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Overview: Expected MCQs on Current Affairs for Government Exams
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This is the overview lesson of the course - Expected MCQs on Current Affairs for Government Exams for the month of March 2017.

Roman Saini is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Roman Saini
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Sir its my small Suggestion is that make sure me the all MCQs avialable at one place from preivious months than it is easy for me to revise at one place. one more is add current affairs option in the explore.
Hi Roman, Firstly, would like to share my cordial thanks gratitude. Secondly, I'm preparing for Pre-lim for this year (2017), so should I move with the current affairs till 2016 ? Please suggest. Best wishes Tarun
May 2016 to May 2017
Roman Sir, Can you make a PDF document of these daily 10 MCQs right from May 2016. It will really really help aspirants. Hope you read this comment!
Hello Sir, though I have completed 4 courses but the app shows only 2. Y so?
sir , I need the syllabus for upsc. please provide me the same.
  1. Expected MCQs for UPSC CSE 2017 based on March 2017 Current Affairs COURSE OVERVIEW 5 Presented by- Roman Saini

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  3. OBJECTIVE To prepare yourself for the upcoming UPSC/ PCS Prelims To understand the examiner's mindset of how he formulates the question To read and understand newspapers from the point of view of answering potential questions To separate the relevant information from junk as far as government exams are concerned .

  4. Target Audience UPSC, PSC aspirants, mainly SSC, RBI and other government exam aspirants can also benefit from the course

  5. What to expect? The videos will be uploaded everyday before/ after the Hindu summary 10 MCQs related to current affairs from newspapers . . Also, the questions will be mixed and from diverse topics pertaining to UPSC CS Prelims syllabus Do let us know your suggestions and ask your doubts and queries in the comment box .