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Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League

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Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League Exercise Very Short Questions solutions [Page 0]

When was the All India Muslim League formed?

Who presided over its session at Dacca?

Why did the British rulers treat the Muslims with suspicion after the Revolt of 1857?

Who established the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College at Aligarh?

Why did the British encourage separatist tendencies among the minority community?
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Why did the British believe in the policy of Divide and Rule in India?

Give a reason for the establishment of the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental Defence Association in 1893.

 Name the Viceroy who was responsible in 1909, for granting separate electorates on the basis of communal representation.

 Who started the Ahrar Movement?

On whose persuasion was the Muslim deputation constituted to meet the Viceroy Lord Minto at Shimla?

Who convened the Mohammedan Education Conference in Dacca?

Give one reason why Nawab Salimullah of Dacca convened the Mohammedan Educational Conference.

Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League Exercise Short Questions – I solutions [Page 0]

Give two examples to show that the British encouraged communal and separatist attitude in Indian politics.

How did the educational backwardness of the Muslims lead to the growth of communalism in the early years of the 20th century.

How did the biased presentation of historical events spread hatred between the communities?

With the help of economic backwardness, describe briefly the development of separatist trend among the Muslims in India.

How the religious sentiments among the aggressive nationalists, resulted in the development of separatist trend among the Muslims in India.

Why did Sir Syed Ahmed Khan oppose the policies of the Indian National Congress?

Why did Sir Syed Ahmed Khan advise the Muslims not to join the Congress?

In what way did the Hindi-Urdu Controversy (1900) strain the relations between the two communities in India?
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How did the Hindi-Urdu controversy become an important factor in the formation of the Muslim League.

Give any two demands forwarded by the deputation led by Aga Khan.

 What were the objectives of the Muslim League?
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State any two objectives of the Muslim League.

Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League Exercise Short Questions – II, Short Questions – I solutions [Page 0]

Why did the Muslims find the partition of Bengal suited their interests.

Discuss the role of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in the formation of Muslims League.

Mention any three aims of the Muslim League.

The All-India Muslims League was founded on 30 December 1906. With reference to this, briefly mention the factors which led to the formation of the League.

 Briefly discuss the attitude of the nationalist Muslims towards the formation of Muslims League.

Explain the circumstances leading to the formation of Minto-Morley Reforms.

Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League Exercise Long Questions solutions [Page 0]

The formation of the Muslim League and the Home Rule Movement had a wholesome effect on the affairs of the country. In this context mention three factors leading to the formation of the Muslim League.

There were several factors responsible for the formation of the Muslim League. In this context briefly describe the formation of Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental Defence Association, 1893.

There were many events and factors which finally led to the formation of the Muslim League in 1906. In this context describe the rift caused by the Hindi-Urdu controversy.

A Muslim deputation led by Aga Khan waited upon the Viceroy Lord Minto on 1st October, 1906. In this context describe the demands made by the Deputation.

The British Government succeeded in its diplomacy of creating a wedge between the Hindus and the Muslims in India. In this context briefly describe the policy of ‘Divide and Rule’.

Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League Exercise Picture Based Questions solutions [Page 0]

Answer the following:

(i) Name the famous Muslim reformer in the picture.
(ii) Name the educational insitution founded by him. What was his objective?

Chapter 12: Formation of the Muslim League

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Concepts covered in Class 10 History and Civics chapter 12 Formation of the Muslim League are 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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