Assignment No. 1
Assignment # 01 Total Marks: 10
Due Date: May, 16, 2014
Try to be genuine in your approach.
Question No. 1 5 Marks
Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah the founding father of Pakistan after coming into politics struggled hard for Hindu Muslim unity when he was a member of both organizations Congress and Muslim League. He resigned from the membership of Congress in 1920, and started working for the betterment and welfare of the Muslim community of the Subcontinent. What were the main events in the history of Subcontinent that led to the transformation of Jinnah from an Indian nationalist to Muslim Nationalist?
Justify your answer with at least 5 such incidents:
Question No. 2 5 Marks
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was a distinguished leader of his time. He always emphasized that the Muslims of Subcontinent must learn English language so that they might have the capability to deal with the changed circumstances. Even today we are far behind than the Hindus in this particular discipline. Was Sir Syed Ahmed Khan right?
Justify your answer with at least five advantages of learning English with special focus on the state of English as a discipline in Pakistan.
The ability of Jinnah to unite a series of political expediencies with the popular appeal of Islam to demand a separate state for the Muslim people, has brought him the accolade 'the founder of Pakistan'.
Question#1 is related with the reasons(at least 5 such events) which led Jinnah to change his thinking from
"ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity(Lucknow pact 1916) to Hindu-Muslim separation(1937-1947).
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