Newspapers for UPSC exam
Read Important Newspapers for UPSC/IAS/CSE Exam. these newspapers are also beneficial for state Services exams any many govt. exams.
Skipping the newspaper during UPSC/Civil Services exam preparation won’t be a wise decision. It does have a lot of perks. Even reading the headlines and going through a newspaper daily will increase retention of current affairs in the mind, which will help in the exam.
Importance of newspapers for UPSC exam
Newspapers are an indispensable source of learning current affairs and various other national and international topics of IAS/UPSC/CSE Preliminary and Mains exam and reading Newspapers develop your skills for IAS/UPSC/CSE Interview. UPSC exam demands in-depth knowledge of socio-economic issues, current affairs, and the latest government policies.
How to read newspapers ?
Reading newspaper is a very essential part during UPSC Preliminary and Mains exam preparations, but, due to very less time of preparation, aspirants are not able to pay out a bit much time in reading newspaper. There are some important tips and tricks which will help aspirants reading newspaper precisely yet without wasting much time.
Aspirants who are preparing for Civil Services Examination/UPSC should obey strictly the following listed suggestions and rules to read and complete the newspaper on daily basis.
(1) Select authentic newspapers
First of all, search which are the most reliable newspapers in the market for the exam you are preparing for, so that, from those newspapers you can easily get more and more reading material related to your UPSC exam syllabus. Best and useful Newspapers for UPSC aspirants, listed below.
- THE HINDU
- Indian Express
- Business Standard
- National Issue of Dainik Jagran (For Hindi Medium Students)
NOTE: Reading newspapers especially THE HINDU and Indian express are most important for UPSC exam preparation. And read maximum 2 newspapers daily for your exam preparation.
(2) Allot a certain period of time for reading newspapers
Allotting a certain period of time for reading newspapers depends on educational background of aspirant, if you have completed your schooling and graduation in English medium, it will take less than 2 hours in complete reading. if u have done your schooling and graduation in Hindi medium, it will take more than 3 hours in complete reading. If you are starting afresh, it may take around 3 hours in complete reading. Once you get hold on the reading and understanding it will take around an hour.
You should give 2 to 3 hours to read and complete the newspaper on daily basis.
List of important newspapers for UPSC exam
According to the depth analysis of previous years UPSC Preliminary and Mains papers, Civil Services aspirants must prepare themselves for current affairs section of Civil services Preliminary exam and various important topics of Civil Services mains Papers by reading of newspapers and magazines. The list of best newspapers and their links recommended by the UPSC Exam Qualified candidates are listed below.
List of newspapers
दैनिक जागरण राष्ट्रीय
The Economics Times
The Financial Express
Times of India
|19||Amar Ujala||Click Here|
|20||Dainik Bhaskar (Delhi)||Click here|
|21||The Tribun||Click Here|
|22||Business Standard(Hindi)||Click Here|
|23||The Tribun||Click Here|
|24||Dainik Bhaskar (Delhi)||Click here|