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Sir, I am in B.Sc. 1 so do I need to read current affair magazines from now or should I only concentrate on NCERTs?

You need to understand the importance of NCERTs that help you in putting up a solid foundation. These books give you conceptual clarity and benefit you as you advance with your study-plan. So, in the beginning, you are on right track but NCERTs alone don't suffice the purpose. 

Current affairs and contemporary developments prepared over a long period of time help in developing information level and general awareness and as the exam-trends indicate, this will give you greater comfort in handling most of the questions that are dynamic in nature.

For this, you cultivate habit of reading newspapers daily – at least two and that can be supplemented by current affairs magazines.

The following article would help you in understanding the importance of newspapers:

Current Affairs Resource for IAS Preparation

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