A New Step towards Innovative Learning 2020-21
In 2020 KPSC as introduced NEW KAS Mains examination pattern by removing optional subject there by reducing KAS mains marks from 1750 to 1250
This will certainly impart a different way of approach in preparation as the Expectation on General studies has increased.
Leave your worries to us, we will help you clearing mains with outstanding scores with the below said features.
KPSC – Karnataka Public service Commission (KPSC) is a government agency of Karnataka state, aimed to make recruitments to various civil services through competitive and departmental examinations
Gazette Probationary Officers - They are executive/managerial level ranked public servants in India. Authority for a gazette officer to issue an official stamp comes from the President of India or the Governors of States.
KAS (Karnataka Administrative service) – Is chiefly known as KAS Exams but indeed its one of the State gazette service, which is more powerful and impactful in comparison to all other services.
KPSC recruits both Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ officers through Karnataka KAS exam. The state commission allots the services according to the ranking obtained by candidates in KAS exam.
KAS Exams will be common for all the above mentioned services, one must appear for the same exams in order to be recruited for any of these services. based on the rank obtained by the candidate in the exam the service will be decided.
|Categories(Minimum 21 Years)||Maximum age||No. Of attempts|
|Category 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B||38||7|
|SC/ST||40||Up to 40 years (Unlimited)|
|Blind, deaf-mute, Ortho- Handicapped||45||Up to 45 years (Unlimited)|
Educational qualification for KPSC exam is a degree from a university established by law in India or possesses an equivalent qualification.
|Subjects||No of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|General Studies related to National and International importance||40||80||2Hrs|
|General studies related to state importance||40||80||2Hrs|
|General science & technology environment & ecology||30||60|
|General Mental Ability||30||60|
|Paper 1||Essay (2Nos. 125 each)||250||3Hrs|
|Paper 2||General studies 1||250||3Hrs|
|Paper 3||General studies 2||250||3Hrs|
|Paper 4||General studies 3||250||3Hrs|
|Paper 5||General studies 4||250||3Hrs|
|KAS Personality Test||200 Marks|
|Grand Total (Mains+ Interview)||1750 Marks|
KAS Interview - 200 Marks
KAS Interview is a test of Personality but not the test of Knowledge and intelligence, KPSC Tests the Personality imparting to the services and allots the marks.
First impressions are the last impressions. Right From the way you walk into the room to how you sit in the chair; your body language is the first thing the interviewers watch out for. It is better that you remain polite throughout the meeting if the environment created by the interviewer seems to be unpleasant. This may be done deliberately to test your patience. While a sense of humor is vital to tackle the interview questions put forth, serious questions asked must be dealt with a serious answer. Just as how the first impression is important, follow the same approach to create a good last impression. A polite thank you and a handshake would be right about enough to close the interview