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UPSC Daily Current Affairs – Date-wise UPSC Prelims Bits

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UPSC CSE 2023 Preparation

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the Civil Services Examination (UPSC CSE) every year to recruit the personnel for the most prestigious Government Jobs in the country – IAS, IPSC, IFS, IFoS, etc. UPSC CSE Exam is conducted in three phases – Prelims, Mains & Interview. In UPSC CSE Prelims Exam Objective MCQ type 2 papers are conducted – General Studies (GS) & General Aptitude (CSAT). Out of the two papers, the cut-off is prepared on the basis of GS paper only, while the CSAT paper is qualifying in nature.

UPSC Daily Current Affairs

Every year, in the UPSC CSE prelims examination, a huge proportion of the questions is asked from the current affairs sections. Out of the 100 questions, 20-25 questions are direct current affairs questions, while another 20-25 questions are an amalgamation of current affairs and static portion. This makes daily current affairs preparation an important aspect to clear UPSC CSE Prelims Examination. Needless to say, aspirants having a good command over the daily current affairs, definitely have a better chance to clear the UPSC CSE Exam. Not only this, but the current affairs also contribute to a better understanding of the Static GS portions.

UPSC Prelims Bits by Adda247

In light of this, Adda247 has started this initiative to provide free daily current affairs for the aspirants. These are the prelims specific current affairs – mostly based on the facts and quick knowledge. There is a high probability that many questions in UPSC CSE 2023 exam would be prepared from these topics. UPSC aspirants should make this a daily habit to read these daily Prelims Bits in order to prepare better for the UPSC CSE 2023 Prelims Exam.

UPSC Prelims Daily Current Affairs


How many direct questions are asked in UPSC CSE from daily Current Affairs?

Every year 20 to 25 questions are directly asked from daily current affairs in UPSC CSE Exam.

What are the various phases of UPSC CSE Examination?

There are three phases of UPSC CSE Examination - Prelims, Mains & Interview.

What is the importance of UPSC Daily Current Affairs?

UPSC daily current affairs are important as direct questions are asked in exam from these current affairs. They are also important for a better understanding of static portion.