Plus Two

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about a segment of Nepal (Country) & Indian school education. For trousers, see Plus twos. For the 2010 Malayalam film, see Plus Two (film).

Plus Two refers to the segment of Indian and Nepali school education that is made of standards (grades) 11 and 12, known as higher secondary education by Nepal for the first time. In most states in India, the Plus Two is part of high school; in a few, it is called Junior College and is part of college education. Plus Two education is provided by each state individually and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Each state has its own syllabus for Plus Two while CBSE provides unified syllabus which is followed in all states. Plus Two education is essential for getting admission to colleges. Passing SLC is essential for getting admission to Plus Two.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]