Sociology

DAMP™ Sociology 2021 Daily Answer Writing & Mentorship Program 4.0

By Paper I – Nishat Sir & Paper II – Satya Sir

Start Date: 10 June 2021
Delivery Mode: Online
Duration: 2 Months
Validity: Till 10 Oct, 2021

Course Fee: ₹ 9,800

For LevelUp Students: ₹ 9,000

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Features of the Test series Program:

  • 2 Months Course (Paper 1- 1 month | paper 2 – 1month)
  • Daily One Question | One Model Answer | One Discussion Video
  • 6 days a week | Online module | Weekly Mini test | Monthly Full test
  • Comprehensive coverage of Entire Sociology Syllabus
  • Individual Evaluation and Personal Feedback & Mentoring Everyday
  • Question will be released at 12.00 pm (Afternoon)
  • Answer can be uploaded till 12:00pm (Next Day Afternoon)
  • Answer Discussion video, Model answer will be released at 12:00pm (Next Day Afternoon)

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PAPER I SYLLABUS
Origin of Sociology, Sociology as Science, and Research methods
10-Jun-21 Unit 1 a) 1 b)
11-Jun-21 1 c) 2 a)
12-Jun-21 2 b) 2 c) 2 d)
14-Jun-21 2 e) 3 a)
15-Jun-21 3 b) 3 c)
Sociological Thinkers , Social Stratification and Mobility
16-Jun-21 Unit 4 a) b)
17-Jun-21 4 c) d)
18-Jun-21 4 e) f)
19-Jun-21 5 a) b)
21-Jun-21 5 c) d)
22-Jun-21 First Mini Test: Unit 1,2,3, 4 and 5
Works and Economic Life, Politics & society, and Religion & society
23-Jun-21 Unit 6 a) b) c)
24-Jun-21 7 a) b)
25-Jun-21 7 c) d)
26-Jun-21 8 a)
28-Jun-21 8 b) c)
Systems of Kinship and Social change in Modern society
29-Jun-21 Unit 9 a) b)
30-Jun-21 9 c) d)
01-Jul-21 9 e)
02-Jul-21 10 a) b)
03-Jul-21 10 c) d) e)
05-Jul-21 Second Mini test: Unit 6,7,8,9, and 10
06-Jul-21 Paper 1 Full Length Test
PAPER II SYLLABUS
Introducing Indian Society, Perspectives on the study of Indian Society
07-Jul-21 Indology
08-Jul-21 Structural Functionalism
09-Jul-21 Marxist Sociology
10-Jul-21 Social Reforms, Indian Nationalism and Regionalism: Colonial and post-colonial
12-Jul-21 Modernity of Indian tradition
Social Structure (Rural and Agrarian), Caste System
13-Jul-21 Colonial and Nationalist ideas of Indian village
14-Jul-21 Village studies method
15-Jul-21 Evolution of land tenure system, land reforms in British India and post-colonial India
16-Jul-21 Ghurye and Dumont on caste system
17-Jul-21 Srinivas and Beteille on caste System
19-Jul-21 First Mini Test
Untouchability, Caste Movements, Tribal in India, and class structure
20-Jul-21 Social Movement in India: Colonial and post-colonial—Women’s, Farmers, and Environmental
21-Jul-21 Untouchability: Forms and perspectives, Dalit Movement, Reservation politics
22-Jul-21 Agrarian, Industrial, Urban and other class structure (Middle class, Working class) in India
23-Jul-21 Tribes: definition, movement, and colonial and post-colonial policies
24-Jul-21 Agriculture and Mode of production debate
Kinship, Religion and social change in India
26-Jul-21 Kinship system in India: Lineage, descent, family, household and marriage
27-Jul-21 Development Planning, Community Development Programme, Post-globalisation welfare planning, Development and displacement
28-Jul-21 Religion, Revivalism, and Communalism in India, Religion and women
29-Jul-21 Population Dynamics
30-Jul-21 Citizenship and democracy, political parties and Pressure groups, Centralisation and decentralisation
31-Jul-21 Second Mini test
02-Aug-21 Paper 2 Full Syllabus

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