IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014:Current Affairs e-Book
The Candidates can get here the IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014 Current Affairs e-Book which will be useful for the IAS Main and the PCS Maiin Exams.
IAS Main (Written) Exam 2014 is just round the corner and the candidates are expecting the new surprises this time also. This is the high time for the candidates to check there preparation and read the relevant and most appropriate study material covering the topics in an extensive way. This e-Book will be helpful in all the ways to the candidates preparing for the IAS Main Exam and the PCS Main Exam.
Current Affairs is the Spinal cord for the IAS Main Exam but remains hidden in one or the other forms. The questions in the IAS Main Exam are linked in one or the other way with the Current Affairs. Hence current affairs is an important part of the IAS preparation. In The Year 2013, Union Public Service Commission IAS Main (Written) Exam changed in its entirety. The questions in the IAS Main Exam are more analytical and minute in their orientation. The candidates need to do the extensive in-depth study to tackle all the questions because for ensuring the selection, attempting all the questions is a prerequisite.
Current Affairs plays indispensible role in the IAS Main (Written) Exam because it has a deep impact on majority of the questions asked in the IAS Main (Written) Exam. The Questions of IAS Main (Written) Exam ask about the events which made the news. The questions also ask about the profound and the long term effect of the current event on the Society as well as the Environment. Such as the treaties related to the environment has the long term effects on the upcoming Industries and the permitted Carbon level in their affluent.
Jagranjosh came up with a Current Affairs e-Book for the IAS Prelims Exam focuses on such aspects of the current affairs which are important for the IAS Prelims Exam. This e-Book is designed specifically for the IAS Prelims and is also relevant for the IAS main because the preparation for the IAS Prelims and IAS Main exam cannot be segregated.