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Catherine Saranya (IAS, 2020) – Sociology Strategy
This strategy is different. Because she shared it before her final selection.Continue reading “272 Marks in UPSC Sociology: The Trajectory & Answer Copy | Catherine Saranya | Sociology Topper”
Includes current affairs compilation for
Sociology (24 months) | GS Society | Ethics
The program will now be updated till Mains, 2021.
Let’s look at this UPSC Sociology 2019 question. This question is driven by a contemporary event.
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Sociological thinkers form the core of UPSC Sociology preparation. Continue reading “Ritzer: Important chapters for UPSC Sociology”
INFORMAL SECTOR is a sub-topic in UPSC Sociology Paper 2. Budget 2019 proposes a mega pension yojana namely ‘Pradhan Mantri Shram–Yogi Maandhan’ for the unorganised (informal) sector workers.
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.
UPSC Sociology is a dynamic subject.
Therefore, merely reading textbooks is not sufficient. For value addition purpose it is imperative to make a repository of such articles for all possible topics mentioned in UPSC Sociology syllabus. Continue reading “Unable to access EPW article? Check this”
All theories of a typical social movement – Relative Deprivation theory, theory of Collective Action, Resource Mobilisation theory and Structural Strain theory can be applied to #MeToo movement.
Sociology is among the best optional subjects in UPSC in terms of availability of quality material, guidance, success rate, ease of transition from non-Sociology background etc. Continue reading “Help us reduce financial burden of UPSC Sociology preparation!”
Those appearing in Mains 2018, please check this article after GS papers are over.
Why use current affairs in UPSC Sociology answers?
There is a common confusion among many UPSC Sociology aspirants.
“I am preparing for UPSC Sociology. I went through the NCERTs, however,
I did not find it very useful.”
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”
Syllabus of UPSC Sociology may be short compared to its counterparts, however, this subject is among the most dynamic optional subjects. You need to keep updating your notes based on current events. That’s where the need for Ring binder files arises. Continue reading “Ring binder files and UPSC Sociology preparation [Freshers]”
For that extra mark in every answer
This post is a compilation of articles by Sociologists themselves. The articles are directly related to topics mentioned in UPSC syllabus. Smart reading of these first hand articles would help in opinion formation and analysis of questions asked in UPSC Mains, which is the trend now.
How to read these articles for maximum impact in UPSC Sociology-
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Your heart was thudding against your rib cage as you were typing your roll number in THE PDF. And then…
Whether you are a fresher or not, the right time is NOW
i.e. just after UPSC Mains.
Couple sell new born baby girl to settle hospital bill
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If you are not going through previous year questions of Sociology, you may be working hard, however, not smartly. Continue reading “[Books] UPSC Sociology & GS : Previous years’ questions”