How To Cover Current Affairs For UPSC?

We were disoriented about how to cover current affairs for the UPSC exam. We have narrowed down some best ways for you.

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If you like reading and making newspaper notes, then it is best; otherwise, here are some ways by which you can prepare for current affairs.

It is the most effective way to prepare for current affairs. Make notes in your language. It will be beneficial in the long run.

Notes From Newspapers- 2-2.5hrs

Many online websites and institutes provide Daily summaries of newspapers, Yojana, and PIB. Most of the students prefer this method. Even the aspirants who read newspapers adopt this method for quick revision.

Daily Summary- 20-25mins

Many institutes provide a weekly summary of the important news of the week. You can keep the revision part and current affairs for the weekend.

Weekly Summary-3 to 4 hrs

Most aspirants use this method as a revision option. Sticking to only this method will increase the burden on you.

Monthly Booklets- 2-2.5days or 1 hr daily for ten days

Follow the government websites of Loksabha, Rajyasabha, and Press Information Bureau (pib.gov.in). Hare all the latest and actual information will share daily.

Government Sites and news outlet

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