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Vikash Ranjan Sir is the Specialist teacher of Sociology with vast experience in Teaching and Writing Books of Sociology. His Scientific, Systematic, Applied & Exam Focussed Approach has helped many students to get selected in the Civil Services. Students will LEARN SOCIOLOGY & PRACTICE ANSWER-WRITING under the Personal guidance of the well-experienced teacher ( Vikash Ranjan Sir ).



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Sociology Related Questions asked in GS Paers- I,II, III & IV (2013-2017)

Sociology & GS Paper-I

  1. Discussion the various SOCIAL PROBLEMS which originated out of the speedy process of urbanization in India
  2. MALE MEMBERSHIPneeds to be encouraged in order to make WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION free from gender bias. Comment.
  3. Critically examine the EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION on the aged population in India
  4. Growing feeling of REGIONALISMis an important factor in the generation of demand for a separate state. Discuss
  5. How does PATRIARCHYimpact the position of a MIDDLE CLASS WORKING WOMANin India?
  6. Why do some of the most prosperous regions of India have an adverse sex ratio for women? Give your arguments
  7. TheLIFE CYCLE OF A JOINT FAMILY depends on economic factors rather than social values. Discuss.
  8. Discuss the various ECONOMIC AND SOCIO-CULTURAL FORCES that are driving increasing FEMINIZATION OF AGRICULTUREin India.
  9. How do the Indian debates on SECULARISM differ from the debates in the West?
  10. Describe any four CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF DIVERSITY IN INDIA and rate their relative signiicance in building a national identity
  11. Critically examine whether GROWING POPULATIONis the CAUSE OF POVERTYOR poverty is the main CAUSE OF POPULATIONincrease in India
  12. How do you explain the statistics that show that the SEX RATIO IN TRIBES in India is more favourable to women than the SEX RATIO AMONG SCHEDULED CASTES?
  13. Discuss the changes in the trends of labour migration within and outside India in the last four decades
  14. Discuss the positive and NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION ON WOMENin India
  15. Debate the issue of whether and how CONTEMPORARY MOVEMENTS for assertion of DALIT IDENTITYwork towards ANNIHILATION OF CASTE
  16. Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, despite having DIVERGENT APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES, had a common goal of AMELIORATION OF THE DOWNTRODDEN.Elucidate.
  17. “An essential condition to eradicate POVERTY is to liberate the poor from deprivation.” Substantiate this statement with suitable examples.
  18. . Why are the TRIBALS IN INDIAreferred to as THE SCHEDULED TRIBES? Indicate the major provisions enshrined in the Constitution of India for their upliftment.
  19. With a brief background of QUALITY OF URBAN LIFE IN INDIA,introduce the objectives and strategy of the 'Smart City Programme'.
  20. What is the BASIS OF REGIONALISM? Is it that unequal distribution of beneits of development on regional basis eventually promotes regionalism? Substantiate your answer.
  21. Has the formation of linguistic States strengthened the cause of Indian Unity?
  22. In the context of the DIVERSITY OF INDIA, can it be said that the regions form CULTURAL UNITS rather than the States? Give reasons with examples for your view point.(150 words)
  23. . What are the two major legal initiatives by the State since Independence addressing DISCRIMINATION AGAINST SCHEDULED TRIBES(STS)? (150 words) (250 words)
  24. THE SPIRIT OF TOLERANCE and love is not only an interesting feature of Indian society from very early times, but it is also playing an important part at the present. Elaborate. (250 words)(2017)
  25. The women's questions arose in modern India as a part of the 19th century social reform movement. What are the MAJOR ISSUES AND DEBATES CONCERNING WOMEN in that period? (250 words)(2017)
  26. Distinguish between RELIGIOUSNESS/RELIGIOSITY AND COMMUNALISM giving one example of how the former has got transformed into the latter in independent India(250 words)(2017)
  27. “The growth of CITIES AS I.T. HUBS has opened UP NEW AVENUES OF EMPLOYMENT, but has also created NEW PROBLEMS”. Substantiate this statement with examples (250 words)(2017)

Sociology & GS Paper-II

  1. THE CONCEPT OF MID DAY MEAL (MDM) SCHEMEis almost a century old in India with early beginnings in Madras Presidency in pre-independent India. The scheme has again been given impetus in most states in the last two decades. CRITICALLY EXAMINEits twin objectives, latest mandates and success
  2. Article 244 of the Indian Constitution relates to administration of schedules area and TRIBAL AREAS. Analyse the impact of non-implementation of the provisions of the Fifth schedule on the growth of Left Wing extremism
  3. Normally countries shift from AGRICULTURE to INDUSTRY and then later to SERVICES, but India shifted directly from agriculture to services. What are the reasons for the huge growth of services vis-a-vis industry in the country? Can India become a developed country without a strong industrial base?
  4. While we found India's DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND, we ignore the dropping rates of employability. What are we missing while doing so? Where will the jobs that India desperately needs come from? Explain
  5. The right to fair compensation and transparency LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITATIONand RESETTLEMENT act, 2013 has come into effect from 1 January 2014. What implication would it have on industrialization and agriculture in India?
  6. CAPITALISM has guided the world economy to unprecedented prosperity. However, it often encourages shortsightedness and contributes to wide disparities between the rich and the poor. In this light, would it be correct to believe and adopt capitalism driving INCLUSIVE GROWTHin India? Discuss.
  7. The diverse nature of India as a MULTI-RELIGIOUS and MULTI-ETHNIC SOCIETY is not immune to the impact of RADICALISM which has been in her neighborhood. Discuss along with the strategies to be adopted to counter this environment.
  8. The nature of economic growth in India in recent times is often described as a JOBLESS GROWTH.Do you agree with this view? Give arguments in favour of your answer.
  9. . Livestock rearing has a big potential for providing NON- FARM EMPLOYMENTand income in RURAL AREAS. Discuss suggesting suitable measures to promote this sector in India.
  10. In the view of the declining average size of LAND HOLDINGS in India which has made agriculture non – viable for a majority of farmers should contract farming and land leasing be promoted in agriculture? critically evaluate the pros and cons
  11. How can the Digital India program help FARMERS to improve farm productivity and income? What step has the government taken in this regard?
  12. RELIGIOUS INDOCTRINATION via social media has resulted in Indian youth joining the ISIS. What is ISIS and its mission? How can ISIS be dangerous to the internal security of our country
  13. The persisting drives of the government for development of large industries in backward areas have resulted in isolating the TRIBAL POPULATION and the FARMERS who face multiple displacements. With Malkangiri and Naxalbari foci, discuss the corrective strategies needed to win the Left Wing Extremism (LWE) doctrine affected citizens back into mainstream of social and economic growth
  14. How GLOBALIZATION has led to the reduction of employment in THE FORMAL SECTOR of the Indian economy? Is increased INFORMALIZATION detrimental to the development of the country?
  15. WOMEN EMPOWERMENTin India needsGENDER BUDGETING.What are the requirements and status of gender budgeting in the Indian context?
  16. Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) is necessary for bringing unbanked to the institutional inance fold. Do you agree with this for FINANCIAL INCLUSION OF THE POOR SECTION of the Indian society? Give arguments to justify your opinion.
  17. What are 'SMART CITIES'? Examine their relevance for urban development in India. Will it increase rural-urban differences? Give arguments for 'SMART VILLAGES' in the light of PURA and RURBAN Mission
  18. Discuss the role of LAND REFORMS in agricultural development. Identify the factors that were responsible for the success of land reforms in India
  19. Discuss India's achievements in the ield of SPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. How the application of this technology has helped India in its SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT?
  20. . Use of INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA by non-state actors for SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES is a major security concern. How have these been misused in the recent past? Suggest effective guidelines to curb the above threat.
  21. Explain VARIOUS TYPES OF REVOLUTIONS,took place in AGRICULTURE after Independence in India. How these revolutions have helped in poverty alleviation and food security in India?(2017)
  22. THE NORTH-EASTERN REGION of India has been infested with insurgency for a very long time. Analyze the major reasons for the survival of armed insurgency in this region.(2017)
  23. What are the salient features of 'INCLUSIVE GROWTH'?Has India been experiencing such a growth process? Analyze and suggest measures for inclusive growth.(2017)
  24. MOB VIOLENCEis emerging as a serious law and order problem in India. By giving suitable examples, analyze the causes and consequences of such violence.(2017)

Sociology & GS Paper-IV

Case Study:- Related with Society & Sociology
  1. Case: Child Labourers in Sivakasi (25m|300w)
  2. Case: Sexual Harassment (20m|250w)
  3. Case: Environment degradation (20m)
  4. Case: Why villagers migrate? (20m)
  5. Case: Dalit community and untouchability in a panchayat
  6. Case: Rural Society a& Girls Education.
  7. Case: Family matter Case Study: Wife-beater Boss: To do something or not? (2016)
  8. Case: Draft better Land-acquisition policy (2016)

Sociology & GS Paper-IV

  1. “HUMAN BEINGS should always be treated as 'ends' in themselves and never as merely `means'.” Explain the meaning and signiicance of this statement, giving its implications in the modern techno-economic society
  2. Which EMINENT PERSONALITYhas inspired you the most in the context of ethical conduct in life? Give the gist of his/her teachings giving speciic examples, describe how you have been able to apply these teachings for your own ethical development
  3. THE CURRENT SOCIETY is plagued with widespread trust-deicit. What are the consequences of this situation for personal well-being and for SOCIETAL WELL-BEING? What can you do at the personal level to make yourself trustworthy?
  4. It is often said that POVERTYleads to corruption. However, there is no dearth of instances where afluent and powerful people indulge in corruption in a big way. What are the basic causes of corruption among people? Support your answer with examples.
  5. What factors affect the formation of a person's attitude towards SOCIAL PROBLEMS? In our society, contrasting attitudes are prevalent about many social problems. What contrasting attitudes do you notice about the caste system in our society? How do you explain the existence of these contrasting attitudes?
  6. We are witnessing increasing instances of SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMENin the country. Despite existing legal provisions against it, the number of such incidences is on the rise. Suggest some innovative measures to tackle this menace.
  7. SOCIAL VALUES are more important than economic values. Discuss the above statement with examples in the context of inclusive growth of a nation. (150 words) (10Marks)
  8. Increased national wealth did not result in EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION of its beneits. It has created only some “enclaves of modernity and prosperity for a small minority at the cost of the majority.” Justify. (150 Words, 10)
  9. DISCIPLINE generally implies following the ORDER AND SUBORDINATION. However, it may be counter-productive for the organisation. Discuss. (150 Words, 10)(2017)
  10. Without commonly shared and widely entrenched MORAL VALUES AND OBLIGATIONS, neither the law, nor democratic government, nor even the market economy will function properly. What do you understand by this statement? Explain with illustration in the contemporary times. (150 Words, 10) (2017)

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Mr. Vikash Ranjan has emerged as a versatile genius in Teaching and Writing books on Sociology & General Studies. His Sociological Themes and Perspectives are excellent. His teaching aptitude is Simple, Easy and Exam Focused. Under his Expert Guidance many students have achieved success in civil services. In the Civil Service Exam 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 2014, 2015 & 2016 his guidance has helped many toppers to reserve their dream space in the final list. He has written and edited good number of Books for Civil Services. To mention a few- "Fundamental of Sociology" (For CSE Mains), "Applied Sociology" (For CSE Mains), "National Issues of Social, Economic and Political Relevance", "Survey of Health, Women and Child Development in India", "Indian Heritage and Culture-Themes & Perspectives".

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