The Hindu Editorial

The Hindu Editorial page primarily focuses on topics like Economics, Social Rights, Indian Polity, Science and Technology, Geography, Environmental Issues, National Security, International Relations, and Report & Survey Analyses, as these are relevant to the UPSC-CSE, UPPSC, SSC, and Other State Civil Services examinations. The editorials on The Hindu Editorial page are published after carefully analyzing the ‘The Hindu Editorial’ and translating each The Hindu Editorial into the Hindi language literally by an expert human editor.

While we try to cover almost all the important relevant The Hindu Editorial on this page. However, if any of our subscribers/premium users want us to publish any additional article / The Hindu Editorial in the Hindi language, he/she can request us through Email or the user portal.

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Why do UPSC-CSE aspirants need The Hindu Editorial?

While preparing for UPSC-CSE, SSC, UPPSC, or other State Civil Services examinations, General Studies is one of the most prominent parts of the syllabus. The students/aspirants preparing for General Studies require to consistently read various resources like GK magazines (example: Yojana, Down to Earth, Manorama, etc.) newspaper editorials from The Hindu, The Indian Express, Times of India, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, etc. Almost all academic experts recommend reading The Hindu Editorial regularly with a thorough analysis. The students/aspirants can also consider reading the Indian Express editorial, and Times of India editorial along with The Hindu Editorial for the same.

The Hindu Editorial page focuses only on providing The Hindu Editorial in the Hindi language which is a complete boon for Hindi medium students, as the vocabulary used in The Hindu Editorial is full of jargon. This makes it very typical for a student from Hindi medium background to understand the soul of the editorial while reading it (The Hindu Editorial).

This results in missing the key points and core knowledge of The Hindu Editorial by the Hindi medium students. Consequently, this results in a very low percentage of Hindi medium background students qualifying for the UPSC-CSE to the final stage. It should be noted that only 1%, 0.96%, and 0.98% of students were able to crack the final interview in UPSC-CSE for the years 2020, 2019, and 2018 respectively.

Apart from the Hindi medium background students/aspirants, the amateur readers should also read The Hindu Editorial published on The Hindu Editorial page, so that they may profoundly understand the concept of the editorial and its objectives. The Hindu Editorial is categorized into different sections namely Economics, Environmental Issues, International Relations, Indian Polity, Science and Technology, National Security, Social Rights, Geography, and Reports & Surveys. All these sections are regularly updated with The Hindu Editorial as soon as they are published in The Hindu newspaper.

How to read The Hindu Editorial for UPSC-CSE and other competitive exams?

While reading The Hindu Editorial for preparing General Studies (Current Affairs), Generally an aspirant/reader first needs to understand and memorize the syllabus of UPSC first (You can download the syllabus from Here) and should keep the syllabus with him/her while reading the Hindu editorial to identify the articles that are relevant as per the syllabus of UPSC. Once the student/aspirant consistently practices the same for about a month, the syllabus of the UPSC will be readily memorized in his/her mind. Consequently, He/She will be able to distinguish between articles (The Hindu Editorial) that are useful for UPSC from those that are not.

Generally, The Hindu Editorial related to the Supreme Court of India, Parliament of India, Science & Tech., Environmental Issues, and Various International Institutions like WHO, UNGA, UNO, etc. must be read and observed by the aspirant (For detailed information Refer Here). Once it becomes habitual for the aspirant to distinguish amongst the articles, he/she should make handwritten notes of the key points of the article / The Hindu Editorial. This will make the reader/aspirant understand the concept of The Hindu Editorial and memorize it easily. It will also enable the student/aspirant to keep pace with those topics so that those can be easily updated in the future if required.

Although, our The Hindu Editorial makes it quite easy for you or anyone to read the editorials published in The Hindu newspaper and make notes out of these. We already publish articles in ten categories namely Economics, Environmental Issues, International Relations, Indian Polity, Science and Technology, Geography, National Security, Social Rights, Reports and Surveys, and Miscellaneous. So, our readers need not worry about the classification of The Hindu Editorial as we publish them in the relevant niche. Students/Aspirants also need not think about selecting the key points from the articles as we also publish the key points for UPSC from articles / The Hindu Editorial (This service is available to registered premium users).

The readers of The Hindu Editorial page of the Editorials in Hindi website just need to focus on reading the article being published here and try to grasp more and more of the content being published on this page.

Who should read The Hindu Editorial? / The Hindu Editorial recommendation / The Hindu Editorial UPSC

In order to stay updated with current trends, Government Policies, Data released by various Government, and Non-Government Agencies, Various National and International Treaties, Sports, Science and Technology, National Security Updates, and much more, everyone should read The Hindu Editorial. As The Hindu has a great track record in presenting the issues with great national concern along with precise data. Besides students/aspirants, regular readers should also read The Hindu Editorial on daily basis.

The Hindu Editorial proves to be a rich source of information content like surveys data, policies framed by governments, understanding of the pros and cons of the various treaties, and economic / polity measures. The Hindu Editorial analysis is necessary for students/aspirants of SSC, UPPSC, and Other state examinations, but it is a must for UPSC-CSE aspirants to read and analyze The Hindu Editorial daily. Because reading and analyzing The Hindu Editorial daily enhances the general awareness, vocabulary, and data of the readers. 

Thus, The Hindu Editorial is recommended for students, amateur readers, and aspirants.

In short:

    • The Hindu Editorial is a must for UPSC-CSE aspirants
    • The Hindu Editorial is recommended for State PSC examinations
    • The Hindu Editorial should also be analyzed by Banking aspirants
    • The Hindu Editorial is also recommended for Clerical Jobs, Police exams, etc.
    • The Hindu Editorial should also be read by regular readers

Although, the original version of The Hindu Editorial is published in the English language and comes with a little monthly subscription which is completely justified. But, the Hindi language version of The Hindu Editorial which we provide on our website is completely free-of-cost. The Current Affairs key points from The Hindu Editorial come with a little yearly subscription fee. We provide the following services for free as well as on paid basis to our readers:

    • Daily Updated The Hindu Editorial in the Hindi language is absolutely free.
    • Current Affairs from The Hindu Editorial on the yearly subscription fee.
    • Current Affairs Booster Series prepared from The Hindu Editorial on a package fee.
    • Prelims Test Series prepared from The Hindu Editorial on a package fee.
    • On-Demand The Hindu Editorial / Other Newspaper Editorial on the subscription fee.
    • Apart, from The Hindu Editorial, other newspaper editorials will also be published in Hindi.
    • The Hindu Editorial download (PDF) is also available for subscribed users.
    • The Hindu Editorial is categorized into 9 categories.
    • The Hindu Editorial is categorized as Economics, International Relations, Indian Polity, Science & Tech., Geography, National Security, Social Rights, Reports & Surveys, Environmental Issues, etc.
    • The content published in The Hindu Editorial shares a great part of the GS papers in UPSC.
    • Our The Hindu Editorial Telegram Channel also exists. Go to: UPSC Editorials in Hindi.
    • The Hindu Editorial is short and comprehensive
    • The Hindu Editorial is full of standard vocabulary
    • The Hindu Editorial is rich in data from standard agencies
    • The Hindu Editorial is full of facts & figures
    • The Hindu Editorial is rich in standard cases references (Judgments of High Courts and Supreme Court)
    • The Hindu Editorial is not biased toward the left or right-wing
    • The Hindu Editorial is published daily
    • The Hindu Editorial is published as per the current national and international trends
    • The Hindu Editorial is very useful for UPSC and Other State PSC exams
    • The Hindu Editorial is also recommended for Banking, Clerical, SSC, Railways, Army, Police, etc. examinations. All such aspirants must read The Hindu Editorial regularly
    • Most of the questions asked in UPSC-CSE exams could be answered by a reader who regularly and thoroughly reads The Hindu Editorial
    • Exploring jargon in The Hindu Editorial improves your vocabulary to a great extent
    • Some of the most eminent national and international personalities are the author of The Hindu Editorial
    • The Hindu Editorial covers all sectors from socio-economic to science and tech.
    • The proofreading of The Hindu Editorial is of very high standard i.e. the Hindu Editorial in Hindi is almost free from typos and grammatical errors
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi makes it quite smooth to understand the soul of the article
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi is very helpful for aspirants from Hindi medium background
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi eliminates the need to explore the dictionary for the typical words used in the Hindu Editorial
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi is ready to grasp which saves time
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi is also very useful for regular Hindi newspaper readers
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi is also helpful for teachers 
    • It is very easy to make notes out of The Hindu Editorial in Hindi
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi is also available in PDF format (for Premium Users) for offline reading
    • The Hindu Editorial in Hindi is translated by an expert Editor. Thus, the reader of The Hindu Editorial need not worry about any errors.
    • Regularly make notes of The Hindu Editorial in your preferred natural language
    • Keep updating notes with upcoming The Hindu Editorial
    • Avoid reading The Hindu Editorial which is irrelevant to UPSC
    • Readers may avoid reading The Hindu Editorial on Sunday, as this is generally irrelevant
    • Try to mark out facts and figures in The Hindu Editorial
    • Keep notes of the references / Judgments published in The Hindu Editorial
    • Study about the Laws/Acts referred in Judgments in The Hindu Editorial
    • Mark out tribunals/committees/benches referred in The Hindu Editorial
    • Try to grasp as much as possible about the technologies/science subjects published in The Hindu Editorial
    • Try to write essays on the Social topics published in The Hindu Editorial
    • Solving out vocabularies from The Hindu Editorial definitely improves the English knowledge of the readers
    • Try to read The Hindu Editorial in the meanwhile time like journeys/travel in bus, car, plane, etc.
    • Readers must visit this website daily to stay updated with The Hindu Editorial
    • The Hindu Editorial is also very good for amateur newsreaders