Physicwallah- India’s 101st unicorn has launched yet another batch for students preparing for JEE Main and Advanced 2023. This time the batch has been launched during the ongoing JEE Main Examinations as was the case last year with Prayas Batch 2022. As usual we will be covering all such necessary details about Prayas 2023 Fees, Schedule, Modules, Fauclty, etc.
Physicswallah Prayas Batch 2023 Fees
The Dropper Batch for JEE Main and Advance 2023 is priced at ₹4200. The price is similar to what PW offers for other 1 year course like the Lakshya and Arjuna Batches too.
Prayas Batch Schedule
Prayas Batch 2023 Classes have started from 1st July 2023. Currently the classes will be taken as per the schedule given below from 1st July 2023 to 30th August 2023
|Day||09:00 am to 11:00 am||11:15 am to 01:15 pm||01:45 pm to 03:45 pm|
This Batch is for JEE 2023 Droppers. CLASSES STARTING FROM 01 July 2022| Ends on 30 September 2023/Until JEE Advanced 2023.
In case you missed the live class you can see it’s recording any number of times.
Dedicated faculties for solving doubts through best-in-class Doubt Engine.
Lecture Planner & Test Planner has been uploaded in the Batch’s Notice Section. Daily Practice Problems (DPP) & its Video solutions will be provided with the Lectures.
Syllabus Completion by December 2022. The batch will be accessible till JEE ADVANCED EXAM 2023.
Only the First 2 chapters of module PDFs will be provided to students for each subject.
Note – There is No REFUND Policy.PW Wallet points are capped for new batches. PW Wallet points can be availed for purchasing batches only.
NOTE: None of our PW Yoddha, official retailers, and PW community members would ask you to make payments on other platforms other than the official PW APP or Website. Any form of coupon or link will redirect you to PW App or website only. Please Avoid paying any amount to individuals through PayTM, Google Pay, Phonepe, or any UPI platform.
- Aditya Anand (Physics)
- Amitabh Sharma (Inorganic Chemistry)
- Rohit Aggarwal (Organic Chemistry)
- Amit Kumar Gautam (Physical Chemistry)
- Ashish Aggrawal (Mathematics)