The Questions in the IAS Prelims Exam is deeply related to the current affairs of the past months and it is very important to cover the current affairs of the past six months to get good score. Current Affairs is an integral part of the IAS Syllabus and the IAS aspirants should focus on the important issues. It is also very important to avoid unimportant things which are not relevant for the IAS Prelims Exam because it can save lots of time. Time is the most important component of the IAS Preparation.
The aspirants must have the habit of reading newspapers on daily basis but it is very difficult for them to revise the topics which he/she has already covered in the past. To make notes of it is very tiring and time consuming practice and for this they required study materials which are quiet substitute of notes.
Specifically, Current Affairs is considered as one of the most important parts of General Studies Papers of UPSC IAS Exam. It is well known fact that the majority of Questions asked in UPSC Civil Services Exam revolves around the recent happenings of within and outside the country. The social, political, economic, 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. However, the Current Affairs Questions to be asked in UPSC IAS Prelims Exam considered as very uncertain because there are no any specific topics given in the UPSC IAS Exam Syllabus from where the questions to be asked.
Here, we have put our efforts to compile the important or burning issues of past few months in an e-book format. The issues which are very important in terms of UPSC IAS Prelims as well as for UPSC IAS Mains Exam have been covered in this e-book. Systematic compilation has been done by the experts and each and every topic has been critically analysed in it which are the basic requirements to write answers in UPSC IAS Mains Exam. A proper research has been carried out on the previous year General Studies Papers of UPSC IAS Mains Exam before compilation of topics.
In this Current Affairs 2016 e-book, the topics of States, National and International have been covered comprehensively. The book is more handy and having complete information regarding respective topics. One of the most important aspects of this Current Affairs 2016 e-book is that the topics have covered in pointer format which are quiet easy to remember and time saving. The aspirants who want to revise Current Affairs in his/her last leg of preparation, this book quiet useful.
The topics like Union Government’s welfare schemes and policies, constitutional amendments and reforms, international trade and relations, Climate summits, bilateral and multi-lateral agreements of India with other countries, India’s foreign policies, national disasters, various movements and economic reforms, budgets of various states etc. have been covered in the book. As far as the major focus of UPSC IAS Exam, this e-book is also beneficial for the aspirants who are engaged in the preparation various State Public Service Commissions.