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OEC publicizes result of SLC exams; One teenager commits suicide after failing exam


KATHMANDU: The Office of the Controller (OCE) of Examinations, Sanothimi, has published the results of School Leaving Certificate (SLC) exams, which is considered as the iron-gate, for the academic year 2069 on Tuesday.

According to OCE, 41.57 percentage of the total 547,165 students have passed the examination. A total of 547,165 students had appeared at the 79th edition of the SLC exams held on March 13-24 earlier this year. Of them, 430,097 are regular and 117,068 are exempted students.

Organising a press conference after the announcement of the results, Examinations Controller Khagraj Baral said among the total passed, there were 96,454 boys and 71,481 girls.

Of those who passed, 16,924 have secured distinction while 76,165 secured first division, 69,830 the second and 5,016 passed in the third division.

OCE said that the result of 818 students was withheld while 6,067 students failed to appear the SLC exam while those of 230 were cancelled.

For those who failed up to two subjects, the supplementary exam will be held from August 4 to 11. The OCE had set up 1,786 exam centers across the country with an equal number of superintendents and 2,655 assistant superintendents. Similarly, 21,890 invigilators, 7,297 peons and 19,860 security personnel were mobilized for the exams. The answer sheets were marked at 60 centers under tight vigilance.

OCE decided not to publish the results in newspapers citing budget constraints. The results can also be viewed at OCE’s site www.soce.gov.np, Education Ministry’s site www.moe.gov.np, Education Department’s www.doe.gov.np and Nepal Telecom’s slc.ntc.net.np. Results can also be known through telephone by dialing 1600 and following the instructions.

In a very sad note, a teenage girl in Khalanga of Rukum district committed suicide as she was told that she failed in the exams. Sunita KC, who is said to be 18-year-old, hanged herself at her house. She had appeared in this year’s SLC exams from the Tribhuvan Janata Higher Secondary School of Musikot, Khalanga.

According to the police, she used a shawl to hang herself from the ceiling fan in her room soon after one of her friends informed about the failure over phone.

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