Comprehensive knowledge of politically and economically relevant Current Affair is very crucial and necessary for UPSC IAS Prelims and UPSC IAS Mains Exam. Here we provide the analysis on latest Indus Water Treaty Review and INDO-PAK Diplomacy
We are continuously providing the Current Affairs article having complete analysis regarding the respective topic. Such topics are much useful for IAS Mains Exam Preparation. As per the recent trend of asking questions in IAS Prelims and IAS Mains Exam, the IAS aspirant should not avoid such topics during their IAS Preparation.
IAS Topper Siddharth Jain gave a complete insight on the IAS Preparation. IAS Main Exam, being the most important of all the stages of Civil Services, IAS Topper Siddharth Jain gave Study Tips for its preparation.
Indian Polity is the very much integrated with the Current Affairs as it deals with the day to day governance of the Indian Government and the interpretations of constitution. The relationship of the Union Executive and the Union Judiciary is very important in the current scenario with respect to the judicial appointments.
The Current affairs forms the crux of the IAS Preparation and the international events are one of the most important part of current affairs. Brexit is one such event which require close watch for IAS Preparation.
Current Affairs is the key for the IAS Preparation and it is well established after the IAS Prelims Exam. But as we said earlier also, Its the Current Affairs background and Analysis which help in the IAS Main Exam and it is the imperative for the IAS Prepration. In recent years, the nature of questions asked in UPSC IAS Mains as well as Prelims Exam has changed significantly. Please read this important current affairs analysis of the Geospatial Information Regulation Bill
Here, we are providing some of the valuable strategies the aspirants should follow during the preparation of General Studies II (Paper III). However, General Studies Papers of UPSC IAS Mains Exam are more likely considered as static but never ignore the correlation between the various subjects and the Current Affairs or recent developments.
Current affairs of National and International importance is a part of IAS Syllabus. India is seeking NSG Membership with all its international diplomatic efforts but our nation has to wait for some more time.
The Current Affairs Analysis e-book covers the topic in its entirety and also links the topics with the past and future. One important feature of this e-book is the practice question given with each topic so that the candidates can understand and relate the topic with different Socio Economic aspects of Indian Society.
UPSC Civil Services(IAS) Exam always concentrate its International Relations Questions on the Indian relations with its neighbours. The questions in the IAS Main Exam are Current Affairs Oriented and they are the blend of current affairs and basic issues.Lets visit the India -Nepal Current Issue
UPSC Civil Services (IAS) declared result on 10 May 2016. TINA Dabi made it to the top of the UPSC CSE 2015 list, Athar Amir stood second in UPSC Merit List 2015 while jasmeet singh got third rank in the All India Civil Service Exam Result 2015.
UPSC will issue the Civil Services and Indian Forest Services combined Notification on the 23 April 2016. Most of the candidates endlessly discuss about the Eligibility criteria, number of attempts, State Cadre preferences, Medium of Examination, Number of Posts in a particular Service and the like things.
IAS Exam preparation serves as a turning point in the candidates life irrespective of his or her selection inthe Civil Services. IAS Preparation changes the life of the candidates his perspective and the outlook towards life. Rights,Lberty and Duties are the intertwined concepts and requires deeper understanding of their inter-relationship of all the three.
Drug Policy in India needs to be implemented with the full dedication because only formal implementation will not do. The Govenrment has to make efforts to implement it fully in actions not in words only.