Completed your secondary school? What after SEE? Do you know which subject you can study further with your CGPA? If no, then you are in the right place. Here is the list of subjects which you can study in High School (Grade XI and XII) as per your CGPA.
With greater than GPA 4.0 you can continue your high school education in any faculty/ field. It is totally up to your choice.
If you want to join the Science faculty/ group, you have to have at least a GPA of 2.0 with at least C+ in Science and Mathematics, C in English and Social Studies and D+ in Nepali. In this faculty, there are subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Zoology and Botany)/ Mathematics/ Computer Science.
To join the Technical field, you require a GPA which is not less than 1.6 with at least C in Science, Mathematics and English and D+ in Social Studies and Nepali. Here you can study BioScience, Botany, Electronic Engineering, Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering in Diploma Level.
To study Mathematics, Accountancy, Economics, Computer Science, Teaching Mathematics, Elements of Finance, Astrology, Business Mathematics, Cooperative Management, Business Studies/ Geography and Psychology you require a GPA of at least 1.6 with a minimum of C in Mathematics and D+ in English, Nepali and Science.
To study Physics Education, Chemistry Education, Biology Education and Teaching Science you require to have a minimum GPA of 1.6 with not less than C in Science and Mathematics and D+ in English, Nepali and Social Studies.
To study English, Alternative English, Teaching English and Linguistics you require a GPA of at least 1.6 with a minimum of C in English and D+ in Social Studies.
To study Mass Communication, Hotel Management and Travel and Tourism you require a minimum GPA of 1.6 with at least C in English and D+ Nepali, Mathematics and Social Studies.
To study Nepali and Nepal Teaching a minimum of 1.6 GPA is required with not lesser than C in Nepali and English and D+ in Social Studies.
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