Over 385,000 Class 10th students will have to wait longer for the SEE results as 24 schools came under the scanner for providing arbitrary marks.
According to the National Education Board (NEB), 24 schools across Nepal have given ‘A’ and ‘A+’ grades to their students even without including the practical subjects.
Schools in all the three districts of Kathmandu Valley have granted ‘A’ and ‘A+’ grades to most of their students, while those in eight districts in the Terai region provided arbitrary marks.
Without further ado, a meeting of NEB on Thursday has decided to investigate all the 24 schools.
Thus, the results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) 2021, which were scheduled to be published within August 9, have been delayed.
For the academic year 2020/21, the NEB had made a new provision that the schools must provide a specific reason if they allot more than 80 marks for any student.
However, most of the private schools and some renowned government schools were found to be given marks to their students by violating the rules.
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