Kathmandu, July 12
The board says that there was a delay in announcing the SEE (grade 10) results due to answer sheets not arriving in Kathmandu on time.
Exam Controller Arjun Rayamajhi says that even though the board had planned to release the results in the second week of July, it could not do so due to technical reasons.
“If things go as planned, it should come out on the week starting from July 17,” says Rayamajhi.
There are 56 checking centres in the country. All these centres submitted answer sheets to the board on July 5.
The board had said that the province would update the marks of the students. But since the provinces did not have the software required to do so, they sent all answer sheets to Kathmandu.