10+2 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.
This Subject aims to find out interrelated factors involved in an education system of Nepal. It elaborates the meaning, nature and functions of education to the students who are the would be teachers of tomorrow. One understands the meaning, importance and elements of curriculum. It teaches the students the methods, Procedures concepts and importance of guidance and counseling which will help them to be a better leader in the future. Education showcases the trends of education and educational administration in our society and relates the historical perspectives of education to it.
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 completed SEE or equivalent with minimum GPA 1.6. He/She should have minimum D+ in English, Nepali, Social Studies and EPH