ME in Mechanical Engineering

ME in Mechanical Engineering

2 years
  • Fee:NPR 420,000

The Master of Engineering (ME) in Mechanical Engineering program is carefully designed to equip engineers with a solid foundation and advanced knowledge in critical areas such as Engineering Design, Energy, and Maintenance. Tailored to meet the specific needs of Nepalese industries, the curriculum focuses on fostering research and development skills. Emphasizing a hands-on approach, the program encourages practical skills through project work and dissertation activities. The goal is to not only provide theoretical insights but also instill the ability to apply this knowledge in real-world scenarios. By emphasizing a balance between theory and practical experience, the ME in Mechanical Engineering program aims to produce graduates who are well-prepared to tackle industry challenges and contribute meaningfully to research and development endeavors.


  • Bachelor’s degree in concern subject or equivalent with minimum 50% in aggregate or minimum CGPA of 2.0 (on a 4 point grading system).
  • Undergraduate in Mechanical engineering and any other engineering discipline (civil, electrical, electronics, mechanical) for specialization in Hydropower Engineering.

Curricular Structure

M.E. in Mechanical Engineering Curriculum

The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program is carefully designed to offer students a well-rounded combination of fundamental engineering principles, in-depth specialized knowledge acquired through elective courses, and practical, hands-on experience gained from a comprehensive thesis and problem assessment project.

This program gives students the flexibility to customize their academic journey by selecting electives that align with their individual interests and career aspirations. By providing a balanced curriculum, the Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering aims to prepare students for a successful and fulfilling career in the field, equipping them with both theoretical understanding and practical skills essential for the complexities of mechanical engineering.

Course Plan Layout:

Semester I Semester II Semester III Semester IV
Core I (3 credits) Core IV (3 credits) Prescribed 1 (3 credits) Thesis (15 credits)
Core II (3 credits) Core V (3 credits) Prescribed 2 (3 credits)  
Core III (3 credits) Core VI (3 credits) Problem Assessment Project (9 credits)  
Elective I (3 credits) Elective III (3 credits)    
Elective II (3 credits) Elective IV (3 credits)    

The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering curriculum spans four semesters and is meticulously structured to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of mechanical engineering principles. In the first semester, students engage with core courses such as Core I, Core II, Elective I, and Elective II, laying the foundation for subsequent specialization. The second semester builds on this foundation with Core IV, Core V, Elective III, and Elective IV. The third semester introduces prescribed courses, including Prescribe 1 and Prescribe 2, along with a substantial Problem Assessment Project. The final semester is dedicated to a thesis, representing the culmination of the program and allowing students to apply their knowledge and skills to a significant research endeavor. This course plan, totaling 15 credits each semester, reflects a balanced integration of core, elective, and project components, ensuring a well-rounded education in mechanical engineering.

M.E. in Mechanical Engineering – Core Course Details

S.No Course Code Course Description Credit
1 MEPG 501 Renewable Energy 3
2 MEPG 502 Engineering Design 3
3 MEPG 503 Hydropower Engineering 3
4 MEPG 514 Project Management 3
5 MEPG 520 Power Generation, Transmission & Utilization 3
6 MEPG 574 Maintenance Management 3