This course of Pakistan Studies which is a multidisciplinary subject has been designed to enable students not only to understand the factor leading to the creation of their homeland but also to appreciate various aspects of its ideology in regional and international affairs
This curriculum has been developed with a mission to inculcate among the students a better understanding of Pakistan and its influence on the evolution and progress of the society, so that they may acquire a proper perspective of thoughts and actions taken in the past. This approach will furnish the upcoming generation with knowledge and skill to promote a sense of patriotism and to develop universal human values in society.
- Ikram, S. M. (1987). Modern Muslim India and the Birth of Pakistan. Institute of Islamic Culture.
- Jalal, A. (2014). The struggle for Pakistan. Harvard University Press.
- Khan, H. (2005). Constitutional and political history of Pakistan. Oxford University Press, USA.
- Choudhury, G. W. (1969). Constitutional development in Pakistan (Vol. 40). London: Longman.
BS- IM 1st Semester (SS)
Monday 4.00 - 05.00
Tuesday 2.30 – 3.30
Sessional Marks: 20 [Assignments (05) Presentations (05) participation (05) Attendance (05)]
Mid Term (Term paper): 30
Final Term: 50