Government college proves competitor for pvt institutions

The district has a few government colleges that stand tall amidst the long list of private colleges, which are fast growing in popularity among the local student community.

The Government Pre-university College, on BH Road in the City, is one such institution, known for its ‘high quality’ of facilities for students, including professors and laboratories. The college has the conventional Arts, Commerce and Science sections for the pre-university courses and also has both English and Kannada medium of education in the Commerce section.

Of the courses, the college has facilities for combinations of History-Economics-Political Science-Sociology (HEPS), History-Economics-Geology-Political Science (HEGP) and History-Economics-Sociology-Kannada (HESK). That hundreds of students are getting admission, year after year, is a matter of pride for the college.

Teaching staffFor the educational front too, there are 35 lecturers, while for the Science course, there is a well-equipped laboratory, which proves extremely attractive for aspirants in the field.

Students from nearby villages, from financially backward families in the City, from the Siddaganga Mutt Hostel and from neighbouring districts too queue up in large numbers for admission to the PU College.

The college has declared Rs 1,892 as the admission fees for the general category students to the I PU Science course, Rs 1,052 for backward class students, Rs 385 for SC/ST Category 1 and girls. 

In the Arts and Commerce sections, the students in the general category have to pay Rs 1,406 for admission, backward class students have to pay RS 902 and SC/ST students and girls have to pay Rs 385.

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