Krishik Sarvodaya Foundation, # F300, 3rd Floor, New Rajendra Nagar,
New Delhi – 110 060.
The Krishik Sarvodaya Foundation (R) is a charitable Registered Trust. Former Chairman of Karnataka Public Service Commission, Dr. Y.K. Puttasome Gowda, IAS Retd., along with few service minded officers, professionals and philanthropists and others formed the trust in 1992. with its HQ at Bangalore. The trust has been expanded to Mysore, Mandya, , Hassan, Tumkur, Kodagu, Thirthahalli and New Delhi. The trust is in existence since last 23 years.
Aims and Objectives of KSF:
Career guidance to educated youth and facilitate employment. Conducts coachin g and guidance programs for the central and state civil services and other services. Establishment, support of fellowships, scholarships, maintenance and support to libraries, Hostels, KSF, New Delhi Branch was inaugurated was started at the instance of Dr.Y.K.Puttasome Gowda,IAS® and Sri.T.Thimme Gowda,IAS® in the graceful presence of his Holiness Sree Sree Sree Nirmalanadanatha Swamiji of Adichunchanagiri mutt on 09.09.2007.
The main objective is to provide guidance and support to all the candidates coming from Karnataka irrespective of caste, creed and religion.
1. Publicity for KSF services throughout Karnataka by contacting Universities, colleges and through Web.
2. Providing information on Coaching Institutes, public Libraries, Accommodation facilities at New Delhi.
3. Web – enabled interactions among aspiring candidates.
4. To maintain Database of Civil Services aspirants coming from Karnataka.
5. To identify the Senior Civil Service Officers serving in Delhi and utilize their services as resource persons to the best possible manner even by requesting them to be mentors for few candidates right through their preparations.
6. Organizing orientation programmes, mock interviews and motivation sessions to build Confidence amongst the Civil service aspirants who have come for coaching/attending personality test at UPSC.
Achievements of New Delhi Branch since 2007-2014
Our efforts helped candidates in instilling confidence through interactive session with Senior Civil Service Officers in the month of November on the occasion of Karnataka Rajyotsava Day. Also benefitted the Civil Services Main passed candidates through Mock – interviews. This is ver popular amongst candidates. More than 200 candidates have come out successfully from 2007 onwards which is showing marked increase from year to year sta rting from 6 on 2007 and 60 candidates in 2014 serving in various parts of the country in various central government departments.