Did you know almost all questions in UPSC Sociology 2018 (Paper 2) were influenced by Current Affairs? Click here for detailed analysis. Continue reading “Current Affairs Step-Up Series for UPSC Sociology”
Data from Ministry of Women and Child Development suggest that out of 11649 adoption in India 6962 are girl child. A country which has stitched son meta preference as biological child, it seems strange superficially to find daughters are in demand for adoption. Continue reading “Towards a sociology of adoption”
Elections in India are like wars where you can’t afford to loose even a single battle. In American politics while there are obvious connections between economics and politics, In India the connections are more lopsided towards social factors.
For a long time Television remained the product for entertainment consumption, as least for our generation. Today this television is reorienting itself with avatars of Netflix and internet Web-vision. Continue reading “Netflixed Entertainment and its social reflections”
The 103rd Constitutional Amendment passed in Loksabha and Rajyasabha. It literally took a mere debate of 72 hours as a new policy got stamped in cabinet committee and went ahead to successfully garner crucial special majority in houses of Parliament.
George Orwell well iterated in his work 1984 “who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past“. Continue reading “Surveillance governance: Sociological reflections”
Regular Sociological analysis of current events is IMPORTANT – here is why!
Continue reading “High role of current affairs in UPSC Mains (Sociology), 2018”
Whether your UPSC Sociology syllabus is complete or not, you can always read this article! Continue reading “[For beginners] How to smartly use current affairs in UPSC Sociology?”
Those appearing in Mains 2018, please check this article after GS papers are over.
Why use current affairs in UPSC Sociology answers?
How to use these notes?
Academics apart, Sociology, and specifically UPSC syllabus of Sociology, will help you improve as an individual.
It has made me more democratic as an individual. Continue reading “[For beginners] How to start UPSC Sociology preparation?”
I have been a student of Mohapatra Sir’s class for UPSC Sociology. Before joining the classroom program I, being new to Sociology, had several doubts about which coaching to join. Continue reading “Mohapatra Sir’s class for UPSC Sociology: First hand experience by Richa Tejasvi”
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