- Fee: NPR 800,000
B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a four years, 8 semester program of Kathmandu University.
Why to study Electrical and Electronic (Power & Control) Engineering?
Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering will acquire in-depth understanding of power engineering, power electronics, power quality, power systems modeling, planning, operation and control. They will be able to contribute to the exploitation of vast hydropower potential in Nepal.
10+2 (or equivalent) examinations with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM)
Minimum 2.4 GPA in aggregate and minimum C+ in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) and minimum C in other subjects. Note: Students who have completed +2 in Biology stream must have taken additional mathematics course and passed it with cumulative PCM of 50% or 2.4 GPA to be eligible for the indicated programs.
Note: Students who have completed +2 in Biology stream must have taken additional mathematics course and passed it with cumulative PCM of 50% or 2.4 GPA to be eligible for the indicated programs.
The admission to B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering program is generally called in the month of June/July, every year.
The applicants shall go through an admission test that is designed to assess the student’s background ability in science subjects, as well as identifying the applicant’s capacity in verbal and quantitative reasoning and knowledge and comprehension of the English language.
Detailed information on admission can be found on the official site of the University for Admission, which can be reached at http://www.ku.edu.np/admission/
DoEEE Scholarship: One out of every thirty students admitted to the undergraduate program is awarded this scholarship. This scholarship covers all University fees, excluding accommodation and transportation.Need based Scholarship: KU provides this scholarship to financially needy students. Students applying for this scholarship are required to show evidence of economic hardship. This is a loan scholarship and the students receiving this scholarship are expected to pay the amount back to the University within a few years after graduation. This scholarship contributes to up to 75% of the tuition fees and is awarded to about 5% of the total number of students.
Others: Other opportunities will be announced as funding becomes available. Some students secure funding from external agencies. Some “Work and study” opportunities may also be available.
Where are the career opportunities after doing BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering?
Graduates of BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering can persue their career in diverse fields such as:
- Power sector: Electricity Authorities, hydropower stations
- Industries: Manufacturing and Hotels
- Academic Institutions and Research Centers