Fee: NPR 797,925
Scholarship: 25% Scholarship

Electrical engineering deals with the problems associated with large-scale electrical systems, such as electricity generation, transmission, and distribution, while electronics is concerned with low voltage applications in computers, communication systems, and integrated circuits. The advancements in the power transmission systems and diverse uses of electricity in different walks of life have created a demand for blending of these two disciplines and developing breeds of engineers who have knowledge and skills in both areas. Realizing the need for such manpower, nec started a Bachelor's program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering beginning from the academic year of 2006. The graduates are expected to avail career opportunities in the agencies concerned with generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, alternative/renewable energy, communication, manufacturing and service sectors.