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Hope you are enjoying good health and peace of mind. I need your opinion that in recent syllabus of FPSC for CSS that topics of Pakistan movement are not outlined in detail. Focus in on current issued. Am I supposed to cover whole Pakistan movement in detail or just I have to stick to topic that are outlined in FPSC.
Attach herewith is screenshot of topics related to Pakistan movement outlined in syllabus issued by FPSC.

Further are these books are good for Pakistan affairs.
1. Ahmmad Saeed Trek to Pakistan (for pre-partition)
2- Pakistan Affairs (M. Ikram Rabbani)
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1. Stick to the topics mentioned in syllabus by FPSC.
2. Trek To Pakistan is a wonderful book. It will also help you for the MCQ section. Do read it. Just go through it once thoroughly.
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Thank you... and what's about Rabbani's book ? Trek to Pakistan is enough or should I read 2nd one too ?

One last question.... how much days are enough for the preparation of Pakistan affairs ?
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Thank you... and what's about Rabbani's book ? Trek to Pakistan is enough or should I read 2nd one too ?
You should read another book also. But do not spend so much time. Read the relating topics from other book. It will be enough.

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One last question.... how much days are enough for the preparation of Pakistan affairs ?
If you are going to study only Pakistan Affairs, 15 to 20 days (Daily 10-12 hours) are enough. Do not forget to go through past papers ans attempt questions from them. Also prepare MCQs portion well enough to make difference.
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please somebody will guide me that should we not prepare history portion 1857 to 1947 after the amended syllabus , more ever should we skip the section of history from 712-1857
Examiner will ask questions about these portions or not ??
seniors are requested to put light on my querry
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please somebody will guide me that should we not prepare history portion 1857 to 1947 after the amended syllabus , more ever should we skip the section of history from 712-1857

Examiner will ask questions about these portions or not ??

seniors are requested to put light on my querry

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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
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thank you for your worthy questions and answere
This is exactly what my delimma..
Because
i am still confused to go through the complete history or just stick to only these four topics..
If yes so? then what shall be our main focus of study?
And which book shall we read for
Pak affairs...
Please guide into it in much detail
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thank you for your worthy questions and answere
This is exactly what my delimma..
Because
i am still confused to go through the complete history or just stick to only these four topics..
If yes so? then what shall be our main focus of study?
And which book shall we read for
Pak affairs...
Please guide into it in much detail


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.
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What are the topics of pakistan affairs regarding new syllabus
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What are the topics of pakistan affairs regarding new syllabus
I. Ideology of Pakistan-- definition and elucidation, historical aspects: Muslim rule in
the Sub-Continent, its downfall and efforts for Renaissance. Movements for
reforms-- Shaikh Ahmad Sarhindi, Shah Waliullah, Sayyid Ahmad Shaheed,
Aligarh, Deoband, Nadwah, and other educational institutions-------Sindh
Madrassah and Islamia College Peshawar. Ideology of Pakistan in the light of
Speeches and statements of Allama Iqbal and Quaid- i Azam Muhammad Ali
Jinnah.
II. Land and people of Pakistan-- Geography, Society, Natural resources,
Agriculture, Industry and education with reference to characteristics, trends and
problems.
III. Pakistan and Changing Regional Apparatus
IV. Nuclear Program of Pakistan, its Safety and Security; International Concerns
V. Regional Cooperation Organizations (SAARC,ECO,SCO) and the Role of Pakistan
VI. Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan
VII. Economic Challenges in Pakistan
VIII. Non-Traditional Security Threats in Pakistan: Role of Non-State Actors
IX. Pakistan’s Role in the Region
X. The Palestine Issue
XI. Changing Security Dynamics for Pakistan: Challenges to National Security of
Pakistan
XII. Political Evolution Since 1971
XIII. Pakistan and US War on Terror
XIV. Foreign Policy of Pakistan Post 9/11
XV. Evolution of Democratic System in Pakistan
XVI. Ethnic Issues and National Integration
XVII. Hydro Politics ; Water Issues in Domestic and Regional Context
XVIII. Pakistan’s National Interest
XIX. Challenges to Sovereignty
XX. Pakistan’s Energy Problems and their Effects
XXI. Pakistan’s Relations with Neighbors excluding India
XXII. Pakistan and India Relations Since 1947
XXIII. The Kashmir Issue
XXIV. The war in Afghanistan since 1979 and its impact on, and challenges to Pakistan in
the Post 2014 era.
XXV. Proxy Wars: Role of External Elements

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XXVI. Economic Conditions of Pakistan, the Most Recent Economic Survey, the Previous
and Current Budgets, and the Problems and Performance of Major Sectors of
Economy.
XXVII. The Recent Constitutional and Legal Debates, the Latest Constitutional
Amendments and Important Legislations, Legal Cases and the Role of Higher
Courts.
XXVIII. The Prevailing Social Problems of Pakistan and the Strategies to Deal with Them,
Poverty, Education, Health and Sanitation.

Source: FPSC Revised Syllabus
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