The college offers following streams and courses under the Pre- University :
|Science Stream -:|
|Core Subjects||– Physics , Chemistry and Mathematics|
|Optionals||– Biology or Computers or Electronics|
|Commerce Stream -:|
|Core Subjects||– Accountancy, Business Studies and Economics|
|Optionals||– Computers or Statistics|
|Language II||– Kannada or Hindi
In all , a student studies 6 subjects ( both in 1st and 2nd PUC) comprising of English, three core subjects, one optional and one language.
From the academic year 2012-13, the Pre University Board of Karnataka has revised the Physics/Chemistry/Math and Biology syllabus and upgraded it to CBSE level by introducing the concept based /user friendly NCERT text book and work book for the science students. This upgradation is to enable the Medical and Engineering aspirants of Pre University to be on par and compete at the unified National level Entrance Exam(NEET),which the Government proposes to implement from 2013 .The Board is also in the process of revising the syllabus for commerce students.
Exam and Assessment:
To increase conceptual understanding and to reduce stress on students, the Government has introduced a new scheme of evaluation-CCE, a continuous assessment system which runs through the year, with due percentage of marks of each assessment being added to the final examination. A full 10 marks is allotted for attendance in each subject, leading to improved attendance and higher scores.
Distinction – 510 /600 and above ( 85% & above)
1st Class – 360 to 509
2nd Class – 300 to 359
Every year from the month of January, we attend to admission enquiries.Regular admissions take place as per the rules laid down by the Government. Applications are either downloaded from the Government site or obtained from the college as soon as SSLC results are announced and submitted with the internet/duplicate copy of the marks. Selected students merit list with cut off marks and reservation allocation is displayed on the college notice board.School Toppers and meritorious students are considered for scholarship and fee concessions.