As a tenth grader who is supposed to take the SEE exam but cannot due to the coronavirus pandemic, a thought is always circling in my mind: Will the exams be canceled? When will the exams start? Almost half a million students across the country are thinking the same. This is one of the effects of the coronavirus pandemic in Nepal.
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KATHMANDU, June 29: Although private schools are found doing relatively well in the Secondary Education Examinations (SEE), many community schools across the country are also found to have attained excellent results.
SANKHU, Feb 26 : Tribhuvan University in the results of BBS 3rd year- 2074 BS issued a notice that answer sheets of 69 students of Sindhuli Multiple Campus were missing, requiring them to sit for a re-examination.
DARCHULA, July 11: A school here was forced to postpone the exam scheduled for today after a bridge over the Naugadh River at Naugadh Rural Municipality-6 was swept away by the flood triggered by torrential rains.
MYAGDI, March 29: Ignoring the extreme pain and stress of pregnancy, Phulmaya KC of Takam, Dhaulagiri Rural Municipality-6, has been was busy preparing for her Secondary Education Exam (SEE). So far, she has successfully appeared in the exams of four subjects. Doctors have told her to take rest but she has been studying day and night in order to do well in her exams.
BHAKTAPUR, Dec 21: The National Examinations Board is preparing to publish Class 11 final examinations results of by January 5. The Class 11 final examinations were held on June 15 after deferring them from time to time citing the local level elections. The Board has delayed in also announcing the results of this examination citing the House of Representatives and State Assembly elections.
KATHMANDU, Nov 20: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) has canceled the MBBS entrance exam conducted on October 14, following the controversy of widespread cheating in the exam through the use of electronic devices.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: Tribhuvan University (TU) has been 'unable' to settle the row over the controversial entrance exams for MBBS administered by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) even though a month has already passed. TU's inability to decide the row has left the future of medical students uncertain.
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KATHMANDU, March 22: The United Nations (UN) on Tuesday canceled the English language test conducted to select Nepali security personnel for the deployment in the UN peacekeeping missions after they found the questions were leaked two hours before the examinations on March 16.
KHOTANG, March 16: Of the candidates who filled out the exam form of the School Leaving Certificate(SLC) in Khotang district, 383 remained absent. These students include students belonging to one of the three categories-regular(78), exempted(48) and partial(257).
KATHMANDU, Feb 17: Claiming that the results of the exams conducted for the post of assistant lecturer at Tribhuvan University (TU) last November were published violating merit, the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Wednesday seized the answer sheets of the exams.
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KATHMANDU, July 26: Uncertainty looms over the timing of the next School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination as the government has failed to appoint the chairperson at the National Examination Board (NEB), which will oversee the SLC exam from now onward.
KATHMANDU, July 22: The involvement of Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) in holding Kathmandu University (KU)'s exams has been established. KU officials attending the meeting of the Good Governance and Monitoring Committee of the Legislature-Parliament have accepted the involvement of CIAA in the exams and said that KU and CIAA jointly prepared the question papers, ran the exams and published the results.