SEE Result Within This Week: National Examination Board

SEE Result Within This Week: National Examination Board

July 1, 2080, Kathmandu

The National Examination Board has announced that the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) results will be made public within this week, specifically on Saturday, July 23.

The Examination Control Office’s chief examiner for Class 10, Vishnu Narayan Shrestha, stated that the board is working with the aim of publishing the results within this week. He also informed that the work of result compilation and data entry is ongoing. However, he cautioned that technical issues could potentially cause a delay of another week in the publication of the results. In the previous year’s exam, a total of 485,396 students participated.

Regarding the Letter Grading Directive of 2072 or 2078, it has not yet been decided when the results will be made public. The board will make a decision on this matter in a future meeting. There hasn’t been any meeting scheduled until now. Although the Letter Grading Directive of 2078 was implemented last year, the results were published according to the 2072 directive. Now, with the final examination of the old curriculum (2072), the opinions of the board members carry significant weight.

As per the Directive of 2078, 35% of the total marks are required to be scored in the theoretical subjects. However, in the Directive of 2072, the students pass by combining both theoretical and practical marks, scoring 35% in total. With the implementation of the new Directive of 2078, the possibility of students failing in non-graded subjects is expected. Last year, around 50% of the students from grade 12 did not pass according to the new directive. If the same happens in two or more subjects, the provision to take a grade advancement examination immediately after is in place.

In the examination held at 2,392 centres across the country, a total of 128,383 students from private and community schools, including 242,712 female and 242,674 male students, participated. Around 15,461 students, who studied up to grade 9, also took part in the examination. Among them, 5,561 students from visually impaired and technical streams appeared for SEE. For visually impaired students, the examination centres were established close to the resource classes. In the case of students with disabilities, home centres (their own schools) were set up, while for visually impaired students, sub-centres were established close to the resource classes. Fifty-five visually impaired students appeared for SEE. Until last year, visually impaired students had the provision to go to the examination centre with the help of their parents.