How to check NEB Grade 12 Results 2076?

2019-07-29

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National Examination Board (NEB), Sanothimi, Bhaktapur is likely to publish the results of Class 12 - Science Management, Humanities, and Education 2076 today of no technical difficulties is encountered. A meeting has been called by NEB for publishing the result.

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The Grade 12 (XII) exam was held from Baishakh 15 to Baishakh 26, 2076 (April 28 to May 09, 2019). Generally, NEB used to publish the results of ‘Grade 12 - Science’ a month ahead earlier than those of ‘Grade 12 - Management, Humanities, and Education’ but since 2075 B.S. the results of Grade 12 examination are published in the same date for all subjects.

Like previous years the result will be published in the form of Grade Point Average (GPA), with the highest GPA being 4.00. 

How to view NEB Grade 12 Results 2076?

View NEB Result 2075/76 Online Via Websites:

You can check the result on https://neb.edusanjal.com/ at free of cost. 

Students can check Class 12 Science, Management, Humanities, and Education Results with full mark-sheet in via various websites, SMS service providers, and/or IVR services.

Students can view the results of Grade XII Science, Management, Humanities and Education with mark sheet at  once the result is published at free of cost.

Apart from edusanjal (https://neb.edusanjal.com/) Students can also view Class 12 Result 2075/76 at the websites of National Examination Board (NEB), Nepal Telecom and so on.

View Class 12 Results via SMS/IVR:

You can also check SEE Result 2075/76 via SMS/IVR. For this, you have to send an SMS via your mobile phone to the numbers by typing your Symbol number.

Grading System in Plus Two:

Previously the results of Grade 11 and Grade 12 examination used to be published in Percentage but NEB has introduced the letter grading system for Grade 11 and 12 Results recently.

The Grade XI and XII Result come out in the form of GPA (Grade Point Average), with the highest GPA being 4.00. The GPA is based on the percentage of each of the subjects (Average of Theory and Practical Marks).

Find more about how the grades are given in this image.