KATHMANDU, April 27: Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Devendra Poudel has said that the problems seen in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) will be resolved through discussion. Talking to media persons after inspecting the SEE examination conducted at Laxmi Higher Secondary School, Lanku, today, he said that there were some ‘general problems’ in SEE.
KATHMANDU, Feb 22: As the schools themselves have been conducting the final examination of Grade 10 i.e. Secondary Education Examination (SEE) for the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has decided to hand over the responsibility of operation and management of SEE examinations to the provincial governments.
KATHMANDU, Feb 10: Chairperson of the National Examination Board (NEB), Dr Mahashram Sharma has said that a law is being drafted to give the responsibility of holding the SEE examination to the provincial governments. He said so while speaking at an interaction on examinations. The event was organized by Education Journalists Nepal (EJON) in Kathmandu on Thursday.
KATHMANDU, June 11: Putting an end to the prolonged uncertainty about holding the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) of Grade X, the government on Wednesday decided not to conduct this board examination in view of the serious health risk that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to pose risk across the country. A cabinet meeting held on Wednesday made a decision to this effect.
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)?
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.
KATHMANDU, May 7: Lawmakers of the House of Representatives have demanded that the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) of class 10, which has been postponed due to the COVID-19 fears, should be scrapped.
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.
BAGLUNG, March 15: Twenty-two students from a school in Baglung district have been deprived of taking the secondary education examination (SEE) scheduled for March 19-30 due to various reasons including failure to reach minimum attendance limit.
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.
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KATHMANDU, July 6: Although this year’s SEE results disappointed some community schools with their students securing low in GPA, there was a moment of glory for Balkalyan Secondary School as a visually impaired student at the school, Lokesh Dangi, topped the SEE in Rolpa.
BIRATNAGAR, July 4: Until five years ago, Biratnagar was one of the cities in the country from where thousands of students would come to Kathmandu and other destinations for better quality education after getting through the secondary level.
When it comes to government school, most of us carry the mindset of flawed results; let it be on internal examinations or the board examinations. Carrying a defense thought, not every those schools have “not exemplary” result. For example: Bagiswori Secondary School.
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.
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.
KATHMANDU, June 28: Better late than never indeed. Former bonded laborer (kamlari)) turned lawmaker Shanta Chaudhary and actress Karishma Manadhar have both passed the Secondary Education Examinations (SEE), according to the results published Thursday. Chaudhary is 35 and Manandhar 46.
Karishma Manandhar has graduated Secondary Education Examination (SEE) with 3 GPA (B+). The actor who has been working in film fraternity for past three decades restarted her educational journey from grade eight at Triveni Public School, Kathmandu.
About 5, 00,000 students across the country sat for Secondary Education Exam (SEE) this year. After all the hectic days of rigorous reading, revising and practicing, now they have become completely free for at least a couple of months. This is the longest vacation they have ever got since they joined school and they want to spend it in the best way possible.
KATHMANDU, April 4: The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) has recalled two policemen to Kathmandu for investigation suspecting their involvement in the Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) questions leak in Province 2.
KATHMANDU, April 2: The postponed exams of Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) and regular classes at schools in Province 2 will not be affected despite the devastation caused by Sunday's storm, officials said.