KATHMANDU, Oct 6: The National Examination Board (NEB) has published the result of Grade 11 on Saturday evening.
The result was published after the board meeting held on Saturday afternoon at NEB office Sanothimi, Bhaktapur. According to the notice published by the board, a total of 548,445 students appeared in the exam among which 332891 students appeared in regular examination whereas 176,049 students appeared for grade upgrade examination. Similarly, 39,505 students appeared in non-grading system examination.
According to the NEB, one thousand one hundred 15 students have gained A + scoring 3.65 to 4 GPA whereas eight thousand nine hundred 49 students have gained A scoring 3 to 3.60 GPA. Likewise, 24 thousand five hundred 15 students have obtained B+ scoring between 2.81 to 3.20 GPA, 48 thousand seven hundred 31 students have obtained B scoring GPA between 2.41 to 2.80. Similarly, 86 thousand seven hundred 70 students have received C+ scoring 2.1 to 2.40 whereas 92 thousand five hundred 93 students have received C scoring 1.61 to 2 GPA.
Total of 41 thousand four hundred six students have got D+ with GPA 1.21 to 1.60 and eight thousand one hundred 27 have received D with 0.81 to 1.20 GPA. Likewise, 20 thousand six hundred 85 students received E with 0 to 0.80 GPA.
The student who obtained Grade ‘D’ and ‘E’ can get a chance to give the complementary examinations on November 24 to upgrade their grade, according to examination controller Krishna Sharma.
Students scoring 90 to 100 are given A+ while A to students scoring 80 to 89. Similarly, B+ to those scoring between 70 to 79, B to scores between 60 and 69, C+ to scores between 50 and 59, and C to scores between 40 and 49. Grade D+ will be given to scores in between 30 to 39 while D to those 20 to 29. Students scoring 0 to 19 are given E grade.
Meanwhile, 15 thousand three hundred 33 students passed in the non-grading examination.
The result can be viewed at the site of NEB at http://neb.ntc.net.np/