Education

Big Day for SEE Students: SEE Result 2080 Announced

Big Day for SEE Students: SEE Result Announced
The National Examinations Board announced SEE result, with 47.86% of 464,785 students qualifying for further studies. A total of 186 students scored a GPA of 4. Exams for 221 students were cancelled. Non-graded students can retake exams next month or next year, based on new grading and syllabus criteria.

SEE Exam Results Published: When is the Supplementary Exam, and What is the Process for Rechecking and Retakes?

The National Examinations Board has published the SEE results, revealing that nearly 48% of students passed and qualified for class 11, while over 52% were non-graded. Students who failed up to two subjects can retake exams next month, while those failing more than two subjects have three years to improve their grades. The new system requires separate passing marks for theoretical and practical exams. Results are accessible on various websites, IVR, and SMS. Students can apply online for rechecking and corrections of personal details.

New Standards for Teacher Transfers in Nepal Aim for Transparency and Efficiency

New Standards for Teacher Transfers in Nepal Aim for Transparency and Efficiency
Ministry of Education, Nepal has introduced new guidelines for teacher transfers to enhance transparency and efficiency. The policy mandates vacancy announcements, ensures transfer decisions within a month, and aims to eliminate financial manipulation. Removing the School Management Committee's consent requirement is also proposed. The initiative seeks to address past issues and improve the transfer process.