In the results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) published by the National Examination Board, the number of students with high GPA and those with low GPA has decreased, while the number of students in the middle GPA group has increased compared to the previous exams taken by the board.
The GPA ranges of 3.2-3.6 and 3.6-4 have declined. There are 9,633 students in the 3.6-4 GPA category. 1.94 percent of all students have a high GPA. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak in the previous two years, the board, which has independently confirmed the school's internal evaluation, performed the test this year. As a result, 1.88 percent fewer students than in the academic session 2075 received a GPA of 3.6-4.0.
Similarly, 41,627 students out of 2078 received a GPA between 3.2 and 3.6. The number represents 8.40 percent of all students. Additionally, this group's GPA is 2.74 percent lower than 2075.
The number of students with GPAs between 2.8 and 3.2, 2.4 and 2.8, and 2.0 to 2.4 has improved in the SEE result 2078 compared to the SEE result 2075, whereas the number of students with GPAs between 1.6 and 2.0 and below 1.6 has declined.
From province number 1, a total of 84 thousand 4 hundred 91 students have passed. According to the National Examination Board's results, 174 percent of the students from Province 1 passed based on the overall passing rate.
Similarly, 1 lakh 7 thousand 425 students from Bagmati province and 76 thousand 8 hundes 47 from Madhes province also passed the examination. Bagmati has a pass percentage of 21.67.
Similarly, 46 thousand 129 people have passed from Gandaki province, 46 thousand 487 from Lumbini province, 37 thousand 3 hundred 62 from Karnali, and 57 thousand 10 from Sudurpaschim province. The results of 4 lakh 95 thousand 7 hundred 51 candidates have been published from all provinces.