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The social, economical, cultural, environmental issues of recent period having national and international importance are much crucial in terms of UPSC IAS Exam Preparation. The UPSC IAS aspirants must have that much of awareness of Current Affairs so that they can write his/her answers either in UPSC IAS Prelims or in IAS Mains very well. Here, we have provided Multiple Choice Questions with explanation for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam.
The Union government issued implementation notification of the 7th Pay Commission 25 July 2016. Finance Minister announced that a fitment factor of 2.57 would apply for pay revision of all employees. And the rate of annual increment has been retained at 3%. The pay commission had recommended 14.27 per cent hike in basic pay at junior levels, the lowest in 70 years.
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension, Department of Personnel & Training Designed, Developed and Hosted by National Informatics Center issued Complete Cadre Allocation –CSE 2015 list.
For the preparation of UPSC IAS Exam, an aspirant should follow the chronology while studying the Current Affairs section. If an UPSC IAS aspirant is following the chronology of the recent events then it is sure that he/she might be more benefitted than others who are picking Current Affairs topics randomly. Here. We are providing Current Affairs Multiple Choice Questions for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam which are simultaneously helpful for UPSC IAS Mains Exam.
The Current Affairs practice questions for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam have been continuously provided by us. In order to keep UPSC IAS aspirants updated we are committed to provide valuable questions for the preparation of UPSC IAS Prelims as well as IAS Mains Exam. The Current Affairs questions we are providing have been meticulously developed in a chronological order of the events happened in recent past. Such questions are going to be very useful for both UPSC IAS Prelims as well as IAS Mains Exam.
The ongoing OBC creamy layer issue is gaining turbulence! Out of the total number of qualifiers 120 IAS candidates (UPSC CSE 2015) are going to face the wrath of the DoPT decision and are on the verge of getting disqualified.
Current Affairs section of UPSC IAS Prelims Exam is very uncertain because there are no any specific topics given in the UPSC IAS Exam Syllabus from where the questions to be asked. The UPSC IAS aspirants can do one thing which is certain for them to cover the major topics of recent 4 to 6 month’s events. Here, we have provided Multiple Choice Questions based on the events happened in the month of January 2016, which are enriched with explanation and such information will also help UPSC IAS aspirants to prepare for the UPSC IAS Mains Examination.
Test Series for IAS Prelims 2016 for Current Affairs is the ultimate test of the Subject Knowledge and the Inter-relation of the subjects with each other. IAS Prelims 2016 Test Serier for Current Affairs plays this linking role of various subject as the no event occurs in Vacuum and each and every event is linked with each other.
Current Affairs is the most important component for the IAS Preparation. All the Civil Services Exam Questions are knitted around Current Affairs. IAS Toppers always stress the importance of Current Affairs for the IAS Exam. Get here the latest Current Affairs Questions and Current Analysis for the Civil Services Exam 2016
Current Affairs and the happenings around the world are very important to study for UPSC IAS Prelims as well as for IAS Mains Exam.Every year in UPSC IAS Prelims Exam, the questions based on the current events use to be asked in UPSC IAS Prelims Exam as well as in UPSC IAS Mains Exam. Here, we have provided Multiple Choice Questions with explanation for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam.
Current Affairs is essential to study for UPSC IAS Prelims as well as for IAS Mains Exam. The weightage of Current Affairs, as you can see in the UPSC IAS Prelims Question Papers, large number of questions are associated directly or indirectly with the current events. So, it is very important to study the Current Affairs in order to qualify IAS Prelims Exam. Here, we have provided Multiple Choice Questions with explanation for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam 2016
Goods and Services Tax is called as the second generation reform and often stated as Big-bang reform. It will convert the present tax regime into a simplified one.
This Article will provide the Economy Study Material to the candidates for the IAS Prelims 2016 Exam
The Article will provide the Study Material of Indian Polity for IAS Prelims at one place
IAS Exam Syllabus has a good proportion of Environment and Ecology. Here we provide IAS Exam Environment Questions for IAS Prelims Exam 2016
Environment and Ecology concepts are the emerging area for the IAS Exam and IAS Prelims Exam in particular. Conservation of soil and land is a major step one should take to protect the environment and ecology from creating more hazards to the livings on earth. It is also one of the important topics of UPSC IAS Exam syllabus. Here, we have provided Environment and Ecology Multiple Choice Questions for the UPSC IAS Prelims Exam Preparation.
Now, as per changed pattern of UPSC IAS Prelims Exam, the CSAT paper of UPSC IAS Prelims Exam has been qualifying in nature; however, the UPSC IAS aspirants should not take this paper as so easy affair to crack. If an aspirant could not qualify the General Studies Paper II CSAT then his/her General Studies paper will not be evaluated irrespective of attempting the GS Paper extraordinarily. For the aspirants of Civil Services IAS Prelim Exam 2016, here, we have provided the practice sets of CSAT English Comprehensions:
Indian Geography questions are the most common part of the previous year papers of IAS Prelims Exam. It is said that there is a big regional imbalance in the part of industrialisation in India which an UPSC IAS aspirant must have to study critically. The process of industrial development in India after independence restricted to only some parts of India. So, it is very important for the UPSC IAS aspirants to study the Industrial Developments in India after independence in a chronological order. Here, we have provided such practice questions of Indian Geography which will help aspirants to check their level of Preparation of UPSC IAS Prelims Exam.
As the Constitution of India provides for a Parliamentary System of Government modelled on the British pattern so it is important for the UPSC IAS aspirants to study the various components of Indian Parliament. There is greater chance to ask such questions based on Indian Polity in UPSC IAS Prelims as well as in UPSC IAS Mains Exam. Here, we have created Multiple Choice Questions on Prime Minister in which the questions are based on the functions, elections, terms of office, executives powers etc.
The candidates can get the all the relevant Study Material of Geography for the IAS Prelims 2016 here.
The Reading Comprehension of General Studies Paper II, CSAT is considered as one of the easiest part of the UPSC IAS Prelims Exam. An UPSC IAS aspirant can score maximum in this section if he/she has done practice well. For the aspirants of Civil Services IAS Prelim Exam 2016, here, we have provided the practice sets of CSAT English Comprehensions:
MPPSC State Service Prelims Exam Result has been declared. A total of 4462 candidates have qualified the preliminary examination which was held to recruit candidates against 255 vacancies.
IAS Interview is the most critical part of the IAS Exam process. It can help to get best services and also can be a deterrent in the final selection. IAS Prelims and Main examinations are conducted to test candidates’ academic and general awareness with regards to a diverse range of topics; on the other hand, IAS Interview test the personality and temperament of the Civil Services candidate.
Current Affairs ensure the selection in the IAS Prelims Exam as well as the State PCS Exam. An UPSC aspirant must have updated Knowledge of Current events and issues of national and international importance. The proper knowledge of Current Affairs helps UPSC IAS aspirants to write their answers in UPSC IAS Mains Exam in various dimensions which is the need of pattern of Civil Services IAS Exam. Here, we have provided Multiple Choice Questions with better explanation for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam.
Strategically Indian Geography is very important for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam because of the numbers of questions asked in General Studies Paper I of UPSC IAS Prelims Exam. India witnesses the Industrial Development just after getting its independence in 1947. So, it is very important for the UPSC IAS aspirants to study the Industrial Developments in India after independence in its chronological order. Here, we have provided such practice questions of Indian Geography which will help in IAS Preparation
An UPSC IAS aspirant must have the knowledge of inflation and its effects on an economy both at the micro and macro levels. There is a greater chance of asking questions based on inflation in UPSC IAS Prelims Exam as well as in interview. For tackling such questions, an aspirant must have to study the various dimensions of GS Economy and its basic concepts. Here, we have developed Multiple Choice Questions based on the topic of inflation for the UPSC IAS Prelims Exam from Ramesh Singh’s Indian Economy book, one of the most important books available for UPSC IAS Exam.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) extended the detailed application date for RAS/RTS Combined Competitive Exam 2013. Candidates can now present documents on or before 10 July 2016 which was earlier 05 July 2016.
Civil services/ IAS aspirants may not appear for the two reintroduced additional papers. The UPSC has formed a panel to look into the matter. The panel will submit the report on reintroduction of the additional two papers by the mid of August.
Current Affairs considered as a dynamic section of the UPSC IAS Prelims Exam. The relevance of Current Affairs is not only in UPSC IAS Prelims Exam but it also has greater relevance in UPSC IAS Mains as well as in the Interview level. An UPSC aspirant must be aware of the current political, economic, cultural etc scenario of India and simultaneously of the world. Here, we have provided Multiple Choice Questions with better explanation for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam.
It is necessary for the UPSC IAS aspirants to understand the concepts of Inflation and other aggregates of Macroeconomics which affects an economy as a whole. Such macroeconomic concepts have greater influence on day to day economic activities performed by the common people. For the Civil Services aspirants, here, we have developed Multiple Choice Questions for the UPSC IAS Prelims Exam