Secondary Education Examinations begin today

This year’s examinations are taking place in the physical presence of students after three years.

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Kathmandu: The Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) 2078 BS began from 8 am on Friday across the country.

This year’s examinations are taking place in physical presence of students after three years. The National Examinations Board had recognized schools’ internal assessments of students for SEE results for two consecutive previous years due to the Covid-19 crisis.|

Board Chair Mahashram Sharma said that following health protocols is mandatory in the exam halls.

Controller of SEE Examination, Arjun Rayamajhi stated that 2,007 exam centers have been designated across the country. A total of 514,967 students—257,053 girls and 157,914 boys—from 11,615 schools will be attending the exam in the regular category.

Likewise, 11,454 students will be sitting in the exam for grade improvement that has been halted over the past two years and 14,564 students towards technical streamline will be appearing in the exam.

This time, the least 43 SEE students are from Manang. Similarly, 20 students from a Nepali school in Japan will be sitting in the exam.

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