For creating a KAS preparation strategy, understanding topics in the KPSC syllabus play a key role. Also, referring to previous year KAS question papers is essential.
Considering the KAS exam pattern, it is a popular KAS exam preparation strategies is to start preparing for KAS mains syllabus along with KAS prelims. This ensures the complete coverage of KAS exam syllabus within the limited period of time.
There are 7 subjects other than Karnataka related subjects and KAS current affairs. Few subjects which include are history, geography, economy, polity, general science and more. Also, apart from theoretical knowledge knowing the current happenings in Karnataka and India is of high importance.
Himalai IAS KAS coaching classes exclusive KAS current affairs and KAS study material will be a useful resource for your KAS preparations.
|KAS Current Affairs||National and International Importance|
|Humanities||History of India – Emphasis shall be on the broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic, cultural and political aspects with a focus on Indian national movement with special emphasis on Karnataka.|
|Geography||World Geography and Geography of India with a focus on Karnataka.|
|Indian Polity and economy||The country’s political system, rural development, planning and economic reforms in India‐ sustainable development, poverty alleviation, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.,|
|KAS Current Affairs||State importance and important State Government programmes|
|General Science and Technology||Environment & Ecology‐contemporary developments in science and technology and their implications including matters of everyday observations and experience, as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline general issues on Health, environmental ecology, biodiversity and climate change that do not require subject specialization.|
|General Mental Ability||Comprehension, Logical reasoning,and Analytical ability, Decision making, problem-solving, Basic innumeracy (numbers and their relations, the order of magnitude etc.,) and data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc.,|