The Board of Examiners has sought permission to conduct the SEE examination through alternative methods
The National Examination Board has sought permission from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. To conduct the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) through alternative methods.
As the pre-scheduled examination for June 29 could not be held due to the Corona pandemic. They want to conduct the examination through alternative methods. Dr. Chandramani Poudel said.
Class 12 Examinations
The board had formed a committee headed by Vaikuntha Aryal, director-general of the Center for Education and Human Resource Development, to suggest the conduct of SEE and Class 12 examinations. The committee had suggested various options for conducting both SEE and Class 12 examinations. A meeting of the examination board held on Sunday requested the committee to send the report of the committee to the Ministry of Education. And take it to the Council of Ministers after selecting the appropriate method, said Controller of Examinations Krishna Prasad Sharma. “It simply came to our notice then.
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Various methods are in the report. We have sent the same report to the ministry, he said. Now the ministry will select the appropriate method and take it to the cabinet. “The Examination Board has now sought permission for SEE. “We will wait for some time for class 12 and ask permission if needed,” said board chairman Pvt. Dr. Poudel said.
The printing of SEE question papers had already been completed so that the examination would start on June 27. But 5,17,000 students are under stress after the exams were stopped due to the pandemic. About 4 lakh students in class 12 are preparing for the exam.