Sapiens IAS has emerged as a "Thought Leader" in Anthropology Optional. Our highly structured course, seasoned faculty, thought provoking discussions and extraordinary padeogogical tools have been instrumental in producing IAS Toppers year after year. Join us for sure shot scuccess in Anthropology Optional
The batch for Anthropology optional shall commence from 20th December 2023. Covid appropriate behaviour and all the guidelines of the government shall be followed in the classroom teaching.
Our highly structured courses for Anthropology Optional Courses have transformed the lives of many successful aspirants. Our rich experience in Civil Services Exam will help you to qualify the exam with flying colours.
Under the guidenace of Pradip Sarkar we have persistently produced IAS toppers and top scorers in Anthropology year after year.
Our study material is well researched and organized. It is regularly updated by our experts. It acts as a valuable assest to score high.
Once you inculcate the habit of critical thinking in the subject matter, the high score is guaranteed. We focus to imbibe this from day one.
Every topic mentioned in the syllaybus is covered in depth in the thought provoking lectures. Regular doubt clearing sessions are held to improve learning outcomes
Regular tests on exact UPSC pattern are the integral part of the course. These tests are followed by model answers and personalized feedback.
Many top scorers in Anthropolgy and IAS toppers have banked exclusively on Sapiens IAS and the guidance of Pradip Sir. You too can bank upon us!
Student Centric Learning Approach
To tackle any type of question in Exam
Regular Practice Tests with Detailed Feedback
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Holistic Understading of Subject
The syllabus of Anthropology for the UPSC Exam is scientificially sub-divided to maximize the learning outcomes. Classes are held as per the pre-defined scheduled plan. 100% coverage of syllabus in a meticulous manner is ensured.
|Paper and Section||Topics||Number of Classes|
|Paper I, Section A||Unit 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3: Basis of socio-cultural Anthropology||5-6 Classes|
|Paper I, Section A||Unit 2 to 5: Socio-cultural Institutions||14-15 Classes|
|Paper I, Section A||Unit 6: Anthropological Theories||9-10 Classes|
|Paper I, Section A||Unit 7 and 8: Communication and Languages, Research and Methods||4-5 Classes|
|Paper I, Section B||Basis of Biological Anthropology along with Unit 1.7 of Section A||5-6 Classes|
|Paper I, Section B||Organic Evolution, Primatology and Paleo-Anthropology along with Unit 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 of Section A.||10-11 Classes|
|Paper I, Section B||Human genetics, Variations, Adaptations, Applied Physical Anthropology and Reproductive Biology etc.||18-20 Classes|
|Paper II, Section A||Archeology: Unit 1.8 of Paper I and Unit 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 of Paper II||7-8 Classes|
|Paper II, Section A||Indian Society (Unit 2, 3, 4 and 5)||10-11 Classes|
|Paper II, Section B||Tribal India (Unit 6,7,8 and 9)||10-11 Classes|
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