Physics Wallah launches tech-enabled offline Vidyapeeth Centre in Jammu

Jammu, Jan 7: Physics Wallah (PW), one of India’s leading edtech platforms, is extending its presence in Jammu with the inauguration of an offline PW Vidyapeeth centre, emphasising its commitment to establishing educational hubs across the country and making education more accessible to students.

A statement of Physics Wallah issued here said that the PW Vidyapeeth Jammu boasts state-of-the-art infrastructure with 22 tech-enabled classrooms offering a conducive learning environment.

The centre also provides a library facility and self-study space, fostering a productive study atmosphere. For the next academic year’s enrollment, the centre would offer an additional discount of 20 percent to students.

Additionally, PW Vidyapeeth has the Student Welfare Scheme (SWS), providing support for hostels, and transportation facilities, and offering 24/7 assistance to students in case of emergencies. Furthermore, PW Vidyapeeth Jammu will also organise a mega event ‘Aagaz’ at the offline centre with students on January 21, where some of its top faculties will be present.

CEO of PW Vidyapeeth Offline, Ankit Gupta said, “With the launch of every centre in India, we move closer to our commitment to providing access to quality education for students. We aim to bring education closer to their homes, alleviating the financial burden often associated with travelling to distant cities in search of the right educational platform. We believe that every student deserves the best education and the most effective means of learning.”

PW currently has 75 Vidyapeeth centres operational in 49 cities across India, serving over 1.5 lakh students.

These centres were established over a year since 2022, offering a comprehensive curriculum for JEE and NEET.

PW offline Vidyapeeth centres offer the facilities of recorded lectures, assistance with NCERT materials, offline doubt-solving, Daily Practice Problems (DPPs) with video solutions, specialised modules, Previous Year Questions (PYQs), and PW-AITS (fortnightly tests).

The offline centres also have a dedicated desk for the Student Success Team (SST), making PW the only one to provide quick and personalised resolutions to student concerns.

There is also a system of parent-teacher dashboard, which offers real-time updates on student progress.


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