Everyone can verify SEE result certificates issued by the Office of the Controller of Examinations, SEE Board in Nepal. This helps to find whether the SEE certificate is genuine or not.

The government website of the Office of Controller of Examinations, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, has a dedicated website (verify.soce.gov.np) to verify SEE results. The OCE official website can also verify old SLC result certificates.

Let’s talk about the benefits of this dedicated SEE result verification website.

  • You can check your SEE or SLC result by putting the symbol number, date of birth and exam passed year.
  • If you have taken SEE or SLC result many years before, also, you can check SEE or SLC result.
  • For employers, it is easy now to check whether submitted documents are genuine.
Verify SEE Result Certificate

Now, let’s learn how to check genuine SEE certificates.

SEE Certificate Verification

  1. You can go through the governmental website https://verify.soce.gov.np/index.php to get your SEE certificate. Students who had given SEE examination from 2057 to 2080 can check out their results here.
  2. Type your SEE symbol number, Date of birth, and the year you passed your SEE exam.
  3. Click ‘Get Result’. You will get your SEE examination result with your mark sheet.
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Graphical representation of each step.

soce website to verify SEE result

SEE certificate is very much valuable for the future. SEE is a minimum requirement for every working field.

How to check old SEE or SLC Results?

You can go to the website of the Nepal Government https://verify.soce.gov.np/index.php to get every mark sheet of SEE and SLC examination from 2057 BS to 2070 BS.

You must enter your symbol number, date of birth, and the year you enrolled in the SEE or SLC examination.

Nepal’s Government has taken this step as fake certificates are rapidly increasing in the market. We all must appreciate the action of the SEE Examination Department as the exam result will be more effective and will surely reduce fake SEE certificates.