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 Despite backwardness and social barriers ,women have immensely contributed in Indian freedom struggle . Critically examine the role of women in freedom struggle in the light of above mentioned statement.

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How far modernization and globalization has an impact on role of women.
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Discuss the social factors that inhibits that performance of Women organization.
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4 The Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 2003 is not so successful to accomplish its objective. What are the other steps should be taken to stop this illegal activity in India.
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5 Employment sector is still dominated by men and there is very slow growth in term of women employment. what are the main factors responsible for this along with special focus on women employment in India?
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 The Indo-Pak or Shimla Agreement of 1971 was a diplomatic victory for Pakistan. Do you agree?
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Why India is still opposed to the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). Critically examine the implications of India''s stand.
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India’s foreign policy after 1991 reflects its rising stature in international geopolitics.Evaluate
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India’s foreign policy has eveloved from idealism towards pragmatism.Discuss in the context of post independence period.
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Highlight important features of Foreign policy of India.
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 “The only issue is the non-negotiable right to equality. Dragging in the uniform civil code is a deliberate attempt to obfuscate it.” Examine.
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 “Constitutional Developments during British India played double role of creating vacuum and providing ventilation”. Comment

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Consensus and accomodation were the twin principles which dominated the debates of the Constituent Assembly - Austin. In the light of this statement, assess the performance of the Constituent Assembly in drafting the Constitution of India.
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Constitution are the heirs of the post of testators of the future. Comment!
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The complete study of a countrys constitution is not confined to its written provisions only. It is rather a study of its constitutional law. Comment!
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The Constitution & Constitutionalism an two different concepts. Merely having a constitution in a country does not necessarily mean that there will be a constitutionalism in that country. Comment!
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  The new capitalism was predominantly industrial. Evaluate the role of Industrial Revolution in the birth of socialism.
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 The “Industrial Revolution” that occurred in Britain between 1780s to 1850s was neither “industrial” nor a “revolution”. Critically examine

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 One of the most notable consequences of the Industrial Revolution was imperialism which later became aggressive and indirectly led to the First World War. Discuss.
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 Briefly discuss the factors that were responsible for the ‘Industrial Revolution’ in England.
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 According to some scholars Britain experienced the Industrial Revolution first because it developed favourable socio-political structures, mental attitudes and values. How far this opinion is correct? Explain.
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 “The Industrial Revolution was more of an evolution than a revolution”. Comment.
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 The Korean War (1950-53) had repercussions on parties involved but also on global politics of the time. Elucidate

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 Several women leaders contributed immensely in shaping the constitution of India by participating in the debates of the Constituent Assembly of India. Discuss prominent contribution by women leaders in making constitution of India.

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 Analyse, in brief, the role of Mountbatten, Sardar Patel and V.P. Menon in the integration of princely states into the Indian Union.
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The concept of linguistic reorganization of states was not a sudden occurrence rather it developed gradually. Substantiate.
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 "The Shimla Agreement of 1972 demonstrated the lack of maturity and foresight in Indian decision makers." Analyze.

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  In the history of post-colonial India the Internal Emergency of 1975 was the greatest political crisis but it was accepted by the Indian people. How it helped in strengthening Indian democracy?
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Analyze the role of the Orientalists in promoting India’s culture.
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 The British policy towards India changed after the revolt of 1857. Throw light on the different changes during post-1857 phase of British rule in India.
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1857 revolt marked the begionning of the freedom struggle. Do you agree with the statement ? Answer crtically in the context of socio-political situation in the first half of 19th century.
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Critically examine the role of Allan Octavian Hume in the formation of the Indian National Congress.
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 Compare the ideology and approach of the moderates and the extremists.
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Critically evaluate the contribution of the moderates in the progress of the Indian National Movement.
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Bhakti Movements have been remarkable features of Medieval Indian society whereas socio-religious reform movements are the crusader of modern Indian society. Discuss the nature and organization of these movements in their specific historical context.

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Examine the role of politico-legal reforms introduced by the British after 1885 in freedom struggle. In this context can it be said that the British dug their own grave?
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Formation of congress marked a new beginning in freedom struggle. Comment
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 Eventhough the League of Nations was a great institution; it failed to maintain international peace. Enlist the reasons that led to its failure.
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  Explain the impact of Swadeshi movement on the development of education.
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 Discuss the significance of the Home Rule Movement in laying the foundation of the mass phase of the Indian National Movement.
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“Swadeshi movement was the first mass movement during the course of Indian National Movement”. Justify.
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 The reforms of 1909 were a watershed in Indian Political system. Explain

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First decade of 20th century played a decisive role in nature and course of freedom struggle. Critically examine
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Discuss the contribution of Chandra Shekhar Azad in Indian Freedom Movement

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Discuss the significance of the extremists in India’s freedom struggle. How they benefitted Gandhi in expanding the canvas of the Indian National Movement?
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 How Gandhian phase of the Indian National Movement was different in nature in comparison to the previous phases?
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 ”Round table conferences “was the brain child of Swarajists and materialized after their collapse .Explain the importance of this breakthrough for Indian freedom struggle?

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Swarajist Party was active on the Indian scene just for a while but it provided a new direction to the national movement. Discuss.
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The deacade of 1920s broadened the base of freedom struggle. Examine the light of specific developments in political situtations of the period.
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 Critically evaluate the Communal Award and its shortcomings.
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Enumerate the main provisions of the Government of India Act, 1935 regarding the Civil Services.
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The goverment of India act 0f 1935 marked a new phase in freedom struggle. Discuss in the light of important features of the act.
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 Quit India Movement prove to be a metaphor. Critically analyze

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 The mixing of Khilafat issue with the Non-Cooperation Movement was an unwise decision. Elucidate.
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Discuss the factors and circumstances that led to the partition of India.
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Even though the Wavell Plan failed to achieve its goal; it led to Jinnah’s victory. How?
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The August Offer, the Cripps Mission Proposals and the Cabinet Mission Plan displayed the same line of thought as well as gradual progression of the British mindset. Elaborate.
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 Enlist the key features of the Cabinet Mission Plan. Why it rejected the idea of Pakistan?
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 Examine Nehru’s role in evolving an independent foreign policy for India.
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 Tracing the history from Later Mughal Empire, disintegration –integration and vice-versa is a never ending process. Examine the statement by highlighting trends in post independence India.

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Pangs of partition in India are difficult to erase from the memory of Indian psyche. Its festering wounds are opened time and again with uncanny regularity. Analyze
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Invasions kept on haunting India even after independence. Examine the social and economic cost of various wars which India has fought.


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Turbulent decade of 1970s brought decisive changes in the Indian political system , the impressions of which can be seen even today. Explain.


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Evaluate the role and extent of success of major socio-religious reform movements of the 19th century India in improving the condition of women.
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 What impact the socio-religious reformers had on the nationalist leaders and their ideologies? Discuss with the help of examples.
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 The roots of communalism can be traced in the socio-religious reform movements of the 19th century. Critically examine
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 The modern western ideas had far reaching impact on the Indian society. How far they were responsible for reforms in the 19th and 20th century India.
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Why 19th century socio-religious reform movements are known as Indian renaissance ?
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Examine the essential features of subsidiary alliance system, how far did it contribute in making British company a sovereign political authority in India.
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Discuss the relevance of reservation policy for scheduled castes and tribes in India with special reference to political developments during freedom struggle.
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2 Discuss the validity of reservation policy in country''s political discourse with reference to India''s freedom struggle.

Reservation is a pre-independence policy inaugurated by GOI Act, 1935 which created the schedules listing the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. The policy itself is an outcome of poona pact (1932) between Mahatma Gandhi and B.R. Ambedkar, in which the latter was forced to withdraw the claims by untouchable castes to a separate electorate in return for guaranteed representation in legislature and the broad assurance that nation would do everything in its power to end untouchability and caste discrimination.

Thus, reservation is fundamentally a political promise made in acknowledgement of the fact that caste literally excludes sizeable communities from Indian society.

Since independence was demanded in the name of the Indian nation, and since the nation is supposed to be an egalitarian form of community, the poona pact was a compromise whereby the untouchables agreed to forego their demand of a nation (electorate) of their own and be a part of the larger nation in spite of their caste exclusion.

In short, reservation is intended to be a response, from a nationalist movement led by the upper castes to the bitter truth in Ambedkar’s poignant statement: “Gandhiji, I have no homeland.”
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 British Rule thrived in India on the policy of “Divide and Rule”. Briefly discuss the various steps taken by them in this direction.

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 Govt. of India is taking praiseworthy steps for the expansion of Trade. Critically examine the potentials in Foreign Trade under the light of Foreign Trade Policy (2015-2020).

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Critically examine the provisions of Science Technology and Innovation policy 2013. In this light highlight the measures taken by the government to promote innovation in India.
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British economic policies led to transformation of India’s economy into a colonial economy destroying the structure of Indian economy. Explain its deleterious effect in case of agriculture and rural employment. Relate in brief how it led to emergence of middle class in India.
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Consolidation and reorganization of Indian states was a milestone in independent India. It seems to be an incomplete process for holistic integration of India. Discuss in the light of current situation in India.

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 “The New Economic Policy was neither socialism nor capitalism but a temporary mixture of both”. Comment.
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 Both Subhas Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi launched struggles against the British. How their ideas and strategies were different?

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 Gandhi and Nehru had divergent ideological approaches but had the same goal of achieving self sufficiency for India. Elucidate.
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The agriculturists or Kisans formed one of the largest sections of the Indian society, but they were too late to develop class-consciousness and organize themselves. Discuss the reasons.
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 A profound reason for the spread of socialist ideas was the nationalists’ concern with India’s poverty. Analyse
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 To what extent the ideology and leadership of Indian National Congress remained successful in developing nationalism in India?

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 Geographical proximity cannot deny different Modernization itineraries. Analyze in perspective to China and Japan.

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 Geographical proximity cannot deny different Modernization itineraries. Analyze in perspective to China and Japan.
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 Though different regions were the hotspot of the freedom struggle but north eastern region never came to the limelight. In this regard discuss the contribution of North east region in the Indian freedom struggle

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 “The Vienna Settlement was an honest attempt to prevent future war”. Explain.
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  The Congress of Vienna (1815) ignored the forces of nationalism and became the main reason for strengthening the same forces. Highlight key decisions of the Congress in this regard.
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 In reality, the parting of ways between England and America began in 1763. Substantiate.
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 The Regulating Act of 1773 was the first key chapter in the constitutional history of India. Describe the major provisions of the Act in this regard.
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Highlight the significant features and impact of the Subsidiary Alliance.
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  Better diplomatic skill of the English to win allies and isolate the enemy helped them in the conquest of India. Discuss.
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 Revolt of 1857 revived social movements in Punjab with a new color. Justify the statement with special reference to the contribution of Baba Ram Singh.

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 Maharaja Ranjit Singh has remained an unmatched personality for his glorious empire but seeds of destruction and annexation of Punjab were perpetuating within it. “Comment.

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 Throughout centuries Punjab has remained entry gate for foreign invaders to India. Its implications can be seen in cosmopolitan culture of India. What have been the socio-religious and intellectual implications of this prolong history?

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 Analyse the conditions that favoured Gandhi to emerge as a national leader within a short period of time.
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