Mantram Study Group

Economics NET Coaching

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Economics NET Coaching

Economics NET Coaching

Through comprehensive online courses, Mantram Study Group in Chandigarh offers specialized coaching for cracking the UGC NET exam in Economics.

With experienced faculty and a structured curriculum, Mantram ensures in-depth preparation for this highly competitive exam.

The online coaching program is divided into modules covering the broad Economics syllabus outlined by NTA for UGC NET.

The course systematically takes students through core concepts in microeconomics, macroeconomics, mathematical economics, statistics, econometrics, public economics, international trade, and economic growth theories with adequate practice.

Complex topics are explained through short videos and reinforced with online quizzes for better retention.

Contact us at Mantram Study Group, SCO No. 80-81, First Floor, Sector 15-D and also in Sector 34, Chandigarh (Near Gate No. 2, Panjab University Chandigarh – Contact – 9779797575/ 9463049859)

A key aspect of Mantram’s coaching is regular assessment and feedback by experts. Students must appear for weekly tests and get their answer sheets evaluated in detail.

The faculty points out weaker areas and provides specific inputs on attempting different types of theoretical, analytical, numerical and application-based questions that can appear in the exam. Mock tests on previous years’ papers further prepare students for cracking UGC NET Economics.

Guidance is also provided for effectively writing the Economics dissertation required to be eligible for a Lectureship.

With highly qualified economists mentoring students throughout the 5-6 months course, Mantram improves the probability of success in the NET Economics exam manifold.

The online delivery mode with flexible batch timings also makes it convenient for working professionals; for those serious about an academic career in Economics, Mantram’s coaching programme is highly recommended.

Join UGC JRF NET Economics Coaching at Mantram Study Group, Chandigarh.

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FAQ

Q. Is studying economics better than pursuing an MBA?

Choosing between an economics degree and an MBA depends on your career goals. If you’re interested in research or policy-making, a Master’s in Economics might be more appropriate. However, an MBA would likely be more beneficial if your aspirations lie in business management and leadership.

Q. What is considered the most challenging topic in economics?

One of the most challenging concepts in economics, as defined by economist Ronald Coase, is transaction cost. Transaction cost refers to the expenses incurred to transfer a product from the producer to the consumer after production.

Q. What subjects complement economics the best?

Mathematics, political science, statistics, philosophy, history, and computer science are subjects that enhance the study of economics. Mathematics and statistics are particularly crucial as they equip students with the analytical skills for data analysis and economic modeling.