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What is current affairs?

After our beloved lecturer explained well the four windows of the current affairs revolve around us and happening in different field related to environment, social-economic, culture and science-technology. What I understood in this session is that, the four windows of the current affair are related and work together. Whenever we want to know or analyze any conflict or problem in the work, it is much better to use the four windows of the current affairs to understand deeply.

All the types of conflicts or problems that we had before and have now in our world are either cause one of these fourwindows of the current affairs. Moreover, environmental problems are nowadays taking a place in the world. We learn about current affairs based on their importance and impact on our lives. Most of us, find current affairs on environmental issues, of least importance. The global warming issues are becominga well-known matter in the media.On the contrary, environmental education is the most important knowledge which we all should be aware of. It includes, knowledge about the environmental hazards, their impact on us, how we can deal with them and the recent activities to mitigate environmental degradation. In 2012, many new strategies have been introduced by the environment activists to protect our nature.

In additional, current affairs help us to broaden our area of knowledge. An individual with high general awareness level is called an intellectual being. It is an unpredictable world, and many of us fall victims to situations because of our unawareness. With the technological advancements, news is spread like wildfire, even in the remotest areas of India.

In conclusion, as I studied last week current affairs refer to the ongoing activities around us. It can refer to an incident that took place in our country or an event that will be commenced in the near future. It involves all the information about the surroundings we live in and the impact such events can have on our lives.

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