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Course Title: Civil and Military Bureaucracy in Pakistan Course Code: EC/Pak.St-402 Year: IV Semester: VII Credit Hours: 3 (3+0) Course Description: This course seeks to acknowledge students with the basic facts regarding the Military, Civil, and Bureaucracy of Pakistan. The students will get awareness about the role of the Military, Bureaucracy in the National development of Pakistan in different civilian Governments. Aims and Objectives: • To acknowledge students about the role of military in Politics of Pakistan. • To give them knowledge about the Institutions of civil and Bureaucracy Course Outcomes: The students will be informed about the role and development of civil, Military, and Bureaucracy in the political development of Pakistan. They will learn about the interaction of these institutions with each other in different political phases of the governments of Pakistan. Methodology: 1. Lectures 2. Discussion 3. Presentation 4. Seminars Course Contents • Study of Civil and Military bureaucracy • Role of Bureaucracy in Developing Countries • Origin and growth of civil and military bureaucracy in Pakistan • Civil and military relations during military regimes  Field Marshal Ayub era (1958-1969)  General Yahya Khan (1969-1971)  General Zia ul Haq (1977-1988)  General Pervez Musharraf (1999-2008) • Conduct of bureaucracy under civilian governments  Early Parliamentary days (1947-1958)  Restoration of Democracy (1971-1977)  Governments of Benazir Bhutto & Nawaz Sharif (1989-1999)  Government of PPP and PMLN (2009-2018) • Impact of administrative reforms of 1973 on civil military bureaucracy • The civil military bureaucracy and socio economic change in Pakistan Recommended books • Ayesha Jalal, State of Material Rule, Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1999. • Ian Talbot, Pakistan: A Modern History, Vanguard Books, Pvt, Ltd.1999. • Kennedy, C. Bureaucracy in Pakistan, Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1987. • Khan, Muhammad Ayub, Friends Not Masters: A Political Biography, Oxford University Press, Karachi, 1967. • Rizvi,H.A. Military, State and Society in Pakistan, Progressive Publishers, Lahore, 2003. • Saeed, Shafqat, Civil military Relations in Pakistan, Lahore: Pak Book Corporation, 1997. • Sayeed, Khalid bin, The Formative Phase, second edition,Oxford University Press, London, 1968. • Syed, Anwar H. Issues of Bureaucratic Ethic: Two Essays, Progressive Publishers, Lahore,1974. • Siddiqa, Ayesha, Military Incorporated, Karachi, Oxford 2007 • Ziring, L. Enigma of Political Development in Pakistan. • I.H.Malik. State and Civil Society in Pakistan:Politics of Authority, Ideology and Ethnicity. UK: Macmillan, 2000. • Rizvi, Hasan Askari. Military, State and Soceity in Pakistan. UK: Macmillan, 2000. • Fieldman, Herbert. Revolution in Pakistan in Pakistan: A Study of Martial Law Administration. London: Oxford University Press, 1967. • Ziring, Lawrence. The Ayub Era:Politics in Pakistan 1958-1969. US: Syracuse University Press,, 1971. • Ali, Tariq. Uprising in Pakistan. How to bring down a Dictatorship . London: Verso, 2018. • Dutt, Sanjay. Inside Pakistan 52 years Outlook. New Delhi: A.P.H Publishing Corporation , 2000. • Feldman, Herbert. From Crisis to Crisis Pakistan 1962-1969. Lahore: Oxford University Press, 1972. • —. The End and the Beginning . Lahore : 2001, 2001. • Jalal, Ayesha. The State of Martial Rule, the Origins of Pakistan's Political Economy of Defence . Lahore: Vangaurd, 1991. • Javed Burki & Craig Baxter. Pakistan under the Military . Lahore: Pakistan Book Corporation , 1991. • Khan, Lt.-Gen.Jahan Dad. Pakistan Leadership Challenges. Karachi : Oxford University Press, 2001. • P.Farwell, James. The Pakistan Cauldron , Conspiracy, Assisination and Instability . Pentagon Press, 2011. • Pirzada, Din Ali. General Raheel Sharif , Solider and Statesman . Karachi : Royal Book Company , 2016. • Rajeshree Jetly ed. Pakistan in Regional and Global Politics . UK: Routledge , 2009. • Rizvi, Hasan Askari. The Military and Politics in Pakistan 1947-1986. Lahore: Progressive Publishers , 1986. • Salma Malik ed. Pakistan's Security Problems and Challenges in the next Decade. Islamabad : NUST, 2015. • Sppeches and Statements : Field Marshal M. Ayub Khan (Volume I,II,II,IV,V,VI,VII). 1959-1960. • Syed Nur Ahmad & Craig Baxter ed. From Martial Law to Martial Law, Politics of Punjab 1919-1958. Lahore: Vanguard, 2018. • Tariq Jan. Issues in Pakistani Politics . Institute of Policy Studies: Islamabad, n.d.

Course Synopsis

The course is based on a study of three main institutions of the state of Pakistan. The objectives of the syllabus are to provide a detailed observation and awareness about the civil, Military, and Bureaucracy in Pakistan and these institutions' functions and powers and interaction with each other.

Course Learning Outcomes

The course contents would be enabled students to understand these three institutions and their significance on each other.

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Book Title : • Rizvi, Hasan Askari. Military, State and Soceity in Pakistan. UK: Macmillan, 2000.
Author : Rizvi, Hasan Askari
Edition : 1st Edition
Publisher : Palgrave MacMillan
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Book Title : Politics and The State of Pakistan
Author : Mohammad Waseem
Edition : Ist
Publisher : Progressive Publishers

Book Title : Bureaucracy in Pakistan
Author : Maxwell Kennedy, Charles H.Kennedy
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Publisher : Oxford University Press

Title : Civil Military Relations(998-2015)
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