The British Council is requesting proposals services of International Examination Specialist to develop a detailed Terms of Reference and guidance on bidding and selection process for the 'establishment of item bank and capacity development for a standardised test at National Examination Board for TA 9215: Supporting Policies and Implementation in the School Sector Nepal's School Sector Development Plan - TA Facility. The TA is funded by EU and ADB and being implemented by the British Council.

The British Council as a part of its Package 1 of TA 9215: Supporting Policies and Implementation in the School Sector for program management, coordination and technical support to the government of Nepal (SSDP TA Facility) is looking for an International Examination Specialist to support the development of Terms of Reference (TOR) for procuring item development software and identify capacity development needs of NEB and other related agencies to rollout standardization of examination. The Specialist is expected to assess the current situation of standardization of examination of grade 8; prepare TOR for the supply of item banking software customised to the need of NEB, and identify capacity development needs for standardisation of examination.

Please send us your response at by 6 December 2020, 1700 hours along with a pricing approach and supplier response form with the title "ITEM BANKING– SSDP TA – RFP – British Council".

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