Chanakya IAS Academy launches Current Affairs classes for IAS Aspirants Be prepared to scrutinize your IQ – It matters!

News Analysis and current affairs play a pivotal role in Civil Services examinations. It is about being alert and aware, rather than just having the knowledge. Looking at the trend of past 5 years, it clearly depicts that there is a tremendous rise in current affairs questions, and therefore, news analysis and current affairs part needs to be prepared holistically for all the three stages of civil services selection process – Prelims, Mains & the interview. Considering the need of a concise approach to prepare for current affairs, Chanakya IAS academy is commencing News Analysis and Current Affairs biweekly (weekend) batches in the Delhi centers from Nov. 11th, 2017.

Click Here for details and to enroll in the upcoming batch

The exclusive batch for current affairs being conducted at Chanakya IAS Academy aims to help aspirants develop a concise approach towards their preparation process for current affairs.

Aspirants, through these classes will be provided precise notes covering various important sources, like Newspaper editorials, AIR, Yojana and other important magazines, etc. Daily quiz, practice sessions and group discussion will also be a part of the special current affairs classes.

The other important topics which will be covered in the exclusive batch for current affairs are:

  • Comprehensive Analysis of Editorial columns and Opinion columns of The Hindu, Indian Express, Economic Times
  • Weekly coverage of PIB, PRS and EPW
  • Detailed analysis of magazines like Yojana, Kurukshetra, frontline and world focus
  • Coverage of AIR, RSTV, LSTV
  • discussing National and International Schemes and Initiatives
  • Detailed coverage of India Year Book and Economic Survey of India

Scientifically designed study material will help students learn from precise and clear information available rather than cluster of free-falling pool of data.  Answer writing practice for Current Affairs based Main Examination questions and related Preliminary type questions will also help students test their proficiency on the same.

The expert of Chanakya IAS Academy recently spoke to us and said, “Current affairs part needs to be prepared holistically under the guidance of a mentor, as too much reliability on magazines or websites may have detrimental effects on one’s preparation. Moreover getting the right source for current affairs is another challenge to the serious candidates. And therefore, this special batch for current affairs is designed as a one stop solution for all the candidates struggling to get right and concise material for current affairs preparation”

Students, who wish to enroll in the upcoming batch, can click here for details or leave their name and contact details in the comments section to schedule free counseling.

Utilize your weekends to enlighten their curious brains and grasp more of what’s happening around.

 

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9 comments

    • Dear Ravi, Please share your name and contact number and one of our experts will contact you to guide you further. Our current affair batch are starting from 11 November, you can either join our foundation batch for all three stages of exam or you can opt for only current affairs batch too.

      Good Luck

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    • Dear Ankit, You will have to manage time according to your shift timings. We also have weekend batches available, so you can join weekend batch for coaching, and keep rest of the weekdays for your revision. Our current affairs classes which are going to start from 11th November, are specially designed for working professionals. You can join that. For details, kindly share your contact details, so that I can arrange a call for you by our experts.

      Good Luck

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  1. Sir Irfan khan from maharastra I am willing to do upsc but until I can’t decide the language of for main exam so can u guide myself to how can overcome that problem and also tell me if it good that I used to study by using English materials but Wright answer in hindi or other regional language pls

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