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CBSE Class 12-Tips to help you sail the Sociology’boat.


  • Prepare for the subject well in advance. Do not leave any topic for the last day, last minute.
  • Prepare Notes. Notes help to go through the topics in details, in a well-organised way. They help to memorise the subject in a systematic way.
  • Do not mug the answers. Try and understand them. Mugging the answers would lead to a complete dependence on your memory. And if that memory ditches in the examination hall, it will create a problem.
  • Do not study from various sources. Only stick to the CBSE or NCERT books. It will leave no space for confusion.
  • Avoid mind-boggling. Do not stress your mind in pressure. Keep a relaxed mind in order to grasp maximum information.
  • Group study. Discuss notes and answers to have a clear view of all the topics in mind.
  • Solve a lot of question papers and sample papers to have a check on the knowledge you possess.
  • Finish the syllabus well in advance to leave enough room for revision. Revision is very important to attempt board exams.
  • Prepare mnemonics for the most important topics that you need to know. It makesit easier to remember.
  • Highlight the important section for a quick recap in the last days.
  • Do not hold the book open till the time you enter the exam hall. It makes the mind strained and leads to confusion and nervousness. Leave the books at home while going to the examination place. Sociology is the study of human social behaviour and its origins, it development, organisations, and institutions. Sounds easy. Isn’t it? But, it’s not all that easy to clear a social science exam. With CBSE board examination 
    Let’s have a quick look at the syllabus:
    Indian Society
    1. Introducing Indian Society Non evaluative
    2. Demographic Structure & Indian Society
    3. Social Institutions-Continuity and change
    4. Market as a Social Institution
    5. Pattern of Social Inequality and Exclusion
    6. Challenges of Cultural Diversity
    7. Suggestions for Project Work Non evaluative

    Change and Development in Indian Society

    8. Structural Change
    9. Cultural Change
    10. The Story of Democracy
    11. Change and Development in Rural Society
    12. Change and Development in Industrial Society
    13. Globalization and Social Change
    14. Mass Media and Communications
    15. Social Movements
  • All the Best!
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