Post Independence Consolidation and Reorganization
- The New Economic Policy – 1921 of Lenin had influenced the policies adopted by India soon after independence. Evaluate.
- Critically elucidate the various phases of merger of Sikkim into Union of India while keeping in focus the 35th and 36th amendment of the Indian Constitution.
- Has the formation of linguistic states strengthened the cause of Indian unity?
- Discuss the role of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in pre and post independent India? Was India in a position to fulfil his absence specially during the integration phase of princely states after Independence ?
- Analyze the significance of the Dravidian movement in the post-independence history of India.
- What problems were germane to the decolonization process in the Malay Peninsula?
- The factors that led to reorganization of Bombay and Madras were at stark contrast with the factors that led to reorganization of Punjab and Assam. Do you agree? Explain.
- Critically examine the Labour Legislations and Land Reforms executed after independence till death of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, emphasizing upon their challenges and outcomes.
- Outline the role of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in unifying the India in post independence period.
- Post-Independence, India chose the path of state socialism, while China went communist. To what extent, this affected the course of economic development in the two countries?
- How V P Menon played a key role in territorial integration of India?
- Although the principle of religious majorities was followed for the partition of India, yet it was full of practical problems." Examine.
- "The political competition between the Congress and Muslim League; and the British role led to the decision for the creation of Pakistan." In the light of the above statement, discuss various consequences of the partition of India.
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