Federal Board Pakistan studies 10th Class Model Paper 2015

For Class X (marks 75)
1. Ideological Basis of Pakistan
i. Meaning, source and significance of Ideology.
ii. Contents of Ideology. Basis of Pakistan’s Ideology with particular
reference to the basic values of Islam and Principles of democracy as
enunciated by Islam.
iii. Ideology of Pakistan in the light of the statements made by Allama Iqbal
and Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
iv. Ideology demands National character.
2. Making of Pakistan
i. Revivalist Movements in the sub-continent:
– Shah Waliullah – Syed Ahmad Shaheed Barelvi.
– Faraizi Movement. – Aligarh Movement
ii. Development of Two Nation Theory.
iii. Muslim League as a mass Movement.
iv. Role of various Provinces in the Freedom Movement.
v. Importance of 27 Ramadan, 1366A.H./August 14, 1947 A.D why India
opted for 15th August instead of 14th August.
vi. Responsibility of an ideological state’s citizens.
vii. Establishment of Pakistan and Quaid-iAzam’s Role as First Governor
General of Pakistan; his character and achievements.
3. The Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Why is constitution required?
i. The Objectives Resolution 1949
– Salient Features – Significance.
ii. Constitution- al Development. 1956, 1962 (Brief background)
iii. Salient Features of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 with special
reference to the provinces related to Islam, National cohesion and
principles of state policy.
iv. The fall of East Pakistan:
– Role of India.
– Recognition of Bangladesh.
– Two Nation Theory
– Our role in Pakistan’s prosperity.
4. Land and Climate of Islamic Republic of Pakistan
i. Location
ii. Physical Features.
iii. Climate: Why does the climate change? Its causes.
iv. Impact of climate on life.
v. Environmental problems, causes, consequences and remedies. vi. Environment pollutants:
– Air
– Land
– Water
– Sub-soil pollution
What should be done now?
5. Resources
i. Resources and their importance in National Development.
ii. Natural Resources:
– Soil – Forest
– Minerals
iii. Agriculture:
– System of Agriculture – Irrigation
– Live Stock
iv. Power Resources:
– Hydro-electricity – Thermo-electricity
– Solar Energy – Nuclear Energy
v. Human Resources
vi. Inter-dependence of human and other resources
vii. Problems and prospects
viii. How can we increase/ preserve reservoirs?
ix. Moderation in life.
6. Industrial Development in Islamic Republic
i. Meaning of:
– Industry
– National Development
ii. Industry and its importance for national development
iii. Industries:
– Cottage Industry – Small Industry
– Heavy Industry – Defense Industry
iv. Means of Communications: Primitive and modern
– Land – Air – Water
v. Trade and commerce:
– Inland and overseas – E-Commerce
– How can Industrial development be increased?
7. Population of Pakistan
i. Population size and composition urban/rural literacy percentage.
ii. Growth of population; migration
iii. Causes of population growth.
iv. Development of resources vis-ŕ-vis population growth. v. Quality of life in Pakistan with respect to: education, health and food.
vi. Linguistic composition of population.
8. Culture of Pakistan
i. Languages of Pakistan
ii. Importance of national language vis a vis National Unity
iii. Common cultural, manifestation in the national life.
iv. Dress, arts and crafts festivals.
9. Education in Pakistan
i. Importance of education for development with particular reference to
Pakistan education policy:
– Political Socio-Cultural, Economic aspects.
ii. Formal Education System.
iii. Scheme of studies.
iv. Curriculum Development.
v. Teachers Training
vi. Textbook Development.
vii. Examination
viii. Technical and Vocational Education.
ix. Higher Education
x. Problems in Education
xi. New trends in education including I.T.
10. Pakistan – A Welfare State Outlook for the future
i. Welfare State in Islamic Perspective
ii. National Goals
iii. Need for sustained constructive efforts
iv. Self-sufficiency in food
v. Universal education
vi. Egalitarian
vii. Universal brotherhood and world peace
viii. Just and equitable distribution of resources
ix. Role of individual towards welfare state
x. Rights and responsibilities individuals

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