UPSC Current Affairs for IAS Exam
BYJU’s has taken an initiative through Daily News Analysis to simplify and make more comprehensible news reading. Newspaper reading, which is the most fundamental part of civil services preparation that includes IAS, generally takes more than three hours to read and analyze the information from the newspaper.
UPSC IAS exam preparation associated Current affairs. The UPSC Civil service IAS Exam 2017 is approaching. Visit our Comprehensive News Analysis segment which is exclusively dedicated to current affairs. It includes current events from 2015 which will be useful for Civil services exam 2017. This detailed current affair is prepared from different authentic sources like The Hindu, Business Standard, and PIB etc.
Importance of UPSC Current Affairs for IAS Exam
In UPSC/IAS examination the importance of current affairs is vast. Hence, BYJU’s has come up with Daily News Analysis that is a step to streamline current affairs and bring out the conceptual clarity on significant issues. We provide the daily summary of news analysis from prominent newspapers that covers relevant information which would make IAS aspirants easy to make UPSC current affairs notes out of this. Some of the features included in the Daily News Analysis Document are:
- Newspapers Covered – The Hindu, The Indian Express, Business Standard
- Additional Coverage– Relevant and apt news from Press Information Bureau (PIB)
- Classification– News will be classified into Polity and Governance, Economy, Environment, Science and Technology, International Relations, PIB and Editorials
- Frequency– Released in specific compilations as Daily News Analysis, Weekly Summary, and Monthly Issue
- Format- The file is provided in downloadable format on the same day
BYJU’s publish everyday significant and related events and issues in the news under daily news analysis section where one can also find the comprehensive news analysis, which is breakdown and categorized into four different general studies paper ( GS paper 1, 2, 3, and 4) as per the UPSC Syllabus.
Get your dose of daily current affairs for UPSC from BYJU’S comprehensive daily news analysis. Get detailed news analysis and sample IAS questions every day!
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