Usman Hameed Pakistan Studies Notes

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Hey can anybody tell me what is included in this question
The Indian act of 1784 was the most important reason why the british were able to expand there control in subcontinent between 1784 to 1850.?
 
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Hey can anybody tell me what is included in this question
The Indian act of 1784 was the most important reason why the british were able to expand there control in subcontinent between 1784 to 1850.?
Sure.
1st paragraph: Pitt’s India Act; it changed status of the EIC from a trading concern/company to a sovereign body: more powers of the GG,eg, Warren Hastings
2nd paragraph: Subsidiary alliances by Lord Wellesley: Hyderabad, Oudh and Marathan territory (1800-1802) went under British control;defeat of Tipu by bribing Mir Sadiq & by damaging his image as “ monster of Mysore”: more control over southern India
3rd: Due to military superiority ( by Industrial Revolution) and non-military tactics annexed Sindh and Punjab
May also mention British reforms/development projects
4th: Indian weaknesses ,eg, disunity, weak later Mughals further helped them
Judgement:
Pitt’s Act most important as it reflected the long term planning and political wisdom of the British who would be capturing Indian territories in an imperceptible way. The EIC felt emboldened by the Act ,and it began to exploit various Indian weaknesses.
 
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Sure.
1st paragraph: Pitt’s India Act; it changed status of the EIC from a trading concern/company to a sovereign body: more powers of the GG,eg, Warren Hastings
2nd paragraph: Subsidiary alliances by Lord Wellesley: Hyderabad, Oudh and Marathan territory (1800-1802) went under British control;defeat of Tipu by bribing Mir Sadiq & by damaging his image as “ monster of Mysore”: more control over southern India
3rd: Due to military superiority ( by Industrial Revolution) and non-military tactics annexed Sindh and Punjab
May also mention British reforms/development projects
4th: Indian weaknesses ,eg, disunity, weak later Mughals further helped them
Judgement:
Pitt’s Act most important as it reflected the long term planning and political wisdom of the British who would be capturing Indian territories in an imperceptible way. The EIC felt emboldened by the Act ,and it began to exploit various Indian weaknesses.
Thank God .I thought I messed it up in my exam thank u so much. But is it nessasaary to include all the points to get the maximum marks
 
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