Friday, July 8, 2011

Pakistan Affairs 2011

Pakistan Affairs 2011
PART-I
MCQ’S
PART-II

Q.2 Briefly analyze and discuss the contribution of the religious reforms – Sheikh Ahmad Sarhindi , Shah Walliullah, Syed Ahmed Barelvi and the like – in the growth of Muslim consciousness in the South-Asian subcontinent.

Q.3 John Plamentaz defines ‘Nationalism’ as "the desire to preserve or enhance peoples national or cultural identity, when that identity is threatened or the desire to transform or even create it when it is felt to be inadequate or lacking."
In the light of above definition, briefly but comprehensively discuss the respective role played by Ali Garh Movement Allama Mohammad Iqbal and the Quaid-e-Azam in strengthening the Muslim nationalism in India.


Q.4 Describe the main content and relative importance of the Lukhnow Pact 1916
and Delhi Muslim Proposals and their respective impact on the subsequent political development in India.

Q.5 Can the Lahore Resolution be termed as the ‘Magna Carta’ of Pakistan? Take a position and support your argument by historical facts, if any.

Q.6 Give a critical appraisal of the constitutional crises/crises initiated by the controversial actions taken by Governor General Ghulam Muhammad and endorsed by the superior Court of Pakistan. Discuss and analyze its effects on the subsequent history of Pakistan.

Q.7 Federalism has been a continuing cause of political tension in our country. Will the 18th amendment made in the constitution by the present Government solve this issue for all? Take a position and support with your argument.

Q.8 Given the problems that Pakistan is facing today, what is your vision of Pakistan in the year 2011? How, in your opinion, can be its internal and external problems solved?


Q.1 Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the answer sheet.

(i) Who recalled Mohammad-bin-qasims  from Sindh?

(a) Caliph Walid
(b) Caliph Sulaiman
(c) Caliph Abdul Aziz
(d) None of these

(ii) What was thereal name Shah Waliullah?

(a) Qutubddin Ahmed Faruqi
(b) Qutubddin Ahmed Siddiqui
(c) QUtubddin Ahmed Syed
(d) None of these

(iii) Who was formal teacher of Syed Ahmed Barelvi?

(b) Shah Walliullah
(c) Shah Abdul Aziz
(d) None of these

(iv) Who for the first time translated the Holy QUran in Urdu language?

(a) Shah Walliullah and Shah Abdul Aziz
(b) Shah Abdul Qadir and Shah Rafiuddin
(c) Syed Ahmed Baralvi and Shah Ismail Dehlvi
(d) None of these

(v) Faraizi Movement 1830-57  was primarily a religious movemtn. What change Dudhu Mian brought in the movemtn?
(a) Transferred it into a gurreilla movement
(b) Transferred it into a political movement
(c) Transferred it into a Cultural movement
(d) None of these

(vi) Which of the following was/were the drawback(s) of the government of Indian Act 1858?
(a) Control of the Secratery of State for India and his council was bureaucratic in nature
(b) Expencese of the Secratery of State for India and his Council became a burden on Indian revenues:
(c) Both of these
(d) None of these


(vii) By how many member(s) the Executive Council of the Governor General was enlarged under the Indian Council Act of 1861 ?
(a) One member
(b) Two members
(c) Four members
(d) None of these

(viii) As per the Govermnet of Indain Act 1858, the transfer of the contaol of the Government of Indian from the East Indian Company and assumption by the Crown was to be announced by Queen’s Proclamation, which was accordinly read in a Darbar. Where was this Darbar held?
(a) Calcuta
(b) Delhi
(c) Allahabad
(d) None of these

(ix) Where, during the War of Independence, was Sir Syed Ahmed Khan woking/ posted.
(a) Delhi
(b) Bijnaur
(c) Aligarh
(d) None of these

(x) Sir syed ahmad khan established a Treanslation Society (later, renamed as ‘Scientific society’) in 1864. In which town was it founded?
(a) Bijnaur
(b) Aligarh
(c) Ghazipur
(d) None of these

(xi) In 1867, some promienent Hindus of Banares Launched a movement for the replacement of Urde written in Nasta’leeq by Hindi written in Deva Nagiri script as the Court language. In which province(s) was this movement started?
(a) Bengal Province
(b) Central Provinces
(c) North-western Provinces
(d) None of these

(xii) What was the designation of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in M.A.O school at Aligarh?
(a) Secretary, Managing Committee
(b) President, Managing Committee
(c) Parton, Managing Committee
(d) None of these


(xiii) Which organization is considered the first Muslim political body contitured to represt the Muslims of the subcontinewnt as a whole?
(a) Anjuman-e-Mussalmanan-e-Hind
(b) Central National Mohammadan Association
(c) Urdu Defence Association
(d) None of these

(xiv) Mention the importance annoucments(s) that was/were made by the Governor General Lord Hardinge in thie Darbar at Delhi in 1911?
(a) Annulment of the partition of Bengal
(b) Transfer of Capital from Calcutta to Delhi
(c) Both of these
(d) None of these

(xv) Which Muslim leader left the politics after the cancellation of the partition of Bengal?
(a) Nawab Salimullah Khan
(b) Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk
(c) Nawab Hamidullah Khan
(d) None of these

(xvi) First sesstion of All-indian Muslim-League-1906  was helo on 29-30 December 1907. where was it held?
(a) Lahore
(b) Aligarh
(c) Karachi
(d) None of these

(xvii) "Few individuals significantly alter the source of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anuone can be created with creating a nation-state. Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three". Who made these remarks about Quaid-e-Azam?
(a) Stanley Wolpert
(b) Ian Stephens
(c) Lawrence Ziring
(d) None of these

(xviii) The All-indian Muslim League observed ‘Day of Delivernce’ after the resignation of the All-India Congress minstereis. On what date was it observed?
(a) 22 octuber 1938
(b) 22 December 1938
(c) 22 October 1939
(d) None of these

(xix) Who was the first leader of opposition in the first National Assembly constituted under the 1962 contitution of Pakistan?
(a) Sardar Bahadur Khan
(b) Khan. A sabur
(c) Mumtaz Daultana
(d) None of these

(xx) In which year Pakistan become ‘Republic’?
(a) 1947
(b) 1956
(c) 1962
(d) None of these

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