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PAK301 Midterm Past Papers Fall 2015

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PAK301 Midterm Past Papers Fall 2015

Here You can read PAK301 Midterm Past Paper of Fall 2015 for midterm exam preparation:

‪PAK301‬ Midterm Past Paper no. 1

  1. Briefly discuss the five impotent offers of The Cripps Mission, March 1942.
  2. Briefly discuss any five major features of the Non Cooperation movement. 
  3. Write a short note on the Sharif Report (1939).
  4. Shortly explain the importance of “The Lahore Resolution” (1940).
  5. Write any four important events that led to the creation of All India Muslim League in 1906?
  6. Write down few lines on the services delivered by Chaudhry Rehmat Ali for the creation of Pakistan.

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PAK301 Midterm Past Paper no. 2:

Date: 07-03-2015 at 1100 Hrs
Total Qs: 52 MCQs: 40 Subjective: 12

PAK301 Midterm MCQs:

  1. Chora Chori Incident - Feb 1922
  2. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan born - 1817
  3. iQuaid resigned Congress due to - non cooperation
  4. Muslims all points covered in - Quaid 14 Points
  5. 2nd BPC Report - 22 Dec 1952
  6. One Unit - Oct 1952
  7. 1956 Constitution enforced - 23 March 1956
  8. Martial Law by Ayub Khan - 7 Oct 1958
  9. Political Parties Act introduced in - 1962
  10. National Assembly approved Interim Constitution enforced in - April 21, 1972
  11. During 1999 to 2002, constitution is - Suspended
  12. National Security Council - Only Advisory
  13. In March 1956, President is - Iskander Mirza
  14. In East, India border - 1400 miles
  15. Basic elements of Atomic Power is - Uranium
  16. Forest %age in Pakistan - 4 to 5%
  17. Kinds of education - 8
  18. RCD first members - Pakistan, Iran and Turkey
  19. First Muslim invader - Muhammad Bin Qasim
  20. Muslims basic demands approved - Lucknow Pact 1916
  21. Allama Iqbal title of Sir - 1922
  22. Educational Aim of Muslims - Aligarh Movement
  23. Demolition of mosque in Kawnpur - 1913
  24. Comrade & Hamdrad written by - Maulana Muhammad Ali Gohar
  25. The Communal Award - August 1932
  26. Rahmat Ali book NOW OR NEVER - Jan 1933
  27. Crips Mission, March 1922
  28. The Cabinet Mission - March 1946
Sorry : Remaining questions i Dont remember

MCQs are tricky w.r.t day-month-year. So be careful.

PAK301 Midterm Subjective:

  1. Rowlett Act 1919
  2. Objective Resolution 1949 Issues to be addressed
  3. 1977 Election and Agitation
  4. Seasons of Pakistan
  5. Industrialization Importance
  6. Textile Industry in Pakistan
  7. Examination System of Pakistan
  8. Distance Education
  9. The Problems of New State
  10. Mr. Z.A Bhutto Political Policies
  11. Hyderabad Issue
  12. Water Problem (Rivers) w.r.t India

PAK301 Midterm Past Paper no. 3:

  1. Examine the various causes of the violence that erupted during the Khilafat Movement.
  2. Shortly describe Gandhi-Jinnah Talks, September 1944.
  3. Precisely describe the Non-Cooperation Movement launched by the Congress (1920).
  4. Write down the three main features of the Government of India Act, 1909.
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Pak301 Assignment No 1 Solution Fall 2016

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Pak301 Assignment No 1 Fall 2016

Here is the Solution of  Pak301 Assignment No. 1 Fall 2016 Assignment No.1- Due Date: 21-11-2016. Total Marks: 10+5

Pak301 Assignment No. 1

Session : Fall 2016
Pak301 Assignment Total Marks: 10+5
Pak301 Assignment Due Date: 21-11-2016

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CS605 Assignment No 01 Solution Fall 2016

Pak301 Assignment Objectives:

To asses students’ knowledge of the subject and to motivate them towards conceptual knowledge and practical application of the subject.

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Pak301 Assignment Instructions

  • Late assignments will not be accepted.
  • If the file is corrupt or problematic, it will be marked zero.
  • Plagiarism will never be tolerated. Plagiarism occurs when a student uses work done by someone else as if it was his or her own; however, taking the ideas from different sources and to express it in your own words will be encouraged.
  • If any assignment is found copied work, no marks will be awarded and the case may be referred to the head of the academics for disciplinary action.
  • No assignment will be accepted via e-mail.
  • The file should be in Word doc form; the font color should be preferably black and font size can be 12 Times New Roman.

Pak301 Assignment Question No 1:

What is the role of Allama Iqbal in identifying the political future of the Muslims of Subcontinent? Justify your answer with five valid points. ( marks= 10 ) 

Pak301 Assignment Question No 2:

How did the Indian Muslims organize themselves to defend their political interests in the Subcontinent? Justify your answer with any five points. ( marks= 5 ) 

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Pak301 Assignment No 1 Solution Fall 2016

Question No 1
What is the role of Allama Iqbal in identifying the political future of the Muslims of Subcontinent? Justify your answer with five valid points.

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Pak301 Question No 1 Solution

Ideology of Muslim Political Future and Allam Iqbal

Allam Iqbal delivered lecture on Islam in Aligarh (1930). At Allahabad, he presided over the meeting and delivered his famous address.

In this address, he evaluated the importance the role of Islam in the lives of Muslims of British India. He Explained that Islam offer and ethical order, socio-political structure, legal framework, code of life, culture and civilization.

No political arrangement may be acceptable without recognizing the reality.
If the Muslims have an opportunity to develop in accordance with their Islamic civilization and tradition, they would be willing to sacrifice their lives of India,
Federalism can’t succeed without recognizing the national identity of the Muslims.
Territorial redistributions of British India on the basis of religion has become need of time.

Punjab, NWFP, Sindh and Baluchistan be amalgamated into a state, self-government within the British empire or without it.
Islam is a people building force in India that has given moral consciousness and political identity to the people.

Pak301 Question No 2 Solution:

How did the Indian Muslims organize themselves to defend their political interests in the Subcontinent? Justify your answer with any five points.

The year 1857 brought decline to the Muslim rule in India. Muslims and Hindus participated in War of Independence but the British held only Muslims responsible for the rebellion.

1. Partition of Bengal: 1905:

Muslims were very happy on the partition as this this had enabled them to promote their life conditions. It was rightly and opportunity for compensation. The Muslim community supported it strongly but Hindus retaliated furiously saying it division of motherland.

2. The Shimla Deputation: 1906:

Shimla Deputation was in line with a kind of thinking that was developing amongst the Muslims during that time, For Example; they had certain interests and they must stand up to protect their rights and unless they do that their objective would not be achieved.

3. Formation of the Muslim League (Dec-30-1960)

After the meeting of Mohammedan Educational Conference, the Muslim leader met to set up The All India Muslim League.

4. Change in the Goal of the Muslim League 1913:

In 1913, the League changed its goals:
Self govt. under the British Crown keeping in view the peculiar conditions in India.
Good relation with other communities’ cooperation with any party working for similar goals.

This change brought the Muslim League and Congress closer. In this way, the era of cooperation between Hindus and Muslim set in.

5. Lucknow Pact 1916:

The Lucknow pact was the product of Hindu-Muslims unity envisaged by M.A.Jinnah.

Role of the Quaid-e-Azam

Jinnah did a lot to unite the two nations along with the recognition of the right of Muslims. The constitutional proposal was approved:
  • 1/3 seats for Muslims in the Imperial Legislative Council.
  • Separate Electorate
  • Half members of the Executive Council to be elected by the Imperial Legislative Council.
  • Commissioned ranks of the army for Indian.
  • Expansion of Provincial Legislative Councils
  • Half members of the Governor’s Executive Council be elected by Provincial Legislative Councils
  • Weightage to minorities in provinces.

Gains from Muslims Point of View:
  • Assignments
  • Application
  • Papers
  • Small business ideas
  • Exam Result
  • Books
  • Academic
  • Dating Seniors
  • Defend
  • Fall
  • Assignments
  • Separate Electorate
  • 1/3 Muslims seats in Central Legislature.
  • Unofficial bill, if opposed by 3/4 member of a community, it will not be passed.