Bachelor of Computer Engineering is a four-year, eight semester program of Tribhuvan University. Ten (11) Engineering Colleges of Nepal offers Bachelor of Computer Engineering (BE Computer) course with affiliation from Tribhuvan University. Total number of BE Computer seats at Tribhuvan University is 710.
Computer Engineers design and develop the application of computer systems. Majority of computers are used as components within other systems such as audio-visual players, the engine management systems, aircraft navigation systems, and automatic control systems.
This programme is intended to produce skilled, qualified human resource that works for software development, network design and implementation, hardware and software trouble shooting, network security policies, etc
The candidate applying for BE Computer Engineering program:
In case of Letter Grading System, students should have secured minimum "C" Grade in all subjects in Grade 11 and 12.
Should have successfully completed a twelve year of schooling in the science stream or equivalent from any university, board or institution recognized by TU.Should have secured a minimum of second division in their +2 or equivalent
Should have successfully passed the entrance examination conducted by TU securing at least 35% marks.
Compiled with all the application procedures.
Computer engineers are in high demand in different industries including software, hardware, and electronics. Computer engineer can work in any of the positions:
Engineering Mathematics I
Engineering Drawing I
Basic Electrical Engineering
Engineering Mathematics II
Engineering Drawing II
Basic Electronics Engineering
Fundamental of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Engineering Mathematics III
Object Oriented Programming
Electric Circuit Theory
Theory of Computation
Electronics Devices and Circuit
Data Structure and Algorithm
Probability and Statistics
Computer organization and Architecture
Object Oriented Analysis and Design
Database Management System
Organization and Management
Energy Environment and Society
Computer Networks and Security
Digital Signal Analysis and Processing
Project (Part A)
Engineering Professional Practice
Simulation and Modeling
Internet and Intranet
Project (Part B)