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Simple Tips and Tricks to Read News Paper for Judiciary Exam Preparation

Author : Tanya Kaushal

November 9, 2022

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Have you ever thought about how “reading newspapers” plays a vital role in Judicial Examination Preparation and how one plans to go about it? 

Are you wondering what to read in the newspaper and why it is essential for the civil judge exam? Well, no need to worry!

These are the questions that most judiciary aspirants ask, and reading the newspaper is something that everyone finds tedious and time-consuming.

Read through the post to get a complete insight into how to read a newspaper for the judiciary exam preparation, the best newspaper for the civil judge exam, and more.

Why Newspaper Reading is Important for Judiciary Exams?

Keeping the Judicial aspect of reading a newspaper completely aside, you should develop a habit of reading newspapers. It is said so because it helps add to your knowledge, and you would have a say in any group discussion, be it a formal one with your colleagues or seniors in your office or an informal one among your friends.

GK and Current Affairs, on the other hand, become a decisive factor in deciding the fate of your name on the merit list. So, you must develop a habit of reading the newspaper to succeed better in the upcoming exam.

The following are some of the best tips that will enhance your Judiciary Exam Preparation.

  • The newspaper also helps improve your vocabulary as you read new words daily, which proves to be a great aid in improving your writing skills.

  • If you read a newspaper carefully, you will learn how to form sentences in a passive and active tone, which adds significant value to the essence of the viewpoints you would want to convey.

  • With your vocabulary and writing skills being enhanced, it will lead to a ripple effect’ and certainly improve your communication skills.

  • You will be able to communicate with more confidence as you will have a good command of your language, which will be supported by strong factual data. All of this helps in writing good fact-based essay answers for Judicial Exams.

  • Being well-versed with all happenings around the world proves to be a great aid while preparing for the Mains exam, where judgment writing and translation constitute one of the most important areas to be dealt with.

Download Free Study Material for Judiciary Exams by Judiciary Gold

Primary Focus While Reading Newspapers for Judiciary Exams 

  • Experts always stress a lot about making notes of whatever you study. Since we are talking about reading newspapers, notes become all the more important to be made. It helps maintain a record of various events in the nation during multiple months and specific dates of that particular month.

  • Notes making method proves to be beneficial while revising. Not to forget, you should make your notes by ‘YOURSELF’ because that visual of you writing something is imprinted in your brain, and you can relate to it much better.

  • Now, talking about the areas to focus on, students need to keep in mind that the first and foremost step to start with your journey in the newspaper department is to go through the previous year’s Judicial Services examination question papers of your respective state/states you are planning to appear for the test.

  • This becomes really important as it will help you get an idea as to what are the key areas pertaining to which the news is to be read.

  • News related to science, static GK, International Laws, etc. are some important areas to which students must pay attention.

  • Moreover, it is very important for you to be well-versed with the Provisions of the state you are planning to appear for, as well as any news related to their amendments or new judgments should be given attention.

Strategy to Read Newspapers for Judicial Service Exams

Here, we will talk about the strategies to be followed while reading newspapers effectively and efficiently.

Try to follow all the tips given below and enhance your preparation for the upcoming Judiciary Exams.

Focus on Headlines

While reading the newspaper, you must give a thorough read to the Headlines or should read the ‘Front Page’ in order to get an idea about important events that are of utmost importance which should be read with due diligence.

You should also read those small boxes on the left of the front page. Therefore, the first page of any newspaper is very essential to focus on as it gives an overview of what is there in the newspaper.

Select Target State

Selecting the target state first is always advised as it proves to be the foundation of civil judge exam preparation.

You will be able to focus on the topics and subjects that are covered more in that particular state exam. The same holds true for newspaper reading exercises as well. Take the help of Judiciary Coaching for the right guidance.

While reading newspapers, it is always recommended to ignore that news or articles referring to a particular state.

For example, if you are preparing for UP Judicial Services, then you may not spend time reading any news pertaining to MP or any other states, as every second is precious.

Also Read: Legal Current Affairs Questions for Judiciary Exams

Read Editorial Section

Moving on, the most important part of any newspaper is the “Editorial Section," as it helps in giving different points of view about a topic that has been in the news for quite some time pertaining to the country or your target state.

This helps increase your vocabulary and command of the language and presents you with the other side of the story.

These different viewpoints surely prove to be a great aid in your Judiciary interview preparation.

Also, reading newspapers positively affects your translation and judgment writing, which is something every aspirant dreads while preparing for Judicial Service Examination.

Ignore Sensex or Nifty News

If we talk about what to ignore while reading the newspaper, it is the core financial or political news.
Any news related to stock markets that have been mentioned about the price of a stock or increase or decrease in the value of Sensex or NIFTY should be avoided entirely.
Further, any news related to core politics, such as a leader saying something about someone or changing a party, should not be given much heed.

Focus on International News

International news is an area that requires attention, as it comprises numerous developments and happenings around the world.
Questions about international news can be in interview rounds as well.

Refer to Monthly Magazines & Current Affairs

Be sure to refer to various books such as GK Today or Pratiyogita Darpan at the end of the month. This will help you in revising your current affairs and certainly aid in adding points related to a particular which you may have missed.

Also, you follow Daily Current Affairs to stay updated about all the latest happenings around the world.

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judiciary mock tests

Revision

Last but not least, a rigorous revision is the most important thing one has to ensure before giving any examination.

The strategy to read the newspaper has been written at last, or else you would not bother to read all that has been written above. As rightly said by Abraham Lincoln :

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and

I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Hindu is considered as one of the best newspapers for Judiciary exam preparation.
You can give maximum of one hour while reading the newspaper for Judiciary Exams.
Reading the newspaper will help increase your vocabulary and also enhance your GK and current affairs preparation for judiciary exams.
No. It is not important to read all the news in the newspaper. You just need to focus on only a few areas like editorial page, front page, news related to sports, international news, etc.
Make sure to note down the important events or dates that highlight the sentences and revise the notes at least weekly once.
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Simple Tips and Tricks to Read News Paper for Judiciary Exam Preparation

Author : Tanya Kaushal

Updated On : November 9, 2022

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Have you ever thought about how “reading newspapers” plays a vital role in Judicial Examination Preparation and how one plans to go about it? 

Are you wondering what to read in the newspaper and why it is essential for the civil judge exam? Well, no need to worry!

These are the questions that most judiciary aspirants ask, and reading the newspaper is something that everyone finds tedious and time-consuming.

Read through the post to get a complete insight into how to read a newspaper for the judiciary exam preparation, the best newspaper for the civil judge exam, and more.

Why Newspaper Reading is Important for Judiciary Exams?

Keeping the Judicial aspect of reading a newspaper completely aside, you should develop a habit of reading newspapers. It is said so because it helps add to your knowledge, and you would have a say in any group discussion, be it a formal one with your colleagues or seniors in your office or an informal one among your friends.

GK and Current Affairs, on the other hand, become a decisive factor in deciding the fate of your name on the merit list. So, you must develop a habit of reading the newspaper to succeed better in the upcoming exam.

The following are some of the best tips that will enhance your Judiciary Exam Preparation.

  • The newspaper also helps improve your vocabulary as you read new words daily, which proves to be a great aid in improving your writing skills.

  • If you read a newspaper carefully, you will learn how to form sentences in a passive and active tone, which adds significant value to the essence of the viewpoints you would want to convey.

  • With your vocabulary and writing skills being enhanced, it will lead to a ripple effect’ and certainly improve your communication skills.

  • You will be able to communicate with more confidence as you will have a good command of your language, which will be supported by strong factual data. All of this helps in writing good fact-based essay answers for Judicial Exams.

  • Being well-versed with all happenings around the world proves to be a great aid while preparing for the Mains exam, where judgment writing and translation constitute one of the most important areas to be dealt with.

Download Free Study Material for Judiciary Exams by Judiciary Gold

Primary Focus While Reading Newspapers for Judiciary Exams 

  • Experts always stress a lot about making notes of whatever you study. Since we are talking about reading newspapers, notes become all the more important to be made. It helps maintain a record of various events in the nation during multiple months and specific dates of that particular month.

  • Notes making method proves to be beneficial while revising. Not to forget, you should make your notes by ‘YOURSELF’ because that visual of you writing something is imprinted in your brain, and you can relate to it much better.

  • Now, talking about the areas to focus on, students need to keep in mind that the first and foremost step to start with your journey in the newspaper department is to go through the previous year’s Judicial Services examination question papers of your respective state/states you are planning to appear for the test.

  • This becomes really important as it will help you get an idea as to what are the key areas pertaining to which the news is to be read.

  • News related to science, static GK, International Laws, etc. are some important areas to which students must pay attention.

  • Moreover, it is very important for you to be well-versed with the Provisions of the state you are planning to appear for, as well as any news related to their amendments or new judgments should be given attention.

Strategy to Read Newspapers for Judicial Service Exams

Here, we will talk about the strategies to be followed while reading newspapers effectively and efficiently.

Try to follow all the tips given below and enhance your preparation for the upcoming Judiciary Exams.

Focus on Headlines

While reading the newspaper, you must give a thorough read to the Headlines or should read the ‘Front Page’ in order to get an idea about important events that are of utmost importance which should be read with due diligence.

You should also read those small boxes on the left of the front page. Therefore, the first page of any newspaper is very essential to focus on as it gives an overview of what is there in the newspaper.

Select Target State

Selecting the target state first is always advised as it proves to be the foundation of civil judge exam preparation.

You will be able to focus on the topics and subjects that are covered more in that particular state exam. The same holds true for newspaper reading exercises as well. Take the help of Judiciary Coaching for the right guidance.

While reading newspapers, it is always recommended to ignore that news or articles referring to a particular state.

For example, if you are preparing for UP Judicial Services, then you may not spend time reading any news pertaining to MP or any other states, as every second is precious.

Also Read: Legal Current Affairs Questions for Judiciary Exams

Read Editorial Section

Moving on, the most important part of any newspaper is the “Editorial Section," as it helps in giving different points of view about a topic that has been in the news for quite some time pertaining to the country or your target state.

This helps increase your vocabulary and command of the language and presents you with the other side of the story.

These different viewpoints surely prove to be a great aid in your Judiciary interview preparation.

Also, reading newspapers positively affects your translation and judgment writing, which is something every aspirant dreads while preparing for Judicial Service Examination.

Ignore Sensex or Nifty News

If we talk about what to ignore while reading the newspaper, it is the core financial or political news.
Any news related to stock markets that have been mentioned about the price of a stock or increase or decrease in the value of Sensex or NIFTY should be avoided entirely.
Further, any news related to core politics, such as a leader saying something about someone or changing a party, should not be given much heed.

Focus on International News

International news is an area that requires attention, as it comprises numerous developments and happenings around the world.
Questions about international news can be in interview rounds as well.

Refer to Monthly Magazines & Current Affairs

Be sure to refer to various books such as GK Today or Pratiyogita Darpan at the end of the month. This will help you in revising your current affairs and certainly aid in adding points related to a particular which you may have missed.

Also, you follow Daily Current Affairs to stay updated about all the latest happenings around the world.

judiciary mock tests

judiciary mock tests

Revision

Last but not least, a rigorous revision is the most important thing one has to ensure before giving any examination.

The strategy to read the newspaper has been written at last, or else you would not bother to read all that has been written above. As rightly said by Abraham Lincoln :

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and

I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Hindu is considered as one of the best newspapers for Judiciary exam preparation.
You can give maximum of one hour while reading the newspaper for Judiciary Exams.
Reading the newspaper will help increase your vocabulary and also enhance your GK and current affairs preparation for judiciary exams.
No. It is not important to read all the news in the newspaper. You just need to focus on only a few areas like editorial page, front page, news related to sports, international news, etc.
Make sure to note down the important events or dates that highlight the sentences and revise the notes at least weekly once.

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