I= HISTORY OF KARACHI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EDUCATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT (1839-1900)
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Title of Thesis
HISTORY OF KARACHI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EDUCATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT (1839-1900)

Author(s)
Azimusshan Haider
Institute/University/Department Details
University of Karachi/ Department of General History
Session
1971
Subject
General History
Number of Pages
305
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
karachi, commercial development, talpur, british period, british occupation, occupation of karachi, napier period, erskine’s period, sindhi language, sind madras at-ul-islam, sind arts college, mirs, mercantile community, port development

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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1-24
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  1.1 The Antiquity Of Karachi 4
  1.2 Early History 4
  1.3 Talpur Administration 7
  1.4 Urban Features Of Karachi Under The Talpurs 10
  1.5 Expansion Of Karachi In The British Period 12
  1.6 Notes 16
3 2 British Occupation Of Karachi 25-47
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  2.1 British Political Interest In Sind 25
  2.2 Introduction Of British Influence Into Sind 27
  2.3 Circumstances Leading To British Occupation Of Karachi 29
  2.4 Occupation Of Karachi 32
  2.5 Conquest Of Sind 35
  2.6 Notes 40
4 3 Karachi Under British Administration 48-72
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  3.1 Napier’s Period (1843-1847) 48
  3.2 Karachi Under Bombay Presidency 49
  3.3 Salient Features Of British Administration Under Napier And Pringle (1843-1850 50
  3.3b Events In Fere’s Time (1851-1859) 54
  3.4 Inverarity Mansfield And Havelock (1859-1879) 59
  3.5 Erskine’s Period (1879-1887) 60
  3.6 The Period From 1887 To 1900 64
  3.7 Notes 65
5 4 Education Under The Talpurs And Educational Developments In The British Period 73-114
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  4.1 Elementary Education 73
  4.2 Sindhi Language 75
  4.3 Higher Education 77
  4.4 Education In Karachi 78
  4.5 British Educational Policy 79
  4.6 Decline Of Traditional Education In Sind 81
  4.7 Earliest English Schools In Karachi 82
  4.8 Sindhi As Official Language 83
  4.9 The First Vernacular Medium English School 87
  4.10 European And Indo-European School 89
  4.11 Agency For Administering Educational Matters 90
  4.12 Educational Institutions Established In Karachi After 1854 92
  4.13 Hindu Sindhi School Unsuccessful Attempt To Promote Devanagri Sindhi 98
  4.14 Eolyglot Character Of Educational Institutions 100
  4.15 Notes 101
6 5 Education Among The Muslims 115-131
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  5.1 Muslim Backwardness In Education 115
  5.2 Muslim Share In Public Offices 116
  5.3 Movement For Muslim Renaissance 119
  5.4 The Opening Of Sind Madras At-Ul-Islam 120
  5.5 Curriculum 121
  5.6 Building 121
  5.7 Composition Of Students 122
  5.8 Teachers 124
  5.9 Management 124
  5.10 Distinguished Students 125
  5.11 Records About The Quid-E-Azam 126
  5.12 Role Of The Madrasa 127
  5.13 Notes 128
7 6 Higher Education 132-148
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  6.1 Sind ’s Backwardness In Higher Education 132
  6.2 The Opening Of Sind Arts College 135
  6.3 Teaching Staff 135
  6.4 Composition Of Students 136
  6.5 Scope Of Study 138
  6.6 Early Students 139
  6.7 Management 140
  6.8 The Renaming Of The College 142
  6.9 Distinguished Students 143
  6.10 Notes 145
8 7 Libraries Periodicals Societies And A Museum 149-162
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  7.1 A Museum 149
  7.2 Libaraies 152
  7.3 Periodicals 153
  7.4 Societies 156
  7.5 Notes 158
9 8 Trade And Commerce Under The Talpur Mirs 1839-1843 163-193
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  8.1 Port Of Karachi 163
  8.2 Trade Routes 165
  8.3 Currency 167
  8.4 Karachi ’s Commerce In And About 1839 169
  8.5 Port Of An Extensive Hinterland 177
  8.6 Local Industries Of Karachi 179
  8.7 Prices Of Certain Articles 181
  8.8 Mercantile Community 182
  8.9 Notes 185
10 9 Commercial Development In The Early British Period 194-223
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  9.1 British Policy 194
  9.2 Application Of British Policy In Sind Napier’s Measures To Promote Commerce 196
  9.3 Commercial Development During 1850-1860 201
  9.4 Steam Communication 202
  9.5 Railways 203
  9.6 Postal System 205
  9.7 Commercial Fairs 206
  9.8 Port Development 207
  9.9 Expansion Of Trade 208
  9.10 Karachi As Port Of A Vast Hinterland 210
  9.11 Local Traders And Foreign Frims 211
  9.12 Karachi Chamber Of Commerce 212
  9.13 Local Trades 213
  9.14 Prices Of Certain Commodities 214
  9.15 Notes 215
11 10 Commercial Development During 1861-1900 224-263
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  10.1 (A )The Phase 1861-1871 224
  10.2 American Civil War 224
  10.3 The Opening Of Suez Canal 226
  10.4 The Opening Of Banks 227
  10.5 Communication 227
  10.6 Agricultural Development 229
  10.7 Port Development 230
  10.8 Telegraph Link 230
  10.9 Industrial Exhibition 231
  10.10 Pattern Of Trade 232
  10.11 The Phase 1871-1900 237
  10.12 Port Development 237
  10.13 Communication Facilities 239
  10.14 Expansion Of Trade 242
  10.15 Pattern Of Trade 244
  10.16 Karachi As The Port Of The Punjab 246
  10.17 Mercantile Interest 250
  10.18 Markets Price Structure And Local Trades 251
  10.19 Notes 255
12 11 Bibliography 264
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  11.1 Appendix 287
  11.2 Maps And Illustrations 292-305