SIR CHARLES NAPIER: THE FIRST ADMINISTRATOR OF SINDH
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Keywords

Napier Mole
Agricultural School
Light House
Floating Mines

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SIR CHARLES NAPIER: THE FIRST ADMINISTRATOR OF SINDH. (2012). Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 51(1), 43-59. Retrieved from https://www.jsshuok.com/oj/index.php/jssh/article/view/229
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Abstract

Sir Charles Napier, the conqueror of Sindh was also the first governor of Sindh. He worked hard for the development of Sindh, especially for the uplift of the standard of Karachi. As a result a small fisher village was transformed into a big industrial and commercial city. This paper focuses on the works of Sir Charles Napier that were either completed or planned for the development of Sindh after the annexation inspite of the problems he faced from the British government and their political agents. A laudable volume has been written on the military achievements of Sir Charles Napier but this paper is an atte mpt to highlight the administrative reforms implemented by Sir Charles Napier which laid the foundations of the future administrative structure of Sindh.

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