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There is no need to go through whole history but if one insists then focus of study should be on two nation theory, for example how annulment of partition of bengal, Khilafat Movement, Nehru Report and congress ministries strengthened the notion of two nation theory.

Regarding the aforementioned four topics: Since these four topics are very important topics so it's advisable that one should consult multiple resources to grasp their essence but as the time is running out so Ikram Rabani's book coupled with google search engine should do the trick. As the topics are important so one can find sufficient material on this forum as well as on other websites.
I think we should also miss this portion if we are skiping the early history portion.
Aligarh, Deoband, Nadwah, and other educational institutions-------Sindh
Madrassah and Islamia College Peshawae

I do not found these topics in Shamshad Ahmed book .Except the Aligarh movement .From where we can cover these topics ?
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I think we should also miss this portion if we are skiping the early history portion.

Aligarh, Deoband, Nadwah, and other educational institutions-------Sindh

Madrassah and Islamia College Peshawae



I do not found these topics in Shamshad Ahmed book .Except the Aligarh movement .From where we can cover these topics ?

Consult Ikram Raban's book or google these topics
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From pre Partition you should Prepare 4 Topics

Two Nation theory/ideology of Pakistan
Reforms By Sir Syed/Aligarh Movement
Reforms By Shah Wali Allah
Reforms By Mujadid Alif Saani
downfall of muslims is also a part of syllabus and for this we have to cover an era from 712 to 1857 i think so
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