We put ourselves at the disposal of government as partners to build a society where no child is left behind by the school system.
For many countries across the globe, regardless of their economic status, the school system increasingly fails to deliver expected results, with growing rates of school drop-outs. Many aspects of the general society, as well as, the educational system make it difficult for schools to achieve 100% graduation rates. At the core of the problem is the question of the best schooling system for achieving universal education for all children with 100% graduation. We collaborate with governments in achieving educational goals.
The Central government of India also further acknowledged the American High School Diploma awarded by the Northwest Accreditation Commission, USA, as equivalent to the 12th/ Senior Secondary of CBSE, Delhi or any other State Board in India. These agreements and announcements are contained in the government gazettes; No. (1): EV/II (21)/2014/ (of April 04, 2014) and Gazette (Notification (45) No.F.15-17/94-TS.IV(.) (Of 13th March 1995).
AIU- Association of Indian Universities
Association of Indian Universities, AIU, Ministry of Education, Government of India, is the mandated Central Government authority (vide Gazette Notification No F.15-17/94-TS.IV dated 13th March 1995) entrusted with the responsibility to provide recognition and equivalence to all foreign qualifications in India. As per the Association of Indian Universities, AIU “High School Diploma (Grade 12) qualifications from schools accredited by the Department of Education, Government of United States of America or by one of the six US Regional Accreditors will be considered equivalent to the Senior Secondary School qualifications of CBSE and other valid Boards in India”. NWAC, USA as stated earlier, is one of the six US Regional Accreditors recognised by the Association of Indian Universities, AIU, Ministry of Education, Government of India. Students completing High School Diploma from schools accredited by NWAC are granted EQUIVALENCE by the AIU.
COBSE- Council of Boards of School Education
Any valid school education Board operating in India is required to acquire the membership of Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE), Delhi, which is the apex body of all the Boards of School Education in India. COBSE has also granted membership to NWAC. Thus making NWAC a board recognised by even its peers in India.
CBSE – Central Board of Secondary Education
CBSE, Delhi, the national Board under the control of Ministry of Education, Government of India, through the letter No. CBSE/Coord/SO.MS/2019/2783 dated February 20, 2019 recognizes the educational qualifications of NWAC USA. You may also like to refer to the CBSE By-laws’ Link http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/examinationbyelaws.html (Note : [ 29/11/2016 \ 5th amendment \ 7 page \ level 3 \ point 4).