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SYLLABUS

B.A. part-i

(THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSE)

2012, 2013 & 2014 sessions
PAPER-I : history of india UPTO 1000 A.D.
Max.Marks:100 Pass Marks : 35

Time : 3 hrs. Lectures to be delivered : 75
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
1. The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E which is compulsory will consist of two parts : first part of section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions of 30 marks from the entire syllabus. The candidates are required to attempt all the 10 short answer type questions. The answer to each of these questions will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Second part of section E will contain a question on map, internal choice will be offered on Map question. The Maps are specified in Section E. The Map question will carry 10 marks out of which 6 marks are for filling the map and 4 marks for explanatory note. Thus, the total marks for the compulsory section E will be 40 marks out of which 30 marks for short answer type questions and 10 marks for the Map question.
2. ONLY FOR BLIND CANDIDATES : In lieu of Map question the blind candidates will attempt the short answer type questions. The short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Out of four, the blind candidate will attempt any two short answer type questions. Internal choice will be given. The answer to each of these questions will be 50-60 words and will carry 5 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 10.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.

SECTION-A
1. Introduction : Meaning of the term 'ancient' and importance of ancient Indian History; Geographical features of India and their impact on ancient Indian History; Major Sources.

2. The Indus Civilization : Origin, extent, main features and the causes of its decline.



SECTION-B
3. Rig Vedic Civilization : Original home of the Aryans : their social, political, economic and religious life; Later Vedic Civilization: Political, social, economic and religious life.
4. Socio-Religious Reform Movements: (a) Jainism: Mahavira - His life and teachings; Spread and impact of Jainism.(b) Buddhism: Life and teachings of Buddha - spread, decline and impact of Buddhism. .
SECTION-C
5. The Age of the Mauryas : Establishment and expansion of the Empire under Chandragupta Maurya and Ashoka; The Kalinga War. Polity and Administration, Ashoka's Dhamma; Ashoka's achievements and his place in history; Decline of the Mauryan Empire, Social and Economic Life.

6. The Gupta Age: Establishment of the Gupta Empire, its expansion under Samundragupta and Chandragupta-II, Decline of Gupta Empire; Social and economic life; Art and Architecture.


SECTION-D
7. The Age of the Vardhanas: Establishment of the Vardhana Kingdom; Harsha's campaigns and political relations; sources of Revenue; Patronage of Religion, literature and education; Account of Hiuen Tsang.

8. Dynasties in the South : Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas and Cholas.

9. The Rajputs : Origin of the Rajputs; Important Dynasties and Administration.
SECTION-E (COMPULSORY)
Part-I : 10 Short-Answer type Questions.

Ten short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 30.


Part-II : The paper-setter will set one question on map out of the 4 maps mentioned below. The outline map will be provided. The map question will carry 10 marks 6 marks for the map and 4 marks for the explanatory note. Choice will be offered on map question.
MAPS:

(a) Important sites connected with Buddha and Mahavira.

(b) The Mauryan Empire under Ashoka (about 250 B.C.)

(c) The Gupta Empire.

(d) The Empire of Harsha (647 A.D.)
BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. Tripathi, R.S. : Prachin Bharat Ka Itihas (Punjabi, Hindi & English), pp. 17 to 55, 96 to 104, 146 to 181, 237 to 277, 291 to 315 and 318 to 480.

2. Pandey, Rajbali : Bharatiya Itihas Ki Bhumika (Hindi).

3. Pandey, V.C.: Political and Cultural History of India.

4. Mookerji, R.N.: Ancient India (English), pp. 50 to 210.

5. Ghosh, N.N. : Early India (English), pp. 10 to 275.

6. Basham, A.L. : The Wonder that was India.

7. Basham, A.L. : Studies in Indian History and Culture, p. 1-236.

8. Chopra S.N. : Prachin Bharat Ka Itihas (Punjab).

9. Arora A.C. & Sikri, S.L. : Bharati Itihas Da Prachin Kal (Punjabi & Hindi).

10. Davies, C.C. : An Historical Atlas of Indian Peninsula (English).

11. Arora, A.C. & Arora R.S. : Historical Atlas of Ancient India (English, Punjabi & Hindi), pp. 7 to 24.

12. R.C. Majumdar & Others : An Advanced History of India, pp. 15-254.

13. R.C. Majumdar, Ancient India.

14. Dhillon, Sukhninder Kaur : Religious History of Early Medieval Punjab.


PAPER-II : history of india (1000-1707 A.D.)
Max.Marks:100 Pass Marks : 35

Time : 3 hrs. Lectures to be delivered : 75

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
1. The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E which is compulsory will consist of two parts : first part of section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions of 30 marks from the entire syllabus. The candidates are required to attempt all the 10 short answer type questions. The answer to each of these questions will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Second part of section E will contain a question on map, internal choice will be offered on Map question. The Maps are specified in Section E. The Map question will carry 10 marks out of which 6 marks are for filling the map and 4 marks for explanatory note. Thus, the total marks for the compulsory section E will be 40 marks out of which 30 marks for short answer type questions and 10 marks for the Map question.
2. ONLY FOR BLIND CANDIDATES : In lieu of Map question the blind candidates will attempt the short answer type questions. The short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Out of four, the blind candidate will attempt any two short answer type questions. Internal choice will be given. The answer to each of these questions will be 50-60 words and will carry 5 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 10.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidate are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.
SECTION-A
1. Invasions of Mahmud Ghaznavi: their effects; Conquest of North Western India by Mohammad Ghauri; causes of the success of the Turks.

2. Consolidation of the Sultanate of Delhi under Iltutmish and Balban.

3. Ala-ud-Din Khalji: His conquests, administration and reforms.
SECTION-B
4. The Tughlaqs: Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq's Administrative Experiments;

Firoz Tughlaq's Reforms.


5. The Vijaynagar Kingdom: Establishment and Expansion; Administration;

Causes of Decline.


SECTION-C
6. Establishment of the Mughal Empire under Babur.

7. Sher Shah Suri and his administration.

8. Rajput and religious policies of the Mughals.
SECTION-D

9. Shivaji : His Conquests & administration.

10. Mughal Government and Administration: Central and Provincial Administration; Land revenue and Mansabdari System.
SECTION-E (COMPULSORY)
Part-I : 10 Short-Answer type Questions.

Ten short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 30.


Part-II : The paper-setter will set one question on map out of the 4 maps mentioned below. Internal choice will be given. The outline map will be provided. The map question will carry 10 marks 6 marks for the map and 4 marks for the explanatory note.
MAPS:

(a) Ala-ud-din Khalji's Empire (1316 A.D.)

(b) The Mughal Empire under Akbar (1605 A.D.)

(c) The Mughal Empire under Aurangzeb (1707 A.D.)

(d) Four important places of the Mughal architecture.
BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. Srivastava, A.L. : The Delhi Sultanate (English), pp. 8 to 320.

2. Srivastava, A.L. : The Mughal Empire (English), pp. 9 to 404, 478 to 552 (Hindi edition).

3. Majumdar R.C. & Others : An Advanced History of India, Part-II.

4. Sharma, S.R. : Mughal Empire in India (English).

5. Saran, P. : Medieval India (Hindi).

6. Pandey, A.B. : Early Medieval India (English).

7. Pandey, A.B. : Later Medieval India (English).

8. Tripathi, R.P. : Some Aspects of Muslim Administration in India (English).

9. Tripathi, R.P. : Rise & fall of the Mughal Empire.

10. Narang, K.S. and Gurcharan Singh : History of Mughals (English, Punjabi

& Hindi).

11. Arora A.C. : Madhkalin Bharat Da Itihas (Punjabi & Hindi), pp. 10 to 391.

12. Davies C.C. : An Historical Atlas of the Indian Peninsula (English).

13. Arora, A.C. : Historical Atlas of Medieval India (English, Punjabi & Hindi), pp. 8 to 25.



SYLLABUS

B.A. part-iI

(THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSE)

2012, 2013 & 2014 sessions
PAPER-I : history of india, 1707-1964
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
1. The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E which is compulsory will consist of two parts : first part of section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions of 30 marks from the entire syllabus. The candidates are required to attempt all the 10 short answer type questions. These short-answer type questions will carry 30 marks in all. The answer to each of these questions will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Second part of section E will contain a question on map, choice will be offered on Map question. The Maps are specified in Section E. The Map question will carry 10 marks out of which 6 marks are for filling the map and 4 marks for explanatory note. Thus, the total marks for the compulsory section E will be 40 marks out of which 30 marks for short answer type questions and 10 marks for the Map question.
2. ONLY FOR BLIND CANDIDATES : In lieu of Map question the blind candidates will attempt the short answer type questions. The short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Out of four, the blind candidate will attempt any two short answer type questions. Internal choice will be given. The answer to each of these questions will be 50-60 words and will carry 5 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 10.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidate are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.
SECTION-A
1. Causes of the downfall of Mughal Empire.

2. Foundation and expansion of British Empire. Battles of Plassey and Buxer. Administrative and Social Reforms of Cornwallis, Bentinck and Dalhousie.


SECTION-B
3. The Uprising of 1857 : Causes, nature, results and causes of its failure.

4. Socio-Cultural Movements, Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj, Aligarh Movement, Singh Sabha Movement. Dr. Ambedkar's efforts for the uplift of the Scheduled Castes.



SECTION-C
5. British Economic Policy in India - agriculture, rural indebtedness.

6. Rise of Political Consciousness in India : Moderates, Extremists and Revolutionary; Gadar Party.


SECTION-D
7. Freedom Struggle (1919-1947): Jallianwala Bagh Massacre; Non-Cooperation Movement; Civil Disobedience Movement; Quit India Movement and Causes of Partition of India.

8. Salient Features of Indian Constitution. Integration of Princely States; Re-organisation of States.


SECTION-E (Compulsory)
Part-I : 10 Short-Answer type Questions.

Ten short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 30 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.

Part-II : The paper-setter will set one question on map out of the 4 maps mentioned below. There will be internal choice. The outline map will be provided. The map question will carry 10 marks -- 6 marks for filling the the map and 4 marks for the explanatory note.
MAPS:

(a) British India in 1805 A.D.

(b) British India in 1818 A.D.

(c) British India in 1856 A.D.

(d) Important Centres of the Revolt of 1857.
BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. Roberts, P.E. : History of British India, pp. 129-190, 200, 232,

300-309, 359-396, 582-657.

2. Ishwari Prasad and : A History of Modern India, pp. 64-165, 206-274,

Subedar, S.K. 402-479.

3. Speer, P. : History of Modern India.

4. Smith, V.A. : The Oxford History of India, pp. 465-590, 654-

672, 705-739, 790-838.

5. Bisheswar Prasad : Bondage and Freedom.

6. Majumdar, R.C. and British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance,

Others (eds.) pp. 1-92, 406-432, 467-554, 603 (Bhartiya

Vidya Bhawan Publications).

7. Majumdar R.C. and : Struggle for Freedom,

others (eds.) pp. 17-34, 454-526, 634-679, 721-782.

8. Majumdar R.C. and : An Advanced History of India.

others

9. Thompson and Garret: Rise and Fulfillment of British Rule in India.



10. Sikri, S.L. : Constitutional History of India

(English, Punjabi and Hindi).

11. Aggarwal, R.C. : Constitutional History of India

(English and Punjabi).

12. Gupta, S.K. : The Scheduled Castes in Modern Indian Politics.

13. S.K. Bajaj & Rekhi : History of India, 1818-1919 (Punjabi).

J.S.

14. Arora, A.C. : History of Modern India (Punjabi and Hindi),



pp. 1-346.

15. Davies, C.C. : Historical Atlas of the Indian Peninsula.

16. Arora, A.C. : Atlas of Modern Indian History.
PAPER-II : history of PUNJAB (1469-1799)
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
1. The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions each from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E which is compulsory will consist of two parts : first part of section E will consist of 10 short answer type questions of 30 marks from the entire syllabus. The candidates are required to attempt all the 10 short answer type questions. These short answer type questions will carry 30 marks. The answer to each of these questions will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Second part of section E will contain a question on map, choice will be offered on Map question. The Maps are specified in Section E. The Map question will carry 10 marks out of which 6 marks are for filling the map and 4 marks for explanatory note. Thus, the total marks for the compulsory section E will be 40 marks out of which 30 marks for short answer type questions and 10 marks for the Map question.
2. ONLY FOR BLIND CANDIDATES : In lieu of Map question the blind candidates will attempt the short answer type questions. The short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Out of four, the blind candidate will attempt any two short answer type questions. Internal choice will be given. The answer to each of these questions will be 50-60 words and will carry 5 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 10.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidate are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.
SECTION-A

1. Main Sources of Punjab History.

2. Guru Nanak Dev : His teachings; Evolution of Sikhism 1539-1606

(from Guru Angad to Guru Arjan)


SECTION-B
3. Transformation of Sikhism from Guru Hargobind to Guru Tegh Bahadur.

4. Guru Gobind Singh : Creation of the Khalsa and its significance; His achievements and personality.


SECTION-C
5. Relations of the Sikh Gurus with the Mughals, 1605-1708.

6. Banda Bahadur and the establishment of independent rule of the Sikhs; Causes of his ultimate failure.



SECTION-D
7. Political struggle of the Sikhs against Zakariya Khan, Yahiya Khan, Mir Mannu.

8. Origin and Development of Dal Khalsa; Rise of the Sikh Misls; Their Nature and Administration.


SECTION-E (Compulsory)
Part-I : 10 Short-Answer type Questions.

Ten short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these questions will be 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 30 marks.


Part-II : The paper-setter will set one question on map out of the 4 maps mentioned below. The outline map will be provided. The map question will carry 10 marks -- 6 marks for filling the the map and 4 marks for the explanatory note.
MAPS:

(a) Battle of Guru Hargobind

(b) Battles of Guru Gobind Singh.

(c) Military exploits of Banda Bahadur..

(d) Important places connected with the Sikh Gurus in the Punjab.

BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. Banerjee, Indu Bhushan : Evolution of the Khalsa, Vol.I & II.

(English and Punjabi).

2. Narang, Gokal Chand : Transformation of Sikhism.

(English & Punjabi)

3. J.S. Grewal : New Cambridge History of India : The

Sikhs of the Punjab.

4. Cunningham, J.D. : A History of the Sikhs (English).

5. Joginder Singh & : Punjab da Itihas (Punjabi).

Prithipal Singh Kapoor

6. Bhagat Singh : Punjab da Itihas (Punjabi), pp. 34-506.

7. Arora, A.C. : Punjab da Itihas (Punjabi & Hindi).

8. Gurcharan Singh & : History of the Punjab (Punjabi & Hindi).

Gandhi S.S.

9. Khushwant Singh : History of the Sikhs, Vol.I.

10. Arora, A.C. : Atlas of the Punjab History (English,

Punjabi & Hindi), pp. 2-26.

11. Nanda, B.S. : Sikh Sampardaya (Punjabi)

12. Dhillon, D.S. : Sikhism : Origin and Development.

13. Dhillon, D.S. and : The Battles of Guru Gobind Singh.

Bhullar, S.S.

14. Verma, D.K. : Guru Gobind Singh on the Canvas of



History (English).

B.A. PART-II

HISTORY (HONOURS)
PAPER-I : INDIA'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM 1885-1947
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75

InstructionS for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections, A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C & D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E, which is compulsory will consist of 10 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Each short answer type question will carry 4 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.



Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Section-A

1. Rise of national consciousness, Foundations of the Indian National Congress, Controversy regarding its genesis, aims and objectives.

2. Moderates - their programmes, methods and achievements.
SECTION-B
3. Extremism - its rise, programme, role in National Movement.

4. National Struggle, Ghadar Movement, Home Rule League, Lucknow Pact and Jallian Wala Bagh Massacre.


SECTION-C
5. Emergence of Gandhi, Non-co-operation Movement.

6. Simon Commission and the Pooran Swaraj 1929 and Civil Disobedience Movement.


SECTION-D
7. Rise and growth of Socialism and left-wing politics.

8. Quit India Movement, Cabinet Mission and Causes of Partition of India.



SECTION-E (Compulsory)
10 short answer-type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 50 words and will carry 4 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 40 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. 7-10 lines.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED

1. Bipin Chandra, A Tripathi & Barun De : Freedom Struggle, National Book Trust, New Delhi.

2. R.C. Majumdar (ed.), British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance, Vol. X: Strugle for Freedom, Vol.XI.

3. G.N. Singh : Landmarks in Indian Constitution and National Development.

4. Dr. S.M. Verma : Chamber of Princes (1921-1947).

5. S.L. Sikri : Rise and Fulfilment of Indian National Movement.

6. S.S. Nanda : Indian National Movement (Punjabi).

7. Bara : Bharti Rastri Andolan.

8. Sumit Sarkar : Modern India 1885-1947.

B.A. PART-II

HISTORY (HONOURS)
PAPER-II
Any one of the following options :
(option : I) : STUDY OF ANCIENT INDIAN INSTITUTIONS : social, cultural & ECONOMIC UPTO 1000 a.d.
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75

InstructionS for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections, A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C & D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E, which is compulsory will consist of 10 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Each short answer type question will carry 4 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Section-A

1. Study of Harappan Culture.

2. Origin and Growth of Caste System.

3. Teachings of Buddhism & Jainism.


SECTION-B
4. Art, Architecture & Sculpture of the Maurya period.

5. Kushans : Growth of Art, Architecture &* Literature.


SECTION-C
6. Guptas : Art, Architecture, Painting, Literature and Science.

7. Expansion of Indian Culture in South-East Asia.

8. Internal & External Trade.
SECTION-D
9. Land System : Land Tenure; Land Grants & Types of Land.

10. Crafts & Industries in ancient India : Guild System, its nature and importance.



SECTION-E (Compulsory)
10 short answer-type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 50 words and will carry 4 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 40 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. 7-10 lines.
BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. R.C. Majumdar (ed.) : The Age of Imperial Unity (The History and Culture of the Indian people, Vol.II, Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan).

2. Romila Thapar : Ashoka and the Decline of the Mauryas.

3. R.S. Tripathi : History of Ancient India.

4. S.L. Sikri & A.C. Arora : Bhartiya Itihas Da Prachin Kal (Punjabi).

5. Wheeler, M. : Indus Valley Civilization.

6. R.K. Mukherjee : Ancient India.

7. R.C. Majumdar, Datta & Raychoudhary : Advanced History of India, Vol.I.

8. A.L. Basham : The Wonder that was India.

9. Lallanji gopal : Economic Life in Northern ndia.

10. Sukhninder Kaur Dhillon : Religious History of Ancient Punjab.



B.A. PART-II

HISTORY (HONOURS)
paper-II (option : Ii) : STUDY OF MEDIEVAL INDIAN INSTITUTIONS : social, cultural & ECONOMIC (1000-1707 a.d.)
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75

InstructionS for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections, A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C & D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E, which is compulsory will consist of 10 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Section-A

1. Society : Classes and Communities.

2. Sufism : sufi silsalas, Principles of sufism and its impact on society.
SECTION-B
3. Bhakti Movement, principles and impact on society.

4. Land Revenue System.

5. Religious policy of Akbar with special reference to Din-i-Ilahi.
SECTION-C
6. Education and Learning.

7. Art, Architecture and Paintings.


SECTION-D
8. Banking System.

9. Trade and Industry.



SECTION-E (Compulsory)
10 short answer-type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 50 words and will carry 4 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 40 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. 7-10 lines.
BOOK RECOMMENDED
1. S.A.A., Rizvi , The Wonder that was India, Vol.II.

2. Sri Ram Sharma : Mughal Government and Administration.

3. R.C. Majumdar (ed.) : The Mughal Empire, The History and Culture of Indian People, Vol.VII.

4. Irfan Habib : Agrarian System of the Mughals.

5. A.L. Srivastava : History of Delhi Sultanate, History of Mughal Empire.

6. S.L. Sikri : Muslim Yug.

7. K.M. Ashraf : Life and Conditions of the people of Hindustan.

8. Bhagat Singh : Madhkalin Bharat Diyan Sansthava (Punjabi).

9. Mohd Habib & K.A. Nizami : A Comprehensive History of India, Vol.I.


B.A. PART-II

HISTORY (HONOURS)
PAPER-II (option : III) : MODERN INDIAN society and economy : 1818-1947 A.D.

Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75

InstructionS for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections, A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C & D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E, which is compulsory will consist of 10 short-answer type questions of 40 marks from the entire syllabus. Each short answer type question will carry 4 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Section-A

1. Western Impact on India and socio-religious reform Movements : Namdhari Movement, Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj, Singh Sabha Movement and Aligarh Movement.

2. Growth of Modern Education.
SECTION-B
3. Growth of Modern Press.

4. British Agrarian Policies, their impact on Indian Society, Permanent Settlement, Ryotwari System and Mahalwari System.

5. Causes of the poverty of the Indian peasantry and famine policy.
SECTION-C
6. Commercialization of crops, rural indebtedness and destruction of village autonomy.

7. Industry; decline of indigenous industry, rise of plantation industry and modern Industry.


SECTION-D
8. Foreign Trade

9. Labour Movements, rise of trade unionism in India.


SECTION-E (Compulsory)
10 short answer-type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 50 words and will carry 4 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 40 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. 7-10 lines.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED
1. A.R. Desai : Social Background to Indian Nationalism.

2. Ramsay Muir : Making of Modern India.

3. R.C. Majumdar (ed.) British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance

(2 Vols.)

4. R.C. Majumdar (ed.): The Mughal Empire, The History and Culture of

Indian People, Vol.VII.

5. S.K. Bajaj & J.S. Rekhi : History of India (1818-1919), (Punjabi).

6. Dr. Nazor Singh : Essays in History & Historiography.

7. Garret & Thompson : Rise and fulfillment of British Rule in India.



B.A. PART-III

HISTORY
PAPER-I : history of the world (1500-1950)

Max.Marks:100 Pass Marks : 35

Time : 3 hrs. Lectures to be delivered : 75
1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions each from each sections. Each question carries 15 marks.

Section E which is compulsory, will consist of two parts carrying 40 marks. First part will consist of 10 short answer type questions of 30 marks from the entire syllabus. The answer of each short answer type questions will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. The second part will contain a question on map carrying 10 marks out of which 6 marks are allotted to fill the map and 4 marks for an explanatory note. Choice will be offered in the map question.



2. INSTRUCTIONS ONLY FOR BLIND CANDIDATES :

In lieu of Map question the blind candidates will attempt the short answer type questions. The short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Out of four, the blind candidate will attempt any two short answer type questions. Internal choice will be given. The answer to each of these questions will be 50-60 words and will carry 5 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 10.


3. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidate are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.


SECTION-A
1. Rise of Modern Age : Renaissance and Reformation.

2. French Revolution of 1789 : Its causes and effects, Napoleon : His reforms, Causes of his downfall.


SECTION-B
3. Congress of Vienna.

4. Rise of Nationalism. Unification of Italy and Germany.

5. Crimean War : Causes and Effects.
SECTION-C
6. Industrial Revolution and its effects.

7. The Russian Revolution of 1917- Causes and significance.

8. Rise of Fascism and Nazism; and U.N.O.

SECTION-D
9. Causes of the First World War and Second World War.

10. Chinese Revolution of 1949. Modernisation of Turkey under Kamal - Pasha. Creation of Israel. Problem of Palestine.


SECTION-E (Compulsory)
Part-I : 10 Short-Answer type Questions.
Ten short answer type questions from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 30.
Part-II : The paper-setter will set one question on map out of the 4 maps mentioned below. The outline map will be provided. The map question will carry 10 marks -- 6 marks for the map and 4 marks for the explanatory note.
MAPS:

(a) Europe in 1789 A.D.

(b) Vienna Congress.

(c) Unification of Italy.

(d) Europe in 1945.


BOOKS RECOMMENDED
1. Hazen, C.D. : Modern Europe upto 1945 (English), pp. 39-261, 301-390, 448-591, 639-708.

2. Ketelbey, C.D.M. : A history of Modern Times (English), pp. 227-342, 385-408, 440-505, 545-687.

3. Benns, F.L. : European History Since 1870 (English & Punjabi).

4. Benns, F.L. : Europe Since 1914 in its World Setting (English & Punjabi).

5. Carr, E.H. : International Relations between the Two World Wars, 1919-1939.

6. Ergang, Robert : Europe in our Times, pp. 3-24, 87-194, 227-288, 313-349, 465-498.

7. Fay, S.B. : The Origins of the World War.

8. Greenwood: The Modern World : A History of our Times.

9. Arora, A.C. & Arora, R.S. : History of the World (Punjabi & Hindi).

10. Sahota, D.S. : Europe Da Itihas (Punjabi).

11. Rajinder Singh : Europe Da Itihas (Punjabi).

12. Brown and Coysh : The Map Approach to Modern History.

13. Arora, A.C. & Arora R.S. : Atlas of World History.

14. Swain, J.E., History of World civilization (English & Punjabi).

15. Wells, H.G., A Short History of the World (English & Punjabi).

PAPER-II : history of PUNJAB (1799-1966)

Max.Marks:100 Pass Marks : 35

Time : 3 hrs. Lectures to be delivered : 75
1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTER
The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions each from the each sections. Each question carries 15 marks.

Section E which is compulsory, will consist of two parts carrying 40 marks. First part will consist of 10 short answer type questions of 30 marks from the entire syllabus. The answer to each of these questions will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. The second part will contain a question on map carrying 10 marks out of which 6 marks are allotted to fill the map and 4 marks for explanatory note. Choice will be offered in the map question.



2. INSTRUCTIONS ONLY FOR BLIND CANDIDATES :

In lieu of the Map question, the blind candidates will attempt the short answer type questions. The short answer type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. Out of four, the blind candidate will attempt any two short answer type questions. Internal choice will be given. The answer to each of these questions will be 50-60 words and will carry 5 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 10.


3. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidate are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 30-40 words.
SECTION-A
1. Political condition of the Punjab on the eve of Ranjit Singh's accession to Power.

2. The Establishment of Ranjit Singh's Kingdom : Conquests of Lahore, Amritsar, Multan, Kashmir and Peshawar.


SECTION-B
3. Relations between Ranjit Singh and the British (1800-1839).

4. Central and Provincial Administration and Military System of Ranjit Singh.


SECTION-C
5. Anglo-Sikh Wars and the Annexation of the Punjab.

6. Administration of Punjab 1849-58; Board of Administration and its working; John Lawrence as Chief Commissioner.


SECTION-D
7. Socio-Religious Reform Movements in the late nineteenth century; The Namdhari Movement; The Arya Samaj; The Singh Sabha and gurdwara Reforms Movement

8. Factors leading to the Partition of Punjab and its effects; reorganisation of the Punjab, 1966.



SECTION-E (Compulsory)
Part-I : 10 Short-Answer type Questions.
Ten short answer type questions from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 30-40 words and will carry 3 marks each. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 30.
Part-II : The paper-setter will set one question on map out of the 4 maps mentioned below. The outline map will be provided. The map question will carry 10 marks -- 6 marks for the map and 4 marks for the explanatory note.
MAPS:

(a) Kingdom of Ranjit Singh (1839 A.D.)

(b) Battles of First Anglo-Sikh War.

(c) Battles of Second Anglo-Sikh War.

(d) Punjab in 1966.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED
1. Sinha, N.K. : Ranjit Singh (English & Punjabi).

2. Hasrat, B.J. : Life and Times of Ranjit Singh (English).

3. Khushwant Singh : History of the Sikhs, Vol.II.

4. Khushwant Singh : Ranjit Singh - Maharaja of the Punjab.

5. Fauja Singh : Some Aspects of State and Society under

Ranjit Singh

6. Chhabra, G.S. : Advanced History of the Punjab, Vol.II.


7. Cunningham, J.D. : History of the Sikhs.

8. Kirpal Singh : Partition of the Punjab (English & Punjabi).

9. Ganda Singh (ed.) : Punjab (Bhai Jodh Singh Abhinandan

Granth).


10. Arora, A.C. : Punjab Da Itihas (Punjabi & Hindi).

11. Narang, K.S. & Gupta, : History of the Punjab (English, Punjabi &

H.R. Hindi).

12. Gurcharan Singh and : Punjab Da Itihas (Punjabi).

Gandhi, S.S.

13. Arora, A.C. : Atlas of Punjab History (English, Punjabi &

Hindi).

14. Arora, A.C. (ed.) : Punjab Dian Lok Lehran (Punjabi).



B.A. PART-III

HISTORY (HONOURS)

paper-I : HISTORY OF U.S.A. (1860-1990).
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75
InstructionS for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections, A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C & D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will be consist of 10 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus and will carry of 40 marks in all, each short answer type question will carrying 4 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


SECTION-A

1. Civil War : Its causes and effects.

2. Reconstruction Programme.

3. Industrial & Agricultural Revolution.


SECTION-B

4. Populist movement, Progressive movement.

5. Woodrow Wilson's New Freedom Policy.

6. The Great Depression & New Deal Policy.


SECTION-C

7. Rise of Imperialism, causes & brief survey.

8. First World War and Peace Settlement.

9. U.S.A & Second World War.


SECTION-D

10. U.S.A. & the Cold War, Disarmament & Politics of the Power Blocks.

11. U.S.A., Vietnam and the Iraq Crisis.
SECTION-E (Compulsory)
Ten short answer-type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines and and will carry 4 marks. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 40 marks.

SUGGESTED READINGS

1. A.F. Pollard : Factors in American History (Cambridge, 1925).

2. Allen Nevins and Heary Steele Commager : A Short History of United States (Calcutta, 1973).

3. Beard, Charles : The Rise of American Civilization (2 Vols.).

4. Giri, S. Dikshit (ed.) : American History by Indian Historians (Hyderabad, 1969).

5. Harold Eugene Davis : The United States in History (New Delhi, 1968).

6. John A. Krout : United States Since 1865 (London, 1971).

7. Ralph W. Steen : The United States - A History (New Jersey, 1950).

8. Samuel Mckee : American History to 1865 (New Jersey, 1969).

9. Samuel Eliot Morison : The Oxford History of the American People (New York, 1995).

10. Bailey, T.A. : A Diplomatic History of the American People.

11. Arthur, S. Link : American Epoch : A History of United States Since the 1890's.


paper-iI : HISTORY of china (1840-1990).
Max.Marks:100 Time Allowed : 3 hours

Pass Marks : 35% in the subject Total Teaching Periods : 75
InstructionS for the Paper-Setter

The question paper will consist of five sections, A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C & D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will be consist of 10 short-answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus and will carry of 40 marks in all, each short answer type question will carrying 4 marks. The candidates are required to give answer of each short answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


Instructions for the Candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire Section E. The candidates are required to give answer of each short-answer type question in 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines.


SECTION-A

1. Sino-Japanese War : Causes and results.

2. Opening of China and its impact.

3. Rise of nationalist movement and Chiang Kai-Shek.


SECTION-B

4. Rise of Financial imperialism in China.

5. Revolution of 1911 - causes and effects.
SECTION-C

6. Rise of Communism in China and Mao-Tse-Tung.

7. Revolution of 1949.

8. Second Sino-Japanese War : Causes and effects.




SECTION-D

9. China and the Second World War.

10. The Sino-Indian War and Sino-Indian Relations.
SECTION-E (Compulsory)
Ten short answer-type questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt all the ten questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts, institutions and historical sources within the purview of the syllabus. The answer to each of these question will be of 50 words i.e. in 7-10 lines and and will carry 4 marks. Thus the total marks of these questions will be 40 marks.

SUGGESTED READINGS

1. B.R. Chatterji, Modern China - A Short History (Meerut, 1969).

2. Chou Hsiang-Kuang : A History of Chinese Culture.

3. Chou Hsiang-Kuang : Modern History of China.

4. Li Chien Nung : The Political History of China (New Delhi, 1963).

5. M.G. Aleavy H. : The Modern History of China.

6. R.S. Gupta : History of Modern China (New Delhi, 1974).

7. Sharmunn & Schell : Republic of China.

8. Sharmunn & Schell : Imperialist China.

9. Vinacke, H.M. : History of the Far East in Modern Time.

10. Wolfrao Eberhard : A History of China (London, 1977).

11. Wright, M. (ed.) : The Chinese Revolution-The First Phase.





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