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8 simple ways to study current affairs

  1. Don’t miss any contemporary themes which make news regularly, such as, political crisis in middle east, tiger conservation programmes, schemes for women empowerment etc…
  2. Make topic wise notes in chronological order to review the past happenings and understand the differences easily. For example, chronological listing of all the missile testings will help you to understand, which missile belongs to which category or family without any confusion.
  3. Follow the news updates from important ministries and organizations such as ministry of external affairs, MOEF, Ministry of finance, RBI, United Nations etc….
  4. Don’t read too many newspapers. Already there is a consensus that many questions appear from the Hindu, Indian express, Business standard and Economic times. Stick with any one or two(if u need business affairs) papers and study them consistently.
  5. Don’t study international affairs without a world map. It doesn't mean that you don’t know the positions of the countries but the reason is, studying international affairs with a world map in hand will help you to understand and analyze the related issues with neighbouring countries in a proper light. It will also help you to get the complete picture of political, geographical or societal problems faced by the people regionally.
  6. Don’t mug up the important dates. Try to associate the date with some issue to remember. It is also important to remember the related organization or country.
  7. Keep following a reliable current affairs website or magazine to study any left out topics.
  8. Finally, solve the current affairs quiz, offered by some websites for free on daily or weekly basis.