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The First Woman Jawan Shanti Tigga MCQs RTMNU BA English Sem 2

The First Woman Jawan Shanti Tigga MCQs are posted for RTMNU Nagpur University BA English Sem 2

MCQS - The First Woman Jawan Shanti Tigga

Information about RTMNU BA Compulsory English Semester 2

RTMNU BA Compulsory English Semester 2 students have to study a very interesting lesson about Shanti Tigga - the first woman jawan. Nagpur University BA English students can learn and revise the lesson by reading this article. In this article English and Hindi explanation about the lesson are given. RTMNU BA English Semester 2 will find this helpful in their studies.

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 Information about Shanti Tigga

 Shanti Tigga was the first female  Indian jawan who broke all the barriers by her hard work and effort and attained success. Shanti Tigga 35 year old mother outperformed her male counterparts in the physical tests to join 969 Railway Engineer Regiment of Territorial Army (T A). 

Shanti Tigga's husband passed away suddenly in the year 2005, she was recruited on the grounds of compassion. Her first job was asa points man at Chalsa station in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district. Shortly after her recruitment she sat for the tests to join the Railway Engineer Regiment of the Territorial Army and in 2011 she succeeded and joined TA.

Indian Army finally started to recruit female officers in the year 1992. The first female cadet batch joined Indian Army on March6, 1993 and included 25 woman. Woman were recruited in short service commison (SSC) officers and they could work for a maximum of 14 years. Shanti Tigga broke all the barriers and oined as the first female jawan. She has become a role model and true inspiration for woman across all fields and divsions. Shanti's story is of courage and determination and gives hope to many woman.

How was Shanti Tigga's performance in physical test?

Shanti performed very well in all the physical tests. She took five seconds less than her male counterparts to complete the 1.5 km run. She completed the 50-meter run in 12 seconds which is rated as excellent. She was selected in TA on the basis of her excellent performance in the physical tests.

During her recruitment Training RTC, Tigga impressed the firing instructors with her skills and earned the top most position of marksman. She was awarded the title of 'Best Trainee' during her training at the recruitment camp. Unfortunately her life was brought to an abrupt end and she was found dead on May 13, 2013. Shanti truly was an exceptional figure who will continue to inspire and motivate  many woman.

RTMNU BA English Lesson Shanti Tigga MCQs

Answer the following MCQ Multiple Choice Questions:

1.       1.In what capacity are women allowed to join Army?

A.      As jawan

B.      As Officers in the combat category

C.      As Nurses

D.      As officers in the non combat category

Ans – D

2.      2. Shanti Tigga was awarded by the President Pratibha Patil_______

A.      For her extraordinary achievements

B.      For her status as a female jawans

C.      In absentia

D.      Because she was the best in handling guns

Ans - A

3.       3.Shanti Tigga was employed in the railway on_________

A.      Merit

B.      Ad-hoc basis

C.      Compensatory ground

D.      Contract

Ans – C

4.       4.The Indian Army started recruiting female officers in the year_________

A.      1993

B.      1995

C.      1994

D.      1992

Ans – D

5.       5.In which year was Shanti Tigga recruited?

A.      2005

B.      2004

C.      2003

D.      2006

Ans – 2005

6.       6.How did Tigga perform in the physical tests for the recruitment to Army?

A.      Exceedingly well

B.      Below expectations

C.      Within the required limits

D.      Hesitantly

Ans – A

7.       7.What was the time difference between Tigga and her male counterparts in the 1.5 km             race?

A.      1 second

B.      3 seconds

C.      5 seconds

D.      5.5 seconds

Ans – C

8.       8.With her overall performance in the Recruitment Training Camp (RTC) Tigga was                 adjudged____

A.      An inept trainee

B.      The best trainee

C.      Ordinary trainee

D.      Unfocussed trainee

Ans – B

9.          9.Tigga was found blindfolded and rescued by_______

A.      A fellow officer

B.      A fellow jawan

C.      A train driver

D.      The police

Ans – C

1     10.What barrier did Shanti Tigga break?

A.      Became the first woman jawan

B.      Became the first woman army officer

C.      Became the first woman railway engineer

D.      Became the first senior Navy officer

Ans – A

1     11.What motivated Tigga to become a part of the army?

A.      Her deceased husband was the part of armed forces

B.      Some of her relatives who were in the army

C.      The patriotic  feeling after viewing a movie

D.      The speech made by one of the political leader

Ans – B

1     12.How did Tigga impress fire instructors during training camp?

A.      With her ability to strike the target

B.      With her ability to carry heavy guns

C.      With her ability to load a gun quickly

D.      With her ability at handling guns

Ans – A

1      13.Prior to joining the territorial Army, Tigga was posted at ______railway station

A.      Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal

B.      Jalpaiguri district in East Bengal

C.      Jalpaiguri district in South Bengal

D.      Jalpaiguri district in North Bengal

Ans – A

1     14. What did Tigga inform about her abductors?

A.      That they were five in number

B.      That they wanted to extract money from her

C.      That they did not harm her physically

D.      That they were her former colleagues

Ans – C

15    15. Tigga died due to _________

A.      Poisoning

B.      Stabbing

C.      Over dose

D.      Hanging

Ans – D

16.   16.What made the police doubt the truthfulness of Tigga's statement?

A.      Her Mental state was not sound

B.      Prior to this  incident she was alleged of bribery

C.      Certain inconsistencies in her statement

D.      She was under the influence of strong doses of medicines

Ans - C

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