Science and Technology
Kathmandu University School of Science is running B.Sc in Computational Mathematics program from this academic session. Total number of allocated seats is 30 out of which 27 are open for merit and 3 are reserved Quota.
The total course fee for B.Sc in Computational Mathematics to be paid by any student for study in all 4 year duration science program is NRs. 690,000 (Six lakh ninety thousand only). Additional fees are needed to be paid separately to facilities like hostel.
Candidates are required to appear for Kathmandu University Common Admission Test (KUCAT) and will be offered admission based on rank in KUCAT result in all merit seats and in the quota seats. The admission test will be conducted in the mode of Computer-Based Test (CBT) as described in the KUCAT CBT Information.
Scholarships are available for meritorious and financially weak students as per KU provision. The application for scholarship has to be submitted after the admission with necessary documents. In each program or subject area, one tuition fee waiving scholarship (2 for program with 60 intake capacity) will be available for the first semester based on KUCAT CBT score. Highest merit based scholarship after first semester will be based on Semester Grade Point Average obtained by students in the class.
10+2 (or equivalent) examinations with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science (PMCs).
Minimum 2.4 GPA in aggregate and minimum C+ in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science (PMCs) and minimum C in other subjects.
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.