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PAPER - I

SULTAN MUHAMMAD BIN TUGHLAQ
  • "Sultan Muhammad Tughluq was a victim of circumstances over which he had nominal control" Comment. (2000), (2007)
  • Sultan Muhammad-bin-Tughluq’s character was a mixture of two extremes, but he was a man of Ideas”. Discuss. (2002)
  • Discuss good points and bad points ofSultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq. (2003)
  • Critically analyse the causes of the downfall of Tughluq Dynasty (2008)

MAHMOOD OF GHAZNA
  • Mahmood of Ghzna’s real aim was to establish a Turkish Empire and his Indian Campaigns were only means to this end”. Comment. (2002)
  • Mahmud of Ghazna, it is generally believed had face to the west and back to the east and thus heeded less to the making of an empire in the sub-continent. Comment. (2005)
  • Mahmud Ghaznavi’s invasions of India are controversial while some consider him a Mujahid others consider him an aggressor, which opinion do you support? Support your answer with strong arguments? (2009)

SULTANATE OF DELHI
  • Bring out the leading features of the state system under the Sultans of Delhi. (2001)
  • Note: The Judicial System of the Sultanate of Delhi (2002)
  • Note: Society and culture under the Sultanate. (2003)
  • Briefly relate the social and cultural effects of the contact of Islam with Hinduism under the Sultanate of Delhi.(2004)
  • Describe the salient features of the Muslim rule in the subcontinent under the Sultans of the Delhi. (2006)
  • Note: The Mongol policy of the sultans of Delhi (2006)
  • Note: Impact of Islam during Delhi Sultanate (2008)
  • Whom you consider as real founder of Delhi Sultanate? Discuss with judgment of the roles of Shahab-ud-Din Ghouri, Qutub-ud-Din Aibak and Iltutmis. (2010)
  • Elaborate the importance of Delhi as the centre of Muslim cultural advancement and bride of all cities in orient and its devastation during the Muslim rule by the invaders. (2010)
  • 'Illtutmish was the real founder of Sultanates of Delhi.' Build your own argument on the statement with relevant facts. (2011)
  • Evaluate the role of Ulama and Umara in the development of Sultanate of Delhi. (2011)
  • Discuss in detail the society and culture during the Sultanate period.(2014)

MUGHAL EMPIRE
  • Note: The Prerogatives of the Mughal Emperor. (2000)
  • Bring out the salient features of the judicial administration under the great Mughals. (2000)
  • How far do you agree with the view that the moral decay of nobility and the foreign invasions during the 18th century accelerated the decline of the Mughal Empire (2002)
  • Note: Agrarian system of the Mughals (2003)
  • Note: Mansabdari System of the Mughals. (2004)
  • "The administrative structure which goes under the name of "Mughal Administartion" was the culmination of experience gained during centuries of Muslim Rule". Discuss (2006)
  • Sophistication in society and culture during the mughal rule reflected the glory of the empire. Enumerate and highlight the achievement during this period. (2008)
  • Why the weak and incapable Mughal rulers were unable to rule India, discuss with reference to the role of nobility keeping in view their main factions and the leadership? (2010)
  • None of Mughal succession since Akbar was without a stain of blood.” Discuss the statement with examples and arguments in each case. (2010)
  • Give an anaytical study of central administration of Mughals.(2012)
  • Write a brief but comprehensive Essay on the factors, forces and issues which contributes in establishing mughal rule in the subcontinent. (2013)


MUGHAL ART, LITERATURE & ARCHITECTURE
  • "Taj Mahal marks the perfect moment in the evolution of architecture of the Mughal Period". Discuss and also mention the distinctive features of Mughal architecture. (2000)
  • With the advent of the Mughal, there ushered in a new era of artistic and literary activities. Explain. (2001)
  • Note: Mughal Architecture and painting (2002)
  • Discuss the main characteristics of the Mughal architecture and mention some of the
  • Important Mughal buildings. (2004)
  • Describe the growth and expansion of the Hindi and Sanskrit literature in the subcontinent under the Muslim patronage. (2005)
  • Give an account of the development of Mughal architecture with special reference to Mughal buildings in Pakistan. (2007)
  • Highlight the role of art, architecture and literature inprojecting the image of muslims in the sub continent.(2013)
  • Write a comprehensive note on the art , architecture and literature of Mughal era, mentioning all the important architectural monuments and literary works produced during the period.(2014)



MUSLIM RULE
  • Note: Muslim contribution to Cuisine (2005)
  • Note: Muslim contribution to dress (2005)
  • Note: Muslim contribution to fine arts (2005)
  • Note: Muslim contribution to form of architecture(2005)
  • Hindu India lacked historical writings. Muslims introduced historiography here. Could you record any major historical work of the early Muslim period of the Indo-Pakistan sub-continent? (2005)
  • Would you agree with a general assessment that the lack of a codified law of succession in state affairs marred the growth of smooth administration in the medieval Muslim rule in the Indo Pak sub-continent? (2006)
  • Identify and evaluate the short term and long term impact of the Muslim's invasion on the subcontinent. (2013)
  • Give a brief review of the Socio-Economic conditions of the people under the sultans and Mughals.(2013)

SHER SHAH SURI
  • "By his political reforms and policy of religious toleration, Sher Shah Suri laid the foundation of an enlightened government". Discuss. (2000)
  • Elucidate the importance and effects of Sher Shah Suri's administrative and economic reforms. (2002)
  • Sher Shah was the pioneer of a comprehensive system of administration in the sub continent to be followed by his successors in history." Discuss. (2007)
  • The comprehensive Reform Programme introduced by Sher Shah Suri laid the foundation of strong monarchy during Mughal rule. Analyse (2008)
  • 'By his political reforms and poicy of religious toleration Sher Shah laid the foundation of an enlightened government.' Discuss. (2011)
  • Why Sher shah suri is called forerunner of Akbar? which policies and measures of sher shah suri were adapted by Akbar? (2014)

SHAH JAHAN
  • Note: Shah Jahan’s relations with the Portuguese. (2000)
  • Shah Jahan’s rule was regarded as the most glorious period of the Mughal empire. Elucidate. (2003)

JALAL-UD-DIN AKBAR
  • Note: Ain-i-Akbar (2001)
  • Din-e-Ilahi was “an outcome of ridiculous vanity, a monstrous growth of unrestrained autocracy.” Elaborate. (2001), (2004)
  • "Akbar gave prosperity and restored peace and order due to his policies". Discuss. (2000)
  • Critically examine Akbar’s Rajput Policy in the establishment or declination of the Mughal dynasty (2002)
  • Highlight the steps taken by Akbar for the consolidation of Mughal Empire.
  • The religious policy of Akbar was either a lesson for the universal toleration or the distortion in Islam. Critically analyze (2008)
  • Akbar is considered not only a great administrator but also a great warrior, write a detailed note on his administration? (2009)
  • 'Akbar fully realized the absence of national spirit in the Mughal Empire and tried to build one, but history of his dynasty records that he filed in the taks'. In this context discuss Akbar's policy towards non Muslims. (2011)

SULTAN MUHAMMAD GHORI
  • Give an account of the campaigns of Sultan Muhammad Ghori. How do you account for his success over the Rajput rulers? (2001)

HAMAYUN
  • “He (Humayun) tumbled through life and he tumbled out of it.” Discuss the character of Humayun in the light of these remarks and account for his ultimate failure. (2001)

BABUR
  • Highlight the salient merits and demerits of Babur as a man and as an Empire Builder. (2002)
  • Describe the character and personality of Babar as it emerges from the study of his own Memoirs. (2004)
  • Note: Historical value of the Tuzuk-i-Baburi (2006)
  • Babur failed in central Asia but succeeded in India why? Give a detailed note on his administration? (2009)

  • Estimate the charater and achievements of zaheer ud din baber.(2012)

SULTAN SHAMS-UD-DIN ALTUTMISH
  • Sultan Altutmish was the real founder of the early Turkish sultanate. Comment. (2003)
  • "Iltutmish is regarded as the real founder of the slave dynasty".How and Why? (2006)
  • Iltutmush is amongst the greatest early Turkish sultans of Dehli, he was an intrepid warrior and a patron of Arts and literature. Discuss (2009)
  • 'Illtutmish was the real founder of Sultanates of Delhi.' Build your own argument on the statement with relevant facts. (2011)
  • Sham-ud-din Iltutmish organizedthe adminstration in newly conquered territories as a loose decentralizad system in which high noble were treated as the peers of king". discuss.(2012)

AURANGZEB ALAMGIR
  • Write a note on character and personality of Aurangzeb Alamgir. (2003)
  • Discuss the career and character of Aurangzeb Alamgir. Where did he falter? (2005)
  • "The war of succession among the sons of the Shah Jehan was in fact, war between the two ideologies". Comment and account for the success of Aurangzeb Alamgir. (2006)
  • Aurangazeb is generally charged with bigoted religious policy. Write a critical note on his religious policy. (2009)
  • How would you evaluate Aurangzeb as a ruler? Discuss in lenght his successes and failures to supprt your view point? (2014)

NOOR-UD-DIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR
  • Highlight the merits and demerits of Nuruddeen Muhammed Jahangir. (2003)

SULTAN GHYAS-UD-DIN BALBAN
  • What were the measures adopted by Balban to consolidate his empire and strengthen the authority the Sultan? (2004)
  • Ghiyasuddin Balban successfully suppressed the internal and external rebellion that provided stability to his reign. Analyze (2008)
  • 'Internal consolidation rather than territorial expansion was the keynote of Bulban's policy'. Elucidate. (2011)
  • Ghiyasuddin Balban managed the defense of the country against the foreign aggression and internal danger but called for re-organization of administration to make it effective". Comment.(2012)
  • Narrate the steps taken by Ghiyas ud din balban for consolidating his rule. (2013)

  • How did Ghayasuddin balban consolidate his rule ?What were his major achievements as a ruler? (2014)


SULTAN ALA-UD-DIN KHILJI
  • Write a detailed note on Alauddeen Khelji’s character and achievements. (2003)
  • Note: Price control system of Alauddin Khalji. (2004)
  • Describe the fiscal reforms of Alauddin Khilji. Mow far he was ahead of his time? (2005)
  • Allaudin Khilji's administrative and economic policies were more successfuul than his foreign conquests (2008)
  • Allahu-din-Khilji is considered the pioneer of efficient administration structure in medieval India. Write a comprehensive note on his administrative reforms? (2009)
  • Give an account of market regulations and price control system of Allaudin Khilji?(2014)

ARAB ACQUISITION
  • 'The Arab conquest of Sind was only an episode in the history of India and of Islam, a triumph without results". Do you agree with the view? (2004)
  • How would you justify the statement that "Sindh is Babul-Islam” with reference to the Arab conquest of Sindh? (2007)
  • Trace the history of Arab Conquests of present day Pakistan highlighting the contributions of the Muslim in transformation of the society and culture. (2010)
  • Analyse the impact of the conquest of Sindh led by Muhammad Bin Qasim. Is it correct to say that this conquest was a mere episode in the history of Sub Continent. (2011)
  • Conquest of sind produced everlasting results not only in sindh but also in al over the South asia" discuss.(2012)

MUSLIM SAINTS
  • Briefly review the relations of Ulama and Mashaikh with the Khalji. and Tughluq Sultans. (2000)
  • Note: Hazrat Mujaddid Alf Sani (2001), (2004)
  • Give a brief review of the services rendered by the Muslim Saints for the propagation of Islam during the sultanate period. (2006)
  • Note: Bahauddin Zakariya (2007)
  • Discuss at length the services rendered for Islam by Hazrat Mujaddid Alf Sani. (2007)
  • Discuss the role of Hazrat Mujadid Alf sani in the revival of Muslim values and traditions with special reference to his opposition to Akbar’s religious policy? (2009)
  • Khanqahs played an important role in the demonstration of Islamic idea of Tauheed as a working principal in the social life of India. Discuss. (2011)
  • Evaluate the role of Ulama and Umara in the development of Sultanate of Delhi. (2011)
  • Give a study of origin and teaching of chistiyya order.(2012)
  • Give brief account of the services rendered by sufis and Ulemas in developing the Muslim society in the sub continent.(2013)
  • Make a comparison between the teachngs, Khanqah organization and attitude towards the state of sufi saints of Chistiya and suharwardi orders or silsilahs of sufism in India?(2014)

MISCELLANEOUS
  • Note: Amir Khusru (2001), (2007)
  • Note: Rise and falls of Nur Jahan (2006)
  • Note: Dara-Shikoh (2007)
  • Note: Condition of India in 1526 (2008)
  • Note: War of succession among the sons of Shah Jehan (2008)
  • The slave system was a source of weakness as well as strength in the early Turkish Empire. Discuss. (2001)
  • Trace the rise of the Bakhti Movement. Examine its teachings and contribution to society and culture. (2007)
  • Compare the South Asian plain society with the desert and mountain society invaders applying Ibn-i-Khaldun’s philosophy. (2010)
  • Write a comprehensive account of rebelling states wearing away from he weakling Mughal Centre during 18th century. (2010)
  • Highlight the role of noor jahan in the reign of jahangir.(2012)
  • "The reign of Firuz tughlaq closed the most brilliant Epoch of the Muslim Rule in India before the reign of Akbar" comment. (2013)
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PAPER - II


BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY
  • Give an account of the arrival of the English in subcontinent. Trace, historically the the manner in which they succeeded in establishing factories and trade centre in indo Pakistan. Also the circumstances which forced the east India company to assume the shape of power from peace ful trade company.(2012)
  • Analysis the impact of the British East India Company's rule (1757- 1857) upon the Muslim of indo pak subcontinent. (2013)
  • How the British East India Company emerged as a Political force from a trading firm? (2014)



SHAH WALI ULLAH
  • Highlight he contributions of Shah Waliulah towards regeneration of the Muslims of South Asia (2002), (2006), (2009)

SIR SYED AHMED KHAN
  • Evaluate the impact of the services rendered by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan towards the regeneration of the Muslims. (2000)
  • Highlight the role played by Sir Syed as father of two-nation theory.
  • What role did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan play in the reawakening of the Muslims of the sub-Continent? Discuss. (2007)

ALIGARH MOVEMENT
  • What is meant by the Aligarh Movement? Critically examine its services to the cause of education. (2006)
  • Aligarh Movement created reawakening among Muslims to provide a political platform through Education network" Analyze the statement (2008)
  • Examine Aligarh movement and services rendered by sir syed ahmed khan to the uplift the educational services for the awakening of the muslims of sub continent.(2012)
  • Bring out the role of aligarh movement in the intellectual and political awakening of the Muslims of sub continent. (2013)
  • "No Aligarh movement - No independence - No Pakistan" give arguments in favor or against the common belief.(2014)

CABINET MISSION
  • Discus in detail the Cabinet Mission Plan and analyze the causes of its failure (2002)
  • Note: Cabinet Mission Plan (2008)
  • Cabinet Mission Plan of 1946 is considered by some quarters as the best alternative for the partition of India in 1947. Discuss its main recommendations and also analyze why it failed to get the approval from the major political parties of India? (2010)

PARTITION OF BENGAL (1905)
  • "The Hindu reaction on the Partition of Bengal (1905) proved a blessing in disguise for the Muslims". Elucidate. (2000)
  • What circumstances led to the partition of Bengal in 1905? How it affected Hindu-British and Hindu-Muslim relations? Discuss in detail (2009)
  • What were the conditions which necessitated the partition of Bengal in 1905? What was th reaction of the hindus and muslims shown towards the partition?(2012)

INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
  • Give a detailed account of the Congress policies against Muslims from 1937 to 1939. (2001), (2005)
  • Why the Indian National Congress could not provide sufficient guarantee for the Muslims to safeguard their rights? Discuss (2008)
  • Congress rule during 1937-1939 provided an opportunity to all India Muslim League to reorganize. Discuss congress rule in provinces and its impact on AIML. (2009)
  • Compare and contrast the manifestos of All-India National Congress and All-India Muslim League at the time of their establishments. Do you think there were some common points between the two parties? If yes, how they differed with each other later on? (2010)

ALL INDIA MUSLIM LEAGUE
  • Examine the circumstances that led to the foundation of All India Muslim League. What were its main objects? (2002), (2006)
  • Compare and contrast the manifestos of All-India National Congress and All-India Muslim League at the time of their establishments. Do you think there were some common points between the two parties? If yes, how they differed with each other later on? (2010)

SIMLA DEPUTATION
  • Note: The Simla Deputation (1906) (2000)
  • Analyze the significance of Simla Deputation under the leadership of Sir Agha Khan. (2001)

LUCKNOW PACT
  • Note: The Lucknow Pact (2001)
  • Critically discuss the importance of Lucknow Pact brining out of it’s merits and demerits from Muslim point of view (2002)
  • Narrate the factors leading to the Lucknow Pact (1916). (2004)
  • The Lucknow pact provided a commitment to Hindu-Muslim unity but it soon failed. Discuss (2008)
  • Lucknow Pact, 1916 in considered the culmination of Hind-Muslim unity. What circumstances led to the historical fact between the Hindus and Muslims? Discuss its main points and also analyze the causes of its failure. (2010)

KHILAFAT MOVEMENT
  • "Khilafat Movement was a real disaster". Comment. (2000)
  • Trace the genesis of the Khilafat Movement? What were its effects on the history of South-Asia? (2006)
  • The Khilafat Movement Spearheaded the Pakistan Movement and provided the necessary weapon through which a political war to identify the Muslims as such could be waged." Discuss. (2007)
  • Critically evaluate the socio-political and religio-political effects of the Khilaft Movement on the life of Indian Muslims. (2011)
  • Trade the course of the khilafat Movement and assess its significance for the development of Indian nationalism. (2013)

FOURTEEN POINTS
  • Write down the fourteen points of Quaid-i-Azam and its importance towards the creation of Pakistan. (2005)
  • The fourteen points of Quaid-e-Azam was befitting response to Nehru Report. Give your analysis (2008)

NEHRU REPORT
  • "The Nehru Report was not less than a document of slavery for the Muslims". Discuss. (2000)
  • "Nehru Report proved a blessing in disguise for the Muslims". Discuss.
  • Examine those provisions of Nehru Report which affected the Muslims. What was the Muslim Reaction to those proposals? (2007)

SEPARATE HOMELAND
  • Describe the circumstances which forced Allama Iqbal to suggest a separate homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent in 1930. How did it affect the political life of the Indian Muslims. (2004)
  • Do you agree that Minto -Morley REforms (1909) proved a watershed to recognize the rights of minorities in India? How did it help Muslim League to demand separate home land for muslims? (2008)
  • The Allahabad Address of Dr. Muhammad Iqbal was a synthesis of several schemes and proposals presented by the Indian Muslims for the solutions of Hindu-Muslim issues. Give an historical account of all these schemes and prposals. (2011)
  • " The policies of Indian national congress between 1937 to 1947 were such as to make the partition of India inevitable" Discuss, (2013)
  • Critically examine the role of Muslim religious parties toward making of Pakistan.(2014)


QUAID-E-AZAM
  • Highlight the services rendered by Quaid-i-Azam for the consolidation of Pakistan. (2000)
  • Describe the role of Quaid-e-Azam as Father of the Nation from Lahore Resolution to the creation of Pakistan. (2001)
  • Note: Quaid-e-Azam as first Governor General (2001), (2005), (2007)
  • Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah as the first Governor General of Pakistan. How do you analyse his administration as a trend setter and a role model for the good governance in present day Pakistan. (2011)

LIAQUAT ALI KHAN

  • Analyse the policise of the Khan Liaquat Ali Khan as general secretary of muslim league and as a prime minister of Pakistan.(2013)

CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Describe briefly the process of Constitution making in Pakistan from 1947-1956. Account for the causes of delay in framing the Constitution.
  • The constitution of 1973 proved to be more lasting as compared with the previous attempts. Critically examine the factors responsible for this phenomenon (2002)
  • Trace the history of Constitutional Development in Pakistan since her inception analyzing the problems faced by the country in search of Democracy. (2007)
  • Note: Islamic provisions under the Constitution of 1956 (2005)
  • Note: Constitutional Act of 1935 (2008)
  • Amongst many reasons Joint versus Separate Electorate, Language issue and quantum of representation of different federating units of Pakistan in the parliament played main role in the delay of constitution making. Critically evaluate the aforementioned issues highlighting its role in the process of constitution making. (2010)
  • Give the importance of objective revolution in the history of constitution making in Pakistan. (2012)
  • Elucidate the reasons of constitutional crises in Pakistan after its inception. Also examine the role of civil-military stake-holders in lingering the constitution making process during the first decade of political history of Pakistan.(2014)

MUJEEB-RU-REHMAN’S SIX POINTS
  • Note: Sheikh Mujib’s Six Points. (2001)
  • Shaikh Mujeeb 6 points became Magna Carta for Awami League. Discuss and Evaluate its background and Contents. (2009)

EAST PAKISTAN
  • Note: Separation of East Pakistan. (2000)
  • Give an account of the causes and effects of the separation of East Pakistan. (2002), (2006)
  • Describe the causes and effects of the separation of East Pakistan.
  • Note: Causes of separation of East Pakistan (2007)
  • Separation of East Pakistan was a very tragic incident not only for Pakistan but also for the entire Muslim World. Keeping in mind the socio-political causes of this incident, highlight the role played by foreign countries in the separation of Each Pakistan. (2011)

PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY
  • Discuss the reason for the failure of Parliamentary Democracy in Pakistan from 1947 to 1958. (2001), (2004)
  • Why parliamentary democracy could not succeed? What circumstances led to the 1st Martial Law? (2009)
  • Frequent military interventions are the basic cause of failure of democracy in Pakistan”. Discuss. (2012)

PAK-BHARAT RELATIONS
  • Note: Pakistan’s relations with India. (2000)
  • Critically review the relations of Pakistan with India with special reference to the Kashmir Issue. (2007)
  • Kashmir is a major bottle-neck between Pakistan-India friendly relations. Trace out the history of Kashmir problem with focus on dirrent suggestions for its solutions from different quarters. Also come up with your own recommendations for its amicable solution. (2010)

PAK-TURKEY RELATIONS
  • Give a historical survey of Pakistan's relations with Turkey. (2011)

KASHMIR
PROBLEM
  • "The solution of the Kashmir problem can bring Peace and Prosperity in both the countries of Pakistan and India". Comment. (2004), (2005)
  • Kashmir is a major bottle-neck between Pakistan-India friendly relations. Trace out the history of Kashmir problem with focus on dirrent suggestions for its solutions from different quarters. Also come up with your own recommendations for its amicable solution. (2010)

PAKISTAN AND ORGANIZATIONS
  • Evaluate the role played by Pakistan on the forum of O.I.C. (2002)
  • Note: SEATO (2006)

MISCELLANEOUS
  • Note: Role of Foreign Aid in the economy of Pakistan. (2000)
  • Note: The Cripps Mission (2001)
  • Note: Objective Resolution (2005)
  • Note: Khwaja Nazimuddin (2006)
  • Note: Basic Democracies (2006), (2007)
  • Note: Simon Commission (2008)
  • Note: Allma Iqbal as a Visionary (2008)
  • Write short detailed note on Pakistan’s relations with the United States.
  • Give a brief introduction of Jehad Movement and account for its failure.
  • Highlight the main events of the period of the Prime Ministership of Liaquat Ali Khan. (2004)
  • Elaborate "Two Nation Theory" in the light of the statements of Allama Iqbal. (2005)
  • Give a brief account of the services rendered by Navvab Mohsin-ul-MulkNawab Viqar-uI-Mulk. (2005)
  • and Pakistan’s relations with China have proved to be a blessing for peace in the region. Discuss. (2006)
  • "Pakistan has always tried to foster good relations with the Muslim countries." Explain.
  • Critically examine the justification of 'Pakistan Resolution' in 1940. (2007)
  • Can you support with historical facts that British quit India because it was not possible for them to stay beyond 1947? Critically comment. (2008)
  • Syed Ahmed Brailve was a man of action rather than rhetoric his movement after initial success failed. Discuss and evaluate (2009)
  • Right from beginning Pak-Afghan relations could not be established on friendly terms. What has affected the relations of two brotherly neighboring countries? Make a critical analysis. (2009)
  • Compare the ideological and social trends highlighting some important aspects of the General Zia ul Haq and General Pervez Musharaf eras in the history of Pakistan. Do they had any commonalities or they were totally different in all respects? Critically evaluate. (2010)
  • Discuss different socio-political and religious issues among the Hindus and Muslims, which ended with the 'parting the ways' among them. (2011)
  • Trace out the originality of thoughts of at least five PAkistani social intellectuals. Also give a detailed account of their thoughts. (2011)
  • Give your views about the exact nature of the revolt of 1857. was it a syp mutiny, a conspiracy or a war of independence?(2012)
  • The initial years of Pakistan were very crucial for its existence”. Discuss. (2012)
  • " The period between 1912-1916 was notable as a time of growing unity between the main Indian political parties." Discuss (2013)
  • Muslim countries look towards Pakistan as a fort of Islam" discuss Pakistan's relations with the Muslim world.(2013)
  • Carefully examine the Post-World War II political development of India towards the division of India and to keep it united in context with the British Government, the congress and the Muslim league. (2014)
  • Discuss in detail various regional separatist movements which developed in Pakistan with a special reference to the mishandling of the Balochistan case. In you opinion what is the solution of the current crises of our country.(2014)
  • Examine the sectarian crises in Pakistan with a special concern to the Madrassa element tracing the history of Muslim educational system since the rise of Muslim power in South Asia; keeping into account the merits and the demerits of the whole system.(2014)
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