NEB Implements New Rule: Questions Asked Once in Class 10 Exams Will Not Be Repeated for Five Years
Date: [6th June,2023]
In a groundbreaking move, the National Examination Board (NEB) in Nepal has announced a significant change in the examination system for Class 10 students. Starting this academic year, the NEB plans to publish standardized question papers for English, Science, and Maths subjects, ensuring that the questions asked in the annual exams will not be repeated for a minimum of five years.
The decision by the NEB aims to bring more fairness and objectivity to the examination process. It seeks to provide equal opportunities to all students by eliminating the possibility of certain questions being leaked or repeatedly asked. With the implementation of this new rule, students will have to rely on their comprehensive understanding of the subjects, rather than memorizing specific questions and answers.
Attribution: NEB(National Examination Board)
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