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EDUSHRINE ACADEMIC SERVICES PVT. LTD. is a renowned master for competitive examination coaching and training at Secondary and Higher Secondary levels. It was founded in 2015 by the educationist Mr. Kiran Sidde, out of the zeal to impart Rationalistic Education.

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Freequently Asked Questions

1) What is the difference between PUC-I & II and Class XI & XII?
If it is the question of syllabus, after 2012 both are same. Qualifying examination is conducted by Karnataka PU Board in case of PUC and by CBSE board in case of Class-XI & XII. CBSE Board examination contains more application and skill based questions and is relatively tougher. While PU Board examination contains more Knowledge and understanding based questions and is easier.
2) What are the various courses available for students at PUC level?


NOTE: Out of these courses most of the PU Colleges commonly offer you first three.


NOTE: Most commonly chosen courses from above are ABMS, SEBA, ABCS

3) How to decide which course to choose in PUC?
Before deciding which course to take up in PUC a student has to first decide which degree he/she is planning to pursue after PUC. With no clear aim or proper career planning student is going to misuse or sometimes disuse two very valuable years of PUC. Note: With PUC Science as qualification, you can pursue any commerce or humanities degree. Whereas, with PUC commerce/humanities you cannot pursue any science degree. Engineering Aspirants: We suggest you to take PCMC or PCME preferably. This is because the fourth subject (Computer science/Electronics) requires relatively lesser effort and students will get more time to focus on PCM to score better in engineering entrances and join one of the best colleges in the country. However, with PCMB, there will be more options in graduation and post graduation. More alternative routes to plan the career. If student is confident to balance the sailing on two boats, he/she can take PCMB. Nevertheless to become engineer, eligibility criterion is 10+2 with PCM as the compulsory options in PUC. There is no regulation on which fourth optional subject you study. Medical Aspirants: Those who dream to become doctor should necessarily take PCMB. To become doctor eligibility is 10+2 with PCB as the optionals. This implies that every PU science student who studies PCMB is eligible for both medical and engineering entrances. If your aim is pretty clear with medical and paramedical courses or any biological fields in graduation, you can focus only on PCB for entrances and mathematics for board. If you wish to attempt both medical and engineering, you should practice entrances in all the four subjects. This obviously demands more time and dedication towards studies. Note: In our Karnataka CET, four subjects PCMB are conducted in different time slots for two days. You can attempt all the four subjects. Based on PCM Score, Engineering rank and using PCB score medical rank are announced. Pure Sciences (B.Sc./BS-MS) Aspirants: Unless you study PUC you would not know which science subject would really fascinate you to be taken up for further studies. Hence we would suggest you to take up PCMB so that you will have more options to take up in degree. Chartered Accountancy (CA) Aspirants: In fact, to attempt CA the eligibility criterion is just 10+2 with any optional subjects (from any of the streams science, commerce, humanities). However, since the subjects in CA are commerce related, it is suggested to take up ABMS or ABES (Pursuing Basic Maths will always be helpful). PU syllabus should be studied with clarity of thought knowing practical implications behind every concept to build foundation for CA. After PUC, registration with ICAI (Institution for Chartered Accountants in India) and preparing for CA-Foundation will be initial steps towards this dream. Note: With CA preparation a student can also attempt CS (Company Secretary – Conducted by ICSI), CMA (Cost Management & Accounting – Conducted by ICWAI) Examinations.
4) What is the difference between KCET & JEE; JEE-Mains & JEE-Advanced?
With eligible rank in KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) a student can join B.Tech/BE courses in any of the engineering colleges of Karnataka. JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is to give you access to NITs (National Institutes of Technology) and IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) both of which are institutes of National Importance. In JEE there are two series of tests. JEE-Mains is the entrance test for joining B.Tech in NITs and also an eligibility test for JEE-Advanced. First 10% rankers of JEE-Mains will be shortlisted to write JEE-Advanced. With an eligible rank in JEE-Adv, a student can join B.Tech in IITs. Note: Renowned deemed universities like BITS (Birla Institute of Technology & Science) conduct their own entrance for admission into B.Tech/BE courses. Thus, most prominent entrances an engineering aspirant can write at the end of II PUC are JEE-Adv, JEE-Mains, BITSAT, KCET, COMED-K.
5) What are the entrances medical aspirants can appear?
KCET and COMED-K for joining MBBS/BDS/Veternary/B.Sc. Agriculture in Karnataka.

AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical Test) – 15% merit seats in MBBS and BDS in India.

AIIMS-MBBS Entrance for joining MBBS in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, Rishikesh

JIPMER-MBBS Entrance for joining MBBS in Jawaharlal Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry.

6) What is an integrated Coaching Programme?
Training students simultaneously for board examinations as well as entrance examinations. This is how an integrated coaching programme has to function.

The lecturer who is experienced in teaching entrance examinations should teach from the fundamental of the chapter and for both board exams and entrances.

Separate classroom practice should be given simultaneously for board and entrances.

Tests should be conducted in both subjective (for board) and objective (for entrances) patterns.

Regular analysis of performance should be done to diagnose strengths and weaknesses of students to help them best cope up with the programme.


Since same teacher teaches from fundamentals to advanced concepts, there will be sequential building of concepts.

Since it is a single institution for both preparations, physical stress of travelling is reduced.

Learning at two different places confuses student due to different approaches towards the same concept. Also revision becomes difficult since two different concepts will be taught simultaneously. Such confusions are avoided in integrated programme.

Mental stress will be lesser as separate exam schedules and time slots are given for board and entrance tests in same premises. In case of two institutions there is always chance for overlapping of tests and classes and demands sacrifice of anyone.

Student gets ample time do self-revision at home.

7) What is the eligibility criterion for a student to undergo integrated coaching programmes?
Constructive career planning, good grasping skills, Determination to achieve targets and dedication towards learning at every step of academic activities are the basic qualifications.

If we have to measure quantitatively in terms of Class-X percentage, any student who scores 75 to 80% can easily cope up with integrated programmes provided he/she develops the qualities mentioned above.

8) Will students be able to manage so many tasks in so many subjects at a time?
It should be obvious that a student should have taken up integrated coaching only when he/she has a highly ambitious career. So, they should be able to dedicate majority of their time into this and give lesser importance to entertainment during these two years.

However, through rationalistic approach in teaching, good coaching practices, providing exposure to more challenging questions to sharpen brain and to develop enthusiasm, we can motivate students to study by ‘will’ not by ‘force’. When they like what they do, no question of stress arises.

Students also require guidance in Time Management, Techniques for effective revision, Methods to improve concentration etc.

9) How does Edu-Shrine function?
We associate with colleges for conducting Integrated Coaching at PU (ICAP) in their premises. Complete responsibility of subjects PCMB for both board and entrances will be taken care by Edu-Shrine through a constructive academic system as explained in rest of the pages.
10) How do we enroll for Edu-Shrine’s ICAP?
Please visit any of Edu-Shrine associated PU Colleges nearest to you. After you are satisfied with infrastructure and facilities of the campus, register yourself for Edu-Shrine’s integrated coaching programme through a provisional admission.

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Maruthi Nagar, Chandra Layout,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560072