While preparing for Current Affairs for Civil Service Exam students find it very difficult to manage so many different sources available. Many times they might skip some important news. On some days due to some unavoidable circumstances they do not find time to read newspapers. Many issues are difficult to grasp as students are not having the background knowledge of the issue. On many debatable issues it is difficult to find opinions. Time is also required to make detailed notes. Many times significance of the news from prelims, mains or essay point of view is not understood.
To address this, we have started Current Events Analysis module on UPSC Mantra. This module is designed to cover current events for Mains examination.
Current Events from January to November for Civil Service Exam Mains will be covered.
Comprehensive weekly updates on all sections of IAS General Studies
Detail printed booklets of four weeks in a month (about 50 pages per booklet) will be dispatched to students.
Civil Service Exam General Studies Syllabus based sections includes:
POLITY – GOVERNANCE
INDIA AND WORLD
ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND APTITUDE
QUESTIONS section included in current event analysis is designed considering the Civil Service Exam General Studies Mains question papers to give students enough practice.
Extensive coverage of information from sources like The Hindu, Yojana, Kurukshetra, Frontline, Indian Express, Economic Times, Science reporter, India Today, World Focus, Economic and Political Weekly, etc
Blended approach of objective and analytical information
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