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IAS Prelims 2019: How to Prepare for Current Affairs

Every student preparing for upcoming UPSC (CSE) 2019 examination is very much aware of the importance of current affairs in their exam as well as interview. If you are not one such student or aspirant, you must understand the value of Current Affairs as a crucial subject and not neglect it. Also, current affairs is a vast subject which requires daily preparation. So, the question arises, “how to prepare for current affairs section?” Here are some tips that can help with your preparation. Click here to read more

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