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गृहपृष्ठNepalGrade 12 online examinations to be held for 40 marks

Grade 12 online examinations to be held for 40 marks


KATHMANDU: Examinations for Grade 12 students will be held online for 40 marks out of a total of 100 full marks. The examinations had been stalled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The National Examination Board (NEB) has recommended to the government to administer online examination for 40 marks, practical examinations for 20 marks and convert the total marks obtained by a student in Grade 11 for the remaining 40 marks out of 100 full marks.

According to the NEB, the decision was taken in the context of the increasing risk of the coronavirus.This decision will be implemented after the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology presents a proposal on this mixed examination system and gets an approval from the Council of Ministers.

An official at the Ministry has stated that the government will make a decision soon. The government has already issued the Student Learning Facilitation Guidelines-2077 with the provision that those not having internet access can use other means of information technology.

Talking to RSS today, the Examination Controller of the Board, Krishna Prasad Sharma, shared that the schedule of the online exam for 40 marks will be made public after preparing necessary work procedures and question papers after the government takes decision on this alternative if other alternatives are not possible.

Although students have yet to complete the exams within the determined time, they have facilities to use books and other sources. It will be a type of open exam as there will be no exam centre, supervisors and security personnel. The examination scheduled for April 20 had been postponed due to the lockdown imposed from March 24.

A total of 432,000 students have filled up the form for the examinations. The Board issuing a notice on September 11 has urged the students to provide details of migration within seven days if the students have migrated to other districts other than the one they were studying in due to the coronavirus pandemic or other reasons.
Rainfall forecast for next three days across country jk

Rainfall has been predicted at many places throughout the country for the next three days, according to the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology.

Meteorologist Barun Poudel has stated that there is a possibility of light to moderate rainfall across the nation until Friday due to the impact of the monsoon low pressure system.

He added that “the rainfall will take place during morning and night. This is the pre-phenomena of the end of monsoon season. Normally, the monsoon season ends towards September 23.”

Skies across the country have remained cloudy and some places of State-1, Gandaki, Karnali and Sudurpaschim states have been witnessing light to moderate rain with lightning.

Heavy rainfall has been forecast at one or two places in Gandaki state. As per the recent details of the Meteorological Forecasting Division, the minimum temperature of Kathmandu Valley has been recorded at 19.8 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature at 28.3 degrees Celsius.





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