Ten Plus Two (+2) Humanities

Ten Plus Two (+2) Humanities

Certificate/Diploma
·
2 years

Plus two in Humanities is a foundation level course. It is for those students who want to pursue their undergraduates on mass communication, sociology, English and other related field of interest. Under the National Examination Board (NEB), the Humanities and Social Sciences stream is a two year plus two level foundation course. It comprises an interesting amalgamation of Language studies, Mass communication, Sociology, Psychology, Economics, Marketing/Business Mathematics, Contemporary Society and the likes, its students gain a holistic approach to education.

Humanities and Social Sciences is failing to attract good number of students, every year the enrollment in Grade XI humanities is dwindling. Future job prospects and personal interest of students might have played role for humanities faculty being least preferred stream among SEE graduates.

Prof. Dr Bidyanath Koirala, an education expert once said, "Humanities faculty doesn't know how to sell itself"; The course is old, but students are new-to attract the present day students, the course should be designed to reflect the present times.

Eligibility

Students must have completed SEE or equivalent with a minimum GPA 1.6. He/She should have minimum D+ in English, Nepali and Social Studies.

Criteria is given below:

S.N.

Subjects that can be chosen for grade 11 (+2)

GPA

Subjects where you need C+

Subjects where you need D+

1

Science Subject Group:

Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Mathematics/ Computer Science/ Agriculture

2

Science and Mathematics

English, Nepali and Social Studies

2

Vocational Subject Group:

Animal Science/ Plant Science, Electrical Engineering/ Civil Engineering/ Computer Engineering

1.6

-

-

3

Mathematics/ Geography/ Accountancy/ Economics/ Computer Science/ Teaching Mathematics/ Psychology/ Elements of Finance/ Jyotish/ Co-operative Management/ Business Studies/ Business Mathematics

1.6

-

English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies

4

Physics Education/ Chemistry Education/ Biology Education/ Teaching Science

1.6

-

English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies

5

English/ Alternative English/ Teaching English/ Linguistics

1.6

-

English, Nepali, and Social Studies

6

Hotel Management/ Travel and Tourism

1.6

-

English, Nepali, Mathematics and Social Studies

7

Nepali/ Teaching Nepali

1.6

-

English/ Sanskrit, Nepali, and Social Studies

8

History/ Political Science/ Culture/ Home Science/ Sociology/ Philosophy/ Library and Information Science/ Rural Development

1.6

-

English, Nepali, and Social Studies

9

Introduction to Education/ Instructional Pedagogy/ Health and Physical Education/ Population Studies/ Environment Education

1.6

-

English, Nepali, Science, Health Population and Environment Education

10

Sanskrit Byakaran/ Sahitya/ Nyaya/ Veda/ Niti Shastra/ Bouddha Education/ Law

1.6

-

English/ Sanskrit, Nepali, and Social Studies

11

Mass Communication/ Human Value Education/ Law

1.6

 

English, Nepali, Social Studies

12

Maithali/ Hindi/ Newari/ French/ Japanese/ Urdu/ German/ Chinese and Other Languages

1.6

-

English

13

Dance/ Music/ Sculpture/ Painting/ Applied Arts/ Sports and Others

1.6

 

English

 

Curricular Structure

Curriculum Development Center has recently unveiled the new curriculum for class 11 and 12. The new curriculum has eliminated the system of particular stream-based education like Ten Plus Two Science, Management, Humanities, and so on.

Regular Class 11 and 12 Courses

Compulsory Subjects

Grade 11

S.N.  Class 11 Subjects and Code
1 Nepali [Nep. 001]
2 English Eng. 003
3 Social Studies and Life Skill [Sol. 005] Or Mathematics [Mat. 007]

Grade 12

S.N. Class 12 Subjects and Codes
1 Nepali [Nep. 002]
2 English [Eng. 004]
3 Social Studies and Life Skill [Sol. 006] Or Mathematics [Mat. 008]

Optional Subjects

Grade 11

S.N. Option I Option II Option III Option IV
1 Physics [Phy. 101] Biology [bio. 201] Chemistry [Che. 301] Mathematics [Mat. 401]
2 Accounting [Acc. 103] Education and Development [Ed. 203] Economics [Eco. 303] Applied mathematics [Ama.403]
3 Rural Development [Rd. 105] Geography [Geo. 205] Tourism and Mountaineering Studies [Tms. 305] Business Mathematics [Bmt. 405]
4 Jurisprudence and Legal Theories [Jlt. 107] Procedural Law [Prl. 207] Marketing [Mar. 307] Human rights [Hur. 407]
5 Painting [Pai. 111] Sociology [Soc. 211] Gerontology and Care Taking Education [Gct. 309] Library and Information Science [Lis. 409]
6 Child Development and Learning [Cdl. 115] Ayurveda [Ayu. 213] Yoga [yog. 311] Home Science [Hos. 411]
7 Psychology [Psy. 119] Business Studies [Bus. 215] Vocal/Instrumental [Voc. 313] Environment Science [Ens. 413]
8 History [His. 121] Linguistics [Lin. 217] Sewing and Knitting [Sek. 315] General Law [Gel. 415]
9 Gender Studies [Ges. 123] Political Science [Pol. 219] Constitutional Law [Col. 317] Finance [Fin. 417]
10 Hospitality Management [Hom. 125] Philosophy [Phi. 221] Culinary Arts [Cua. 321] Co-operative management [Com. 419]
11 Agronomy [Agr. 127] Population Studies [Pos. 223] Culture [Cul. 323] Buddhist Studies [Bud. 421]
12 Naturopathy [Nat. 129] Horticulture [Hor. 225] Fashion Designing [Fad. 325] Sculpture [Scu. 423]
13 Human Value Education [Hve. 131] Food and Nutrition [Fon. 227] Film and Documentary [Fid. 327] Signing [Sig. 425]
14   Dance [Dan. 229] Livestock, Poultry and Fish Farming [Lpf. 329] Computer Science [Com. 427]
15   Computer Science [Com. 231] Nepali [Nep. 331] Sericulture and Beekeeping [Sbk. 429]
16     English [Eng. 333] Beautician and Hair Dressing [Beh. 431]
17     Maithili [Mai. 335] Medicinal Herbals [Meh. 433]
18     Newari [New. 337] Plumbing and Wiring [Plw. 435]
19     Hindi [Hin. 339] Internal Decoration [Ind. 437]
20     Chinese Chi. [341] Hotel Management [Hom. 439]
21     German [Jer. 343] Mass Comunication [Mac. 441]
22     Japanese [Jap. 345] Health and Physical Education [Hpe. 443]
23     Korean [Kor. 347] Sports Science [Sps. 445]
24     Urdu [Urd. 349] Social Studies and Life Skills [Sol. 447]
25     Bhojpuri [Bhj. 351]  
26     French [Fre. 353]  
27     Hebrew [Heb. 355]  
28     Arabic [Are. 357]  
29     Sanskrit [San. 359]  
30     Applied Arts [Apa. 361]  

Grade 12

S.N. Option I Option II Option III Option IV
1 Physics [Phy. 102] Biology [bio. 202] Chemistry [Che. 302] Mathematics [Mat. 402]
2 Accounting [Acc. 104] Education and Development [Ed. 204] Economics [Eco. 304] Applied mathematics [Ama.403]
3 Rural Development [Rd. 106] Geography [Geo. 206] Tourism and Mountaineering Studies [Tms. 306] Business Mathematics [Bmt. 406]
4 Nepalese Legal system [Nls. 110] Procedural Law [Prl. 207] Marketing [Mar. 308] Human rights [Hur. 408]
5 Painting [Pai. 112] Sociology [Soc. 212] Gerontology and Care Taking Education [Gct. 310] Library and Information Science [Lis. 409]
6 Instructional Pedagogy and Evaluation [Ipe. 118] Ayurveda [Ayu. 214] Yoga [yog. 312] Home Science [Hos. 412]
7 Psychology [Psy. 120] Business Studies [Bus. 216] Vocal/Instrumental [Voc. 314] Environment Science [Ens. 413]
8 History [His. 122] Linguistics [Lin. 218] Sewing and Knitting [Sek. 316] General Law [Gel. 416]
9 Gender Studies [Ges. 124] Political Science [Pol. 220] Constitutional Law [Col. 318] Finance [Fin. 417]
10 Hospitality Management [Hom. 126] Philosophy [Phi. 222] Culinary Arts [Cua. 322] Co-operative management [Com. 420]
11 Agronomy [Agr. 128] Population Studies [Pos. 224] Culture [Cul. 324] Buddhist Studies [Bud. 422]
12 Naturopathy [Nat. 129] Horticulture [Hor. 226] Fashion Designing [Fad. 326] Sculpture [Scu. 424]
13 Human Value Education [Hve. 132] Food and Nutrition [Fon. 228] Film and Documentry [Fid. 328] Signing [Sig. 426]
    Dance [Dan. 230] Livestock, Poultry and Fish Farming [Lpf. 330] Computer Science [Com. 428]
    Computer Science [Com. 232] Nepali [Nep. 332] Sericulture and Beekeeping [Sbk. 430]
      English [Eng. 334] Beautician and Hair Dressing [Beh. 432]
      Maithili [Mai. 336] Medicinal Herbals [Meh. 434]
      Newari [New. 338] Plumbing and Wiring [Plw. 436]
      Hindi [Hin. 340] Internal Decoration [Ind. 437]
      Chinese Chi. [342] Hotel Management [Hom. 440]
      German [Jer. 344] Mass Comunication [Mac. 442]
      Japanese [Jap. 346] Health and Physical Education [Hpe. 444]
      Korean [Kor. 348] Sports Science [Sps. 446]
      Urdu [Urd. 350] Social Studies and Life Skills [Sol. 448]
      Bhojpuri [Bhj. 352]  
      French [Fre. 354]  
      Hebrew [Heb. 356]  
      Arabic [Are. 358]  
      Sanskrit [San. 360]  
      Applied Arts [Apa. 362]  

Old Course Structure

Grade XI

Grade XII

Compulsory

Compulsory

English

English

Nepali

Marketing/ Business Mathematics

Optional (Any Three)

Optional (Any Three)

Mass Communication/ Economics

Mass Communication/Economics

Sociology/Hotel Management

Sociology/Hotel Management

Major English

Major English

Travel and Tourism

Travel and Tourism

Mathematics

Mathematics

Psychology

Psychology

Environment Education

Environment Education

 

Contemporary Society

Downloads: Curriculum Grade XI Mass Communication and Journalism-I.pdf