KAS

KARNATAKA ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (KAS)

What does Jnanagangothri give?

  • Coaching for Prelims
  • Coaching for Mains
  • Study Material
  • Test Series
  • Interview training and mock interviews
  • 24 Hr library facility

 

Batch timings- 10am. to 4pm. . In choosing the Optional subject, JNANAGANGOTHRI plays a pivotal role. As this examination is of practical purposes, aptitude papers of some common subjects are given, wherein, the aspirant answers off-hand where the real interest is made evident. Training begins then.

 

Pattern of Test Series:

  • Total syllabus is divided into 12 equal units.
  • Syllabus of each unit with bibliography references shall be given one week before.
  • After 7 days tests will be conducted according to the given syllabus.
  • Each student is allotted a register number and only two are allowed to sit in a bench.
  • Answers are to be marked on the OMR sheets, which is a replicate of the original examination.
  • The immediate above two factors add to the student getting a serious feel and environment of the examination.
  • After the test, scores will be announced immediately, followed by discussion of each question.
  • Finally the hard copy of explanatory answers will be given to each student in Kannada/ English as per the students’ requirement.
  • Following the similar pattern, 12 exams will be conducted which are designed to cover entire syllabus.
  • After unit-test many comprehensive tests shall be conducted with entire syllabus.

Mains Examination is made more meticulous with the minute detailing of every aspect like that of hand- writing and presentation too. Regular tests on every unit are a common feature.

Personal Interview will be handled very carefully with a training session, internal mock- interviews followed by external mock- interviews, where panel members come from all walks of life, reassuring the success of the aspirant.

Thus success is just a Jnanagangothri away!
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KARNATAKA ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

            Any Civil Service fetches a coveted post, along with a bigger moral and social responsibility to be delivered properly. It is a big deal to do anything else along with that. It requires a minimum time of one full year's dedicated and focused preparation. A group-study is what is preferred where discussions and interactions help much than a mere book content. A common sense of correct contextual response is expected than collection of information. Wisdom is necessary more than knowledge.

 

PATTERN OF EXAMINATION

The examination is conducted in 2 phases of PRELIMINARY and MAINS. Mains Examination consists of Written as well Personal Interview.

1st PHASE:

Preliminary Examination: 2 Papers of objective Type – 200 marks - each paper with 100 questions, each carrying 2 marks; with a negative score of 0.50 on each wrong answer; duration – 2 hours each paper.

 

COURSE CONTENT:

 

After attaining eligibility in this examination, Mains Written examination will be scheduled. This includes 7 papers with 2 Compulsory Papers which are of qualifying nature only.

Compulsory Papers are of ENGLISH and KANNADA – 150 marks each Paper which is not considered for ranking, but essential to gain eligibility for the Personal Interview.

 

OTHER PAPERS:

 

All the above said papers are of Descriptive nature, which should be penned in the word limit specified in the space provided in the question- cum – answer booklet.

After qualifying in the above Phase, Personal interview should be attended.