Nepal Engineering College (nec) is offering two years Masters Degree Program in Interdisciplinary Water Resources Management in affiliation to Pokhara University.
The objective of the program is to produce qualified professionals with interdisciplinary knowledge and skills and capacity to respond to the established and emerging challenges in water resources management.
The program is partially supported under Crossing Boundaries (CB) Project with funding of the Government of the Netherlands. The CB Project support includes 10 fellowships, called South Asian Water Alliance Fellowship (SAWA-Fellowship), awarded to 8 female and 2 male students every year.
Ten seats are also available for full fee paying students which comes to Rs. 200,000.00 for the entire course.
Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the admission to the course and award of the SAWA-Fellowship.
Minimum Bachelor degree in Science and Technology ( Engineering, Applied Sciences, Natural Sciences or Basic Sciences) with 15 years of education completed from recognized university or institution, securing minimum of second division marks.
The fellowship covers full tuition fee, a monthly subsistence allowance of Rs. 5,000.00 for the duration of the course and international exposure through study visits and training programs.
The selection of the candidates for admission to the course and award of SAWA Fellowship shall be based on academic merit, decided by past academic achievements, performance in the entrance test and interviews and work experience of the candidates. Women candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
"Bachelor's degree with at least second division having a minimum of 15 years of education in Science and Technology (Engineering, Basic Sciences, Applied and Natural Sciences) from a recognized university/institution."