Current Affairs To Study For Bank Exams 2020- If you are aiming for any competitive exam especially banking then you cannot afford to miss the current affairs section. This section holds a lot of importance in every exam and hence must be given a lot of attention while preparing for the exam. Current Affairs will not only help you in Mains of banking exams but if you are preparing for bank po then it will also help you in Descriptive writing and Interview as well. Bank exams are one such exam which constitute a large portion of marks in the Mains exam to the General Awareness section.
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Why Current Affairs section is Important for Banking Aspirants?
General Awareness section in Banking exam comprises of three section namely- Banking Awareness, Financial Awareness, Current Affairs. Though the number of questions differs in every exam but all these three are almost equally divided. Students can easily get the sources to study Banking Awareness and Financial Awareness because they are easily available and have limited syllabus to study. While Current Affair is one such section whose syllabus cannot be defined. So today we will be discussing what to study while preparing for Current affairs.
Topics to cover for preparing Current Affairs :
- Government schemes and policies
- News related to banking and economy
- News of national and international importance
- Famous book and their authors
- Important dates and events
- Appointment & Resignation
- Ranks & Reports
- Science & Technology
- Sports News
- Defence Exercise
How many month current affairs should be studied?
Students are expected to go through last six-seven months current affairs. Focus should be more on the last three months current affairs. RBI related news should be given more attention.
This is one section which can fetch you a lot of marks in less time and can give you edge over other students. Exams like SBI PO and IBPS PO and where students missed the final cut off by point marks. This could be the section which can ensure your selection.
Sources To Study Current Affairs From:
- The Hindu and Economic Times
- The Hindu Review- Monthly GK capsule of bankersadda
- Daily Current Affairs quiz
- Daily News analysis on Adda247 youtube channel
- Bankersadda’s GK Power Capsule