India’s External Relations MCQs Questions for Class 12 Political Science Book chapter 4 with Answers

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Part B Politics in India Since Independence MCQ Questions for Class 12 Political Science

Q1. Who accompanied the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama during the official Chinese visit to India in 1956?

(i) Hua Guofeng
(ii) Zhao Ziyang
(iii) Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai
(iv) Li Peng

(iii) Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai


Q2. The Architect of Non-alignment is:

(i) Pt. Nehru
(ii) Indira Gandhi
(iii) Y. B. Chavan
(iv) Atal Behari Vajpayee

(i) Pt. Nehru


Q3. Who exercised profound influence in the formulation and implementation of India’s foreign policy from 1946 to 1964?

(i) Motilal Nehru
(ii) Sardar Patel
(iii) Indira Gandhi
(iv) Jawaharlal Nehru

(iv) Jawaharlal Nehru


Q4. Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation in:

(i) January 1972
(ii) December 1971
(iii) March 1971
(iv) November 1971

(ii) December 1971


Q5. India convened the Asian Relations Conference in March 1947 under the leadership of

(i) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
(ii) Dr. Radha Krishnan
(iii) Jawaharlal Nehru
(iv) Rajendra Prasad

(iii) Jawaharlal Nehru


Q6. China made a sudden attack on India in:

(i) August 1962
(ii) September 1962
(iii) October 1962
(iv) September 1965

(iii) October 1962


Q7. In the Nehru cabinet who was apprehensive of the future attack from china?

(i) Vallabhbhai Patel
(ii) C. Rajagopalachari
(iii) Jawaharlal Nehru
(iv) Jagjivan Ram

(i) Vallabhbhai Patel


Q8. Bandung Conference was held in the year:

(i) 1954
(ii) 1955
(iii) 1956
(iv) 1957

(ii) 1955


Q9. Expand NEFA.

(i) North-Eastern Far Agency
(ii) North Eastern Frontier Agency
(iii) North-Eastern Fullest Agency
(iv) North Eastern Farther Agency

(ii) North Eastern Frontier Agency


Q10. Bandung Conference was held in the year:

(i) 1954
(ii) 1955
(iii) 1956
(iv) 1957

(ii) 1955


Q11. India convened the Asian Relations Conference in March 1947 under the leadership of

(i) Dr B.R. Ambedkar
(ii) Dr. Radha Krishnan.
(iii) Jawaharlal Nehru.
(iv) Rajendra Prasad.

(iii) Jawaharlal Nehru.


Q12. When China annexed Tibet?

(i) 1930
(ii) 1940
(iii) 1950
(iv) 1960

(iii) 1950


Q13. The foreign policy of a country is the outcome of her economic policy” these remarks were made by:

(i) Indira Gandhi
(ii) Jawaharlal Nehru
(iii) Morarji Desai
(iv) Charan Singh

(ii) Jawaharlal Nehru


Q14. Apartheid is the practice of

(i) religious discrimination.
(ii) racial discrimination.
(iii) linguistic differences.
(iv) human behaviour.

(ii) racial discrimination.


Q15.The basis of India’s foreign policy is

(i) non-alignment
(ii) promoting US bloc
(iii) promoting USSR bloc
(iv) aligning with China

(i) non-alignment


Q17. Who accompanied the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama during the official Chinese visit to India in 1956?

(i) Hua Guofeng
(ii) Zhao Ziyang
(iii) Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai
(iv) Li Peng

(iii) Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai


Q18. Write ‘true’ or ‘false’ against each of these statements.

(i) Non-alignment allowed India to gain assistance both from U.S.A. and U.S.S.R.
(ii) India’s relationship with her neighbours has been strained from the beginning.
(iii) The Cold War has affected the relationship between India and Pakistan.
(iv) The treaty of Peace and Friendship in 1971 was the result of India’s closeness to the U.S.A.

(i) True (ii) True (iii) True (iv) False


Q19. For the early freedom of which country India made an earnest effort by convening an international conference?

(i) Malaysia
(ii) Indonesia
(iii) Vietnam
(iv) Singapore

(ii) Indonesia


Q20. After Nehru, the first Prime Minister to visit China was

(i) Lal Bahadur Shastri.
(ii) Indira Gandhi.
(iii) Rajiv Gandhi.
(iv) V.P. Singh.

(iii) Rajiv Gandhi.


Q21. Which conference marked the zenith of India’s engagement with the newly independent Asian and African nations?

(i) Bandung Conference
(ii) Singapore Conference
(iii) Egyptian Conference
(iv) Malaysian Conference

(i) Bandung Conference


Q22. Why Britain attacked Egypt in 1956?

(i) over Suez Canal issue
(ii) over Suzhou Canal issue
(iii) over Panama Canal issue
(iv) over Bruges Canal issue

(i) over Suez Canal issue


Q23. In the Nehru cabinet who was apprehensive of the future attack from china?

(i) Vallabhbhai Patel
(ii) C. Rajagopalachari
(iii) Jawaharlal Nehru
(iv) Jagjivan Ram

(i) Vallabhbhai Patel


Q24. Which conference marked the zenith of India’s engagement with the newly independent Asian and African nations?

(i) Bandung Conference
(ii) Singapore Conference
(iii) Egyptian Conference
(iv) Malaysian Conference

(i) Bandung Conference


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