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Our Collective Values
Trust and respect for individuals
We work together to build a trust, respect and dignity for all students, staff, faculties and other stake holders.

Achievement
We strive for excellence in all we do; each student, staff and faculty contribution is critical to our success.

Results through teamwork
We effectively collaborate, always looking for more different and better ways to serve our students.

Uncompromising integrity
We are open, honest and direct in our activities.


Our Objectives
Student's loyalty
We earn students respect and loyalty by consistently providing results in IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS, KAS.

Service
We fulfill commitment for present students and we help previous batch students in any time and any place. Our service is extended to any student, anywhere in India who is writing Main exam and preparing for personality test.

Growth
Every year we are increasing our results in new place and new people.

Leadership
We lead the India by providing honest help for working executives, housewives who are aiming for big goal in available time.

Leadership quality
We develop Indian administrators who protect their parents, who help their poor brothers or sisters (if they have) and serve poor people other than their relatives in any place on Earth.

Indian citizenship
We fulfill our responsibility to Indian society by making Indian Administrators and providing employment to middle class educated youths and committed faculties.

Stages In Indian Civil Service Examination

Stages I: Preliminary Examinations
  • General Studies
    • History of India and Indian National Movement
    • Indian Polity and Governance
    • General Science
    • Economic and Social Development
    • India and World Geography
    • Environment And Ecology
  • CSAT
    • Comprehension
    • Interpersonal skills including communication skills
    • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
    • Decision making and problem solving
    • General mental ability.
    • Basic numeracy ( Class X level), data interpretation (Class X level)
    • English language comprehension skills ( Class X level)
Note: Prelims is a qualifying paper, the marks obtained are not accountable for RANKING

Stages II: Main Examination
MAINS Syllabus (New Changes In Mains Syllabus-2013-14):
  • This time there will be four papers of General Studies each carrying 250 marks, one optional paper (250 + 250 marks)"
Language Papers to be Qualifying in nature:
  • Paper-I : English - 300 marks
  • Paper-II : Any one Indian Language - 300 marks
  • Papers to be counted for merit: Marks

    Paper I : Essay

    250 marks

    Paper II : General Studies-I (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society)

    250 marks

    Paper III : General Studies -II (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)

    250 marks

    Paper IV : General Studies -III (Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)

    250 marks

    Paper V : General Studies -IV (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude)

    250 marks

    Paper VI : Optional Subject - Paper 1
                      Optional Subject - Paper 2

    250 marks
    250 marks

Stages III:
  • Interview (Personality Test)
    • Indeed, civil's selections of candidates goes with the gauge of Personality analysis; its neither a test of your knowledge nor a test of your subjective ability, hence its just a test of your personality. The personality of an individual is a reflection of his various traits
  • How to prepare for interview..
    • An Attitude of positive expectations are the mark of superior personality, your unique no can replace you Thus, Remain the same..
    • Thus a good show in the interview can push your ranking to a higher level. This can very well be the difference in qualifying/not qualifying or getting a service of your choice.

Stages In Karnataka Administrative Service Examination

Stages I: Preliminary Examinations
  • General Studies
    • Paper I
    • Paper II

Stages II: Main Examination
Qualifying Papers:
  • Kannada
  • English

Papers to be counted for merit:
  • Paper I : Essay Two Essay (Kannada/English)
    • Eassay I : Topic of International/Nation Importance
    • Eassay II: Topic of State Importance/Local Importance
  • Paper II : General Studies-I
    • History & cultural Heritage (India & Karnataka)
    • Social & Political Prespective
    • Indian economy, Planning Rural Development
    • Data collection, Analsis Interpretation
  • Paper III : General Studies-II
    • Physical Feature & Natural Resource
    • Overview of Indian Constitution
    • Public Administration
  • Paper IV : General Studies-III
    • Role & impact of science &technology
    • Advancement & modern trends in Natural science, life science, Agriculture, health & hygine
    • Challenges & Issues of Development on ENVIRNOMENT & ECOLOGY
  • Paper V : General Studies-IV
    • Ethics, Integrity, Aptitude
  • Paper VI : Optional Subject
    • Paper 1
    • Paper 1I

STAGE III : INTERVIEW (personality test)

OUR VISION

To be a value driven National-level Institute and model of excellence leading our peers in Civil Services Exams. We also envision and endeavor to produce integrity-driven individuals who benefit humanity/society in the long run.
Himalai’s perspective is to focus on Education, Respect, Recognition, Power and Innovation.

MISSION STATEMENT

The HIMALAI’s mission is to educate and nurture students, to create knowledge and to provide service to the society at a large. Committed to excellence and proud of the diversity of our Institute’s family, Himalai strives to develop future leaders for our nation and the world. A healthy dose of learning combined with rewarding life-long career with the foundation of ethical citizenship and with a commitment to serve the community, the HIMALAI is always bonding with the Civil services-Bureaucrats.

FACILITIES

  • All corners of Bangalore – 20 Branches
  • Mysore – Hubli – Mangalore – Davangere
  • National Capital Territory of Delhi
  • Morning – Afternoon – Evening – Weekend
  • Class Timings as per working Executives, Students, House wives
  • Revision Classes
  • Special Classes
  • Weekly Tests
  • Preparatory Examinations
  • Mock Interviews
  • Weekly Materials
  • Question papers in Blogs
  • Continuous support for previous batch students
  • Personal Support upto student entering UPSC
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