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Braintree Anthropology Optional Handwritten Class Notes

  • Institute: BRAINTREE

  • Product Code: BRAINTREE-ANTHROPOLOGY|E|H|N134
  • Availability: 2-3 Days
  • Rs.1,200
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Buy Braintree Anthropology Optional Handwritten Class Notes | BRAINTREE | IAS Optional Notes, Anthropology, Medium Language, English

Braintree under the guidence of Mr. G.S.Karthic  is one of the leading coaching institute in India. G.S Karthic himself has been guiding many students for ANTHROPOLOGY as an optional for many years.Quite a few students got very good marks and successfully cleared the toughest examination(IAS).Its lucid approach and course completion within limited time frame makes Anthropology an interesting subjects for aspiring students.

Its lucid approach and course completion within limited time frame makes Anthropology an interesting

Materials coveres the entire syllabus –

– Meaning ,Scope & development of anthropology:Marriage : Kinship :Nature and culture and Society: Family: Religion : ANTHROPOLOGICAL theories:Economic  organisation Political organisation and social control: Reseach methods

– Human Evolution and emergence of man: The biological basis of life: Concept of Genetic polymorphic and selection: Race and racism: Concepts and methods of ecological  anthropology: Age sex and population variation :Mendelian genetics in man Characteristic of primates : Social demography application of Anthropology: Concept of human growth and  development.

– Evolution of Indian Culture : Demographic profile : Caste systems in India : Emergence and growth of Anthropology in India : Indigenous and Exogeneous processes of social  change in India : Tribal situation in India: Problems of exploitation and deprivation & constitutional safeguards : Ethnisity , Ethnic conflicts and political developments : Tribal  administration : Structure and Nature of Traditional Indian social system : Impact of Buddhism , jainism,Islam and christianity of Indian society , linguistic and religious  minorities, Social change and contemporary tribal societies, Role of Anthropology in  tribal and rural development.

 


 

 

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