KPSC Group 1 Syllabus State Services Exam
KPSC Group 1 Syllabus State Services Exam
Karnataka Public Service commission has released the official recruitment notification for 401 posts of Group-A & B Services. Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) has released and notified syllabus & exam pattern for upcoming Prelims and Main exam of KPSC. Applicants who applying for the Karnataka Civil services (PCS) first one is Prelims examination (objective) and primary exam (Written) will have KPSC Group A & B Syllabus & Exam Pattern. KPSC Group A & B Syllabus is vast and needs to be examined carefully before making notes.
KPSC Syllabus for Group A & B is very important for doing preparation well for the exam. Lack of knowledge for the syllabus is the main cause to face failure in Examination. Applicants may start their preparations with the help of KPSC Group A & B Exam Pattern and score good marks.
Phase I: KPSC Syllabus for Group 1 for Preliminary Exam
The preliminary examination of KPSC PCS will comprise of objective type questions. KPSC PCS Prelims will be qualifying in nature. The applicants will be given multiple choices for each question. There will be two question papers with 100 questions each, 2 marks is allotted for each questions i.e. total marks assigned for the preliminary examination is 400. The duration of the examination will be 4 hours. This Examination is meant to serve as a screening test only and the marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination by the Candidates, who are declared qualified for admission to the Main Examination, will not be counted for determining their final order of merit. You can also download the APPSC Syllabus for Group 1 for prelims in the pdf form.
KPSC Group 1 Syllabus for Prelims Exam:
GS Paper I
- Important current events of National and International level.
- Humanities History of India- refer the topic it s multi-level aspects like social, economic, cultural and political aspects with the specs of Indian National Movement through special prominence on Karnataka.
- Geography India with a special attention on Karnataka and World Geography
- Indian polity and Economy including Indian Political system, rural development, Planning and economic reform in India, sustainable development, demographics, poverty allegation etc.
GS Paper II
- Important current state events and State Government Programs
- General Science & Technology, Environment & Ecology- recent innovations in Science and Technology.
- General Mental Ability- Comprehension, Logical reasoning and Analytical ability, Decision Making, Problem solving, Basic numeracy (numbers and its relation, order of magnitude etc.) and data interpretation like charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. (class X/SSLC level)
Phase II: APPSC Syllabus for Group 1 for Mains Exam
For the Written Examination, there are basically five papers in KPSC Main Examination is of Essay, General Studies Paper 1, General Studies Paper 2, General Studies Paper 3, General Studies Paper 4 and Optional Subject two papers. Total marks assigned to Written Examination is 1750. The applicants will have to qualify English and Kannada paper which is of 150 marks each. The marks obtained in the Mains Examination by the Candidates, who are declared qualified for admission to the Interview Test. You can also download the KPSC Syllabus for Group 1 for mains in the pdf form.
KPSC Mains Examination Syllabus:
General Studies Syllabus
- Modern History of India and Indian Culture with special reference to the History and Culture of Karnataka.
- Current events of State, National, and International importance.
- Statistical Analysis, Graphs, and Diagrams.
- Indian Polity with special reference to the state of Karnataka.
- Indian Economy and Geography of India with Special reference to Karnataka Economy and Karnataka Geography.
- The role and the impact of Science and Technology in the development of Karnataka and India.
- Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Sciences and Fisheries
- Civil Engineering
- Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Co-operation, and Sericulture
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Political Science & International Relations
- Public Administration
- Rural Development & Co-operation