Vision of Sun Bright Academy
Sun Bright Academy Vision is to acknowledge that higher education has greater responsibilities to meet the needs of society both in India and abroad. Sun Bright Academy has taken a decade of pioneering hard work by the academic community to bring NIOS education under one roof. The institute has develop a system of education which lays more emphasis on learning than on mere instruction. The move to enroll and educate students with National Institute of Open Schooling is an extension of our Inclusive education programme. Those children who are not able to cope with the load of the regular curriculum in spite of the concessions provided by the board for candidates with special needs, are offered the option of completing their school education through the NIOS stream.
The NIOS examination is equivalent to X and XII board examinations. As there is flexibility in the choice of subjects and a time period of 5 years to complete the course as a whole or in parts, many children of our school and others are able to complete their school education and move ahead.
Mission undertaken bySun Bright Academy
Our mission at Sun Bright Academy is to prepare students with learning disabilities and failures who are not able to complete education because of a number of reasons, to learn from the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) curriculum at class IX, X, XI, and XII level, and function at their maximum discharge.
This can only be achieved by well equipped and experienced teachers who will use the available and most current, state of the art practices in educating the NIOS learners. We all are aware about how new NIOS Baoard is to the indian education system, so our mission also includes well organised and fully dynamic practices of getting student passed from NIOS. In achieving this objective it is recognized that these students display varying and distinctly different skills and areas of needed development that require a comprehensive approach to classroom instruction. Students classified as learning disabled typically exhibit a wide range of academic and social abilities and needs. And in response, teachers will use a wide variety of teaching and evaluation strategies in our classrooms to suit and meet those needs.
An overwhelming philosophy of our program is to pass on to our students in a manner that accepts and understands their worth as human beings, that respects and upgrades their dignity and status, and that reflects to society and other qualified professionals their positive attributes, learning potential, and individuality and that they also have the valour to compete like others in this competing world now of ours.