Why Knowledge is power?

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Do you know?: Who won the Noble Prize for literature this year? In which city, the ICC awards were presented? Who was the 4th Prime Minister of India? What are the salient features of Jan Lopal Bill?

    If you can answer these questions, without putting too much burden on your brain. We would say you are doing great when it comes to keeping yourself abreast of what’s happening around you. If you are not able to answer the above questions and thinking of taking up a competitive exam; our advice is to spend some time brushing your general knowledge.

    General Knowledge is an integral part of most competitive exams.  Whether you are preparing for Civil Services, Combined Defence Services (CDS), National Defence Academy (NDA), Indian Forest Service or planning to take exams conducted by various states to recruit Class A and B Officers in their respective states; questions on General Knowledge are asked.  A section on GK or General Knowledge is the most interesting and scoring part of any competitive exam.  If you manage to do well in GK, your chances of making it to merit list are high. And if you don’t, forget about it.  You know it.

    It is not difficult to cultivate a habit of building up your General Knowledge. All you need is interest, discipline, environment, and will to make it happen. There are various resources to help you increase your general knowledge.  There are General Knowledge books, competitive monthly magazines and there is no dearth of good general knowledge websites on the Internet. In fact, Internet is a supreme source of Information. But the plethora of information available on the Internet makes it hard to decide what to read and what to skip.

    It is here, the focus and purpose of gaining knowledge comes to your rescue. You know what you want and why you want. It can be the other way round. You know why and then you know what.

    Here are 3 easy ways to increase your general knowledge:
    1. Read newspaper daily
    2. Watch/listen news regularly
    3. Take GK Quizzes & tests
    Research has proved that we retain and understand better by watching and listening. Besides reading, you should cultivate a habit of watching the news daily. If you cannot, at least, listen to the news on radio.


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