The significance of reading newspaper for IAS Exam has increased tremendously in past few years. Out of the many newspapers available in the market for UPSC Preparation, The Hindu stands out with its enormous and effective coverage of crucial issues. Here, we have tried to decode a unique strategy to study the Hindu.
UPSC Prelims 2019 Result has been released at upsc.gov.in. Candidates, who are going to appear for the UPSC (IAS) Mains paper, check here how to fill the Detailed Application Form (DAF), which is very crucial for UPSC Interview round.
In this article we have shared the success story and preparation strategy of IAS 2018 Topper Shubham Gupta, All India Rank 6, for IAS Prelims, IAS Mains and Interview round. IAS aspirants are advised to read this story to know the inspiring journey of Shubham Gupta involving hard work and perseverance.
India year book is the most comprehensive form of current affairs in India and hence the significance of reading it for IAS Exam has increased tremendously over the past few years. Here, we have tried to decode a unique tactic to study the India Year Book 2018.
Union Public Services Commission conducted the Civil Services Main Exam (written) from 28 September 2018 for the recruitment of IAS, IPS and other central civil services. The General Studies Paper II, was conducted on 29 September 2018 in the noon session.
India is on a high growth trajectory that is expected to lift millions out of poverty. However,presently the quality of life of many of its citizens is not consistent with this growth story. Lets get the ways to address this
Now the IAS Prelims Exam is more analytical in orientation, which requires a subjective approach in the studies. Reading and understanding the reports to form a crux of important reports became the success mantra for the IAS Prelims.
While presenting the Budget 2018-19, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced that education and health would be the focus areas of the government in the next financial year. Accordingly, several new initiatives were announced to improve access as well as quality of education and health in the country.
In this article, the status of India’s health and education sectors are explained. This analysis is based on the ‘Social Infrastructure, Employment and Human Development’ chapter in the volume 2 of the Economic Survey 2017-18.
The report contains a health index that ranked all the States and the Union Territories (UTs) on the basis of their performance on twenty four indicators such as neo-natal mortality rate, under-five mortality rate, total fertility rate, sex ratio at birth, immunization coverage, and functional 24x7 public health centres.