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CA monthly compilation

friends, ive started my prep. for cse 2019
so for CA i am following hindu daily and insights ca on daily basis
but which monthly compilation should i
follow

insights, vision, or ias baba. ?

which is better for mains and prelims perspective.

Comments

  • edited June 13
    today in this highly marketization of current affairs, we can easily see that institutes are making bulky, mostly irrelevant , complex, overloaded of info type current affairs

    simplicity has been lost

    notes from a student point of view has been lost

    commercialization has made current affairs look very very bulky

    this puts enormous burden on aspirants, particularly freshers, as they don't know whats relevant and whats not

    so, if u want daily UPSC relevant, precise and only kaam ki baat no bakwaas type news mostly based on hindu , then u can go thru the link below, rest up to u decide

    http://chromeias.com/2018/06/10/daily-current-affairs-cnc-june-9-2018/

    http://chromeias.com/2018/06/11/daily-current-affairs-cnc-june-10-11-2018/



    Many reasons to still remain happy.
  • I would say, go for VisionIAS.
    Reshami si maaya thi,
    Aur main takata jaata tha.
  • I would say, go for VisionIAS.

    vision se better ForumIAS ka hai

    Forum ka Factly was nice

    ab VisionIAS nahi ForumIAS rule karega


    Many reasons to still remain happy.
  • I would say, go for VisionIAS.

    yes many suggested vision
    and that was the concern
    everyone is following visions, so to avoid repetetions i thought of ias baba.
    but it is quite lenthy.
  • Focus on newspapers, down to earth and yojana. Make short notes dilligently..
  • today in this highly marketization of current affairs, we can easily see that institutes are making bulky, mostly irrelevant , complex, overloaded of info type current affairs

    simplicity has been lost

    notes from a student point of view has been lost

    commercialization has made current affairs look very very bulky

    this puts enormous burden on aspirants, particularly freshers, as they don't know whats relevant and whats not

    so, if u want daily UPSC relevant, precise and only kaam ki baat no bakwaas type news mostly based on hindu , then u can go thru the link below, rest up to u decide

    http://chromeias.com/2018/06/10/daily-current-affairs-cnc-june-9-2018/

    http://chromeias.com/2018/06/11/daily-current-affairs-cnc-june-10-11-2018/

    @truthteller how is chrome ias daily news compared to others like insights, iasbaba, forum.can u suggest which one should follow for prelims ?
  • today in this highly marketization of current affairs, we can easily see that institutes are making bulky, mostly irrelevant , complex, overloaded of info type current affairs

    simplicity has been lost

    notes from a student point of view has been lost

    commercialization has made current affairs look very very bulky

    this puts enormous burden on aspirants, particularly freshers, as they don't know whats relevant and whats not

    so, if u want daily UPSC relevant, precise and only kaam ki baat no bakwaas type news mostly based on hindu , then u can go thru the link below, rest up to u decide

    http://chromeias.com/2018/06/10/daily-current-affairs-cnc-june-9-2018/

    http://chromeias.com/2018/06/11/daily-current-affairs-cnc-june-10-11-2018/

    @truthteller how is chrome ias daily news compared to others like insights, iasbaba, forum.can u suggest which one should follow for prelims ?
    Chromeias is bad. Insights is better for daily news. Vision also better. don't know about ias baba.
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