Daily Current Affairs for UPSC IAS Preparation- 9 PM Daily Brief

Daily Current Affairs - UPSC Current Affairs - 9 PM Daily Brief

You don’t need to look anywhere more for your Current Affairs daily news bytes.

The idea behind 9 PM Daily Brief is to make aspirants aware of news articles from different newspapers bearing relevance to Civil Services Preparation.

Why do you need 9 PM Brief?

UPSC syllabus is rather indicative than exhaustive and needs a broader learning curve and regular updates. The aspirant needs to have a practical working knowledge of almost everything happening socially, politically, economically, geographically and historically.

News reading is an important aspect which supplements above mentioned criteria. The articles in newspaper are of relevance to any given civil services examination paper whether it be optional, essay, general studies or preliminary. Also, newspaper being dynamic in nature there is no difference in strategy of reading newspaper for a newcomer or an experienced aspirant. But does one really have time to sift through so many newspapers and even more number of articles on daily basis.

Hence, our editorial team tries to make task easier for you by sifting through 4 to 5 relevant newspapers skimming articles and presenting the details in a concise form. These entire articles briefed and brought together for the day that we call as 9 PM Daily Brief. You don’t need to look anywhere more for your daily news bytes.

Frequency: 9 PM Daily Brief comes on weekdays from Monday to Friday. The brief is not published on Saturdays and Sundays. The news byte for weekend can be found on the Monday.

PS: We still recommend you to go through one newspaper for the day.


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