AIR 50’s Structured Approach to Current Affairs for UPSC 2024-25 | Analysis, Answer Writing, & Notemaking | Clarity with Rankers by Abhijit Ray, IAS 2022 batch (rank 50)

6th August @ 1:00 pm | Structured and Integrated approach to UPSC current affairs with AIR 50, IAS Abhijit Ray | Click below and register for the session

Are you tired of spending hours reading newspapers/monthly compilations, making notes, and watching countless current affairs videos on YouTube, only to feel unfulfilled and frustrated with your current affairs preparation at the end of the day? It’s a common struggle for many UPSC aspirants, and we understand the challenges you’re facing.

Abhijit Ray, Civilsdaily’s student and now an IAS (2022 batch), Rank 50, too faced the same issues. But he was able to unravel this mystery and develop a unique approach that made all the difference.

Abhijit’s Clarity with Rankers webinar will delve into the world of current affairs and decode what UPSC really expects from aspirants. Abhijit’s unique strategy is simple, effective, and outcome-oriented, designed to make a real difference in your preparation journey.

I want to share my UPSC current affair approach which was wholesome, integrated, simplified and minimalistic.. you don’t need to spend countless hours and waste your time-efforts..

Abhijit Ray, IAS


This session will be held in online mode.

Date: 6th August 2023 (Sunday)

Time: 1:00 pm Onwards

Zoom Meeting Link will be sent via your registered email address.

Who should attend this Clarity with Ranker session?

This webinar will benefit:

  • If Current Affairs seem to take up 4-5 hours of your time and still keep your prep unfulfilled
  • Aspirants gearing up for UPSC 2024-25, be it college students, working professionals, or candidates who are at the very onset of their journey.
  • Those who attempted UPSC 2022 but couldn’t make it through and aim to make critical improvements for a stronger comeback in 2024.
  • Candidates still trying to wrap their heads around the patterns, syllabus, and expectations of UPSC with respect to Current Affairs.
  • Aspirants who are sure to clear UPSC Prelims 2023 and want to fill critical gaps in their Mains’23 Answer Writing prep.
  • Aspirants who are not able to decipher the pattern and changing trends of UPSC Mains.

What should you expect?

In this interactive session, you will learn not only how to cover current affairs and the best sources, but also how to collect-analyse-organize-utilize-revise current affairs.

  1. How to cover daily current affairs in just 1.5 hrs along with notes and answer writing? Important especially for working professionals and college-going aspirants.
  2. How to link Current Affairs and GS Static parts in UPSC Preparation and particularly for UPSC answers? Integrating content in your answers for a toppers’ level answer.
  3. How Current Affairs can help beat the unpredictability of UPSC paper, especially Prelims?
  4. Effective note-making techniques that are tailored to UPSC current affairs.
  5. Best, authentic, minimum source of current Affairs for UPSC-CSE prelims & Mains Preparation. Do’s & Dont’s, How to remake ‘Recognition of information’ into ‘recall, analyze & express’
  6. Issues in Current Affairs coverage-
    • What to read and what to ignore?
    • What are the sources?
    • How much time should be devoted to Current Affairs?
    • Can newspapers be a substitute for monthly magazines?
    • How toppers make their current affairs notes?
    • How to integrate CA into Mains answers
    • Daily, weekly coverage vs monthly coverage
  7. Subjects, directly and indirectly, dependent on UPSC Current Affairs
  8. What is the difference between ‘Opinion-based current affairs’ & ‘Current issues with Fact-based’ questions will also be discussed thoroughly in this webinar.
  9. What are the common Blindspots and Loopholes in the preparation for Current Affairs that are faced by most of the aspirants?
  10. How to have a comprehensive analysis covering all the relevant current affairs topics, with a focus on interlinkages, answer writing, and retention of information?

About Abhijit Ray

NameAbhijit Ray
RankAIR 50
No. of Attempts4
Attempt in 2018couldn’t clear Prelims
2019failed prelims again
2020couldn’t clear Mains
Optional SubjectAnthropology (in all the attempts)
HobbyComposing Poem & recreational cycling

Post-Webinar CivilsDaily’s UPSC Mentorship session and Atomic Notes

Post webinar we will share FREE Samachar Mathan Current Affairs Module and Atomic Notes Current Affairs PDF.

You will also get a 1-1 Mentorship session with Sukanya Rana ma’am

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