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What to Study After Plus Two?

Anjana Nepal

August 11, 2022
Last updated August 23, 2022
What to Study After Plus Two?

Completion of the plus two (+2) level is the starting phase of a career. So, deciding what to study after plus two is the most critical decision in a student's life. Most of the students choose their courses hastily without conducting enough research, and they pick occupations that don't fit their preferences, skills, aptitudes, or passions. It is important for students to choose the right course since only their area of interest will enable them to excel in any sector. 

We only learn essential knowledge and skills at school levels. Bachelor's level is more comprehensive and more specific for students. It prepares students ready to face actual challenges both personally and professionally. 

How to choose the right program?

Getting guidance: Students can get guidance from their seniors, teachers, parents,  educational consultants, mentors, etc.

Exploring passions: The scope of the course is irrelevant if you have no interest in the subject so one must identify their passion before choosing the degree.

Research on subjects of interest: There are various doors opened for students who want to continue their further studies and start a career simultaneously. Students can find a course based on their interest.

Research on career prospects and opportunities: Before choosing a degree students should know what they are going to become in the future. What opportunities are available in the particular program?

Research on institutions offering the program: Once you have identified a course you are interested in, you may select the colleges and universities that are most appropriate for you.

Popular programs after plus two (+2) in Nepal

There are several course alternatives in Nepal. However, students often chose the most popular ones. Students' preference for Computer Science and Information Technology degrees is increasing due to their wide range of applications. The popular degrees comprise the field of medical, engineering, computer science and information technology, core science and technology, management, arts, law, and charter accountancy.

Programs in Medical Field

Medicine and Health are career-driven by services and are one of the most respected sectors. Students who are interested in medical fields and willing to help patients can choose the degree. Once the students choose medical and health science, they have to make a long-term commitment, enabling them to become lifelong learners. 

Programs in Engineering Field

Engineering is one of the most sought-after degrees in Nepal. Every year thousands of students who have completed their +2 Level or equivalent examination get enrolled in Engineering colleges. Universities offering Bachelor of Engineering in Nepal are Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu University, Purbanchal University, Pokhara University, Mid-Western University, and Far-Western University. Students who want to have a degree in Engineering have various choices in Nepal.

Programs in Computer and Information Technology

Computer and Information Technology degrees are among the popular courses. Students learn skills and knowledge, including the study of computers, networks, computer language databases, new technology, web design, application development, and many more.

Programs in Management Field

The study of fundamental administrative standards and procedures falls under the purview of management as a subject. It outlines a set of instructions for the manager to adhere to and several strategies for efficiently managing resources.

Programs in Core Science and Technology

Science is the methodical examination of the natural and physical world through careful observation and experimentation. The same is true of technology, which is the application of scientific knowledge and theories for the good of humanity. The subjects covered by this field of study range from life and earth sciences to physics, chemistry, space science, and mathematics.

Programs of Humanities and Social Sciences

The humanities address philosophy, languages, literature, and the arts, and the social sciences concentrate on topics like economics, psychology, and history. Critical thinking, communication, logical reasoning, and analytical aptitude are abilities that a humanities degree may teach you.

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts offers a broad areas of options. Students can choose various major subjects of Arts on the basis of their interests. 

Bachelor of Law (LLB)

Among other occupations, a law degree can lead to employment as a lawyer, legal assistant, lecturer, management consultant, legal writer/editor, lobbyist, or policy analyst. In addition to a wide range of legal work opportunities, a career in law offers students financial rewards. Due to its intellectual challenge and dynamic nature, this sector provides students with more growth opportunities.

CA and ACCA

One of the most popular and lucrative job alternatives for business majors is Charter Accountancy (CA). One can be recognized as a CA by passing the three levels of examination (CAP I, CAP II, and CAP III) and completing three years of articleship training. It mostly focuses on auditing as its primary occupation. They are regarded as authorities, from accounting and auditing to finance, taxation, and corporate law. After earning a chartered accountant designation they can start their own practice, join an audit firm, work as an internal auditor for a local or international company, or join a foreign or local bank to help them with their financial and legal affairs.

ACCA is similar to CA but its regulating body is ACCA UK and is also recognized in more than 180 countries around the world. After completing the ACCA program, one might begin their career with an MNC or a local business that serves both domestic and international clients. They have a variety of professional alternatives to choose from, including finance, taxation, business consulting, auditing, banking, and many more.