Launching Second Batch of History Optional by Ojha Sir
- Batch starting 23 March 2021
- Live classes, and online one on one discussion with Ojha sir
History will not be a mystery anymore!
Launching History Optional Course for UPSC by Sri Avadh Ojha Sir. Now crack the UPSC with History as your optional choice of the subject.
- Batch Started from 23 March 2021.
- Batch Starting from Modern India Topic
- 150 Days of Classes, Daily Live Lectures
- Meticulously designed notes by Ojha Sir
- FREE ACCESS of NCERT Video lectures of Ancient, Medieval and Modern India.
- 200 framed questions by Ojha Sir, for UPSC Mains (exclusively only for this batch)
- Exam pattern-based coverage of the most important questions and relevant concepts for Mains Examination.
- Discussion of previous years’ questions which are integrated with answer writing skills.
- Dedicated telegram group, for clearing doubts
- Batch strength: Limited seats, apply today.
Fee structure and how to make payment:
Regular Fee: ₹
Discounted Fee: ₹ 32,000/- *Discounted fee is only available till 30 April 2021 (Register now, to avail this offer)
Please call or What’s app at 9810934899 or email to [email protected] for questions
Why Choose History Optional and Myths About History?
View the videos and decide
- Fact 1: History is the safest optional subject, which comprises 70% in G.S.
- Fact 2: History gives a smart perspective to be a Civil Servant, Citizen and being a better human.
- Myth 1: History is a difficult subject with a vast syllabus. Please note that in the optional syllabus of History, only 50% of the full course is there. Please view the video for more details. History is one of the most enjoyable subjects, as History is based on stories with messages and lessons. This subject has a high potential of getting excellent marks.
- Myth 2: History is a subject of dates and years. In modern History and World history, you don’t have to remember the date and years at all.
- Myth 3: In History, you get fewer marks. In the past before 1990, more than 95% of aspirants opted for History as optional, reason, their concept of History was unambiguous. When you join this course, you will get an exact and in-depth syllabus from Ojha sir, which will help to clear your basic concepts. Apart from this
- Free access of NCERT for UPSC (Ancient, Medieval and Modern India courses will be provided, totally free.)
- 200 Framed Questions of Mains by Ojha Sir for practise: 200 framed questions by Ojha Sir, for UPSC Mains.
- Free Notes from Ojha Sir, for lectures and topics as pdf, will be provided, to all the students.
- Myth 4: History is difficult to memorise. It is a request to the students, to please not mug up. Instead, clear your concepts, Ojha sir will help in clearing the concepts. Ojha sir will provide the framework, charts and formulas, to help you clear the concepts of the course.
- Myth 5: No connection with other subjects. History is an interdisciplinary science.
By registering, you agree with the below terms & conditions.
Terms and Conditions
- All videos are the copyright protected and belong to AvadhOjha.com, downloading and sharing of videos is strictly prohibited. We can take legal actions against the person, group or company if found to be involved in the process of recording and distributing the videos.
- Refund of fee: The course fee is totally non-refundable. Registration fee and course fee once submitted will not be refunded under any circumstances.
- If a student fails to make the fee payment on time, then his course might be suspended due to non-payment of the fee.
- This is an online course, which needs a minimum internet speed of 2Mbps, if the internet speed is slow, then the course will not stream properly.
- The course can be streamed online on any mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop devices
Please note: Admissions to this batch are now closed. We will soon announce a new batch of History Optional Batch in the month of May 2021
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