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    B. A. III Syllabus (Paper A and Paper B)


    ATTENTION VISITORS: FOR LATEST SYLLABUS OF PUNJAB UNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH CHECK PU WEBSITE AT www.puchd.ac.in .THE CONTENTS TO THIS PAGE IS RELATED TO 2006. MANY TOPICS ARE NOT IN PRESENT SYLLABUS. SECONDLY THEY HAVE REFORMULATED THE CONTENTS.


    Get some good books on world history
    B. A. III History Syllabus of Punjab University, Chandigarh, India
    Paper A: World History 1500-1870
    1



  • The Renaissance and Reformation: Decline of Feudalism; Factors for the growth of Renaissance and its effects in Europe; Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation; Counter Reformation.


  • 2



  • Rise of the absolutist State: France and Prussia.
    3
  • Rise of Parliamentary Government: The Glorious Revolution and its effects.
    4
  • The American Revolution: It’s social, political and economic causes; It consequences.


  • 5


  • The French Revolution: The social and Economic causes.


  • 6


  • The Congress of Vienna (1815): Circumstances; provisions and results.


  • 7


  • The Industrial Era: the Industrial r evolution (1750-1850), its origins in England; Spread to Europe, impact on society.


  • 8


  • Eastern Question: Greek war of Independence; Crimean War.


  • 9


  • Nationalism in Italy: Carbonari and the role of Mazzini; diplomacy of Cavour; Garilbaldi and Unification of Italy.


  • 10


  • Unification of Germany Rise of nationalism in Germany, economic development and the Zollverein; Austro-Prussian and Franco-Prussian war.


  • Paper B: War and Peace in the Modern World.
    1



  • New Imperialism 1871-1914: partition of Africa; Triple Alliance and Triple Entente, causes of World War I.

  • 2



  • Revolution in Russia 1917-1924: Causes and Impact.

  • 3



  • Modernization of China: Ideological trends-Nationalism and Communism; Economic Growth 1900-1968.

  • 4



  • Modernization of Japan: The Meiji restoration and Modernization in Japan.

  • 5



  • The Great Depression of 1929 and Global Recovery: The depression in U. S. A., Germany, France and Britain; USSR and Depression of the 1930s; Roosevelt’s New Deal.

  • 6



  • Fascism: The social and economic crisis in Italy after World War I;’ the March on Rome and its causes;’ the creation of a Cooperative state under Mussolini.

  • 7



  • Nazism: The social and economic crisis in Germany after World War KK, the failure of the Weimer Republic; Hitler’s consolidation of power (1932-1939); Imperialist Designs.

  • 8



  • World War II and its Aftermath: Causes, formation of the U.N.O, emergence of USA as World Power.

  • 9



  • Nationalism in West Asia: Modernization of Turkey under Mustafa Kemal Pasa; creation of Israel, the Suez Crisis.

  • 10



  • Continuing efforts at establishing peace: Conference of Berlin, Paris Peace Conference; UN and the outlawing of War; restoring peace in the Gulf.



  • GOOD BOOKS ON WORLD HISTORY

    4 comments:

    1. sir i want to know the results of BA final 2005, plz tel me where can i see the results, on the pu site its shows only till 2010 results....

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    2. dear mandeep,
      Kindly visit PU extension library, or some college or some cooperative book seller who keeps gazetteer of last year. That is the only solution.
      I do not know whether it works, but you may ask for the result through RTI to Registrar Examination/Controller Examination.

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    3. DEAR SIR,
      I WANT TEN YEAR TEST PAPERS OF HISTORY SO WHERE CAN I SEE?

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    4. Rajni,
      I do not know. But option is buy it from the market. You buy the papers of other subjects also.
      Secondly, the PU syllabus is such that the paper is predictable. The European history or the world history as the univ may like to call it, is a very exhaustive subject. But, the syllabus is such that it does allow the paper setter to venture much. Secondly I have given some answers related to this paper. They are repetitive questions. That is other thing that some new topics are added when Unit based syllabus is introduced. Thirdly you may consult your teacher. It is an interesting paper. Secondly it forms a part of GS paper I Mains of CS examination. A large portion of syllabus is already covered in Wikipedia. You just need intelligence to collect the notes in two to three days. Sumir

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