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Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) was established in 1989 under the Higher Secondary Education Act.
The board is involved in running the 10 + 2 system in the country.
Nepal National Commission of Education 1992 recommended the importance of the 10 + 2 structure in the education system and viewed it as the first step towards specialization.
Incorporating extra two years in school education was a change in the existing educational structure aiming at meeting the middle level manpower and imparting necessary knowledge and skills to the students pursuing further education.
The higher secondary education in Nepal, is nothing more than the result of globalization, a need to come in terms with the global markets when the world is turning into a global village, and the countries, borderless.
The structure of school education in Nepal:
|Primary Level||(grade 1 - 5)|
|Lower Secondary||(grade 6 - 8)|
|Secondary||(grade 9 - 10)|
|Higher Secondary||(grade 11 - 12)|
The ninth plan as well as the tenth plan (current five year plan) of the government is determined to implement special programs for reducing caste-based, gender based and other inequalities in both secondary and higher secondary levels. The plan also says the proficiency certificate level programs of the universities will be phased out to higher secondary schools.
The report of the Nepal National Commission of Education (1992) reiterated the earlier recommendation to include the 10 + 2 program in the education system, and also viewed it as the first step towards specialization. However, it was felt that the program should essentially focus on the need for meeting the requirements of middle level manpower, and for imparting necessary knowledge and skills to the students pursuing further education.