Comprehensive History of India (Part-1 & Part-2) – KNA
History of Ancient, Medieval and Modern India – Dr.K.Sadasiva
Comprehensive Karnataka History – Palaksha
Karnataka Kai Gannadi – Suryanath Kamat
Karnataka Unification History – HS Gopal Rao
Thousand Streams of Freedom Ganga – Ch. Shankar Rao
Constitution of India
Indian Constitution and Politics – PS Gangadhar
Indian Constitution and Politics – HM Rajasekhara
Indian Constitution and Politics – DD Basu
Indian Constitution and Politics – KM Suresh
What is the Salary for India Forest Service Posts? What allowances will be available?
Karnataka and Economic System of India – HRK
Karnataka and Economic System of India – Garani Krishnamurthy
Karnataka and Economic System of India – N.T.Somashekar
Economic Survey of Karnataka and India – 2019 (Government Publication Book)
Latest books related to Economic Survey should be referred.
Karnataka, India and Natural Geography – Dr.Ranganath
1036 Executive Recruitment in Industrial Development Bank: Graduation Qualification
Science and Technology, Mathematics subject
Books by authors Vinodkumar Chavan or G. Hariprasada, books by Maya and Vikeshi or SMV Gold Prakashan may be referred for science, technology.
Jnana-Vijnana Kosha – Navkarnataka Prakashan
Books to read for Maths and Mental Ability
Mental Ability – Chanakya Prakashan or Anjanappa
Annual magazines for general knowledge
The Classic Year Book
Wasson Year Book
Manorama Year Book
Along with these central and state syllabus school books should be read.
Here is the General Paper Syllabus for Group A, B posts conducted by KPSC..
Magazines for current affairs
General English Subject
Practical English Grammar – Gupta
English-Kannada Dictionary – University of Mysore
Kannada- English Grammar – Rangaswamy Belakawadi
Translation Textbook 1, 2, 3 – Belgaum Publications
Learn more books and information for English subject knowledge by contacting coaching buddies.
Kannada and environmental issues
Kannada Sahitya Kosha – Rajappa Dalvai
Kannada Grammar – Araliguppi
Environmental studies – K. Bhairappa (Dream Publishing)
Aspirants must read at least two daily newspapers without fail to write the KAS exam. Do not miss to read editorials especially in newspapers.