As we have seen in past IAS exam, the questions can be based on data as old as 9 to 10 years.
But most of the questions are from the window of last 2 years current affairs. All you need to do is prioritize things.
How should you prepare current affairs for IAS Exam?
Well, this is a much more important question.
If you are preparing current affairs solely from newspapers, it’s practically almost impossible to refer all two-year-old or three-year-old data before exams. Also, unless you are preparing notes from newspapers, it may not be easy to remember all facts – even from the last 1 year.
Then, how should you prepare current affairs before Prelims to ensure that important questions from even 2 or 3 years back data are not missed?
Our solution !
We prepare daily a PDF of important news coverage from various sources like THE HINDU, Indian Express, Original Website of ministry & organizations including PIB to comprehensively cover as much as needed to clear the IAS exam though none source is exhaustive for IAS still we can predict some what 60 to 70 % questions related to compiled data in the form of CAD.
What is CAD (Current affairs of the Day) ?
To tackle the current affairs related questions in IAS/PCS/SSC/IBPS, We daily published the CAD of 20 to 30 Page which extensively covers-