For the second time in the row, the Nepali Government has decided to publish Secondary Education Examination (SEE) exam results based on internal assessment.
On Monday, a Cabinet Meeting decided to award grades to the 10th class students based on their performance in internal assessment as the SEE examinations couldn’t be conducted due to the pandemic. The decision to this effect came on the heels of the proposal by the Education Ministry to conclude SEE results based on the internal evaluation.
According to the Cabinet, schools must assess their students based on their performance in internal exams and share the details with their respective District Education Development and Coordination Committee. The evaluation procedure will be the same as last year.
The Committee will send the details to the National Examination Board (NEB). Then, the NEB will prepare the result sheets based on the internal assessment shared by the schools and publish the SEE results.
Last year, a three-member evaluation committee, including the principal, class teacher and a senior teacher, assessed their students based on 10% marks from the first term, 30% from the second term, and 60% from the final exam.