TIME ALLOWED: (PART-I) …………30 MINUTES………….…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80
PART-I (MCQ) (COMPULSORY)
- Write only the correct answer in the answer book, do not reproduce the question.
1). Sir Syed Ahmed khan advocated the inclusion of Indians in Legislative Council in his famous book, Causes of the Indian Revolt, as early as
a) 1850 b) 1860 c) 1870 d) none of these
2). Who repeatedly refers to Sir Syed as Father of Muslim India and Father of Modern Muslim India?
a) Hali b) Abdul Qadir c) Ch. Khaliq uz Zaman d) none of these
3). Military strength of East India Company and the Financial Support of Jaggat Seth of Murshidabad gave birth to events at
a) Plassey b) Panipat c) none of these
4). Clive in one of his Gazettes made it mandatory that no Muslim shall be given an employment higher than that of chaprassy or a junior clerk has recorded by
a) Majumdar b) Hasan Isphani c) Karamat Ali d) none of these
5). The renowned author of the Spirit of Islam and a Short History of the Saracens was
a) Shiblee b) Nawab Mohsin c) none of these
6). Nawab Sir Salimullah Khan was President of Bengal Muslim League in
a) 1903 b) 1913 c) 1923 d) none of these
7). The first issue of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s ‘Al Hilal’ came out on 13 July
a) 1912 b) 1922 c) 1932 d) none of these
8). At the annual session of Anjuman Hamayat Islam in 1911 Iqbal’s poem was recited, poetically called
a) sham-o-shahr b) shikwa c) jawab-i-shikwa d) none of these
9). Sir Sultan Muhammad shah, the Agha khan headed the historic simla deputation which successfully presented Muslim demands on 01, October 1906 before
a) lord Curzon b) lord Irwin c) lord Minto d) none of these
10). Quaid-i-Azam said in an interview on any hope of India and Pakistan coming to a peaceful settlement ‘provided the Indian government shed the superiority complex and deal with Pakistan on an equal footing given to special correspondent from
a) Germany b) France c) Switzerland d) none of these
11). Which are the aligned years in Pakistan’s foreign policy
a) 1963-1972 b) 1954-1962 c) 1947-53 d) none of these
12). Zia established a course for Pakistan that enabled the government to manage a complex
a) foreign policy b) co-existence c) none of these
13). In the Hindu Kush mountains all passes connect Pakistan with
a) china b) Afghanistan c) Tajikistan d) none of these
14). The hasni tribe is settled in
a) southern NWFP b) western Baluchistan c) central Sindh d) none of these
15). Rechna and Bari Doabs are considered
a) thickly populated region b) very thickly populated region c) most thickly populated region d) none of these
16). In connection with land reforms the Punjab tenancy act was passed in
a) 1877 b) 1887 c) 1897 d) none of these
17). Excavations at Mohenjo daro have revealed in earthen vessels
a) millet grains b) lentils c) rice grains d) none of these
18). Kalabagh iron deposits are largest in Pakistan with an estimated reserve of
a) 309 m tons b) 509 m tons c) 709 m tons d) none of these
19). Cotton textile the largest industry of Pakistan employ industrial labour force of magnitude of
a) 80 % b) 65 % c) 50% d) none of these
20). The emergence of Gwadar port and its development has promoted
a) rural –urban migration b) urban-urban migration c) none of these
Q. 2. Discuss critically the role of Silsilah (Orders) in the development and progress of Muslim society in the Sub-Continent of Indo-Pakistan.
Q. 3. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan believed in “Trinity of ideas” i.e. loyalty, devotion and aloofness”. Discuss it in perspective of his reformation movement.
Q. 4. Before passing of Lahore Resolution (Pakistan Resolution) the division of Indian Sub-Continent was advocated by various thinkers, intellectuals and reformers. Discuss.
Q. 5. The “Objective Resolution” (1949) satisfied both orthodox and modernists by combining the features of Western and Islamic democracy. Discuss critically.
Q. 6. What is bureaucracy and what are its characteristics? How did it play its role in strengthening and integration of Pakistan?
Q. 7. What are the security concerns of Pakistan? Suggest measures by revisiting the foreign policy of Pakistan.
Q. 8. The location of Pakistan has given the strategic strength to the State. What are its physical features and narrate its advantages and dis-advantages.