Congratulation to all those who passed Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) XII exam. For those who could not make it this time, remember the world is not over yet. Best of luck for the next time.
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KATHMANDU: The Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) published the results of Grade XII exams under the science faculty on Sunday.
About 72.31 per cent of regular students passed the exams, while only 46.79 per cent of examinees succeeded in the partial category.
A total of 35,774 -- 30,200 as regular and 5,574 partial -- students had taken the exams conducted in conducted in April.
The results of commerce and humanities streams will be published later.
source: THT online
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Thursday, July 12, 2012
Kathmandu, July 11: National Seismological Center web portal reported an earthquake hit southern Bajhang today. Earthquake measuring M4.9 was epicentered in southern Bajhang in western Nepal at 17:23 UTC on July 11 (or 23:08pm local time same day). No records of casualties reported so far.
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Saturday, July 7, 2012
(updated daily at approx 18:00 NPT)
View Rainfall Data for Kathmandu this month in tabular format
Monthly Rainfall trend and number of wet days
Past 30 years Annual & Monthly rainfall pattern
What is the wettest month in Kathmandu?
- July (average monthly rainfall is 356.5mm with 22 wet days)
What is the driest month in Kathmandu?
- November (average 8mm of rainfall with just 1 wet day)
What is the maximum 24 hours rainfall received in Kathmandu and when?
- 177mm in July 23, 2002
What is the maximum monthly rainfall in Kathmandu and when?
- 591.5mm in July 2003
What is average annual rainfall?
Which is the wettest year?
- 2002 (total annual 1871mm of rain)
Which is the driest year?
- 1991 (total annual 1068mm of rain)
What is average number of wet days in a year?
- 104 days (with 24 hour precipitation > 0.1mm of rain)
Is there any relation between weather / rainfall amount and load shedding in Nepal?
- Yes! Because most of the hydel projects in Nepal are based on Run-Off-River (ROR) type amount of precipitation highly influences power generation. Lesser rainfall yields longer load shedding hours in cold and dry season (winter - spring time). Note: load shedding pattern based on past 5 years data.
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data: Meteorological Forecasting Division, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, World Meteorological Organization, yalamandu.com
Month-wise weather trends in recent years:
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