Manorama Yearbook webinar on India's internal security for UPSC aspirants

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Matters of internal security, included in the General Studies Paper III, add to some of the most important topics for the UPSC Civil Services Examination. Although the weightage varies, questions related to these are invariably asked for Prelims, Mains and Personality Test every year. It is mostly linked with current affairs.

Any candidate preparing for the Civil Services should, therefore, have in-depth knowledge about matters related to the internal security of the country. One needs to understand how the various security forces and law enforcement agencies function and tackle the challenges; how poverty, lack of development and unemployment lead to extremist activities; how public order is maintained peacefully, etc. Besides, there are issues related to cybersecurity and cyber warfare. 

To help aspirants in their preparation, Manorama Yearbook Online is organising a free live webinar on ‘Perspectives on Internal Security’. The session, ninth in the series of webinars hosted by YB Online, will be presented by Dr Vaibhav Saxena IPS, Additional Assistant Inspector General of Police (Kerala Police Headquarters), on August 8, at 5 pm.

To register, visit https://bit.ly/2DxwQpo or dial 808 6078 808.

Manorama Yearbook Online is a platform exclusively for UPSC Civil Services aspirants. The content includes 50 mock tests, daily current affairs, quizzes and videos that help users prepare for exams. The daily updates complement the wealth of information available in the print version of the Yearbooks.

Visit: www.manoramayearbook.in

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