Candidates aspiring to appear in any government exam should be well versed with current affairs 2022. It plays an important role in the selection of candidates. Nowadays, current affairs are a hot topic in government recruitment examinations. Therefore, candidates should prepare for it as a priority in order to gain more marks in the examination. The latest happenings in India and around the world on a daily basis comes under the category of current affairs.
The information related to sports, science and technology, geography, history, economics, politics, etc. should be studied in a good manner. It is because the question paper comprises most of the questions based on these topics. Though it is quite difficult to answer every question related to the latest developments but good preparation can help in scoring better marks. Good preparation for this also helps in saving time in the examination hall. Because when you know the answers you just have to mark them on the answer sheet without wasting much time.
Now the question rises, what is the best approach to go for current affairs? How one can remember numerous events for the examination? The answer to this question is revision. More and more revision helps in making things easier whether it is current affairs or any other subject. So candidates should plan their preparation strategy keeping the revision schedule in their mind. Without proper revision, it is almost impossible to score better marks in the examination.
All About the UPSC Age Limit
Age limit is the criterion that allows a person of a certain age to appear in the exam. It varies for the candidates on the basis of their category. Any candidate who does not fall under the prescribed UPSC age limit is not eligible for writing the exam. Hence prior to filling out the application form, candidates should check the age limit in order to avoid any inconvenience. They should meet the minimum age limit as well as the maximum age limit criterion.
Also, candidates belonging to the reserved category such as OBC, SC, ST, Disabled Defense Services Personnel, EWS, etc. should possess the required certificates to claim age relaxation. In case of the absence of any of the required documents, the candidates shall be treated under the general category. Hence make sure to keep the related documents ready. Documents like caste certificates, income certificates, etc. should be issued by the concerned authorities under the state government or central government.
The details related to the age limit for the different categories have been mentioned in this section. Candidates can check the information of their category by looking at the details in the table given below.
|OBC||35 years (3 Years age relaxation)|
|Disabled Defense Services Personnel||35 years (3 Years age relaxation)|
|SC / ST||37 years (5 Years age relaxation)|
|EX-Servicemen||37 years (5 Years age relaxation)|
|Benchmark Disability- EWS||42 Years (10 Years age relaxation)|