Because, current affair plays a very important role in our daily life in a such a way that in our changing world nobody will going to read newspapers or magazines in majority of cases due to its blundar & unrealistic information that’s why we bring a blog for you which gives a appropriate information reagarding general studies which is very very beneficial for your upcoming / competitive examination to keep yourself updated. And also,Current affairs is a integral part of the general awareness section in which major government sector examination.To prepare for any competitive examination, one of the most important sections to read and learn general awareness. Exams like UPSC, Banking, SSC, RRB, RPSC, GPSC, MPSC, UPPSC, MPPSC, CLAT, IBPS, NTSC, IAS, CDS, TET or any others competitive examination to be updated with what’s happening in India and around the world.
In order to prepare you for the challenges in the upcoming examination or competition you are required to read category-wise current affairs topics that are relevant for all types of competitive examination which are mentioned above.
Current Affairs refer to the events of national and international importance of relevant competitive examination like Civil Services Examination, Banking examination, UPSC, SSC, RPSC, GPSC, MPSC, UPPSC, MPPSC, CLAT, IBPS, NTSC, IAS, CDS, TET & many others competitive examination. With the change in the pattern of examinations, questions papers related to current events and news that’s why we recommend to be stay frank with current affairs because current affairs is a thing which is very very flexible and if you are not updated in this then you are surely beaten by your competitors.
👉 Generally, the type of questions asked in the general awareness can be divided into two parts:-
- Static – The static portion refers to that section of the UPSC syllabus or other exams syllabus that doesn’t change. For instance, the Revolt of 1857, the physical features of India, etc.
- Dynamic – The dynamic portion refers to current affairs which is very flexible and probable to change dynamically. The best example is to cover current affairs in the daily newspaper, magazines, and from other sources.
A good understanding of Current Affairs is central success in the IAS exam, Government exams, or any competitive examination. The current affairs spreads subjects like history, geography, economy, environment and ecology, polity, science and technology etc.
Candidates should remain updated on current affairs that create good awareness nationally as well as internationally. In fact, recent trends have shown 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 quite high.
So, At last,we recommend to read a current affairs and kept yourself updated and score a good marks in your upcoming & competitive examination.Thanks,