The key here is to raise the rpm to 2.5k and be in between 2k-3k rpm(on steep inclines you have to slip clutch there's no supplement to it) till the car starts to move and most importantigly don't panic. (There's no point revving till 4k or above 3k the car doesnt generate enough torque at that rpm it does that between 2k-3k band where the torque curve is almost completely flat and enough to pull even a car double the weight and never burry the pedal completely to floor all it does is make fuel mixture too rich casuing more problem in climbing) Best way to learn driving in hills is sitting next to a bus driver in hills and see how he shifts and pulls away after stopping. In simple terms let me explain 1. Engage Handbrake and dump clutch pedal to floor and rev to 2.5k rpm. 2. Slowly release the clutch pedal till a point you feel car struglling stop there make sure rpm is above 2.5k rpm. 3. Now release handbrake and clutch(dont release clutch completely) together in great synchronization quickly and give acc pedal input as necessary to keep rpm above 2k rpm as the car starts moving and gathers a pace leave clutch completely.