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The difference between the successful students who became IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, KAS… officers from others are,
Successful candidates had Clarity about exams, understanding new challenges, changes that happens every year. This helped them in saving the time with right guidance, planning and success.

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WHAT HIMALAI TOPPER SAY ABOUT US

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QUESTION AND ANSWER

Most Common and Important Answer

1. Long term aiming for Highest marks in personality test
2. Cumulative Revision classes and tests
3. Simulation Preparatory examination conducted for stage I Preliminary and Stage II Mains
4. Current affairs classes as per the syllabus of General Studies mains cum Prelims
5. Special Lectures notes for mains GS I, II, III, IV and Optional subject with explanation
6. Unique technique of SPECLLIH method (Social, Political, Economic, Cultural, Linguistic, Local, International, Humanistic) dimension is used for Essay writing
7. Prelims and Mains Topic wise previous year questions answer
8. Prelims and Mains faculties Hand written notes dictation
9. Regular Mock Tests
10. Prelims Wrong multiple choice Questions Answer analysis
11. Prelims Chapterwise basic key concepts multiple choice Questions Answer
12. Prelims Chapter wise Descriptive key concepts multiple choice Questions Answer
13. Prelims Chapter wise Basic facts key concepts Study Materials
14. Prelims Basic descriptive Key concepts study materials
15. RBI, NABARD, SEBI, CSAT problems solving

STAGE -1: PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

General Studies

1.Chapter wise basic descriptive key concepts study materials
2.Chapter wise basic facts key concepts study materials
3.Chapter wise basic descriptive key concepts multiple choice questions answer
4.Chapter wise basic facts key concepts multiple choice questions answer
5.General Studies preliminary paper I topic wise previous year questions answer
6.Wrong Questions answer analysis
7.Faculties handwritten notes dictation based on prelims previous year questions answer and articles from The Hindu news paper
8.Multiple choice questions mock tests on basic key concepts and preliminary paper I General Studies topic wise previous year questions answer
9.Simulation Preparatory examinations in a real examination environment
10.Cumulative revision classes and tests for rote learning as given below: Science → History, Science → Polity, Science, History → Economy, Science, History, Polity →

STAGE -2: PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

Civil Service Aptitude Test

1.English language and comprehension multiple choice questions answer
2.Quantitative Aptitude multiple choice questions answer
3.General mental ability and Reasoning multiple choice questions answer
4.Data interpretation multiple choice questions answer
5.Decision making and problem solving multiple choice questions answer
6.CSAT preliminary paper II topic wise previous year questions answer
7.Faculties handwritten notes dictation based on prelims previous year questions answer
8.Multiple choice questions mock tests on basic aptitude concepts and preliminary paper II CSAT topic wise previous year questions answer
9.Simulation Preparatory examinations in a real examination environment
10.Cumulative revision classes and tests for rote learning as given below: English language and Comprehension → Quantitative Aptitude, English language and comprehension → General mental ability and Reasoning, English language and comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude → ………….

STAGE -2: MAIN EXAMINATION

Civil Service Aptitude Test

1.English language and comprehension multiple choice questions answer
2.Quantitative Aptitude multiple choice questions answer
3.General mental ability and Reasoning multiple choice questions answer
4.Data interpretation multiple choice questions answer
5.Decision making and problem solving multiple choice questions answer
6.CSAT preliminary paper II topic wise previous year questions answer
7.Faculties handwritten notes dictation based on prelims previous year questions answer
8.Multiple choice questions mock tests on basic aptitude concepts and preliminary paper II CSAT topic wise previous year questions answer
9.Simulation Preparatory examinations in a real examination environment
10.Cumulative revision classes and tests for rote learning as given below: English language and Comprehension → Quantitative Aptitude, English language and comprehension → General mental ability and Reasoning, English language and comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude → ………….

STAGE -2: MAIN EXAMINATION

General Studies Paper I, II, III, Ethics

Chapter wise lecture notes as per mains syllabus and previous years questions answer on below given subjects:

1. Modern India
2. Post Independence issues
3. World History
4. Indian Art and Culture
5. Social issues
6. Geography
7. Indian Polity
8. Governance issues
10. International Relations
11. Indian Economy
12. Science and Technology
13. Environment and Ecology
14. Internal Security
15. Ethics Concepts
16. Ethics case studies
General Studies civil services main exam previous year questions answer on Papers I, II, III, Ethics
Faculties handwritten notes dictation based on mains previous year questions answer and articles from The Hindu news paper
Descriptive questions mock tests on General Studies Paper I, II, III, Ethics
Simulation Preparatory examinations in a real examination environment
Cumulative revision classes and tests for rote learning as given below: GS I → GS I, II → GS I, II, III

STAGE -2: MAIN EXAMINATION

Optional subject.
Chapter wise lecture notes as per mains syllabus and previous years questions answer on below given:
Optional: Paper I
Optional: Paper II

1.Optional subject civil services main exam previous year questions answer on Paper I and paper II
2.Descriptive questions mock tests on optional subject Paper I, II
3.Simulation Preparatory examinations in a real examination environment
4.Cumulative revision classes and tests for rote learning as given below: Content I → Content I, II → Content I, II, III →........
Optional subjects:
Sociology, Public Administration, Geography, History, Political Science & International Relations, Anthropology, Psychology, Law, Electrical Engg, Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology, Statistics, Mechanical Engg, Medical Science, Geology, Philosophy, Civil Engg, Economics, Commerce & Accountancy, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary, Management, Agriculture, Literature.

Personality Test
1.Long term aiming for highest marks in Personality test
2.Detailed Application Form filling guidance from Stage -1: Preliminary Examination
3.Knowledge based personality development
4.Helping for knowing subconscious attributes and strengths
5.Short discussions for picking important key points which to be kept in mind
6.Training for narration, scripted speech, role playing
7.Faculties handwritten notes dictation
8.Simulation mock interviews in a real interview environment
9.Cumulative revision mock interviews for rote learning as given below: Detailed Application Form filling → Knowledge based personality development → knowing subconscious attributes and strengths

Simulation Preparatory examination in a real examination environment

1.Getting real time feel of examination
2.Examination based on previous year questions answer
3.Examination consist questions on key concepts and analytical concepts with current affairs
4.Examinations conducted for stage I prelims and stage II mains for all papers and subjects
5.The gate chart and room chart will be pasted on main entry of the centre. It is mandatory to sit on the assigned seats only.
6.Real examination timings followed
7.During the procedure of examination, students have to fill the attendance sheet
8.Results will be published in stipulated time

Current Affairs

1.Compiled notes on current affairs as per GS mains cum prelims syllabus and previous years questions answer
2.Government of India Statistical datas with sources
3.Administrative Reform Commission (Government of India) Report II
4.Sustainable Developmental Goal of United Nations and Niti Aayog
5.Economic survey and budget of Government of India
6.India year book by publications division
7.Press Information Bureau, Ministry of Information Broadcasting, mygov.in and Reuters
8.Yojana and Economic political weekly magazines
9.News on Air, DD news, Sansad TV articles
10.Mann Ki Baat of Prime Minister of India
11.Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defense Studies and Analysis (idsa. in)
12.Observer Research Foundation: ORF
13.Arthapedia

Highest Marks Secured by Himalai Toppers
STAGE - 1: PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
A. General Studies - 146.66
B. Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT) - 151.06
STAGE - 2: MAIN EXAMINATION
A. Essay - 175
B. General Studies - I 131
C. General Studies - II 123
D. General Studies - III 145
E. Ethics- 157
F. Optional Subject
Sociology Paper – I 173
Sociology Paper – II 162
Anthropology Paper –I 171
Anthropology Paper –II 181
Public Administration Paper – I 150
Public Administration Paper – II 164

G. Personality Test - 206
Himalai Toppers record will be future students benchmark for breaking record

Stage I Examinations
I. Aptitude

Aptitude syllabus as per previous year questions answer

1. English

Synonyms, Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks & Cloze Test, Spotting Errors, Sentence Improvement, One Word Substitution, Spelling Test, Parajumbles, Idioms / Phrases, Speeches / Voices,

2. Mathematics

Number system and HCF & LCM, Simplification and Square & Cube Root, Algebra, Average, Percentage, Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Ratio, Proportion, Mixture and Partnership, Time and Work (Pipe & Cisterns), Time, Speed & Distance (Boat and Streams), Mensuration, Trigonometry, Geometry, Data Interpretation.

3. Reasoning Ability

Analogy, Classification, Series, Alphabet test, Coding- decoding, Blood relation, Direction and distance, Time sequence, Number & ranking test, Number Puzzle, Venn Diagram. Mathematical Operation and Arithmetical Reasoning, Sitting Arrangement, Statement & Arguments and Statement & conclusions, Completion of figures & embedded Figures, Counting of figures/ figure formation & analysis, grouping of figures, paper cutting & folding, mirror and water image, visual reasoning, Verbal series and Non-verbal series classification

4. CSAT

Reading Comprehension, Quantitative aptitude, Data sufficiency and data interpretation, General mental ability
II. GENERAL STUDIES
General Studies syllabus as per previous year questions answer
1. ANCIENT INDIA
Indus Valley civilization, Vedic Period, Religious Movement, Mahajanapadas, Foreign Agressions, Maurya, Post Maurya, Sangam Age, Gupta, Post Gupta, History of South India
2. MEDIEVAL INDIA
Delhi Sultanate, Kingdoms of North & South India, Vijayanagar & Bahmani, Religious Reform Movement, Mughal Empire, Sikh & Marathas
3. MODERN INDIA
Later Mughals, Advent of Europeans, British Reforms, Viceroy & Foreign Policy, Revolts 1857 & Peasant Movement, Social Reforms, Freedom Struggle, Revolutionaries
4. INDIAN CULTURE & HERITAGE
Society, Culture and Tradition of India, Indian Architecture, Sculpture & Pottery, Indian Painting, Performing art (Music/Dance/Theatre/ Circus), Language and literature, Philosophy and religion, Historical Places, Fair and Festivals of India, Socio-Religious Movement, Indian cinema, UNESCO’s World heritage list
5. INDIA POLITY
Historical background & making of the constitution, Preamble of the constitution, Union and its territory, Citizenship, Fundamental rights, Directive principles of state policy, Fundamental duties, Amendment of the constitution, Parliamentary system and federal system, Centre state relations and interstate relations, Emergency provisions, President and vice president, Prime ministers, council of ministers and their committees, Parliament and parliament committees, Supreme Court and their activism, Administrative structure and reform, Governor, Chief minister and council of ministers, State legislature assembly and legislature council, High court and district courts, Panchayati raj, Urban local governments (municipalities), Union territories and special areas (scheduled and tribal areas), Constitutional bodies, Non constitutional bodies, Amendment Bill and Acts
6. WORLD GEOGRAPHY
The universe and the solar system, Geomorphology, Climatology,
Oceanography, Biogeography, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia and Oceania, Europe, Largest islands of the world, Rivers and dams of the world, World economic geography, Agriculture and irrigation, Human geography
7. INDIAN GEOGRAPHY
Physiographical regions and geological structure, Drainage system, Climate, Soils, Natural vegetation & environment structure, Irrigation, Agriculture and livestock resources, Mineral & marine resources, Power resources, Industry, Population, Urbanization, Language, Transports, Tribes
8. ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY
Environment ecology, Environment pollution, Renewable energy, Bio- diversity, Climate change and global warming, Agriculture system, Institutions Act and Policies, Environmental issues and health effects
9. ECONOMIC & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Economy of India and outline, National income, Human development, Economic growth and development, Poverty and unemployment, Public finance, Inflation and deflation, Monetary policy of RBI, Financial system stock exchange, infrastructure and banking (banking reform), Fiscal policy, Import and export, Economic planning in India, New economic policies of 1991, Financial inclusion, External sector trade and capital, Industrial sector, Broad sectors, allied sector and food security system, Demographical structure, Power sector, International market and institutions in India economy, Government scheme
10. PHYSICS
Astronomy, Unit of measurement, Motion, Work energy and power, Gravitation, General properties of matter, Wave and wave motion, Heat and temperature, Light, Electricity, Electronics, Radioactivity (radioactive decay), Magnetic and magnetism
11. CHEMISTRY
Matter, Atomic structure, Chemical bonding & chemical reaction, Acids, bases and salts, Classification of elements, Metals, nonmetals and metallurgy, Coal and petroleum, Fuel and flames, Electrochemistry, Air, water, soil and their pollution, Carbon and its compound, Man made materials, Polymers
12. BIOLOGY
Origin of life and living organisms, Cells, Biological evolution (origin of human), Classification of organism, Heredity and inheritance, Human body (system and structure), Respiratory system, Excretory System, Nervous system, Human sense organs, Human circulatory system, Human heart, Skeleton system, Human reproductive system, Human diseases and their treatment, Common drugs, Diseases of domestic animals, Botany related questions, Protein and vitamin (nutrients), Endocrine system
13. SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Energy and neutrino observatory, Nuclear technology, Information technology, Communication system, Space technology, Material technology, Environment technology, Defence, Biotechnology, Public health nutrition & DNA technology, Agricultural technology
14. INTERNATIONAL RELATION & ORGANISATION
Making and origin of the Indian foreign policy, Indian and its neighborhood relations, Bilateral regional and global grouping and agreement, International institutions / organization, Diplomacy (National security, nuclear, economics and cultural),United Nations, Organizations treaties and associations promote disarmament, Cold war/ other wars, Summits meetings conferences
15. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
16. COMPUTERS
17. KARNATAKA HISTORY
Early history and the Shatavahanas, The Kadambas and the Gangas, The Chalukyas of badami, The Rashtrakutas, The Chalukyas of kalyana and the kalachuris, The Hoysalas and the Seunas, The four Acharyas and their teachings, The Vijayanagara empire, The muslim dynasties, the Portuguese, Keladi, mysore, Chitradurga, Yelahanka and Marathas, Modern Mysore, The Nizam, Violent resistance, renaissance and backward classes’ movement, Movement for freedom and unification
18. KARNATAKA ECONOMIC SURVEY
19. KARNATAKA GEOGRAPHY, POLITY

Monday to Friday
Morning batch : 6.30 am to 8.30 am IAS, KAS classes

IAS, KAS MAINS CUM PRELIMS CLASSES
I.Kalyanagar
1. Weekdays
Monday to Friday:7am to 9am
2.Weekend
Saturday:4pm to 7pm
Sunday:10am to 5pm

II.Rajajinagar
1.Weekdays
Monday to Friday:4pm to 6pm
2.Weekend
Saturday:4pm to 7pm
Sunday:10am to 5pm

III.Jaynagar
Weekdays
Monday to Friday: 7am to 9am

KAS PRELIMS CLASSES

I.Kalyan Nagar
1. Weekdays
Monday to Friday:
6.30pm to 8.30pm (English medium)

II.Rajajinagar
1 Weekdays
Monday to Friday:
7am to 9am (English medium)
6.30pm to 8.30pm (Kannada medium)
2. Weekend
Saturday : 4 pm to 7 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm
( English and Kannada medium combined)

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Bhawna IAS Chandan Kumar IAS Binoy KAS
Cheetan KMAS Shakeel Ahmad KMAS Vandana IAS
Jagdish IAS Deepak IAS Satyam Sreevastav IRS
Yogeshmishra IOFS Doreen IFS Shabana IFS
Dileep Kumar IFoS Saloni IAS Kishore KAS
Baskar IRS Sirish Kambli IRPS Vishnuvardhan IPS
Lavanya KSPS Lathasharma KSPS Arvind IAS
Preeti IAS Sameera IAS Anand IPS
Dr. Anitha KSPS Jhanvi KSPS Priyanka IAS
Vijay IPS Reshma IPS Suresh Kumar IAS
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