1. Academic Credit Bank in National Education Policy

    • By: INSdb
    • September 10, 2020
    academic credit bank

    An Academic Bank Credit will store the academic credits that students earn by taking courses from various recognized higher education institutions. Whenever a student completes a course, a number of credits will be added to your bank. Students can then transfer these credits if he decides to switch colleges. And even if students forced to drop out for some reason, these credits will remain intact. Meaning you can come back years later and pick up from where you left off.

    NAC Bank Works on the Principle of Multiple Entry and Multiple Exit principle as well as any time learning, anywhere learning, and any level learning. It also provides lots of options for course corrections during the period of study. It will satisfy the student’s quest for knowledge.

    Due to support of Multiple Entry and Multiple Exit aspects, it has potential to increase GER much beyond the broad expectation of 50% in the next one decade. It has the potential to be a key enabler for lifelong learning.

    • INSdb