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BOSSE – Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education

BOSSE – Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education, Sikkim is an Open School Board to cater to the varied academic needs of the divergent groups of students upto pre-degree level including Secondary and Senior Secondary and Skills & Vocational education. The Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education, Sikkim Act 2020 was passed on 21-09-2020 by the Sikkim Legislative Assembly stated under Act No. 14 of 2020.

NIOS - National Institute of Open Schooling

Open learning is an alternative education system available for your child. Here’s all you need to know about the Open school system, the open school boards in India, and the schools of open learning. Primary to 18+

National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) or (NOS for National Open School) is the Board of Education for open schools in India. One could also say that it’s a school of open learning. This autonomous open school board in India was established by the Government in 1989. (NIOS) administers the secondary and senior secondary examinations of the open school system, which are equivalent to the CBSE and the CISCE exams.

NWAC/Cognia (Formerly Advanced)

The Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools was formed as a voluntary organization on April 5, 1917 with a membership of 25 secondary schools and eight higher institutions in four Northwestern states. By December 2007, this membership increased to over 1900. Presently, the organization accredits in seven states: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.

In December 1974, the title of the organization was changed to: Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. In December 2001, the association’s name was changed to the Northwest Association of Schools and of Colleges and Universities, and on February 1, 2004 the association’s name was changed to the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. In 2010, as a result of a restructuring plan, the name was changed to Northwest Accreditation Commission.

Benefits of Open Schooling

Here’s 5 advantages of e-learning

1. TOC - Transfer of Credits

The Transfer of Credits (TOC) program allows students to select a minimum of 1 or maximum of 4 subjects from their previous academic board and appear for those subjects in the BOSSE exams.

This program helps students save time and effort while also giving them a chance to improve their grades.

2. Improve Percentage

The motto of Are you tired of struggling to get the grades you want?

Do you wish you could achieve a higher percentage score in your exams?

Our on-demand online exams are the perfect solution for students who want to improve their academic performance.

3. Online Exam

The On-Demand Exam is an online exam that can be taken from any location with an internet connection. This means that students can take the exam from the comfort of their own homes or while on the go. Online exams are becoming increasingly popular due to their flexibility and convenience, and they are often used for remote learning.​

4. On-Demand Exam

An On-Demand Exam is a type of examination that can be taken by students at any time according to their convenience. These exams are usually computer-based and are designed to test the knowledge and skills of the student. The On-Demand Exam is an excellent option for students who may have missed a regular exam or need to retake an exam to improve their grade.

5. Results in One Month

Students who take the On-Demand Exam will typically receive their results within one month of completing the test. This is because the exam is computer-based, and the results are generated automatically, making it quicker for the student to receive their score. In some cases, the results may be available even sooner.