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Nepal National Examination Board have published SEE results

According to Poudel, the results of 472,078 students have been published. The results can be viewed on telephone, SMS and website, the board said.

N24 STAFF WRITER, KATHMANDU:- Nepal National Examination Board has made public the results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE).

A meeting of the board held on Monday decided to make the results public. Board Chiarman Chandramani Poudel informed media.

According to Poudel, the results of 472,078 students have been published. The results can be viewed on telephone, SMS and website, the board said.

The SEE scheduled for April 22 was postponed at the last minute due to Kovid-19. The results have been made public on the basis of an internal assessment conducted by the school after the examination failed.

The schools evaluated the students and sent them to the board through the district coordination unit. The students were evaluated by the evaluation committee on the basis of the appointment of the principal chairperson and the concerned class teachers and the teachers of the concerned secondary level.

Here’s how to find out:

Telephone:

You can know the result as per the instructions by dialing 1600 of Nepal Telecom.

SMS:

Results can also be obtained by sending an SMS to 1600 of Nepal Telecom and Ncell and 34949 of Easy Service.

Website:

The Board has stated that the results can be viewed by visiting the website of Secondary Education Examination Class 10, National Examination Board, Center for Education and Human Development, Nepal Telecommunication Authority or Ncell.

The National Examination Board, Examination Control Office Class 10 and Nepal Telecom’s website can be viewed by placing the date of birth and symbol number and grade and graded score (GPA).

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