SEE Results Delayed: National Examination Board to announce results on Thursday at 10 am

SEE Results Delayed: National Examination Board to announce results on Thursday at 10 am

The National Examination Board has stated that the results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) will now be released at 10 am on Thursday. The release, originally scheduled for today, was postponed due to incomplete technical preparations. Nandlal Paudel, Controller of Examination (SEE), clarified the delay, saying, 'We had intended to announce the results today. We are currently conducting the same procedure. However, due to the time taken for all the necessary processes and signatures, it became late at night. A board meeting has been scheduled for tomorrow at 7 am. Following this meeting, the results will be ready for announcement.'

This year's SEE examination saw participation from 504,414 students across the country. The exams were conducted from 15th Chaitra to 27th Chaitra. The board will announce the results according to the letter grading guidelines of 2078, which provide for separate evaluation of theoretical and internal components.

Under these guidelines, students must score a minimum of 35% marks in each subject's theory portion. This translates to at least 26.25 marks for a theoretical exam of 75 marks. For the internal exam worth 25 marks, students must score at least 40%, or 10 marks. The board will convert both theoretical and internal marks into grades as per the guidelines.

Students who fail to achieve the minimum 35% (26.25 marks) in the theory portion of a subject will receive an NG (Non Graded) mention on their certificate. These students will not be allowed to progress to class 11 without taking a grade increase test. Furthermore, the board has stated that students will not receive their original certificate if they do not score at least 10 points in internal exams and 26.25 points in theory exams.

The board has arranged for students to participate in grade improvement exams for a maximum of two subjects. Nevertheless, students who score below 35% in more than two subjects and fail to enhance their grades through these exams can only reappear for the exam the next year in the subjects labeled as NG.

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