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Mathematics Optional Foundation Course with Test Series
for CSE 2025 and 2026

Selecting the right optional subject during preparation plays a major role in increasing the chances of success in UPSC Civil Services Examination. Apart from the genuine interest in the subject, the aspirant must make a note about the scoring pattern along with the time required for comprehensive coverage of the syllabus.

Mathematics is an optional subject, especially for those aspirants who have a passion and flair for Maths. It has proved to be rewarding for aspirants as the successful students bagging relatively better scores in comparison to other conventional options like History, Sociology and Anthropology.

Students find it quite interesting to practice questions while developing concepts, thus honing the needed skills to score high in this subject.

Why Mathematics as an Optional?

There are several compelling reasons why choosing Mathematics as an optional subject for the UPSC Civil Services Examination can be advantageous:

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Scoring Potential: Mathematics is known for its objective nature, which often leads to more accurate evaluation and scoring. With proper understanding and practice, it is possible to consistently score well in Mathematics.

Predictability: The syllabus for Mathematics is well-defined and doesn't undergo frequent changes. This makes it easier to predict and prepare for the examination.

Consistency: Mathematics offers a consistent scoring pattern, with a limited scope for subjectivity in evaluation. This makes it a reliable option for candidates who prefer a more structured and predictable examination process.

Availability of Study Material: Due to its popularity, there is a wide range of study materials, textbooks, and resources available specifically for Mathematics as an optional subject. This abundance of study material simplifies the preparation process.

Availability of Expert Guidance: As Mathematics is a popular optional subject, there are numerous coaching institutes and experienced mentors who can provide expert guidance and support during the preparation journey.

Academic Background: Candidates with a strong academic background in Mathematics, such as engineering or science graduates, may find it easier to grasp and excel in this subject.

Current Trends:In recent years, there has been a noticeable trend of Mathematics optional candidates achieving high ranks in the UPSC examination. This demonstrates the potential and success of choosing Mathematics as an optional subject.

Inclusion in IFoS: Mathematics as an optional subject is not only relevant for the Civil Services Examination but also for the Indian Forest Service (IFoS) examination. This dual-purpose option expands the opportunities for candidates.

Overall, Mathematics offers scoring potential, predictability, availability of study material and expert guidance, consistency, and various other advantages that make it a popular choice as an optional subject for the UPSC Civil Services Examination.

Course Features

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    Printed workbooks for notes making.

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    Assignment booklets for extensive practice, apart from PYQs.

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    Comprehensive coverage of topics like Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics, and Fluid Dynamics.

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    Doubt session for online students just after the class.

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    Class tests at regular intervals.

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    Test series with 18 tests (8 sectionals and 10 full-length).

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    Personalised mentorship.

Course Features

Offline Economics Optional Course

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    Quality teaching focusing on conceptual clarity by Vibhas Jha Sir.

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    Comprehensive coverage of UPSC CSE Economics (Optional) and Indian Economy (GS) syllabus

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    Individual attention with personalized guidance and support.

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    Test series with 8 tests (4 sectionals and 4 fulllength) and 6 practice tests.

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    Inclusion of IES and RBI Grade B/DEPR exam coverage at no extra cost.

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    Additional 60 hours of teaching for IES and RBI Grade B (DR) DEPR exam aspirants.

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    GS and English will also be taught to IES and RBI Grade B (DR) DEPR students.

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    Test series with 8 tests (4 sectionals and 4 full-length).

Online Economics Optional Course

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    Quality teaching focusing on conceptual clarity by Vibhas Jha Sir.

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    Comprehensive coverage of UPSC CSE Economics (Optional) and Indian Economy (GS) syllabus

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    Individual attention with personalized guidance and support.

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    Test series with 8 tests (4 sectionals and 4 fulllength) and 6 practice tests.

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    Inclusion of IES and RBI Grade B/DEPR exam coverage at no extra cost.

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    Additional 60 hours of teaching for IES and RBI Grade B (DR) DEPR exam aspirants.

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    GS and English will also be taught to IES and RBI Grade B (DR) DEPR students.

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    Test series with 8 tests (4 sectionals and 4 full-length).

Access and Support:

  • Access for offline students will be provided on-demand via email, considering exam schedules or medical conditions.
  • They can access up to a maximum of 20 days throughout the course, either intermittently or consecutively, upon submission of relevant supporting documents.
  • Missed class backup will be available for offline students, with systems designated for viewing 1 or 2 missed lectures in the institute. Students can book slots to watch missed lecture videos in the institute.

Revision Backup:

  • 30 days access post-course completion or 30 days access after prelims for both offline and online batches.

About the Faculty

  • Mr. Vibhas Jha is an eminent faculty of Economics (Optional) and Indian Economy (GS) for UPSC preparation.
  • He has been teaching and guiding many UPSC CSE aspirants for the past 23 years. Toppers like Vidushi Singh (AIR-13, 2022), Ayush Goel & (AIR-171,2022) and many others have gained forn his guidance.
  • He holds a Ph.D. in Economics & Research Head (India) from MIT Sloan School.
  • He has been an Assistant Professor at Delhi School of Economics (2001-2004).
  • He has published his works in Indian Economic Review, Harvard Economic Review, MIT Review etc.

Batch Details

Mathematics Optional Foundation Course with Test Series for CSE 2025 & 2026

Batch Venue Start Date Time Duration Fee  
Offline ORN 10th June, 2024 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM
(6 Days a week)
6 Months Rs. 55,085 + GST Enroll Now
Online - 10th June, 2024 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM
(6 Days a week)
6 Months Rs. 55,085 + GST Enroll Now
Note:
  • Discount for Ex-NEXT IAS GS Foundation course students.
  • For Detailed Admission Procedure Click Here
  • Venue: Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi.
  • All Live/Online courses are available on Windows, Android Phone, Apple iOS, Apple MacBook and iPad.
  • For any query please contact at +91-8081300200

An understanding of economy is a prerequisite for an Indian Administrative Officer (IAS officer). Economics is an inherent part of governance and policy planning. Studying Economics as an optional subject for UPSC CSE diversifies the perspective of aspirants for all the stages of the exam.

All the concepts of Economics as an optional subject will be simplified by the best faculty for the subject - Vibhas Jha Sir in the Economics Optional Foundation Course offered by NEXT IAS. All the concepts of Economics as an optional subject will be simplified by the best faculty for the subject - Vibhas Jha Sir in the Economics Optional Foundation Course offered by NEXT IAS.

All the concepts of Economics as an optional subject will be simplified by the best faculty for the subject - Vibhas Jha Sir in the Economics Optional Foundation Course offered by NEXT IAS. All the concepts of Economics as an optional subject will be simplified by the best faculty for the subject - Vibhas Jha Sir in the Economics Optional Foundation Course offered by NEXT IAS.

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