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Grade XI NEB Syllabus - History
History Syllabus comprises a brief survey of Nepal’s history beginning from the Ancient to the Modern period (up to 1990), it begins with the sources of Nepali history and includes the early settlers of Nepal: the Gopalas, Mahisapalasand Kiratas of the Kathmandu Valley, the Sakyas of Kapilavastu, and the Videhas of Janakpur.

 

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      Grade XI NEB Syllabus – History Syllabus

 

 

 

History
Grade XI
Full Marks:100

 

Teaching hours: 150
 
   
Outline History of Nepal
 
I.        Introduction
 
History Syllabus comprises a brief survey of Nepal’s history beginning from the Ancient to the Modern period (up to 1990), it begins with the sources of Nepali history and includes the early settlers of Nepal: the Gopalas, Mahisapalas, and Kiratas of the Kathmandu Valley, the Sakyas of Kapilavastu, and the Videhas of Janakpur. Achievements of the major rulers of the Ancient and Medieval periods have been discussedIn the modem period the unification of Nepal followed by Nepal s war with East-India Company and her relations with Tibet  and China have been emphasized. Along with this, the 104 years of the Rana rule featuring the attempts made by the Rana rulers to modernize Nepal and the responses of Nepali elites have been stressed.
 
A major emphasis has been laid on the issues and trends rather than on the dates of the rulers and their biographical sketches. Thus greater emphasis has been given to civilization and people. A section on social work and community development has also been added to show the students a link between society and the political apparatus of the state.
 
II.     General Objectives
The general objectives of the History Syllabus course are to make the students understand and help them analyze the major building blocks in Nepali history and civilization.  
 
III. Specific Objectives
The Specific objectives of the History Syllabus course are :
1.                  to familiarise the students with the political issues and events in Nepali history from the beginning to the downfall of the Ran a regime:
2.                  to enable them to analyze the principal elements of Nepali  civilization in ancient, medieval and modern periods and the democratic movements of 1951, 1990 and afterward.

3.                  to acquaint the students with the notions of social work and community development in the past and the present: and
4.                  to familiarize the students with elementary tools of the social survey.
 
IV.  Course Scheme:
Units
Chapters
Teaching Hours
1.  
Ancient and Medieval Nepal
40
2.  
Unification of Nepal and after
30
3.  
Nepal Under the Rana regime
35
4.  
Democratic Movement in Nepal- (1951-1990A.D.)
20
5.  
Social Organizations and Social Survey Methods
20
 
Total
150
 
V.     Course Contents
 
Unit 1: Ancient and Medieval Nepal                                                40 Teaching Hrs
 
  Introduction
     Sources of Nepali history                                                      1 hrs
     Origin of the name “Nepal”                                                   1hrs The Gopalas and the Mahisapalas                                                1hrs
     The Kiratas and the Sakyas of Kapilavastu              1hrs
     The Videhas of Janakpur                                                       1hrs
 
  The Lichchhavi Period
 
     Contributions of Raja Manadev                                            2 hrs
     Contt·ibuticms of Raja Amsuvarma                                      2 hrs Contributions of Raja Narendradev.                                      2 hrs Contributions of Lichchhavi Civilization
     Lichchhavi Administration                                                    1 hrs Lichchhavi Society                                                                1 hrs
     Lichchhavi Economy and Religion.                                      1 hrs
 
  Medieval Period
     An Introduction to Nepal Mandala                                                   2 hrs
     Foundation and development of the state Simaraungarh                  2 hrs
     The Khasa empire of Sinja, jumla                                                     2 hrs
     A brief survey of the Baisi principalities of Karnali Basin               3 hrs
     A brief survey of the Chaubisi Principalities of Gandaki Basin                                
                                                                                                                              3 hrs
     Contributions of Raja Jayasthiti Malla                                              2 hrs Sen kingdoms of the eastern Nepal                                                 2 hrs Conquest and achievements of Raja Yaksya Malla              2 hrs
     Raja Bhupatindra Malla and the city of Bhaktapur              2 hrs     
     Raja Pratap Malla and his contributions in arts, architecture, and literature            
                                                                                                                             2 hrs
     Raja Siddhinarsingh Malla and the foundation of Lalitpur            1 hrs
     The place of religion in the medieval period                                    1 hrs
 
Unit 2: Unification of Nepal and after                                              30 Teaching hrs
 
  Unification phase of Nepal
 
     Role of King Prithivi Narayan Shah in the unification of Nepal              4 hrs         
                                                                                                                         
     Pratap Singh Shah and Nepal                                                                1 hrs Regency period of Rajendra Laxmi                                                 1 hrs Regency period of Bahadur Shah                                                     4 hrs Unification of Nepal upto 1816AD,                                                   3 hrs Foreign relations (India and China)                                             4 hrs
     Causes and effects of Nepal and East India Company war 
1814 -1816AD,                                                                                       4 hrs
     Causes and effects of Nepal-Tibet-China war 1788-92A,D,                  3 hrs
     Reforms of Bhimsen Thapa                                                       3 hrs
     Political instability (183 7-1846A.D,)                                                    3 hrs
 
Unit 3: Nepal Under the Rana regime                                                 35 Teaching hrs
 
  Rise and the downfall of the Ranas
 
     Foundation of Rana regime                                                                     3 hrs
     Social reforms during the Rana regime                                                    3 hrs
     Economic reforms during the Rana regime                                3 hrs
     Educational reforms during the Rana regime                                          3 hrs
 
  Internal politics
     Assassination of Ranoddip Singh                                                               2 hrs Expulsion of Khadga Shamsher                                                                2 hrs Expulsion of Dev Shamsher                                                               2 hrs Expulsion of “C class” Ranas                                                            3 hrs
     Abdication of Judda Shamsher                                                                   3 hrs
 
  Democratic Movement
 
     Prachanda Gorkha’s case                1 hrs Activities of Nepal Praja Parishad               3 hrs
     Activities of Nepali Congress                                                                      3 hrs
     Revolution of2007 RS. and end of the Rana regime                                    4 hrs
 
Unit 4: Democratic Movement in Nepal- (1951-1990 A.D.)                    20 teaching hrs
 
  Experiments with the democratic rule in Nepal
 

 

     Political experiments from 195lto 1958 A.D.                                        5 hrs Parliamentary rule in Nepal ( 1959-1960 A.D.)                                    3 hrs
     Panchayat system ( 1961-1990 A.D.)                                                     7 hrs
     People’s movement and restoration of democracy in Nepal 
                  (1990 and after)                                                                                       5 hrs            
                                                                                      
 
Unit 5: Social Organizations and Social Survey Methods                    20 Teaching hours
                                                                                                            
  A study of traditional and modem social institutions:
 
     Traditional institutions (social services):                                            5 hrs Guthi system Paropakar Samstha and Charkha Pracharak guthi and others  
     Modem institutions (social services): Maiti Nepal,

                  Lion’s Club and Rotary Club                                                                  5 hrs 
 
  Introduction to the elementary methods of social survey
 
(a)  General introduction to basic methods of generating data through secondary sources such as
books, journals/periodicals, newspapers.                                                               5 hrs
 
(b)  General introduction to basic methods of generating data using original and primary sources such as                                                                                                                5 hrs i) Questionnaire- designing, main types (open end and closed end), ii) Interviews iii) Field observation
 
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VII.  Evaluation Scheme
 
The evaluation scheme for Grades XI and  XII will be as follows:
I. Long answer type questions 5 ( 4 to be attempted) ……    15×4 = 60 marks
Short answer type questions    7 (5 to be attempted)……       8×5 = 40 marks
 
 
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