BE in Mechanical Engineering (Design & Manufacturing)

BE in Mechanical Engineering (Design & Manufacturing)

BE Mechanical ·
4 years
  • Fee:NPR 850,000

Imagination is one of the integral parts of the human mind. But with only imagination, one cannot explain or convince the world. One has to create physical blueprints of the imagination. This is where Design & Manufacturing enters.

This subdivision of Mechanical Engineering is the road map to translate one’s imagination to reality. Design is the building block of all engineering subcomponents. Every subject has its own type of design but the basics for all are the same.

This sub-component of Mechanical Engineering aims in educating students with a holistic approach to design and its manufacturing. Some of the fields that this subcomponent deals with are Machine Element Design, IndustrialAutomation, Robotics, CAD/CAM, Ergonomics, etc.

Why Design & Manufacturing

  • It is the building block of all engineering sub-components
  • To develop skills in Machine element design & Manufacturing
  • To acquire latest technology on Computed Aided Design & Manufacturing
  • It deals with Industrial automation through Robotics

Salient Features

  • Hands on skill development on Machine Element Design
  • Knowledge of Manufacturing processes & production planning

Fee Structure for 2022

The table below displays the total amount that each student must pay for the entire duration of their BE in Mechanical Engineering (Design & Manufacturing) 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).


Course Fee

Nepali Student

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


  • Must have taken PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) in both XI and XII (or equivalent)
  • Minimum grade of C individually in each course.


  • If the student has been evaluated in percentage system, minimum 50% in aggregate of PCM and minimum 50% in total aggregate.

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. 

Job Prospects

  • National & International Design & Modelling Industries
  • Manufacturing, Automation Industry
  • Research Laboratories
  • Process Industry, Manufacturing & Design Companies
  • Self Employment and Individual consultants
  • Opportunities for higher studies