Updated On : May 15, 2023
Reader’s Digest - Welcome to the blog post where we will explore the history questions that are sure to come in UP Judiciary Exam! So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and get ready for the knowledgeable dose of some history questions!
On 10 December 2022, via an official notification, the UP Public Service Commission notified that the Prelims Exam will be held on 12 February 2023.
As per the UP PCS J Syllabus, the Prelims stage is divided into two papers - General Knowledge and Law. You must study history to maximise your score in the General Knowledge Paper.
To burst your cloud of doubts, history questions in UP Judiciary are not just based on the typical pattern of dates, years, dynasties, and battles but on conceptual information.
History as a subject is quite lengthy. So, candidates must not study the entire length and breadth of the subject but rather study it as per the weightage allotted in the UP Judiciary Exam Pattern. However, the weightage of history questions in UP Judiciary is about 20-25 marks. Out of which, most questions are asked from Ancient History.
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The General Knowledge Paper's history section tests applicants’ historical knowledge of India and Indian Culture. This section comprises a variety of questions on the history of the UP.
To simplify the judiciary preparation, the aspirants can divide the history into two parts - Indian Culture and Indian History.
Further, the Indian history section is divided into three parts - Ancient India, Medieval India and Modern India.
You must study history questions in UP Judiciary from the following topics:
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Refer to the list of following topics from Indian Culture:
If preparing for the UP Judiciary Exam, you must be familiar with the importance of the previous year's history questions. The questions in this section often directly affect the candidate's success.
History Questions in UP Judiciary Exam - Prelims (GK Paper)
Q1) Which personality is also sub-named (titled) as the following? (2018)
(ii) Swar Kokila
(iv) Dhing Express
Q2) Who are the authors of the following books? (2018)
(i) Judicial Reforms-Recent Global Trends
(ii) We, the Nation
(iv) I Do What I Do
Q3) Who said the following statements? (2018)
(i) Sare Jahan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara
(ii) Back to the Vedas
(iii) Jai Jagat
(iv) Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan
(v) Who lives if India dies
Q4) What was the meaning of 'Renaissance'? Which duration of history is called the 'Period of Renaissance'? (2016)
Q5) Briefly discuss Rabindranath Tagore's role in the Banga-Bhanga Movement. (2016)
Q6) Discuss in brief the role of Gandhiji after the Chauri-Chaura incident. (2016)
Q7) What was 'Kamraj Plan'? Which six Central Ministers' resignations were accepted under this Plan? (2016)
Q8) Which personality is also sub-named (or titled) as the following? (2016)
Q9) Who are the authors of the following books? (2016)
Q10) Who said the following statements? (2015)
Q 11) Give the location and importance of the following: (2015)
(i) Eleventh rock edict of Ashoka
(ii) Buland Darwaza
(v) Khusro Bagh
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Q 12) What were the reactions of Jawaharlal Nehru and Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the Government of India Act 1935? (2015)
Q 13) Who are the authors of the following books? (2015)
(ii) Jai Somnath
(iv) The Man Who Divided India
(v) Emerging India: Economics, Politics & Reforms
Q 14) Underline Moghul emperors' contribution to the literature development. (2013)
Q 15) (i) Who was the President of the Lahore Session of Congress in which the resolution of Poorna Swaraj was passed? (2013)
(ii) Which Gupta ruler is known as Indian Napolean? (2013)
(iii) Who headed the Press Committee of 1921 that looked into the functioning of press laws? (2013)
(iv) Who was the ablest of the Peshwa rulers? (2013)
(v) Which region was supposed to be the place of residence of Aryans, according to Lokmanya Tilak? (2013)
Q 16) In which State are the following situated and what is their importance? (2013)
(ii) Bodh Gaya
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Q 17) (i) Underline the contribution of Akbar and Dara Shikoh towards the development of Sanskrit literature. (2013)
(ii) Discuss the role of the Nineteenth century reformist movements in improving the condition of Indian women. (2013)
Q 18) (i) The Mauryan had diplomatic relations with Syria. Name the Syrian ruler who was Ashoka's contemporary. (2013)
(ii) Who was controlling the Maratha power at the time of the death of Aurangzeb? (2013)
(iii) Name the two weekly papers of which Tilak was the editor. (2013)
Q 19) Which session of Indian National Congress was presided over by Mahatma Gandhi? (2013)
Q 20) How and when did Goa become a part of the Indian Republic? (2013)
We hope this blog solves all your doubts about the history questions in UP Judiciary Exams. Focus on Indian History for judiciary exams. Ace your GK history preparation for UP Judiciary. Good luck with your judiciary preparation. Happy Reading!
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