Newspaper Reading


Current affairs resource for IAS Preparation: Newspapers, Internet & Magazines

On Tuesday 19th July 2016  

Now, UPSC has given Civil Services Examination a completely new look and it has been dynamically redefined.

To counter the challenges you need resource for covering Current Affairs and Contemporary developments.


Last Update Tuesday 19th July 2016

19-07-2016
How to make best use of Newspaper from CSE preparation standpoint

On Thursday 22nd December 2011  

Diligent reading of newspapers is going to help you in General Studies (Prelims as well as in Mains), some optional subjects which are dynamic in nature, in writing essay and in interview as well.


Last Update Friday 27th March 2015

27-03-2015
Aiming Civil Services Examination: How to prepare current affairs?

On Sunday 15th April 2012  

For preparing ‘Current Affairs’ effectively, you need to constantly gather information over a long period of time. Clarity about the basics and your awareness level helps you prepare ‘Current Affairs’ well.


Last Update Friday 27th March 2015

27-03-2015
For a beginner, how to read a news paper, which areas to concentrate more?

On Sunday 15th April 2012  

For a beginner, it is better to read print edition of any good national daily. By scanning headings in print edition, you can manage things in lesser time.


Last Update Friday 27th March 2015

27-03-2015
Making self-notes by reading newspaper/magazines

On Sunday 15th April 2012  

The current affairs preparation is typical as only factual information is not enough. You should be clear about the major issues/stories and how they developed over the course of time and inter-related opinion/views of the persons concerned.


Last Update Friday 27th March 2015

27-03-2015
Newspapers & Magazines for current affairs coverage

On Friday 30th December 2011  

Civil Services Examination has become creative and innovative so, prepare it well to face the challenges this exam throws. Be it Preliminary or Main Examination (Written & interview), importance of Current Affairs and Contemporary Developments cannot be ignored.


Last Update Friday 27th March 2015

27-03-2015