With the help of technology, the victory of SEE was achieved in a moment

Keshavkant Paudail, a student of Vijay Smarak Secondary School in Dillibazar, Kathmandu, did not have any difficult experience in getting the results of Secondary Education Examination 9SEE0. Within a few minutes of the announcement of the exam results, Paudel easily got to know the results from SEE.NET.NP of Nepal Telecom, which is among those listed to publish the results from the National Examination Board. ‘I knew the results the moment the SEE exam results came out. My GPA was 3.7, he happily said, ‘My dream is half fulfilled. Now I will study software development.’


As technology has helped in every field, it has also made it very easy to see the exam results. Paudel said that many friends like him saw the results in a fast, accurate and reliable manner. Paudel, who obtained a GPA of 3.7, not only said that he plans to become a software engineer in the future. He also said that he has a dream to help Nepal develop through technology.

Similarly, Alex Sherpa, a student of Prasfutan Academy in Sinamangal, was also able to see the results easily within a few minutes after the results were announced. He got to know the results from Khalti.com, which is among those listed to publish the results from the National Examination Board. “With the ease of technology, it has become easy to get the exam results, it has made it possible for students like me to win easily on time,” said Sherpa. Sherpa, who achieved 3.55 GPA in SEE, said that he has not yet decided which subject to study and what to do in the future.

Dikshita Pariyar of Koteshwar also got to know the results through the NTC website as soon as the SEE exam results were published. Pariyar, a student of KMC School in Baneshwar, has secured a GPA of 3.9. She shared her experience of being very happy to get the exam results easily and quickly through technology. The 16-year-old Pariyar plans to become a computer engineer in the future.

Kirtipur (2) Kritika Tamang, a student of Siddharth Boarding Secondary School, Tanglaphat, got to know the results the moment the exam results were published. Tamang, who got to know the results through the website of the National Examination Board, shared her experience that it was possible to get the results quickly with the help of technology. She said that she plans to study. She said, ‘I have planned to study science. In the future, I will become a doctor and cure Mamu’s disease.’

Like these representative students, students from cities to rural areas (where information and communication facilities are available) have made it easy for students to know their SEE results through technology. Nepal Telecom had arranged that the result of SEE exam of 2079 can be obtained through IVR, SMS and website. It made it very easy for students and parents to see their children’s exam results.

At one time, it took a week to know the result of the entrance exam. Due to the lack of access to communication media and technology, the result of the examination had to be known late. It used to take more than 7 days for the results published in Gorkhapatra to reach the districts. Nowadays, with the ease of technology, it is easy to know the result of the exam in a moment.

Nepal Telecom spokesperson Sobhan Adhikari says that access to technology has made it easy for students to know the exam results quickly. He says, ‘Telecom has made an arrangement to see the results of the examination through other agencies. We have been publishing the results of the university including SEE every year to make it easy for the students.’

Telecom had made various arrangements to get the SEE exam results published by the National Examination Board. Telecom’s landline or mobile phone could be used for the results. According to this, if you dial 1600 directly and follow the instructions, you will know the result. According to Telecom, dialing 1600 for SE results will cost only Rs 2 per call excluding tax. Thus a two minute period was considered as one call.

The spokesperson informed that by paying royalties from the National Examination Board, arrangements have been made to view the results easily through the agency. He said, ‘The more the technology has increased, the easier it has become. Telecom is trying to deliver services in a fast and efficient manner in various services like the exam results.’

Similarly, in the message box of the mobile, write the English alphabet SEE and leave a blank space for the symbol number (SEE ) You can also know the result by typing and sending a message to 1600. For example SEE 01011559 You can type and send a message to 1600. Even if you send a message at 1600, only Rs. 2 will be charged in addition to the return message tax. Nepal Telecom website https://see.ntc.net.np/ You can also get the result with marksheet through.

It can be used shortly after the results are published. The company expects that the entire student body will benefit from this. As soon as they know that the results of SEE are coming, students and parents are eager to see the results as soon as possible, but many parents and students wander around because they do not know how to know the results quickly.

The president of the board, who arranged to see the results of the SEE examination published by the National Examination Board on Thursday. Mahashram Sharma informed. He said that arrangements have been made for students to view through website, SMS and IVR.

SE results can be viewed through SMS and internet. He said that arrangements have been made to view the results on the Examination Control Office and Nepal Telecom’s website.

Arrangements have been made to dial 1600, 31003, 34949, 35001 and 31064 for SMS. To view the results, visit the website of Class 10 Examination Control Office Sanothimi Bhaktapur under the National Examination Board www.see.gov.np The board said that it can also be viewed on

Similarly, the National Examination Board Sanothimi www.neb.gov.np of Nepal Telecom www.see.ntc.net.np It has been arranged that the results can be viewed from various sites and online with permission.

The examination control office under the National Examination Board published the results of the 2079 Secondary Education Examination 9SE0 Class 10 on Thursday afternoon.

According to the result, the number of students who scored 3.6 to 4 GPA in Bagmati province is 11 thousand 481. Which is more than the total number of students in the remaining 6 provinces which bring 3.6 to 4 GPA. Out of a total of 99 thousand 243 people in Bagmati who have given SEE, 11.56 percent have given 3.6 to 4 GPs.

The students who will be graded in this grade group are 2,795 in Lumbini, 2,707 in Koshi, 2,185 in Madhesh, 1,647 in Gandaki, 400 in Sudurpaschim and 240 in Karnali. In terms of percentage, those who get 3.6 to 4 GPA are 3.93 in Gandaki, 3.52 in Koshi, 3.38 in Lumbini, 2.82 in Madhesh, 0.73 in Sudurpaschim and 0.64 in Karnali.
There are many students who get 3.20 to 3.60 GPA in Bagmati province. There are 20 thousand 221 students of Bagmati in this grade group. Which is 20.37 percent of the total number of students giving SEE from this province.

In this grade group, there are 8 thousand 332 students from Koshi, 8 thousand 449 from Madhesh, 4 thousand 693 from Gandaki, 6 thousand 813 from Lumbini, 1 thousand 320 from Karnali and 1 thousand 810 from Far West.

Calculating in percentage, those who get 3.2 to 3.6 GPA are 11.20 in Gandaki, 10.92 in Madhesh, 10.85 in Koshi, 8.42 in Lumbini, 3.55 in Karnali and 3.33 in Sudurpaschim.

There are many students from Bagmati who get 2.80 to 3.20 GPA. There are 19 thousand 288 students from Bagmati, 11 thousand 512 from Madhesh and 11 thousand 629 from Koshi, 10 thousand 201 from Lumbini, 8 thousand 12 from Far West, 6 thousand 857 from Gandaki and 3 thousand 688 from Karnali.

There are fewer students from Bagmati in the lowest grade group i.e. 0.80 to 1.2 GPA. Most of them are 719 from Lumbini, 633 from Sudurpaschim, 265 from Madhesh, 264 from Koshi, 124 from Karnali, 113 from Bagmati and 82 from Gandaki.

10,573 people from Lumbini have the highest number of 1.2 to 1.6 GPA under the weak grade group. Similarly, there are 8 thousand 833 people from Far West, 7 thousand 250 from Madhesh, 4 thousand 958 from Koshi, 2 thousand 543 from Bagmati, 2 thousand 58 from Gandaki and 254 from Karnali.

Those who get less than 1.60 GPA will not be allowed to study class 11. They will have to take the grade enhancement test to be eligible for class 11.

Images mentioned above related to are either copyright property of ICT-Samachar or respective image owners.

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is senior ICT professional who talks about #it, #cloud, #servers, #software, and #innovation. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal. Facebook: rabinsxp Instagram: rabinsxp

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *