The Nepali government is planning to eliminate the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), a major milestone in the country’s education system. The decision is part of a broader reform of the education system, which aims to make it more decentralized and responsive to the needs of individual schools and students.
According to Deepak Sharma, the Ministry of Education’s spokesperson, schools will now have the responsibility of administering Class 10 examinations. On the other hand, the National Examination Board will solely oversee Class 12 exams in the future.
The new system is expected to give schools more autonomy over their curriculum and practical methods. It is also expected to lead to a more streamlined and efficient examination process.
The government has said that the reforms will be implemented in phases, starting with the 2024 academic year.
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