Grade 12 board examination result published and the students are not at all happy with their result.

Recently, the board examination results of class 12 of Nepal was published and many of the students were not at all happy with their results.

The National Examinations Board has published the results of the grade 12 examinations held from May 9 to 19.

Earlier a meeting of the Board held this afternoon had decided to announce the result of Grade 12. A total of 467,389 students from 1,457 exam centers across the country had participated in the exams.

A total of 372,637 examinees appeared in the grade 12 examinations in 1,453 exam centres across the country.

Out Of the total 371,637 students who sat for the examination, 6,976 secured a grade point average higher than 3.61.

As per the results, 6,976 students secured a grade point average (GPA) between 3.61 to 4. Similarly, 38,999 students got GPAs between 3.21 to 3.60.

“As many 182,926 students are in the non-graded category,” said Mahashram Sharma, the board chairperson.

They will not be eligible to pursue undergraduate courses. The share of the students in the non-graded category is 49.09 percent of the total examinees. The number is a 2.81 percent decline from last year when 188,410 exam takers had failed to secure any grade.

According to the board, the grade-improving examinations will be conducted next month. Students who have been placed in the non-graded category, in a maximum of two subjects, can reappear in the grade-improving examinations. 

According to the Board, this year, over 56,000 took the exams for grade improvement. The grade sheet is available if the student secures a minimum of 35 percent marks in theory for each subject.

As per NEB, a total of 372,637 students attended the grade 12 exam in 2023 (2080 BS). Out of them, 6,976, 1.87 percent, of students managed to score between 3.60 and 4.0 GPA.

Similarly, 38,999 students (10.47%) scored between GPA 3.21 and 3.60; 69174 students (18.56%) scored between GPA 2.81 and 3.20; 63,077 students (16.93%) scored between GPA 2.41 and 2.80; 11,438 students (3.07%) scored between GPA 2.01 and 2.40; and 47 students (0.1%) scored between GPA 1.61 and 2.0.

The National Examination Board (NEB) has published the results of Class 12 (Grade 12) that was conducted in May 2023 (Baisakh, 2080 B.S.). Here is how you can check the +2 results.

You can effortlessly check your class 12 result for the year 2080 in real-time through various means such as the website, SMS, and IVR (Interactive Voice Response).

Before viewing the list of available sites check and view the +2 result 2080, let’s first list out the steps on how you check the results via the websites. The steps are similar for all the platforms.

  1. Go to the official NEB site or NTC site.
  2. Enter your symbol number and date of birth (if required).
  3. Hit enter or click on the “Search” button.
  4. You can now view the result.
  5. You may also have the option to download or print the result.

In addition to websites, the results of the Class 12 2080 can also be viewed using SMS. You can text a message in a pre-determined format to the following shortcodes

The results can be obtained by dialing 1600 or by sending a text to 1601 of Nepal Telecom.

Alternatively, you can also call 1601 using either your NTC SIM card or a landline number. Once connected, follow the instructions provided by the IVR, which is an automated telephone system, to access and retrieve your +2 results.

Dial *1600#

You can also dial *1600# and call to check class 12 results in 2023. Dial the USSD (*1600#) and follow the instruction to get your grade 12 result.

Class 12 Grading System

NEB has implemented a grading system for Class 12 in Nepal, using a four-point scale from A to E. The table below illustrates the Class 12 grading system in Nepal along with the corresponding percentage.

Marks in percentageGradeGrade Point AveragePerformance
70%–79%B+3.2Very Good
Less than 35%NGNot Graded

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