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Current affairs for UPSC civil services preliminary exam 2021-22 launched

February 12, 2021 19:30 IST | ANI Press Release
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Current affairs for UPSC civil services preliminary exam

New Delhi [India], February 12 (ANI/SRV Media): IAS toppers say that Current Affairs is a crucial part of UPSC Civil Services exam. No candidate aspires to crack IAS exam can afford to miss this section. It is also said that the UPSC Civil Services exam is all about the mastery over current affairs. BestCurrentAffairs.com, whose Current Affairs Notes is registering an outstanding performance in recent years in UPSC IAS Prelims exam, has now launched the Best Current Affairs for IAS Prelims 2021 exam.

According to Rupinderjeet Singh (Director of BestCurrentAffairs.com), "Stronghold over current affairs has always been the key to get success in UPSC IAS exam. Almost 40 per cent to 45 per cent of questions in UPSC IAS Prelims exam are related to the Topics that remained in news throughout the year, therefore we comprehensively cover all the Current Affairs so that no question from this section is missed. Our Notes delivered 84 and 82 questions in IAS Prelims GS Paper in 2019 and 2020 respectively."

There are many IAS aspirants who fail to qualify for this first Prelims stage despite spending years of preparation. Those want to crack IAS exam in their first attempt, should regularly update their current affairs knowledge. No casual newspaper reading works. In-depth and regular reading of at least 2-3 National newspapers is a must for this exam.

Candidates, who are going to appear for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination 2021-22, must have a clear understanding of the latest UPSC prelims syllabus. The Preliminary Examination will consist of two papers of Objective type (multiple choice questions) and carry a maximum of 400 marks.

There is no other way around but to have a strong foundation of basic subjects mentioned in the UPSC Prelims syllabus. In the last 2-3 years, BestCurrentAffairs.com's notes for UPSC Prelims exam have become a favourite and popular among the IAS aspirants and no serious IAS aspirant affords to miss these Current Affairs and General Studies notes.

BestCurrentAffairs.com have now launched the (One-Year) Current Affairs Notes for the coming UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam 2021-22, that covers news from all sections such as Economy, Science & Technology, Environment, Govt Programmes etc. Their General Studies Notes for IAS Exam also provides to-the-point relevant information to the candidates that have the vision to join IAS as a future career.

UPSC Notification for Civil Services exam 2021-22 will be released soon. It is confirmed that the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary exam will be conducted on 27th June 2021. Therefore candidates should speedup their studies. Smart notes by BestCurrentAffairs.com is a good option for those who are not able to qualify this exam in their previous attempts. It is the faster and more efficient way to crack IAS Exam.

The UPSC IAS Preliminary Examination 2021 is meant to serve as a screening test only. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to the Main Examination will not be counted for determining their final order of merit. But it is the door that you have to cross to join IAS. Failure in IAS Prelims exam closes this door.

According to the revised pattern of UPSC civil services exam, there are two papers in the prelims - General Studies (GS) paper I and CSAT (Civil services Aptitude Test) paper II. The questions are of multiple-choice, objective type. Paper-II of the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination (i.e. CSAT) is a qualifying paper with minimum qualifying marks fixed at 33 per cent. It is mandatory for the candidate to appear in both the Papers of Civil Services (Prelims) Examination for the purpose of evaluation. A candidate is disqualified in case he/she does not appear in both the papers of Civil Services Prelims Examination.

Best CurrentAffairs.com has launched new and modified notes to Crack IAS exam. UPSC IAS Prelims syllabus 2021-22 is covered in these notes. Insights into the mystery behind the failure in UPSC IAS Prelims exam is that candidates take Current Affairs lightly. They keep on focusing on the current affairs that are not UPSC Prelims oriented and are general in nature. But UPSC Prelims exam requires the knowledge of all important Current Affairs with its in-depth specifications. Therefore, well-designed Current Affairs Notes by BestCurrentAffairs.com is the good option to hit the Bull's eye and boost the score in UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 exam.

For more information:(https://www.bestcurrentaffairs.com)

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Current affairs for UPSC civil services preliminary exam 2021-22 launched

New Delhi [India], February 12 (ANI/SRV Media): IAS toppers say that Current Affairs is a crucial part of UPSC Civil Services exam. No candidate aspires to crack IAS exam can afford to miss this section. It is also said that the UPSC Civil Services exam is all about the mastery over current affairs. BestCurrentAffairs.com, whose Current Affairs Notes is registering an outstanding performance in recent years in UPSC IAS Prelims exam, has now launched the Best Current Affairs for IAS Prelims 2021 exam.

According to Rupinderjeet Singh (Director of BestCurrentAffairs.com), "Stronghold over current affairs has always been the key to get success in UPSC IAS exam. Almost 40 per cent to 45 per cent of questions in UPSC IAS Prelims exam are related to the Topics that remained in news throughout the year, therefore we comprehensively cover all the Current Affairs so that no question from this section is missed. Our Notes delivered 84 and 82 questions in IAS Prelims GS Paper in 2019 and 2020 respectively."

There are many IAS aspirants who fail to qualify for this first Prelims stage despite spending years of preparation. Those want to crack IAS exam in their first attempt, should regularly update their current affairs knowledge. No casual newspaper reading works. In-depth and regular reading of at least 2-3 National newspapers is a must for this exam.

Candidates, who are going to appear for the Civil Services Preliminary Examination 2021-22, must have a clear understanding of the latest UPSC prelims syllabus. The Preliminary Examination will consist of two papers of Objective type (multiple choice questions) and carry a maximum of 400 marks.

There is no other way around but to have a strong foundation of basic subjects mentioned in the UPSC Prelims syllabus. In the last 2-3 years, BestCurrentAffairs.com's notes for UPSC Prelims exam have become a favourite and popular among the IAS aspirants and no serious IAS aspirant affords to miss these Current Affairs and General Studies notes.

BestCurrentAffairs.com have now launched the (One-Year) Current Affairs Notes for the coming UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam 2021-22, that covers news from all sections such as Economy, Science & Technology, Environment, Govt Programmes etc. Their General Studies Notes for IAS Exam also provides to-the-point relevant information to the candidates that have the vision to join IAS as a future career.

UPSC Notification for Civil Services exam 2021-22 will be released soon. It is confirmed that the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary exam will be conducted on 27th June 2021. Therefore candidates should speedup their studies. Smart notes by BestCurrentAffairs.com is a good option for those who are not able to qualify this exam in their previous attempts. It is the faster and more efficient way to crack IAS Exam.

The UPSC IAS Preliminary Examination 2021 is meant to serve as a screening test only. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to the Main Examination will not be counted for determining their final order of merit. But it is the door that you have to cross to join IAS. Failure in IAS Prelims exam closes this door.

According to the revised pattern of UPSC civil services exam, there are two papers in the prelims - General Studies (GS) paper I and CSAT (Civil services Aptitude Test) paper II. The questions are of multiple-choice, objective type. Paper-II of the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination (i.e. CSAT) is a qualifying paper with minimum qualifying marks fixed at 33 per cent. It is mandatory for the candidate to appear in both the Papers of Civil Services (Prelims) Examination for the purpose of evaluation. A candidate is disqualified in case he/she does not appear in both the papers of Civil Services Prelims Examination.

Best CurrentAffairs.com has launched new and modified notes to Crack IAS exam. UPSC IAS Prelims syllabus 2021-22 is covered in these notes. Insights into the mystery behind the failure in UPSC IAS Prelims exam is that candidates take Current Affairs lightly. They keep on focusing on the current affairs that are not UPSC Prelims oriented and are general in nature. But UPSC Prelims exam requires the knowledge of all important Current Affairs with its in-depth specifications. Therefore, well-designed Current Affairs Notes by BestCurrentAffairs.com is the good option to hit the Bull's eye and boost the score in UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 exam.

For more information:(https://www.bestcurrentaffairs.com)

This story is provided by SRV Media. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/SRV Media)

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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