remained unaffected during Kol Uprising in Jharkhand?
a.
b.
c. Hazaribagh
d.

Option”C” is correct

The Kol Uprising (revolt) (1831-1832) was Jharkhand’s first well-organized and widespread tribal revolt. Except for hazaribagh, which was unaffected by the rebellion, the movement extended over chhota nagpur khas, palamu, singhbhum and manbhum.

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