10th Class Pak Studies Notes
10th Class Pak Studies Chapter Wise MCQs & Short or Long Questions Notes. These notes are very well good Format, which will be of great benefit to you. With our educational materials, you can prepare more than 100 percent of your marks. This educational material has been overseen by experienced teachers of Pak Studies. There are 5 chapters of Pak Studies. Be sure to read it very well explored.
For example Chapter 5: History of Pakistan
What is mentioned in this chapter is all given in the paragraph below. During the rule of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (December 6-9 to July 7), important aspects of economic reform will be undertaken during the next two to three years, as well as (nationalization, labor reform, agrarian reform). Impacts on commerce and trade were also reformed.
Sir Numan Sadaf Sahib (Govt model High School 343 GB)
10th Class Pak Studies / مطالعہ پاکستان نوٹس
The important aspects of the Constitution of 1971 have been mentioned. The period of General Zia-ul-Haq (3rd to 6th century), the important aspects of the implementation of Islam in Pakistan during the 9th to 5th century, the important events of the time of Muhammad Khan Junejo (3rd to 4th century) have also been mentioned. The issue of Afghanistan and the refugees and their impact on Pakistani society, the first term of Benazir Bhutto’s government (December 2-August 3). The second term of Benazir Bhutto’s government (October 7 to November 8)
Important events of the first government of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif (November 3 to July 3). Significant events of the second term of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s government (February 5 to October 7), when Pakistan became a nuclear power.
Reasons for the military occupation of October 12, 1999. Transfer of power to lower levels under Pervez Musharraf. Local Government (Introduction and Background).Local Government Plan 1, local governments at the union, tehsil and district level; General Pervez Musharraf’s ideology of enlightenment, privatization, and the establishment of industries during the Musharraf era; the effects of privatization. Monetary changes presented by Pervez Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz.Pakistan’s foreign policy. Introduction and objectives (protection of territorial sovereignty and integrity, ideological objectives, economic development, cultural development).Pak-China relations; Pak-India relations Relations with Member States of Pakistan’s Islamic Conference Organization, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia; Pakistan and Turkey.Pakistan’s relations with Egypt, Libya, Malaysia, and the United Arab Emirates
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