TARGET BATCH:- CBSE NCERT ACADEMICS + UPSC FOUNDATION
This course is specially designed for students moving from class X TO XI based on bassic academics and upsc foundation first time facing the new subjects The main purpose is to cover the NCERT syllabus with refernce to UPSC (foundation) and to provide the knowledge for academic exams and dealing with new subjects. We teach concepts from a basic level hence this program offers the convenience of managing a comprehensive syllabus without compromising the school’s curriculum.
WHAT IS A HUMANITIES STREAM
HUMANITIES encompass the study of diverse subjects falling under arts, languages, and research techniques. Thus, a degree in the humanities will entail studying subjects such as history, political science, philosophy, economics, literature, performing arts, and similar subjects.
More often than not, a degree or a postgraduate program in the humanities serves as a platform to “discover” a student’s innate yearning for a particular branch of study, say, Creative Writing or Health Economics. These UG and PG programs in Humanities are neither narrow in scope nor limited in opportunities; rather, they offer a wide and expansive scope for research and higher studies in a range of subjects.
WHY HUMANITIES STREAM AFTER 10
The Humanities stream has a variety of subjects that can give you exciting career opportunities. Choosing humanities after class 10 will pave the way for some exciting new career options. Students who wish to pursue mass media, journalism, studying history, geography, and other liberal arts should opt for this stream. The subjects are wide-ranging and give the students an insight into human cultures, behaviors, evolution, and so forth.
The humanities stream has come up in the last few years as a major field of study. Unlike the olden days, it is now seen as a study of the human culture comparing it to today’s context. Humanities can also be taken along with math’s which opens up possibilities for courses like Animation, Flight Crew Attendant, and other courses that will take your career to new heights.
LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR HUMANITIES STUDENTS
The subjects that are generally offered in humanities are; English, History, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Fashion Studies, Hindi, or Sanskrit.
WHY UPSC CIVIL SERVICES
Civil services have the highest prestige when it comes to government jobs. They derive a high level of social respect besides job satisfaction for a person who intends to serve the public. However, if you wish to achieve success in the IAS exam, you should plan as early as passing the 10th. However, at this early stage, you may be in a dilemma of not being aware of the subjects or the stream, which could help the long term crack the IAS exam.
WHY YOU SHOULD OPT FOR HUMANITIES?
At a later stage, while preparing for the IAS exam, it will be a matter of revision for the Humanities students, while others have to cover them from scratch.
Humanities students read History, Political Science, Economics, Social Science, and Geography as their core subjects. If a student clarifies his/her basics at an early stage, he/she would have covered a substantial part of the CSE syllabus.
Moreover, the main paper has additional subjects like Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology, Disaster Management, Ethics, etc. These are available as options for the Humanities students.
HUMANITIES FOR IAS / CSE PREPARATION
While looking for the IAS exam preparation, you should not ignore the fundamentals; you study at the early stage. The school syllabus provides the proper foundations for the general studies paper for UPSC preparation after the 10th. Later, if you opt for any guidance, you are asked to refer to the school syllabus for various Humanities subjects to develop a proper foundation.
Besides, if you have in mind which group is best after the 10th for IAS? As explained above, the humanities stand apart. It has an additional advantage beyond the preparation for general studies; you can opt for any humanities subject as your option for the mains exam. It seems the icing on the cake for the humanities students.