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Grade increment exam for class 12 students begins


 |  Kathmandu

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The National Examinations Board (NEB) has started conducting grade increment examination for class 12 students from today. 

NEB Chairperson Dr Mahashram Sharma said the grade increment exam is taking place from today for the students who obtained 'non-graded (NG)' in the results of class 12 published on August 15. 
NEB's Controller of Examinations, Krishna Prasad Sharma, said the examination is scheduled for today and Wednesday from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

A total of 123,396 students are attending the grade increment exam. Four hundred nineteen examination centres have been determined across the country for the same.  Of them, 79,584 students have got non-graded in one subject. 

As per the letter grading guideline, any subject with less than 35 per cent marks is non-graded (NG). The examination is taking place peacefully at all the exam centres across the country, shared Sharma.


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