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Live! Nepal To Decide On ‘SEE Examinations’ In A Week!

All the educational institutes will be opened after lockdown, said Minister Pokharel.
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Live! Nepal To Decide On ‘SEE Examinations’ In A Week!

Putting a stop to all speculations floating around examinations, the Nepali Government has said that the decision regarding the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), and Grade 11 and 12 examinations would be taken within a week.

During a virtual meeting, Education Minister Girirajmani Pokharel shared that a study on three alternatives regarding the examination was underway, and a conclusion would be drawn within next week.

The decisions would be on-

  • Whether conducting examinations is possible or not
  • What type of legal measures could be considered for the National Examination Board for providing recognition to the upgrading sans exam

Meanwhile, Minister Pokharel informed that all the educational institutes would be opened after lockdown.

Nepal Minister Girirajmani Pokharel

Earlier, the Nepali Government has implemented learning facilitation guidelines to the students as a temporary solution.

“These are only alternatives for the time being. We will move ahead with three different plans if this situation continues even after 45 days,” stressed Minister Pokharel.

“Let’s evaluate the first 15 days of activities. It can be adopted for the academic session if the students benefit from this and get formal recognition later,” he added.

Moreover, he urged the local level authorities to work proactively in the implementation of guidelines.

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