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Which online news is best for UPSC?
2.www.mea.gov.in. 3.www.mha.nic.in. 4.www.lawmin.nic.in. 5.www.rbi.org.in. 6.www.socialjustice.nic.in. 7.www.indiaculture.nic.in. 8.www.gov.in. 10.www.pib.nic.in.
Which is the best news for UPSC?
Founded in 1932 by Ramnath Goenka, this English daily is useful for UPSC IAS Exam. Along with The Hindu, The Indian Express is considered to be the best source of current affairs information for competitive exam preparation.
Which news channel is best for UPSC aspirants?
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)
How to do newspaper analysis for UPSC?
Try to classify what you read into categories like geography, polity, economics, environment, ecology, science and technology, etc. This will help you make notes and also ease your preparation. When you make notes out of the newspaper articles and editorials, write in your own words. Keep it simple and easy to learn.
Most of the toppers of the UPSC Civil Services Examination held last year had one thing in common. They all stayed away from social media, to avoid “distractions” and stay focused on their preparation. Many of them even deactivated their social media accounts. So, at first attempt, it is difficult to find them online.
Can I crack UPSC without reading newspaper?
Reading newspapers is not necessary to crack UPSC’s current affairs.
Which source is best for current affairs?
A newspaper is divided into several categories, and it is our best source of current affairs, so let’s use it to understand more about it.
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.
Is UPSC paper ever leaked?
In 1992, there was an instance when the UPSC received complaints of paper being leaked at a centre in Allahabad (Prayagraj). The matter was discussed in Parliament and enquiry committee was set up. On 17 June 1992, the General Studies paper started at 2:30 pm and was to be conducted till 4:30 pm.
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.