IIFT is an MBA Entrance Exams. It is conduct by Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. Candidates who pass the IIFT Cut Off will be given the chance to pursue MBA in India.
General Knowledge is a dynamic discipline. It is continuously evolving. Yet, there is a part of GK which remains constant. Accordingly, for the sake of differentiating between the two, GK can be said to comprise of:
Static GK covers areas which remain constant over time. Such areas include:
Science and Technology
Indian Political System and Constitution
The best way to prepare for the Static part of GK is to read up regularly and try to retain anything that is of importance and is fixed.
Current GK covers areas that are constantly evolving and being updated. This is the dynamic part of GK. As it is ever changing, it is wise to keep yourself updated on the happenings in India and the world in the last one year.
People in News
The best way to keep yourself updated on Current happenings is to absorb everything that is making news, from more than one source of news, such as newspapers, TV and internet.
To better understand the kind of questions to be expected in the GK section, you must attempt a few Mock Tests.
They will give you an idea about the questions, about the time you need to spend on each question, as also about the areas you need to revise.
The GK section can help you increase your accuracy levels.
As there is no calculations involved, either you know the answer or you don’t. There is very little chance of confusion.
Important committees, people in news and so on.
Important Logos and punchlines
Books and authors