Mangalore University BA in History-FYBA 2nd Sem India In The Early Medieval Period (AD 300 To 1300) Exam – Download Previous Year’s Question Papers
History papers are important in the way they focus on the past and help us to be aware of how our society has been formed and developed over the different ages. It is necessary to know some of these ages in details for keeping a track of the following age and their consequent developments chronologically. In its totality a thorough knowledge about these ages helps to understand the nature and evolution of a particular nation. Some of the topics covered under this course of The Early Medieval Period are Achievements of Samudra Gupta as revealed through the inscriptions on pillars in Allahabad, services of Harshvardhana, spread of Buddhism learning and literature, features of Indian feudalism and the ways in which it differs from its European counterpart, contribution of Guptas to the field of science, an account of India as given by Hiuen Tsang, political achievements of Mahendraverman I and Narasimhavarman I,etc. Long questions for 18 marks are to be written in 3-4 pages while short questions of 6 marks are to be written in 15-20 sentences. There are 3 marks questions as well which are to be written in 3-4 sentences. Below are attached some of the previous year’s question papers for your help.