Tuesday, June 23, 2015

KAS mains 2015

KPSC has announced the eligibility list for main examination that is yet to be scheduled. In the mean time the syllabus is new for everyone and it is not even same as UPSC main exam syllabus. There are some topics which need a detailed research since there are no prescribed books for them. Keeping all these points I request every reader to comment here about the books that need to be followed for mains this time.  

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Prelims result by this week end ?

People talking about preliminary result being announced by this week end. It has been already delayed by a month or so, but now it can not go any further. There are many stories about cut-off being low. But nobody is sure of what it might be. Any way hope results comes very soon and students get enough time to read. All the best every one!.

List of books for mains :


Tuesday, May 12, 2015

KAS prelims cut off ?

After nearly 4 years of waiting the aspirants have successfully competed in the current preliminary examinations held on 19th of April. What is going around now is the question on their qualification for the big match  to come. People have already started speculating about the cutoffs in many way.

Here is a way to estimate : Please vote your score here on the left side of the page.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

KPSC-KAS 2014/15

    The news of new notification is been around from past 2 months, KPSC has already changed the syllabus of mains for the next notification. official notification is yet to come, there are speculations that the notification may come before Nov 2014.

   Things have changed from 2011 till 2014, the changes started from change in prelims syllabus in 2011 till change in main exam syllabus in 2014. From now there will be negative marks in preliminary exam as in UPSC. These were the academic changes happened with KAS exam, more than this there were many non academic changes which may change the attitude of people towards the exam.

   This is the right time to start one again seriously, Since 2015 UPSC preliminary is also scheduled in may and both the syllabus are almost inline.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

KPSC gazetted probationers mains exam syllabus changed

On positive side of development,  KPSC has changed syllabus for gazetted probationer mains examination.
The new pattern will have 7 papers carrying 250 marks each along with two qualifying language papers.


Qualifying Paper - I
Kannada Language -150 Marks
This paper is of qualifying nature
2 Hours

Qualifying Paper - II
English -150 Marks
This paper is of qualifying nature
2 Hours

Paper - I : Essays
Essay - 250 Marks
2 Essay 125 marks each
Essay 1 : Topic of International and National importance
Essay 2: Topic of State and local importance


Paper-II : General studies - I
General Studies-I 250 Marks
Section 1 : History and Cultural heritage(India and Karnataka),          2: Social and political prospective 
3: Indian economy planning rural development Data collection and Analysis

Paper-III : General studies II
General Studies -II: 250 Marks
Section 1 : Physical features and natural resources,                 Section 2: Overview Of Indian Constitution,                            Section 3 : Public Administration and Management, International relations



Paper-IV General Studies -III
General Studies -III 250 Marks
Section 1: Role and importance of Science and technology in development of India, Information technology in public domain.        Section 2 : Advancement and modern trends in Natural science, Life science, Agriculture science, Health and Hygiene                      Section 3: Challenges and issues of development on Environment and Ecology

Paper-V General Studies -IV
General Studies -IV 250 Marks
(1. Ethics, 2. Integrity 3. Aptitude)
Marks carried by General Studies was 4X 250=1000

Paper-VI
Optional Subject - Paper 1 -250 Marks

Paper-VII
Optional Subject - Paper II -250 Marks


Total Marks in Main exam = 1750

Interview/Personality Test - 200 marks
  

Grand Total 1950 Marks



New syllabus for main exam 

The pattern is very much similar to UPSC main examination, so the preparation for union and state services are inline from now. Since the syllabus include more generic papers the competition is much fair now and there is not much difference between guys from different stream; even the battle has become flat both for experienced and freshers.

Book for new pattern of  gazetted probationer mains examination are here :



All the best, 

UPSC Prelims result 2014 announced


UPSC has declared the civil services preliminary examination result 2014 through a PIB Press release.
Candidates who appeared for the Union Public Service Commission preliminary exam results exam on  August  24, , 2014 can check their result in the list mentioned in the press note.

http://www.upsc.gov.in/exams/written-results/csp/2014/csp2014finalcopy_Result_Eng.pdf

How to check the result-
The roll no of the candidates eligible to appear for the Mains Exam is available with the above mentioned link. Candidates can obtain information regarding their result by accessing Union Public Service Commission Website www.upsc.gov.in

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Govt urges to postpone UPSC prelims exam till there is clarity on the syllabus



The ruling BJP Govt may form a committee to examine the issue of demand to roll back changes in UPSC syllabus. As per yesterday news Govt has urged to postpone the exam  till there is a clarity on the issue.

Demand to roll back the changes in UPSC prelims

The UPSC aspirants in Delhi are demanding the rollback of the changes made to UPSC civil service exam prelims syllabus in 2011. UPSC has introduces CSAT as second paper for 200 marks from 2011 in prelims paper, though it is a rational positive change aspirants from arts background are demanding to roll back the change.

CSAT paper which has 200 marks has covered only 10th level concepts which do not need any special knowledge training. With the old pattern which had more humanities than CSAT, aspirants from arts background been more compatible than science students. The currents pattern has the balanced syllabus and it covers all the points needed.
The demand though not from all the section of the aspirants got attentions since it is backed by ABVP which is the student wing of ruling BJP.

Lets Assume UPSC

The aspiration for being administrator in Karnataka civil service seems some time not rational, not for all.
The probability of success should be the criteria to start, but the success is multidimensional. It is not just becoming government servants but to learn the basic things that we might have missed in the course of our graduation.

Keeping all the negative points of KPSC away, lets assume we are UPSC as our dream. 

Monday, June 2, 2014

UPSC Civil Service Examination 2014

Vacancies at Union Public Service Commission for Degree candidates. Apply Before 30th June 2014.
Name of the Government Organization: Union Public Service Commission
Union Public Service Commission will hold the examination for various post:
Job Designation: Civil Service Examination
Qualification: Degree of recognized university.
Place of Work: New Delhi
How to Apply: apply online from 31st May 2014 to 30th June 2014.
Last Date to Apply: 30th June 2014
Contact Address:
Union Public Service Commission
Dholpur House, Shahjahan road, New Delhi – 110069
Advertisement Details:http://upsc.gov.in/exams/notifications/2014/csp/CSP%202014%20English.pdf

Monday, May 5, 2014

Excise Sub Inspector ELIGIBILITY LIST for PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST

The Eligibility list of candidates for physical test for Excise sub inspector has been published on KPSC website.

Link : Eligibility List

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

News about KPSC

There were news about Gazetted probationary exam in daily papers today, But the news were vague and each news paper had different version of the story.

Prajavaani News

Vijaya vaani


Saturday, January 25, 2014

RBI moves to curb black money


RBI moves to curb black money:


The Reserve bank of India has  decided to withdraw from circulation all currency notes issued prior to 2005.“From April 1, the public will be required to approach banks for exchanging these notes. Banks will provide exchange facility for these notes until further communication,’’ the RBI said on Wednesday, clarifying that notes issued before 2005 would continue to be legal tender.
“The public can easily identify the notes to be withdrawn as the notes issued before 2005 do not have on them the year of printing on the reverse side,’’ the RBI said.

From July 1, however, those wanting to exchange more than 10 pieces of 500 and 1000 rupee notes in a bank where they do not have an account will have to provide proof of residence and identity. The RBI’s move will have the effect of flushing out black money, according to bankers.

The move will have very good impact on many issues like

1 ) As per RBI the notes printed after 2005 has additional technical features which can control fake currency circulation.

2 ) The move will have effect on black money holders, since they have to submit their notes in banks with valid authentication.

3 ) Since the election is very near, and the black money will have a very huge effect in the elections in India, The move from RBI will have very positive effect on election also.

4 )  The move helps RBI to calculate the money circulation in the country, in-turn to calculate the inflation.

5 ) The move may help out to flush out the fake notes in the circulation.





Having all these positive points, we hope the process gives better for the country economy.

Please post your views in regards this view ..

How KPSC Main exam syllabus may look like ?

UPSC has changed the syllabus for UPSC main examination from 2012. In line to this development KPSC may also change the syllabus of Main examination from the next notification for which we are awaiting.

With the new pattern coming in force from this notification, aspirants have many things new in this pattern.
The new pattern is the level playing game for all the students who are from different streams from their degree.

Good news here is, since it included vast syllabus and since it covers many areas it is same level for both old and new students.