Which news to watch for UPSC?
Made in India (Epic Channel) Samvidhaan: The Making of the constitution of India (Rajya Sabha TV) Pradhanmantri (ABP News) India’s World (Rajya Sabha TV programs for UPSC) The Big Picture (Rajya Sabha TV programs for UPSC)
Will Optional be removed from UPSC 2024?
No, the Optional Subjects are still a part of the UPSC Mains exam.
What should I avoid in UPSC preparation?
NOT FOLLOWING THE CURRICULUM. MISSING TO GO THROUGH PREVIOUS YEARS. PILING UP IRRELEVANT BOOKS. NOT GETTING BAISC REFERENCE. LACK OF WRITING SKILLS. WAY OF CHOOSING OPTIONAL PAPER. NOT PERCEIVING THE BOTTOM LINE OF THE NEWSPAPERS.
What should I watch in Sansad TV for UPSC?
Perspective – a daily show on a topic of national or international importance. Diplomatic Dispatch – a weekly show on World Affairs related to India. Economic Sutra – a weekly show on India and World’s Economic policies; and many more such programs.
Can we skip newspaper for UPSC?
Reading newspapers is not necessary to crack UPSC’s current affairs.
Can I skip reading newspaper for UPSC?
UPSC exam demands in-depth knowledge of socio-economic issues, current affairs, and the latest government policies. The weightage of current affairs is high in all three stages(prelims, mains and the interview) of the UPSC CSE examination. Therefore, newspaper reading is a must for every serious IAS aspirant.
Which is the shortest optional in UPSC?
Philosophy has the shortest syllabus out of all of the optional subjects for the UPSC examination and is the reason for it is a popular choice amongst UPSC aspirants.
Which is the easiest UPSC optional?
Which optional subject is easy in UPSC? Answer: Sociology, Geography, and Public Administration are easy subjects to score. Many candidates have scored more than 400 marks in these optional subjects as per the previous year’s result.
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 studying 5 hours a day 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.