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Enclosure to Item No. 4.31 A.C.25/05/2011UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAISyllabus for the F.Y.B.A.Program : B.A. Course : History (PaperI) (History of Modern Maharashtra 18481960 AD)
(CreditBasedSemesterandGradingSystemwitheffectfromtheacademicyear20112012)
1.SyllabusasperCreditBasedSemesterandGradingSystem.i. Name of the Programme  B.A. ii.CourseCode ‐ iii. Course Title  History (PaperI)
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(History of Modern Maharashtra 18481960 AD)
Semester wise Course Contents  As per Syllabus
Referencesandadditionalreferences ‐Submittedalready
Credit structure  3 SemesterI &  3 SemesterII
No. of lectures per Unit  11,11,11 & 12 = 45
No. of lectures per week / semester  45 lectures per semester
SchemeofExamination ‐4questionsof15markseachinternal&semesterend.
Specialnotes,ifany ‐AsperUniversityNorms
Eligibility,ifany
AsperUniversityNorms
FreeStructure ‐AsperUniversityNorms
SpecialOrdinances/Resolutions,ifany ‐
History of Modern Maharashtra (18481960)
Semester End Examination 60 marks and Internal assessment 40 marks =100 marks per semester
 The Course should be completed / Covered/Taught in 45 (fortyfive) Lectures (45) learning hours for Students) per Semester. In addition to this the student required to spend same number of hours (45) on self study in Library and / or institution or at home, on case study, writing journal, assignment, project etc to complete the course. The total credit value of this course is (03) three credits 45 teaching hours plus 45 hours self study of the student).
Objectives of the Syllabus:
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II
Only broad survey of the subject is expected.
To acquaint the student with the basic understanding of how the city of Mumbai has grown to the present position and how the state has reached to the present day Statehood.
I – Semester
ModuleI...MaharashtraontheEveof184812a)HistoricalBackgroundofMaharashtrab)HistoricalBackgroundofMumbaiModuleII...EmergenceandgrowthofMumbaiasaPortCity11CottonandOpiumTradeModesofTransportationModuleIII…TrendsinReformMovements11PrarthanaSamajandSatyashodhakSamajIndianSocialConferenceandEffortsTowardsEmancipationofWomenModuleIV…OriginandGrowthofNationalMovementinMaharashtra11FoundationofIndianNationalCongressanditsgrowthtill1919MilitantNationalismandGandhiEra
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II–SemesterModuleV…MumbaitheFinancialCapital12a)TextileMills,StockMarketandBankingb)LabourMovementsModuleVI…RiseofNewForces11Dr.B.R.AmbedkarandDalitMovementTribalUprisingsandPeasantsMovementsModuleVII…IntegrationandReorganization11HydrabadMuktiSangramSanyuktaMaharashtraMovementModuleVIII…EducationandCulture11ProgressinEducationandPressDevelopmentinTheatreandCinema,ArchitecturaldevelopmentinMumbaiBOOKS FOR STUDY
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AmbedkarB.R.StateandMinorities. Thakkar&Thakkar,Mumbai1942,RefertoGovt.ofMaha.Publication.Chaudhari,K.KMaharashtraandtheIndianGovernmentofMaharashtra,FreedomStruggle.Bombay1985ChaudhariK.K.QuitIndianRevolution:PopularPrakashan,EthosofitsCentralDirections.Mumbai1996Chaudhari,K.KHistoryofBombay:ModernGovernmentofMaharashtra,PeriodBombay1987Cashman,TheMythoftheLokmanya:UniversityofCaliforniaRichardTilakandMassPoliticsinPress,Berkeley1975MaharashtraGailOmvedtCulturalRevoltinaColonialSocietyTheNonBrahmanMovementinWesternIndia.Johnson,ProvincialPoliticsandIndianC.U.P.Cambridge1973 Gordon,Nationalism.KhadeV.K.BritishRuleandDr.B.R.KaushalyaPrakashanAmbedkar:TheMovementAurangabad2011fortheUpliftmentoftheDowntrodden.
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Kumar,WesternIndiaintheNineteenthRutledgeandKeganPoul,RavinderCentury.London1968LederlePhilosophicalTrendsinModernPopularPrakashanMathewMaharashtra.Bombay1976MasaniR.P.DadabhiNaoroji. 1939 ModyHomiSirPhirozeshahMehta:1963 APoliticalBiography.PrannthMagoAPerspectiveofContemporaryArtinIndia.PhadkeY.D.SocialReformersofMaharashtra.MaharashtraInformationCentre,NewDelhi1975SuntankarR.NineteenthCenturyHistoryofPopularPrakashanBombayMaharashtra,18181857.1988BalsaraJ.F.BombayACityintheMaking.NationalInformationandPublicationsLtd.,Bombay1948DaCunhaJ.G.OriginofBombay. RoyalAsiaticSociety,Bombay1990DavidM.D.BombaytheCityofDreamsHimalayaPublishingHouse,(AHistoryoftheFirstcityinIndia)Bombay1995DavidM.D.UrbanExplosionofBombay:HimalayaPublishingHouse,RestructuringtheGrowth.Bombay1996Bombay,StoryoftheIslandCity.AllIndiaOrientalEdwardesConference,S.M.&Bombay1949DigheV.G.RiseandGrowthofCapitalistClass.CommonwealthMishraV.S.NewDelhi2011
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BOOKS FOR REFERENCE
UrbsPrimusinIndis,Bombay18401865.
HistoryofBombaySuburbanRailways(18531985).OriginofIndustrialCapitalisminIndia,BusinessStrategiesandWorkingClassesinBombay190040.HistoryofBombay16611708,UniversityofBombay.UrbanLeadershipinWesternIndia:PoliticsandCommunitiesinBombayCity18401885,OUP.ImperialDesignsandIndianRealities:ThePlanningofBombayCity18451875,OxfordUniversityPress.Bombay:TheCitiesWithin,IndiaBookHousePvt.Ltd.
Bombay:SocialChange18131857.
Promila&Co.Publishers,NewDelhi1985Ajmer1985
Cambridge
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Bombay ‐1991
Bombay1995
PopularBookDepot,Bombay1993
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16.SharpeW.R.S.(comp.)17.ThampiMadhavi,SaksenaShalini18.GyanPrakashGazetteers
BombayinTransition,TheGrowthandStockholm1986 EcologyofaColonialCity18801980,AlmquistandWiksellInternational.B.H.,BombayintheMaking, T.FisherLondon1990 Unwin.TheCottonMillsofIndia,Mumbai1954 TheTextileAssociation.TheEmergenceofIndianLabourinIndia:ABombay1965 StudyofBombayCottonMills,18541947,OxfordUniversityPress.BombayMosaicofModernCulture,OUP.Bombay1995
Bombay,MetaphorforModernIndia,OUP.EnglishTranslationbyRajadhyaksha,TheB.E.S.T.Story,TheBrihanMumbaiElectricSupplyandTransportUndertaking.B.E.S.T.BhavanB.E.S.T.Marg,Mumbai.Bombay,TheGatewayofIndia,BombayPortTrust.ChinaandTheMakingofBombay.
MumbaiFables,HamperCalling.
Bombay1996
nd 2Edition,1987
Bombay1997
K.R.CamaOrientalInstitute2009
NewDelhi2050
*The Gazetteers are available online in the official website of the Government of Maharashtra. The links are given below.
Edwardes S.M. Gazetteer of Mumbai City and IslandVols. IIII, The Times Press, Mumbai, 19901910.
Chaudhari K.K., Maharashtra State Gazetteers, History of Mumbai, Modern Period, Gazetteers Department, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai, 1987.
F.Y.B.A.
HISTORY
QUESTION PAPER PATTERN FOR F.Y.B.A. HISTORY PAPER –I
I & II  Semester
NB: Answer the following questions
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Q.1. Q.2.
Q.2. Q.3.
Q.3.
Q.4.
Q.4.
SemesterI Based on Module I OR ________________________ Based on Module II OR ______________________
Based on Module III
OR _____________________________
Based on Module IV OR __________________________________
60 Marks Time 2 hours
 (15 Marks Each)
SemesterII Module –V
OR ______________________________________________________
Module –VI
OR ______________________________________________________________________________________
Module –VII OR ______________________________________________________________________________
Module –VIII
OR ______________________________________
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