In Civil Services Examination, the Current Affairs became one of the important parts of UPSC Prelims Exam as well as of the UPSC Main Exams. The proportion of asking questions related with current events and developments have increased in recent years. If you analyse the past year questions of IAS Prelim and IAS Main Exams, you will find that the recent question papers of 5 to 6 years comprised of large number of questions from current affairs as compared to the question papers of 2009 and before.
Majorly the questions asked in IAS Prelim and IAS Main Examinations having nature of current events and development overlaps the core subjects like Polity, Economics, Geography, History and other dynamic subjects like Environment and Ecology and Science and Technology. Sometime, the aspirants may get puzzled to categorise such questions under different heads of core subjects. So it is necessary for the aspirants to find out such questions having nature of current events and development and to decide how much time they have to dedicate to cover this section. An aspirant who has habit of reading daily newspapers like The Hindu, Indian Express, Livemint can easily crack such questions.
Here, we will provide you such Current Affair’s questions for both the IAS Prelim Examination which will help you to gain confidence for the examination. The questions have been developed completely in accordance with the expected pattern of UPSC questions. But our effort is to provide aspirants a complete sense of tackling such difficulties lies in the questions of IAS Prelim Examination.
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