Assertion (A): The Government of India Act, 1935 introduced provincial
autonomy.
Reason (R): The Act itself made a clear-cut divi- sion of powers between the
centre and the provinces.
‘Reserved Subjects’ under Dyarchy in the provinces were administered by
the governor and his executive council. Which of the following were
included in them?
(i) Law and order
(ii) Land revenue
(iii) Agriculture
(iv) Irrigation
(v) Industries
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii and iii
(b) i, ii and iv
(c) i, ii and v
(d) i, iv and v
The ‘Transferred Subjects’ were to be looked after by the governor and his
council of ministers. Which of the following was/were not included in them?
(i) Education
(ii) Forests
(iii) Local self-government
(iv) Jails
(v) Public health and sanitation
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) ii only
(b) ii and iii
(c) iv only
(d) ii and iv
The high commissioner of India at London had certain duties to perform.
Which of the following were his duties?
(i) Procuring stores for the Indian Government.
(ii) Keeping the British parliament informed of the developments in India.
(iii) Supplying trade information and promoting commerce between India and