Vision IAS weekend Classrooms Program Review


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    abhishekiilm31
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    A request to Vision IAS weekend classroom students, please share your reviews about Vision’s GS mains weekend classroom program and the faculties teaching there.

    As a teacher, please share your feedback about him.

    Who are the faculties involved there? What subjects they take and what’s your feedback about them?

    I want to join weekend batch urgently because I am working student, please give suggestion as soon as possible.

    Thanks in advance.

    #276

    rpubermensch
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    Hi in addition to Vision test series also do attend Mr.Sandeep Gupta’s workshop on Sep 6. He is also conducting free 100 hrs coaching for Mains exam 2015.

    So don’t miss this opportunity to have an edge. He is a phenomenal teacher. Not an exaggeration. Look at the feedback of his students. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5yAtenCrsM

    I came to know about him when Ira Singhal(AIR 1,CSE 2014) recommended his coaching on her fb page. And I have registered for his free Workshop on Sep 6.

    For more details and registration : http://www.ias-top100.com

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    manu1026
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    I also have same query…

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    SapiensIAS
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    UPSC ANTHROPOLOGY OPTIONAL
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    Anthropology is a social science not a biological science like history, Sociology, Economics & Political science which is one of the popular optional subjects in UPSC/IAS/PSC exam.

    Anthropology is the study of man in totality including studying all kinds of societies and culture such as tribal and modern societies-their socio-culture institutions viz. marriage, family, kinship, economic institution, political system and belief pattern such as religion and magic. Anthropology also deals with prehistoric and modern societies i.e. socio-cultural evolution. Apart from these, Anthropology studies man as a creature i.e. studying origin and evolution of man and their physical variations from place to place. Thus, the syllabus of anthropology optional has been well maintaining the tradition i.e. holism. Whereas, other social sciences deal with man in a peace meal manner e.g. history studies past event of man, sociology deals with social structure of man not biological aspect of man at all, while economics & political science dealing with economic and political institution respectively.

    UPSC Anthropology Optional

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