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T-SLC is now an option for SLC failed


BHAKTAPUR: The students failed in the SLC examination will have opportunity for study in higher education by sitting for technical SLC.

Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) has run programme in all the 75 districts of the country for proving them opportunity for study of higher education.

This is targeted to SLC-failed students with an annex programme.

The annex programme started in fiscal year 2058-59 BS was being run in 44 community and four private schools of 44 districts until last year and has been introduced all over the country this year, said Member Secretary of CTEVT Jaya Bahadur Tandan.

The annex programme is a 29-month course for failed and 15-month for SLC passed students for two kinds of classes.

They will be included in T-SLC and one can study higher education, said Examination Controller of CTEVT Ramesh Kumar Bakhati.

Rs. 91.5 million was allocated in the current fiscal year for the programme, said Administration Chief of CTEVT Ramesh Poudel.

There is agriculture, computer, sub-overseer, civil sub-overseer, auto-mechanical, veterinary, JTA, electrical, IT, animal husbandry and crop science in the annex programme and students will be admitted from July. RSS

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Information for Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point
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