The course has been designed as a compulsory subject for the students studying for Bachelor’s degree, professional. The course is of 2 credit hours carrying 100 marks (recommended). The teaching work is comprised of three dimensions: Historical Perspective (20%); Government and Politics (40%); and Contemporary Pakistan (40%).The course framework is issue-oriented. It has many dimensions, the historical and ideological background of Pakistan the process of governance and national development as well as the issues arising in the modern, age and posing challenges to Pakistan. The main objective of this course is to enhance knowledge of the students about history, culture and civilization of Pakistan.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)
CLO: 1. Distinguish between Ideological and non Ideological state (A2)
CLO: 2. Acquire knowledge of Pakistan Movement, Indus civilization & culture (A1)
CLO: 3. Be aware about political and constitutional history of Pakistan (A1)
CLO: 4. Realize the importance of revival of Islamic Society in the changing world context and Pakistan, being a step towards this revival (A2)
CLO: 5. Current Issues of Pakistan, their causes and solution (A2)
- Historical perspective- Ten Lectures
- Arrival of Muslims in the sub-continent, foundation of Muslim rule (712-1857).
- Arrival of British-declined of Muslim rule.
- Ideological rationale with special reference to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
- Factors leading to Muslim separatism.
- People and land
- Indus valley Civilization.
- Muslim Advent of Islam in the Indian Sub-continent.
- Location and Geo-physical Features of Pakistan.
- 1947-58 The Formative Phase (Democratic Governments).
- 1958-71 Martial Law Regime of Ayub Khan and Yahya Khan.
- 1971-77 Government of Zulifqar Ali Bhutto (PPP).
- 1977-88 Zai-ul-Haq’s Martial Law Rule.
- 1988-99 Period of democratic governments.
- 1999-08 Pervez Musharruf Era.
- 2008-13 PPP Government under Asif Ali Zardari
- 2013… PML-N Government under Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
- Social structure of Pakistan.
- Role of religion in society.
- Ethnicity-ethnic issues and National Integration.
- Determinations of Pakistan Foreign Policy.
- Major Challenges to Foreign Policy of Pakistan.
- Climate, Natural Resources.
- Global Warming Concerns
- Other Environmental issues