“A wealth of information leads to a poverty of attention” — Herbert Simon
A fundamental problem with Current affairs is the deluge of reading material. Freshers, in their earlier attempts, are prone to buy Current Affairs material out of whim, in a delusional hope that It now brings more marks. Their room is filled with CSR, Pratiyogita Darpan, EPW, Chronicle, Yojana and every random magazine you can name.
Alas! The harsh reality is they buy them out of excitement, keep them safely on their desk, never to reopen again for lack of time. Such too much material becomes counter-productive.
Even with numerous things pending, you still have a great chance to crack the UPSC exam, If you learn how to focus on issues, not mere page-full news.
Free to Attend (with mandatory registration) Ask me Anything Session with Khusboo Gupta IAS to get insights into the power-packed current affairs strategy for all to clear the Exam through various stages and of necessary Do’s & Don’ts.
A busy IAS Officer like Khusboo Gupta is free only on a Sunday. But she loves to dedicate her Sundays to mentor upcoming civil servants. So join her and give your UPSC preparation a new Edge and direction! This webinar is absolutely free. All aspirants are heartily welcome to attend.
Date: 24th April, 2022 (Sunday)
Time: 3PM to 4 PM
Infallible Tips to Learn in This Free Live Webinar by IAS Khusboo Gupta!
1. Her strategy on Current Affairs: Timetable, sources, the role of Samachar Manthan, online sources and reports, and how she improved herself on a daily basis.
2. Advice on current events, especially for newcomers.
3. What procedures did Khushboo absolutely avoid that were widely practiced by other hopefuls to study current events?
4. Techniques for revising current events that are common, customary, and used frequently. What exactly are they?
5. Preparing for Current Affairs as a working professional. How did Khushboo reduce her newspaper reading time by using the Civilsdaily app?
About Khusboo Gupta:
Khushboo Gupta was an IIT-Engineering student from Baba Gandha Singh Public School in Bhadaur, Punjab. In Her 2nd attempt of CSE 2018 with Mathematics as an optional secured All India Rank 80.