HAS Coaching

JOKTA ACADEMY HAS Coaching Institute

Jokta academy, the best coaching institute for HAS coaching in the Chandigarh sector 15-D, was started by keeping in mind the requirement of aspirants who appear in different stages i.e. Prelim, main and interview of HPAS, Allied services and Naib Tehsildar exams.

We provide details and comprehensive classroom study programme which include all modules of general studies, current event and special classes of Himachal general studies.

Himachal general study play an important role in all stages of these exam. It is our pleasure to inform all aspirants that we have written a book, “JOKTA ACADEMY HP. GK” which is helping students to get knowledge about the History, Culture, Economy and social political development of Himachal Pradesh, this book is assisted by annual compilation of Himachal Pradesh economic survey and budget.

Our academy provides regular class room test followed by discussion and constructive feed back to aspirants.

Our dedicated and experienced team is continuously  working and  doing research in order to make this academy  ”The best coaching institute in Chandigarh” where students can easily learn about general studies, Himachal Pradesh general studies, current topics and time to time revised HPAS syllabus and exam pattern.

The Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) conducts the state civil services examination for administrative posts in the state government of Himachal Pradesh and the aiding offices of the state administrative machinery. The Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) invites applications for the HP Administrative Combined Competitive Examination every year.

 

HAS Eligibility Criteria

 

To be eligible for HAS, the candidate must be a citizen of India with minimum age of 21 years and maximum of 35 years. However, there is some relaxation for candidates belonging to categories other than General for HAS. Also, candidates familiar with the Himachal dialects, customs and traditions are preferred over those who aren’t.

 

HAS Exam Pattern

The HAS exam is conducted in 3 stages:

  1. Preliminary Exam,
  2. 2: Main Exam and
  3. 3: Viva-Voce.

 

Pattern for Preliminary Examination

Preliminary Examination has two papers of objective type (MCQs). The questions have Multiple Choice Answers on the following topics.

 

Preliminary Examination Exam Syllabus

HAS exam Paper -I

Includes subjects like General Studies History, Geography, Current Affairs of National and International Importance, Art & Culture, Socio-Economic Development of Himachal Pradesh, Environmental Issues relating to Bio Diversity and Climate Change, Indian Politics and Governance and General Science.

 

Paper -II

Includes subjects like Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability, Decision Making and Problem Solving, General Mental Ability, Interpersonal Skills, Basic Numeracy, Comprehension Based Questions, Data Sufficiency and Data Interpretation of Class 10th level.

 

Pattern of HPAS mains exam

The whole pattern of HPAS mains exam can be divided into compulsory and optional subjects.

 

Micro Level Syllabus Exam Pattern for HAS Summary of the pattern of HPAS (Main) Examination

COMPULSORY PAPERS

Paper-I English –                                                                        100 Marks
Paper-II Hindi –                                                                           100 Marks
Paper-III General Studies – I                                                     200 Marks
Paper-IV General Studies – II                                                  200 Marks
Paper-V General Studies –III                                                   200 Marks
Paper-VI Essay 100 Marks
OPTIONAL PAPER Paper-VII
Paper- I                                                                                     100 Marks Paper-VIII
Paper -II                                                                                    100 Marks
Interview/Personality Test

150 marks

 

 

 

GENERAL STUDIES PAPER NO. I Marks: 200

UNIT—I

         Sub-Unit 1

Historical perspective of Indian Cultural heritage:

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

 

UNIT – II

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

UNIT – III

Sub-Unit 1

 

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

GENERAL STUDIES PAPER NO II Marks: 200

UNIT-I

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

UNIT-II

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

UNIT-III

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

GENERAL STUDIES PAPER NO. III Marks: 200

UNIT-I

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

UNIT II

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3

UNIT III

Sub-Unit 1

Sub-Unit 2

Sub-Unit 3