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JV’s Daily Target for UPSC CSE 2021- DAY 10- 17th February, 2021

This is the tenth day of the 120 day JV’s Daily Target Plan for UPSC CSE 2021. Hope you are following the plan sincerely.

 

Target for Freshers: 8 hours

First attempt in 2021

 

 

Subjects/Topics to be covered on 17th Feb 2021

DATE

POLITY (SLOT 1:
(2 hours)

MODERN HISTORY - SLOT 2:
(2 hours)

CURRENT AFFAIRS MAGAZINE - 

SLOT 3:
(2 hours)

REVISION - 

SLOT 4:
2 hours)

17/2/2021

Parliamentary System, Federal System

Simon Commission and the Nehru report

Revise June 2020(1/2)

Revise 17/2/2021 targets

 

First approach for freshers should be to complete the first reading of the syllabus as soon as possible with recall revisions. When you are reading your target should be on the learning and recall process. 

  • Shift 1 (2 hours): Start with Laxmikanth Chapter12 Parliamentary System  and Chapter 13 Federal System. Read and reread the chapter first. Then make short notes of the chapters.
  • Shift 2 (2 hours): Start with Spectrum Modern History Chapter 18 Simon Commission and the Nehru Report. Read and reread the chapter first. Then make short notes of the chapter.
  • Shift 3 (2 hours): Today we will start with the revision of June 2020 again. Constant revision is important  to retain what you read. You will be revising  the magazine in 2 days. Today is the first day. 
  • Shift 4 (2 hours): This is a daily revision slot. You must revise all the short notes made by you in this slot and try to recall it. 

 

Target for Experienced Aspirants: 8 hours


 

 

Subjects/Topics to be covered on 17th Feb 2021

DATE

OPTIONAL

(SLOT 1:

2 hours)

POLITY 

(SLOT 2: 2 hours)

MODERN HISTORY

(SLOT 3: 

2 hours)

CURRENT AFFAIRS MAGAZINE

(SLOT 4: 

1 hour)

REVISION

(SLOT 5: 

1 hour)

17/2/2021

Optional

Centre–State Relations (1/2)

QIM, demand for Pakistan, and the INA; Post-War National scenario

Revise June 2020

Revise 17/2/2021 targets

 

  • Shift 1 (2 hours): Start revising your Mains Optional. This slot will go on till 31st March, 2021 but students can leave or carry on with Optional as per their Prelims preparation.
  • Shift 2 (2 hours): Your target for this shift today is Chapter 14- Centre–State Relations. This chapter is very important and thus must be covered in depth. You will get two days to finish the chapter. Read and reread the chapter first. Then make short notes of the chapter.
  • Shift 3 (2 hours): Start with Spectrum Modern History Chapter 23 Quit India Movement, Demand for Pakistan, and the INA and Chapter 24 Post-War National Scenario. Read and reread the chapter first. Then make short notes of the chapter.
  • Shift 4 (1 hour): Today we will start with the revision of June 2020 again. Constant revision is important  to retain what you read. You will be revising  the magazine in 2 days. Today is the first day. 
  • Shift 5 (1 hour): This is a daily revision slot. You must revise all the short notes made by you in this slot and try to recall it. 

 

Target for Working/ College students/ Housewives: 4 hours

 

 

Subjects/Topics to be covered on 17th Feb 2021

DATE

POLITY (SLOT 1: 2 hours)

MODERN HISTORY(SLOT 2: 1 hour)

CURRENT AFFAIRS MAGAZINE

(SLOT 3: 1 hour)

17/2/2021

Centre–State Relations (1/2)

CDM and round table conferences (1/2)

Revise June 2020

 

  • Shift 1 (2 hours): : Your target for this shift today is Chapter 14- Centre–State Relations. This chapter is very important and thus must be covered in depth. You will get two days to finish the chapter. Read and reread the chapter first. Then make short notes of the chapter.
  • Shift 2 (1 hour): Start with Spectrum Modern History Chapter 19 Civil Disobedience Movement and Round Table Conferences. Read and reread the chapter first. Then make short notes of the chapter.
  • Shift 3 (1 hour):  Today we will start with the revision of June 2020 again. Constant revision is important  to retain what you read. You will be revising the magazine in 2 days. Today is the first day.

 

That's it for today. Keep preparing. All the best!!! See you tomorrow.