For the IAS aspirants, the knowledge of current affairs scores significant importance in the preparation of the UPSC syllabus. The weightage of questions in the general awareness section of the UPSC exam has been divided into static and dynamic portions. The static part encompasses the topics that don’t change and are well documented historically. Students need to rely on current affairs for the preparation of the dynamic part of the general awareness segment.
To make you ready for the question based on this part, VNK academy brings the current affairs programme.
What are current affairs?
These are the events occurring nationally and internationally assuming considerable importance. The key to achieving success in the UPSC exam is to have a sound analysis of current affairs. The recent trends have established that current affairs have gained prominence in the prelims and mains exams. VNK academy has launched a dedicated current affairs programme course by recognizing its importance.
Features of VNK’s current affairs programme
This comprehensive course covers current affairs from several sources and keeps you updated with the latest information. We provide daily and monthly current affairs for every critical event. This content is curated by our professionals who have significant expertise in this area. A brief on it as follows:
- Daily Articles: We provide a summary of three key events that have occurred in the previous day. These articles help you determine why particular news is important. It provides information for each section of the news in bulleted form.
- Monthly Brief: A detailed piece of the month’s most important events taken from credible sources. This feature of the current affairs programme develops analytical skills for the candidates required in the exam.
- Periodic Tests: We conduct routine tests in the form of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and descriptive questions necessary for the mains exam. Moreover, the current affairs programme also examines the preparedness of the candidates in the interview section.
- Information from various sources: While framing the informative articles for current affairs courses, we take into account several sources. This includes leading newspapers, magazines, economic surveys, and PIB.
Outcomes of current affairs programme:
- Improve the chances of scoring high by getting all-round coverage of current affairs
- Gain in-depth information about the concepts introduced in the articles
- Assess your preparation for UPSC with our regular test series of current affairs programme
- Learn to utilize the knowledge of current affairs in indirect questions of the general awareness section