Help desk for SEE students by the Ministry
The help desk has been set for the SEE students.
SEE will only be operated after lockdown review: Ministry
The Nepal Teachers’ Federation has arranged a help desk to help students who are waiting for the Secondary Education Examination (SEE).
Federation has arranged a help desk with a view to providing 24 hours supports to the students of Nepali, English, mathematics, science, and social subjects.
Since the students who have been preparing for SEE are in a dilemma, confusion and uncomfortable position due to their exam being canceled just a day ago of its scheduled date, and till now there is no sign of exam happening in the near future due to the lockdown. and According to Baburam Thapa, president of FNCCI, seven teachers will be in direct contact with the students who are preparing for the SEE.
The world has been plagued by a devastating outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus so far. Thousands have died and millions have been infected with the coronavirus. This order is gaining momentum. In this critical situation, by pursuing all measures of security, Chairman Thapa has also urged all the students who are waiting for the SEE to prepare for the exams without any hesitation.
He also urged the nearly five lakh candidates awaiting the SEE to prepare for the exam rather than being confused as to when he exam will be held.
“I urge students to make the most of the help desk,” said Thapa, “I would like to call on all the teacher, and all the provinces, districts and local committees of the federation to actively support the students’ reading and learning at their own level.”
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology informed that the SEE exam will be conducted only after a review of lockdown. The spokesperson of the ministry, Deepak Sharma, said that the exam board will conduct the SEE examination only after the government reviews the lockdown. “There is no way to tell when a lockdown will be opened when looking at the world environment, so only when such conditions are created where the students will be able to arrive at the test center stress-free then only the exams will be conducted.” Spokesman Sharma said, “There is no need for students to be frustrated. Coronavirus has not been able to spread its outbreak in our country like in other countries. For this reason, the exam that was supposed to be held from March 4 is now delayed. So, as soon as it is comfortable, the exam will be conducted. Therefore, the students can stay in a prepared position by taking the online classes prepared by the Ministry and communicating with their teachers via telephone and discussing the problems.”
According to the National Examination Board, this year there are 4 lakhs, 82 Thousand and 707 students waiting for the SEE. A total of 1,939 examination centers have been set up across the country. The board informed that the SEE question paper has been kept safe at the police post near the examination center.