What to study after +2 Science?

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Wondering what to study after +2 Science?

Science faculty is a two-year curriculum provided at the +2 level. This course is appropriate for those who are interested in technical fields and wish to pursue a career in science and technology. Studying +2 science opens a path to many other technical fields in the future.

Since there are different subject combinations for Science, the following options have both Biology and Mathematics major career paths. If you are confused, you can consider these options for your career.

If you have taken Mathematics + Computer, you should consider these career paths:

In the context of Nepal, the scope of engineering is growing with each passing year. Nepal is a developing country and with it, Nepal offers excellent opportunities for development and industrialization activities for which engineers are required. As colleges and institutions for engineering courses increase, the scope of engineering in Nepal is growing a lot.

1. Bachelor of Civil Engineering

bachelor in civil engineering

A branch of engineering that deals with the construction, design, and maintenance of physical and natural builds is called Civil engineering. Civil Engineers oversee the public infrastructure and its safety. These engineers work on projects such as roads, canals, damns, airports, sewage systems, railways, etc.

Civil engineers are required for most developmental activities. Market demand is high for engineers and in Nepal, there are definitely a lot of scopes. Civil Engineering is not an easy degree to get as students need to take tough math and technical courses. But in the end, it is a rewarding degree.

There are a lot of Universities that offer the Civil Engineering course. Competition for IOE exams is tough and if you want to get through, you will need to grasp all concepts taught in your +2 courses.

2. Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

bachelor of chemical engineering

Chemical engineers are responsible for the production of goods through chemical processes. They play an important role in the present world. Chemical engineers play an important role in today’s world. These engineers work in cement, steel, paper, food, and beverage industries for balancing the chemical composition of the products.

In terms of Nepal’s market too, chemical engineers are highly sought out by manufacturers for the regulation of their products. Nepalese people hire foreign people for their product regulation which needs more Nepalese involvement. Chemical engineers are also high in demand in the foreign market.

There are universities that have chemical engineering courses that you can apply for.

3. Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

bachelor of electrical engineering

Electrical engineering focuses on the study of electronic devices and circuits. these circuits are the basic building blocks of electronic systems. In short, electrical engineers deal with electronic systems. This also includes telecommunications, wireless communications, and signal processing.

Electricity has become a major part of people’s lives. Due to such, demand for electrical engineers is high in the market. Many industries are also being established which need the help of such engineers. Electrical engineering also plays the bridge between computer science and mechanical engineering.

There are a lot of universities that offer Bachelor of Electrical Engineering courses.

4. Bachelor of Computer Engineering

bachelor of computer engineering

The computer engineering course is concerned with computer systems including both hardware and software. These include programming, operating systems, hardware, designs, and computer organizations.

Computer engineers are one of the highest paying jobs in the market right now. Computer engineers also have a higher chance of success in freelancing and starting their own businesses. In the context of Nepal too, computer experts are high in demand. These bachelor’s courses for computer engineering are provided in many universities all over Nepal.

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5. Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

bachelor of mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering is related to the application of mathematical and scientific principles to any designs or operational systems. This includes the design and production of tools, machinery, or any other equipment. They are also concerned with the construction, production, installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment such as thermal power stations, engines, turbines, etc.

Mechanical engineers are in high demand on the market. There are a lot of scopes in the industrial sectors such as hydraulics, manufacturing plants, etc. Mechanical engineering graduates are sought out in the foreign market too.

If You have taken Biology, you should consider these career paths

1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)


The competition for MBBS degree seats is very high. Being a Dr. is a dream of many students. If you want to advance your career in the field of medicine, an MBBS degree is also a way to go. Nepalese MBBS students are well sought out in the foreign market too.

The downsides to the MBBS degree are tough competition, difficult courses, and not being economically friendly. This is why competition for a scholarship is very high in MBBS. But compared to foreign education, MBBS in Nepal is less costly and satisfies the worldwide guideline of instruction. You will need to appear in CEE (Common Entrance Exam) for MBBS.

2. Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)

Bachelor of Dental Surgery

A dentist professional who cares for a patient’s oral health, teeth, and gums. They are the doctors for teeth. Their jobs include repairing fractured teeth, filling cavities, removing any tooth decay, whitening teeth, educating proper oral hygiene, etc.
To become a dentist one has to go through BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery). There are many universities in Nepal that offer this course. Overall, the scope of a dentist is high. People can graduate and easily earn 5-6 Figure jobs easily.

3. Bachelor of Biotechnology (BTech)

bachelor of biotechnology

Biotechnology is the application of technology in the field of biology. Biotechnologists study the genetic, chemical, and physical conditions and characteristics of cells, and microbes and with proper study, find out their proper uses of them. They create and improve products for agriculture and medicine.

As a biotechnologist, one can work in multinational companies, pharma industries, food and beverage sectors, and agriculture with a very respectable income. In Nepal, biotechnologists are in high demand. There are a handful of universities that offer this program. 

4. Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc & A.H)

Bachelor of Veterinary Science

A veterinarian is a medical professional who treats animals. They are animal doctors also known as veterinary surgeons or physicians.

A growing trend in Nepal is keeping pets. Overall increases the demand for veterinarians in the Nepalese market. But being a vet is not easy. It is a difficult career with long days and unpredictable cases. But if you are a pet lover, maybe this is a profession for you.

Bachelor of veterinary science courses is offered in Nepalese universities.

5. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSc. Agriculture)


An agriculturist, agriculturalist, or agronomist, is a professional in the science, practice, and management of agriculture and agribusiness. An Agriculturist is responsible for the planning and implementation of agricultural components.

In the terms of the Nepalese market, Nepal has more than 50% of people engaged in the field of agriculture. An agriculturist can help farmers have better crop yields, teach them proper techniques, and help them. The scope of agriculture in Nepal is very high.

There are plenty of colleges that offer bachelor in agriculture.

Alternatively, if you have taken Biology and Mathematics, you can consider:

1. Biomedical Engineering

bachelor of bio medical engineering

Biomedical engineering, often known as medical engineering, is the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology with the aim of providing healthcare.

The idea of biomedical engineering in Nepal is a fairly new concept and the market has less competition. As the number of hospitals and clinics grows, so does the demand for biomedical engineers to install and maintain the medical equipment Nepal’s medical sector is likewise expected to improve as the medical area advances globally. Biomedical professionals are highly sought out in the foreign market.

There is only one college in Nepal that offers the biomedical course.

  • Visit CBEAS Website [ College of Biomedical Engineering and Applied Science ]



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