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Is it useful to join Newspaper Analysis module or Current affairs Module

Should institutes like Aspire Ias and Chokkalingam Sir's Current Affairs classes be joined to cover up current affairs portion. Are they beneficial or one should stick to making his own notes from newspaper.
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  • Actually I'm also having a query regarding current affairs. I am preparing by self studying and right now I am in 3 year of my B.Tech. For current affairs I read daily updates by insights and magazines by IAS BABA. Is it sufficient?
  • yes,it useful to join Newspaper Analysis module or Current affairs Module because we should know every thing of news.Now a days there is a great competition on every field so we should aware of current affairs.http://shyaminstitute.com/
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