A demo session, to be precise, lets our subscribers know about our Course and its functionality. The minute details of Polity, Economy and Current Affairs provided in our demo video give the aspirants clear-cut knowledge about the level of expertise we have followed in our course.
As you all know, Current Affairs covers a major part of the UPSC Exam, whether it is associated with Prelims, Mains or Interview. Although UPSC Syllabus comprises a number of subjects viz Economy, Indian Polity, Geography etc., it all covers contemporary issues. Therefore, Daily Current Affairs and Editorial Analysis or Daily News Analysis for UPSC is a must for every UPSC candidate.
JV’s IAS started the Daily The Hindu News and Editorial Analysis- October 2021 for UPSC CSE 2021-2022.
Based on the demand of students, Jatin Verma Sir has launched this course on Daily News and Editorial analysis in which he will be covering the important editorials from The Hindu, Indian Express and LiveMint.
In this course, Jatin Verma will be covering all important Articles and Editorials from The Hindu Prelims and Mains preparation for the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2020. The Course will be conducted in English as well as Hindi. The PDF will also be provided for the session. We have added a new feature of Notes Making, which you can use to take the notes along with the live session thus will be helpful for you at the time of revision.
With Daily Current Affairs and Editorial Analysis, Daily News Analysis for UPSC course, UPSC and state PSC Aspirants will be in a position to comprehend the editorials written by experts, make concise notes out of editorials and get the exposure of probable questions from daily editorials. This course will help aspirants develop an informed opinion on any issue of national & international importance which is a must for all stages of UPSC CSE Exam - Prelims, Mains and Interview.
Features In this course, students will get the following:
Regular updates on important editorials with background
Summary of Editorials in PDF Format
Probable Mains Questions framed around an editorial
Probable Prelims oriented Questions
Inter-linking of Editorials with static subjects: Polity, Economy, Social Issues, etc.
Explanation of complex jargon related to economics, polity, geography, and social issues