Extra Curricular Activities
Being a part of the community, making friends, and developing relationships outside of the classroom are vital, hence acem encourages students to take part in extracurricular activities and sports of their choosing. Sports have been shown to help students feel less depressed and anxious, which in turn lifts their spirits. In order to promote their physical and mental health, the institution encourages its students to engage in extracurricular activities and sports.
Sports like basketball, football, cricket, futsal, volleyball, table tennis, badminton, tug-of-war, chess, and other extracurricular activities are available for students to explore their talents in at ACEM. Students are also encouraged to compete in inter- and intra-college competitions, which helps them to become better at their chosen sport.
Research and Innovation Unit
The Research and Innovation Unit is crucial to the advancement of academic activities (including research and academic works) inside the institution by connecting real-world research activities in the most effective manners. From small-scale to moderate-scale to larger projects that will be completed in the future, ACEM encourages students to develop an interest in research and make it a part of their lives. For the benefit of the students, staff, and larger community, the college seeks to improve the research culture via collaborative and interdisciplinary research.
Additionally, students collaborate or work alone to write monthly, quarterly, and yearly papers in periodicals. ACEM continually pushes students in their routine activities to produce creative results. At ACEM, innovation is a culture and a constant activity. The college provides a supportive atmosphere in which fresh ideas may be developed, investigated, and nourished before they are prepared for the market. Its goal is to guide students toward entrepreneurship through its incubation center.
The placement cell is a group within the institution that connects students with industry, helps place students in employment, and equips them with the essential skills for the job market.
ACEM aids in industry preparation and links students to employers. Strong relationships exist between ACEM and many other organizations. Additionally, acem plans events all year long, hosts job fairs, and supports students by coordinating interviews with various businesses.
The accomplishments of its graduates, who have left their marks in all spheres of life across the world, are proof to its dedication to vision and mission. The exposure offered at ACEM prepares students for worldwide employment in the rapidly changing global economy not merely by fostering technological supremacy but also by fostering global awareness.
ACEM is dedicated to giving students the finest worldwide experience possible. As the world becomes increasingly globalized, it is crucial for us to be aware of what is going on in other parts of the world. International collaboration is becoming a significant, if not essential, component of universal global learning. These collaborations pave the way for an approach to global learning that involves faculty, students, and institutions by bringing and sharing cross-cultural practices. ACEM has a number of international partnerships, including those with the Stars Scholars Network, SICHER (IT consulting, based in Silicon Valley, California, USA), and GOETHE-Zentrum. Students will be able to broaden their perspectives on their research through international partnerships and create ties with others, both of which are important for professional advancement.
Clubs Diversity at ACEM
Experiencing Engineering at ACEM is experiencing life on a wider level. Students can be a part of these clubs based on their interests.
- ARC (Advanced Robotics Club)
- Grow Entrepreneurs
- Gamification Club
- Al Club
- CESS (Civil Engineering Student Society)
- AEES (Advanced Electrical Engineering Society)
- PACE (Project Association for Computer & Electronics)
- Living Lab
- Cyber Defender's Club
- Engineers without Borders
- Readers' Club
- Mix and Mingle Club
- The Flourish Club
- Learning Language Club
- Go green Club
- Club Creative
- The Leaders' Club
- Toastmasters Club
- The Healers' Club
- The Athletes Club
ACEM has a strong bond with a number of Nepali businesses, including the industrial and service sectors mainly focusing to IT, Constructions, Hydropower and Robotics and Automation Like ERMC (the biggest consulting group working internationally for World Bank, Asian Dev Bank and Nepalese Government Projects), World Link Communications (one of the largest Internet Service Provider of Nepal), e-Sewa (Strongest Digital Payment Service for Nepal), Leapfrog (Software company working for the USA), Stars Scholars' Network (International Academic Network based on USA), Federation of Contractors Association of Nepal (Association of Nepalese Contractors), Solu Hydropower (Biggest Hydropower Company of Nepal in Private Initiative), Kashmir World Foundation (Innovative Technology Solution Provider, USA), SICHER (IT Consulting, product engineering, and training services provider, headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, USA), Fuse Machine (Al based IT company focusing Education in USA and Nepal), Goethe Institute, (A German Language Institute, Germany), Sheshkant Foundation (Engineering Work-Center, German and NRN Funded Project), BKol (A Class Construction Company of Nepal), Hama Group of Industries (Steel Manufacturer), Nepal Bank Limited (Oldest Financial Institution of Nepal), Robotics Association of Nepal (Drone and Robotics based Institution), Merojob.com (HR Company, Nepal), NREN (Nepal Research and Education Network, Nepal) to name a few. It develops networks between the public and private sectors - locally, nationally and internationally, bringing industries to classroom and taking classes to industries.