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Deeksha's mantra to succeed in Karnataka PUC

is a teaching methodology or process that guides and trains students for both the board examinations as well for competitive examinations. The method of teaching, the points to be
covered, the notes to be given, the assignments, the test papers, the feedback and the remediation process are all well structured, documented and followed to ensure that all students experience high quality learning. This teaching methodology is offered in several of our partner institutions in Bangalore, Mysore and Tumkur such as the Deeksha Center For Learning PU College, the Miranda PU College, the
Chetena PU College amongst many others.

Q. What is the eligibility required to study in your centre?

All Class X pass students are eligible to study at partner institutions. There is an aptitude test for students who desire to prepare for the IIT-JEE or AIEEE examinations.

Q. Why do you think girls continued to outperform the boys in Karnataka PU this year?

By nature girls are more organized, meticulous and better prepared for board examinations. Boys by nature are a little impatient, do not write detailed answers and are better prepared for MCQ based
competitive examinations. Interestingly, though the statistics are skewed in the favour of girls in the case of PU board exams, it is usually skewed in the favour of boys in the the case of the CET exam.

Q. How have students in your programs performed in PU exam this year? What are the strategies the students should follow to do well in exam?

Students of Deeksha Integrated have performed extremely well this year with one student securing hundred in Math, Chemistry and Computer Science. Class average in most subjects is greater than 80% and over 90% have secured distinctions and first class.

To do well in the PU board exam the mantra is simple.

1) Understand the concept when it is first taught

2) Prepare and memorize succinct notes

3) Start revisions from January

4) Write at least 5 full length mock tests in each subject.

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