Current Affairs

Current affairs for UPSC

The Current Affairs for IAS covers all the key sections like Yojana, EPW, Rajya Sabha TV, PIB, Issues in News, and much more that are important in UPSC Exam point of view.

 

Here, IAS candidates can find gist of all the of important articles and topics covered under each category Gist of Yojana, Gist of EPW (Economic and Political Weekly), Gist of Rajya Sabha TV, Best of PIB, Issues in News, Editorials Roundup and much more.

 

Issues in News covers all the important issues that made the newspaper and crucial for UPSC Exam and here IAS Aspirants can find important Issues in News covered for each month for UPSC Current Affairs preparation.

 

Editorial Roundup covers all the important editorials and articles from major newspapers like The Hindu, Indian Express, Live Mint and others.

 

Under Gist of Yojana, one can find the list of yojanas or topics of the entire year as published by the Government of India.

 

The Gist of Economic and Political Weekly is a weekly peer-reviewed academic journal that covers all social sciences. Here IAS candidates can find most important EPW articles relevant for IAS Exam preparation.

 

Gist of Rajya Sabha TV section provides in-depth coverage and analysis of parliamentary affairs particularly the functioning of and developments related to Rajya Sabha. It also gives an insightful review of the events of the House as well as other everyday parliamentary proceedings and developments as well as focusing on current national and international affairs

 

Concepts in News provide a brief explanation on the concepts that were in the news for eg: like Bhakti Movement; Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act; Labour Reforms in India etc.

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