ECOPOINT SINCE 2009

MA Economics Entrance Coaching

ECOPOINT SINCE 2009

MA Economics Entrance Coaching

ECOPOINT SINCE 2009

MA Economics Entrance Coaching

ECOPOINT

ECOPOINT provides Online and Classroom MA Economics Entrance Coaching for DSE/ISI/JNU and other Economics Institutes

Register for a Live Trial Class for M.A. Economics Entrance : New Batch : 22nd September 2022, 2 PM (Tentative Date)

The Entrance for Masters in Economics is a test of concepts, in-depth knowledge of the subject, time management as well as the analytical skills of the students.All aspirants are tested for these skills which are presumed to have been acquired over the course of a student’s entire graduation and are linked to the specific discipline of Economics and related subjects i.e Mathematics and Statistics.
ECOPOINT provides Online Coaching for MA Economics Entrance for institutes of repute such as Delhi School of Economics (DSE), Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Madras School of Economics (MSE), Gokhale Institute of Economics and Political Science (GIPE), Indira Gandhi Institute of Development and Research (IGIDR), Central University of Hyderabad.
ECOPOINT is managed by Delhi School of Economics alumni along with other tutors who come from DSE, ISI and JNU. All study material for MA Economics Entrance Coaching is carefully prepared keeping the pattern of all economics entrance exams in mind.
  • If you are interested in registering for an Online, please click ‘Registration’ page. After giving us a mail, please confirm your registration by messaging/whatsapp at 9999886629. You should get a confirmation message from our side within one day
  • If you have questions regarding our Online course, such as, fees, classes, timings, course structure, you can view FAQ regarding them here
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Highlights of ECOPOINT 2022 Results

Madras School of Economics (MSE), 2022

  • Rank 1 : General Economics : Reva Vijay
  • Rank 2 : General Economics : Gouri G L 
  • Rank 3 : General Economics : Srishti Jain
  • Rank 1 : Financial Economics : Kirti Tyagi
  • Rank 2 : Financial Economics : Reva Vijay
  • Rank 3 : Financial Economics : Gouri G L
  • Rank 1 : Applied Quantitative Finance : Kirti Tyagi
  • Rank 2 : Applied Quantitative Finance : Reva Vijay
  • Rank 3 : Applied Quantitative Finance : Srishti Jain
  • Rank 1 : Environment Economics : Kirti Tyagi
  • Rank 4 : Environment Economics : Gayathri Vemuri
  • Rank 6 : Environment Economics : Khushi Mahajan
  • Rank 1 : Actuarial Economics : Gouri G L
  • Rank 3 : Actuarial Economics : Jagriti Sharma
  • Rank 4 : Acturial Economics : Tanya Choudhary

Shiv Nadar University, 2022

  • Rank 1 : Ayush Sahu
  • Rank 2 : Nihal Sharma
  • Rank 3: Sandeep Kumar Gupta
  • Rank 4 : Kshitiz Kejriwal
  • Rank 6 : Aaditya Jindal
  • Rank 7 : Prachee Gupta
  • Rank 9 : Shrushti Ravindra Jaybhaye
  • Rank 10 : Rahul Chhabra

ISI Merit list , 2022

  • Rank 3 : Gaurav Gandhi 
  • Rank 4 : Gautam Sodani 
  • Rank 5 : Miheer Deepak Athalye 
  • Rank 6 : Radhika Bansal 
  • Rank 8 : Aditya Anand 
  • Rank 9 : Swastik Agrawal 
  • Rank 10 : Prasoon Bajpai
  • Rank 11 : Faizan Mansoori 
  • Rank 13 : Sumiti Manchanda 
  • Rank 16 : Piyush Agrawal 
  • Debarka Patra
  • Ashmita Mehra
  • Abhishek Parida
  • Yash Jain
  • Amisha Lodha
  • Manishi Aggarwal
  • Shubham Jain
  • Varuun A Deshpande
  • Shruti Mittal
  • Aditi Thakur
  • Devanshi Malhotra
  • Rahul Sharma
  • Himan Biswas
  • Rudradeep Sen Sharma
  • Fazal Ahmed
  • Abhinav Soni
  • Manasi Gupta
  • Sudipa Jana
  • Amogh Vishal Sangewar
  • Garima Samraik
  • Kartik Chauhan
  • Rajesh Gopal
  • Pranjal Das

ISI First Allocation list 

  • Gaurav Gandhi
  • Gautam Sodani
  • Miheer Deepak Athalye
  • Radhika Bansal
  • Aditya Anand
  • Swastik Agrawal
  • Prasoon Bajpai
  • Faizan Mansoori
  • Sumiti Manchanda
  • Piyush Agrawal
  • Debarka Patra
  • Ashmita Mehra
  • Abhishek Parida
  • Yash Jain
  • Amisha Lodha
  • Aditi Thakur
  • Himan Biswas
  • Fazal Ahmed
  • Amogh Vishal Sangewar
  • Garima Samraik
  • Kartik Chauhan
  • Rajesh Gopal
  • Pranjal Das

 

IIT JAM 2022

  • Rank 2 : Gautam Sodani
  • Rank 5 : Abhishek Parida
  • Rank 6 : Yash Jain
  • Rank 8 : Rohit Yadav
  • Rank 9 : Ranadeep Das
  • Rank 12 : Amisha Lodha
  • Rank 15 : Radhika Bansal
  • Rank 20 : Saugat Dash
  • Rank 21 : Abhinav
  • Rank 22 : Sumiti Manchanda
  • Rank 24 : Ruchika Beniwal
  • Rank 25 : Gursidak Gagneja
  • Rank 26 : Garima Samraik
  • Rank 30 : Bhawana Khanna
  • Rank 31 : Khushi Shokeen
  • Rank 32 : Aditya Anand
  • Rank 33 : Ishita Sachdeva
  • Rank 34 : Siddharth Kumar
  • Rank 35 : Soumya Kochhar
  • Rank 37 : Gaurav Kumar
  • Rank 38 : Gaurav Gandhi
  • Rank 39 : Ashima Mehra
  • Rank 40 : Jagriti Sharma

Highlights of ECOPOINT Results 2021 (Top Ranks achieved by ECOPOINT 2021 students) 

For ECOPOINT complete results of 2021 of all institutes , please click here 

  • Rank 1 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE) : Shishir K Narwal
  • Rank 3 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE) : Parv Maheshwari
  • Rank 4 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE) : Chandrika Chatterjee
  • Rank 6 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Abhay Gupta
  • Rank 7 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Shubham Sharma
  • Rank 7 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Mahima Yadav
  • Rank 8 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Rohan Dash
  • Rank 9 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Ansh Kumar
  • Rank 9 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Sathish R
  • Rank 10 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Vaishvi
  • Rank 11 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE): Aarohi Sharma
  • Rank 5 : Indian Statistical Institute : Trived Kullappa 
  • Rank 6 : Indian Statistical Institute : Varun Pathak 
  • Rank 9 : Indian Statistical Institute : Mahima Yadav 
  • Rank 13 : Indian Statistical Institute : Shashwat Jain
  • Rank 14 : Indian Statistical Institute :  Sanyam Agarwal
  • Rank 15 : Indian Statistical Institute :  Abhay Gupta
  • Rank 15 : Indian Statistical Institute :  Saurabh Joshi
  • Rank 18 : Indian Statistical Institute :  Ankit Upadhyay
  • Rank 1 : IIT – JAM : Chandrika Chatterjee
  • Rank 2 : IIT – JAM : Ansh Kumar
  • Rank 4 : IIT – JAM : Hansika Diwan
  • Rank 6 : IIT – JAM : Ankit Upadhyay
  • Rank 9 : IIT – JAM : Parv Maheshwari
  • Rank 10 : IIT – JAM : Sabyasachi Roy
  • Rank 1: Madras School of Economics (MSE), General Economics : Varun Pathak
  • Rank 3 : Madras School of Economics (MSE), General Economics : Sanyam Agarwal
  • Rank 1: Madras School of Economics (MSE), Financial Economics : Varun Pathak
  • Rank 2: Madras School of Economics (MSE), Financial Economics : Priyharsh
  • Rank 1: Madras School of Economics (MSE), Environmental Economics : Shubham Sharma
  • Rank 1: Madras School of Economics (MSE), Acturial Economics : Priyharsh
  • Rank 3 : Madras School of Economics (MSE), Acturial Economics : Rishabh Bhansali
  • Rank 1 : Madras School of Economics (MSE), Applied Quantitative Finance (AQF): Varun Pathak
  • Rank 2 : Madras School of Economics (MSE), Applied Quantitative Finance (AQF): Priyharsh
  • Rank 2 : South Asian University (SAU) : Karan Kumar
  • Rank 1 : Gokhale Institute of Economics and Political Science : Medha Verma
  • Rank 2 : Gokhale Institute of Economics and Political Science : Shivam Virmani
  • Rank 1 : Center for Development Studies : Poovitha Murugasamy
  • Rank 1 : Jamia Milia Islamia: Soumya Kochhar
  • Rank 1 : Hyderabad University : Shubham Sharma
  • Rank 2 : Hyderabad University : Amrita Jena
  • Rank 3 : Hyderabad University : Soumya Kochhar
  • Rank 1 : Shiv Nadar University : Akshay Pareek
  • Rank 2 : Shiv Nadar University : Arushi Pathak
  • Indira Gandhi Institute of Research and Development, IGIDR :  Aarohi Sharma
  • Indira Gandhi Institute of Research and Development, IGIDR :  Dhruv Chadha
  • Indira Gandhi Institute of Research and Development, IGIDR : Archita Agarwal

Few questions which students ask us :

  1. I am not from Mathematics background, so what should I do?

You should have Maths, at Class 12th level at least, for the following reasons. Firstly, for few colleges that is a pre requisite. Secondly, this course is going to assume that you will have the knowledge of derivatives, partial derivatives, calculus, functions  and basic coordinate geometry taught in class 11th and 12th. It is better, if you can prepare few topics before hand or at least prepare side by side during the course. It is not difficult to learn, you will have to spend sometime with it. Start from NCERT books and solve them. You should cover the following topics of Class 11th/12th Mathematics definitely.

  1. Functions and Relations
    2. Differential Calculus : Derivatives and Partial Derivatives
    3. Application of Derivatives (Increasing/Decreasing; Convex/Concave; Maxima/Minima)
    4. Working knowledge of Integral Calculus and Cordinate Geometry

There are few colleges which ask for Maths courses taken in the undergrad if you have not taken in class 12th. Kindly check the eligibility. These colleges may change their eligibility too.

  1. I am not from Economics background, so what should I do?

First thing is, you have to ask yourself, why do you want to change the stream. This is the question which only you can answer. Be very clear about it. And if you still want to prepare for Economics, then you must understand, that changing the subject will come with its own challenges, you should be genuinely willing  to learn new things and apply them. Don’t expect it be a very smooth transition, although it will be filled with fun and excitement.

Having said that, we have prepared a set of basic videos for :

  • Intermediate Micro 1 (Almost Complete-Semester 3, DU) : Click here
    • Intermediate Micro 2 (Work in progress-Semester 4, DU) : Click here
    • Econometrics (Work in progress-Semester 4, DU) : Click here

These videos contain the same syllabus taught at the Economics (H), DU.

Whether you are from economics or not from economics, if you think, you need a good brushing of basics, these videos can help you. Pick up your pen and register and start writing them out, in the order they are given and also read the text alongside. You will start understanding the nuances of the subject gradually. But again, you need to be willing to put in time and effort for this.

  1. I am in Semester 3 / Semester 4 / II year of my undergrad, how should I prepare?

These basic videos are for you. If you are in semester 3, for example, why don’t you start from the first video of Intermediate Microeconomics and start making notes. Listen to the video, make notes along side, read the text, repeat this cycle for all videos. You will see, you are very easily and quickly able to complete your syllabus. The only thing which will be left out is your past years. Once you have made all notes, pick up past years of your undergrad course, and start writing them out. We are sure, you will be able to get good marks.

Similarly, do this for Intermediate Microeconomics II and Econometrics.

In the second year of your undergrad course, your focus should be on clearing your concepts and getting very good marks. High marks are like a signal, that you are hard working and intelligent. And, most of you are just studying, without much other responsibilities, so you don’t have any reason not to perform good in your undergrad. Give out your best there.

Also, you may try working out the back problems / end of the chapter problems of your text. Be inquistive about the subject. Your main objective in the second year is to understand the concepts, try back questions, make your own notes and getting good marks.

  1. I am in second year of Delhi University, Economics H, are these basic videos following the syllabus which is taught in my university?

Yes, and a resounding yes. At least till 2021, DU is mostly following Varian and NS (Nicholson and Snyder) for Intermediate Micro I and II (taught in third and fourth semesters). We have also used the same references. So, start making notes

And one more thing, even if they change the reference in some later year, the concepts or fundamentals will not change. You may still listen to these videos and read whichever text is taught.

 

                        

 

Highlights of ECOPOINT 2021 Results

  • Rank 1 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE) : Shishir K Narwal
  • Rank 3 : Delhi School of Economics (DSE) : Parv Maheswari
  • Rank 5 : Indian Statistical Institute :  Trived Kullappa
  • Rank 6 : Indian Statistical Institute Varun Pathak 
  • Indira Gandhi Institute of Development and Research (IGIDR) : Aarohi Sharma
  • Rank 1: Madras School of Economics (MSE), General Economics : Varun Pathak
  • Rank 1 : South Asian University (SAU) : Khushboo Kansal
  • Rank 1 : IIT JAM : Chandrika Chatterjee
  • Rank 1 : Gokhale Institute of Economics and Political Science : Medha Verma

For more Highlights and Complete Results : Click here

MA ECO ENTRANCE TEST PREPARATION

 

  • Register for a Trial Class : Click here  
  • Date of a Live Trial Class :  New Batch : 22nd September 2022, 2 PM (Tentative) 
  • Day/s of classes : Monday to Saturday
  • Timings for 2023 Session : 6 PM
  • Number of Classes per week : Six classes 
  • Number of Hours per week : 9-10 Hours
  • Is this a complete Online Course ? Yes
  • Fees for 2023 session :  Rs 46,000 (Including 18% GST) 
  • Results 2021 : Please click here
  • Registration :Pls click at the registration page and mail us at registration@ecopoint.in.  
  • If you have already attended the trial and want to join , please mail us your final acceptance

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