Indian Economy for IAS examination is a major portion for both the stages – Prelims and Mains. UPSC Economy questions in Prelims are of two types. First, UPSC asks questions related to basic concepts of Economics such as Marginal Productivity of Labor, National Income, CRR, SLR etc. Second, UPSC questions can be factual.
Preparation of Indian Economy for IAS: This class is systematically built to robust preparation for both the stages of the exam. Right from the beginning of the class, the synergetic way of teaching is developed so that preparation of UPSC Economy is integrated for both Prelims and Mains.
All the basic concepts of Economics which are relevant for the Indian Economy for IAS are taught in the class. Keeping the Prelims in the mind the important unified with the basic concepts are provided so that there will be no need of cramming the facts separately. Students are asked to answer important questions based on both the facts and the concepts during the class of Indian Economy for IAS and all doubts of students are cleared.
With Mains point of view, UPSC Economy is covered with a considerable depth. The critical thinking of students is developed so that they can critically analyze any issue covered under Indian Economy for IAS. All the issues are covered with the multidimensional approach so that the candidates can produce a holistic answer in the UPSC Economy Mains examination.
The current issues of Indian economy or the issue of global economy having implications on Indian economy are covered in-depth. Further, issues interlinked with the other economic conceptions. These help in answering questions like e-commerce with agriculture, corporate farming with land reforms which appeared in the UPSC Economy section of Mains 2015.
Pavan Kumar is among the top faculty of Public Administration in Delhi. Pavan Sir is known for his easy accessibility to the students and in providing constructive & thoughtful analysis about the strengths and weakness of the candidates. With the recent changes made by UPSC in the examination pattern, it has become extremely important for the candidates to develop a holistic approach to their preparation. UPSC is expecting the candidates to understand, assimilate, analyze and apply the concepts to real life situations. Pavan Sir has the unique ability to correlate the concepts and link them to current events (testimonials of our Toppers).
Start Date: 16th August 2017
Class Timing: Monday to Friday, 02:30 pm to 04:30 pm
Number Of Sessions: 25+
Course Validity: 35 days + 15 days for revision
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Requirements: Internet connection (256 kbps or higher) and any computing device that connects to the internet.
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Online classes on neostencil helped me to follow my schedule, while saving a lot of my time. I could dedicate the my time for the preparation of the other subjects and notes without worrying about missing the classes of the course I was enrolled for. The availability of the recorded classes solved a big purpose. indian economy
Benefit of watching the same lecture as many times as I wanted on NeoStencil has been an added advantage for me while preparing for totally alien subject Indian Economy which was ofcourse well supported by Mr. Pavan Kumar’s marvellous way of teaching and making the the basics of this course clear for a beginner like me.