In the past years, it was compulsory to secure good grades(percentage)in every subject to study good course in higher secondary level, but with the introduction of the grading system, the national examination board has also implemented new arrangements for recruitment of subjects only to bring certain grades to certain subjects. Some academics are criticizing it as the degree of student classification. Student’s ability to read this subject, based on the examination, can not understand the attitude of the student. Educationist Vidyanyath Koirala says – The previous percentage system was said to have brought classification discrimination among students, but today the pattern for choosing subjects based on grading has brought more classification and discrimination.
- With the SEE board going to the grading system, it has implemented the new system to study science only by bringing GPS more than 2. According to this system with minimum GPS of 2, a student can apply for Science. Including this, a student must secure minimum of C+ in Science and Mathematics, at least C in English, and at least D+ grade in Social Studies and Nepali will be eligible to study Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics or Computer Science in class 11.
- To be eligible to study in class 11, one must secure minimum of 1.6 GPA in SEE exam. Furthermore to study the desired subject 1.6 GPA is not sufficient. You must secure specified grades in particular subjects. Generally, if you secure C grade in Science, Math, and English, D+ in Social and Nepali, with average GPA of 1.6, then also you can study Zoology, Botany, Electrical, Civil or Computer engineering after your +2 .
- On the other hand if you secure GPA 1.6 with at leastÂ C in Math, D+ in English, Nepali,Â Science, and Social then you will be eligible to study Mathematics,Â Accounting, Computer Science, Teaching Mathematics, Element of Science, Astrology, Business Mathematics, Cooperative Management, Business Studies, Geography and Psychology.
- Â To study the subject of education (I.Ed.), the students will have to obtain at least C in Science and Math and at least D+ in English, Nepali and Social Studies.
- Subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Teaching Science will be considered eligible for studying only when first criteria are fulfilled.
- Similarly, if you secure C in English, D+ in Nepali and Social Studies, then you will be eligible to study English, Alternative English, Teaching English and other language subjects.
- According to the criteria set by the National Examination Board (NEB), to study Mass Communication, Hotel Management and, Travels and Tourism you must secure C in English, D+ in Nepali, Math and Social Studies.
- If you secure C in Nepali, D+ in English and Nepali then you will be eligible to study Nepali and Teaching Nepali in +2.
- According to the Board, if you secure C in Social Studies, D+ in English and Nepali, then you can study Political Science, History, Culture, Home Science, Sociology, Philosophy, Library, and Infrastructure Science in class 11.
- Furthermore if you secure C in Environment and Population education, D+ in Science, Nepali and English then you will be able to study Introduction to Education, Infrastructure Pediatrician, Health and Physical Education, Population and Environmental Education.
- And if you secure D+ in English, Nepali, and Social, then you can study Human Welfare Education, General Law, Sanskrit, Grammar, Literature, Justice, Veda, Psychology, Buddhist Education, etc.
- Students interested in studying different languages compulsorily need to bring D+ in English. You will be able to study different language subjects like Maithili, Hindi, Nepali, French, Japanese, Urdu, German, Chinese, and other languages with this grade.
- Similarly, D+ must be brought to English to study subjects such as Dance, Music, Sculpture, Applied Arts, Sports.
Furthermore, the third-grade graduate is difficult to get into college. Such students should create an opportunity to learn vocational skills.Â You can visitÂ https://seeresultnepal.com/Â for more information.
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