CUET Sociology 2023 course is structured according to the syllabus prescribed by National Testing Agency (NTA). KaunsaCollege is a platform that provides best educators, video lectures chapter wise with doubt clearing session, quizzes, weekly tests, notes and experientially learning for the students. The syllabus is divided into ten comprehensive units comprising of different chapter of sociology. These units and chapters are as follows: 1. Structure of Indian Society • Introducing Indian Society: Colonialism, Nationalism, Class, and Community. • Demographic Structure. • Rural-Urban Linkages and Divisions. 2. Social Institutions: Continuity and Change • Family and Kinship. • The Caste System. • Tribal Society. • The Market as a Social Institution. 3. Social Inequality and Exclusion • Caste Prejudice, Scheduled Castes, and Other Backward Classes. • The marginalization of Tribal Communities. • The Struggle for Women’s Equality. • The Protection of Religious Minorities. • Caring for the Differently Abled. 4. The Challenges of Unity in Diversity • Problems of Communalism, Regionalism, Casteism, and Patriarchy. • Role of the State in a Plural, and Unequal Society. • What We Share. 5. Process of Social Change in India • Process of Structural Change: Colonialism, Industrialisation, Urbanisation. • Process of Cultural Change: Modernization, Westernisation, Sanskritisation, Secularisation. • Social Reform Movements and Laws. 6. Social Change and the Polity • The Constitution as an instrument of Social Change. • Parties, Pressure Groups, and Democratic Politics. • Panchayati Raj and the Challenges of Social Transformation. 7. Social Change and the Economy • Land Reforms, the Green Revolution, and Agrarian Society. • From Planned Industrialisation to Liberalisation. • Changes in the Class Structure. 8. Arenas of Social Change • Media and Social Change • Globalization and Social Change 9. New Arenas of Social Change • Media and Social Change. • Globalization and Social Change. 10. Social Movements • Class-Based Movements: Workers, Peasants. • Caste-Based Movements: Dalit Movement, Backward Castes, Trends in Upper Caste Responses. • Women’s Movements in Independent India. • Tribal Movements. • Environmental Movements.