Here we are giving complete recommended complete book list for IAS UPSC Mains Maths Optional various toppers from 2009 to 2019. They even created various blogs across the internet with different names Revu Mutyal Raj, Prakash Raj Purohit blog, Kashish Mittal, Nitish K, Bavesh Misra, Kanishk Kataria etc. Click last to see this for these blogs
We are giving all the complete book list for IAS UPSC Mains Maths Optional at one place. Please don't try to purchase all these books which we are giving here. Our Maths Optional strategy should be 1 module with 1 book around 100 to 200 pages readable page no-nos. We have a total of 13 Modules from Linear Algebra to Mechanics & Fluid Dynamics so we need to follow 13 books. And no need to study from page no.1 to the last page that particular book. Most of our IAS UPSC Maths Optional aspirants fail to finish the complete syllabus on time. See our UPSC Maths Optional syllabus first for that module and collect all the previous year questions (For this go to the download page) so far asked in the IAS UPSC Examinations from 1992 to 2019 and Read the complete highly given concepts and based on the concepts solve all previous year questions from 1992 to 2019.
If you have to face any bottlenecks during the preparation then don't worry, feel free to contact us. Ramanasri Sir is living on this planet earth to help each and every aspirant coming from across the length and breadth of India. We will give our time as much as required for you and the nature permitted to Ramanasri Sir to help others. We are always following on quote "If you are getting success in your first attempt in the IAS UPSC with rank less than 10 then we are going to reach our destination and fulfill the values which Ramanasri Institute have to follow entire life "
Here we are giving complete recommended complete book list for IAS UPSC Mains Maths Optional various toppers from 2009 to 2017. They even created various blogs across the internet with different names Revu Mutyal Raj, Prakash Raj Purohit blog, Kashish Mittal, Nitish K, Bavesh Misra, Kanishk Kataria etc. Click last to see this for these blogs
We are giving all the complete book list for IAS UPSC Mains Maths Optional at one place. Please don’t try to purchase all these books which we are giving here. Our Maths Optional strategy should be 1 module with 1 book around 100 to 200 pages readable page no-nos. We have a total of 13 Modules from Linear Algebra to Mechanics & Fluid Dynamics so we need to follow 13 books. And no need to study from page no.1 to the last page that particular book. Most of our IAS UPSC Maths Optional aspirants fail to finish the complete syllabus on time. See our UPSC Maths Optional syllabus first for that module and collect all the previous year questions (For this go to the download page) so far asked in the IAS UPSC Examinations from 1992 to 2017 and Read the complete highly given concepts and based on the concepts solve all previous year questions from 1992 to 2017.
If you have to face any bottlenecks during the preparation then don’t worry, feel free to contact us. Ramanasri Sir is living on this planet earth to help each and every aspirant coming from across the length and breadth of India. We will give our time as much as required for you and the nature permitted to Ramanasri Sir to help others. We are always following on quote “If you are getting success in your first attempt in the IAS UPSC with rank less than 10 then we are going to reach our destination and fulfill the values which Ramanasri Institute have to follow entire life ”
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Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations – M.D. Raisinghania (S. Chand)
What chapters should be covered in ODE & PDE for mathematics/Maths Optional of from MD Raisinghania book?
2013 Edition BOOK
Part-I (ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS)
For O.D.E (Paper-I Section B)
For Laplace transformations is not covered in this book. So you can study from ADVANCED DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY SAME AUTHOR MD RAISINGANIA.
Part-II (ADVANCED ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS)
Not in our syllabus. So, not required at all.
Part-III (PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS)
For P.D.E (Paper-II Section B)
For Boundary value problems you can study from the same author book. “ADVANCED DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY MD RAISINGANIA”.