Source: Agencies

Source: Agencies

DHADING: Students of three schools in Dhading district are yet to get their SLC results due to negligence on the part of the Office of Controller of Examinations.
The candidates deprived of their SLC results are10 of Dhading Higher Secondary School, all the examinees of Sankosh Secondary School, Sankosh and 80 of Satyawati Higher Secondary School, Kampur.
“Guardians and the students have been furious due to the postponement of the results,” Krishna Prasad Dahal, Principal, Dhading Boarding, said.
Dipesh Silwal, chief of the examination department at District Education Office, informed that the practical marks in Computer of eighty students from Satyawati Higher Secondary School was missing.
Compared to last year’s results, 13 per cent less students got through the
exam this year in the district. In Kavre, around 50 per cent of the total students who had appeared in the SLC exam passed.
Of 8227 students who had attended the exam from the private and the government schools in the district, 3934 students passed the exam. Altogether 3634 regular students, 260 exempted students got the success,Kavre District Education Office informed.
Surya Prasad Lokaju, headmaster of Suryodaya Secondary School said
informed that the result of some of the students was withheld as their practical marks were missing. He said, “It may be that the Office of the Controller of the Examinations forgot to mention the practical marks.
“Similarly, it is found that practical marks of 73 students of various schools from the district are not included in the mark sheets, the Kavre DEO said.
All the 28 students of Deaf School in Kavre, who had attended the exam under open school programme, passed the exam, the DEO said.
In Bhojpur, 81.78 per cent of students passed the SLC exam this year.
Of them 2442 regular students and 401 exempted students passed the exam,the DEO said.
A report from Chitwan said, of 8906 students attending the exam from the district, 5535 students passed the exam from the district, the DEO said.The pass percentage is 62.15 in the district. The result this year was not as good as it was last year, district education officer, Gopal Krishna Poudel said.
Meanwhile, a report from Pokhara said, all the visually impaired students of Amarsingh Higher Secondary School of Pokhara and the hearing impaired students of Shirjana Bahira Higher Secondary School of Arghau have passed the exam.
According to Bijaya Prasad Adhikari, chief of visually impaired unit of Amarsingh Higher Secondary School, all the five visually impaired students passed the exam in the first division.