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RUSA SCHEME 2014

PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA

ORDINANCES

AND

OUTLINES OF TESTS,

SYLLABI AND COURSES OF READING

FOR

M.A. (HISTORY) PART-I

(SEMESTER I & II)

FOR

2014-2015 & 2015-2016

SESSION





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SYLLABUS
M.A. (HISTORY) PART-I (SEMESTER I & II)

2014-15 and 2015-16 EXAMINATIONS

Continued for 2016-17

PAPER-I : Compulsory SEMESTER I

HISTORY OF PUNJAB FROM 1469-1675 (COMPULSORY)

Allowed: 3 hours Time

Max. Marks: 75

Pass Marks: 26
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTERS
1. The Syllabus prescribed should be strictly adhered to.

The paper-setters should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper.

2. The question paper will consist of three sections: A,B and C. Sections A and B will have four questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section C will consist of 9 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus and will carry 27 marks in all. There being no internal choice in this section, each short-answer type questions will carry 3 marks. Candidates are required to attempt two questions each from the Sections A and B and the entire Section C. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.

3. If there is a question on notes, the choice offered in such question should at least be fifty percent.

4. The wording of the questions should be simple and easily understandable by an average student. There should be no vagueness.

5. The number of questions based upon quotations should not exceed two in a question paper.

6. The general standard of the questions should cater to the different intellectual levels - average, above average and below average.

7. Each paper is of 75 marks and three hours duration and 25 marks are of internal assessment.

NOTE: The paper setter should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper.

Candidates are required to attempt two questions each from the sections A and B and the entire Section C

The Break-up of 25 marks for Internal Assessment (Theory Papers) is below :

1. Test : 10 Marks

2. Class Attendance : 05 Marks

3. Project Work/Assignment/Seminar/Field : 10Marks

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Total Marks : 25 Marks

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SECTION-A
1. Principal sources of early Sikh History upto 1675.

2. Age of Guru Nanak: Political, Social and Religious conditions of the Punjab.

3. Guru Nanak's travels, teachings and their impact.

4. Development of Sikhism under Guru Angad, Guru Amar Dass and

Guru Ram Dass.
SECTION-B

5. Guru Arjan: compilation of Adi Granth, Language, Script, arrangement of material, contents and significance.

6. Martyrdom of Guru Arjan: causes and impact.

7. Guru Hargobind: Organisational changes and their impact.

8. Relations of Sikh Gurus with the Mughals 1606-1675; Martyrdom

of Guru Teg Bahadur ;Emergence of dissenting Sikh sects:

Udasis, Minas, Ramraias,Dhirmalias.

SECTION -C

Nine short answer questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidate will attempt all the 9 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer of these questions will be of 50 words i.e. 7-10 lines and will carry 3 marks each. Thus, the total marks for these questions will be 27.




Essential Books :

1. Arora, A.C. History of Punjab (Punjabi)



2 Banerjee, I.B. Evolution of the Khalsa Vol. I & II

(English & Punjabi)



3 Banerjee, A.C. Guru Nanak and His Times

4 Dhillon, D.S. Sikhism, Origin and Development.

5 Fauja Singh and Kirpal Singh : Atlas of Guru Nanak's Travels (Punjabi

and English)



6 Teja Singh & Ganda Singh A Short History of Sikhs ( English and

Punjabi )



7 Bal, S.S. Guru Nanak in the Eyes of Non-Sikhs

8 Grewal, J.S. Guru Nanak in History

9 Gupta, Hari Ram History of the Sikh Gurus - Vol. I

10 Kirpal Singh and Kharak Singh: History of the Sikhs and their Religion

Vol-I


11 Sukhdial Singh Punjab Da Itihas 1469-1708 (Punjabi)

12 Sulakhan Singh Heterodoxy in the Sikh Tradition.

1999












Reference Books:
1. Narang, G.C. Transformation of Sikhism (English )

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2 Khushwant Singh History of the Sikhs, Vol.I

3 Kohli, S.S. Travels of Guru Nanak

4 McLeod, W.H. Guru Nanak and the Sikh Religion.

5 Ray, Niharranjan Sikh Gurus and Sikh Society

6 Kohli, S.S. A Critical Study of Adi Granth

7 M.A. Macauliffe The Sikh Religion Vol. - I - VI

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M.A. PART-I SEMESTER-I
PAPER-II (OPTION-I) : HISTORY OF THE WORLD (1500 - 1815 )

Allowed: 3 hours Time

Max. Marks: 75

Pass Marks: 26
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTERS
1. The Syllabus prescribed should be strictly adhered to.

The paper-setters should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper.

2. The question paper will consist of three sections: A,B and C Sections A and B will have four questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section C will consist of 9 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus and will carry 27 marks in all. There being no internal choice in this section, each short-answer type questions will carry 3 marks. Candidates are required to attempt two questions each from the Sections A and B and the entire Section C. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.

3. If there is a question on notes, the choice offered in such question should at least be fifty percent.

4. The wording of the questions should be simple and easily understandable by an average student. There should be no vagueness.

5. The number of questions based upon quotations should not exceed two in a question paper.

6. The general standard of the questions should cater to the different intellectual levels - average, above average and below average.

7. Each paper is of 75 marks and three hours duration and 25 marks are of internal assessment.

NOTE: The paper setter should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and not the title of the paper.

Candidates are required to attempt two questions each from the sections A and B and the entire Section C

The Break-up of 25 marks for Internal Assessment (Theory Papers) is below :

1. Test : 10 Marks

2. Class Attendance : 05 Marks

3. Project Work/Assignment/Seminar/Field : 10Marks

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Total Marks : 25 Marks

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SECTION-A
1. Renaissance and Reformation

2. Industrial Revolution : causes and effects

3. American Revolution : causes and significance.

4. French Revolution of 1789 : causes and effects,



SECTION-B

5. National Assembly : aims and estimate of its achievements

6. Napoleon Bonaparte: Reforms, Continental System

7. Napoleonic Wars: Peninsular war and Moscow Campaign

8. Vienna Congress : aims, principles and work.

SECTION -C

Nine short answer questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidate will attempt all the 9 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts and institutions within the purview of the syllabus. The answer of these questions will be of 50 words i.e. 7-10 lines and will carry 3 marks each. Thus, the total marks for these questions will be 27.



Essential Books:


1

Leo Gershoy

French Revolution and Napoleon (Reprint) Allahabad, 1977

2

Geroge Lefebvre

The French Revolution from its origin to 1793 (London, 1981)

3

George, Rude

The Revolutionary Europe, 1783-1815

4

J.M. Thompson

Napoleon Bonaparte- His Rise and Fall.

5

C.D.M. Ketelbey

A History of Modern Times

6

John A, Garraty & Peter Gay

A History of the World 1789-1957 Vol-III

(Harper and Row, London, 1972)



7

S.A. Pakeman

The Modern World 1789-1957

8

H.C. Jain & K.C. Mathur

World History 1500-1950

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Advanced History of Modern World 1500-1900







REFERENCE BOOKS

1

H.G. Wells

A Short History of the World (Penguin, 1967)

2

J.M. Roberts

The Hutchison History of the World (Hutchison, Bombay, 1976)

3

Robert Ergang and Donald G. Rohr

Europe Since Waterloo

4

Robert Ergang

Europe From Renaissance to Waterloo

5

Garraty & Gay.P

The University History of the World

6

HA.L. Fisher

A History of Europe ,Vol.I

7.

H.A. Davies

An Outline History of the World

8

J.E. Swain

A History of World Civilization

9

Will Durant

The Reformation

10

Wood Ward

History of United States

11

Lucas Henry S.

The Renaissance and Reformation

12

Arvind Sinha

Europe in Transition- From feudalism to industrialisation
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