July 7, Kathmandu. The National Examination Board (NEB) is preparing to make public the results of this year’s Secondary Education Examination (SEE) by mid-July. The board has stated that it is working hard for this purpose.
Chairman of the Board Dr. Mahashram Sharma informed that the necessary work is being done to make the SEE results public this time.
Arjun Rayamajhi, Controller of Examinations, National Examination Board, SEE (Class 10), informed that the results of the SEE examination will be made public on July 13. Giving information that the work of examination has reached the final stage after completing the work of examination of answer scripts, Ujjal said that work of computer entry and verification is being done. “After completing all the work, we are preparing to make the results public by mid-July,” he said.
The office has stated that work is being done by making an action plan to enter the score by 20th of Asar, miss match on 21st and 22nd, tabulation from 23rd to 29th and make the result public on 32nd.
Controller of Examinations Rayamajhi informed that the results of the examination which was being made public in four months earlier are being made public in two months this year.
Due to Corona, the results of the two-year internal assessment were made public, but two years later, the board conducted the examination in the physical presence of the students from April 9 to 20.
A total of 514,977 candidates, including 257,924 female students and 257,053 male students from 11,615 schools, appeared for the examination from 2,007 examination centers, said Controller of Examinations Rayamajhi.
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