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ANTHRO FOUND BATCH 1

Programme Highlights

  • 3 Months course
  • Complete and comprehensive coverage of entire syllabus
  • Updated study material along with recent case studies
  • Innovative methodology and interlinking of Paper I and II
  • Learn the art of writing wonderful answers thorough daily assignments
  • Special emphasis on Paper II and Tribal India (which is rarely taught elsewhere)
  • Discussion on Previous year questions as well as expected questions
  • Test Series (6)
  • Personalized mentorship

Anthropology as Optional

Anthropology as an optional justifies all essential ingredients, which an aspirant can think of, before choosing an optional- interesting, scoring, short syllabus, interdisciplinary etc. Over the years, it has become most sought after optional among the aspirants of UPSC because of number reasons:

  1. Interesting: It is very interesting, as it revolves around ourselves (humans) and we can learn a lot of interesting things about ourselves.
  2. Short Syllabus: It is very easy, short and crisp, which can be easily covered holistically in 3 months.
  3. High Scoring: It is very scoring due to relative objectivity in syllabus and scientific nature.
  4. Static Syllabus: Its static nature, which means we hardly have to update it with too many current affairs, so it will save time here too.]
  5. Straightforward Questions: The nature of questions asked in the examination are direct, so it becomes easy for the students.
  6. Interdisciplinary: Anthropology uniquely blends sciences with social sciences and humanities, so it is equally suitable for aspirants from all backgrounds-whether they are from arts or humanities or engineering or medical.
  7. Overlap with GS: It overlaps with all papers in GS including essays and will be instrumental in the interview.

Class -1 (Syllabus Overview)

   180 Mins


Class-2 (Meaning , Scope and Development)

   180 Mins


Sub-branches of Anthropology (Class-3 Part-1)

   180 Mins


Class-3 Part-2

   180 Mins


Research Methods (Class-4)

   180 Mins


Techniques of Data Collection (Class-5)

   180 Mins


Class-6 (Life History, Oral History, Case Study etc.)

   180 Mins


Class-7 (Theories- Tylor)

   180 Mins


Class-8 (Morgan + Historical Particularism of Boas)

   180 Mins


Class-9 (Diffusionism)

   180 Mins


Class-10 (German + American School of Diffusionism)

   180 Mins


Class-11 (Acculturation + Functionalism)

   180 Mins


Class-12 (Structuralism)

   180 Mins


Class-13 (Structuralism + Cultural Materialism- Harris)

   180 Mins


CLASS 14 ( CPT- Benedict +Mead)

   180 Mins


Class-15 ( CPT- Linton, Kardiner, Cora Du Bois + Neo-evolutionism)

   180 Mins


Class-16 (Neo-evolutionism + Victor Turner)

   180 Mins


Class-17 (Clifford Geertz + Cognitive Anthropology)

   180 Mins


Class-18 (Postmodernism and PYQs)

   180 Mins


Class-19 (Introduction to Physical Anthropology + Cell Biology)

   180 Mins


Class-20

   180 Mins


Class-21

   180 Mins


Class-22

   180 Mins


Class-23

   180 Mins


Class-24

   180 Mins


Class-25

   180 Mins


Class-26

   180 Mins


Class-27

   180 Mins


Class-28 ( Mendelism )

   180 Mins


Class-29

   180 Mins


Class -30

   180 Mins


Class-31

   180 Mins


Class- 32

   180 Mins


Class-33

   180 Mins


Class-34

   180 Mins


Class-35

   180 Mins


Class-36

   180 Mins


Class-37

   180 Mins


Class-38

   180 Mins


Class-39

   180 Mins


Class-40

   180 Mins


Class-41

   180 Mins


Class-42

   180 Mins


Class-43

   180 Mins


Class-44

   180 Mins


Class-45

   180 Mins


Class-46

   180 Mins


Class-47

   180 Mins


Class-48

   180 Mins


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ANTHROPOLOGY OPTIONAL

DR SUDHIR KUMAR