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How to Check SEE Result 2080 Via Website, SMS, IVR

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How to Check SEE Result 2080 Online Via Website, SMS, IVR

The National Examination Board (NEB) of Nepal has streamlined the process for students to check their Secondary Education Examination (SEE) results for 2080 to be published on 13 Ashad 2081, till 10:00 AM. Results can be accessed through various means such as websites, SMS, and IVR. This post provides a comprehensive guide on how to check your SEE results through these methods.

Check SEE Result 2080 Via SMS and IVR

Authorized Organizations and Shortcodes:

To check your SEE results via SMS or IVR, you can use the following shortcodes provided by authorized organizations:

  1. Nepal Telecom

    • SMS: Send your symbol number to 1600
    • IVR: Dial 1600 and follow the instructions
  2. Swift Technology Pvt. Ltd.

    • SMS: Send your symbol number to 34455
  3. Janaki Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

    • SMS: Send your symbol number to 35001
  4. Easy Service Pvt. Ltd.

    • SMS: Send your symbol number to 34949
  5. Akash Tech Pvt. Ltd.

    • SMS: Send your symbol number to 31003

Check SEE Result 2080 Via Websites

You can also check your SEE results online through the following authorized websites:

  1. NEB, Examination Control Office Class 10, Sanothimi

    • Website:
  2. National Examination Board (NEB), Sanothimi

    • Website:
  3. Nepal Telecom

    • Website:
  4. Swift Technologies Pvt Ltd

    • Website:
  5. Edusanjal

    • Website:
  6. Kantipur Publications Ltd.

    • Website:
  7. Khalti Pvt Ltd

    • Website:
  8. Esewa Limited

    • Website:
  9. Phonics Education Foundation

    • Website:
  10. Ncell Asiata Limited

Method to Check the SEE Result After Publishing

Key Details of the Examination

  • Examination Schedule: The SEE examination began with the compulsory English paper and concluded on the 27th of Chaitra 2080.
  • Participants: A total of 504,414 students registered for the examination.
    • Gender Representation: 250,772 girls and 253,627 boys participated.
    • Geographical Spread: Students from various regions participated, with Kathmandu hosting the highest number of candidates (38,813). Additionally, an international center in Japan accommodated 23 students.
  • Examination Centers: 2,064 centers were set up across the country, with the Bagmati province having the most centers (441).
  • Result Publication Date: The results are expected to be published by the 14th of Ashad 2081.

SEE 2080 Results: Announcing with New Letter Grading System

The National Examination Board (NEB) is set to release the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) results for 2080 by the second week of Ashad, 2081. This year, the results will be evaluated using the new Letter Grading Directive, 2078, which separates theoretical and internal assessments. Here’s what you need to know about the new system and its implications for students.

Key Points

Minimum Passing Marks

  • Theoretical Exams: Students must achieve at least 35% in theoretical exams. For a theoretical exam worth 75 marks, this translates to a minimum score of 26.25.
  • Internal Assessments: Students need to score 40%, or 10 marks, in an internal assessment worth 25 marks.

Grading System

  • Conversion to Grades: Theoretical and internal assessment marks will be converted into grades.
  • Non-Graded (NG) Mention: Failure to score 35% in any subject will result in an NG mention on the certificate, preventing students from progressing to class 11 without passing a grade improvement exam.

Grade Improvement

  • Retake Policy: Students can retake exams in up to two subjects for grade improvement. If students fail to achieve 35% in more than two subjects, they must retake all exams the following year.

New Directive Changes

Previous System

  • Combined Marks: Previously, theoretical and practical exam marks were combined, and students received grades up to E.
  • Improvement Exams: Students scoring a C (32 marks) or lower could take improvement exams.

Criticism and Task Force

  • Quality Concerns: The letter grading system faced criticism for reducing learning quality.
  • Government Response: A task force was formed, recommending a minimum of 35% marks in each theoretical part to pass.

Impact on Results

  • Increased Failures: The new directive is expected to increase the number of students failing the SEE this year. This estimation is based on the recent class 8 municipal level exam results, which also followed separate evaluations for theoretical and internal exams.

Implications for Students

Grade Improvement Exams

  • Retake Opportunities: Students failing to score the required marks can take improvement exams in two subjects.
  • Full Retake Requirement: If students fail to secure 35% marks in more than two subjects, they must retake all exams the following year.

Class 8, 10, and 12 Evaluations

  • Separate Evaluations: The Letter Grading Directive requires separate evaluations for theoretical and internal exams across these classes.
  • Weaker Results: This change resulted in weaker class 8 results and is likely to increase NG grades in the SEE results.

Grade Determination According to the Letter Grading Directive

Percentage Achieved GPA Grade in Letters Description of Achieved Level
Above 90 4 A+ Outstanding
80 to below 90 3.6 A Excellent
70 to below 80 3.2 B+ Very Good
60 to below 70 2.8 B Good
50 to below 60 2.4 C+ Satisfactory
40 to below 50 2 C Acceptable
35 to below 40 1.6 D Basic
Below 35 - NG Non-Graded


The SEE results for 2080 can be easily accessed through multiple platforms. Whether you prefer checking your results online, via SMS, or through IVR, the NEB has ensured a seamless process for all students. Stay informed and prepared to check your results using the method that suits you best.

For any further updates or information, please visit the official NEB websites or contact the authorized organizations directly.


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