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Which newspaper is the best for UPSC preparation?
The Hindu. The Indian Express. Business Standard.
Which news channel is best 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)
Which newspaper is best for UPSC Hindu or Indian Express?
Most UPSC faculty and senior candidates recommend “The Hindu” for UPSC preparation because of its high standards and comprehensive coverage.
Can I crack UPSC by reading only newspaper?
Well, it is a fact that reading newspapers is neither mandatory nor sufficient to qualify with good marks for this test. There are great free websites that collect and gather valuable points from diverse sources of current affairs. An aspirant can not read and make notes from all these sources on his own.
Is one newspaper enough for UPSC?
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 start preparing for UPSC?
Tip #1: Prepare Yourself. Tip #2: Make a Time Table. Tip #3: Know the UPSC Syllabus. Tip #4: Newspaper Reading/Current Affairs for IAS. Tip #5: Choosing Optional. Tip #6: NCERTs. Tip #7: Making Notes. Tip #8: Answer Writing Practice.
What is the best time to read newspaper for UPSC?
The ideal time to read the newspaper for UPSC preparation is 1 hour. With good practice and strategy, it is possible to cover the newspaper in 1 hour.
How many years newspapers should I read for UPSC?
Now if you take from a UPSC examination perspective, you must read the news papers of the whole year before the examination.
Which is best medium for IAS?
You may have written the UPSC exam in English, but if you feel you are better off speaking Hindi or Tamil or any other regional language that is your native language, you can opt for it. In fact, there are many talented people in India who are well-versed in written English but falter when it comes to conversing in it.
How to read newspaper for UPSC?
Good analysis of current issues (Editorial page or Op-Ed page). Supreme Court and High Court verdicts. Issues of national and international importance. Parliamentary Debates. Government policies and orders.