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Sociology (Crash Course)

By Ankur Aggarwal

(Answer Writing Enhancement Program)

(Admission Open)
Total No. of Classes: 45            Total No. of Hours: 115+ hrs
R 27,500 + GST

WHY SOCIOLOGY OPTIONAL

  1. Sociology is the best performing optional in the changed scenario with Predictability in Question Pattern
  2. One can score 60 to 70 percent of 750 Marks (Sociology + Essay) with basic understanding of Sociology
  3. The syllabus of Sociology is relatively short only 13 units in both the papers.
  4. Relatively Short Syllabus, Predictability in Question Pattern makes it the ‘Most Suitable Subject’ for Students with Science (Engineering and Medicine) and Commerce Background.
  5. Every year there are two Essays related with Sociology syllabus. Sociology Powers you for GS & Interview.

SOCIOLOGY CLASSROOM PROGRAMME

Strategic Classroom Preparation

  1. "Facilitative Style of teaching" with "Exam Focused Approach" that will inculcate in you competency with sociological sense to deal with the unexpected questions.
  2. 200+ hours Class sessions, Discussions and Testing.
  3. Holistic Training and Weekly Test to improve Writing Skills and Personality Development.
  4. On each Sunday Compulsory Test for students.
  5. Personal Doubt Clearance and Feedback sessions
  6. Classroom Session of 2 hours each, which includes theoretical discussion and concept building.
  7. Special guidance session for "Essay & Society".

Comprehensive Study Material

  1. Concise, Well Researched and Exam ready matter on each and every topic.
  2. 1 Booklet of previous 17 years Question Papers.
  3. Extract from Journals Newspaper and Magazines relevant for syllabus.

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SOCIOLOGY LECTURE PLAN FOR CRASH COURSE

Paper I
1. Course Orientation 16. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Parson)
2. Unit-1 Sociology – The Discipline: unit (a) 17. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Parson)
3. Unit-1 Sociology – The Discipline: unit (b, c) 18. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Merton)
4. Unit-2 Sociology as a Science - Unit 2 (a & c) 19. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (G.H. Mead)
5. Unit-2 Sociology as a Science - Unit 2 (b) 20. Unit-5 Social Stratification
6. Unit-2 Sociology as a Science - Unit 2 (d & e) 21. Unit-6 Work & Economic Life
7. Unit-3 Research Method and Analysis 22. Unit-7 Politics & Society & Unit C(iv) Paper –ii
8. Unit-3 Research Method and Analysis 23. Unit-7 Politics & Society & Unit C(iv) Paper –ii
9. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Emile Durkheim) 24. Unit-8 Religion and Society & Paper –ii (Religion part)
10. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Emile Durkheim) 25. Unit-8 Religion and Society & Paper –ii (Religion part)
11. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Karl Marx) 26. Unit-9 System of Kinship & Unit B(v) Paper –ii
12. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Karl Marx) 27. Unit-9 System of Kinship & Unit B(v) Paper –ii
13. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Max Weber) 28. Unit-10 Social Change in Modern Society
14. Unit-4 Sociological Thinkers (Max Weber) 29. Unit-10 Social Change in Modern Society
15. Unit-4 Comparison between Marx, Durkhiem and Weber  
Paper II
30. A (i) – G.S.Ghurye, M.N.Srinivas 38. B(i) – Rural and Agrarian Social Structure: a + b , B (iv) – Agrarian class structure.
31. A (i) – A.R.Desai, A (ii) – a + b 39. B(i) – Rural and Agrarian Social Structure: a + b , B (iv) – Agrarian class structure.
32. A (ii) – c + d 40. Social Changes in India
33. B (ii) – Perspectives on the study of caste system: G.S.Ghurye, M.N.Srinivas 41. Social Changes in India
34. B (ii) – Perspectives on the study of caste system: Louis Dumont, Andre Beteille 42. Sociology of LPG
35. B (ii) – Features of caste system + Untouchability 43. Population Dynamics
36. B (iii) – Tribal Communities in India 44. Social Movement in Modern India
37. B (iv) – Social Classes in India 45. Industrialisation and Urbanization in India.
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