||The staple commodities of export by the English East India Company from Bengal in the middle of the 18th century was –
||Cotton, silk, salt petre and opium
||The term “imperial preference” was applied to the –
||Special privileges on British imports in India
||There was no independent development of industries in India during British rule because of the –
||Preference of the rich to invest in land
||Economically, one of the results of British rule in India in the 19th century was the –
||commercialization of Indian agriculture
||Who introduced the Ist-e-Marari settlement?
||The Permanent Settlement was introduced by –
||A permanent Settlement was made with –
||The ‘Permanent Settlement’ was made with –
||Which Governor-General introduced the permanent land revenue system in India?
||The Permanent Settlement of Lord Cornwallis was introduced in the year –
||Under the Permanent Settlement, of 1793, the Zamindars were required to issue pattas to the farmer which were not issued by many of the Zamindars. The reason was –
||There were no officials checking upon the Zamindars
||Permanent Settlement and Ryotwari System of land revenue introduced respectively in –
||Bengal and Madras
||Sir Thomas Munro is associated with the land revenue settlement –
||Who started the Ryotwari system?
||The Ryotwari settlement was introduced by the British in the –
||Madras & Bombay Presidency
||The English introduced the Ryotwari System for the first time in –
||In the British System Ryotwari land revenue collection was prevalent in –
||West India & South India
||When was the first tea company in Assam established?
||Who is the exponent of the Theory of the “Economic Drain” of India during British Rule?
||Which leaders did not believe in the drain theory of Dadabhai Naoroji?
||Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
||Who authored the book “Poverty and the Unbritish Rule in India”?
||Who wrote a book describing the theory of the economic drain of India during British rule?
||Who considered that ‘’British Economic Policy is disgusting in India”?
||What is the total percentage of Central revenue spent on Military force in British India?