Daily Editorial Analysis for BBA & HM Exams || 29.07.2021

By Shrayans Jain|Updated : July 29th, 2021

We are pleased to launch a new initiative i.e. Daily Editorial Analysis for BBA & HM exams. Here, we will be providing some interesting articles along with their summaries. This will help you in understanding the articles in a better way. 

Aim of the daily reading exercise

  • The aim of this exercise is to develop your Grammar, Vocabulary, and learn the contextual usage of various words

  • Along with these, the exercise also develops your stamina and comprehension ability.

  • Regular reading helps you subconsciously, in developing the instinct to pick out the grammatically and contextually correct sentences, from the other close options. 

Over the years, the importance of good comprehension skills for BBA & HM has increased. At the same time, solving RCs can be both easy and tough. Many people consider RCs to be long and tedious but if you approach them well, they can be a scoring area for you. And for that, you need to be well-versed with reading a wide variety of articles to improve your comprehension skills and in turn, improve your chances of scoring well in the exams. 

This free series is meant to bolster your reading skills, while also brushing up your vocabulary and general awareness as well. The motive behind this series is to get the aspirants accustomed to reading so that they don't face reading blues in the exam. 

The first article, titled "Wounded mountains: On Himachal landslide tragedy" is published in The Hindu. It takes into account the recently occurred tourist tragedy in which 9 tourists died due to landslides in the Himalayas as the author highlights the need to preserve ecology to stop these events from occurring. 

On the other hand, the second article titled "It begs the question: Begging is a matter of survival, not choice. Invisibilising destitutes solves nothing" is published in The Times of India. It talks about the Supreme court's stance regarding a petition that aimed at removing beggars from the streets as the author highlights why this petition is not the solution to the problem of beggars living on the streets. 

Now, your job is to read the articles first and then move on to the summaries for a better understanding of the context. Also, please tell us about your thoughts in the comment section down below. 

Until then, happy reading!

Important Editorials for Today

Editorials Summaries

1. Wounded mountains: On Himachal landslide tragedy

2. It begs the question: Begging is a matter of survival, not choice. Invisibilising destitutes solves nothing

To read the summaries of these articles, click here.

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