Krishna Ghimire March 24, 2019

This year’s Secondary Education (SEE) Exam has begun today. SEE exams held first time under federal structure.

According to the examination office, the examination will start everyday from 8 am in the morning.

Examination Controller Vishnu Adhikari informed that the examination will be conducted for 4 lakhs 75 thousand candidates all over the country.


In this examination regular, graduation and technical students are participating in the examination conducted by the program.

Out of the candidates, 2 lakhs 36 thousand 445 boys and 2 lakhs 38 thousand 558 girls  are participating. According to the examination officer, from the state no 3 maximum number of candidate 1 lakh 602 are participating in the SEE exam. Similarly, 35 thousand 624 candidates are participating from the Karnali state, which is least number student from all state.

Similarly, from state No. 1 total 83 thousand 818 students, from State No.2 total 70 thousand 518 students, from the Gandaki 48 thousand 63 students, and from state No 5 total 76 thousand 983 students and 53 thousand 972 students from the Sudur Paschim. In the examination, a total of 1 thousand 699 examination centers has been determined, and 1 thousand 969 center heads, 3 thousand 167 co-center heads and 29 thousand 535 security personnel will be operational.

Chairman of the National Examination Board, the State Government, Dr. Chandrani Poudel said that this is going first time after the country went to federalism, management of SEE examination, operation, monitoring, answer book and purchase of all the books.

The Board has taken responsibility of all the work of examination management because of the state government will not be able to publish immediate exam result. In order to manage the examination, the state government has appointed Central Development Ministry and the Education Development and Coordination Unit constituted the Co-ordination Committee. Last year, four types of questions were asked.

President Poudel informed that according to the state’s printing paper, this year. There is a different question for all 6 compulsory subjects but technical and Sanskrit have similar in all the territories.

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