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55.5 per cent passes SLC exams



BHAKTAPUR: The Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE), Sanothimi, on Monday afternoon published the results of School Leaving Certificate (SLC) exams for the academic session 2067 BS.

Under the regular category, a total of 2,20,766 students passed the exams, with pass percentage standing at 55.5, the OCE said in a press statement. Among them 1,24,305 are boys and 96,461 are girls.

Of those passing the iron gate, 23,0499 achieved distinction marks; 82,619 passed in the first division; 1,09795 second division and the rest in 8241 third division.

As many as 4,54,022 students had appeared in the exams conducted in March this year.

Likewise, under the exempted category, 9733 students passed the exams with the pass percentage of 17.30. Combining both the categories 2,30,509 students made it through the iron gate.

This year’s pass percentage is 8.81 percent lesser than that of last year, which stood at 64.31 per cent.

The results will be published on websites of the OCE's and Nepal telecom The students have to enter their symbol numbers on the sites to know their results.

can also obtain their results on mobile phone by sending an SMS to 2722 (THT Live), 1600 (Nepal Telecom) and 1215 (UTL).

The results will be published on Tuesday's edition of The Himalayan Times English daily.

Secretary for Ministry of Education Shankar Prasad Pande (C) announcing the results of (SLC). Photo/IshworKhaiju

The SLC results provided by the OCE being uploaded in the Internet.Photo/Ishwor Khaiju


No, this is not the SLC result. It is not a fair test of the School level. If it was then, how can one miss one whole 100 points if he had given the most perfect exam in that particular subject? Pratik Pradhan, Brampton, Ontario, Canada

ye thanks for the information. 55.5 percent only ow no..... Sagar Chamling Rai, Biratnagar

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