Physics Wallah Launches Offline Centre In Bengaluru, Introduces Scholarships Worth INR 200 Crore
Ed-tech firm Physics Wallah (PW) has launched a tech-enabled new offline centre, PW Vidyapeeth, in Bengaluru. According to the platform, students have the opportunity to secure scholarships of up to 100 per cent through the PWNSAT 2023 phase II (Physics Wallah National Scholarship cum Admission Test). PW aims to allocate scholarships amounting to INR 200 crore to deserving students. The examination will be conducted in both offline and online formats, catering to students from grades 6th-12th, as well as those in the dropper category aspiring to pursue studies for JEE or NEET, the company said.
The PWNSAT exam will be held on December 3rd and 10th, 2023, in offline mode, and students can take the exam till December 10, 2023, in online mode. Registration for the exam can be completed through the PW’s official website, app, or at the nearest offline Vidyapeeth centre. The results of the exam will be announced on December 15, 2023.
Students Leveraging Hybrid Learning
The landscape of education has witnessed substantial transformations post the COVID-19 pandemic. Students are now inclined towards leveraging the benefits of both online and offline learning, said Ankit Gupta, CEO of Vidyapeeth Offline, PW.
“At PW, we firmly believe in the hybrid approach as the way forward. By expanding our tech-enabled offline Vidyapeeth Centres across cities, our goal is to ensure access to quality education for students in their own towns, eliminating the need for them to relocate to education hubs in distant cities. To further support our students, we aim to give back and help them achieve their dreams of studying engineering or medicine through our PWNSAT exam. Last year, 1.1 lakh students benefited from the PWNSAT scholarships, which were worth over INR 120 crore. Continuing the same, this year, we are providing scholarships worth INR 200 crore.”
PW Vidyapeeth claims to operate 72 centres across India, with a student base of nearly 1.5 lakh. The offline Vidyapeeth centres offer a comprehensive curriculum covering everything students need to learn for JEE/NEET, and Physics Wallah consistently delivers exceptional results.
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, changing circumstances have compelled stakeholders to explore innovative ways in achieving the country's last-mile education delivery goals. Physics Wallah's hybrid approach to learning is set to bring quality education directly to students in their hometowns. This unique amalgamation of offline and online learning not only addresses current challenges but also stands as a defining force shaping the future of education in India.