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History - May/June 2010 Backlog (New) 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Republican kingdoms in Ancient India.
Short Manudharma Sastra
Short Mahayana Buddhism
Short Bhagavatism
Short Sufism
Short Akbar`s Revenue Administration
Short Sharada Act
Short Ryotwari System
Long "The present form of Indian Society borrowed many things from Indus Valley civilization". Discuss.
Long Give an account of Mauryan Administration.
Long Critically estimate the influence of Islam on Hindu Society and Religion.
Long Examine the place of Akbar in Indian History.
Long "Rajaram Mohan Roy was a pioneer of Indian School Reformers". Discuss.
Long Describe the features of 1919 Montague Chelmsform Reforms.
Long Analyse the importance of Gandhian phase of Indian freedom struggle.
Long Describe the importance of introduction of Railways in India. What are its results?
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