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Preparations completed for Grade XI, XII examinations

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BHAKTAPUR — The Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB), Sanothimi, has completed all necessary preparations for conducting Grade 11 and 12 examinations.

The Grade 12 examinations will start on May 2 while Grade 11 exams will start on May 15.

At a press conference held on Friday, HSEB Examination Controller, Santosh Aryal, said that 346,427 students are taking exams in Grade 12 and 369,426 students in Grade 11.

Of the total number, Manang district has the least number of students appearing for the exams with 200 students while Kathmandu is expected to see the highest turnout with 114,322 students. A total of 921 examinations’ centres have been designated across the country, Aryal informed.

HSEB Vice Chairman, Dr Chaitanya Sharma, said that 31 monitoring teams will be formed to carryout inspections during the exams.

Sharma added that the teams will not only inspect the exams, but also the general situation of the schools hosting the exams.

The exams will take place from 7 am to 10 am, Sharma said, adding that arrangements were put in place for facilitating the differently-abled students as well as those in prison and child rehabilitation centres to appear in the exams.


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25 Ghariyal crocodiles released into Rapti River from CNP





CHITWAN — Twenty-five Ghariyal species of crocodiles from the crocodile breeding centre in Chitwan National Park (CNP) were released into Rapti River on Friday.

The act of releasing crocodiles into the natural habitat was carried out differently this time, with the involvement of local Bote, Majhi and Musahar communities.

The crocodiles were named after the three communities in a symbolic way to help preserve the endangered species.

The initiative was carried out by the National Trust for Nature Conservation, Chitwan with support of Zoological Society of London in Nepal.

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This innovative way of marking the crocodiles was carried out with the objective of increasing awareness of the locals in the protection and conservation of wildlife, said protection officer at CNP, Ved Bahadur Khadka.

Ghariyal species of crocodiles are now limited to Chitwan and Bardia only, and so far more than 1,000 Ghariyals have been released into the rivers. But only few have survived.

Latest census indicates there are only 198 of them in the rivers of Nepal. The crocodile breeding centre in CNP has 595 crocodiles at present, with a plan to release around 100 of them into their natural habitat this year.

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