How To Use Press Information Bureau Site For Upsc Preparation?

Which website is useful for UPSC preparation?

clearias.com. cleariasexam.com. insightsonindia.com. iasbaba.com. mrunal.org. civilsdaily.com. gktoday.in. byjus.com.

What should I read in PIB and PRS for UPSC?

Programs, and policy initiatives and updates from the government. Articles on important personalities, some historical accounts. All schemes of the government. Speeches by prominent people.

How PIB is useful for UPSC?

PIB articles provide authentic information for all government policy related issues. A serious UPSC aspirant should read PIB selectively to gather relevant information to enrich his/her content both for prelims and mains.

Which newspaper app is best for UPSC preparation?

FLIPBOARD. POCKET. FEEDLY. DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS AND GK APP. DAILY EDITORIAL – VOCABULARY AND CURRENT AFFAIRS. THE HINDU. INSHORTS. INSIGHTS ON INDIA.

Can I crack UPSC without reading newspaper?

Reading newspapers is not necessary to crack UPSC’s current affairs.

What is the secret to crack UPSC?

Solve Mock Papers Regularly Make sure you solve enough number of mock papers for both Prelims and Mains; this is a must before you step into the UPSC exam for your first attempt. Regular evaluations will help you keep track of your progress. You get to know your weaknesses and can work accordingly.

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Is PIB a monthly magazine?

Gs Score provides monthly PIB Compilation. These contain all the planning, policies, and programs of the government holistically. It also mentions the achievements of the government. Authentic facts and figures can be collected as the news is officially released from National Media Center.

Which PIB compilation is best?

Legacy IAS is well-known for publishing the most comprehensive daily PIB Summary for the UPSC examination.

Which field students crack UPSC most?

“Engineering students crack the UPSC exam because of the practical pedagogical methods they experience in their four-year engineering studies. This provides them with a better analytical aptitude as compared to Arts graduates,” says JK Dadoo, former IAS officer who was in the services for more than 35 years.

What is PIB salary?

Average annual salary in Press Information Bureau is INR 3.9 lakhs.