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    Download Annamalai University B.A. History Third Year History of Europe from A.D. 1789 to 1945 Exam Previous Years Question Papers

    Annamalai University is an university offering education from the state of Tamil Nadu and the university began to offer distance education courses in the year 1979, which is offering more than 400 courses in different disciplines.

    Annamalai University DDE B.A. History:

    The duration of B. A History course offered by the Directorate of Distance Education of Annamalai University is three years and this course is offered by the university both under English and Tamil Medium.

    Admission eligibility:

    For getting into the Bachelor of Arts in History course offered by the Annamalai University, candidates must have completed their higher secondary from a recognized board of education and the university also offers lateral entry admission to candidates, who have completed their first year of Bachelor of Arts in History course from any other university on the ground that they must have secured at least 75% of marks in the first year of the course from other university.

    About History of Europe from A.D. 1789 to 1945 paper in B.A. History:

    This paper is offered in the third and final year of the B.A History course of Annamalai University. This paper is called Paper-VIII and this paper is common for lateral entry and normal entry candidates.

    Question paper pattern for History of Europe from A.D. 1789 to 1945 Exam:

    The total marks awarded for this paper is 100 and the paper should be completed by the candidates within three hours. There will be 10 questions in total and any five are to be answered by the candidates with each question carrying equal marks.

    Previous Years Question Papers:

    Previous years question papers of History of Europe from A.D. 1789 to 1945 paper are given in the attachment for the reference of candidates.


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