How to prepare Science and Technology Current Affairs for UPSC?
Read/prepare notes. Read NCERTs. Check UPSC previous year question papers. If a Science subject is your optional subject, have a definite strategy. Follow daily news analysis.
Where to read science and technology for UPSC?
Books for Science and Technology for IAS Exam Science & Technology For Civil Services Exams. Science and Technology in India – Kalpana Rajaram – Spectrum. General Science For Civil Services Preliminary Examinations – S.A.Majid. 1000 Plus Questions on General Science – TMH.
Where can I download UPSC material?
The ClearIAS ‘downloads’ section is the all-in-one location of free UPSC study materials offered by us. ClearIAS is one of the most popular online learning platforms in India, used by more than 1 million aspirants every month.
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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.
Is monthly magazine enough for current affairs UPSC?
Civil Services exam aspirants have one very important subject which needs to be covered very strategically, i.e., Current Affairs. This plays a very important role in both the prelims and mains. Thus, maintaining a monthly compilation of current affairs is highly recommended.
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.
Which part of UPSC is toughest?
As you would know, the UPSC Prelims is the first obstacle to your IAS dreams. This exam is taken by lakhs of Indians every year. A lot of people consider the IAS exam to be the toughest exam in India. As you can see from the table above, the success rate is the lowest for the IAS exam.
Can I skip reading newspaper for UPSC?
Along with the standard NCERT textbooks and reference books, newspapers provide vital study material for current affairs which is a crucial component of the questions asked in the IAS exam. Aspirants should know that it is not necessary to read the whole newspaper in detail as part of your IAS preparation.
Where can I get IAS study material for free?
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