The National Examination Board (NEB) has announced the results for this year’s Secondary Education Examination (SEE), revealing that out of 444,785 students who took the exam, only 47.86 percent passed.

Consequently, 242,920 students are now eligible to advance to Grade 11. Among the successful candidates, 186 students achieved GPA of 4.

This year marked the introduction of a new policy requiring students to score at least 35 percent in the theoretical portion of each subject to be graded. As a result, 52.14 percent of examinees were classified as non-graded (NG).

The results were published according to the Letter Grading Guideline-2078 BS, following the new syllabus introduced this year.
A total of 467,000 students participated in the regular SEE examinations, which began on March 28, along with an additional 21,000 students who took part in grade increment exams.

The NEB has provided multiple avenues for students to access their results. These include various websites, SMS, and IVR services. The specific codes for accessing results via SMS and IVR are as follows:
•⁠ ⁠Nepal Telecom: Code 1600
•⁠ ⁠Swift Technology Pvt Ltd: Code 34455
•⁠ ⁠Janaki Technology Pvt Ltd: Code 35001
•⁠ ⁠Easy Service Pvt Ltd: Code 34949
•⁠ ⁠Akash Tech Pvt Ltd: Code 31003

Additionally, results can be viewed on the websites of the National Examination Board, Office of the Controller of Examinations, Grade 10, Nepal Telecom, Khalti, Esewa, and Ncell.

The NEB has also scheduled re-examinations for students who did not receive a grade. These re-exams will take place on August 2 and 3, 2024. A total of 242,314 students did not pass the SEE exam this year, and 115,834 of these students will have the opportunity to retake the exam within 90 days.