Pearson Education India is a world-renowned book publishing organization with its head quarter at London, United Kingdom. The organization has its offices spread across all over the globe. In a recent event, Pearson has launched a new book authored by Showick Thrope. The book ‘The Pearson Current Event Digest 2015-16’ is based on the latest syllabus of various competitive exams conducted in India each year.
This book brings latest, detailed and comprehensive information on current events, Indian politics, sports and various other events, which are occurring in the country. The book covers entire topics related to general awareness, which are mainly required in CDS, NDA, SSC, Banking and various other competitive exams. Candidates aspiring for the competitive exams failed to qualify such exams due to very limited knowledge of day-to-day happenings. Candidates often face a considerable challenge in preparing for general awareness section of such exams, based mostly on current events. Going through various books, keeping track of daily newspapers becomes a tough job for such aspirants.
However, keeping in mind such difficulties faced by the candidates, ‘The Pearson Current Event Digest 2015-16’ include all such major events happening nationally as well as internationally. During the launch of the book, Vice President of Higher Education & Test preparation, Pearson India, Mr. Vikas Singh said, “Pearson India is committed to offer high quality, comprehensive education material to the students in India.”
Adding to his speech, he further stated that the book would surely help lot of aspirants as it is based on the latest approach of competitive examination which is not provided in other general knowledge books available in the market.
The book published by Pearson India is now available in the market at only Rs 180. The officials of Pearson India has kept the price of this book in under an affordable range compare to other competitive books available in market owing the financial conditions of majority of candidates in the country who might face difficulty in buying an expensive book.