RTE admission for 2020 has started. The right of the child to free and compulsory education in 2009 is popularly called the RTE Act. The Act is designed to provide 25% free seats in the private unaided schools for the children from the disadvantaged section of society. The fee money is reimbursed by the state […]
Education in Karnataka
Karnataka is known for its well-structured educational system. With a high total literacy rate of 75.60%, this state is also famed for recruiting a maximum number of teachers in all levels of education. In Karnataka, there are three types of schools, government schools, government-aided schools and unaided private schools.
English and Kannada are the two main instruction mediums in most of these schools. The syllabus taught in schools can be CBSE, ICSE, NIOS or state syllabus. After completing secondary education students take the SSLC test for getting admission in two years long Pre-University Course. The Karnataka Examination Authority holds a Common Entrance Test for admissions in major undergraduate courses such as Engineering, Medical, Dental and Technology.
Karnataka also has several reputed institutions for higher education such as Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Management, National Law School of India University and Indian Institution of Technology (IIT), Dharwad. Read more about Education in Karnataka.
Is homeschooling gaining popularity in Karnataka? Why more and more parents prefer homeschooling? Let’s find out It’s been months since students heard the school bell signal the end of the day. Many worried parents have started exploring the idea of homeschooling their little ones. While some worry about when schools will reopen, others are wondering […]
Private colleges in Karnataka fear that the upcoming session may see a drop in students from outside the state. Dental courses are expected to be the worst hit with a number of undergraduate and post-graduate seats already being left empty. Incidentally, Karnataka has the highest number of government and private medical colleges. The management quota […]
Looking for online resources for II PUC (Pre University) preparations?Here are top 5 websites that offer free online courses and resources. As we all now, education has moved outside the classrooms and onto digital computer screens. Even after the lockdown ends, classrooms may not be as they were earlier. The good news is that there […]
Just because schools and college are shut doesn’t mean that students should suspend their scholastic journeys. With over 1.5 billion children home bound, education has gone online and here is a list of online classes during lockdown. All you need to do is download the online class apps and start free lessons. According to the […]
For students the COVID-19 outbreak hasn’t just put life on pause mode, it has derailed their plans for the future. Exams have been postponed and college entrances have been put on hold. The Karnataka government has recognized these difficulties and launched an initiative- GetCetGo- to help students registered to give the CET and NEET entrance […]
Do you want to know how many Bangalore students abroad? Here are some interesting data. There are many reasons why Indian students choose to go abroad for higher education. Students travel to different countries from all over India. Recent data released by an educational consulting firm showed that the Bengaluru is home to the second-highest […]
The first thing students who fail the Pre-University exam should know is that passing an examination should not determine their self-worth. There are many reasons why students may not have passed the exam and students can take the II PU Supplementary Exam. This exam is conducted by DPUE (the Department of Pre-University Education). New NEET […]
ComedK exam is held by all professional engineering and medical colleges in Karnataka for management seat. The timetable for comedk 2017 has been announced
In order to identify talented students and to award them with scholarships, the National Council of Research and Training (NCERT) initiated National Talent Search Scheme (NTSS) in 1963. In the beginning, it was confined to the union territory of Delhi and in the year 1964, the scheme was extended every state across the country and […]