June 12, 2024

50 Quizzes or Questions on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Certainly Here are 50 quiz questions along with their answers to celebrate Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s 127th (23rd January) birth anniversary. These questions cover various aspects of his life, contributions, and the freedom movement. Feel free to use them for your quiz competition:

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Quiz Questions:

  1. Early Life:
    • Q1: In which year was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose born?
    • Q2: Name the place of Netaji’s birth.
    • Q3: What was his father’s name?
    • Q4: Which university did Netaji graduate from?
  2. Freedom Movement:
    • Q5: What was Netaji’s role in the Indian National Congress?
    • Q6: Which famous movement did Netaji launch in 1942?
    • Q7: Name the newspaper founded by Netaji to propagate his political ideas.
  3. Military Contributions:
    • Q8: In which year did Netaji establish the Indian National Army (INA)?
    • Q9: What was the goal of INA during World War II?
    • Q10: Which countries did Netaji visit to seek support for INA?
  4. Leadership and Ideology:
    • Q11: What is Netaji’s famous slogan that inspired the Indian National Army?
    • Q12: Which political philosophy did Netaji follow?
    • Q13: Name the book written by Netaji during his house arrest.
  5. International Connections:
    • Q14: In which country did Netaji seek international support for India’s independence?
    • Q15: Who was the leader of the Axis Powers during World War II, with whom Netaji sought an alliance?
  6. Disappearance and Mystery:
    • Q16: What is the mysterious aspect of Netaji’s death?
    • Q17: Where and when did Netaji allegedly die?
  7. Posthumous Recognition:
    • Q18: When was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose awarded the Bharat Ratna?
    • Q19: Name a prominent institution named after Netaji.
  8. Legacy:
    • Q20: How is Netaji remembered annually in India?
    • Q21: Name a recent film or documentary based on the life of Netaji.
  9. Personal Life:
    • Q22: Who was Netaji’s wife?
    • Q23: Name Netaji’s daughter.
  10. Netaji’s Influence:
  • Q24: How did Netaji’s ideologies influence the post-independence political landscape of India?
  • Q25: Name a prominent leader who was inspired by Netaji.
  1. Historical Connections:
  • Q26: What role did Netaji play in the Indian National Congress in the 1930s?
  • Q27: Name one significant event led by Netaji during the Quit India Movement.
  1. INA Trials:
  • Q28: After World War II, what trials were faced by the members of the Indian National Army?
  • Q29: How did the INA trials impact India’s struggle for independence?
  1. Literary Contributions:
  • Q30: Apart from political writings, what other literary contributions did Netaji make?
  1. Global Perspective:
  • Q31: How is Netaji perceived internationally?
  • Q32: Name a country where Netaji’s contributions are widely acknowledged.
  1. Congress Leadership:
  • Q33: In which year did Netaji become the President of the Indian National Congress?
  • Q34: What were the key initiatives taken by Netaji during his tenure as Congress President?
  1. Revolutionary Acts:
  • Q35: Name one daring act performed by Netaji during his escape to Germany.
  1. Alliance with Axis Powers:
  • Q36: Why did Netaji seek an alliance with the Axis Powers during World War II?
  • Q37: What challenges did Netaji face in gaining support from Axis Powers?
  1. Contribution to Azad Hind Radio:
  • Q38: What role did Azad Hind Radio play in Netaji’s struggle for India’s independence?
  1. Post-Independence Impact:
  • Q39: How did Netaji’s ideas influence the drafting of the Indian Constitution?
  • Q40: Name one policy or initiative inspired by Netaji’s vision.
  1. Role in International Forums:
  • Q41: In which international forum did Netaji raise the issue of India’s independence?
  • Q42: Who were the key leaders with whom Netaji collaborated on the international stage?
  1. Netaji’s Lasting Impact:
  • Q43: In what ways does Netaji’s legacy continue to inspire young Indians today?
  • Q44: Name an institution or award that continues to honor Netaji’s memory.
  1. Contribution to Education:
  • Q45: How did Netaji contribute to the field of education in India?
  • Q46: Name an educational institution named after Netaji.
  1. Relationship with Mahatma Gandhi:
  • Q47: Describe the relationship between Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi.
  • Q48: How did their ideologies differ in the pursuit of India’s independence?
  1. Impact on Subsequent Leaders:
  • Q49: Name at least two political leaders who have acknowledged Netaji’s influence on their careers.
  • Q50: In what ways has Netaji’s leadership style inspired leaders globally?

Quiz Answers:

  1. A1: 1897
  2. A2: Cuttack, Odisha, India
  3. A3: Janakinath Bose
  4. A4: University of Cambridge
  5. A5: He was elected as the President of the Indian National Congress in 1938.
  6. A6: Quit India Movement (1942)
  7. A7: Forward Bloc
  8. A8: 1942
  9. A9: To free India from British rule
  10. A10: Germany, Japan, and Italy
  11. A11: “Give me blood, and I shall give you freedom!”
  12. A12: Socialism
  13. A13: “The Indian Struggle”
  14. A14: Germany
  15. A15: Adolf Hitler
  16. A16: His reported death in a plane crash in 1945 is shrouded in mystery.
  17. A17: Allegedly died in a plane crash on August 18, 1945, in Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan
  18. A18: 1992
  19. A19: Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology (NSIT)
  20. A20: Netaji’s birthday, January 23, is celebrated as “Parakram Diwas.”
  21. A21: “Bose: Dead/Alive”
  22. A22: Emilie Schenkl
  23. A23: Anita Bose Pfaff
  24. A24: Netaji’s ideologies influenced the socialist and nationalist movements post-independence.
  25. A25: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed admiration for Netaji.
  26. A26: Netaji led the left-wing faction of the Congress in the 1930s.
  27. A27: The formation of the Forward Bloc and the establishment of the All India Forward Bloc in 1939.
  28. A28: The INA trials were military tribunals set up by the British to prosecute members of the INA.
  29. A29: The trials contributed to the erosion of the loyalty of the Indian armed forces towards the British.
  30. A30: Netaji wrote poetry and translated books into English.
  31. A31: Netaji is regarded as a freedom fighter and a symbol of resistance against colonialism.
  32. A32: Netaji’s contributions are widely acknowledged in countries like Japan.
  33. A33: Netaji became the Congress President in 1938.
  34. A34: Netaji initiated the mass contact program and emphasized the importance of Purna Swaraj.
  35. A35: Netaji disguised himself as a Pathan to escape from house arrest in 1941.
  36. A36: Netaji sought an alliance to use the enemy’s enemy to gain support for India’s independence.
  37. A37: The Axis Powers were initially hesitant to support India’s cause.
  38. A38: Azad Hind Radio broadcast Netaji’s messages and speeches to the Indian masses.
  39. A39: Netaji’s ideas influenced the inclusion of fundamental rights in the Constitution.
  40. A40: The Planning Commission and economic policies were shaped by Netaji’s vision.
  41. A41: Netaji raised the issue of India’s independence in the League of Nations.
  42. A42: Netaji collaborated with leaders like Subhas Chandra Bose, Jawaharlal Nehru, and others.
  43. A43: Netaji’s legacy inspires a sense of patriotism, courage, and determination.
  44. A44: The Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports and the Netaji Subhas Open University.
  45. A45: Netaji established the National Council of Education to promote education in Bengal.
  46. A46: Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) in New Delhi.
  47. A47: Netaji and Gandhi had ideological differences but shared a common goal of independence.
  48. A48: Gandhi believed in non-violent resistance, while Netaji believed in using force if necessary.
  49. A49: Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Mamata Banerjee have acknowledged Netaji’s influence.
  50. A50: Netaji’s leadership style has inspired leaders like Nelson Mandela and Aung San Suu Kyi.

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