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Course Overview

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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sir plz cover partial differentiation
Thanku so much sir for giving such a good lecture on hindu daily analysis nd editorials... because as iam working its very difficult me to manage time so ur videos are helpful in studying it in office hours.. thanku so much
sir u r nt updating editorial from 2nd of sep...plz update..its a humble request..since u r preparing also..there is no need to provide so many courses atleast provide editorial analysis on regular basis plz
Arpit Agrawal
2 years ago
Guys checkout the Hindi course of Daily Editorial Analysis of The Hindu for NOVEMBER
Thanks A lot SIR, for your great effort.
सर जी ये वीडियो टाइम पर डाला कीजिये कृपया। जिससे हम इस पर स्टिक रह पाएं। यहाँ 1 sep स के बाद आया नहीं कुछ। और उस दिन भी पुरे नहीं आये। अनाकडेमी के आलावा हर जगह टाइम से आता है एनलायसिस। study iq वालो को देखिये। वे कितने पंक्चुअल हैं। दीपांशु ज्यादा पंक्चुअल थे :/
Chandan Kumar
2 years ago
Nitin ji perhaps u dont know Jatin Sir is also preparing for UPSC mains. He is very punctual educator. U have no right to say something about Jatin Sir. please don't make such type of statement..
sir u r nt updating editorial from 2nd of sep...plz update..its a humble request..since u r preparing also..there is no need to provide so many courses atleast provide editorial analysis on regular basis plz
  1. DAILY THE HINDU EDITORIAL ANALYSIS For September 2017 By Jatin Verma, Educator, Uancademy. unacademy

  2. Course Overview To do the 'Analysis' of the news with background and inter-linkage. To Categorise Editorials acc. to UPSC Mains Syllabus To practice Previous Current Affairs based Questions through Editorials. >Taking a Multi-dimensional perspective of News for application in various papers of UPSC- GS-1, 2,3,4 & Essay; To Highlight Factual part relevant for various other Govt. Exams like SSC, Banking, APFC etc. To emphasize on the Facts important from the examination point of view. e For beginners, 'what-to-read' and'what-to-skip' For Job-goers and multi-taskers. . Above all, to make you fulfil your duty of being a "Responsible Citizen".

  3. Lessons Topic-wise division of Editorials depending on the theme. Relevant for all Current Affairs heavy & CSE Papers: Prelims- Understanding based approach to Current Affairs (esp. Economy, polity and International Relations); Mains G.S. Paper 1 : History and Society; Mains G.S. Paper 2: Polity & Gov. and International Relations: Mains GS, Paper 3: Economic Development, Security etc. Mains G.S. Paper 4: Probity in Governance, Transparency etc.

  4. Is it time to review Section 377?-A Debate Background: Naz Foundation challenged the constitutional validity of section 377 before the Delhi High Court and received a favourable verdict when the court held that the essence of Section 377 goes against the fundamental rights of citizens. The court declared that the Section, insofar as it criminalises consensual sexual acts of adults in private, is violative of Articles 21, 14 and 15. It further ruled that the provisions of Section 377 would continue to govern non-consensual penile non-vaginal sex and penile non-vaginal sex involving minors. . The Delhi High Court rightly held that criminalising sexual activities with consent in private not only impairs the dignity of those persons targeted by the law, but it is also discriminatory and impacts the health of those people. Gay men are seen as criminals by the law because of Section 377,and thus by other members of society. This judgment lifted the criminal restrictions on gay men. . Koushal Judgement of Supreme Court: Delhi H.C. judgement was short-lived as the Supreme Court in Suresh Kumar Koushal v. Naz Foundation (2013) set aside the Delhi High Court judgment.

  5. . Arguments in Favour of Scrapping Section 377 Pre- British era: Section 377, titled "unnatural offences", was enacted by the British after we lost our First War of Independence in 1857.They imposed their religio-cultural values upon us. Prior to that, sexual activities, including amongst homosexuals,were not penalised in India. Discriminatory in nature I.Though it textually applies to all persons, homosexual and heterosexual, it has been targeted at gay men. 2. Out of sync with other laws: The Koushal judgment did not notice that: After Criminal Law(Amendment)Act 201 3 the rape law itself had changed whereby instead of mere restriction on penile-vaginal non-consensual sex, it now includes a range of sexual activities including digital and object penetration Consent is considered to be irrelevant. In the case of children, law presumes no consent. Therefore all sexual acts between an adult and a child are penalised. Even PoCSO Act creates a provisoin for consensual sex], 3.Violation of Article 14 &15:Section 377 is now restricted only to gay men and perhaps transgender people.

  6. 82% 11 :44 81 % 11:56 a ial Jatin Verma Follow 55k Followers jatin verma geograp the hindu Ratings&Reviews acio Roman Saini economics A great course by Jatin Verma where he has literally covered all the important news from The Hindu. Must watch. modern history ja Jatin ha Mohit Rai 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 90 If i achieve my aim, my first salary will go to this great individual making this great informative and well-researched videos I should take this opportunity to thank and congratulate him for the wonderful work he is doing for all the aspirants. He is meticulous and almost perfect in his approach and understanding. Please q w e r t y u oP Sym e English(UK) 26k Enrollments Enroll

  7. About me Name: Jatin Verma Academic Background: Commerce, Public Administration Presently, preparing for UPSC CSE Hobbies: Autobiographies, Share trading, travelling, Participating in TV news debates, teaching. Unacademy Profile: Association with Unacademy: I. The Hindu News Analysis 2. The Hindu Editorial Analysis [Hindi & English] 3. Daily PIB Summary 4. Indian Polity - Crash Course [Hindi] 5. Daily MCQs on Current Affairs [Hindi & English] Courses by me: [Hindi & English] New [Hindi & English]