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JHS to city’s first CBSE PU College

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BELAGAVI, May 9: Jain Heritage School (JHS) is all set to start the city’s first CBSE Pre University College from academic year 2017-18 at its present premises in Rani Chanamma Nagar.

It will offer courses in all the three streams viz. Integrated Science, Commerce and Arts.

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jainThe JHS-PU College is affiliated to CBSE- New Delhi and worth to note that CBSE only conducts almost all the competitive examinations after PU II like JEE or NEET so, the student who study at CBSE PU Colleges have more chances to crack the examination like NEET or JEE, stated a press release issued here on Tuesday.

Further, JHS stated that the Institute is equipped with the state-of-the-art sports centre with the facilities of swimming, football, badminton, TT, skating, gymnasium, air-conditioned auditorium and Dance Studio. The classrooms are designed to provide the best education with digital technology. Other facilities like Library and Laboratories are constructed to nourish intellectual skills of PU students. The students will get range of subjects in all streams. The school will provide NEET and JEE coaching from expert faculties to all science students without any extra coaching fees.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Of all the changes and yet no employable graduates to speak of…our educational institutes in Belgian are failing our youth!

  2. For those who are unware of the present PU curriculum of the Karnataka State PU Board. The curriculum has long been aligned with the CBSE curriculum and the syllabus is the same as CBSE. Even the text books recommended by state PU is of NCERT, the same books which CBSE follows. So, as of date there is no difference between the state syllabus and CBSE, in the science stream. Please note.

    • Dear Bro
      The examination pattern of CBSE Science Exam is entire different and Jain is starting With Commerce and Arts also.

  3. GSS and KLE management need to also note and change with times. Students shall be deprived of national level opportunities by only running state syllabus colleges.
    A nimble new entrant is taking the lead and the old established players seem to be losing the plot.

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