The weightage of Current Affairs has increased enormously after the change in syllabus from 2013. The importance of Current Affair is now in each stage of UPSC i.e Prelims, Mains and Interview. Reading daily current affairs will not only help you prepare for the exam but also keep you aware of the surrounding happening around you.
Although, the best source of Daily Current Affairs should be newspaper like The Hindu, The Indian Express etc. but reading everyday newspaper along with mammoth syllabus of UPSC is almost next to impossible. Secondly every news in the Newspaper have not to be read. To help aspirants in this, IAS Gyan provides the summary of all the relevant news of the day. These summary are concise and other important fact, data, examples, cases etc are incorporated other than what is covered in news so that one gets every information pertaining to the exam. You can make notes of these and revise periodically for easy memorization. Reading these daily also helps you in developing a habit of daily reading that will help you prevent the last minute rush of study.