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Who we are?

Pre–University course sets the base for a student for Higher Education. It is a bridge for a student to move across from what he/she is to what he/she wants to be.

There is a national syllabus for Science adopting the same brings our syllabi and our students on par with the national benchmarks. The accessibility options for Higher Education in Science whether Pure Sciences, Medicine, or Engineering for a student of Karnataka increases exponentially.

Generally three streams of studies are followed: Art, Commerce and Science

What is PUC?

PUC is Pre-University Course. It is a 2 Years Course consisting of I PUC and II PUC. Pre-University Courses are introduced by Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE). PUC is a gate way for all professional and UG courses.

PUC with Science Stream

  • PUC with Science is the Gate way to enter into Professional courses like MBBS, Engineering, BPharma, BPT, Homeopathi, Ayurvedic, B.Sc agriculture and other basic life sciences.
  • PUC with Science stream will have combinations of different subjects like
    • PCMB: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology
    • PCMCs: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science
  • PUC with Science stream is a two years course.

PUC with Commerce Stream

  • PUC with Commerce is two year Course
  • PUC with commerce Stream will combination of subjects like:
    • EBACs – Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy and Computer Science
    • EBAS – Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy and Statistics
  • PUC with Commerce is a Gateway to enter into BCom, BBA, BCA and other courses.
  • Commerce also help to peruse their CA and CS course.

PUC at Vidyasanskaar

  • It is a bridge between Degree courses and 10th standard
  • Help the students to choose the subject of their choices.

How Vidyasanskaar will help students?

  • It will reduce anxiety and stress which often builds up if the students are assessed only once through one shot examination at the end of the year.
  • It will result in higher levels of learning due to timely diagnosis of learning gaps and remedial intervention.
  • It will shift focus from need for learning to love for learning.