In Dhangadi, only 33 percent students passed in grade eight.

BLE also known as Basic Level Examination, is taken for each and every students of Nepal when they reach in grade eight by the Nepal Government.

Similarly, this year also the Government had took the BLE examination but out of the total students only 33 percent of the students obtained the required marks necessary for the promotion to the ninth standard.

The recently published results of the Basic Level Examination (BLE) for grade eight highlighted the poor quality of education in schools, mostly community schools, in Dhangadhi Sub Metropolitan City, the district headquarters of Kailali in Sudurpaschim province.

The results of the examination shocks everyone. It has reveled the actual state of education in Nepal. The results also show that the quality of education at schools in the metopoils is poor and this will jeopardise the future of students,” said Hamal.

The low pass percentage and the alarming rate of failure this year can be attributed to the tight monitoring of examination centres, says Khati.

Failing itself is not a bad thing but out of 4,533 students only 1,533 passing from both public and private sector is a very shameful thing for the quality of education in Nepal but we should take some lesson from each and everything and make improvement accordingly.

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