Search NextJob for answers
Which sub is most important for IAS?
UPSC Prelims exam comprises General Studies Paper 1 and Paper 2. General Studies Paper 1 comprises questions related to History, Geography, Economics, Environment etc. On the other hand the General Studies Paper 2 focuses on comprehension, logical reasoning, data interpretation etc.
Which type of news is important for UPSC?
News related to the Constitution, amendments, etc. Supreme Court/High Court verdicts are important.
What should I watch for UPSC aspirants?
UPSC Previous Year Question Papers. Current Affairs. UPSC Notes PDF. Gist of Rajya Sabha TV. NCERT Notes PDF.
What to watch on Sansad TV?
Awaaz Desh Ki. Economic Sutra. Healthy India/Swasthya Bharat. Parliament This Week. Meri Kahani. Sansad Mein Aaj. The Defenders.
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 the lowest position in IAS?
The third iteration of UPSC 2021 rank-wise service allocation has been released by the DoPT on its official website, A total of 176 candidates have been selected as IAS officers. The Last Rank for IAS in UPSC Exam 2021 is 680 in the general category.
Can I crack UPSC by reading only newspaper?
Don’t worry! Reading newspapers is not necessary to crack UPSC’s current affairs.
Is 1 year newspaper reading enough for UPSC?
One newspaper is more than enough to qualify the exam with flying colours. The most important thing in the preparation of the UPSC Examination is Time Management. An aspirant must not waste their time to look for multiple resources but rather focus on limiting them.
What not to read in newspaper for UPSC?
Some Key Points on Reading Newspaper for IAS Exam Preparation. Avoid news from the politics, entertainment, and sports section; it’s just a waste of time. Avoid making notes in the very first reading, you are likely to find more essential points while reading further.
Is 3 hours enough for UPSC?
Tips to improve the quality of studies: Study as per the demand of the UPSC exam. Take breaks at regular intervals. Study for 3 hours with a 10-minute break every one hour rather than studying for 3 hours at a stretch. When you are studying, give it your utmost focus.