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Plz let us all know How to draw up flow chart with examples plz?
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Lightbulb THx for all these things............but

i need a little help, how much time should i give to every subject according to your idea. and what do you suggest that how many subject we should study in one day
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Plz let us all know How to draw up flow chart with examples plz?


Flowcharting

Flowcharting is a tool for analysing processes. It allows you to break any process down into individual events or activities and to display these in shorthand form showing the logical relationships between them. Constructing flowcharts promotes better understanding of processes or events.
There are no hard and fast rules for making flow charts but ill give an example for your better understanding.You can then change it according to your subject. You can even draw it in different shapes..

A Flowchart on Working of a Lamp...
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O com'on. That's typo. She meant "any notes". ......................................
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Dear Lala.

First congrats to u, secondly thanks to u for guiding us.

Plz tell me that how did u prepare Indo pak history paper II which one book will u recommend for its prepration.

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1.I've read lot of books in Indo Pak history mainly from Quaid e Azam Public library but for general guidance 3 books are good:
1:K Ali
2:Tariq Awan(by feroze sons)
3:Sohail Bhatti
but plz dont rely on them and make ur own good notes.For making notes on Babar I had to read Tuzk-e-Babri too
2:Use quotations of important Historian(you can find quotes even In K Ali)like Elphinstone in your question.
3:In almost every question which I attempted I drew maps of subcontinent and indicated the relevant king's battles on that map.
4.Dont forget to write critical analysis at the end.

It was mentioned on the first page. Go through the thread you'll find some more tips as well
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Dear member

Thank you for suggestion but i m still not clear which book is good for History of india and pakistan PART B . .

Hope to get help soon from Senoirs

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Salam Miss Noor-ul-Ain Fatima. Congratulations.


I want to know from you. From where did you prepared your English. I came to know that you were the student of Professor Mazzafar Bokhari who is teaching CSS in 119 - H Block, Model Town Lahore. Please do reply. I am very weak in English. Please recommend me teacher for English.


I shall be very much thankful to you.

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Asalamualikum,

The book 'A New History Of Indo-Pakistan' by Prof. K. Ali should be a good starting point. It has 2 volumes. Volume I covers the era upto 1526 A.D. and Volume 2 is from 1526 to late 1960s.

The book is very basic and has simple English, nothing too complicated. Other than that you can consult S.M.Ikram as I was told it has "good expression for adding value".

And if you have time and interest in the subject you can further read the book by 'Stanleu Lanepoole'(precisely for Sultanate & Mughal Period i.e. 712-1857). Its very good when it comes to writing great expression.

For Paper 2:
  • Struggle for Pakistan by I.H.Qureshi
  • Towards Pakistan by Dr. Waheed
  • Early Phase, Middle Phase and Final Phase of Pakistan by Jamil-ud-din.

Other than these books there are plenty of books by local authors such as Pakistan Affairs by Ikram Rubbani which can help.

For starters though I would recommend go for K.Ali as it has been written especially keeping in mind the CSS syllabus. The rest is up to you. Go to a library and check out all these books. Then buy the ones that you prefer. And best of luck with your preparation !

Wasalaam

p.s. I was given these tips by a CSP who has been teaching Indo-Pak History to CSS aspirants.
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