Handmade NOTES of UPSC Sociology toppers

How to use these notes?

  • These notes should NOT be the primary source of covering syllabus. Creators of these notes prepared them to suit their needs – they did not intend to make it a general source of reading. You must keep this in mind while reading these notes.
  • Having said that, these notes are still VERY IMPORTANT. They would help you reduce the effort required in gathering information for less-common topics. For instance, if you find it difficult to find out criticism of SOCIAL MOBILITY, you may refer to Page 127 of Kshitij Tyagi’s notes (link given below).
  • Similarly, if you wish to incorporate thinkers in questions related to GREEN REVOLUTION, you may refer to Page 26 of  Akshat Kaushal’s notes (link given below).
  • Write down points from these notes in your own notebook. They are best used as fillers for these topics. Judicious use of these notes can be a huge time saver.

Akshat Kaushal | IAS Rank 55, 2017 | Optional: Sociology

Paper 1 notes: Click here

Paper 2 notes: Click here

 

Tusharanshu Sharma | IAS Rank 75, 2014 | Optional: Sociology

Paper 1 notes: Click here

Paper 2 notes: Click here

 

Kshitij Tyagi | IAS Rank 148, 2011 | Optional: Sociology

Paper 1 notes: Click here


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3 thoughts on “Handmade NOTES of UPSC Sociology toppers

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  1. could u please come up with a more concrete plan like the one for paper 1. for paper 2 standard books and chapters to be referred are missing. only source is the toppers notes.
    mention of the standard books and how to refer them for paper 2 would make us more confident

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