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Online Coaching for Indian Economics Services and Other Courses

IES, IAS Economics Optional & UGC Net Economics Preparation

Online Courses: Indian Economic Services, IAS Economics Optional, UGC Net Economics

January 22, 2022
NEW ONLINE BATCH : LIVE CLASSES : INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES 2021 / INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (ECONOMICS OPTIONAL) : 5TH SEPTEMBER 2021, 9 AM
NEW ONLINE BATCH : LIVE CLASSES : INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES 2021 / INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (ECONOMICS OPTIONAL) : 5TH SEPTEMBER 2021, 9 AM

Indian Economic Services Coaching with live online classes and separate platform for Recordings. Day/s of classes : Monday to Friday Timings : 10 AM tentatively Number of Classes per week : Five classes  Number of Hours per week : 5-6 Hours Online Platform : Yes Will I be given Recordings ? You will be given an online platform on which all recordings are uploaded. What if I miss any online class ? You are given recordings daily, so you need not worry about it. I cannot attend live classes, as I have college/ work etc? You are given recordings, and after going through recordings at your own pace, you can ask doubts on the platform What all you will cover in the course ? Paper 1, 2, 3 and 4 for IES and Complete Paper 1 and 2 for IAS Economics Optional Will it be strictly according to the syllabus? Yes, that is why, we have live classes. They (live classes) help in streamlining the course as we go on. Will you cover every topic in the live class? Mostly yes. Sometimes we will also be giving you recordings to be done before or after the class. They will also be uploaded in the same folder, where other current live classes are...

January 22, 2022
WEEK 7 (DAY 1) : THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION: GENERAL ECONOMICS PAPER 1-INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES
WEEK 7 (DAY 1) : THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION: GENERAL ECONOMICS PAPER 1-INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES

Happy New Year. I am back after the break, several things happened in this break, life took over, you know. Anyways, let us start from where we stopped. I made two videos today. Marginal Productivity Theory and Demand Curve for Labour Product Exhaustion Theorem and Adding Up Problem Happy Studying For any queries related to the course, pls call us 9999886629

January 22, 2022
WEEK 6 : WELFARE ECONOMICS AND THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION : GENERAL ECONOMICS PAPER I : INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES
WEEK 6 : WELFARE ECONOMICS AND THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION : GENERAL ECONOMICS PAPER I : INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES

This week, I have not been able to upload videos, as my father was hospitalised. He is fine now. I created some lessons but did not get time to upload them. Anyhow, my speed, which I pulled up last to last week, was halted a little due to these unforeseen circumstances previous week. I planned to complete, Welfare economics and Theory of Distribution by last week only, but could not do so. I will try to do them as soon as possible. This week I made a little dent on Theory of Distribution and Game Theory and made notes and recorded them, on the following topics. Ricardian Theory of Rent Quasi Rent, Transfer Earning, Economic Rent Compensation Principle: Hicks Compensation Principle and Kaldor Neoclassical Theory of Distribution: Marginal Productivity Theory Product Exhaustion Theorem and Adding up Controversy Game Theory Concepts: Dominant Strategy Equilibrium and Nash Equilibrium Repeated Games, Sequential Games, Normal form games Mixed Strategy Equilibrium  For any queries regarding the course, kindly call up or mail us Happy Studying Nishant 9999886629

January 22, 2022
WEEK 5 : WELFARE ECONOMICS : GENERAL ECONOMICS PAPER I : INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES
WEEK 5 : WELFARE ECONOMICS : GENERAL ECONOMICS PAPER I : INDIAN ECONOMIC SERVICES

This week was my vacation time, my students have exams, so this time of the year, we have some time off, but in reality, I didn’t have much, just immediately after coming back, I sat with recording these videos. Particularly, I made videos on Pareto efficiency, I went deeper into the topic, covering Chapters 31, 32 and 33 from Varian. These still pertain to Topic 5, Welfare Economics, General Economics Paper I. These are some of the most beautifully written chapters, with so much of information and concepts written in between the lines. When Varian writes, sometimes it is so crisp, that it will open up, only when you spend sometime with the text, trying to absorb it, slowly. You as a student and I as a teacher, should genuinely appreciate the amount of information given in these chapters and curiosity they build up, in us. If we just cursorily look and read these topics, they will not make much sense, so my suggestion is, read them several times, slowly and write them alongside. Pareto Efficiency Equation of a Contract Curve and Proof of a Walras Law Existence of a Competitive Equilibrium Proof and Numerical Examples First Welfare Theorem and Second Welfare Theorem...