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Bridge Courses

2nd PUC Failed in Bangalore What Next?

Einstein once remarked, “Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

Not every student’s competencies are accurately measurable in the way an education system could standardise. Many exceptionally talented and gifted students don’t cut it in the board exams due to various reasons. However, it does not mean that they are: academically incompetent and hence do not deserve a second chance, and they should not get the best quality education that their counterparts are eligible for.

To address this issue, SASE, in association with NWAC Board, decided to launch the Bridge Course to provide 2nd PUC/12th incomplete students with an opportunity to complete 2nd PU/12th standard qualification and progress to an undergraduate program affiliated with any University in India. Since the launch of the Program, the Bridge Course has helped over 5400 students to overcome their PU exam failure without wasting a year and pursue degrees at universities successfully.

SASE: System for Alternative Schooling and Education facilitates the bridge course and credit transfer scheme to complete the 12th standard qualification from Northwest Accreditation Commission. The 12th standard qualification from NWAC is fully recognised by the Government of Karnataka, the Government of India, AIU, MHRD, COBSE and all other statutory government bodies in India. Therefore, our Bridge Course students can pursue any degree course, such as BE, MMBS, BCA, LLB, B.Com, BBA, BA, etc.

Advisory Note: Beware of unauthorised programs!

Several gullible students have fallen prey to fake certificates in the name of 10th/11th/12th standard qualification from random boards, and we advise students to be cautious of these. Several false promises are made to students, and even admission in universities are made. However, after a few years, during the job verification, or visa application, the reality hits the students, and they will end up in the helpless and wrong side of the law.

Students are strongly advised to beware of illegitimate Bridge Courses and 10th/12th standard qualification offers by unrecognised entities, diploma mills, and individuals. Only NIOS and NWAC boards are currently authorised to conduct Credit Transfer and Bridge Course programs in India. Therefore, students must verify the claims/offers for Bridge courses from the original COBSE website In Karnataka, System for Alternative Schooling and Education is the only school authorised to offer Bridge courses in affiliation with the NWAC board. Please click here to learn more about the recognition of SASE's Bridge Course and AIU equivalency.

We encourage at-risk learners not to give up on education: we are here to give them another chance to succeed in academics and help them save a year; together, we can inspire them to believe in themselves and come back in education. Call SASE (91) 88008-83871

Bridge Courses: 12th Failed Bangalore

Our Bridge Course is India's first alternative to NIOS 10th grade(secondary) and 12th grade(senior secondary) qualification, supported by National Drop Out Prevention Center, USA. Designed to help learners who want to return to mainstream education and continue to higher education. This program suits a wide range of learners, yet we  identify the following group of learners as the ideal candidates who can benefit from its unique features:

  • Students who are facing challenges in board exams such as Senior Secondary failed, II PU failed, IGCSE A Levels or O Levels exam failed.
  • Our Bridge Course helps students not be left behind their peers because of board exam failure, and pass their board exam through our Bridge Course and then progress to higher education without losing a year.
  • For students who have missed appearing in their board exams but don’t want to miss a year.
  • For students who have discontinued their education and are unable to study further.
  • For students who need to complete their formal education and earn an international qualification.