<script async defer src="jsfile.js">
The files particularly concerned are:
These are located in the head and should be placed towards the end of the file.
It’s these two that are considered as render-blocking JS.
You could inline the content of this file
Make sure all CSS files load before JS files.
Make sure these load before any external JS.
http://www.upsc-2017.in/wp-content/themes/voice/images/voice_default.jpg is resized in HTML or CSS from 600x312 to 145x100. Serving a scaled image could save 26.3KiB (92% reduction).
Rather than script resizing, advise serving a scaled image.
Page serves a lot of doubleclick scripts, don’t think there’s anything you can do.
The following resources have identical contents, but are served from different URLs. Serve these resources from a consistent URL to save 1 request(s) and 7.7KiB.
The following resources have identical contents, but are served from different URLs. Serve these resources from a consistent URL to save 1 request(s) and 108B.
The following resources have identical contents, but are served from different URLs. Serve these resources from a consistent URL to save 1 request(s) and 50B.
Also, the absolute joys of WordPress…
This page has 6 external stylesheets. Try combining them into one.
Finally, explore the possibility of using a CDN. CloudFlare is an option, and a free one at that.
Requires changing DNS settings though.
Otherwise you have MaxCDN that works well with WordPress caching plugins like W3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache. Starts at 9 bucks a month though.