+2 Education


Ten Plus two in Education course is the foundations of education for the teachers at the Lower Secondary Level. It is designed for the purpose of imparting basic understanding and developing several important aspects such as, educational background and its development. The course intends to impart meaning, general views, functions of education, as well as education as a system; it also intends to give general knowledge about prominent educationists, curriculum, educational administration, modern trends in education, guidance and counseling and education aspects in Nepal.

There is a misconception that one has to be a teacher if one pursues Education. But it is not true. A student of Education can be a good leader or guide in any sort of organizations. As he possesses the knowledge about the overall national educational status he can work at a policy level in national level organizations. He can work as a senior advisor in various national projects and can make plans and policies of overall national educational system. He can manage the education system from eastern part of the nation to the far-west. Likewise, he can also work in various NGOS and INGOS related to education. Education is a very broad and global phenomenon and limiting education stream to a single profession is a misunderstanding that needs to be elucidated


Students must have secured Minimum 1.6 GPA and fulfill following conditions to enroll in particular subject.

S.N Must have secured “C” in the following subjects Must have scored “D Plus” in the following subjects Eligible to study following subjects
1 Mathematics English, Nepali, Social and Science Mathematics/Accountancy/ Economics/ Computer Science/ Teaching Mathematics/ Elements of Finance/ Jyotish /Business Mathematics/ Co-operative Management, Business Studies /Geography /Psychology
2 Science and Math English, Nepali, Social Physics Education/ Chemistry Education/ Biology Education/ Teaching Science
3 English Nepali and Social English/ Alternative English/ Teaching English/Linguistics
4 English Nepali, Math and Social Mass Communication/ Hotel Management/Travel and Tourism
5 Nepali English and Social Nepali, Teaching Nepali
6 Social Nepali, English Political Science, History, Culture, Home Science, Sociology, Philosophy, Library and Information Science
7 EPH Nepali, English and Science Introduction of Education, Instructional Pedagogy, Health and Physical Education, Population Studies, Environment Education
8 Nepali , English and Social Human Value of Education, General Law, Sanskrit Byakaran, Sahitya, Nyaya, Veda, Niti Shastra, Bouddha Education, Law
9 English Maithali, Hindi, Newari, French, Japanese, Urdu, German, Chinese and Other languages
10 English Dance, Music, Sculpture, Painting, Applied Arts, Sports and Others

Subjects offered:

Grade 11
C. English
C. Nepali
Introduction to Education
Instructional Pedagogy
Optional (Any TWO)
M. English / M. Nepali / HPE / Population Studies
Grade 12
C. English
Child Development Leaning
Instructional Evaluation + Practicum
Optional (Any TWO)
M. English / M. Nepali / HPE / Population Studies

Admission Details:

  1. Applicant is required to complete the entrance exam application form with photocopy of SEE Grade-sheet and PP Sized photograph.
  2. Applicant requires to passed the entrance exam conduct by exam committee of KMC.
  3. After completing entrance exam, applicant is required to complete Admission Application Form with following documents:
    1. SEE Grade-Sheet
    2. SEE Character Certificate
    3. 2 Copies of PP Sized Photograph
    4. Migration Certificate (Except Nepal Board)

Intake Capacity:

80 Students per shift

Syllabus / Curriculum:

To view Syllabus of Class 11 – click here to download

To view Syllabus of Class 12 – click here to download

  • BBS (Bachelor in Business Studies) - 4 Years
  • BA (Bachelor in Arts) - 3 Years
  • BICTE (Bachelor in Information & Communication Technology Education) - 9 Semester
  • 10+2 (Management, Humanities & Education)
  • MBS (Master in Business Studies) - 4 Semester
  • MA (Master in Arts) - Sociology - 4 Semester