Before making notes of current affairs, go through the UPSC syllabus thoroughly.
Use newspapers like The Hindu or The Indian Express for current affairs.
After watching the news very well, make short notes from the point of view of the UPSC exam.
Monthly Current Affairs Magazine - Pratiyogita Darpan, Civil Services Times, Yojana, NITI Aayog Report, Economic and Political Weekly etc. also kept studying from time to time.
Limit resources for current affairs Don't waste your time reading current affairs from everywhere
It is very important to revise the notes made for current affairs from time to time.
Sansand TV- The topics related to UPSC exam are discussed in The Big Picture program of Sansand TV. Students can prepare better with the help of this.
(What, Where, When, Who, Why, How) Pay more attention to these topics.
You can stick the stick notes on your study table to remember the current affairs