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Current Affairs Prelims Test Series 2020

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Current Events plays a key role in all the three stages of UPSC preparation, especially in the Mains and Interview.

As Current affairs section is very important in CSE Prelims & Mains , it should be prepared in a smart and effective way . We provide monthly current affairs published by various UPSC websites and compiled in a easy manner.

TEST DETAILS

TEST TYPE : MINI TEST 

TOTAL NUMBER OF TESTS : 85 

QUESTIONS PER TEST : 25

PACKAGE CONTENT

  1. JUNE 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  2. JULY 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  3. AUGUST 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  4. SEPTEMBER 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  5. OCTOBER 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  6. NOVEMBER 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  7. DECEMBER 2019 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  8. JANUARY 2020- CURRENT AFFAIRS
  9. FEBRUARY 2020 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  10. MARCH 2020 – CURRENT AFFAIRS
  11. APRIL 2020 – CURRENT AFFAIRS

Important Sources

The Hindu

Significance: What to look for?

  • One of the best sources to prepare for socio-economic and political issues
  • Editorials and Opinions: An Elaborative account and view on government programmes and policies.
  • Science and Technology: Thursday Edition- Quite handy for everyday scientific developments.
  • Environmental issues– Issues and policies at national and international level
  • Economy– Economic developments and policies

The Indian Express

Significance: What to look for?

  • Articles on International Relations are one of the best as compared to other newspapers.
  • Written and recommended by IFS officers.
  • Lots of stuffs and dimensions for IR can be prepared from here.

Press Information Bureau

Significance: What to look for?

  • Programmes and Policy updates of Government on daily basis- If you miss in newspapers
  • Features: Selective articles on important personalities and their contribution. Also, you will find important historical accounts.
  • Written by government officials- added authencity

PRS Legislative Research

Significance: What to look for?

  • Discusses about the bills and policies of government
  • Here you will find all the tabled and non tabled bills of Parliament.
  • Also, very simple and brief summary of acts and bills.
  • A monthly Policy Review: A monthly comprehensive report of the major policy developments across various sectors in the country.
  • The aim is to help readers keep track of all significant policy events, including reports by parliamentary and government committees.

IDSA: Institute for Defense Studies and Analysis

Significance: What to look for?

  • It gives a detailed coverage of India’s national security, internal security and relations.
  • Very effective source to prepare or get opinion on International Relations, Defense relations and governments approach for national and international diplomacy.

Yojana and Kurukshetra

Significance: What to look for?

  • Published by GOI and comprises of articles on diverse topics- from social to economic domain.
  • Basically a detailed analysis of government schemes and programmes.
  • Also covers social issues and policies affecting vulnerable sections.
  • A very important and authentic source to generate opinion on government programmes and policies.

LokSabha and Rajya Sabha Debates

Significance: What to look for?

  • Discussions on various socio-economic and political discourses.
  • It gives you various opinions on such topics from experts who are many a times government officials or subject experts.
  • It is seen that unearthing dimensions becomes difficult while reading articles but when we see live discussions, get loads of quality information and dimensions in less time.

 

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