How can I get current affairs in UPSC?
Read the newspaper Daily. PIB Review. Gist of Yojana, Kurukshetra and other Magazines. FMonthly editions of current affairs journals.
Which current affairs is best for UPSC?
Yojana. Kurukshetra. Economic and Political Weekly. Down to Earth. BYJU’S Monthly UPSC Magazine.
How long is current affairs for UPSC?
For prelims 2020, you can focus on the last 1 year current affairs. I.e. June 2019 to September 2020. However, if you have studied the current affairs of months preceding June 2019, please do revise them also as UPSC has a tendency to ask questions from the previous 2 years.
Which source is best for current affairs?
Newspapers are the best source of reliable information on current affairs.
How can I memorize current affairs?
Read current affairs from the most important source i.e. newspapers. Some of the good ones include The Hindu, The IndianExpress, Livemint, DownToEarth, etc. Subject-wise notes of current affairs from the newspaper can also be made (as writing down the information is an important step of memorizing).
Which YouTube channel is best for current affairs?
The BYJU’S Exam Prep YouTube channel is one of the best IAS Exam prep channels offering free video content and daily updates. Other than this Big Picture, India’s World, Desh Deshantar, and Sarokaar can also be referred to for Current Affairs Video 2022.
How many hours should I study current affairs for UPSC?
In my experience, ideally one should finish reading day’s current affairs under 2 hours. 3-4 hours for everyday current affairs is an overkill. Referring to a monthly compilation (choose any institute material for this) — at the end of the month.
Is newspaper enough for current affairs UPSC?
The answer is NO! Though it is very important to follow one newspaper everyday, it is not necessary for an aspirant to read both the newspapers. Reading a newspaper involves going through the front page, national news, international news, economy section, some major sports news and the Editorials.
Is 4 hours of studying enough for UPSC?
Some aspirants claim to be studying 15–16 hours a day to prepare to take the UPSC exam. Some can pass the exam with just 6-7 hours of study per day. There isn’t a perfect answer to this question, and candidates must determine the number of hours they spend studying each day based on their abilities and needs.
Is 5 hours of studying enough for UPSC?
1) An aspirant may not be able to concentrate fully for the entire 5 hours; hence there will be gaps, 2) An aspirant has to study GS, optional, current affairs, etc., every day, and to divide the 5 hours, may not be effective. Hence, an aspirant should try to put at least 7-8 hours every day and gradually increase it.