(Part-A): Historical Background of Pakistan
1. Muslim Society in the Subcontinent
(a) Establishment of the Islamic Society.
(b) Comparative study of Hindu and Muslim Society-Influence of Islam on Hindu Society (Bhagti Movement).
(c) Role of Islamic scholars and the saints-Literary, educational, legal, religious and reformation services of the scholars and saints of Islam; Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty, Shaikh Bahauddin Zakaria, Shaikh Ahmad Sarhandi, Shaikh Abdul Huque Muhaddis Dehlvi, Shah Wali Ullah.

2. Fall of Muslim Society
(a) Establishment of British rule.
(b) Causes and effects.

3. Reformative Movements of Islamic Society
(a) Movements of Shah Wali Ullah-Movement of Mujahideen Faraizi Movement.
(b) Battle of Freedom 1857 - causes - causes of failure.
(c) Educational Movements; Darul Uloom Deoband, Aligarh, Anjuman-e-Himayatul Islam, Darul Uloom Nadva Madras, Manzarul Islam Barely, Sindh Madrasa Karachi, Islamia College Peshawar.

4. Rise of Muslims In The Modern Times
(a) Political aspect of Aligarh Movement.
(b) Establishment of Muslim League.
(c) Constitutional reforms - Separate electorates.
(d) Luckhnow Pact - Khilafat Movement (efforts for Hindu-Muslim unity).
(e) Nehru Report-14 points of Quaid-e-Azam.
(f) Allahbad Addres of Allama Iqbal (1930)-Round Table Conference.
(g) Organization of Muslim League (1933-37).
(h) Elections of 1937 - attitude of Congress Government.

5. Demand For Separate Home land
(a) Ideology of Pakistan / Two Nation Theory-Definition and development.
(b) Movement for separating Sindh from Bombay Presidency and demand for Muslim State.
(c) Lahore Resolution 1940.
(d) Cripps Recommendations
(e) Elections of 1945-46.
(f) Transfer of Power

(Part-B): Pakistan
6. Problems At The Time of Inception of Pakistan
(a) Initial problems.
(b) New government and the establishment of administration (Federal and Provincial) - Distribution of sources and assets - Refugee problem - System of local states; Kalat and Kashmir - Canal water dispute.
(c) Establishment and role of Civil Services and the army.
(d) Constitutional problems; Ideological clashes (Islamic and Western thoughts) - Salient features of the Constitutions of 1956, 1962 and 1973.

7. Economic Problems
(a) Prominent features of the Economy of Pakistan (characteristics).
(b) Economic Planning

8. Foreign Policy
(a) Basic Principles.
(b) Relations with super powers.
(c) SAARC countries.
(d) Non-Alignment Movement.
(e) Islamic World

9. Pakistani Culture And Society
(a) Urban and Rural Society.
(b) Class System
(c) National integration and Regionalism.