They say a thing about time, that it stops for no one. We say the same about current affairs. The Hindu and the Indian Express never shut their offices, and as long as they run, they are only adding to your current affairs syllabus. This makes it imperative that you read the newspaper every day. Missing a day would only mean that all such days will continue to pile up. Unless you are okay with studying engineering and working at a call centre, this presents a bit of a problem.
So, what now? Well, starting today (10th of June, 2017), CLATGyan is going to provide you daily current affairs briefs. We will pull out the relevant news of the day and put it into a capsule that you can gulp down with the remorse of having skipped reading the newspaper. These ‘Daily Briefs’ will be emailed to you on a daily basis. But to get such mails, you will have to subscribe by entering your email address on the right side of this page. And if it serves as an incentive, we’ve received a lot of positive feedback for this feature (that we started a year ago) and many top rankers of CLAT 2017 swore by it.
You can (should!) mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with all your queries on CLAT prep. You can also send your suggestions on how else we can help you with your preparation. We hope to be a part of your prep and give you a little push (and sometimes, a kick at the rear end) to work hard for CLAT. If it all works well, we’ll see you in Justice City in a year from now!
All the very best!
Team CLATGyan – A group of happy students at NALSAR University of Law.