SLC Examination History in Nepal

 SLC examination History in Nepal

The School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination was initially presented in Nepal in 1934 and the Durbar High School which was worked only to instructed the offspring of the decision dictator Rana tradition in Nepal turned into the primary school to partake in the SLC exams.

In spite of the fact that Jung Bahadur Rana set up the Durbar High School, it was amid Shree 3 Ranodipsing’s residency and out of Dhir Shamsher activity that the school was extended up to review 10.

In spite of the fact that the Rana rulers working the Durbar High School gave authentications to understudies that finished review 10, their endorsements were not certify by remote instructive establishments. Because of this, the Durbar High School needed to get a connection with a universally perceived scholarly organization.

In 1880, after the Durbar High School figured out how to make an arrangement with the University of Calcutta in Kolkata, India, the primary cluster of Nepali understudies went to show up in SLC-eqivalent selection tests in the college. The administration bore every one of the costs of the understudies’ travel and convenience and Dhir Shamsher’s second child Khanga Shamsher was one of the examinees to go to the exams. Khanga Shamsher couldn’t pass the exams, yet got a decoration at any rate since he was an understudy from the Rana family. Dhir Shamsher’s another child, Chandra Shamsher, was the primary Nepali to pass the SLC-equal selection tests of the Calcutta University. Some other prominent names to pass the exam were Shriniwas Giri, Kedarnarshingh Rana, Balban Singh Pradhan and Asthaman Rajbhandari.

The Durbar High School’s alliance with the Calcutta University and this type of SLC examination went on for a long time till 1917. In any case, since the quantity of understudies were developing every year and strategic and in addition monetary weights were expanding, the Nepal government requested that the Calcutta University build up an exam focus in Kathmandu. The college denied the demand. As an option, a comparative demand was made to Patna University which acknowledged the offer to set up an exam focus in Kathmandu and authorize recently settled Tri-Chandra College as one of its units.

In spite of the fact that in 1934 the SLC examination, on a basic level, went under the control of Nepal government’s Department of Education, still the exams exercises were run and administered by the Patna University authorities. In the long run beginning 1946, Nepal was fit for leading the SLC exams itself and from that point forward a huge number of Nepali understudies have showed up in the SLC exams. With its long history, expert and ubiquity, the SLC examination framework has experienced a gigantic change after some time.