Which current affairs is best for UPSC?
Yojana. Kurukshetra. Economic and Political Weekly. Down to Earth. BYJU’S Monthly UPSC Magazine.
Are Byjus books enough for UPSC?
For UPSC CSE preparation nothing is better than NCERTs and some famous refrence books. After completing your syllabus of upsc with NCERTs and refrence books you can definitely read Byju’s notes but they are not sufficient for UPSC CSE preparation.
How can we prepare current affairs for UPSC Byjus?
One should make a selected reading of Economic & Political Weekly, Frontline, Yojana and Kurukshetra to have an informed understanding of all the issues that find relevance in your IAS syllabus. But, remember, anticipation of the questions that can be asked in the examinations has to be your target.
Is 7 months current affairs enough for UPSC?
The question should actually be “How many months of current affairs for IAS Prelims 2022 is required?” Usually, we advise candidates to start their preparation a year before, in a similar way, we recommend covering the issues in the news from 18 months or at least 12 months prior to the UPSC Exam.
What are the disadvantages of Byjus classes?
The only con is that Byjus is really expensive. It charges around 3,000 per month totalling to a whopping amount of 36,000/- per year.
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.
Is Byjus better or Unacademy for UPSC?
Unacademy has hundreds of courses for UPSC Unacademy has hundreds of useful courses while BYJU’s also offers good-quality content for UPSC. While there are excellent courses on Unacademy from famous educators like Roman Saini among others, not all courses are of good quality.
Does Byjus provide IAS coaching?
Ans. Yes, the IAS coaching batches for UPSC 2023 preparation have started in BYJU’S IAS coaching centres in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Delhi.
How many hours study current affairs UPSC?
The aspirant must study GS, optional subjects, and current events on a daily basis. and then dividing the time into 4 hours, could not be efficient. Thus, one should aim to work an average of 7-8 hours each day and gradually increase the amount. This will ensure that sufficient time is devoted to each subject.
Which app better for current affairs?
Which app is best for current affairs for competitive exams? Ans. There are multiple current affairs apps available for competitive exam preparation, but one of the best among these is the BYJU’S Current Affairs App.