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NEB preparing to announce SEE results by today evening

06 July 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The National Examination Board (NEB) is making final preparations to publish the results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) conducted in the academic session 2079 BS.

The Board said its preparation for the publication of the SEE results has come to a final stage.

With this, the results would be published by Thursday evening, the Board sources informed.

Examination Controller of the Examination Control Office Grade 10, Bishnu Narayan Shrestha said technical works, including computer data entry and re-checking, are being carried out after completing answer-sheet checking.

“We have come to a final stage to publish the SEE results by this evening. The results would be published today itself if technical problems did not come along”, he stated.

The Board has decided to publish the results as per the system adopted in 2072 BS.

NEB Chairperson Dr Mahashram Sharma informed the Board has arranged to easily access SEE results to be published today.

Students can access the results through the website, SMS and IVR. One can dial up 1600 to access the SEE results, the Board said.

Also, the results are accessible through the NEB and Nepal Telecom websites. One can dial 1600, 31003, 34949, 35001, and 31064 to get results through SMS.

The results would be accessible through,,, www.khaltif\.com,,,,,,,,,,,,, it is informed.

Publish Date : 06 July 2023 10:20 AM

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