Buy Vision IAS Monthly Current Affairs Magazine of 2021 in English medium for all competitive exams. Students can customize from My Choice section.
About Vision IAS Monthly Current Affairs Magazine
- year 2021
- Booklet is in English Language
- Black & White Printout
About Vision IAS Monthly Current Affairs Magazine English Medium (Subscription)
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Current Affairs play an important role in UPSC Civil Services Exam preparation as the questions from this section appear in all the stages of the examination- Prelims, Mains and in the Interview. The Questions can be direct or even indirectly linked to the static or basic part of a particular topic.
Though current affairs are important and holds a significant portion of syllabus but there is no defined syllabus of current affairs for both prelims and mains examination. The UPSC syllabus for prelims just mentions, ” Current events of national and international importance”. Therefore, it completely depends on the candidate how he approaches his preparation towards the current affairs. Before we jump to the strategy to prepare for current affairs one must analyse the previous year question papers and try to get a basic understanding on the type and number of questions which are being asked from current affairs in the recent past.