Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering - Pokhara University

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  • Eligibility
  • Job Prospects
  • Curriculum

Info

Last three decades have witnessed phenomenal growth in electronics and communication, from lines to microwave and broadband communication. The growth is expected to be still more vigorous, involving higher levels of sophistication, technology and skills in the days to come. This has created avenues for specialized manpower who could be engaged in design, development, operation and maintenance of electronic circuits and devices for diverse communication needs.

This Bachelor in Electronics and Communication Engineering course has been designed to meet the ever-increasing demand of personnel in the field of electronics and communications and to make students familiar with new technologies so that they can be able to apply their knowledge and skills with confidence to solve the real problems.

Objective:

The objective of the program is to train the students with needed competence in design, testing and engineers who have knowledge and skills in both the areas.

Eligibility

Eligibility

Eligibility: Students who have passed 10+2 or equivalent examinations with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM) are eligible to apply for the admission.

Admission Criteria

Every year 19 students get scholarships to study for Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering (BE-Elx & Com.) at Pokhara University.

The distribution of Scholarships Quota is as follows:

SN

Name of College

Scholarships Seats (Quota)

1

Nepal Engineering College, Changunarayan Bhaktapur

5

2

Pokhara Engineering College, Phirke, Pokhara

2

3

Apex College, , Baneshwor

2

4

Lumbini Engineering, Management and Science College, Bhalwari, Butwal Rupandehi

2

5

Nepal College of Information Technology (NCIT), Balkumari, Lalitpur

2

6

Cosmos College of Management and Technology, Khumaltar Lalitpur

2

7

Everest Engineering and Management College, Lalitpur

2

8

Rapti Engineering College, Sital Nagar, Dang

2

Job Prospects

The Graduates of BE Electronics & Communication can expect career opportunities in agencies concerned with generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, alternative/renewable energy projects, communication, manufacturing and service sectors.

Curriculum

Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering curriculum of Pokhara University

Semester Semester

First Semester

  • MTH 111.3 Engineering Mathematics-I
  • CHM 103.4 Chemistry
  • CMP 103.3 Programming in C
  • ENG 104.2 Communication Technique
  • MEC 178.1 Mechanical Workshop
  • ELE 105.3 Basic Electrical Engineering

Second Semester

  • MTH 121.3 Engineering Mathematics-II
  • PHY 102.4 Physics
  • MEC 109.1 Engineering Drawing
  • CMP 104.2 Object Oriented Programming in C++
  • MEC 189.2 Thermal Science
  • MEC 119.3 Applied Mechanics

Third Semester

  • MTH 211.3 Engineering Mathematics-III
  • ELX 212.3 Logic Circuits
  • ELX 223.3 Electromagnetic Field and Waves
  • ELE 215.3 Network Theory
  • ELX 213.3 Electronic Devices
  • ELE 226.2 Electrical Engineering Material

Fourth Semester

  • MTH 223.3 Engineering Mathematics-IV
  • ELE 221.3 Instrumentation
  • ELX 225.3 Electronic Circuits
  • ELX 226.3 Microprocessors
  • MTH 317.3 Numerical Methods

Fifth Semester

  • ELE-375.3 Control System
  • ELX 352.3 Microprocessor System and Interfacing
  • CMM-352.2 Signal and System
  • CMP 364.3 Computer Graphics
  • ELX 353.3 Integrated Digital Electronics

Sixth Semester

  • MTH 212.3 Probability and Statistics
  • CMM-363.3 Analog Communication
  • ELX-361.3 Industrial Electronics and Drives
  • ELX 362.3 Filter Design
  • CMP 367.3 Computer Organization
  • PRJ 300.2 Minor Project

Seventh Semester

  • MNG 410.3 Engineering Economics
  • CMM-371.3 Electromagnetic Propagation & Antenna
  • CMM-477.3 Digital Communication
  • CMP 474.3 Computer Network
  • Elective Elective-I (3 Credits)

Eighth Semester

  • MNG 411.2 Organization and Management
  • CMM-482.3 Digital Signal Processing
  • CMM-481.3 Telecommunication
  • PRJ 400.5 Project Work
  • Elective Elective-II (3 Credits)

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