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History of SLC Board Nepal – SEE 2073 Details Information

SLC Board: SLC (SEE) is the most important Examination in the educational system of Nepal for building an academic career and test the eligibility of students for further studies.  SLC (School Leaving Certificate) was first started during the time of Rana’s Regime. In the beginning, Nepalese used to give Matriculation Examination from Calcutta University till 1974 BS. The first person to pass Entrance examination from Nepal was Chandra Shamsher. Education Send-up was available in Durbar High School. And the students who passed Send-up examination used to attain Matriculation exam from Patna University from (1975 to 1984) BS.

Important points to know about SLC Board Nepal

  • First Matriculation exam center in Kathmandu was started from 1985 BS.
  • On that vary examination Ram Prasad Manandhar, Prem Narsingh Pradhan, Surya Prasad Upadhaya, Dilli Raman Regmi and Sesh Raj Dali were the first participators.
  • SLC Board Nepal was established in 1990 Kartik 16. Center for that exam was South Building of Durbar High School.
  • 2039 – Luna Bhatta (First Woman Board First)
Title Numbers
Total number of Participate Students 34
Total number of students who passed in first division 0
Total number of students who passed in second division 10
Total number of students who passed in third division 9
Total number of students who failed in exam 14
Total number of students who absent in exam 1
  • Highest Marks scorer: Pushpamakta Malla(first Agricultural Engineer In Nepal)
  • First SLC examiner: Harmani Acharya Dikshit(1990-2014)

Note :> Due to Disastrous Earthquake of 1990 SLC Examination was canceled and re-conducted on Jestha 1991. From then for two years study up to SLC was shifted to Tri Chandra College.

Here are the lists of SLC Board Toppers till date

 slc toppers, see 2073

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SEE 2073 Exam

As the new Education Act has implemented; Government of Nepal, Ministry of Education, Office of the Controller of examination has removed the name “School Leaving Certificate” and exam will be called as Secondary Education Exam and the SLC Exam will be take place in Grade 12 as National Level Examination. Government of Nepal, Office of the Controller of Examinations, Ministry of Education and National Curriculum Development and Evaluation Council had already decided to start the Grading System in SLC Exam instead of Marks. That means system not only gives the result of fail or pass but also gives the overview of ability level of students. Those students who get the D or less than D Grade then he/she will get chance to take Chance Exam to get the good Marks.

Check out Previous SLC 2072 Students Details

Total Participate Students:  6,015,553

 

Total Number of Students under Regular Category:  452881 [ Male: 225246 & Female: 227535]

 

Total Number of Students under Exempted Category: 159417

 

Total Number of Students under Prabhidik Category:  3255 [ Male: 1982 & Female: 1273]

 

This year, Maximum numbers of students from Kathmandu i.e. 35729 and minimum numbers of students from Manang i.e. 63 students appear on the Exam.

 

Total Numbers of Examination Center: 1943

 

Total Number of Staff Allocate for Examination Controller: More than 72 thousand

 

For the SLC 2072 Exam there are total of 72896 Staff (including  Deputy Supervisor: 2978, Examiner: 25556, Office Helper: 13274, Security Guard: 29145)

 

As per above mention data: This year, the numbers of female students are greater than Male Students.

SEE Result 2073 Nepal – Grade 10 Result

The SEE Exam was held from 3rd Chaitra to 11th Chaitra, 2073. All appeared students are now curious to know about their Result. SEE 2073 Result  will be released soon. We will be update your Result here as soon as they got released. Method of checking SEE Result will be published in our next article.Wish you a good luck.

Check out SEE Grade 10 Marking Scheme

SLC Grading System: SEE Grading Scheme

Percentage Grade
90-100 A+ (Out Standing)
80-90 A (Excellent)
70-80 B+ (Very Good)
60-70 B (Good)
50-60 C+ (AV Average)
40-50 C (Average)
20-40 D (Below Average)
1-20 E (Insufficient)
0 N (Not Graded)

 

Updated: June 3, 2017 — 5:33 am
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