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Zambian student passes SEE from Japan-based Nepali school

Kathmandu, June 28: A student from Zambia has passed this year’s Secondary Education Examination (SEE) from a Nepali school based in Tokyo, Japan. He is Chisa Tyris Kaweza, a student at the Everest International School located in the central part of Tokyo. Kaweza scored 2.95 GPA in the examination, said the School Principal Bishnu Prasad Bhatta.

From this school, 23 students, including nine boys and 14 girls, had appeared in SEE this year. They have all passed in the examination. Principal Bhatta said a majority of the students who tkk SEE from this school this year have passed the exam, scoring more than 3.8 GPA, he said. “All those students who took SEE have passed the exams with the best results,” he added.

The Embassy of Nepal in Tokyo has been monitoring the SEE conducted at this school.

More than half the students who sat for SEE-2023 have failed in the test, according to the SEE results published on Thursday by the National Examinations Board (NEB). Only 47.86 percent of the total students who took SEE passed the exams this year.

In this backdrop, it is viewed positive that a student from an African country has passed SEE from this school based overseas. The fourth batch of students had appeared in the SEE this year from this school established in 2013. There were 16 students at the school in the beginning and presently it has 450 students including Nepali and foreign ones. Six Japanese students are also studying at the school at present. The school runs classes according to the Nepali curriculum. The government of Japan has recognized the school as an international-standard school.

Sixty-two teachers from various countries including Nepal, Japan, India, Philippines and America are teaching at this school.

According to the School Principal Bhatta, the Everest International School in Tokyo is the only secondary school outside of Nepal that is run according to the Nepali curriculum. #rss #nepal #zambia #SEE

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