RStv

Rajya Sabha TV or RSTV is a public broadcaster which telecasts proceedings of the Upper House of the Indian Parliament and hosts various shows. The shows on Rajya Sabha TV deal with the social, political, cultural and economic issues in the country. The RSTV programs are informative and present multiple perspectives on the issues in the news. With more and more focus on current affairs in the IAS exam, even conventionally ‘static portions’ of the UPSC Syllabus require an updated knowledge base. Along with this, the “All India Radio” broadcast most significant programs daily which are useful for IAS Examination. The new, Spotlight, Countrywide are some of the important programs. In this program, which keeps running for 15 minutes every day, one topic will be taken up for debate with an expert on the corresponding subjective matter. If aspirants can spend 15 minutes on heeding those debates every day, their memory will be improved and thought process will be enriched.

RSTV shows important for UPSC IAS exam preparation are:

  1. The Big Picture – a daily (weekdays) show on a topic of national or international importance, Desh deshantar provides the same topic discussion in hindi.
  2. India’s World – a weekly show on World Affairs related to India
  3. Policy Watch – a weekly show on Economic policies (Also, ‘State of the Economy’)
  4. World Panorama – a weekly show on the issues in news around the world
  5. Law of the land- discussion on bills
  6. Science monitor- information on science and technology across the world(important for

prelims)

  1. Main bhi bharat- especially for anthropology optional

As UPSC Mains has essay-descriptive type questions, these RSTV discussions can be of big help. However, merely watching the Rajya Sabha TV shows is not enough and candidates need to make notes and align the same with the UPSC syllabus. Here our summary of all the important news covered comes handy for aspirants. They can read just the summary to get insight of all the key topics being discussed.

The below-listed programs in All India radio will be helpful for UPSC IAS Exam preparation.

Spotlight-It is the best part of All India Radio. It is in a question-answer presentation and highlights a journalist and a subject expert. It is a great add on to the editorials in the newspaper.

Current Affairs-On Tuesday it covers economics and on Friday current affairs and so on. 50% of the content is covered in English and remaining in Hindi.

Money Talk- Tuesdays at 9:30 pm Money Talk Weekly Broadcast Programme.

Countrywide- Thursdays at 9:30 pm

All these efforts will be made by us and we will provide the gist that can be used directly by student.

  • 07 Sep, 2021
    1. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE VISIT
    2. ANALYSIS OF THE VISIT
    3. HIGH-LEVEL VISITS
    4. HIGH-LEVEL DIALOGUE MECHANISMS
    5. THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BILATERAL ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN INDIA AND THE U.S.
  • 17 Aug, 2021
    1. REASONS FOR DISRUPTIONS
    2. HIGHLIGHTS OF IMPORTANT BILLS PASSED
    3. The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Seventh Amendment) Bill, 2021
    4. Essential Defence Services Bill 2021
    5. Tribunals Reforms (Rationalisation and Conditions of Service) Bill, 2021
    6. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment Bill), 2021
    7. Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC) Bill, 2021
    8. The Limited Liability Partnership (Amendment) Bill 2021
    9. The General Insurance Business (Nationalisation) Amendment Bill, 2021
    10. Inland Vessels Bill
    11. The Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2021
    12. Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Bill, 2021
  • 12 Aug, 2021
    1. Average Surface Temperature
    2. Carbon dioxide (CO2) Concentrations
    3. Sea- Level Rise
    4. Precipitation & Drought
    5. Effect on Indian Sub-continent
    6. ABOUT INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE
    7. ABOUT ASSESSMENT REPORTS
    8. Summary of previous assessments reports
  • 07 Aug, 2021
    1. ABOUT THE GLOBAL CYBER ​​SECURITY INDEX (GCI) 2020
    2. FLAGGING CYBERSECURITY CONCERNS AT UNSC
    3. WHAT IS CYBERSPACE?
    4. Indian Scenario:
    5. RECENT BREACH INCIDENTS
    6. CHALLENGES IN ENSURING CYBER SECURITY
    7. CYBER THREATS AND SOURCES
    8. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
    9. Policies, Acts, Schemes
  • 05 Aug, 2021
    1. VTHE CBAM PROPOSAL
    2. WHY DOES THE EU WANT A CARBON TAX?
    3. WHO ALL HAVE OPPOSED IT?
    4. HOW DOES THIS IMPACT INDIA?
    5. POSSIBLE IMPACTS
  • 20 Jul, 2021
    1. WHAT IS A DRONE?
    2. RULES FOR DRONE REGULATIONS IN INDIA
    3. WAY FORWARD-TACKLING THE CHALLENGES THAT REMAIN
    4. APPLICATIONS
    5. BENEFITS
    6. KEY PROVISIONS
    7. AIM
  • 15 Jul, 2021
    1. ROLE IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    2. Post-Independence
    3. Pre-Independence
    4. CO-OPERATIVES IN INDIA
    5. ABOUT CO-OPERATIVES
    6. SIGNIFICANCE OF MINISTRY OF CO-OPERATION
  • 28 Jun, 2021
    1. CENTRE’S J&K OUTREACH INITISTIVE OF 2020
    2. TIMELINE OF KASHMIR ISSUE SINCE INDEPENDENCE
    3. India takes the issue to UN
    4. 1950 military standoff and Nehru Liaqat Pact of 1950
    5. Delhi Agreement
    6. Constitutional developments
    7. Article 370
  • 21 Jun, 2021
    1. INDIA’S MARITIME INTERESTS
    2. INDIA’S MARITIME SECURITY CONCERNS
    3. REGIONAL SECURITY ARCHITECTURE
    4. INDIAN MARITIME AGENCIES
    5. OTHER INITIATIVES UNDERTAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT
  • 12 Jun, 2021
    1. GLOBAL CORPORATE TAX AND INDIA
    2. WHAT WAS THE NEED?
    3. AIM
    4. HOW WOULD THE NEW TAX WORK?
    5. WHERE DOES INDIA STAND?
  • 04 Jun, 2021
    1. SUGGESTIONS BY BRICS
    2. UN REFORMS
    3. WHO REFORMS
    4. WTO REFORMS
    5. WORLD BANK (WB) AND IMF REFORMS
    6. INDIAN APPROACH TO MULTILATERALISM
  • 31 May, 2021
    1. WHAT IS BIOMEDICAL WASTE (BMW)?
    2. BIO-MEDICAL WASTE & ITS IMPACT
    3. CONCERNS IN BMW MANAGEMENT
    4. STATUS IN INDIA
    5. CPCB GUIDELINES