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Sociology for UPSC IAS Mains Exam

Have you opted for Sociology as an optionals in IAS Mains Exam? Are you prepared?

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Course Highlights

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  • Thorough instruction in 80 hours of LIVE interactive online classes
  • Instructor holds a PhD and a subject matter expert (author of 5 books)
  • Covers both Paper 1 and Paper 2 : comprehensive course

About the Course

Language of Instruction: English, Hindi

Course Description

Only 1 out of every 10,000 applicants makes it to the prestigious IAS final list

Prepare Sociology for UPSC IAS Mains exam with this easy to understand interactive course


Many IAS exams aspirants opt for sociology as it is considered a general subject relevant to society in which we live. In this online course, however, more stress will be on the basic understanding of the sociological thinkers and conceptual clarification. This is what will help you get that extra edge in the IAS Mains exam.


  • Note: This Sociology for UPSC IAS Mains Exam course is designed to increase not only your academic talent but also your ability to coordinate and present knowledge in a clear and coherent manner.

  • The right understanding of the concepts and sociological thought helps in making the answers appear more sociological in the UPSC IAS Mains Exam. The students who use sociological concepts (with empirical or case studies) find themselves in better position to score marks in IAS mains exam while answering the simple questions on social problems such as poverty, illiteracy and drug addiction.


     


    Sociology for UPSC IAS Mains Exam online course package:

    • 40 LIVE interactive online classes (~2 hours per class)
    • Course timings in IST: 4PM to 6 PM on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

     


    Sociology for UPSC IAS Mains Exam course outline:


    Paper-I


    General Sociology + Foundations of Sociology + Fundamentals of Sociology

    • Sociology - The Discipline
    • Sociology as Science
    • Research Methods and Analysis
    • Sociological Thinkers
    • Stratification and Mobility
    • Works and Economic Life
    • Politics and Society
    • Religion and Society
    • Systems of Kinship
    • Social Change in Modern Society

     


    Paper-II


    Indian Society : Structure and Change


    A. Introducing Indian Society:


    • Perspectives on the study of Indian society
    • Impact of colonial rule on Indian society

     


    B. Social Structure:


    • Rural and Agrarian Social Structure and Tribal communities in India
    • Caste System and Social Classes in India
    • Systems of Kinship in India: and Religion and Society

     


    C. Social Changes in India:


    • Visions of Social Change in India: & Challenges of Social Transformation
    • Rural and Agrarian transformation in India and Industrialization and Urbanization in India
    • Politics and Society
    • Social Movements in Modern India
    • Population Dynamics

About the Instructor

IAS Sociology Teacher
New Delhi, India

This course would be instructed by a Phd in Sociology who has written 5 books on sociology and related disciplines. He has taught Sociology to undergraduate and post graduate students as well as students preparing for Civil Services, UGC NET and other competitive exams for more than 12 years. He lives in New Delhi, India.


 


Optional: You can also see the following recommended books on Sociology for UPSC IAS Mains exam:

  • Raymond Aron: Main Currents in Sociological Thought
  • T B Bottomore : Sociology : A guide to problems and Literature
  • Heralambos Sociology-Themes and Perspectives
  • Jonathan Turner: Structure of Sociological Theory
  • K L Sharma : Social Stratification and Mobility
  • Yogendra Singh : Modernization of Indian Traditions

 

 

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