Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

BE Mechanical ·
4 years
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Fee (Tentative)Starting NPR 490,000

Mechanical engineering, the broadest of all Engineering disciplines deals with design and production of tools, machines and all other mechanical equipment to be used in industries. The industry offers a wide choice of options extending across many interdisciplinary interdependent specialties.

Mechanical engineering is concerned with all types of machinery in industries and all aspects of their mechanism and functioning; the design, development, construction, production, installation, operation and maintenance; such as large steam and gas turbines, components of thermal power stations, internal combustion engines, jet engines, machine tools, air conditioning and heating machines, refrigerators etc to name a few. They not only design and create new products, but also develop materials for them and ways of making them.


In case of Letter Grading System, students should have secured minimum "C" Grade in all subjects in Grade 11 and 12. 


The basic eligibility criteria for a Mechanical Engineering are 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Job Prospects

Mechanical engineers use engineering principles to provide efficient solutions to the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant, machinery or vehicles. They can work on all stages of a product, from research and development to design and manufacture, through to installation and final commissioning.

Most industries rely on mechanical systems and mechanical engineering is thought to be one of the most diverse of all engineering disciplines, with employment opportunities available in a wide range of sectors, such as the manufacturing, power, construction and medical industries.

Mechanical engineers can also be involved in the management of people and resources, as well as the development and use of new materials and technologies.

Curricular Structure


Year/Part Subjects
I/I Engineering Mathematics I
  Computer Programming
  Engineering Drawing I
  Engineering Physics
  Fundamental of Thermodynamics
  Workshop Technology
I/II Engineering Mathematics II
  Engineering Drawing II
  Basic Electronics Engineering
  Engineering Physics
  Applied Mechanics
  Basic Electrical Engineering
II/I Engineering Mathematics III
  Computer-Aided Drawing
  Material Science
  Engineering Mechanics
  Applied Thermodynamics
II/II Probability & Statistics
  Electric Machines
  Manufacturing & Production Process
  Strength of Materials
  Fluid Mechanics
  Instrumentation and Measurement
III/I Numerical Methods
  Control System
  Organization & Management
  Mechanics of Solid
  Heat Transfer
  Fluid Machines
III/II Communication English
  Machine Design I
  Industrial Eng. & Management
  Theory of Mechanism and Machine I
  Internal Combustion Engines
  Energy Resources
IV/I Machine Design II
  Theory of Mechanism and Machine II
  Engineering Economics
  Turbo Machines
  Environment and Pollution Control
  Elective I
  Industrial Attachment*
IV/II Project Engineering
  Finite Element Method
  Elective II
  Elective III
  Engineering Professional Practices

** Project is conducted in year IV (A) and year IV (B) and *Industrial Attachment for 1 month.