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Class eleven supplementary exam to be held in Magh

In an annual examination of class eleven held in Jestha, 58 thousand students could not pass one subject, most of the students have failed in English. However, they still have a chance to graduate without losing a year as Examination Control Division has already published the date of back paper examination and it will be held in Magh. According to the examination controller, Santosh Arayal, 58,483 students will be appearing the examination. Out of which 23,483 students will be taking the English examination, 14,660 students will be taking account examination, 3,760 students will be taking education examination and 3,606 students will be taking physics examination. Supplementary examinations will be held in thirty-eight subjects.

As per the report, for the convenience of the examinee, this time there will be nearly one hundred examination centers. For that, Board had directed each regional department under it. By the end of 20th Poush, the number of examination centers in each district will be allocated.

The exam will commence from 8th of Magh and if things go as per plan the result will be published by the end of the same month. The board has planned to publish the notice to fill up the examination form for the final term examination of +2 in Magh. So, if the result will get published within the targeted time, students can fill up the form at once.

Prioritizing the convenience of the students, this time board has arranged the collection of examination form for the departments in Morang, Siraha, Janakpur, Makawanpur, Kathmandu, Kaski, Rupendehi, Butwal, Dang, Banke, Nepaljung, Dhangadi, Dadeldhura.

According to Mr.  Aryal, students who have failed in one subject should not wait long to take re-examination following the newly scheduled supplementary examination. The board has been conducting +2 level education in Management, Science and Education.