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Course: History Class 8, Topic: Chapter 1 How, When

Q9. Who was James Mill? Ans. James Mill was a Scottish economist and political philosopher, who published a massive three-volume work, A History of British India. Q10. Who wrote the book ‘A History of British India’? Ans. In 1817, James Mill, a Scottish economist and political philosopher, published a massive three-volume work, A History of

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James Mill was a severe critic of the Orientalists.

James Mill severely attacked the Orientalists. He declared that he British effort should not be to teach what the natives wanted, or what they respected, in order to please them and “win a place in their heart”. The aim of education ought to be to teach what was useful and practical.

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James Mill Tough Questions Answered

What is interesting in this quotation is James Mill’s reason for becoming an atheist. It wasn’t about primarily “logic and evidence,” but about a moral problem the existence of evil. For Mill, the existence of a morally perfect and infinitely powerful God is impossible given the evil in the world.

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Class 8 History Chapter 1 Extra Questions and Answers How

Oct 16, 2020· What was James Mill’s view about Asian societies? Answer: James Mill thought Asian societies to be at a lower level of civilization than Europe. Question 8. What was the view of Mill about India? Answer: In Mill’s view, India was not capable of progress without British help. Question 9. In which other way have historians divided Indian

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James Mill Scottish philosopher, historian, and

James Mill, (born April 6, 1773, Northwater Bridge, Forfarshire, Scot.—died June 23, 1836, London, Eng.), Scottish philosopher, historian, and economist.He was prominent as a representative of philosophical radicalism, a school of thought also known as Utilitarianism, which emphasized the need for a scientific basis for philosophy as well as a humanist approach to politics and economics.

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MCQ Questions for Class 8 History Chapter 1 How, When and

Sep 30, 2020· (a) James Mill (b) James Rennel (c) William (d) None of these. Answer. Answer: (b) James Rennel James Rennel was asked by Robert Clive to produce maps of Hindustan. An enthusiastic supporter of British conquest of India, Rennel saw preparation of

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Class 8 History Chapter 8 Extra Questions and Answers

Aug 18, 2020· James Mill attacked the orientalists and declared that the British should not make efforts to teach what the natives wanted or respected, in order to please them. Picture Based Questions Class 8 History Chapter 8 Civilising the Native, Educating the Nation. Look at the picture given below and answer the following questions:

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Class 8 History Social Science Chapter 1 How, When and

(iii) The periodisation of Indian history offered by James Mill was not at all accepted. (iv) The British carried out detailed surveys by the early 19th century in order to map the entire country. (v) James Mill glorified India and its culture in his book A History of British India. Answer. (i) True, (ii) False, (iii) False, (iv) True, (v) False.

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Civilising the Native Educating the Nation Extra Questions

Extra Questions for Class 8 will be useful in understanding the key concepts properly. James Mill and Thomas Babington Macaulay. 2. Why was Calcutta Madrasa set up? Answer. Calcutta Madrasa was set up to promote the study of Arabic, Persian and Islamic law. 3. Why was the Hindu College established in Benaras? Answer.

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Class 8 History Chapter 1 Extra Questions and Answers How

Oct 16, 2020· What was James Mill’s view about Asian societies? Answer: James Mill thought Asian societies to be at a lower level of civilization than Europe. Question 8. What was the view of Mill about India? Answer: In Mill’s view, India was not capable of progress without British help. Question 9. In which other way have historians divided Indian

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James Mill Tough Questions Answered

What is interesting in this quotation is James Mill’s reason for becoming an atheist. It wasn’t about primarily “logic and evidence,” but about a moral problem the existence of evil. For Mill, the existence of a morally perfect and infinitely powerful God is impossible given the evil in the world.

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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

Class 8 History Chapter 1 How, When and Where Short Answer Type Questions. Question 1. How did James Mill view India? Answer. James Mill did not cherish any positive idea about India. He was of the opinion that all Asian societies were at a lower level of civilisation than Europe. According to his telling of history, before the British came to

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Class 8 History Chapter 8 Extra Questions and Answers

Aug 18, 2020· James Mill attacked the orientalists and declared that the British should not make efforts to teach what the natives wanted or respected, in order to please them. Picture Based Questions Class 8 History Chapter 8 Civilising the Native, Educating the Nation. Look at the picture given below and answer the following questions:

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Course: History Class 8 Education With Fun

What was the reason behind the use of dates in history? How did James Mill view India? What is the problem with the periodisation of Indian history that James Mill offers? The Periodisation of Indian History made by James Mill during 1817 was unjustified. Why? Historians divide Indian history into ancient, medieval and modem.

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Why did James Mill and Thomas Macaulay think that European

James Mill and Thomas Babington Macaulay thought that European education was essential for India because they were of the opinion that the knowledge of the East was unscientific, illogical and irrational. They contended that the western education was scientific and logical.

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State whether true or false: James Mill was a severe

Jan 17, 2018· James Mill was a severe critic of the Orientalists. The 1854 Despatch on education was in favour of English being introduced as a medium of higher education in India. Mahatma Gandhi thought that promotion of literacy was the most important aim of education. Rabindranath Tagore felt that children ought to be subjected to strict discipline.

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Civilising the Native Educating the Nation Extra Questions

Extra Questions for Class 8 will be useful in understanding the key concepts properly. James Mill and Thomas Babington Macaulay. 2. Why was Calcutta Madrasa set up? Answer. Calcutta Madrasa was set up to promote the study of Arabic, Persian and Islamic law. 3. Why was the Hindu College established in Benaras? Answer.

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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

Important Questions on 8th History Chapter 7 State whether true or false: James Mill was a severe critic of the Orientalists. James Mill was a severe critic of the Orientalists.

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Chapter 9 Women, Caste and Reform MCQ Test 1 History

Dec 21, 2018· b. James Mill c. Henry Thomas Colebrooke d. William Jones. Q.7- Who founded the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College? a. Muhammad All b. Shaukat All c. Sayyid Ahmed Khan d. Deoband School. Q.8- Madigas were an important untouchable caste of which state? a. Madhya Pradesh b. Orissa c. Bihar d. Andhra Pradesh. Q.9- Who formed the ‘Brahmo Samaj

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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

Oct 02, 2019· Class 8 History Chapter 8 Civilising the “Native”, Educating the Nation Exercise Questions. Question 1. Choose the correct option. (i) The ideas of William Jones were supported by (a) James Mill (b) Thomas Macaulay (c) Charles Wood (d) Henry Thomas Colebrooke (ii) A madrasa was set up in Calcutta in 1781 to promote the study of (a) Urdu (b

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Government work by Mill Britannica

Other articles where Government is discussed: James Mill: One of the articles, “government,” had considerable influence on public opinion in the 1820s. (See the Britannica Classic: government.) In it, Mill concluded that a representative democracy based on wide suffrage is a necessary element of good government. “Government,” which was possibly the most succinct statement of the

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How, When and Where Class 8 MCQs Questions with Answers

Dec 15, 2020· (i) James Mill (a) The first Governor General of India (ii) Warren Hastings (b) Scholars who write histories (iii) Calligraphists (c) A Scottish economise and political leader (iv) Historians (d) The earlier period of the history (v) Ancient (e) Expert in writing documents with beautiful hand-writing

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Class 8 History Social Science Chapter 8 Civilising the

( a) James Mill (b) Thomas Macaulay (c) Both (a) to (b) (c) None of the above (iv) The name associated with the establishment of Serampore Mission (Sources 2 and 3) taken from NCERT textbook subsequently and answer the questions that follow: 1. An argument for European knowledge

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