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PMS PAKISTAN STUDIES PAPER 2022

Q1. Compare and contrast the role of ECO and SAARC for the regional connectivity and stability.

Q2. We need “Friends not Masters”. Critically evaluate Pakistan’s likely relations with United States of America after its withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Q3. The Ulema of Nadwah attempted to make a synthesis of modernism of Aligarh and conservatism of Deoband in their syllabus. Discuss.

Q4. The location of Pakistan has given the strategic strength to the State. What are its physical features and narrate its advantages and disadvantages?

Q5. Separation of East-Pakistan, though a tragic part of History of Pakistan, was not the negation of Two-Nation theory.” Discuss.

Q6. Discuss the obstacles in the way of good governance in Pakistan. In your view what steps can be taken to achieve the goal of good governance?

Q7. Write short notes on any TWO of the following:

  1. Constitutional Amendment
  2. Kashmir Dispute
  3. Pakistan’s Role in the United Nations

Q8. Fill in the Blanks.

1. Indian Council Act of 1909 is also known as ___ and it accepted the Muslims demands of

2. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad started a weekly Urdu Newspaper ___ in the year

3. The Constitution of 1962 was abrogated by ___ on ___.

4. India and Pakistan were transferred power according to on ___ promulgated on ___.

5. Kashmir was sold to Dogra Raja according to the Treaty of ___ signed in the year of ___.

6. NCOC was formed in ___ in order to combat ___.

7. The Gwadar Port, being the ___ largest port of the world is situated at the doorway of ___.

8. Partition of Bengal took place in the year ___ and it was proposed by ____.

9. The Muslim League won ____ Muslim seats in the Central Assembly and ___ Muslim Seats in the Provincial Assembly in the elections of 1945-46.

10.The Cripps Mission was sent to the Sub-Continent in ___ under the leadership of Sir ___.

PMS PAKISTAN STUDIES PAPER 2021

Q1. Discuss the political ideology of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan towards the Indian National Congress with particular reference to his policy measured to counter the imminent danger of majority rules in India.
Q2. Highlights the main problems in the industrial sector of Pakistan and also suggests measures for its improvements.
Q3. Through Allama Iqbal’s writings and views of Quaid e Azam explain the conceptual understanding of the Islamic state.
Q4. The debacle of 1971 was more the result of Big Power’s leaning towards India rather than our domestic failure. Discuss the above statement by critically evaluating Poland’s resolution in the UN security council.
Q5. Examine Pakistan’s relation with China in the context of CPEC. How is it going to be a game-changer for the South Asia region?
Q6. Examining development without social change generates alienation in society. Discuss Pakistan’s economic problems in the Musharraf era, in the light of the above statement.
Q7. Write a short note on any two of the following:
  1. Energy Crisis in Pakistan
  2. Kashmir conflict
  3. National security challenges
Q8. Fill in the Blanks:
1. Nadwatul-Ulama (Council of Muslim Theologians) was founded in the year ___ in the city ___ of India.
2. Pakistan tested the nuclear device on ___ in the district ___ of Baluchistan.
3. Khanjrab Pass connects Pakistan with ___ while Khyber Pass connects Pakistan with ___.
4. Chaudhary Rehmat Ali was a graduate of  ___ College Lahore, which was established in ___
5. Major Tufail Muhammad was cited with Nishan-i-Haider for his undaunted valor in one of the skirmishes that took place in ___  in the year ___
6. NCOC was formed in ___  in order to combat ___
7. Sindh Madrassa-Tul-Islam was founded In the year ___  in the city of ___
8. The Simla Agreement between India and Pakistan was signed in the year ___ and at that time, the Prime Minister of India was ___
9. Faraizi Movement was started by ___ in the province of ___
10. The Indus Water Treaty was signed between India and Pakistan on ___ at ___.

 

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