Course Start Date: 22nd JAN 2019

Class Schedule : Mon to Fri (2.5 to 3 PM)

No of Sessions : 75 – 85 Lectures

Course Fee – 42480

Subscription Validity : 4 Months (120 Days – Regular Viewing) + 1 Month (30 Days – Revision)

Study Material : Will be dispatched 15-20 Days after Enrollment | Currently Material is getting updated

Syllabus Coverage :

Paper – I

Advanced Micro Economics
Advanced Macro Economics
Money – Banking and Finance
International Economics
Growth and Development

Paper – II

​Indian Economy in Pre :- Independence Era
Indian Economy after Independence

Included Test Series:

Total Test: 12 Test (Along with Test Discussion and Model Answer)

Paper-1- 8 test
Paper 2- 4 test

Course Curriculum

Class Lectures
ECONOMIC OPTIONAL MAINS PAPER I & II 2019 02:00:00
Notes – Advanced Macro Economics 02:00:00
Notes – Advanced Micro Economics 01:00:00
Notes – Growth & Development – Previous Year Question Paper 02:00:00
Notes – International Economics – Previous Year Question Paper 02:00:00
NOTES – Money – Banking & Finance – Previous Year Question Paper 01:00:00
Notes – Welfare Economics – Previous Year Question Paper 01:00:00
Notes – trade and development 02:00:00
Toppers Answer Sheet 00:00:00
Good Answer Copies 00:03:00
Paper II (Topic wise) Previous year Questions 02:00:00
Paper I (Topic wise) Previous year Questions 02:00:00
Lecture-001 MICRO/ MKT STRUCTURE/ PERFECT COMPETITION / CONSTANT, INCREASING & DECREASING COST INDUSTRY FREE 02:24:00
LECTURE-002 MICRO/ MKT STRUCTURE/ OLIGOPOLY/ COURNOT MODEL & STACKELBERG MODEL 02:08:00
Lecture-003 MKT STRUCTURE/ COLLUSIVE OLIGOPOLY/ PRICE LEADERSHIP & CARTEL 02:24:00
Lecture-004 MKT STRUCTURE/ BAIN’S LIMIT PRICE THEORY/ GAME THEORY/ PRISONERS DILEMMA & NASH EQUILIBRIUM 02:07:00
Lecture-005 MKT STRUCTURE/ BAIN’S LIMIT PRICE THEORY/ GAME THEORY/ PRISONERS DILEMMA & NASH EQUILIBRIUM 01:54:00
Lecture-006 MKT STRUCTURE/ MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION/ CHAMBERLIN MODEL 02:01:00
Lecture-007 MKT STRUCTURE/ CHAMBERLIN MODEL & excess capacity/ MONOPOLY- LERNER INDEX 01:59:00
Lecture – 008 & 009 – MKT structure/monopoly/lerner index/Price discrimination/peak load pricing & two part tariff 03:11:00
Lecture-010 MACRO/ CLASSICAL MODEL/ CLASSICAL AS 02:11:00
Lecture-011 MACRO/CLASSICAL MODEL/ QUANTITY THEORY OF MONEY 02:07:00
Lecture-012 MACRO/ POLICY IMPLICATIONS IN CLASSICAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL 02:19:00
Lecture-013 MACRO/ KEYNESIAN MODEL/ MULTIPLIER & BALANCED BUDGET MULTIPLIER 02:00:00
Lecture-014 Macro/IS -LM- DERIVATION,SLOPE & SHIFT/ SIMULTANEOUS equilibrium of goods mkt & money mkt 02:04:00
Lecture-015 MACRO/ IS-LM/ MONETARY POLICY & TRANSMISSION MECHANISM/ FISCAL POLICY & CROWDING OUT 01:50:00
Lecture-016 MACRO/ POLICY IMPLICATIONS IN DIFFERENT SUPPLY ASSUMPTIONS/ KEYNESIAN DEMAND FOR MONEY 02:09:00
Lecture-016(A) – Paper-1/ TOPIC- MACRO/ IS -LM/ policy mix & composition of output/ Policy implication in different supply assumptions _ 02:06:00
Lecture-016(B) – Paper-1/TOPIC- MACRO/ IS -LM/ KEYNESIAN DEMAND FOR MONEY/ TRANSACTION, PRECAUTIONARY & SPECULATIVE MOTIVE 01:47:00
Lecture-017 MICRO/ MARSHALLIAN & WALRASIAN APPROACH 01:43:00
Economics(Opt) Test Series- 001(Paper-I) 02:00:00
Economics(Opt) Test Series- 002 (Paper-I) 02:00:00
Lecture-018 MICRO/ WELFARE ECONOMICS/ PARETO CRITERIA OF EFFICIENCY FREE 02:14:00
Lecture-019 MICRO/WELFARE ECO/ PARETO/ KALDOR-HICKS/ SCITOVSKY CRITERIA 02:02:00
Lecture-020 MICRO/ WELFARE/ BERGSON-SAMUELSON WELFARE FUNCTION/ Ist & 2nd theorem of WELFARE ECONOMICS 01:53:00
Lecture-021(A) MICRO/WELFARE/WALRAS LAW/ ARROW’S IMPOSSIBILITY THEOREM/ A.K.SEN WELFARE FUNCTION 01:50:00
Lecture-021(B) MICRO/WELFARE ECONOMICS/ARROW & A.K SEN WELFARE FUNCTION 01:31:00
LECTURE-022 International economics / Ricardian model / comparative cost advantage theory FREE 01:51:00
LECTURE-023 International economics / H-O MODEL_ 01:58:00
LECTURE-024 International economics/ H- O MODEL- Gains from trade/ Factor price equalization/ Leontief Parodox 02:00:00
LECTURE-025 International economics/ STANDARD TRADE MODEL / EFFECT OF GROWTH ON TOT & WELFARE/ IMMISERIZING GROWTH 01:55:00
LECTURE – 026 International economics/ EFFECT OF import tariff/ export subsidy/ Metzler paradox / Specific factor model 02:00:00
LECTURE-027 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ NEW TRADE THEORY/ INTER- INDUSTRY & INTRA- INDUSTRY TRADE 01:43:00
LECTURE-028 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ DUMPING/ EXTERNAL ECONOMIES/ OFFER CURVE 02:00:00
LECTURE-029 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ EFFECT ON OFFER CURVE DUE TO GROWTH, IMPORT TARRIF, EXPORT SUBSIDY/ TECNOLOGY GAP MOEL & PRODUCT CYCLE MODEL 02:02:00
Lecture – 030(A) INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ INSTRUMENT OF TRADE POLICY/ EXPORT TARIFF & IMPORT QUOTA 01:53:00
Lecture – 030(B) INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ INSTRUMENT OF TRADE POLICY/ EXPORT TARIFF & IMPORT QUOTA 00:00:00
Lecture – 030(C) International ECONOMICS OFFER CURVE & GROWTH, tarrif, subsidy/ RYBZYNSKI THEOREM 01:39:00
Lecture-031 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT/ HARROD-DOMAR MODEL / SOLOW MODEL 02:20:00
Lecture-032 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT SOLOW- GOLDEN RULE LEVEL OF CAPITAL & TRANSITION PATH 01:59:00
LECTURE-033 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT/ SOLOW MODEL/ TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS/ CONVERGENCE 01:51:00
Lecture 034 – GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT/ ENDOGENOUS GROWTH THEORY/ AK MODEL/ ROMER MODEL / NEW GROWTH THEORY/ HUMAN CAPITAL 02:21:00
Lecture 35 – GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT/ DOMAR MODEL/ HARROD’S INSTABILITY PROBLEM & KNIFE- EDGE BALANCE 01:52:00
LECTURE – 036 Growth & DEVELOPMENT LEWIS MODEL & HARRIS-TODARO MODEL 02:36:00
LECTURE-037 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT BALANCED & UNBALANCED GROWTH STRATEGY 01:59:00
LECTURE-038 Growth & DEVELOPMENT Myrdal THEORY & critical minimum effort THEORY/Rostow stages of growth 01:57:00
Lecture 039 – Money-banking & finance/ Demand for money/ BAUMOL- TOBIN MODEL OF CASH MGMT./ TOBIN & FRIEDMAN APPROACH 02:11:00
LECTURE-040 Money-banking & finance/H- Theory of money supply/ Money multiplier / INCIDENCE OF TAX 01:54:00
LECTURE-041 Money-banking & finance/ WAGNER’S LAW/ WISEMAN-PEACOCK HYPOTHESIS/ CANONS OF TAXATION & PUBLIC EXPENDITURE 01:48:00
Lecture 042 – Money -banking & finance/ APPROACHES TO TAX-EQUITY/ BENEFIT & ABILITY TO PAY PRINCIPLE 01:39:00
Lecture – 043 MONEY-BANKING & FINANCE/ TAXATION & ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY/ OPTIMAL TAXATION – 29th Mar 01:30:00
Lecture-044 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ BOP & EXCHANGE RATE- BASIC CONCEPTS – 1st Apr 01:49:00
Lecture-045 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ MUNDELL- FLEMING MODEL 01:54:00
Lecture 046 – International economics/ EXPENDITURE reducing & Switching policy/automatic adjustment/ J CURVE 01:47:00
Lecture-047 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ SALTER-SWAN diagram/ Absorbing & elasticity approach / PPP Theory/ MONETARY approach to E 01:47:00
Lecture-048 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ MONETATY APPROACH TO BOP/ EXCHANGE RATE OVER SHOOTING/ INTEREST PARITY APPROACH/ DD & AA SC 01:50:00
Lecture-049 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ TEMPORARY & PERMANENT CHANGE IN MP & FP 01:42:00
Lecture-050 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ BOP CRISIS & CAPITAL FLIGHT/ SPECULATIVE ATTACK / ASSET MKT MODEL / POLICY MIX 01:42:00
Lecture-051 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/MUNDELL-FLEMING( with imperfect capital mobility)/ CUSTOM UNION & FREE TRADE AREA 01:42:00
Lecture-052 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS/ TRADE POLICY in developing countries/ Brander-Spencer analysis/ Trade as engine of growth 01:32:00
Trade & Development Notes 02:00:00
Global Economy and the poor Notes 02:00:00
Lecture-053 MICRO/ THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION/ MARGINAL PRODUCTIVITY THEORY/ MONOPOLISTIC & MONOPSONISTIC EXPLOITATION OF LABOUR 01:49:00
Lecture-054 MICRO/ DISTRIBUTION THEORY/Rent & Quasi-Rent/KALDOR/ RICARDO THEORY OF DISTRIBUTION 01:53:00
Lecture-055 MICRO/ KALECKI THEORY/ PRODUCTION & COST 01:47:00
Lecture-056 MICRO/ COST / CONSUMER THEORY 01:56:00
Lecture-057 MICRO/ MKT FAILURE/ EXTERNALITY/ PUBLIC GOOD/ ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION 01:48:00
Lecture-058 MACRO/ NEW CLASSICAL & NEW KEYNESIAN/ FOOLING MODEL/ RBC MODEL /DSGE MODEL 02:06:00
LECTURE-059 MACROINFLATION & UNEMPLOYMENT natural rate of unemployment AD-AS POLICY IMPLICATION 01:53:00
LECTURE-060 MACRO PHILLIPS CURVE OKUNS LAW monetarist view of inflation – 8th Aug.mov 02:05:00
LECTURE-061/ MACRO/ EFFECT OF MONEY GROWTH/ SACRIFICE RATIO/ RATIONAL & ADAPTIVE EXPECTATION 01:56:00
LECTURE-062 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT HDIENVIRONMENT & DEVELOPMENT MNC & FDI 02:01:00
Lecture 063 – GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT/ shadow price / FDI & MNC/ planning/ sustainable development 02:18:00
Lecture – 064 – ENVIRONMENT & DEVELOPMENT/ REGULATING POLLUTION 00:41:00
Lecture 001(INDIAN ECONOMIC) – Growth record of Indian Economy FREE 01:55:00
Lecture 002(Paper – II) – Growth Record 01:06:00
Lecture – 003(Paper – II)- Growth record-story of sustained saving & investment_ 01:51:00
Lecture – 004(Paper – II) – State level growth & Demography – Demographic Transition_ 01:30:00
Lecture 005(Paper – II) – Demographic Dividend & Economics Growth & Poverty – Tendulkar Committee_1 01:56:00
Lecture – 006 – Poverty Rangrajan Committee 01:46:00
Lecture 007(Paper – II) – Service Sector 01:40:00
Lecture – 008(Paper – II) – Agriculture – Performance of agriculture_ 01:45:00
Lecture – 009(Paper – II) – Agriculture – Green Revolution_ 01:44:00
Lecture 010(Paper – II) – Agriculture -Price Policy_ 01:31:00
Lecture 011(Paper – II) – Industry_ 01:34:00
Lecture 012(Paper – II) – Industry industrial performance_ 01:42:00
Lecture 013(Paper – II) – Industry MSME problems & policy & PSE_ 01:39:00
Lecture-014 DISINVESTMENT & NEW INDUSTRIAL POLICY_ 01:38:00
Lecture-015(Paper II) External sector_ 01:42:00
Lecture-016 Fiscal sector reform & GST_ 01:26:00
Lecture-017(Paper ll) – India’s Financial Sector- Banking reform_ 01:49:00
Lecture – 018(Papar ll) – WTO & INDIA (Paper – I & II)_ 01:37:00
Lecture – 019( Paper II) – Foreign exchange mgmt in India/CAC & Inequality_ 01:37:00
Lecture – 020( Paper II) – Land refirm/Human capital_ 01:32:00
Discussion of test 04 & 07(paper-II) FOR correct sequence of question discussed in class follow this question paper (attached)_ 02:02:00
Current Topics – NITI aayog document for prelims & mains & Union Budget & Economic survey 1st class_1 FREE 02:22:00
Lecture 002 – NITI AAYOG- STRATEGY FOR NEW INDIA @75_ 02:11:00
Lecture 003 – NITI AAYOG & ECO SURVEY/ MONETARY POLICY INSTRUMENTS/ DOUBLING FARMER’S INCOME_ 02:08:00
Lecture 004 – GS Economy_ 02:11:00
Lecture 005 – NITI AAYOG & ECONOMIC SURVEY / MSME / INDUSTRY/ INDIA YEAR BOOK_ 02:08:00
Lecture 006 – WTO/IMF/WORLD BANK & ECONOMIC SURVEY-Social sector_ 02:10:00
Lecture 007 – _____________ 01:45:00

Course Reviews

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  1. i have never seen a teacher like Ravindran N Jha sir …really salute to him …i m
    struggling for the clearity of concepts of economics ….but after enrolling in classroom
    program my concepts got crystal clear my basics ,my small small doubts .,,sir had
    cleared it very nicely ….really i m lucky enough to be a student of him ….who always
    supported me wherever i got stucked …test series also is very excellent it gives us an
    idea how to deal nd attempt questions ….i really recommend everyone who are
    intersted in taking Economics as optional pls take classes from him without any wastage
    of time ….instead of going here nd there …mistake which I hve done ….All the best to all
    of u nd once again very very thankful to sir
    Payal Gupta

  2. AKSHAY SUNIL

    I joined the Mains Test series for my economics Optional at Bliss Point. Jha sir’s personal feedback sessions were really helpful to get rid of conceptual ambiguities. Regularity with the test series made sure that I covered all the topics in the syllabus and that I was able to finish the paper during the actual examination in time.

    Agarwal Akshay sunil

    AIR – 43

    CSE – 2018

  3. Economics Optional

    I had taken the Test series for economics optionals (civil services) at BLISS POINT STUDIES , conducted by Ravindra N jha. The questions were of good quality and the discussion classes post each test was very helpful.
    Thanks

    CSE-2018

    AIR-725

    Zenden Lingzerpa

  4. Economics Optional Test Series

    I attended the test series for economics optional at Bliss Point Studies and I found it
    very useful. The tests were of UPSC standard and the checking really helped me
    improve my content for the actual exam. The test discussions with Jha Sir helped solve
    the doubts in a lucid manner. Also the staff, especially Khan sir was very very
    supportive and cordial all throughout.”
    PALASH BANSAL
    (AIR – 112)

  5. Test Serries

    The test series at Bliss Point helped me in my preparation of Economics optional and in objectively evaluating my performance. The flexibility to write the tests as and when convenient was an added bonus. Ravindra Jha Sir was a big support and provided guidance not only for Mains but also for the interview.

    AIR – 337

    Score UPSC Civil Services 2017: Paper 1: 120/250; Paper 2: 141/250 (Total 261/500)

    SANJALA SHARMA

    ROLL NO-0012783

  6. Economics Optional

    Bliss point is only credible test series provider for Economics Optional for Civil Services
    Examination. I am thankful to Ravindra Sir for his efforts that helped me improve my
    economics optional score. Ravindra Sir provides personal guidance and careful
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    AMIT SAGWAN

  7. Economics Optional

    I did economics paper 1 & paper 2 course under the guidance of Ravindra Jha sir at Bliss Point studies. With a pre requisite of a good ncert base one can complete the ten months vast optional syllabus in just 4-5 months in an easy interpretation and develop command over it writing the test series which is the most effective part that boosts one’s confidence and preparation both.

    Pranay Mohan

  8. Test Series

    The test series provided by Ravindra Sir is highly beneficial. It provides a comprehensive coverage of all the topics. More importantly the test discussions are very useful for understanding the correct answer writing approach. I have gained immensely from the guidance of Ravindra Sir.

    AIR – 204

    Score UPSC Civil Services 2017: Paper 1: 143/250; Paper 2: 142/250 (Total 285/500)

    CHARU SHARMA

    ROLL NO-0153979

  9. Economics Optional

    Bliss point IAS Economics optional classes are very thorough and effective. Seeing the vastness of the optional syllabus bliss point’s well organised lectures help understanding and covering the syllabus and all relevant topics not explicitly mentioned in syllabus efficiently. Concepts are first properly explained and then class notes are dictated for each and every topic making it easier to learn and retain. All the questions asked in past year papers are covered in classes very well. Doubts are cleared during the class itself if asked and after the class if asked separately. Regular tests help in preparation and analysing progress.

    Rakesh

  10. Test Series

    The test series provided by Ravindra Sir is highly beneficial. It comprehensively covers the entire syllabus and is well structured. It is almost indispensable for mains preparation. More importantly, the test discussions held after each test are very useful for content enhancement and answer writing approach. I have gained immensely from the guidance of Ravindra Sir and am thankful for his constant support.

    Thanks.

    Indra Badan Jha
    AIR-102
    CSE-2018
    MARKS IN ECONOMICS OPTIONAL -335 (Highest score)

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