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UGC/CBSE National Eligibility Test Sociology Exam Scheme & Syllabus Paper 2,3

University Grant Commission (UGC) has given the authority to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to conduct the National Eligibility Test (NET) for various courses. One of them is Sociology in which there will be two question papers one is Paper II and another is Paper III. As per the scheme there will be Objective type multiple choice for Paper II containing 100 Marks. Paper III is of 200 marks in which short type essay questions & elective questions will be asked.

The first thing which every aspirant does is to check the syllabus and know the topics which are to cover for the preparation of the examination. Few of the topics are given below rest you can download the UGC NET Sociology Syllabus PDF from the link given below. Focus on the each and every topic very clearly as thousands of candidates appear in the examination. The syllabus given is bilingual both Hindi and English.

Paper II

A: Sociological Concepts

  1. Nature of Sociology
  2. Basic Concepts
  3. Social Structure
  4. Social Group
  5. Social Institutions
  6. Socialization
  7. Social Stratification
  8. Social Change

B: Sociological Theory

  1. Structural
  2. Functional
  3. Interactionist
  4. Conflict

C: Methodology

  1. Meaning and Nature of Social Research
  2. Quantitative Methods
  3. Qualitative Methods
  4. Statistics in Social Research

Unit – I: Phenomenology and Ethnomethodology

Unit – II: Neo – functionalism and Neo – Marxism

Unit – III: Structuration and Post – Modernism

Unit – IV: Conceptualising Indian Society

Unit – V: Theoretical Perspectives

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Unit – VI: Contemporary Issues

Unit – VII: Contemporary Issues:

Unit – VIII: Issues Pertaining to Deviance

Unit – IX: Current Debates

Unit – X: The Challenges of Globalisation

UGC NET Sociology Paper III (B) (Elective / Optional)

Elective – I: Rural Sociology

  1. Approaches to the study of Rural Society
  2. Agrarian Institutions
  3. Panchayati Raj System
  4. Social Issues and Strategies for Rural Development
  5. Rural Development and Change

Elective – II: Industry and Society

  1. Industrial Society in the Classical Sociological Tradition
  2. Industry and Society
  3. Industrial Relations
  4. Industrialisation and Social Change in India
  5. Industrial Planning

Elective – III:  Sociology of Development

  1. Conceptual Perspectives on Development
  2. Sustainable development
  3. Theories of Underdevelopment
  4. Liberal
  5. Dependency
  6. Paths of Development
  7. Social Structure and Development
  8. Culture and Development

Elective – IV: Population and Society

  1. Theories of Population Growth
  2. Population Growth and Distribution in India
  3. Concepts of Morbidity and Migration, Fertility& Mortality
  4. Population and Development
  5. Population Control
  6. Population policy

Elective – V: Gender and Society

  1. Gender as a Social Construct
  2. Social Structure and Gender Inequality
  3. Theories of Gender Relations
  4. Gender and Development
  5. Indicators of women’s status

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