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Law Entrance Exams 2020 | Cloze Test Quiz | 13.02.2020

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Question 1

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

Question 2

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.
The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

Question 3

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.
The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

Question 4

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.
The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

Question 5

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.
The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

Question 6

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.
The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

Question 7

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.
The 19th century and early 20th century saw increasing poverty in India during the colonial era. Over this period, the colonial government (1) India by reducing garments and other finished products manufacturing by artisans in India, importing these from Britain's expanding industry with 19th century industrial (2), while simultaneously encouraging conversion of more land into farms, and of agricultural exports from India. These colonial policies moved unemployed artisans into farming, and transformed India as a region increasingly abundant in land, unskilled labour and low productivity, and (3) in skilled labour, capital and knowledge. The subject of the economic impact of British imperialism on India remains (4). The issue was raised by British Whig politician Edmund Burke who in 1778 began a seven-year (5) trial against Warren Hastings and the East India Company on charges including mismanagement of the Indian economy. Contemporary historian Rajat Kanta Ray argues the economy established by the British in the 18th century was a form of (6) and a catastrophe for the traditional economy of Mughal India, (7) food and money stocks and imposing high taxes that helped cause the famine of 1770, which killed a third of the people of Bengal.
Find the appropriate word in each case.
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