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September 19, 2015 at 10:25 am #1790
Hello, Please suggest me the best course to study after +2 science. I am bio group in plus two but not much interested in MBBS. Microbiology, B.pharm and agrotech are some of the courses that I like to know about . Anyone with more knowlwdge about those courses and other science course please reply my forum.Share with Friends (Earn 10SnCoins as gift)December 30, 2015 at 4:29 am #5260
If you don’t want to study MBBS or engineering than go for the field in which you have interest. Don’t seek for the scope of any course rather give your best on your field. This is the 21st century- the century of science and technology so its better for you to study the course which is related to science and technology. I will provide you the link of some courses related to the science and technology and well, it will help you.
please read the articles on these courses. I am sure, you will be able to decide which course you want to study.January 5, 2016 at 10:45 am #5901
Dear student, if you are not interested in studying MBBS or engineering then there are various courses that you can choose for your future career. This generation is of science and technology as you are also a science student you can choose medical sector or technical sector like BMLT(Bachelors in lab technician), BSc in Medical equipment, BSc.Nursing, B.HA (Bachelors in Health Assistance), Microbiology, BSc.Agi, Radiology, BSc in vetnary etc.January 5, 2016 at 1:02 pm #5907
Thank you @snforum and @suza for the replies.February 25, 2016 at 10:54 am #10376
This is a common dilemma between students who give examination of 12th grade in +2. Do you know how many students appear in HSEB plus +2 exams? Looking the stats of 2071, 7072 and predicting the HSEB data of 2073 we can assume that more than two lakh students appear for their 10+2 examination each year in Nepal and this number keeps increasing each year.
For science students, the best after +2 is to go for MBBS (for biology group).But to secure scholarship in MBBS is really tough and to study MBBS by paying, your family should have a lot of money or property. The next best students choose is Engineering. There are lots of engineering you can choose from. But better choose engineering field if you really have interest in physics because studying engineering just to get job in future is not a smart decision. Other choice is to move into IT field (BIT, BSc CSIT, BSc IT etc).Chartered Accountancy and B Pharma are also one of the most popular choices for Nepali students with science background.
There is a little less anxiety and dilemma for management students because the choices are a bit limited or they can choose among few alternatives. Most of the management students choose BBA after +2. Some hardworking/determined students choose CA, ACCA and other thought and rewarding courses.
However, there are many more options one chooses, besides the usual imaginations.
For instance, creative students could opt for design, fine arts or visual communication, photography, videography, fashion designing and similar courses. If you are good with numbers and you love hard work, you can explore Chartered Accountancy.
If you aspire to be a top chef or are naturally inclined towards cooking and kitchen, you have hotel management.
Allied medical science such as physiotherapy, have a demand in the health care sector of Nepal. Even a field like forensic sciences which is not much common in Nepal, needs skilled professionals. Ayurveda can be another beautiful choice given that many people now are starting to believe in preventive methods and natural care as much as possible. Ayurveda is gaining a Hugh interest and popularity these days.
So there are a lot of choices for students to study after +2 in Nepal. The first and most important question you should ask to yourself before choosing any course is” in which field I can do the most”.June 5, 2016 at 2:13 pm #56437
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Brother , Go for CA or ACCA if you are comfortable with changing the faculty. If you really love being creative and can study really hard with heart and brain I suggest you to go with Physics or Microbiology.October 25, 2016 at 4:15 pm #112752
I guess everything is covered in the replies above but let me tell my understanding. i think except MBBS and Engineering the most popular and attractive courses for science students are
Food Technology (because people live to eat food and food-industry in a multi billion dollars industry and ever expanding)
Micro Biology (because this will be the back bone for medicine field and innovation in medical studies. Bio technology will expand to no limit in future)
Nursing for girls ( Age cares, Hospitals, baby cares and lot of scopes)
BSC in any subject (Researchers, tutors are in high demand, also opens the door for future studies and creates a strong base for further studies)
Ayurveda ( People are, and will continue to learn the importance and capabilities of mother nature. Lots of scopes for research and innovation, Ayurveda will be one of the leading treatment technique globally after few decade IMO.)November 26, 2016 at 7:39 pm #122243
Microbiology or environmental science to get job in nepal??December 19, 2016 at 3:47 am #127256
A science student can study any course they like from MBBS to Engineering to CA to Education. I mean all the doors are open for science student in Nepal. This also creates a sense of confusion and dilemma on what to choose among all these different alternatives. This turns out more difficult if you don’t have a exact aim or career goal in mind.
Anything can be a well-paid job when you give your best at it and also reach the highest level. According to earning prospective the best field would be pharmacy. Some other options are medical instruments and medical physicists.
You can also do MSc and preferably PhD in basic medical sciences e.g. Anatomy, Biochemistry, physiology etc, and then work as faculty in a medical college. B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Dental hygiene are some of the very good options to consider if you are thinking to stick with biology. I think you must be aware about other mainstream courses in bachelors level. If you are not, you can visit the courses section of studentsnepal. There are details about lots of courses you can choose from. This will help you to make better decisions. But the most important thing to keep in mind is, whatever you choose to study, if you study well and if you gain deep knowledge, it will work out.December 19, 2016 at 3:51 am #127257
@nitya Here are the links that might help you:
Scope of microbiology in Nepal and chances to get visa of US
Microbiology course in NepalAugust 21, 2017 at 12:58 pm #199302
bachelor in public health is the best
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