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UPSC Current Affairs

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Stay updated with UPSC Current Affairs essential for UPSC IAS exam preparation. Edukemy provides daily updates (except Sundays) along with a General Studies Quiz available in the Quizzes section of the menu. You can access the current events for specific days by clicking the links below. These updates are meticulously curated from trusted sources such as The Hindu, PIB, The Indian Express, Live Mint, Down to Earth, Business Standard, Wikipedia, and others. We offer these resources free of charge and kindly request you not to purchase unauthorized copies from photocopy shops.

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FAQs for UPSC Current Affairs

Q. What is UPSC Current Affairs?

A. UPSC Current Affairs refers to the latest and most relevant news and events in various fields, such as politics, economics, science, and culture, which are important for candidates preparing for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examinations.

Q. Why are Current Affairs important for UPSC exams?

A. Current Affairs play a vital role in UPSC exams as they assess a candidate’s awareness of contemporary issues, governance, and global happenings, which are crucial for administrative roles.

Q. How can I stay updated with UPSC Current Affairs?

A. To stay updated, candidates can read newspapers, magazines, watch news channels, follow government websites, and utilize mobile apps dedicated to current affairs. Our Edukemy’s Daily, Weekly & Monthly UPSC Current Affairs covers all required content for current affairs in detail, so you can follow that too.

Q. What are the sources for UPSC Current Affairs preparation?

A. Candidates can rely on sources like The Hindu, The Indian Express, Yojana, PIB, RSTV, and websites like PRS India and IDSA for UPSC Current Affairs preparation. Candidates can also depend on Edukemy’s UPSC Current Affairs for complete preparation.

Q. What is the ideal time frame for UPSC Current Affairs preparation?

A. It’s recommended to have a continuous and long-term approach, covering at least 12-18 months of current affairs before the UPSC exam.

Q. Should I focus on national or international current affairs for UPSC?

A. Candidates should strike a balance between national and international current affairs, as both have relevance in the UPSC examinations.

Q. How can I organize and retain UPSC Current Affairs information effectively?

A. Use notes, mind maps, or digital tools to organize information. Regular revision is essential to retain the knowledge. Moreover, we recommend you to go through our Current Affairs Monthly Magazine to get an idea of all the important topics that have come in news.

Q. Can I skip past year’s current affairs for UPSC preparation?

A. No, past year’s current affairs are important, as UPSC often asks questions related to events from the previous year. Candidates should focus on both recent and historical events.

Q. Are there specific topics that UPSC frequently asks questions about in Current Affairs?

A. Yes, topics such as government schemes, international relations, environmental issues, and social justice are often featured in UPSC Current Affairs questions.

Q. How should I approach UPSC Current Affairs for the Prelims and Mains exams?

For Prelims, focus on facts, dates, and events. For Mains, develop a deeper understanding of the issues, along with their social, economic, and political implications.

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