Top Eleven Commerce Scorers out of 500:    

1. Ritika, B.Com(H)   330 (165+165)          Click here for Marks Sheet   Interaction Video

2. Arpit R Parkh          329 (167+162)          Click here for Marks Sheet

3. Keshav Goel             316(138+178)            Marks Sheet                Class Tests Copy PDF

4. Vivek Kr Modi         313(148+165)

5.  Pratik Jain               298(157+141)

6. Poorvi Garg              296(156+140)

7. Nitesh Kr Jain         298(138+156)

8. Ankur Jain                293(155+138)

9. Priyanka Jain          289(138+151)

10. Himanshu Nagpal  288(122+166)

11. Jasmeet Singh         288 (118+170)

12. Abhishek Gupta      280 (142+138)   

Commerce(Mains) 2020-21 

'Regular Classroom Course'

Face-to-Face classes in Delhi.
Online classes at your device.

Commencing:8th November 2019 (Two Timings):

Time: 8 AM to 10:30 AM    and     11 AM to 1:30 PM

(In both the batches same topic is taught by same teacher. Batch shift is allowed)

November batches Starting with Paper I (Note:-Paper I will be completed by January 31, 2020. There will be no class in Feb to May 2020 on account of Prelims examination. Paper II will be taken in June 2020 batch, starting with Paper II. Alternatively students may attend Paper II in online mode(recorded classes) to cover syllabus early, as per choice of the student)

Admissions open.

Fee Rs. 56,000 for both Paper I and II (Includes: Concept & Practice Classes, Complete Study  Material, Regular Class Tests, Two Comprehensive Tests and Discussion on Analytic Questions).  

     Flexi-Options of Joining Paper I or Paper II also available:  

         # Paper  I: 36,000 (Includes Classes and Tests of Paper I, Study Material  of both Paper I and Paper II).                   # Paper  II: 36,000 (Includes Classes and Tests of Paper II, Study Material  of both Paper I and Paper II).                                                                                    Admission form 

Classes are held Six Days in a Week. Sunday may not be off.

   Features of Regular Classroom-Course: This is most detailed class-room course. It emphasizes coverage of entire syllabus by area experts, with a pace best suited to one’s learning needs. It focuses upon current pattern of exam./questions  & level of competition. Concept focus, regular tests, numerical illustrations, real corporate practices, model answers by teachers, personalized mentoring, current commerce, interactive learning ... are core features of this course. 

Things which are difficult to deliver:

  • Comprehensive, Most Relevant & Complete Study material; 

  • Minimum Dictation & Maximum discussion with student involvement in class; 

  • Extensive mentoring on 'Analytical Questions' in every class; 

  • Practice of lot of numerical questions; 

  • Equivalent attention to all areas of syllabus considering exam requirements & weight; 

  • Regular Chapter Tests, Unit Tests, Comprehensive Tests in the class; 

  • Subject expert/specialists teachers (Minimum Three Teachers); 

  • Most updated and exam oriented course contents with special focus on 'Current Commerce';

  • Strategic Teaching focus (minimum 10% of total Class time);

  • Whole time availability of teacher in institute (post-Class & pre-class).


Postal Course & Test Series also available

[refer separate pages on this site].

Choosing Optional

In the changed pattern, weight of GS marks has doubled. Syllabus has also become multifarious. Really it has become more clear and defined. It includes both Existing and new chapters. It is now a combination of Humanities including Geography, History,  Economy, Polity, Social issues, Administration, Psychology, Philosophy and International issues. 

With Just one optional, the issue arises as to whether to go for Background subject or Humanities subject that has common topics in GS. The choice is easy for Arts background candidate to go for History or Geography. But Public Administration, Psychology, Philosophy etc are generally new for most the candidates. These have been popular also. These have largest number of competitors.

Commerce background candidates have ease in this regard. Simply they should go for COMMERCE & ACCOUNTANCY or MANAGEMENT as their optional. The knowledge acquired during past five-seven years should be leveraged to give competition. There is no option with non-commerce candidates to take commerce. Commerce is Soft optional like Humanities, but marks fetching like Mathematics. Commerce is fully objective. No role of opinion or subjectivity. Similar is the nature of Management. Now one can think of being a topper with commerce/management. Earlier the edge of high marks in commerce was reduced by low marks in other optional. 

It is not advisable for Commerce and Management graduate to try new optional. It would be just like inviting competition. They should not dump their knowledge and edge just for the sake of new subject. It looks interesting for first few week to read new subject. Rather, same effort should be put on strengthening commerce or management optional. One can think and achieve 350 + in commerce. It would be difficult in subject of another new domain. Just for reducing GS study for 15-20 days, score & strength of Optional subject should not be compromised.


Account Details:

 Manish Goyal HUF

 Saving A/c No. 520101201225642

 Corporation Bank

 Sirsa Branch

 IFSC CODE: CORP0001044 

Ranker's Classes

8A/37, at Round About, Hotel Crown Delux Building,

Channa Market, WEA, Karol Bagh- DELHI. 

(Class Venue: 2-5 minute walking distance from all GS institutes in Old Rajender Nagar)

(Nearest Metro Station: 'Karol Bagh') 

Call:  9818464467, 9818368606 (R.S. Agrawal)