The National Examinations Board (NEB) has reached the final stage to publish results of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), said the NEB.
Recording results in computer is underway after answer sheet checking, re-checking and tallying, said the Board Chairperson Dr Mahashram Sharma.
"Work is ongoing with the target of publishing results in the first week of July. Only technical work remains," he said.
SEE started on 31 March, 2023.
The total 485,396 students from 12,083 schools (both community and private) sat the test from 2,037 examination centres across the country. The examinees included 242,712 girls and 242,674 boys.