Prior to the test, which began on September 15 and ended on September 24, students over the age of 18 were vaccinated with an anti-covid dose. 12th class exams are being taken by 374,000 students.
The 12-year annual test for the COVID-19 epidemic began in Nepal on Wednesday. The annual examination, which was twice postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic, is now being conducted in the physical presence of students, which has officially opened the door for university level education.
“It’s okay to be held now. I think the exams should have been held a long time ago but it’s okay, it will be over soon so okay,” Abhishek Sigdell, a student participating in the exam, told ANI. Prior to the test, which began on September 15 and lasted until September 24, candidates over the age of 18 were vaccinated with an anti-covid dose. 3 lakh 64 thousand students sat for the class XII examination.
“The test halls we have set aside for this test have separate tables and chairs and only one student is allowed to sit on each bench. This is an internal examination environment. Students are allowed to come based on the situation, temperature of the student and a professional medical person, “Kumar Thapa, who is in charge of the examination center, told ANI.
The National Board of Education (NEB) has published a routine of conducting examinations from the Home Center so that students can take the examinations from the college where they are admitted. Earlier, the Education and Health Committee of the Parliament had requested the concerned authorities to vaccinate the Class XII students sitting for the board exams. A large number of students are gathering when the Himalayan nation is reporting the case of Kovid.
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), on Wednesday alone, it recorded 1,760 new cases with 1,220 recoveries and 7 deaths. A total of 16,844 tests were performed on Wednesday. Of these, 1,332 PCR and 428 antigen tests tested positive for the deadly virus. Kovid currently has 26,307 active cases across the country. Of these, 24,683 are in home isolation, 1,624 in institutional isolation, 407 in ICU and 129 in ventilator. Similarly, there are currently 218 people in quarantine.