Kathmandu, May 31: The second-phase of local election which was slated for Ashad 9 has been rescheduled for Ashad 14 and the National Examination Board (NEB) pre-poned the grade XI examination.
According to new routine, grade XI examination will start from Ashad 1 (UPDATED)
A meeting of the Council of Ministers held at the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers at Singha Durbar today has decided to postpone the second-phase local election for Ashad 9 to Ashad 14 taking into consideration especially the Muslim holy festival of Ramjan.
Due to this periodic revision of local election date, the students of grade XI who are waiting to give their examination are suffering alot. Approximately 4 lakh 50 thousands are going to sit for grade XI examination, which has been postponed twice.
According to the latest routine, the examination of Grade XI was rescheduled to commence from Ashad 8 which is bound to postpone again.
According to first routine it was scheduled to start from Baishakh 24, as the govt fixes the first phase of election on Baishakh 31, National examination Board re-scheduled the examination.
Then National examination Board rescheduled the routine and said that grade XI exam will start from Ashad 1; but the govt fixed date of second phase of election as Jestha 31, National examination Board again rescheduled the exam and said that exam will commence from Ashad 8; now govt of Nepal has fixed Ashad 14 as newest election date.
National Examination Board: Grade XI Exam will start from Baishakh 24
Govt of Nepal: Local level election will be held on Baishakh 31
National Exam Board: Grade XI exam rescheduled; exam will start from Ashad 1
Govt of Nepal: On Baishakh 31, local level election will be held only in some provinces and in remaining provinces local level election will held on Jestha 31
National Examination Board: Grade XI exam rescheduled: exam will start from Ashad 8
Govt of Nepal: Now second phase of election will be held on Ashad 9
Govt of Nepal: Second phase of election will be held on Ashad 14 instead of Ashad 9
National Examination Board: HUH...........?!!!!