The National Examination Board (NEB) has prescribed the minimum eligibility criteria for admission to class 11. Anyone who secures a GPA of 1.6 in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) will be eligible for admission to Class 11. According to the basis of student admission determined by the Curriculum Development Center, those who want to study physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics in class 11 must achieve at least a "C+ grade" in these four subjects in SEE and obtain a minimum GPA of 1.6 in the overall result.
The National Examination Board (NEB) has informed that those who want to study subjects other than physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics should have achieved a minimum GPA of 1.6 in SEE but there is no binding subject grade. According to NEB, apart from science, those who want to study mathematics as a compulsory and optional subject in education, management, and humanities must have obtained a 'C+ grade' in SEE.
According to the National Examination Board, there are 3,200 students who cannot be admitted to class 11 in SEE, for the time being, i.e. those who have a GPA of 0.8 to 1.2. The board has arranged a Grade Increment exam for these students. But the students who get higher GPAs will also be allowed to participate in the Grade Increment exam if they are not satisfied with the grade obtained.
For such students, the examination board has decided to conduct the Grade Increment examination on the 11th and 12th of Bhadra 2079. Those who have obtained a grade of 'C' or below will be allowed to participate in the Grade Increment examination for a maximum of two subjects.
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