Innovation in education, especially in alternative education and qualification, has always seen scepticism by a specific traditional institution. Unaware of SASE’s due diligence, legal compliance, accreditation for its open schooling, credit transfer, and dropout prevention, a few higher education institutions were not ready to treat open schooling and credit transfer students as regular schooled students for the under graduation degree.
In two separate Writ Petitions filed in the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka in the years 2017 and 2018 by 142 students completing the American High School Diploma under our open schooling system and by System for Alternative Schooling and Education as an institution, respectively, on both occasions, the Honorable High Court has upheld the open schooling recognition of SASE and upheld the validity of qualification it offers. The Hon’ble High Court, in its orders, has directed the higher education institution to treat the open schooling qualifications issued by the NWAC board at System for Alternative Schooling and Education as equivalent to 2nd PU/12th standard and grant admission to undergraduate degrees due to its comprehensive recognition from the relevant state and central government authorities.
The Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka orders further validates the recognition and the novel intent of open schooling, dropout prevention, and credit transfer scheme offered by SASE and NWAC. This also strengthened the seamlessness of our students’ progression into government and private higher education institutions in Karnataka.
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