THE HINDU Analysis, 04 June, 2022 (Daily Current Affairs for UPSC IAS) – DNS

Presented by: Mr. Faizan Khan of Rau’s IAS Study Circle
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1. ‘All the best for prelims’ – (00:28)
2. New opportunities for e-waste recyclers – Environment & ecology – (01:45)
3. New India needs free and quality higher education – Polity & Governance – (12:36)
4. BJP’s income fell by almost 80% in 2020-21 – Polity & Governance – (18:38)
5. Keep ESZ of 1 km around forests: SC – Environment & ecology – (20:46)
6. Centre okays slashing PF interest rate – Indian economy – (24:22)
6. Question for the Day – (26:34)

Dear Aspirants,
We wish you all the best and hope you all are able to give Prelims 2022 your best shot.

Tomorrow when you take the real test you should have a calm, peaceful, and focused mind. Have faith in your hard work, understanding, and knowledge.

A few last-minute suggestions that all of you should keep in mind:
1. Read the question paper with utmost carefulness
2. Take two copies of the Admit Card.
3. Read the instructions leaflet provided along with the admit card carefully.
4. Stay hydrated, take a water bottle along with you.
5. Reach the centre ahead of the scheduled time.
6. Take two 0.7- or 0.9-mm black pens for filling the OMR sheet.
7. Take proper rest tonight.
8. Keep in shade during the exam break before CSAT.
9. Attempt the CSAT paper also carefully.

We are sure you all have put in a lot of hard work still the stress and anxiety might be at their peak. But you should all remember that this exam is not just a test of knowledge but also a test of nerves. And this Poem by Rabindranath Nath Tagore can help us become free from our own mental chains of fear. Although written in the context of becoming free from mental slavery under British rule, it still remains relevant to everyone who is shackled by her/his own fears.

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high;
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls;
Where words come out from the depth of truth;
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection;
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the dreary desert sand of dead habit;
Where the mind is led forward by thee into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.

What after prelims 2022?

The process to become a civil servant doesn't end with the Prelims. The next important stage is the Mains exam. And there are only 100 odd days between the Prelims and the Mains exam. So, without bothering about the result of the prelims, the focus of every aspirant should be on improving Answer writing skills, Quick and effective revision for both General Studies and the optional Subjects.

If you need guidance and mentorship with testing, mains answer writing, revision, etc you can get in touch with us after Prelims.

Rau’s IAS GS and Optional Mains Test Series and QIP have helped many attain top ranks in CSE.

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All the best!
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