What is difference between GK and GA?
GK->It means knowledge about wide range of subjects rather then extensive knowledge in particular subject.
It excludes highly specialised learning.
GA->It means knowledge about the present happenings.
Mostly thing which are covered in news about national and international affairs, person or place.
What comes under general knowledge?
Definition: General knowledge is defined by experts as knowledge about a wide range of subjects rather than detailed knowledge of a particular subject. General knowledge also means knowledge of incidents happened in past.
What is GA subject?
“Ga” is used for emphasis, to distinguish a person or thing from all others. If a topic is marked with “wa,” the comment is the most important part of the sentence. On the other hand, if a subject is marked with “ga,” the subject is the most important part of the sentence.
What is General Studies in competitive exams?
GKToday’s General Knowledge Quiz Section comprises of questions on GK, General Awareness in subjects such as Indian History, Polity, Economy, Geography, Environment etc. These questions are suitable for SSC-CGL, NDA, CDS, State PSC Exams and UPSC.
Whats does GS mean?
GS means “Golden Shower” So now you know – GS means “Golden Shower” – don’t thank us. YW! What does GS mean? GS is an acronym, abbreviation or slang word that is explained above where the GS definition is given.
What is full form of GS?
What is the full form of GS ? GS – General Studies. GS – Ground Station. GS – Ground Speed.
Who is the father of GK?
|Branch of Subject||Founding Father|
|» Father of Economics||–||Adam Smith|
|» Father of Biology||–||Aristotle|
|» Father of Sociology||–||Augustus Comte|
|» Father of Modern Computer||–||Marco Polo|
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What comes under general studies?
GS is a vast subject which includes subjects such as Geography, History, Politics, Economics. It also includes General Knowledge and General awareness .
What should I study for general knowledge?
The best newspapers to study General Knowledge include ‘The Hindu’, ‘Economic Times’, and ‘The Telegraph’.
How to study General Knowledge for entrance exams
- Physical Geography.
- Indian and World Geography.
- Indian and World History.
- International Organizations.
- Everyday Science.
- Awards and Honors.
- Indian Economy.
- Indian Polity.