Latest Current Affair 2022 for Banking, SSC, UPSC & Other Exams

By : Neha Dhyani

Updated : Jan 6, 2022, 12:00

For any competitive exam conducted for any government job in India, current affairs is an important section. All government jobs aspirants preparing for the upcoming exams like Bank, SSC, RRB, UPSC, State Exams, Law & MBA Entrance Exams and other Sarkari exams need to be well prepared in General Awareness of which current affairs are a major part. In order to prepare for this candidates refer to a number of sources both offline and online.

What are Current Affairs?

Current Affairs can be considered as a topic or subject which includes all the well-known latest events which have occurred recently in our country or Internationally for all categories like sports, entertainment, economy, environment, and various other fields. In order to prepare for current affairs, candidates need to be updated regularly with all the daily current affairs through news and updates and refer to any monthly current affairs PDF to summarize them. 

Major exams for which you had to prepare for the Current Affairs section include SSC RRB, various Banking and Insurance exams. For these exams, you need to be updated for all the current affairs 2022 in order to excel in these exams.

How to prepare for Current Affairs?

Candidates can subscribe to various online newspaper channels or monthly General Knowledge magazines like Manorama and various others or can give various current affairs quizzes in order to the General Awareness section. Candidates can refer to some of the tips given below in order to prepare for current affairs:

  • Read Newspaper daily with the help of which will stay updated with daily current affairs and also your reading skills will also be improved. Other sources apart from newspapers are news channels and the internet.
  • Write down all the current affairs today you have read, heard, or listened to at any news channel.
  • In order to summarize monthly current affairs, make a notebook at the end of the month and write down all the events of the months which you remember.
  • As this year is about to end, you can either prepare yourself or look out for current affairs 2021 from various sources available. 

Best Sources for Current Affairs 2022

Candidates can start their preparation for current affairs from Day 1 of the new year. Here are some sources which you can refer to in order to prepare for General Awareness Current Affairs section:

  • The Hindu (Editorial Part is highly recommended to prepare for various competitive exams)
  • Monthly or Annually GK Magazines like Manorama Yearbook and other books like Arihant GK.
  • Daily Gradeup Current Affairs
  • Various Current Affairs Quizzes are available on the internet for free.
  • Economic Times

Important Current Affairs Topics

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  • All the latest events for any category both national and international come under Current Affairs.

  • Daily newspaper reading or watch news channel and wrote down all the news or major events.

    Monthly Current Affairs magazines and at the end of the month, wrote all the events which you remember from this month's current affairs.

  • Current Affairs refers to all the latest events related to any major person, sports event, any other event.

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Neha DhyaniNeha DhyaniMember since Jul 2017
An IT engineer turned Writer, Neha is a versatile content creator at ‘Gradeup’, who covers news and top stories of the education sector. She has been in the industry since 2015. She is passionate about her work, however, when she isn’t crafting content, she’s probably reading, playing badminton, watching YouTube or just lazing around. Her email address is neha.dhyani@gradeup.co.