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Anyone taking indo-pak for 2021?
Seniors please share books and study plan.
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Anyone taking indo-pak for 2021?
Seniors please share books and study plan.
I scored 70 in Indo-Pak Css-2019.

My advice is don't opt for it as the course is very lengthy and scoring threshold is far below than that of US History, European or British History.

But if you’re still insisting , then I would recommend 3 books:

712-1856: Book by Sohail Bhatti (don't remember the exact name..but it covers this time period)

1857-1947: Trek to Pakistan by Ahmed Sayeed.

1947 to present : Constitutional and political history by Hamid Khan (3 questions in the 2019 paper came from this book).

DO NOT study from the JWT, Advanced or any other guide books as the examiner knows majority of the candidates consult these guidebooks, hence, he designs the paper in such a manner that make these useless.
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I scored 70 in Indo-Pak Css-2019.

My advice is don't opt for it as the course is very lengthy and scoring threshold is far below than that of US History, European or British History.

But if you’re still insisting , then I would recommend 3 books:

712-1856: Book by Sohail Bhatti (don't remember the exact name..but it covers this time period)

1857-1947: Trek to Pakistan by Ahmed Sayeed.

1947 to present : Constitutional and political history by Hamid Khan (3 questions in the 2019 paper came from this book).

DO NOT study from the JWT, Advanced or any other guide books as the examiner knows majority of the candidates consult these guidebooks, hence, he designs the paper in such a manner that make these useless.
I have opted it due to my interest and existing knowledge.Your score is good and i will be thankful if you could tell me how you prepared for this subject?
Which topics could be skipped and which of them are important...how you attempted questions in paper.
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Assalamoalaikum
Good score ma shaa ALLAH
Plz guide us relating attempting this paper
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