Who was the Viceroy of India, when the GOI Act of 1919 was passed?
a) Lord Minto IIb) Lord Chelmsfordc) Lord Morleyd) Lord Montagu
Lord Chelmsford was the Viceroy of India during the passage of the Government of India Act of 1919
The Montagu-Chelmsford Report formed the basis of:
a) Indian Councils Act of 1909b) Government of India Act of 1919c) Government of India Act of 1935d) Indian Independence Act of 1947
The Montagu-Chelmsford Report, also known as Montford Reforms, which were announced in July 1918, formed the basis of the Government of India Act of 1919
Which of the following is not a feature of the GOI Act of 1919?
a) Introduction of dyarchy in the executive government of provinces.b) Introduction of separate communal electorates for Muslimsc) Devolution of legislative authority by the Centre to provincesd) Separation of Provincial Budget from Central Budget
The Indian Councils Act of 1909 provided for separate communal electorates for Muslims
The Montague-Chelmsford Proposals were related to:
a) Social reformsb) Educational reformsc) Constitutional reformsd) Reforms in police administration
The British Government in India launch the Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms to introduce self-governing institutions gradually to India. These reforms formed the basis of the GOI Act 1919. Hence, they are related to Constitutional Reforms.