Ten Plus Two (+2) Management

Ten Plus Two (+2) Management

Certificate/Diploma
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2 years

The saying 'A bad son chooses commerce and a bad daughter chooses Nursing as a career’ no longer holds true today. The trend has reversed over the decade. Now, management is the preferred choice of most students.

Plus two in management course is designed to develop a strong foundation on management studies. Students learn to become competent, confident and academically sound in their area of study and will therefore have the benefit of deciding, at the end of course, what aspects of business management studies would interest them at under graduate programs. The faculty offers courses designed to deliver both theoretical foundation and practical knowledge in Business Management, Business Administration, Hotel Management, Travel and Tourism Management.

ObjectiveThe objective of this program is to impart fundamental knowledge in basic areas of management so that it forms a stepping stone for higher level of management study. In this level, students will be introduced to the concepts, subject matter and elementary skills in various functional areas of management like general management, accountancy, finance, office practices and marketing. The students passing this level will be capable of undertaking various junior level management activities.

Salient Features

After passing SLC, you wont be able to enroll in any colleges. Top plus two colleges offering +2 in Management takes entrance examination and enroll students who secured good marks in entrance examination. The marks (grade) you secured in SLC and the marks you obtained in entrance examination determines your eligibility to enroll in any specific college (some takes average but some college gives more weightage to entrance examination).

Based on the rank of the college, you have to get minimum score (grade) prescribed by that college to sit for the entrance examination. To know about each college's admission rules, please visit the college or view membership profile of this college in edusanjal.

Eligibility

Students will to enroll in grade 11 and study following subjects (Mathematics/Accountancy/Economics/Computer Science/Teaching Mathematics/Elements of Finance/Jyotish/Business Mathematics/Cooperative Management, Business Studies/Geography/Psychology) must score

  • GPA: 1.6
  • D+ English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies

Admission Criteria

Students and parents should know details about the course the student want to pursue and the students should left free to study the course of their choice based on an optimal combination of their interest/passion, and competence.

Job Prospects

After passing +2 in Management students may get starting level jobs in Banking institutions or administrative posts in any private/public institutions. This may require some training related with the nature of Jobs.

Most students will be enrolled to Bachelor level programs in Management stream. Some of the popular Management courses in Bachelor level are BBA (Which is offered by most of the Nepalese University e.g., Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu University, Pokhara University, Purbachal University) or international universities), BBS (Tribhuvan University), BHM, BTTM, BBA-BI etc.

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]  

Downloads:

Old Course Structure

Grade XI

Grade XII

Compulsory

Compulsory

English

English

Nepali

Principle of Accounting -II

Principle of Accounting -I

Marketing/Business Mathematics

Optional (Any Two)

Optional (Any Two)

Hotel Management

Hotel Management

Travel and Tourism

Travel and Tourism

Computer Science

Computer Science

Economics

Economics

Finance

Business Studies

Basic Mathematics

Finance

Business Studies

Basic Mathematics

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Grade XI Economics I Curriculum.pdf