Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is the most prestigious service of India and the IAS Exam is the most prestigious exam of India to secure the high position in the highest echelons of Indian Society. The IAS Prelims is not a hard nut to crack but only with the right strategy.
The right strategy means to know the requirements of the paper and the right approach to fulfill those needs. The current event section is one of the most important sections of the paper which cannot be overlooked whether questions are asked from that section or not. The technique of studying the current section got the key to resolve the mystery of the General Studies Paper I.
The background of each and every event should be studied so that its effect and influence on the society can be studied. The candidate should not expect the direct questions from the current events but should expect that the related events can be asked. The very hot topics have not been asked but their background and the constitutional provisions should be studied in its totality.
The current happening related to the Federal Structure of India should be studied in its totality because UPSC always ask the questions related to the federal structure of our country. The current event related to the constitutional Bodies, Statutory Bodies and other important bodies should be studied in its totality because it will give a clear insight of the federal structure of our country.
The International Awards have not been asked but sometimes the institutions which instituted that award had asked. So the candidates cannot overlook the awards also because each and every question counts in IAS Prelims. The candidate are required to comprehend the recent happenings with the past and always keep in mind the Big Picture means to relate the events with the society in each and every respect.
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