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Download Sociology NCERT - Social Change and Development in India

Nov 10, 2015 14:42 IST

    Change is the only constant thing in the whole world. Continuity of the Social traditions as well as the social evil side by side is a feature of Indian Society. Education has made its impact but the roots of social evils are so strong that on the societal level these changes are negligible.
    Modernisation of Indian Tradition and Indianisation of the Modern Innovation are the two processes which need to be understood in their entirety. Due to the huge market which our nation provides, each of the Western tradition has to mould its innovation for the Indian needs. We can see that Dowry is still persisting in the Indian Society and the surprise truth is that it is more concentrated in the high Class sections of the Indian Society.

    Google, Microsoft, Facebook and the other big companies are eyeing the Indian Market and it compels the western Corporate to provide the custom solutions to the Indian Customers due to the heterogeneity of the Indian Society. IN the whole process, they influence the Indian society also and hence the society gets transformed.

    It is very important to understand this Social transition and the candidates should write these things in their answers to achieve good rank in the final result of IAS Exam.

    Following are the chapters of the Social Change and Development NCERT book

    Chapter 1 Structural Change

    Chapter 2 Cultural Change

    Chapter 3 The Story of Indian Democracy

    Chapter 4 Change and Development in Rural Society

    Chapter 5 Change and Development in Industrial Society

    Chapter 6 Globalisation and Social Change

    Chapter 7 Mass Media and Communications

    Chapter 8 Social Movements

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