JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore

JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore conducts a Bachelor of Science programme for the students. Located in the Ooty Road of Mysore, JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing is a unique institutions of Karnataka state. The courses offered by the institute are all structured in such a way so that the various domains of speech and hearing could be successfully covered.

The aspirants who wish to get admission to the JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing in Mysore have to clear either the board examination of 12th standard with a minimum of 50% marks or have to have a pass certificate of the second PUC with 50% in PCB/PCM. However, the SC/ST candidates have to score a minimum of 45% marks to get a seat in the JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing of Mysore.

Mysore is known as one of those cities of Karnataka which has a very old education tradition. Some of the educational institutes of Mysore were even established in the place as early as 1924.
Today the city of Mysore houses many a reputed engineering, medical, arts and commerce colleges. The courses offered by these colleges are in accordance with the guidelines of various universities of Karnataka state.

JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing is a vital part of the education sector of the city. Apart from being a accredited institution JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing also boasts of a well-developed infrastructure. The campus of JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing in Mysore offers a spacious area in which various allied educational facilities can be found.

JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore is truly a symbol of the rapidly progressing education movement of Karnataka.

Last Updated on : March 28, 2016


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