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How To Read Yojana - Tips to Read Yojana Effectively - UPSC CSE 2018 - 2019 By Roman Saini

hey guys what's up so today I'm gonna

tell you a tips which you need to

understand and which you need to

environment which you need to

internalize and which you need to eat

and digest and absorb and assimilate to

read do genomic zine so this is

especially true for those parents who

are appearing in 2019 exam but it is

equally true for those aspirants who

will be appearing in 18 or 20 or 21

because the original magazine is not

going to change and it is they are going

on for the last 50 years okay the 10th

time with Jalan Naru so why do you need

your Jinnah in the first place why do we

need to redo it now there are so many

magazines available there are so many

monthly magazines available there's so

much current affairs available out there

are so many videos and whatnot so why

does yours now become so important in

that case so your channel becomes very

very important because it is published

by the government of india same is the

case of the Science reporter magazine

these magazines are published by

Government of India so if you can't code

the data even if it is incorrect when

difficult code their line of thinking so

it will align with the government's

version or the vision and in that case

you cannot be penalized by the examiner

and the articles and the facts they are

approved and vetted by the government in

yo Jinnah so usually senior bureaucrats

PhD scholars researchers big guys hot

shorts so these people they write the

leg ministers etc these are the people

who write the article so they are

approved and rated by the government so

that is our the authenticity credibility

is very very high when it comes to your

Jinnah all the data all the quotations

government standing whether a PMC is

good or not whether it is doing justice

or not whether MSP are working or not

so that is easily you can reduce it by

reading your journal and we usually use

nas there based upon a monthly issue and

they talk about a particular theme for

example monsoon can be a theme disaster

management can be a theme poverty and be

a theme public health can be a theme

Rural Development can be a theme cyber

security can be a theme defence can be a

team acceptor so there are twelve you

knows in a year so ideally you should

read last 18 months you know before you

appear for any exam for example we are

appearing in prelims of June 2018

then you should study from January 2017

onwards and so on and so forth so

unlike newspapers editorials are written

by left or right oriented writers like

newspaper you know right so if you're

reading the Hindu it is slightly went

towards the left is the reading Indian

Express slightly went towards the right

huge no articles as I've told you they

are written by scholars PhD scholars

professors bureaucrats ministers except

rough and they have generally

politically neutral they don't take

sides even if they're written by a

politician they are unbiased and thank

you both the pros and cons was very very

good suggestion so it has both

constructive criticism and overtly

optimistic and very slight pessimistic

and it is also followed by redressal

mechanism okay so that is why eugenics

trading is like a must from my

perspective now it covers a topic very

very holistically and you don't have to

look for any other source for that

particular topic for example a huge

inner issue of women empowerment will

cover every aspect related to an

empowerment now what do you need to

understand into an empowerment so how

did the movement started was there a

term women empowerment 150 years ago

answer is no there was suffragette

movement which is started in the late

19th century in Britain where the women

were not even write the word so their

friends then think they want equality in

each and every sphere of the life they

don't want superiority they want

equality and that is a push through

women empowerment that can be done now

it also will talk about women's status

in society why in India women are not

given the equal status as compared to

men the role of women in the freedom

struggle is very important you want to

highlight such a attacker Palani

Rajkumari Amrit Kaur these are like

obviously starting from Nasik irani

lakshmi bayi so the lord of women which

are involved in the freedom struggle of

india and we owe our freedom to as much

as to women as we owed to the men so

almost all the topics which are covered

by Oh Jinnah they're highly relevant for

two things one is for the mains

examination and second is for the

Science and Technology and the 2017

issues they cover the topics like

disaster management cashless economy

labor reforms Social Security GST goods

and services tax etc and these topics

are very very relevant highly relevant

topics and you can be really sure that

you will find these topics in your GES

paper as a paper a text paper

or even your optional paper so these are

the things you'll encounter again you'll

have to study the last 18 months yogena

if let's say you are giving the exam and

2019 then the means is in October 2009

teen then you should at least study from

February 2017 onwards all these OHS now

should be on your tips and finally

yogena does not make a hole on your

pocket it is the cheapest magazine

available out there very very high

quality paper it is just cost 10 20

rupees

it is definitely the cheapest magazine

for EPS equilibration you can find in

the market and you can even download it

legally for free if you like to read

with a soft copy it is available on

Regina's website but there is a delay of

three to four months now important tips

is do not start reading you know before

you finish and CRTs and other essential

books because you not understand

anything it is not a substitute for

these sorts you know just a lot of

current affairs information a lot of

static information it can at best

supplement these sources and just to

start reading Eugenia after your first

few months of preparation are done when

you have read newspapers religiously and

you know a little bit of most of the

important topics otherwise you'll not be

able to understand anything at all then

you should not dedicate more than one

day or ten arts for 100 Jenai issue

that's all it includes the time taken

for making notes from it no more to make

it a week-long exercise like one you

know means one day that's all less than

24 hours should go in that then do not

read you know like a novel people do it

with steak they lay out their on lie on

their bed and they start to read it but

that does not work do you have to

definitely underline highlight the

important points you have to make notes

out of it so that you can revise at the

time of exam and if you do not make note

the whole exercise will be completely

futile and when you do revise it they

will have to again go through the whole

exercise and that is really really

painful and it is not something which I

recommend during the exam hall then many

articles on the same topic will have the

repetition of many points so don't you

necessarily need not to repeat the

entire use you know again you can just

make the notes from all the important

parts so you should have women

empowerment will have almost all the

articles focusing on problems of women

in India giving suggestions on improving

health education and employment

political participation and you should

not make this repetition in your notes

then sort out the Arctic

with the repetition of ideas and points

try to read them in one go compile all

the different points in your notes so

that your note says your notes are like

one stop single repository of yogena

do not copy paste the lines otherwise

you'll not be able to remember them but

try to write them in your own words okay

in bullet points our point form but not

in the paragraph form then you must read

the editorial or chief editors article

on first or second page because what it

does is it gives the brief summary of

the entire yogena and that you will know

exactly what kind of issues you are

going to encounter in the entire

magazine so it is always a very good

idea and I personally recommend it that

you reach the chief editorials chief

editors article on the first page

because it will give you a holistic

picture or the preliminary picture of

what we are you are going to encounter

and finally is the most important part

do revise the notes which you have made

from a particular revision as you

regularly try to really try to revise

and try to retain these three are read

revise it retain is the basic month of

abrasive preparation and finally recall

and reproduction of the information so

read revise retain three colon reproduce

the information so thank you for

watching this particular lesson I hope

now the use in our reading is not that

big of a pain for you guys and you will

be able to make crisp notes out of it

and you will be able to use whenever

you're writing an answer first of luck