IAS NEXT(Best IAS/PCS-J/PCS Coaching in lucknow ) provides Current affairs Analysis from the below consolidated sources;
Daily 1-hour Live class with Daily Pdf
• Comprehensive News Analysis
• Best of PIB (Press Information Bureau)
• The Hindu News Paper Analysis
• Static General Knowledge
• UPSC Monthly Magazines and Weekly Magazines
• Gist of Yojana, Kurukshetra, RSTV
• Issues in News and Economic and Political Weekly (EPW)
• Daily class Pdf
Why is it important to read Current Affairs?
Current Affairs refer to the events of National and International in UPSC exam perspective. Since UPSC & state level exam has the change in the pattern of examinations, questions related to current events and news have assumed a major role in deciding the fate of students.
Normally, the type of questions asked in the General awareness section can be divided into two:
The static portion pertains to that section of the UPSC syllabus that doesn’t change. For instance, the Democracy in India, the Geographical features of India, etc.
The dynamic portion bear on to current affairs and daily news analysis. The best way to cover current affairs is the daily newspaper and following credible sources like Press Information Bureau (PIB), THE HINDU, Indian Express, Live Mint, RajSabha Videos and Yojana Magazine.
A good understanding of Current Affairs is central to success in the UPSC Exam. The UPSC Current affairs span subjects like History, Geography, Economy, Environment and Ecology, Polity, Science and technology, International Relations, etc.
Candidates should remain updated on Daily Current Affairs that create headlines nationally as well as internationally. In the recent trends shows that the static and dynamic portions of Current Affairs Syllabus have significant overlap. The probability of encountering unexpected questions from Current Affairs in the traditionally static portions of the syllabus is becoming quite high.
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