One of the most popular options for civil services exam
Suitable for science based students such as Engineering, Agriculture, Medicine,
Veterinary and other Biological science students
The subject is interesting in the sense, the student gets to know places and happenings
all around the world
Easily scoring subject because − a section on map is for 60 marks in both the papers
One of the most popular options
Suitable for Arts, MBA and law students
Students get to know both Government and public management
Suitable for students who are interested in current political development and political
Needs good proficiency in English language
Suitable for candidates from any discipline
Comprehensive class notes
Study of sociology helps in better understanding about the society we live in
Helps in interpersonal communication
Aids better adaptation in ones environment
Enhances ones social intelligence
One of the widely preferred subjects.
Suitable for students with any background.
Easy and simple to understand since no concept involved.
Comprehensive class notes given for paper 1 and paper 2.
Helps the student to score well in general studies mains paper (history, current
affairs, national and international issues etc) and interview. Because he understands
the historical background of all issues better.
Suitable for all candidates who are interested in Tamil Literature
Scoring in Mains
Comprehensive Class notes
Help to tackle interviews
Any background, Any one who is interested
Overall Personality Development
Successful adaptation in any environment in future
Interesting to read as one studies about himself and other fellow human being.
Suitable for all candidates those who interested in international relations, and
What is Anthropology?
Anthropology is the study of the human species and its immediate ancestors.
Anthropology is holistic in that the discipline is concerned with studying the whole
of the human condition: past, present and future.
Anthropology studies, biology, society, language, and culture.
Anthropology offers a unique cross-cultural perspective by constantly comparing
the customs of one society with those of others.
Why Anthropology is studied?
To enable the assessors for social and cultural dimensions of economic development.
To execute the development projects in the cultural dimensions, where the planners
Anthropologists work with local communities to identify specific social conditions
that will influence the failure or success of a development project.