KATHMANDU, July 28: In response to criticism surrounding the Secondary Education Examination Class 10 (SEE) results, the government has introduced a new measure to improve student pass rates. Alongside this year's SEE examination, the government has decided to include a 25-mark internal practical test in Mathematics.
The results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) announced on Thursday have brought a glimmer of hope to the education sector, indicating a significant improvement compared to the previous year. The number of students achieving higher GPAs has seen a commendable increase, as revealed by the National Examination Board.
KATHMANDU, March 31: Secondary Education Examination (SEE) has started all across Nepal from today. Teachers as well as parents have wished good luck to the SEE students offering them tika and sweet yogurt.
KATHMANDU, March 19: Faced with the risks of a possible COVID-19 outbreak, the government on Wednesday decided to postpone the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) – scheduled to be conducted from Thursday – until further notice.
BHAKTAPUR, March 18: This year's Secondary Education Examination (SEE) is beginning from tomorrow. The National Examinations Board, Office of the Controller of Examinations has said all preparations for the exam have been completed. The exam will conclude on March 30.
KATHMANDU, March 18: The government has clarified that the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) will be held as per the original schedule published earlier by the Ministry of Education. The SEE examination is scheduled to be held from March 19 to March 30.
ROLPA, March 5: Nepal Rastriya Secondary School in Fagam of Rolpa is a great hope for the bright future of children in the remote village. In lack of this school, many would not have got an opportunity to study as there are not many schools in Rolpa. However, given the current situation of the school, guardians and students can be least optimistic. Students sitting for the upcoming Secondary Education Examination (SEE) in the school state that they have not turned beyond 24 pages of their English book.
JAJARKOT, Feb 6: Suraj Nepali's dream to sit for the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) is shattered for this year. Next year, he will try his luck once again. It is not because he was not prepared for the papers. A student of Tribhuvan Secondary School of Khalanga, he actually couldn't make it to the 10th grade even after getting through the 9th grade as he could not pay the admission fees of Rs 930 on time.
ROLPA, June 29: A visually-impaired student, Lokesh Dangi of Balkalyan Secondary School at Liwang, Rolpa, has topped the SEE (Secondary Education Examination) in the district. With a GPA of 3.55, Dangi has scored the highest from the community schools running in the district. Along with Dangi, his elder brother Shishir Dangi has also scored a GPA of 3.5.
The Secondary Education Examination (SEE), known until 2016 as School Leaving Certificate (SLC) exam, is being held across the country. Sunday marked the first day of the exam and as of this writing, no major untoward incidents have been reported. This is a welcome shift for in the past SEE (or SLC) exams used to be riddled with cases of rampant cheating, especially in the districts in Tarai plains.
PARBAT, March 13: The Ministry of Social Development of Gandaki State will provide sanitary pads to girls attending Secondary Education Examination (SEE) scheduled to take place from March 24. Of the total 2,874 community school students taking the test from Parbat district, 1,437 are girls.