There’s no denying to the fact that Current Affairs potion holds major importance in the Civil Services Examination nowadays. With a large section of questions asked from Current Affairs every year, it is very important that you cover everything in a concise manner so as to get hold of everything that could be asked in the exam.
To assist you with your preparation, we, hereby, provide a crisp and brief compilation of Daily Current Affairs, after extracting relevant topics from 4-5 major newspapers, in the form of daily initiatives like individual News analysis, News of the day and Must Read News Articles.
7 PM Editorial
Reading articles from the Newspaper plays a very important role in covering Current Affairs. They are important for your Prelims exam as well as your optional paper. Going through a wide range of topics in different newspapers can be a huge and tedious task for a candidate to do every day. To ease this up for you, we have our editorial team coming up with a detailed and in-depth analysis of a selected topic from the News every day. These analyses are designed in a way to give you an insight into the matter while providing you with every other relevant data that is associated with it.
You can catch up on the daily analysis from here: 7 PM Editorials
9 PM Brief
To make your newspaper reading journey easy, we have our 9 PM brief initiative that will take you through the summaries of a variety of news articles sourced from different relevant newspapers in a simpler and succinct manner. It will help you prepare for the Current Affairs portion without having to search through the entire newspaper to extract the data relevant to the exam point of view.
You can access all the News briefing from here: 9 PM Brief
Must Read News Articles
While short and compiled News makes your preparation smooth and trouble-free, it is still important that you, being a serious IAS aspirant, go through the important News articles that are published in the major newspapers every day. A candidate must read such articles on a daily basis in order to survive questions from such sources, which are sometimes directly asked in the exam. Usually, it gets really confusing for a candidate to figure which News article to give importance to. We have, again, made this task easy for you. We come daily with a list of must-read articles from sources like The Hindu, Indian Express and Live Mint. All you need to do is read those articles thoroughly and get on with your preparation.
Read all that is required from here: Must Read News Article
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