In this article, we will clear you about the SEE result 2080 checking method and its related discipline. The full form of the NEB is the National Examination Board. The national examination board conducts the exams for SEE and +2.
|National Examination Board
|Number of Students
|Around 7 Lakhs
NEB is the official government organization to conduct the exam and publish the result of plus two, SEE. Neb is the transformed form of HSEB( higher secondary examination board).
It is located in Sanothimi, Bhaktapur. NEB has offices in all provinces located at Morang, Janakpur, Kathmandu, Pokhara, Butwal, Birendranagar, and Dhangadi, and it also has branch offices in Lahan, Hetauda, Ghorahi, Kohalpur, and Dadeldhura. The main aim of NEB is to prepare skilled human power for the development of the country
About SEE (Secondary Education Examination)
SEE refers to the Secondary Education Examination. Every student should take the exam to pass Grade 10. Before 2073 (2016), SEE was called SLC (School Leaving Certificate). At that time, SLC was also called Iron Gate for the students.
SLC has more importance in the life of the student, and there is more popularity for it than during this period. At that time, the result will also be published in the percentage, but now the SEE result is published in the grading system. The grading system makes it easier for students to pass the exam and achieve higher grades.
SEE Result 2080 Update
NEB will publish the SEE result faster than any other result. Because the SEE result is more important than other results for the students, After SEE, many students want to join different faculties. So NEB has published the SEE result fast.
The exam for SEE will be held in the chaitra of 2079, and the results will be published in the first week of April. The duration of the exam and result is only three months.
How to check SEE result ?
There are several ways to check the results: by SMS or by website. It will take a few hours to show your result on the website, so you should wait at least 3–4 hours after publishing the result.
Many websites will show the result. Some of them are mentioned below. Some websites may not work properly, so use another website if any of them do not work.
SEE result check : SMS method
Due to the heavy traffic website online method will be delay so SMS method is the best choice for you to know the result with marks. Some of SMS method will show only GPA.
Checking method :
- Open the message box.
- Compose the new message.
- Type SEE <space> Symbol Number and send 1600
- You will recieve message instant.
SEE result check : Online | website method
You can see the result with marksheet following method. Please wait some hour after publishing result notice. Due to heavy traffic website cannot work at that time.
- Open your broswer.
- Type : see.ntc.net.np or Click here
- You can see the 2 option.
- SEE home
- If you wanna know the GPA result you can click on SEE home. DOB not required
- For full marksheet you can choose the gardesheet option. DOB- Date of brith and symbol number both required for this method
List of SEE Result Websites 2080
Please try all following website :
SEE grading system in Nepal
Grading System and Points
|90 to 100
|80 to below 90
|70 to below 80
|60 to below 70
|50 to below 60
|40 to below 50
|30 to below 40
|20 to below 30
|0 to below 20
Grading to Percentage calculator
Grade to Percentage Converter
How can I check my see 2080 result?
Open the message box.
Compose the new message.
Type SEE <space> Symbol Number and send 1600
You will recieve message instant.
Is D grade pass or fail in Nepal 2080?
Its not acceptable so you can give re-exam.
Message from us
Don’t loose hope, please give re-exam if you got not acceptable grades in result. But don’t take bad decision.
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