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Higher Secondary School Association Nepal (HISSAN) is an organisation of private higher secondary schools and colleges across Nepal. Its executive committee of Kathmandu district has been organising and initiating some academic and scholarly programs since the starting of the institution. HISSAN is a professional association established in 1996.
HISSAN is responsible for all the activities, programs, examinations, Hissan routine and its results, in private schools and colleges in Nepal. HISSAN aims to enhance cordial relation, harmony and cooperation among its members who will be instrumental in developing quality human resources for the nation. HISSAN takes examination and publishes HISSAN routine.
HISSAN in Nepal
HISSAN’s main objective is to provide necessary support and consultancy to the Higher Secondary Schools in Nepal for their academic development. Other than this, HISSAN also assists in exchange of academic and intellectual development among the Higher Secondary Schools in order to facilitate and enhance quality teaching-learning activities in a quality and disciplined environment.
As HISSAN is responsible for Higher Secondary Schools in Nepal. It secures protection and promotes professional rights, welfare and investment of all Higher Secondary Schools and their founders, teachers, and staff-members by making the Higher Secondary Schools unaffected by policies and giving them permanent affiliation.
HISSAN also provides scholarship to help the needy and marginalized students of remote areas in Nepal. With organizing various social service-oriented programs, it contributes to the society and community. HISSAN is also responsible for forming and implementing code-of-conduct in order to ensure conductive environment, HISSAN promotes healthy competition among various Higher Secondary Schools across the country.
How to check HISSAN routine
HISSAN always publishes the examination routine for grade 11 and grade 12 every year. According to last year’s routine (2073-2074 BS), the examination started on 073/11/17 and ended on 073/11/27 for grade 12. Likewise, for grade 11 the examination started on 073/12/28 and ended on 073/12/29. The examination time for Management, Education and Humanities stream: 7 am to 10 am, whereas Science stream: 11:30 am to 2:30 pm.
All students can check their full examination routine through the internet or by contacting with their respective schools and colleges or by even directly contacting with HISSAN. To check the full examination routine, you can go to www.hissan.org.np. This is the official HISSAN website where you can find all the information regarding the examination, as well as HISSAN’s aims, objectives and what they plan to do in the future.
Examination routine will be on the News and Events section of the page. If the students have any problem or confusion regarding the examination routine and time, they should directly contact with HISSAN.
HISSAN stands for Higher Institutions and Secondary Schools’ Association Nepal. HISSAN regularly monitors colleges and publishes HISSAN routine. As the name suggests, it is an association of the higher secondary schools of Nepal that is privately funded. Its office lies in Trade Tower Nepal, Thapathali, Kathmandu and it was established in 1996.
The role of private sector in imparting higher secondary level education has been remarkable in Nepal. The education sector of Nepal constitutes about 56 percentage of financial investment by the private sector in the important areas of science and technology like medicine, engineering, forestry, agriculture and others. Such all privately funded higher secondary schools’ association; HISSAN has been working to enhance the quality of education in the respective level.
HISSAN has dedicated itself to provide high standard education to its students so that they can make use of it in their further life. HISSAN operates through its committees. There are three committees of HISSAN which are Central Committee, Advisory Committee and District Committee. These committees make the important decision regarding the education system in the higher secondary levels of the schools.
It provides important decisions for the academic development of Higher Secondary Schools. It is responsible for the protection and promotion of the students and its employees as well. The code of conduct to be maintained by the students and the employees is also decided by HISSAN. It encourages a healthy competition among the higher secondary schools that helps them to bring improvement in themselves.
With the amendment of Education act in 2016 July and its amendment, new president of HISSAN has been elected who is Ramesh Silwal, chief of Golden Gate College. The structures and roles of the organization have been redefined making it an umbrella organization of schools and universities.
HISSAN Routine Grade 11 and Grade 12
If you want to check the HISSAN routine for class 11 and 12 then follow the steps below:
- Go to the official website of HISSAN that is hissan.org.np. (It is the official website of HISSAN that provides complete information regarding it.)
- After the page opens, you can see various sections there like home, About HISSAN, Committee, Links, Gallery, News and Events, Downloads, Result and Contact.
- To know your routine, click on the “News and Events” Section.
- The page for respective section opens and if your routine has been published then it will be shown in the page.
- Click on the respective link to view the full information. Different subjects, their respective subject code, date and time of the examination will be mentioned there.