|BBA – II (Hons.)|
|Course Title:PAKISTAN STUDIES
Course Number :BA (H) – 352
Credit Hours : 03
The course is designed with the objectives of acquainting the students with the anthropological study of Pakistan. Advents of Muslims in India, two nation theory and the history of freedom movement with role of important leaders before and after independence and their contributions.
After completing the course students are expected to learn the background and the events responsible for the creation of Pakistan. The course is to create a feeling of love and importance of Pakistan among the young generation. They will make themselves aware of the status of Pakistan in relation to neighbors and realize their personal identification as a Pakistani national.
- Historical Perspective of Pakistan Ideology
- Review of South Asia Before 1857
- Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and His Services for Muslims of the Subcontinent
- Formation of All India Muslim League’s (1906)
- First World war and Khilafat Movement (1913)
- Partition of India and Creation of Pakistan, August 14, 1947
- Social and Political Structure of Pakistan
- Literacy in Pakistan
- Foreign Policy of Pakistan
2.1 Socio Political Conditions
2.2 Advent of East India Company
2.3 Decline of Mughal Empire
2.4 War of Independence 1857
2.5 Queen Victoria’s Proclamation and Foundation of the Direct Rule of the
British Crown in India in 1858
3.1 Aligarh Movement
3.2 Partition of Bengal (1905)
3.3 Beginning of Muslim Nationalism
4.1 Change in Muslim League’s Political Strategy
5.1 Role of Quaid-e-Azam and His Fourteen Points
5.2 Act of 1935
5.3 The Lahore Resolution (1940) and Struggle for Pakistan
5.4 Shimla Conference and Elections of 1945–46
5.5 Cabinet Mission Plan (1946), Plan of 3rd June
7.1 From 1958 – 1968
7.2 From 1969 – 1979
7.3 From 1979 – 1989
8.1 Agriculture of Pakistan
8.2 Industries of Pakistan
9.1 Pakistan and Muslim world
9.2 Pakistan and ECO
9.3 Pakistan and India
- Qureshi I. H., A Short History of Pakistan, Vol–IV (University of Karachi, 1997).
- Qureshi I. H., The Struggle for Pakistan, (University of Karachi, 1974).
- Rabbani Ikram and M. A. Sayyid, Introduction to Pakistan Studies, Caravan Book House, Lahore, 1999.
- Hussain J., A History of the Peoples of Pakistan, Oxford University Press, Karachi, 1998.