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UPSC Daily Current Affairs | Prelim Bits 20-07-2024

Bhil tribe, South Eastern Coalfields Limited, U-WIN, Enemy Property, UPSC

Tree Planting for Restoring Ecosystem

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India-Austria Relations

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UPSC Daily Current Affairs | Prelim Bits 19-07-2024

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Elderly Population in India

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Changing Monsoonal Rainfall across India

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UPSC Daily Current Affairs | Prelim Bits 18-07-2024

Measles and its vaccines, PM SHRI (PM Schools for Rising India), Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (…

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Impact of Heatwaves on children

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UPSC Daily Current Affairs | Prelim Bits 17-07-2024

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How to Prepare world and Indian History Current Affairs for the UPSC Exam

History is one of the most important topics for UPSC Prelims. This subject is highly dependent on Current Affairs, both national and international. Candidates need to be aware of these happenings in order to prepare well. They also need to have a thorough knowledge of the events that have occurred throughout history. It's important to know the historical significance of various events, such as the fall of the Berlin Wall, the disintegration of the Soviet Union, US victory in the Gulf War, and more.

To prepare for the UPSC exam, candidates must have a comprehensive understanding of the past. For that, students should make a list of major sites from the Palaeolithic and Neolithic periods, and the Chalcolithic Age. Then, they should create a chronological chart for each period to help them with revision.

Another important topic is the study of Vedic Civilization. Students should learn about the evolution of Indian society from prehistoric times to the middle of the eighth century AD. They should also have a detailed list of important Indian freedom fighters and important European factories. Also, they should study the Gandhian phase of Independence.

One of the best ways to learn history is to read NCERT books. They will build a solid theoretical base for your study of History. You can also supplement your preparation with additional study materials. But it's best to keep a focus on the factual details.

A good source for learning Modern Indian History is the book titled A Brief History of Modern India. It is written by Rajiv Ahir and is published by Spectrum Publications. This book also covers the topic of Economic and Social Development, Sustainable Development, Poverty, Rights Issues, and Social Sector Initiatives.

Candidates should also read about the British colonization of India. The policies of the British government had a huge impact on Indian culture, language, and economy. As a result, it impacted the rise of nationalism in India. In addition, it affected the educational, religious, and Economic policies of India.

Other important topics include the Indian National Movement, the Sufi-movement, Lingayat’s, Ramanuja, Kabir, and the Shankaracharya. These movements shaped the Caste system, the status of women, and the education of the people.

The most important thing about history is to know the context of the event. Therefore, students should also study the social and Political Current Affairs and its conditions in which these events took place.

Another important topic is the study of world history. While this is not directly related to the General Studies' paper, it is very important for Prelims. There is no fixed UPSC Syllabus for the topic, but candidates must be able to identify the most relevant subjects.

Keeping track of the latest findings in an Archaeological Source is also a great way to learn about the ancient Indian past. However, candidates should only study the most relevant material.

For in-depth preparation, candidates can also look into topics such as the Constitution, planned economy, Foreign Policy, and more. Keeping track of all this information will help you to ace the UPSC exam.