- Fee:NPR 850,000
Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings.
Civil engineering is the oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it was defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering.
The duration of Bachelor of Civil Engineering course of Kathmandu University is four years with eight semesters, each of six months duration. The odd and even semesters start from August and February respectively.
Fee Structure for 2022
The table below displays the total amount that each student must pay for the entire duration of their BE in Civil Engineering studies for the 2022 batch.
Please note that the fees listed in the table do not cover expenses such as hostel accommodation, transportation, and end-of-semester or compartment exam fees. Students will need to pay separate fees for these additional services, as determined by the management of Kathmandu University (KU).
8,50,000 (NRs Eight Lakhs Fifty Thousands Only)
Student From SAARC Nation
1.5 Times of Normal Fee i.e., NPR. 1,275,000
Students From OTHER Nation
2 Times of Normal Fee i.e., NPR. 1,700,000
The requirements to apply for the program are as follows:
- A minimum score of second division marks in 10+2, PCL, Diploma or equivalent in relevant discipline Or, 10+2 Science/12 Science/ISC Minimum D+ grade in each subject of grade 12 with a CGPA 1.6 or more
- A minimum score of second division marks in 10+2, PCL, Diploma or equivalent in relevant discipline Or, 10+2 Science/12 Science/ISC
Application for admission to the program is generally invited in the beginning of July.
Candidates must appear in Kathmandu University Common Admission Test (KUCAT-CBT) and obtain the required threshold score in the test to be eligible for admission.
Admission will be offered on merit basis based on CBT score (rank) for both open and reserved (quota) seat categories.
- Hydropower industries
- Government Organizations
- Consulting firms
- Development Banking and Financial institution
- Research Centers
Why Civil Engineering with specialization in Hydropower Engineering
Infrastructure development is the backbone of any nation for economic prosperity. It should be financially viable, socially acceptable and ecologically sustainable. Civil engineering encompasses the important branches of engineering science to develop and maintain sustainable infrastructures covering a wide-range of specialized fields that address all the above mentioned issues. Hydropower engineering is the specialized yet versatile field of civil engineering that assimilates multi-disciplinary knowledge from all fields of science and technology. Nepal's present aspiration is to build hydropower projects for her economic development. The vision to install 10 GW in ten years is far reaching ambition that must be addressed from all levels of the society to realize it. It is, thus, vital to increase in-house capacity to plan, design, implement, operate and maintain hydropower plants of all scale. Realizing this fact, it is imperative for educational institutions like Kathmandu University to be proactive in producing quality human resources that can directly be involved in such projects and can lead nation achieving this goal.
|MATH101||Calculus and Linear Algebra||3|
|PHYS101||General Physics I||3|
|COMP103||Structure Programming Language||2|
|EEEG101||Basic Electrical Engineering||3|
|PHYS102||General Physics II||3|
|ENVE101||Introduction to Environmental Engineering||2|
|COMP116||Objected Oriented Programming||3|
|MEEG101||Basic Mechanical Engineering||2|
|ENGG102||Engineering Project II||2|
|EDRG102||Engineering Drawing II||2|
|MATH 205||Trigonometry & Analytical Geometry||3|
|MATH 207||Differential Equation & Complex variables||4|
|CIEG 201||Construction Materials||3|
|CIEG 202||Engineering Survey I||3|
|CIEG 203||Applied Mechanics||3|
|CIEG 204||Fluid Mechanics||3|
|CIEG 205||Engineering Project III||2|
|Math208||Statistics & Probability||3|
|CIEG206||Engineering Hydrology and sedimentology||3|
|CIEG207||Engineering Survey II||3|
|CIEG208||Strength of material||3|
|CIEG210||Engineering Project IV(Survey Camp)||2|
|CIEG301||Hydraulics and River Engineering||3|
|CIEG302||Remote Sensing & GIS||2|
|CIEG303||Soil & Rock Mechanics||3|
|CIEG305||Structural Analysis I||3|
|CIEG306||Estimating & Valuation||2|
|CIEG307||Engineering Project V (Hydropower Engineering I)||3|
|CIEG308||Structural Analysis II||3|
|CIEG310||Reinforced concrete Structures Design||3|
|CIEG312||Electrical Power System Engineering||3|
|CIEG313||Water Supply & Sanitary Engineering|
|CIEG311||Project Operation & Maintenance|
|CIEG402||Steel and Timber Structures||3|
|CIEG404||Environmental and Social Impact study||3|
|CIEG405||Entrepreneurship and Ethics||3|
|CIEG406||Hydropower Engineering II(Engg.VI)||3|
Tunneling and Underground Structures
|CIEG499||Final Engineering Project||9|