KATHMANDU:- The National Examination Board has begun conducting Grade 12’s final exam from today in physical presence of the students. The exam that started from today adhering to all the safety health protocols against COVID-19 would go through September 24, the Board said.
Almost of the examinees have been vaccinated against COVID-19. There are 374,413 examinees from 4,315 schools, shared Board’s Exam Controller, Krishna Sharma.
The government had been postponing the grade 12 exam twice before in view of risk of COVID-19. The Board has sent question papers in the schools through email while those schools not having internet facility were sent papers.
Each school has been given passcode to open the email and print them. The examinees compulsorily have to examine their temperature and sanitize themselves before entering the exam hall, the Board said.
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