The success of your future depends upon what stream you choose after your SEE result. A single wrong step here and you will stand your whole life regretting it. After you have completed SEE, you have to take the most important decisions of your life. You will meet a lot of people who will give you a lot of different ideas. Listen to all of them but choose your way.
Your happiness is the most important in your life. In life, you may have met people whose passion was to become a model, but they came up joining art classes. You may have seen people who love singing but are stressed now in medical classes. The main thing that you should concentrate on is your passion. Choosing a subject completely different from your passion is like loving Ronaldo and marrying Messi. You will find plenty of subjects to study after your SEE result, but you should go with that one subject that meets your passion and, of course, the size of your pocket.
The world is coming up with new subjects and vast courses every day. There is no end of subjects that you can choose.
‘Chora bigre commerce, chori bigre nurse’ was a famous slogan in our country in ancient times. In the present context of Nepal, this slogan doesn’t work out. Nowadays, nurses and commerce subjects are both given very positive responses. The SEE examination is regarded as the first step to building a career. As we pass much awaited so-called Iron Gate, students enter the curriculum with multiple of choices. Every year, as the month of Ashad drops off, SEE results become the hottest topic in every gossip and tea talk. What after SEE? This is probably the biggest question that grips those students about to cross this Iron Gate. While some of you might have already planned your carrier very carefully, many of them likely haven’t planned about it.
Carrier planning is a crucial part of student life. Society portrays a dreamy atmosphere after you are done with your SEE examination. Generally, students are in their mid-teens, i.e., of age 15, 16 or 17. They aren’t mature in themselves. Before the results are out, further Knowledge Bridge courses are also opened. Students have almost 3 months’ leave after SEE examinations. Post SEE period is essential for SEE appeared students for a better future. Most students learn computer programming and do bridge courses. Some get very much serious about higher studies and start studying whole 3 month time. But we suggest you not be a bookworm; you may enjoy your time learning guitar, singing or dance classes, learning motorbike or also, if interested, you can directly join staff nurses classes.
They need proper guidelines and counselling about choosing the desired faculty to carry on with their further studies. At current times, the wide-read subjects in Nepal are:
Science is one of the most popular subjects among Nepalese students today. About a decade back, the concept of people on Science was completely different. They used to think that it was a very tough subject and that people who study science are nearly psycho. But this trend has completely disappeared nowadays, and even a student who secured a B grade in the SEE exam is enrolling on this subject.
But the most important thing that you should keep in mind after joining science is that you must be able to work hard. Struggle, creativity and continuous improvement are most important to study science. In SEE, you studied physics which weight only 15 marks, but now you will study physics which weight 100 marks. That means you should give this subject six times more time and effort. Enrol in the science bridge course after the SEE exam.
The fees structure for studying science usually ranges from Rs. 60,000 to Rs. 2,00,000 depending upon the college. You can visit https://www.neb.gov.np for more details.
Science is the most favoured subject in the context of Nepal. Students who pass SEE with distinction marks are compelled to study science. As students can go to engineering and medical fields after reading science at plus 2 and also this subject as a very wide area, most of the students prefer reading Science. It is a course designed for students who are interested in technical things. You have to study compulsory subjects like English and Nepali. You can choose between subjects like biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. Biology leads to a medical carrier, while mathematics leads to engineering.
Management was previously known as commerce. Management courses help you develop more excellent knowledge of management like marketing strategies, accounting, financing, data analysis, marketing, personality build-up and other job-place-related knowledge etc. The study of management courses will prepare you for working as a manager, or corporate employee, owning a business, being an entrepreneur and expanding your knowledge about the business world. The management courses are not that vast as compared to science courses.
The fees structure for studying management usually ranges from Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 80,000 depending upon the college.You can visit https://www.neb.gov.np for more details.
Management courses are higher education courses that lead towards the development of students’ marketing, accounting and administrative skills. Business studies, accounting, trade etc, are some subjects under the Management faculty. This course’s main aim is to prepare students for office managers, business owners or corporate employees.
Humanities were previously known as Arts. Humanities contain a wide variety of courses like psychology, sociology, arts, economics, politics, history, anthropology, etc. It is a very cheap course compared to other available courses. And these are mainly theory-based courses.
The fees structure for studying this course usually ranges from Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 10,000 depending upon the college.
Humanity is the study of a variety of fields. Subjects like social science, arts, dance, economics, cultures, social development, politics etc., are read under this faculty. It is a mixture of several subjects, and nowadays, students choosing humanities are increasing rapidly.
Those who want to become teachers; can join this field after SEE. It is a two-year course that provides training and teaching skills to them. Some training programmes are also established by the government for their better talents.
Each of these subjects has its charm, and where these subjects lead is almost known by every student. Try to choose the field in which you are interested. Listen to your heart, not the heads that compel you to read the subject of their choices but be sure you’ve taken the correct decision.
With the increase in concern about the forest and its habitats, the importance of students in this sector has been increasing. It is one subject that holds good prospects for students who have finished the SEE exam. The government of Nepal is also providing scholarships to a limited number of students who want to pursue their future in forestry. Under the affiliation of Tribhuwan university, two colleges are providing the courses.
The fees structure for studying this course usually ranges from Rs. 1,00,000 Rs. 3,00,000 depending upon the college.You can visit https://www.iof.edu.np for more details.
Agriculture And Veterinary
Nepal is an agricultural country, and thus there is great importance in agriculture studies in Nepal and, of course, a great future scope. The government is also providing scholarships in these subjects. CTEVT provides a three-year course in Agriculture and Veterinary equivalent to +2 level education. The benefit of studying this subject is that you can directly apply for the job.
The fees structure for studying this course usually ranges from Rs. 1,00,000 Rs. 3,00,000 depending upon the college. You can visit https://ctevt.org.np for more details.
The A-Level is quite a new subject in the context of Nepal, but it has gained a lot of popularity within a short period. It is because it contains a wide variety of subjects and no subject is entirely compulsory, and you can choose one of your interest. On the other hand, you don’t need to go through boring course books, and the exciting part is that you are allowed to take formula books in the exam hall. The A-Level courses in Nepal are studied under the affiliation of Cambridge University. It is one of the highly demanded subjects in the global context.
The fees structure for studying this course usually ranges from Rs. 1,00,000 to Rs. 1,60,000 depending upon the college.
If you are creative and love art, you should go with a fashion design course. Several colleges, like the International Institute of Fashion Technology (IIFT), provide classes on fashion design. Such classes are usually 8 to 12 months long.
The fees structure for studying this course usually ranges from Rs. 3,50,000 to Rs. 4,50,000 depending upon the college.
CTEVT Vocational Courses
CTEVT is a governmental institution that provides courses in Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanics, Computer Hardware, Construction, etc., every year to SEE passed students. This course is usually 5-6 months long, and after completion, you are given practical training. After you are practically and theoretically perfect, you are given a certificate/license.
For more information you can visit https://ctevt.org.np
Sanskrit is another potential subject for SEE-passed students who love to know about the essence of the evolution of every language. Sanskrit is known as the mother of all languages. The intermediate in Sanskrit is technically known as Uttar Madhyama. In Nepal, we have only one Sanskrit university named Mahendra Sanskrit University, under which several affiliated colleges exist. With the knowledge of Sanskrit, you can learn a lot about Astronomy. The study cost of Sanskrit is not much expensive in Nepal.
For more information, visit https://nsu.edu.np/
Fine art can be another subject you can join after your SEE result if you love arts. Not only canvas paintings but art is collectively meant to denote different forms of creativity, sculpturing, woodwork, wall art, straw art, etc. If you are full of creativity, then you must choose this subject. From the name of Arniko, you can know the history and importance of art in Nepal. Several artists are millionaires. Some institutions in Nepal provide fine art classes, like the Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, Srijana College of Fine Arts, etc.
For more information, visit https://nafanepal.org