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Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism

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Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism Exercise Very Short Questions solutions [Page 0]

When did the Congress split into two blocks?

Mention one difference between the Moderates and the Assertives.

When did the conflict arise between the Moderates and the Assertives?

Why was one of the sections of the Congress called the ‘Assertives’?

Which classes of people in general supported the Assertive?

What impact did the wars in Tibet and Afghanistan have on the national movement?

What impact did the ill-treatment of Indians in Africa have on the, National Movement?

What was the aim of the Assertives as far as the National Movement was concerned?

Name the nationalist who said Swaraj is my birth right. Mention one of his contributions to the National Movement.

What method was used by the Assertives for attaining independence in the field of education?

Name any three of the nationalists who were educated in special institutions established according to the philosophy of the Assertives.

What was the slogan of the Assertives and who gave this slogan?

 What was the attitude of the British Government towards the Assertives?

Name the two famous journals of Bal Gangadhar Tilak

 In what way was Tilak the forerunner of Gandhiji?

When and why did Tilak leave the Indian National Congress?

Which class of people in general believed in the policy and programme of the Assertives?

 What was the purpose of the Minto-Morley Reforms of 1909?

 What did Lord Minto, the Viceroy, do to suppress the anti-nationalists?

Who were the important leaders of the Assertives?
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Name the leaders who constituted the Assertives trio in the early year of the twentieth century.

Name two of the books written by Lala Lajpat Rai.

Why did Lala Lajpat Rai disagree witlj the programme of the Non-Cooperation Movement of Gandhiji?

Which national leader Was called Sher-e-Punjab? Why was he called so?

Name any three important persons who led the Moderates at the time of the split.

 Mention one principal objective of the Assertives.

Mention three methods of the Assertives proposed for attaining independence.

Mention any two principles of the Aggressive Nationalists.

Give one example to show that while giving impetus to the national movement, the assertive nationalist presented one-sided picture of India’s composite culture?

Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism Exercise Short Questions – I solutions [Page 0]

State any two repressive policies of Lord Curzon which prepared the way for a assertive form of nationalism.

What impact did the bloody revolutions in China and Turkey have on the national movement?

 What was the attitude of the Assertives towards Swadeshi?

Explain how the famine and plague influenced the growth of Assertives Nationalism in India.

In what way did the economic backwardness foster communal feelings in India?

What were the two reasons responsible for the Surat split in 1907 between the Early Nationalists and the Assertive Nationalists.

Give two measures adopted by the Radical Nationalists in the freedom struggle.

What were the aims of the Assertives?

Who organised Akharas and Lathi clubs? Why were they organised?

In what two ways can Tilak be called the “Fore-runner of Gandhi”?

What were the steps took by Bal Gangadhar Tilak in exposing’the causes of British Administration.

Mention two important contributions of Lala Lajpat Rai.

 What Assertives appeal to the masses?

Mention two achievements in the freedom movement of India, of Assertive Nationalists.

In what two ways did the revolutionary terrorism leave an impact on the National Movement?

Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism Exercise Short Questions – II solutions [Page 0]

Discuss, how partition of Bengal influenced the growth of Assertive Natianalism in India.

 Briefly describe the growth of the Assertive Nationalism with the help of Revolution’s impact.

What were the three methods of struggle adopted by Aggressive Nationalists.

The conflict between the Moderates and the Assertives came to surface in the Congress Session in 1906. In this context describe the reasons for the split in the Congress in 1907.

Mention three achievements of the Assertives.

Brief about the achievement of the Assertives.

Discuss about the efforts of Bal Gangadhar Tilak which were beneficial in the spread of Assertive nationalism.

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was the leader of the Assertives nationalists. In this contest describe his political belief.

Mention the political aims of Bipin Chandra Pal.

Discuss the role of Lala Lajpat Rai as a writer and journalist.

‘Lala Lajpat Rai was a fearless nationalist and a journalist’. In this context briefly describe his contribution in the field of education.

Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism Exercise Long Questions solutions [Page 0]

“Anti-Indian attitude of Curzon lead to Radial nationalism.” Discuss.

Discuss, how international events became the major factor in the growth of the assertive natinalism.

How did Moderates differ from the Assertive Nationalist in realizing their objectives.

The assertive nationalism played an important role in the freedom movement of India. In this context, breifly describe the methods they advocated for the achievement of their aims.

In spite of the British Government’s high handedness the Assertives spread the nationalist movement with full vigour. In this context describe the attitude of the British Government towards the Assertives.

Bipin Chandra Pal was one of the greatest revolutionaries’. In this context briefly describe the reasons for his drifting away from the Moderates.

Discuss about the contribution of Bipin Chandra Pal in National Movement.

What were the contributions of Lala Lajpat Rai in National Movement? Discuss in brief.

Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism Exercise Picture Based Questions solutions [Page 0]

 Answer the following:

(i) Identify the persons in the picture given above.
(ii) To which section of the Congress did he belong and what was his ultimate objectives?

Answer the following:

(i) Name the person represented in the picture given alongside.
(ii) Why this person is known as the forerunner of Mahatma Gandhi.

Chapter 10: Rise of Assertive Nationalism

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ICSE solutions for Class 10 History and Civics chapter 10 - Rise of Assertive Nationalism

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Concepts covered in Class 10 History and Civics chapter 10 Rise of Assertive Nationalism are Rediscovery of India’S Past, Influence of Western Education, East India Association (Dadabhai Naoroji) as Precursors, Economic Exploitation, Repressive Colonial Policies, Socio-religious Reform Movements, Role of the Press, Objectives of the Indian National Congress, Foundation of the Indian National Congress - the Indian National Association (Surendranath Banerjee), Objectives and Methods of Struggle of the Early Nationalists, Contributions of Dadabhai Naoroji, Surendranath Banerjee and Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Causes of the Partition of Bengal, Surat Split of 1907, Objectives and Methods of Struggle of the Radicals, Contributions of Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal and Lala Lajpat Rai, Factors Leading to the Formation of the Muslim League, Significance of the Lucknow Pact - 1916.

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