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Currently, there used to be one code for the same subject in class 9/10 and another code in class 11/12.
Vishnunarayan Shrestha, Controller of National Examination Board, Class 10, said, “Now there will be a four-digit code for each subject. For example, the compulsory Nepali subject code will be the same in class 10 and class 12. Consistency makes it easier to remember subject codes.”
There are 15 compulsory subjects including general, Sanskrit and more than 50 optional subjects. Currently, there is a practice of giving three codes in all subjects. The code mentioned in class 10 and the same subject in class 12 do not match.
N said that now there will be a four-digit subject code. According to him, the number ‘1’ at the back indicates the theoretical and the number ‘2’ indicates the practical subject code. 1 or 2 will be compulsory after each subject. Currently, the compulsory subject code starts from 101.
Currently subject code 101 in SEE refers to the compulsory English subject, now the same code will refer to the compulsory English of class 12.
Similarly, compulsory Nepali code is 106, compulsory mathematics code is 109, compulsory science code is 111, social studies code is 123, compulsory health, population and environmental education code is 133 etc.
According to the new arrangement, now compulsory English subject code 101-1 or 101-2 will be maintained in SEE. 101-1 will be mentioned in the written examination.
Controller of Examinations Shrestha stated that due to this, the registration of class 9 could not be opened and said, “The subject code has been finalized. Registration will be opened soon in class 9.” In the past, it was customary to open the registration of class 9 in the month of October.
From now on, the code of schools across the country will remain the same. Until now, one code was maintained for the schools running up to class 10 and another code for schools running up to class 12.
There is a practice of maintaining codes for schools up to class 10 by the Center for Education and Human Resource Development and for schools up to class 12 by the National Examination Board.
Controller of Examination Vishnunarayan Shrestha informed that there is a theoretical agreement between the center and the board on this matter and said, “Because of this, the Integrated Educational Information Management System (IMIS) will also have the same school code.”