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Cordial Welcome to Jobrefresher Current Affairs 2018. To remain updated with current affairs is prime need in case you want to pass any competitive exam. Even if one is not preparing for Govt Exams one should also be aware about national and international affairs. Intellectual abilities of a candidate are mostly judged through his general knowledge. This is the main page where you can grasp important updates and alerts on national and international events, news related to sports, business, banking, arts, science, defence and world scenarios etc.

Published On : 31 Aug 2020

Noted actor Chadwick Boseman passed away at 43

Noted actor Chadwick Boseman passed away at 43

  • Noted American actor Chadwick Boseman passed away due to colon cancer in Los Angeles. He was 43. He was born on 29th November 1976 in South Carolina.
  • He started his filmy career with a guest appearance on television and also done Lincoln Heights (2008-09) and Persons Unknown (2010) series.
  • In 2018, he became popular for playing Black Panther in the Marvel movies and won NAACP Image & Screen Actors Guild Award. He made his Marvel superhero debut as T'Challa/ Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War (2016) movie.
India & Russia jointly won 2020 FIDE Chess Olympiad

India & Russia jointly won 2020 FIDE Chess Olympiad

India & Russia have jointly declared the winners of the 2020 Online FIDE Chess Olympiad. Russia was initially declared winners after two Indian players,....

Published On : 31 Aug 2020

National Sports Day celebrated on 29th August Each year

National Sports Day celebrated on 29th August Each year

Each year on the 29th August National Sports Day is celebrated across the world. This day marks the birthday of Major Dhyan Chand Singh, the hockey player w....

Published On : 29 Aug 2020

Marieke Lucas Rijneveld won 2020 International Man Booker Prize

Marieke Lucas Rijneveld won 2020 International Man Booker Prize

Marieke Lucas Rijneveld (age 29 years) won the 2020 International Man Booker Prize together with their translator Michele Hutchinson for her novel 'The Disc....

Published On : 29 Aug 2020

India will host the 2021 BRICS Games

India will host the 2021 BRICS Games

India will be hosting the 2021 BRICS Games and may align it with Khelo India Games. It will be held at the same time and at the same venues as of Khelo India Games. ....

Published On : 29 Aug 2020

PRATHEEKSHA - Kerala first marine ambulance boat

PRATHEEKSHA - Kerala first marine ambulance boat

The 12th Chief Minister of Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan (age 75 years) has inaugurated the state first marine ambulance boat 'PRATHEEKSHA' through video conferen....

Published On : 29 Aug 2020

Sudha Painuli selected for 2020 National Award of Teacher

Sudha Painuli selected for 2020 National Award of Teacher

Sudha Painuli has been selected for the 2020 National Award of Teacher. She is the Vice-Principal of Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) - Kalsi, Dehra....

Published On : 29 Aug 2020

5th BRICS Industry Ministers Summit

5th BRICS Industry Ministers Summit

The 5th edition of BRICS Industry Minister’s Summit was held through video conferencing. From the India side, Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Pra....

Published On : 28 Aug 2020

Cricket Drona - For the Love of Vasoo Paranjape book released

Cricket Drona - For the Love of Vasoo Paranjape book released

A new book 'Cricket Drona - For the Love of Vasoo Paranjape' based on the life of renowned coach Vasudev Jagannath Paranjpe or Vasoo Paranjape will be released on 2nd Septem....

Published On : 28 Aug 2020

Tennis players - Bryan brothers announced retirement

Tennis players - Bryan brothers announced retirement

Famous Tennis players - Mike & Bob Bryan has announced his retirement from Tennis. The Bryan Brothers are American professional doubles tennis players and are the most s....

Published On : 28 Aug 2020

IIT Alumni Council inked MoU with Russia to build Hybrid Quantum Computer

IIT Alumni Council inked MoU with Russia to build Hybrid Quantum Computer

IIT Alumni Council has inked an MoU with Russian Company Lomonosov Moscow State University & Russoft to build World’s largest and fastest Hybrid Q....

Published On : 28 Aug 2020

Vinay Tonse - New Managing Director & CEO of SBI Mutual Fund

Vinay Tonse - New Managing Director & CEO of SBI Mutual Fund

SBI Mutual Fund has appointed Vinay Tonse as its new Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He replaced Ashwani Bhatia, ....

Published On : 27 Aug 2020

James Anderson becomes first fast bowler to take 600 Test wicket

James Anderson becomes first fast bowler to take 600 Test wicket

England cricketer James Anderson (age 38 years) becomes the first fast bowler to take 600 Test wickets. Now, he becomes the 4th bowler in the world to take ....

Published On : 27 Aug 2020

17th India-Vietnam Joint Commission Meet

17th India-Vietnam Joint Commission Meet

The 17th Meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technological Cooperation was held via video-conference on 25th Au....

Published On : 27 Aug 2020

Neelakanta Bhanu Prakash won Gold at 2020 Mental Calculation World Championship

Neelakanta Bhanu Prakash won Gold at 2020 Mental Calculation World Championship

20 years boys of Hyderabad Neelkantha Bhanu Prakash won the Gold medal in the Mental Calculation World Championship 2020 at Mind Sports Olympiad (MS....

Published On : 27 Aug 2020

Defence Minister Launched NCC Training Mobile App

Defence Minister Launched NCC Training Mobile App

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh (age 69 years has launched the Directorate General National Cadet Corps (DGNCC) Mobile Training App. Object....

Published On : 27 Aug 2020

How to Prepare For Current Affairs And General Awareness?

UPSC Exam Pattern now carries more focus on all round information on current affairs, besides knowledge of aspirants in other fields. The stalwarts or beginners appearing for the UPSC exam are mostly apprehensive about what will be in store for them during UPSC Exams. They are very unsure what to prepare and study relevant to the current pattern of exams. Here is how they should start their preparation.

The first thing regarding preparations that aspirants need to know for UPSC exams is referring to the previous year’s question papers. Those papers should include both the Prelims and Main stream exams. These papers will reveal the pattern they should follow.

They would know more by learning through these papers about how the questions papers are framed and what type of questions they will face in UPSC exams. They can also practice by solving the questions in those papers. This would be more of a skill development exercise, and this will help them to study on the similar lines and get through the UPSC exams.

How to prepare for current affairs section for UPSC exams?

The knowledge about the current affairs is the key for the aspirants to succeed in exams. However, they still might be confused about how to go for it. Here is a guideline how to perform well in the current affairs section of the UPSC Syllabus that most aspirants find a bit intriguing.

Read newspapers & magazines

The easiest source of current affairs information is the internet, newspapers, and magazines. You must read the leading newspapers religiously every day and follow current issues concerning regional, national, and international areas

You should read them carefully and discuss with your friends and seniors. You can get plenty of topics covering developments in medical science, technology, economics, sports, political developments, environmental studies, and a variety of other topics.

Study government planning

Never miss on the different plans and schemes of government to benefit different sections of societies. Those may include schemes to provide skills to unskilled people, old-aged people, young girls for their education, housing schemes, and plans for farmers etc.

Focus on information from some organizations

There are few organizations like ministry of finance, HRD, and RBI that offer some news updates relevant to the question papers in exam. Focus on them and try to read all about them. You must understand all about the important information that may affect the lives of people and country.

Stay updated and analyze

Do in-depth study on various achievements and analyze them. These include political decisions in Kashmir, India’s expedition in space and other developments in science & technology across the world. Try to reach out to the core of all of its aspects and find answers for ‘how, why, where, and what’ of different situations and achievements. Sometimes, aspirants choose to ignore most frequently appearing news items, although those normally are part of the UPSC exam papers.

Historical Aspects

Knowing about the history of the countries and cultures is a skill that you could adopt by indulging in it. Try to get acquainted with the historical events, modern & ancient history of India. Make note of game-changing historical events and try to understand their impact. Remembering dates is also a very important ritual of studying history.

Information on Geographical & International Affairs

International affair in geographical context has a prominent place in the question papers of UPSC exams. Prepare on the international affairs, keeping in mind the ever-changing political scenarios, especially across the country’s borders. Do not forget to refer world atlas to understand the geographical impact in relation to international affairs. This will help you to address real political & geographical issues of the regions.

Ways to hone your skills

When you come to know about the pattern of questions asked in UPSC exams, you must proceed to hone your skills in general knowledge related to current affairs. You can also enhance your GK through daily or weekly current affairs quiz programs available in different websites. You need to read regularly on sports and entertainment also.

If you follow the above referred guidelines on current affairs, you can get past UPSC exams easily.

Importance of Current Affairs

General Knowledge about current affairs help us analyze the pros and cons of a situation and with current affairs one can attain academic as well as personal growth. Jobrefresher is the best website for following current affairs. Randomness is the most important characteristics of competitive examinations. Nowadays, in most of competitive exams and interviews, there is a defined section for General Knowledge which plays central role in final merit list.

Current Affairs mainly has three parts:
1. Static Events like India launched Agni Missile.
2. Dynamic Events which has regular updates like- Nirav Modi case.
3. Periodical Events like- Elections, Annual Budget etc.
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