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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            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.



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.




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.




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.

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