UPSC has increased the number of questions which are asked from Yojana and Kurukshetra magazines, especially in GS paper 2 and 3. Also, in prelims, UPSC directly asks question from PIB.
Importance of Yojana and Kurukshetra
Importance of PIB
But should aspirants cover Yojana, Kurukshetra and PIB? The answer is NO. Reasons:
- If you consider all the pages of Yojana, Kurukshetra and PIB , it will be around 500. It is time consuming and almost impossible to cover along with standard books
- Many of the articles, facts etc. are not relevant from the exam perspective
- They carry a lot of repetitive information
- Not possible to revise these
Solution: Read the summary of Yojana, Kurukshetra and PIB. Reasons for it:
- Only most relevant topics for exam are covered in the Magazine
- Articles are comprehensively covered
- Articles are broken in answer writing format for easy remembrance of aspirants
- Saving of time and efforts for aspirants which can be used to prepare other topics of UPSC
- Easy to revise multiple times for memorization of facts, data and examples
Apti Plus Summary of these magazines are one of the best as it not only provides the relevant information but also it is presented in a simple and lucid language for easy memorization.
- India assumes Presidency of UN Security Council
- Jan Vishwas (Amendment) Bill 2022
- First Sherpa Meeting of India's G20 Presidency
- Amendments to Multi-State Co-operative Societies Act
- Maritime Anti-Piracy Bill 2022
- New logo and themeof India‟s G20 Presidency
- Draft Digital Data Protection Bill
- India‟s chair of Global Partnership on AI (GPAI)
- MAARG Portal for startup
- Draft National Credit Framework (NCrF)
- 25th National Conference on e-Governance (NCeG)
- India‟s first suicide prevention policy
- Prime Minister‘s Development Initiative for North East Region (PM-DevINE)
- National Credit Framework (NCrF)
- PM‘s Scheme for Mentoring Young Authors (YUVA 2.0)
- 4th Heli-India Summit 2022
- PM Kisan Samman Sammelan 2022
- 5th Assembly of the International Solar Alliance
- National Lists of Essential Medicines-2022
- National Conference of State Tourism Ministers
- Pradhan Mantri TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan
- World Dairy Summit-2022
- JALDOOT App
- PM-SHRI Yojana
- Swachh Toycathon
- National Security Strategies Conference 2022
- 7th governing council meeting of the NITI Aayog
- National Action for Mechanised Sanitation Ecosystem (NAMASTE)
- India, Iran sign pact to aid movement of seafarers
- Grameen Udyami Project launched
- SMILE-75 Initiative
- I2U2 Summit
- Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission conference 2022
- Apex Committee for Performance and Efficiency Audit
- States‘ Startup Ranking 2021
- BRICS Labour and Employment Ministers‘ Meeting 2022
- Manthan tribal welfare symposium
- Mission Vatsalya Scheme
- SVANidhi Mahotsav
- 14th BRICS Summit
- National Air Sports Policy
- Performance Grading Index for Districts
- Dak Karmayogi: E-Learning Platform
- Draft National Data Governance Framework Policy
- SHRESHTA Scheme
- National Strategy for Sustainable Tourism and Responsible Traveller campaign
- Take Home Ration: Good Practices
1. 36th Foundation Day of APEDA.
2. Modernisation of Police Forces (MPF).
3. “SMILE” scheme.
4. National Rail Plan (NRP) for India – 2030.
5. New India Literacy Programme.
6. Inter-Operable Criminal Justice System (ICJS).
1. Mandate for vehicles of category M1.
2. PM-Gati Shakti-National Master Plan (NMP).
3. Stone idol of Goat Head Yogini.
4. National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG).
6. Banking on Electric Vehicles in India.
7. Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission for Manipur and Mizoram.