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New Batch starting from 27th May

Introducing online batch in June

 

Time: 2:30 PM; 

UPCOIMNG Next batches;  10th June 2019   

  2:30PM &5:30PM

  • Comprehensive class room teaching by Qualified & Expert Faculty in the Discipline with PhD & UGC(NET/JRF) in Anthropology;  
  • Special sessions on Contemporary topics by Practising Anthropologists, In-service Bureaucrats & Eminent Academicians
  • Syllabus will be completed in two and half months; 6 days a week and class duration 2 hours 30 minutes – 3 hours
  • Explaining the most relevant , basic and applied aspects of Physical, Social, Cultural , Archaeological and Tribal Anthropology perspectives required exclusively for the mains examination.
  • Holistic approach towards this most Humanistic of all Scientific disciplines.
  • One On One Focus for personalised and tailor made strategic grooming of each candidate on daily basis.
  • Study Material for complete syllabus
  • Handouts on Important Topics
  • Comprehensive Unit wise  & Section Wise Test Writing Practice
  • Synchronic Completion of Syllabus
  • Can avail section wise or Paper wise Course
  •  **At present Anthropology is not offered at our Mukherjee Nagar Center

What You Will Learn

Physical / Biological Anthropology.

Effective presentation of answers through daily writing practice sessions.

Extensive and exclusive Mains answer Writing Practice sessions.

Indian Anthropology.

Tribal Anthropology.

Prehistorical Aspects of Anthropology.

Archaeological Anthropology.

Audio Visual classes.

Sociocultural Anthropology.

6 Reasons To Choose L2A Academy

Interactive learning for an in-depth understanding about the topic to get conceptual clarity by the students

Doubt clearings anytime during the class sessions

One to one personalized and professional guidance to each student

Timely completion of syllabus without lags in timings and class durations

providing inter-linkages with paper-1 & 2, along with current case studies

Classroom writing practice tests and previous years question papers discussions in the class

ACHIEVEMENT

HOW TO PREPARE ANTHROPOLOGY

  • Try to start preparation as soon as upsc preliminary examination are over instead of choosing it late and feeling sorry. Better start your preparation as soon as possible.
  • Try attempting physical anthropology based and theory based questions as much as possible as socio based questions fetch lesser marks comparatively.
  • When you come across a case study, note it down as use it at appropriate topics where you are expected to explain the concept
  • Practice diagrams for physical part, diagrams will ultimately fetch you marks
  • Do not ignore theories part ,selective study is always dangerous
  • Try to make good notes for theories and misc part as good material is not available in market.
  • Keep updating the latest trends and developments in anthropology from newspaper/magazines and internet

Importance of Diagrams in Anthropology Answer Writing

It’s more catchy and provides more information,saves examiner’s time also- if he finds your diagram to be very good, he will be more inclined to like your description too.. So as far as physical anthropology is concerned, neat diagrams will definitely give us an edge over others..

So practice diagrams

  • By diagrams I meant anatomical -skull, vertebra, bones, teeth diagrams when you are asked to write about prehistoric man, also a good comparative diagram with modern man also can be given(depending on question). For questions on prehistoric stages you can give good diagrams of the tools used then, a rough picture of the habitat, some pictures of artefacts found etc.. Its easier to draw diagrams and then explain.
  • Just read the theory part then spend 5 mins for looking at the diagram, then try and do a rough sketch.. 15 mins /day for the diagrams should be more than enough.. That too its only when you read the physical part..
  • Diagrams are important ( for physical anthropology part only) because you can draw a picture and explain things easily than writing paragraphs ( saves time too). It also shows that you know the concept better. Nobody will reduce your marks for not drawing, but you are bound to get more if you give neat sketches. So if you want really high scores then you have to pay attention to it.
  • For non physical anthropology part – give some pictorial additions – like a cycle(eg. Bonded labour question in 2010)/ flow chart- that way we have an edge over others.
  • Focussed preparation with good strategy and guidance will definitely succeed.