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UNIT-I- Approaches to the study of Nationalism in India:
Nationalist, Imperialist, Marxist and Subaltern Interpretations
1.01. Approaches to the study of Nationalism in India:
1.01.01. Concept of Nationalism:
1.01.01.01. Definition of Nationalism:
1.01.01.02. Primordial, Functional and Narrative Approaches:
1.02. Approaches to study of the Nationalism:
1.02.01. Colonialist or Imperialist Views:
1.02.02. Nationalist Approach:
1.02.03. Marxist approach:
1.02.04. Sub-Altern:
UNIT-II- Reformism and anti-Reformism in the 19th century:
Major Social and Religious Movements in the 19th Century.
2.01. Religious Reforms Movements in Modern India:
2.01.01. Causes for the Socio-Religious Reforms Movement
2.01.02. Common Characteristics of Religious and Social Reform
Movements:
2.01.03. BrahmoSamajand Raja Rammohan Roy(1772-1833AD):
2.01.04. PrarthanaSamajandRanade
2.01.05. Derozio and Young Bengal Movement
2.01.06. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar
2.01.07. Spread of the Reform Movements in Western and Southern India:
2.01.08. Swami DayanandSaraswati (1824-1883) and AryaSamaj
2.01.09. The Ramakrishna Mission and Swami Vivekananda
2.01.10. Theosophical Society and Annie Besant
2.01.11. Aligarh Movement and Sayyid Ahmad Khan
2.01.12. Reform Movements among Parsis
2.01.13. Religious Reform among Sikhs
2.01.14. Impact of the Reform Movement
2.01.15. Social and religious reforms movements and the expression of National Democratic Awakening.

UNIT-III- National Politics and Expansion of its Social Base:
3.01. Phases of Nationalist Movements
3.01.01. Origins of Nationalism in India
3.01.01.01. Rise of Nationalism in India
3.01.01.02. Factors Responsible for the Rise and Growth of National Consciousness (Nationalism) in India:
3.01.01.03. Indian National Congress
3.01.01.04. Liberalism in India:
3.01.01.05. Liberal constitutionalists:
3.01.01.06. Rise of Radical Nationalism:
3.01.01.06.01. Causes rise of Radical Nationalism:
3.01.01.07. Nationalist Movements:
3.01.01.07.01. Towards Radical and Mass Politics – Swadeshi Movement
3.02. Gandhi and mass mobilization: Non-Cooperation Movement, Civil Disobedience Movement, Quit India Movement.
3.02.01. Major Movements For Freedom struggle in India By Mahatma Gandhi
3.02.01.01. Gandhi’s Beliefs and Strategies in the Freedom Struggle
3.02.01.02. Role of Mahatma Gandhi in the Indian Freedom Struggle
3.02.01.03. Gandhi’s National Mass Movements (1920-1947)
3.02.01.03.01. The Non-Cooperation Movement (1920)
3.02.01.03.02. The Civil Disobedience Movement (1930-1931)
3.02.01.03.03. The Quit India Movement (1942)
3.02.01.04. Subhash Chandra Bose and Indian National Army
3.02.01.05. National Movement in Assam.
3.03. Socialist Alternatives: Congress Socialists, Communalists:
3.03.01. Congress:
3.03.02. Congress Socialist Party:
3.03.03. Socialists Party:
3.03.04. Communists:
3.03.05. The Communist Party of India (Marxist)-CPM

UNIT-IV- Social Movements
4.01. Social Movement
4.01.01. Types of Social Movement
4.01.01.01. Types of Movement on the Basis of Scope:
4.01.01.02. Types of movement on the Basis of Change:
4.01.01.03. Types of movement on the basis of target groups:4.01.01.04. Types of movement on the basis of methods or strategies-
4.01.01.05. Types of movement on the basis of time
4.01.01.05. Types of movements on the basis of range:
4.02. The Women’s Question: Participation in the National movement and its impact
4.02.01. Women in Indian Freedom Struggle: Pre-Gandhian and Gandhian Phase:
4.02.01.01. Women in Non-Cooperation Movement
4.02.01.02. Women in Civil Disobedience Movement
4.02.01.03. Women in Quit India Movement
4.02.02. Women in different places in the country:
4.02.03. Women in Freedom Movement
4.03. The Caste Question: Anti- Brahminical Politics
4.04. Peasant, Tribal and Women Movements.
4.04.01. Peasant Movement
4.04.01.01. Peasant Movement in the Colonial India.
4.04.01.02. Some Important Peasants Movements in India.
4.04.02. Tribal Movement:
4.04.02.01. Characteristics of Tribal Movement:
4.04.02.02. Some Important Tribal Movements in India-
4.04.03. Workers Movement:
4.04.03.01. Working Class Movement in the Pre- Independence Period-
4.04.03.02. Working Class Movement in Post- Independence Period-

UNIT-V- Partition and Independence:
a) Communalism in Indian Politics :
b) Two Nation’s Theory, Negotiations over Partition.
5.01. Communalism in Indian Politics
5.01.01. Causes for Communalism in India:
5.02. Two Nation Theory
5.03. Last attempts by the British to Pacify the Indians: Simon Commission
5.03.01. Mountbatten Plan (3rd June, 1947) (Creation of Pakistan) and India’s Partition
5.03.02. Process of Partition
5.03.02. Consequences of Partition
5.04. Negotiations over Partition

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