Einstein once remarked “Everybody is 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 standardize.  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,  should not get the best quality education that their counterparts are eligible for. To address this issue, New Shores Governing Council decided to launch ‘Inclusive Education Program’ to give 2nd PUC/12th failed students an opportunity to study at New Shores in undergradute program uncompromisingly. The number of admissions offered under Inclusive Education Program is 10% of the total available seats.

New Shores along with N.W.A.C Board / National Institute of Open Schooling (N.I.O.S) offers the opportunity for 2nd PU failed students to save a precious year and rise at par with the other meritorious students by overcoming the 2nd PU failure by bridging the PU backlog subjects. Students can join a full time regular BCA or BBM or B.Com or B.Sc degree at New Shores under Bangalore University. Once 2nd PUC failed students join the regular degree under Bangalore University through  Inclusive Education Program, the college provides counseling and academic support for 2nd PU failed students to clear the failed subjects in PUC through N.W.A.C Board / N.I.O.S. New Shores has secured 100% pass percentage for 12th standard N.W.A.C Board / N.I.O.S since 2014. This statistic provides a comforting assurance of saving a precious year.

2nd PUC/12th Exam Failed Students - What Next? | Start Degree

What next after the 2nd PU failed students join the degree program? The students coming in the classroom will have all the educational components same as other merit students, there is no distinction between students who come via Inclusive Education, and those through regular merit admissions. As a matter of policy, students credentials and academic background are kept confidential, enabling  students to study confidently with other students.

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