The June 2022 Issue of the Next IAS Current Affairs Magazine (hereafter called ‘The Magazine’), covers news events from 1st May 2022 to 31st May 2022 (hereafter called ‘Coverage Period’). The Magazine has comprehensive coverage of all the topics from current affairs neatly categorized into major sections like Economy, International Issues, Polity & Governance, and so on. In-depth articles in our magazine provide macro coverage of the entire syllabus judicially divided into different themes. It intends to build conceptual understanding of aspirants by making it all-encompassing, incorporating different views and reasoned arguments in favour of or against a position, idea or development relevant for UPSC-CSE. They are typically handled by subject-area experts who can bring in-depth knowledge to a topic. Feature articles cover a wider spectrum of information by catering different sectors and provides microanalysis of important news which are objective, and impartial. The ulterior motive of feature articles is to provide food for thought to aspirants on current affairs related developments. In-shorts section of the magazine incorporates information, which is important for both Mains and Prelims. They are specially curated information covering important points from different news sources, compiled by Team NEXTIAS to suit the demands of the ever-changing and evolving nature of UPSC- CSE. Fact Sheet and Data Recap are to the point, crisp and short notes on different topics pertaining to Current Affairs. The idea is to help the reader get to the main points of a topic quickly. From this month, we have started a new section in our current affairs magazine named “Data Recap” which is a compilation of data-based insights to help our readers develop deeper into the nitty-gritty of any issue.
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