Batch Starts: 30th June
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
GS SCORE’S Anthropology Optional Foundation program is a 3.5 months Comprehensive Class to Cover the Complete UPSC Syllabus of Anthropology with the innovative methodology of teaching and application of different approaches mentioned in the syllabus.
WHY ANTHROPOLOGY OPTIONAL
In GS SCORE the Anthropology optional classes for UPSC mains is under the guidance of Sourabh Mishra. He believes in interactive learning so he regularly interacts with the students to clear all the doubts of students. Overall, the faculty maintains a balanced interaction-based teaching, careful monitoring of progress of students along with personal and detailed guidance for answer writing.
"We just don’t teach the students, we make them deliver through active learning"
Our unique approach is based on 3 essential steps of your holistic preparation:
Our course is designed for candidates of all backgrounds and we will start from the very basics to the advanced. We adopt a unique pedagogy, which helps every student in grasping every detail of the syllabus.
Our active learning program continuously engage the aspirants to learn, write and revise. This program has proved to be useful for thousands of students and you can achieve your dreams through this.
We provide complete and updated study material with most recent case studies, reports of various committees, indices etc.
Our Study material will be sufficient to cover every detail of Anthropology necessary for UPSC CSE.
Our Test Series is designed for 3 level evaluation
We have divided entire syllabus in to 8 sections and these are so designed that will give an aspirant a very happy and holistic learning experience.
Anthropology Foundation - Changing Nature of Family
Anthropology Foundation - Culture
It’s a myth, if you look at the previous year topper list, then you will find most of the toppers from the engineering background.
It’s a myth because, the level of biology or Genetics which is required for Anthropology is the same that you have to study for GS anyhow.
The nature of the discipline is static and we hardly require any day to day updating, but, if we observe something and can use it in Anthropology, then it is highly desirable.
Anthropology syllabus is very short and it can be covered effectively in 3 months.
Answer writing is the most essential part of your preparation, it will help you to identify your weaknesses and strengths. Moreover, in competition speed is the mantra for success, which can be gained through practice.
Aspirants can easily get 320+ if guided in a right manner through a holistic approach of conceptual clarity- writing practice- revision.
If you have followed the CPR active learning approach, and have sufficient conceptual clarity and you have developed effective presentation skills through regular practice- using diagrams, case studies and examples.
Its not true as 3/4th of Anthropology’s syllabus is from humanities, it covers study of society, culture, marriage, family, religion, Indian society and the study of tribes, also it studies prehistory and archaeology along with linguistic studies. So, it is very comfortable for the students from any background.
For proper guidance and to save time and efforts coaching is always advisable. Moreover, there is no single source/book to cover anthropology, which makes coaching relatively important.
Personalized mentorship is uniquely designed for the needs of each aspirant. The aspirants can get in regular touch with the faculty through various means of communication.
Memorization is no doubt necessary, but it should be through conceptual clarity and writing practice.
Verifying, please be patient.