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Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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gm sir plz sir suggest me sth. i need to know how to divide time on daily basis beween DNA& EDITORIALS ...well pib too.. actually if taken care still it required 1 hr for each so no tym for revision or any other subject.. how i even think of following answriting and mcqs or other things... sir kuch to weekly hona chahiye na... or else plz suggest me sth thanks sir waiting for your reply
Babi Chaudhary
2 years ago
same problem! Please consider _/\_
u can divede ur 9 hrs in a way .. 3.hrs for current 4.hrs for Gs 1.hr for answere writing 1. hr for revise . but for this u have to be dedicated enough .
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Sonam Sharma
2 years ago
dear jawwad first i m concentrating on optional if i gave so much much tym on DNA, EDITORIALS, MCQS or PIB then revision ... what to do with optional and revision? so i want one discussion on how to complete news n editorial without skipping them daily thanks...
Hardik Siroha
2 years ago
hey saw this thread, i know it's not asked to me but what i can suggest is you shouldn't give more than 40-50minutes to a paper on any day. see, newspaper have lot of scattered stuff which need to be compiled. now i don't see any point in doing it yourself when there are people paid specifically to do that like insights,visions,etc. so in newspaper if you only read editorial and cover rest through current affair booklet it be decent.i believe in studying the topic not the source so you don't need to study one thing again and again from different sources as marginal returns will be quite low.
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Sonam Sharma
2 years ago
thanks hardik.. nice suggestion in fact.. u r always welcome while giving anything substantial... thnks
Hardik Siroha
2 years ago
:)
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Sir please make the video on notes making...it is very confusing nd time consuming thing... can you please suggest something better 4 it......? please sir if you have time make d video on this........Bcz very less number of months remain for prelims.....
Chandan Mahato
2 years ago
Roman sir already created a video on how to make awesome notes and how to read the Hindu. You can watch them both on YouTube and Unacademy.
Chandan Mahato
2 years ago
1.Roman Saini: Art of preparing notes: link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HjtQQuK5qVw 2. Deepanshu Singh: Link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vV45spZ5NhI 3. How to read Hindu: Roman Saini, https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oONAWt24lcQ 4. Jatin Verma : https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4pNZI_cpS_c
Nini G
2 years ago
okay thanks
Chandan Mahato
2 years ago
welcome. If u have further any issues, please let me know. :)
Nini G
2 years ago
yeah sure!!!!!
sir plz mention the topic name according to sub topics and paper
R M
2 years ago
Your demand is a legitimate one, but what would be more benefecial for you is to memorize the syllabus and categorize the topics on your own. Trust me, it will be of immense help. #Suggestion.
R M
2 years ago
Beneficial*
Abhishek solanki
2 years ago
ok sir thanks a lot
Abhishek solanki
2 years ago
ok sir thanks a lot
Abhishek solanki
2 years ago
ok sir thanks a lot
Sir gst pe ek chota sa video bna do kyuki bhot confusion h mujhe isme jaise step by tax h one nation one tax h aur pta ni kya kya to alag alag padhne se sb khichdi ho jati h exam point of view se ni v to understanding point of view se ya agr koi video aisa bna h to wo v bta do to chalega
  1. DAILY NEWS ANALYSIS for 21st July 2017 By JATIN VERMA Educator Unacademy For Daily The Hindu News & Editorial analysis- Visit my Unacademy profile- www.unacademy.com/user/studiousjatin


  2. Page I +10: India & China should withdraw together. India's MEA: All countries are with us. All countries understand that the position that India has adopted is not unreasonable. Our position is just and all countries recognise our position as such. . Highlighted that Panchsheel, the policy of mutual co-existence crafted during the Nehruvian era for bilateral ties with China, remains on track. . The comment on Panchsheel is significant as the English media from Beijing in recent weeks had described the Indian action in Doklam, as against Panchsheel's emphasis on 'peaceful co- existence. . BRICS Summit: National Security Adviser Ajit Doval will travel to China to participate in the BRICS NSAs' meeting.


  3. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, known in India as the Panchsheel Treaty (from Sanskrit, panch: five, sheel: virtues), are a set of principles to govern relations between states. Their first formal codification in treaty form was in an agreement between China and India in 1954. This agreement stated the five principles as: Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty. 2. Mutual non-aggression. 3. Mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs. 4. Equality and cooperation for mutual benefit 5. Peaceful co-existence. 1.


  4. Page I l: India, japan civil nuclear deal comes into force. [TOI] The entry into force comes a few months before Shinzo Abe's scheduled visit to India in September 2017 Prime Minister Modi and Abe had a meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg on July 8, where they reviewed the state of bilateral relations. Abe is expected to formally begin the ground breaking for the high-speed train project to run from Ahmedabad to Mumbai. The deal allows Japan to export nuclear technology to India, making it the first non-NPT signatory to have such a deal with Tokyo.


  5. 12 World News: U.S. ends covert aid to Syrian rebels President Donald Trump has ended the clandestine American program to provide arms and supplies to Syrian rebel group, a recognition that the effort was failing and and supplies to Syrian rebel groups> a rec that the administration has given up hope of helping to topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad. From the start, there were doubts that arming disorganised, often internally fractious forces would succeed. Officials in the Obama administration conceded that there was no way to predict the future loyalties of those who received U.S. arms, despite a lengthy vetting process. . That problemgetting the weapons into the right hands and assuring they were not passed on to others and used against U.S. troops or allies plagued the effort soorn after it was proposed by Hillary Clinton


  6. . 13 Business Page: . Vendors from whom small businessmen buy products or services are too small to be in GST, but for businesses to get input tax credits, the vendors must be registered. So, even those not eligible for GST have to register. We had done a study of the state VAT and we found that 37% of the taxpayers registered were below the . They had registered voluntarily precisely for this reason because manufacturers and wholesalers would . So the same kind of thing will happen here as well. Rs. 5 lakh threshold. buy from them only if they were registered so that they could utilise the input tax credits. Sugar Dealer-Tax paids 15000, Confectioner A Sugar sold to Confectioner A. Total Sale 11.50 L. Less Sugar of 150,000 [Input] Rs. 150,000 Input Tax of Rs. Credit 15000 adjusted


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