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Most sociology courses don’t require a ton of heavy reading or long writing assignments, which makes this major a bit easier than others. Sociology majors earn an average salary of $56,000.
But the preparation for sociology optional must be started from covering basics from the NCERT books of 11th and 12th. One can write answers of questions given at the end of each chapter of NCERT book so that analysis of particular topic or the analysis of basics of sociology optional can be prepared very well.
Since then I tried many ways to turn things around and fortunately I could improve my sociology marks to 319 in CSE 2018 (Paper 1 =154 + Paper 2 =165)….
|Essential Sociology by Nitin Sangwan||Very good for Paper 1. It will cover both Haralambos and Ritzer as well for paper 1.|
Sociology and Geography: Which Is The Best Optional Subject For UPSC. Both Sociology and Geography are popular optionals in the Civil Services Exam. Geography surpasses Sociology if you look at the absolute numbers of candidates opting for the subjects. In fact, both subjects are considered scoring.
More candidates seem to think sociology is the better optional. See UPSC syllabus for sociology optional. It is easy to understand. It has less science compared to anthropology making it more popular with humanities graduates.
IAS officer Nitin Sangwan shared his Class 12 marksheet on Twitter. “Life is much more than board results,” tweeted Indian Administration Service officer Nitin Sangwan on Tuesday – a day after CBSE declared Class 12 results. “In my 12th exams, I got 24 marks in Chemistry – just 1 mark above passing marks.
Answer. No class 12 marks don’t matter for SSC and UPSC. The eligibility for civil services is that you should hold a Bachelor’s degree from any recognised institution in respective subjects.
It is not possible to become an IAS Officer right after completing 12th standard! In order to become an IAS Officer, you must apply for CSE exam conducted by the UPSC. You must also crack the exam (preliminary, mains and interview) in order to get selected for the training.
The age of retirement is 60 years and not 58 as mentioned. The IAS &IPS have looted India in the last 74 yrs. of Independence.