ICSE Class 10 History and Civics Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
At TopperLearning, you can learn from an extensive list of ICSE class 10 MCQ questions and score high grades in the upcoming board exams. The MCQ questions are based on the important chapters in class 10, History and Civics. The topics covered are the Growth of Nationalism, The First War Of Independence 1857, The Rise of Assertive Nationalism, The Muslim League, the Partition of Bengal, The Supreme Court, the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers etc.
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History and Civics Chapters for Multiple Choice Questions
- The First War of Independence, 1857
- Growth of Nationalism
- Programme and Achievements of the Early Nationalists
- The Rise of Assertive Nationalism
- Partition of Bengal
- The Muslim League
- Lucknow Pact, Home Rule League and August Declaration
- Mahatma Gandhi and the National Movement
- Quit India Movement
- Forward Bloc and the INA
- Independence and Partition of India
- The First World War
- Rise of Dictatorships
- The Second World War
- United Nations
- Major Agencies of the United Nations
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Non-Aligned Movement
- The Union Legislature
- The President and the Vice-President
- Prime Minister and Council of Ministers
- The Supreme Court
- The High Courts and Subordinate Courts