People's Education Society

People‘s Education Society (PES) was founded in 1972 with just over 40 students in a rented gymnasium in Bangalore, Karnataka. Today, PES has more than 18,000 students spread across multiple campuses in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.[1]

People‘s Education Society
AbbreviationPES
FormationOctober 11, 1972
(50 years ago)
 (1972-10-11)
FounderDr. M. R. Doreswamy
Location
Websitehttps://pes.edu

HistoryEdit

People‘s Education Society (PES) was established under Mysore Societies Registration Act 1960 (Mysore Act No. 17 of 1960) on October 11, 1972, and was founded by Dr. M. R. Doreswamy.[2]

Mission StatementEdit

MissionEdit

To provide students with a sense of history, an understanding of values and ethics, a commitment to law and morality, an appreciation of human creativity and an analytical inquiring mind.

VisionEdit

To create professionally superior and ethically strong global workforce.

Quality PolicyEdit

To develop highly skilled human resources with the ability to adapt to an intellectually and technologically changing environment with the participative efforts of the management, staff, students and parents.

Educational institutionsEdit

PES is currently running the following educational institutions.[2]

Name of Institution Type Year of Establishment Location
PES Pre-University College of Commerce & Science Pre-University 1972 Bangalore, Karnataka
PES University, Hanumantha Nagar Campus
formed by the merger of
*PES College of Pharmacy (established 1980)
*PES Degree College (established 1982)
University 2018 Bangalore, Karnataka
PES Polytechnic Diploma 1983 Bangalore, Karnataka
PES University, Ring Road Campus University 1988 Bangalore, Karnataka
PES Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (PESMSR) Medical college 2002 Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh
PES University, Electronic City Campus University 2005 Bangalore, Karnataka
The Aamartra Academy High School 2012 Bangalore, Karnataka
PES Public School School 2014 Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dr. M R Doreswamy » PES University". pes.edu. Retrieved 2021-12-24.
  2. ^ a b Abha (2014-03-18). "PROFORMA FOR SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION BY STATE PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES FOR ASCERTAINING THEIR NORMS AND STANDARDS" (PDF). UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION. Retrieved 2021-12-24.