KATHMANDU, August 16: The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is preparing to conduct examinations for the selection of 12,000 new teachers across the country. The examination of the commission, which should be opened every six month, has not opened for the past three years. This inordinate delay has made some 717,105 new manpower with teaching permits unable to enter into the teaching profession.
Amid concerns raised from various quarters, the CCMC has decided to restrict cross-border movement of foreign nationals from all land entry points with India and those coming to Nepal via air route will also have to stay in quarantine for 14 days. The CCMC has also recommended enforcing lockdown if any urban district has already witnessed 500 cases of COVID-19 and hilly districts more than 200 cases.
SURKHET, Dec 10: Police have arrested eight fake candidates who were taking a public service commission examination for technical police. Police have arrested eight fake candidates sitting for the examination at the Public Service Commission office in Surkhet on Wednesday.
COVID-19 has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The first outbreak was reported in December 2019. It has now affected more than 4.8 million people worldwide and the cases are increasing in Nepal, almost 400 cases have already been detected. The cases are increasing and we know it, yet the Ministry of Education is adamant about not cancelling the SEE. The education minister has been saying that the exams will be held two or three weeks after the lockdown. SEE/ SLC is a board exam that has been held since 1990 B.S. But is it necessary for all students to take this exam to complete grade 10 and to graduate to higher secondary or intermediate level education (12th grade)?
KATHMANDU, March 15: All preparations for the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) that will commence throughout the country from 8 tomorrow morning have been completed, the Office of the Controller of Examinations, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, stated.