Career options for students after SEE exam| +2 Management at Samriddhi School

April 22, 2019

“Hurray! SEE exam is over!” It feels like you are on cloud nine when you finally submit your final paper and come outside from the examination hall. You breathe FREEDOM after a decade of hard work and persistence. Throughout the school life, you have worked through deadline pressure, you have pull in multiple all nighters and you have put in consistent efforts to excel, and now it’s time to celebrate with your friends and loved ones. School life is a time where you have created love, friendship and bond that never will get lost. You have created memories that will last a lifetime and now, it’s the end of a chapter. While you move on to a new beginning, why not cherish the moment and sign on your friend’s shirt with best wishes and compliments.

The first few days after your SEE are always fun, fun and fun; you don’t want to do anything at all. But for how long?  As you come down to reality after you’re done with SEE, you start to realize that your life has just begun. Now, you start hearing from your parents, something like- “you are no longer a school kid anymore, you are independent, grown up. What are you planning to do after SEE?  What subject/stream are you going to take? Where have you applied to?” The list goes on. Of course, the concerns of your friends and family are of paramount importance, and you have to look at the bigger picture for your life.

Now that you have passed your SEE, and your ready for the next step. You have  three options for your higher studies in Nepal: either pursue + 2 or to technical or vocational course and if your still not satisfied with your options,  you can take an international accredited degree.

Currently, the Education system of Nepal is structured into two levels. Nowadays, SLC (School Leaving Certificate) examination will be held at the end of grade 12 instead of grade 10. As per the new legal provisions, students will have to take Secondary Education Examination (SEE) at the end of grade 10 and then, pursue their higher studies for the next two years, commonly known as plus 2 or 10+2 in Nepal. In addition, the government has adopted a Grade Point Average (GPA) system for exam evaluation, replacing the traditional percentage system.

Students wanting to enrol in different programmes of higher studies must not only obtain the minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) but also fulfil the courses requirement set by the National Examination Board (NEB). Students securing 1.6 GPA and above can join regular streams of higher education, while the ones having lower than 1.6 GPA can take up technical courses.

Plus 2

Studying +2 is the most preferred choice for the majority of students in Nepal.

According to the National Examination Board new legislature, students must secure a minimum of 1.6 GPA and at least a D+ grade in Social Studies to pursue +2 courses in Nepal. Students can choose one of the five streams such as Science, Management, Humanities, Education and Law at grade 11.

Choosing the right stream is an important decision for students, as it can be a backbone for your career option in the near future. For instance, students aspiring to study medicine, engineering or pure science in undergraduate level should take Science. Whereas, students can choose +2 management to pursue a career in business and management. The eligible criteria to study different education streams are shown below:

Stream Minimum  GPA required Additional requirements
+2 Science 2.00 GPA
  • must secure C+ in compulsory Science and Mathematics
  • D+ in Nepali, English and Social Studies
+2 Management 1.6 GPA
  • must obtain a D+ in English, Mathematics Science, Nepali and Social Studies.
+2 Humanities 1.6 GPA
  • must have D+ in English, Nepali and Social Studies.
+2 Education 1.6 GPA
  • must obtain a D+ in Social Studies only.
+2 Law 1.6 GPA
  • must have D+ in English, Nepali and Social Studies.

Technical and Vocational courses

Students scoring below 1.6 GPA, can pursue technical and vocational courses under Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT). The course duration is one year to 18 months. The available courses for 18-month duration are diploma in civil, electrical and mechanical engineering.

Besides, the other available courses are survey, lab assistantship, entrepreneurship development, Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery (ANM), and Certified Medical Assistant (CMA). CTEVT has allocated  about 25,000 seats for all these courses.

Similarly, students can pursue 1-year duration courses in cooking, plumbing, welding, carpentry and wiring under CTEVT. Besides, the other available courses are diploma in nursing, overseer, and agriculture. The additional requirements are explained below:

Diploma courses Minimum GPA Additional requirements
Nursing 2.00 GPA
  • must obtain C grade in English, Mathematics and Science.
Overseer 2.00 GPA
  • must have a C in Mathematics and Science
  • D+ in English
Agriculture 2.00 GPA
  • must obtain C+ either in Mathematics, English or Science

International Degree: A Levels and International Baccalaureate( IB)

Students who have obtained a 3.25 GPA or above can pursue an international degree after grade 10. They can choose from either General Certificate in Education Advanced Levels ( GCE A level) or International Baccalaureate (IB).

Cambridge International A Level courses are offered in about three dozen colleges in Nepal. The International degree program has become one of the popular choices among Nepalese students due to its updated curriculum, practical education and International recognition.

Currently, A -level courses are offered around 2000 schools in 127 countries all around the world. Students have the flexibility to take up subjects of their interest as they can choose from 55 subjects. The course duration of A Level is typically a two-year.

International Baccalaureate (IB) programme is two years International degree that was started in Geneva, Switzerland. There are six compulsory courses offered in IB among which students can take up three higher levels and remaining standard level courses. Upon completion, students can pursue their bachelor’s in Nepal or choose to study abroad.

Study  +2 Management at Samriddhi School

Samriddhi School’s +2 management program equips students with a foundational knowledge of business and management. Students pursuing +2 management courses at grade 11 and 12 can pursue bachelor studies in management, hotel management, information technology, travel and tourism, computer science and many more.

In addition, +2 management at Samriddhi School offers a wide range of co-curricular activities that aim to enhance the holistic development of students. After passing +2 Management, students can take up entry-level jobs in banking and administration sector. Other possible options for students with entrepreneurship skills, they can run their own business as +2 management program enables them with the concept, subject matter and elementary skills in the management sector. To learn more about +2 management courses at Samriddhi School, read here.

Samriddhi School is committed to inspire and motivate students to achieve the highest standards of intellectual development as well as personal growth, through a stimulating and comprehensive educational program. In terms of overall academic orientation, we place a pronounced emphasis on preschools, primary and secondary level education as well as +2 management as part of our education program. So, if you are looking for the best +2 management program in Kathmandu,  then you should look for Samriddhi School.

For more information about our school in Kathmandu, please visit our website or Contact us- 014390590/ 4383777.

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