Where To Read Current Affairs For Upsc?

Which site is best for current affairs for UPSC?

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

How to read current affairs for UPSC mains?

Concentrate More on Analysis. Most of the candidates just give importance to memorizing the current affairs. Linking of Topics. Newspapers. Magazines – Use Limited Numbers with Proven Track Record. Notes – Make it a Habit. Revise – Consistency. Limit your Sources.

How can I start current affairs in UPSC?

The right way of studying the current affairs/news must be developed in order to be successful in CSE. Just reading the articles from newspaper or any other content is not enough. One must cover the the static part/backgrounder, the associated social, political, legal issue related with the news.

Where should I read current affairs?

Ans. Adda 247 current affair sources are: PIB, NewsOnAir, RBI website, Various newspapers like Hindu, Indian express, financial express and many more.

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.

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Is 2 years current affairs enough for UPSC?

At least, the last 2-years current affairs should be covered before UPSC Prelims and Mains. However, in reality, the span of current affairs in the UPSC exam can be much larger – like 5-10 years.

How do I start reading current affairs?

Read the newspaper Daily. PIB Review. Gist of Yojana, Kurukshetra and other Magazines. FMonthly editions of current affairs journals.

Is newspaper sufficient for UPSC current affairs?

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.

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).

Is Drishti ias current affairs free?

Students have benefited from Drishti’s free 2022 monthly current affairs magazines in their efforts to confidently self-prepare for Civil Services exams.