- September 14, 2019
- Posted by: @webmaster
- Category: blog
How can be the vast syllabus of the UPSC can be categorized into??
The answer is simple… Static and Dynamic portions.
Well, these two portions are fine. But, if you tend to miss the most important aspect of the UPSC Syllabus in terms of the terms of the prevailing trends of the examination, you are missing out on something big.
Since 2016, UPSC has shown more inclination towards the Current Affairs both in prelims and mains stage. The UPSC CSE 2016 prelims saw almost 70% of the paper based on current affairs and the cut off also sky rocketed to an all-time high of 116.
This way, if you have to take our advice, underplaying the current affairs will be huge gamble which you can totally avoid.
Off late even the UPSC mains and interviews tests are done based on the current affairs topic. It is kind of nexus between static, dynamic and current affairs portions. You might have seen changes being made in our Criminal Penal Code to replace the Victorian Era Laws so as to suit the present scenario. In a way, for you to complete the UPSC journey, the static and dynamic portion is the vehicle and current affairs is the fuel to it.
The UPSC syllabus itself is very wide and comprehensive literally covering everything under the sun, from the contemporary issues of present day to that of yesteryears. So, in your quest to clear the UPSC, current affairs do hold a very important key.
In terms of rationality also, the posts you are aspiring for, demands you to know the very past and present of your locality in order to serve the people better. Once you get the coveted post, you are bound to face such situations. So, why not start it now…..!!!!!!
The article may surely have, atleast a bit, clear the air surrounding the importance of current affairs in UPSC. So. Get going and get to know everything new cooking daily in the country….!!!!!!!