Aftab Abbasi on March 16, Students are the most energetic and enthusiastic segment of a society. These young, lively, active, dynamic and vigorous men and women have high ambition and goals, and are also blessed with the energy to fulfil their dreams. Almost all the great revolutions of the modern world have the youth or student factor in common.
Pakistan role of student in national development? Students, called the new generation of a nation, play a key role in the progress of their country. We the student are the future representatives of our homeland Pakistan.
We h…ave to make our beloved homeland a strong nation so that no one even dream of harming her. We have to built Pakistanthen we can make progress in every profession and field of life by leaps and bounds. This Pakistan was the dream off our leader Alama Iqbal.
The Quaid loved the student of this nation and now we have to fulfill the dream of our leader. We got this homeland after great sacrifices made by our fore father.
In order to make Pakistan a strong Muslim nation, we have to take a number of steps- firstly we the students have to work hard to achieve our objectives. Then the most important thing is our unity which is power. For the betterment of our beloved Pakistan, let us all play proper role firstly as student and secondly as future leaders of Pakistan.
What was the role of Muslim League in the National Movement and its impact on the future course of Pakistan and India? The Muslim League was founded in to safeguard the rights of Indian Muslims. At first the league was encouraged by the British and was generally favourable to their rule, …but the organization adopted self-government for India as its goal in For several decades the league and its leaders, notably Mohammed Ali Jinnahcalled for Hindu-Muslim unity in a united and independent India.
It was not until that the league called for the formation of a Muslim state that would be separate from the projected independent nation of India. The league wanted a separate nation for India's Muslims because it feared that an independent India would be dominated by Hindus.
Jinnah and the Muslim League led the struggle for the partition of British India into separate Hindu and Muslim states, and after the formation of Pakistan in the league became Pakistan's dominant political party.
In that year it was renamed the All Pakistan Muslim League. But the league functioned less effectively as a modern political party in Pakistan than it had as a mass-based pressure group in British India, and hence it gradually declined in popularity and cohesion.
In the elections of the Muslim League lost power in East Pakistan now Bangladeshand the party lost power in West Pakistan now Pakistan soon afterward.
By the late s the party had split into various factions, and by the s it had disappeared altogether.Role of Christians in the making of Pakistan: When Pakistan achieved independence in , the organization and activities of the Christian community changed drastically.
Students' Role in the Pakistan Movement Muḵṯār Zaman, Abdus Salam Khurshid, M. A. Mehkari Quaid-i-Azam Academy, - Pakistan movement - pages. Muslim students of Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, North West Frontier Province (NWFP), Bengal, Assam, Bombay, Bihar, Central Provinces (CP), Delhi, Madras, Orissa, United Province (UP) and Banglore had their own Muslim Student Federations (MSF) who worked day in and day out for the struggle of Pakistan Movement.
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