Important Current Affairs for CLAT,2021, Part-I (All Events of 2020 in detail)

Monday, June 7th, 2021

Important Current Affairs for CLAT-2021 , Part-1

General Awareness is one of the most important sections and it can fetch you some very good marks if you sincerely devote your time to it.  It is not a section that you can ace in 10-15 days.

The best way to work on your General Awareness is by reading newspapers daily or going through weekly news as it will cover your maximum content than going through the monthly or 6 months news.

Here we are providing you with the gist of current affairs from all the newspapers which will save your time and you can devote that time into studying all the relevant Current Affairs from 2020 for CLAT 2021. 

Preparing for CLAT 2021 current affaires & general knowledge

It not so easy and also this section is one of the most important sections to prepare for CLAT 2021. The section contains maximum number of questions and holds highest weightage in the exam. However, keeping a track of the latest happenings around India and the world sometimes seem tricky to students.

Moreover, with the newly introduced comprehension-based questions, the preparation for CLAT Current Affairs & GK section has become even trickier for students.   That is why it becomes imperative for all the aspirants to go through this compendium and cover all the affairs from the year 2020.

Let’s now look at a  snippet from the document below:

Every government laments the absence of world-class universities, without realizing that it is attributable in part to their interventions and the growing intrusion of political processes. Where politics is largely kept out—as in IIT, IIM or the IISc—institutions thrive. Higher education policy-makers must respond to declining AFi scores.

This will also help in making “India a global knowledge superpower”, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal-4 (SDG 4 -Quality Education). Academic freedom is primary because universities are places for raising doubts and asking questions about everything. Exploring ideas, debating issues and thinking independently are essential in the quest for excellence. Now answer the following questions based on the information provided in the passage.

Q.1 What is the maximum value of the Academics Freedom index in which India has scored considerably low with a score of 0.352?
A. 0.5
B. 0.8
C. 1.0: ANSWER
D. 2.0
Q.2 Which of the following institutes have globally published the Academics Freedom Index
(AFI) 2020?
A. Global Public Policy Institute
B. Friedrich-Alexander University
C. V‑Dem Institute
D. All of the above: ANSWER
Q.3 Which of the following countries have topped the Academics Freedom Index (AFI) 2020?
A. Uruguay
B. Portugal
C. Latvia
D. Both A & B: ANSWER


Here we are providing with with a free PDF containing all the  important news affairs from year 2020. Just click on the link below to download the file.