Kathmandu, March 22
The National Examinations Board says students taking the Secondary Education Examinations (SEE candidates) can take the exams at their own school if they are visually impaired.
Examinations Controller Bishnu Narayan Shrestha says schools conducting classes for such students will be recognised as sub-centres. “We made this decision to make an easy environment for these students.”
Shrestha says concerned authorities at the district level have been informed of the decision.
Meanwhile, the board says preparations for the exams have been over. The exams will begin on March 31, for which 516,591 SEE candidates have been registered.
Shrestha says 2,037 schools have been assigned as exam centres.