(b) ii, i, iii, iv and v
(c) ii, iii, i, iv and v
(d) ii, i, iii, v and iv
Arrange the following viceroys in chronological order:
(i) Lord Linlithgow
(ii) Lord Irwin
(iii) Lord Wellington
(iv) Lord Wavell
(v) Lord Reading
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) ii, iii, v, i and iv
(b) v, iii, ii, i and iv
(c) v, ii, iii, i and iv
(d) ii, v, iii, i and iv
Assertion and Reason
Mark (a) if ‘Assertion (A)’ is correct, but ‘Reason (R)’ is wrong.
Mark (b) if ‘Assertion (A)’ is wrong, but ‘Reason (R)’ is correct.
Mark (c) if both ‘Assertion (A)’ and ‘Reason (R)’ are correct, and ‘Reason
(R)’ explains ‘Assertion (A)’.
Mark (d) if both ‘Assertion (A)’ and ‘Reason (R)’ are correct, but ‘Reason
(R)’ does not explain ‘Assertion (A)’ .
Assertion (A): Gandhi’s technique of satyagraha was based on the twin
concepts of truth (satya) and non-violence (ahimsa).
Reason (R): The literal meaning of satyagraha is holding on to truth.
Assertion (A): According to Gandhi, civil disobedience was a strong and
extreme form of political agitation.
Reason (R): Civil disobedience, in Gandhi’s opinion, could be more
dangerous and powerful than armed rebellion.
Assertion (A): The bill which later became the Rowlatt Act was opposed
unanimously by all the non-official Indian members in the Imperial
Legislative Council.
Reason (R): The bill proposed