Nepal | November 24, 2020

SEE grade improvement programme in Province 5

Rastriya Samachar Samiti
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JHIMRUK: Province 5 Social Development Ministry has launched a result improvement programme targeting students of community schools to appear in the upcoming Secondary Education Examination (SEE).

The programme is primarily focused on improving results of math and science subjects.

The province government decided to implement the programme bearing in mind the previous year’s SEE results which was not up to the mark.

Schools in the district with more than 20 students in Grade 10 have been selected for the programme.

This year’s SEE has been scheduled from March 19 to 30.


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