UPSC NDA & CDS II 2021 Current Affairs Capsule: Union Public Service Commission will be conducting the CDS and NDA Written exam on 14th November 2021. The written examination includes 3 papers for CDS out of which Paper I of General Knowledge will comprise of 100 marks. Questions asked from General Knowledge section comes majorly from current affairs. A candidate must revise all the important current affairs before appearing for the CDS and NDA examination. Click on the link below to download free PDF of the important current affairs for CDS and NDA exam:
It is the time to fast-track and target the UPSC NDA & CDS II 2021. To ease your preparation for CDS and NDA Exam, we are providing monthly current affairs compilation for the aspirants. The magazine contains subject-wise distribution of comprehensive news articles. The current affairs asked in the CDS and NDA includes a variety of topics such as the latest schemes launched by the government, theme of important days, questions from the budget, military exercises, important books, authors, awards given in various fields, all about our neighboring countries, PM and president of the countries that have been in news, etc.
All in all, you must cover at least the past 6 months of current affairs that might cover more than half of the questions. Aspirants must be already aware of the latest news but everything requires last-minute revision and thorough practice. For the purpose of providing important current affairs in a concise way, and to help you memorize it in minimum time, Defence Adda has come up with the free PDF containing the most important current affairs useful for the CDS and NDA examination. You can click on the link provided below and download the PDF to revise the current affairs anywhere, anytime.
You can also download the General Knowledge Capsule to revise the topics and score high marks in the written exam. Click on the below link to download the capsule:
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