UPSC Current Affairs Today Yearly 2022 part-1
UPSC Current Affairs Today Yearly 2022 part-1
In this product we knew about Current affairs for UPSC Preparation in 2022 for better preparation of all the student in 2022.
UPSC CURRENT AFFAIRS TODAY YEARLY 2022 PART 1
Current Affairs for the UPSC examination is a must. It is not only a requirement of IAS exam preparation but also a job requirement of an administrator to stay aware and understand the issues appearing in Daily Current Affairs, to handle them efficiently and effectively. In the Civil Service examination, be it Prelims or Mains, the weightage of questions asked directly or indirectly from the daily current affairs has increased manifold over the years. In the Prelims examination, while UPSC is asking 20+ questions every year directly from monthly current affairs, the portion of the questions based on topics appearing in daily current affairs news is significant.
Forum IAS always provides daily Current Affairs study materials for free to the UPSC aspirants in the form of brief Current Affairs and Editorial. It is not a new initiative, Since its inception, ForumIAS is committed to providing, aspirants with monthly current affairs material. Forum IAS has been one of the first platforms that started providing summaries and comprehensive analyses of the Daily Current Affairs for UPSC in the form of a 9 PM brief and 7 PM Editorials.
For practice, ForumIAS started providing a Current affairs-based Mains Marathon for Mains Practice and a current affairs-based Prelims Marathon for Practice of prelims. All our initiatives are, to this date are running consistently and successfully. Lakhs of students have been benefitted from these current affairs initiatives and will keep on providing such benefits for many upcoming years.
Daily Must Read Current Affairs Articles
One of the challenges aspirants face is which article is important from the exam point of view. Our Must-Read Current Affairs Article Initiative Provides a list of the most important Current Affairs articles of the Day.
9 PM Daily Current Affairs Brief
Our daily 9 PM brief provides Daily Current Affairs summaries in notes format. In this initiative, our editorial team tries to make the task easier for you by sifting through 4 to 5 relevant newspapers such as The Hindu, Indian Express, Times of India, etc., skimming Current Affairs articles, and presenting the details in a concise form. These entire articles are briefed and brought together for the day that we call a 9 PM Daily Brief. You don’t need to look anywhere more for your daily news bytes.
7 PM Daily Current Affairs Editorials
For main examinations, aspirants require an in-depth understanding of the daily issues appearing in Current Affairs. You need to understand the issue itself and its Causes, impacts, and way forward. Under this initiative, our editorial team provides you with an in-depth analysis of the most important daily current affairs issue in the news. You will be able to build an overall understanding of the issue by reading these news articles.
Methods of Current Affairs Notes preparation: Techniques and methods of preparing current affairs notes differ from aspirant to aspirant. Some prefer handwritten notes, while others like to make online notes of current affairs for revision purposes. No method is the best one, the selection of the method depends upon the comfort level of an aspirant.
Limit sources of reading current affairs today: This is one of the crucial aspects of Current Affairs Preparation. Aspirants sometimes start using so many sources for current affairs that it becomes impossible for them to cover everything important properly and unmanageable after reading that. Thus aspirants must limit their daily current affairs source to 3-4 only i.e. 1 good newspaper like Indian Express or The Hindu, PIB, 1 good current affairs compilation website like ForumIAS or any other website. How to read current affairs? If you go through the question papers of UPSC asked in the previous years, simply reading the news will not help to crack this examination. You should also read the aspects around the topic of the news and should not involve yourself in political debates. You should try to find out the background of the issue, the Socio-Economic-Political-Environmental impacts of the issue, the reasons behind the issue, and solutions for that. Background of the issue i.e. covers from the intro of GST and the commitments made by center to states regarding Compensation cess to present. Provisions in the constitution, are related to the division of financial powers between the center and states. Reasons for shortfall in Compensation cess. Cover Impacts of the shortfall from different dimensions.
ForumIAS is India’s leading Online website for UPSC IAS Exam Online Preparation and guidance. At ForumIAS, we have a dream. Our dream is to make its members achieve their IAS dream. Today thousands of aspirants have joined the elite services such as IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, and other central and state services with the right inputs provided by ForumIAS. Current affairs are the most important part of the UPSC IAS exam. ForumIAS provides a detailed analysis of important news articles through its 9 PM brief. In current affairs reading Editorials Online needs an in-depth focus and hence we provide a separate analysis of daily editorials which is not found on any other website. Click the following link to access these free preparation initiatives in Portal. ForumIAS also provides compilations and Free downloads for UPSC IAS preparation Knowing is never enough for the IAS exam. An IAS aspirant must be engaged in answer writing practice to do well in UPSC IAS Mains Exam. ForumIAS has launched a Mains Marathon initiative for IAS mains Online answer writing.
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