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UPSC CAPF 2016 Solved Question Paper

UPSC CAPF 2016 Answer Key

8.     Consider the following statement about the Morley-Minto reforms of 1909
1.      they were named after the British Parliamentarians Minto and Morley
2.     they provided for Limited self government by increasing the number of elected Indians in the Legislative councils
3.     they contained provisions that ensured that British Officials retained their majority in the Imperial Legislative Council
--Only 2 & 3

9.     Identify from the following the novel written by Charles Dickens that critiqued the adverse impact of industrialisation on the poor—Hard Times
10.  what is the meaning of the term ‘Humanist’ used during the renaissance in 15th century Europe?
1.      it refers to the masters who taught grammar and rhetoric
2.     it refers to the masters who taught poetry, history and moral philosophy
3.     it refers to the masters who taught subjects that were connected to religion
4.     it refers to Masters who emphases  skills that were developed by the discussion and debate
---Only 2 and 4
11.   Which of the following was the feature of Quit India Movement
1.      from the very beginning it was a rural revolt
2.     it was essentially a moderate moment
3.     it was marked by unprecedented use of violence
4.     it was marked by acute stage repression
---Only 3 and 4
12.  which of the following statements about the new style of architecture of Rom in the 15 century is/are correct
1.      it was marked by a complete break from the past
2.     it was actually a revival of the Imperial Roman style
3.     the architects familiar with the classical style were employed by wealthy merchants and aristocrats
---Only 2 and 3
13.  which of the following statement about the ideology of utilitarianism in the context of British India is/are correct
1.      utilitarianism believed that the rule and law was necessary for the society betterment
2.     James Mill expounded the principle of utilitarianism in his famous book ‘utilitarianism and the Raj’
3.     Utilitarianism differed from the liberalism in significant ways
4.     Utilitarianism had distant authoritarian tendencies.
---Only 1
14.  which of the following statement about the Swadeshi Movement in Bengal are correct
1.      it was marked by mass mob through the organization of…
2.     it was marked mass mob through labour strikes
3.     it advocated a constructive policy of self help or atmashakti
4.     In the sphere of education schools were established

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