UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2018 will be held on 3rd June 2018 (Sunday). Both papers, General Studies Paper-I and General Studies Paper-II (CSAT) will be held on the same day.
Notification of Civil Services Exam 2018 will be released by UPSC on 7th February, 2018. After this date you can apply online for this exam on UPSC website. Last date to apply for this exam is 6th March, 2018.
In UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2017, there were 78 questions out of Total 100 in Prelims GS Paper, that came from our Booklets:
The significance of Current Affairs in this prestigious Civil Services Examination is increasing every year. You can yourself judge by seeing the Question Paper of UPSC Civil Services Exam, both Preliminary and Mains, that majority of the questions asked are Current Affairs oriented.
It has now become IMPOSSIBLE to Clear IAS Prelims without giving due importance to Current Affairs. Gone are the days when people used to qualify this exam by reading just ONE FAMOUS Newspaper or Magazines available on roadside book-shops. Don’t take risk of ignoring this section. It is very painful, when we FAIL to clear IAS prelims by just 2-3 marks.
We provide the Exact, Latest and Specific Current Affairs for IAS Prelims 2018 exam. We want to inform you that in Civil Services Preliminary Exam 2016, out of 100 Questions in GS Paper-I, 47 Questions comes directly from our Current Affairs Booklets.
In Latest IAS Prelims 2017 exam that was held on 18 June, 2017, there were around 42 questions, that came directly from our Current Affairs Course. (See Above Table: 2017 Performance).
This has become possible because we exactly cover those news and current affairs which are really important from Civil Services Examination point of view. Our Current Affairs Booklets are enriched with Top Quality and Best Content.
Our coverage of News and Current Affairs is very wide. You may be reading ONE or TWO Newspaper or Magazines for this exam. But we everyday refer more than 30 News Agencies, Official Government Sources, Newspapers, National and International Magazines.
Every year there are around 40 – 50 questions from Current Affairs in IAS Preliminary Exam. It may be increased in Prelims 2018. Therefore this section cannot be taken lightly. Forget about clearing this exam, if you are compromising with Current Affairs.
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