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SEE begins from today

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BHAKTAPUR — The Secondary Education Examination (SEE) of Grade 10 has started from Thursday morning. The SEE has started across the nation from 8:00 am this morning.

The Office of the Controller of the Examination, Sanothimi, has said that a total of 485, 586 students registered for the exams.

Some 64,762 human resources have been deployed to hold the SEE in a peaceful manner. The examination will be conducted in 1,956 exam centers across the country from 8 am to 11 pm.

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Examinations Controller Ambika Prasad Regmi said employees and security personnel required for the SEE have already reached examination centres on Wednesday itself.

The SEE under general stream would run till March 31 while the exam under technical stream will end on April 3.

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Tiger population increased in Nepal

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KATHMANDU — At a time when the number of tigers in many countries is witnessing a decline, the population of tigers has almost doubled in under a decade in Nepal, according to a recent survey led by the government.

The latest tiger census report — released on Sunday to mark the National Conservation Day — puts the number of big cats at 235, nearly double from the recorded 121 tigers in 2009, making Nepal the first country on track to meet the international goal of doubling the tiger population by 2022.

The success of tiger conservation in Nepal has been largely attributed to the country’s commitment for the adoption of innovative tools and approaches towards conserving these big cats.

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Although the number of wild tigers dropped by more than 95 per cent since the 20th century, now, for the first time in conservation history, their numbers are on the increase.

According to World Wildlife Fund (WWF), an organisation dealing with wildlife conservation and endangered species, this news can help Nepal become the first country to double its national tiger population since the ambitious Global Tiger Recovery Plan (TX2), a goal to double tiger numbers in the wild by 2022.

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