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1 / / 39, Bengaluru Campus : 2nd Floor, AKS Plaza, 10 Industrial Layout, JNC Road, 5th Block Koramangala, Bengaluru Head Office & New Delhi Campus : 309, Kanchanjunga Building, Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi Ph : , /36, / youtube.com/rausias INFORMATION LEAF & FEE SCHEDULE TARGETED COURSES (FOR MAIN EXAM) SOCIOLOGY OPTIONAL TEST SERIES for UPSC MAINS 2018 COURSE DESCRIPTION TEST SERIES for OPTIONAL SUBJECTS is a highly targeted course, most suitable for aspirants appearing in Mains 2018 or targeting Mains It is not suitable for beginners. GOAL The aim of this course is: Maximum coverage of themes and issues, in accordance with the evolving UPSC trend; Answer writing practice across all these themes in simulated exam environment; Improve students' learning through evaluation + feedback + test discussion; Overall, help students outperform in Optional Subject paper in Mains OTHER SUBJECTS AVAILABLE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION GEOGRAPHY HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE ECONOMICS PSYCHOLOGY HOW IT WILL WORK ANSWER WRITING EVALUATION DISCUSSION Students will be given a Test Series Schedule outlining the themes and areas, from Paper I & Paper II, to be examined in each test. Students will appear in the tests at any of the Rau's IAS centres, under strict discipline. All tests will be evaluated thoroughly with detailed feedback and model answers will be provided by the educators According to the schedule, students will then be called for a detailed test discussion.

2 FEATURES 12 TESTS & Full-Length 12 TESTS Discussions Evaluated Answer Booklet with proper feedback. Answer Structure with Model Answers STARTING 07th July, 2018 (Saturday) DURATION 3 months (1 test and 1 discussion every once a week) Tests will be conducted in Sit-Down format at Study Circle's campuses at Delhi, Bengaluru and Jaipur. INR 12,000/- PROGRAM FEE Discounted at 50% for Rau's Ex students ONLINE OPTION Students can also appear for the tests from their home and send us the answer copy for evaluation. Soft copies of Evaluated Answer booklet and Answer Structure with Model Answers will be ed. Test Discussions videos will be made available to them. IMPORTANT I. To apply for admission to the above course, fill-up the REGISTRATION FORM and send the same to us by , by post or contact us personally along with : (i) 1 passport size photograph (ii) UPSC Roll No. (iii) Photocopy of ID with address proof II. The fee can be paid through any of the following modes : Cash, Credit/ Debit Card, Demand Draft (favouring ''RAU'S IAS STUDY CIRCLE payable at "NEW DELHI") or via Electronic Transfer ( RTGS / NEFT).The bank details for Electronic Transfer are as follows : Account/Beneficiary Name : Rau's IAS Study Circle Account Number : Bank Name & Branch : Axis Bank, Statesman House, 148, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi , India. IFSC Code : UTIB In case of Electronic Transfer, send a scanned copy of the receipt of the transaction along with the filled up REGISTRATION FORM to the following address : III. The Study Circle has its branches only at Bengaluru (Phone : / 37/ 38/ 39, ) and Jaipur (Phone : , , , ). IV. All the above charges are inclusive of GST, as applicable. V. The Study Circle may, in its discretion, change the faculty, time-table, duration or the venue of the sitting/session.

3 Registration Form OPTIONAL TEST SERIES (M) Bengaluru Campus : 2nd Floor, AKS Plaza, 10 Industrial Layout, JNC Road, 5th Block Koramangala, Bengaluru Phone Nos. : / 37/ 38/ 39, Head Office & New Delhi Campus : 309, Kanchanjunga Building, Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Receipt Amount (`) Receipt No. Cash/Card/NEFT/DD & Date Batch : Month & Year Student ID APPLICANT'S INFORMATION MENTION THE CENTRE IN WHICH YOU PROPOSE TO TAKE THE CLASSES & TESTS NEW DELHI BENGALURU JAIPUR 1. First Name 2. Last Name 3. Date of Birth Date Month Male Female Year 4. Gender 5. Medium in which you prose to take classes & tests English Hindi 6. ID 7. Mobile Number 8. Permanent Address 9. UPSC Roll No. 10. SCANCODE / STUDENT ID (for Rau s Ex-Student) 11. Mention the Optional Optional Test Series (Sit down) Date : Optional Test Series (Online) Signature N.B. : The decision taken by the Study Circle on your above application shall be final and binding.

4 The rationale behind this test series schedule is to provide adequate emphasis in order to maximise the efficiency of the candidate. The modus operandi is : Orientation Lecture (Schedule will be shared after registration) Two Writing Skill Development Sessions (Schedule will be shared after registration) TEST from AM to PM After the test, there will be a Dialogue Discussion by the faculty on the same day at 12.30PM in order to develop the analytical skills of the candidate to ensure command on the given topic(s). The schedule of the tests & the discussions is given below: TEST MAJOR TOPICS SYLLABUS TO BE COVERED UNDER THE TOPIC Emergence of Sociology Modernity and social changes in Europe and emergence of sociology Overview of Sociology in USA Test-1 07/07/2018 Test-1I 14/07/2018 Karl Marx Emile Durkheim Max Weber Talcott Parsons R K Merton Historical materialism Mode of production Alienation Class struggle Division of labour Social fact Suicide Religion and society Social action Ideal types Authority Bureaucracy Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism Social system Pattern variables Latent and manifest functions Conformity and deviance Reference groups

5 Test-1II 21/07/2018 Test-IV 28/07/2018 Test-V 04/08/2018 Test-VI 11/08/2018 Test-VII 18/08/2018 G H Mead Social Stratification Religion and Society: Paper I & II Works and Economic Life Politics and Society: Paper I and II Systems of Kinship: Paper I & II Social Change in Modern Society: Paper-I & some of Paper-II Self and identity Concepts- equality, inequality, hierarchy, exclusion, poverty and deprivation Theories of social stratification- Structural functionalist theory, Marxist theory, Weberian theory Dimensions Social stratification of class, status groups, gender, ethnicity and race. Social mobility- open and closed systems, types of mobility, sources and causes of mobility Sociological theories of religion Types of religious practices: animism, monism, pluralism, sects, cults Religion in modern society: religion and science, secularization, religious revivalism, fundamentalism Religious communities in India Problems of religious minorities Social organization of work in different types of society- slave society, feudal society, industrial /capitalist society Formal and informal organization of work Labour and society Sociological theories of power Power elite, bureaucracy, pressure groups, and political parties Nation, state, citizenship, democracy, civil society, ideology, citizenship Protest, agitation, social movements, collective action, revolution Regionalism and decentralization of power Secularization Family, household, marriage Types and forms of family Lineage and descent Patriarchy and sexual division of labour Contemporary trends Lineage and descent in India Types of kinship systems Family and marriage in India Household dimensions of the family Patriarchy, entitlements and sexual division of labour Sociological theories of social change Development and dependency Agents of social change Education and social change Science, technology and social change Constitution, law and social change

6 Test-VIII 25/08/2018 Test-IX 01/09/2018 Test-X 08/09/2018 Test -XI 15/09/2018 Test -XII 22/09/2018 Introducing Indian Society, Impact of colonial rule on Indian society Rural and Agrarian Social Structure Caste System Tribes in India Social Classes in India Social Change in India Rural and Agrarian, Transformation in India, Industrialization and Urbanisation in India Including Sociology as science and Research Methods Perspectives on the study of Indian society Indology (GS. Ghurye) Structural functionalism (M N Srinivas) Marxist sociology (A R Desai) Social background of Indian nationalism Modernization of Indian tradition The idea of Indian village and village studies Agrarian social structure - evolution of land tenure system, land reforms Perspectives on the study of caste systems: GS Ghurye, M N Srinivas, Louis Dumont, Andre Beteille Features of caste system Untouchability - forms and perspectives Definitional problems Geographical spread Colonial policies and tribes Issues of integration and autonomy Social Classes in India: Agrarian class structure Industrial class structure Middle classes in India Idea of development planning and mixed economy Programmes of rural development, Community Development Programme, cooperatives, poverty alleviation schemes Green revolution and social change Changing modes of production in Indian agriculture Problems of rural labour, bondage, migration Evolution of modern industry in India Growth of urban settlements in India Working class: structure, growth, class mobilization Informal sector, child labour Slums and deprivation in urban areas Including Social Movements in Modern India, Population Dynamics and Challenges of Social Transformation

7 INTERPRETATION OF DIFFERENT WORDS USED IN QUESTIONS 1. Account for : Give reasons 2. Account of : Focus on description 3. Assess : Establish the strengths and weaknesses of the features mentioned. 4. Comment : Write your view point or description based on your observations. 5. Compare : 6. Discuss : Present the similarities and differences between the features mentioned. Present a thorough analysis of the question by examining all sides of the arguments. 7. Distinguish between : Draw clear distinctions between the features mentioned. 8. Elucidate : Clarify/explain probably what is obscure or different. 9. Evaluate/Critically Evaluate/Review : Present a judgement as to the relative value of the features mentioned. 10. Examine/ Critically examine : State clearly the pros and cons of the issue raised. Your final decision must be supported by evidence and the reasons why you have rejected alternatives explained. 11. Explain : Give reasons. 12. Highlight : Focus on important features/points 13. Illustrate : Focus on examples including the data. 14. Interpret : 15. Role : 16. Significance/Importance : 17. To what extent : 18. Trace : Present an explanation of the facts, Facts are mere inputs and can be comprehended differently. And marks depend on how differently you comprehend. Focus on the contribution and conclude with your analytical view point. Focus on the importance, contribution and consequences with greater focus on positive aspects. Weigh up the arguments and state the relative importance of the feature mentioned. An outline of what has been asked in the given question with focus on its evolution.

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