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Sufficient Seats Unfilled in Engineering Campuses Outside Chitwan

January 16, 2024
Sufficient Seats Unfilled in Engineering Campuses Outside Chitwan

The Institute of Engineering, affiliated with Tribhuvan University, has initiated undergraduate studies from Magh 2, 2080 at its affiliated colleges. Due to various controversies, the institute could not conduct entrance exams at the designated time, leading to unfilled seats in its constituent colleges.

As per the institute's information, 1,095 seats are still available out of the total seating capacity of 4,344. In the central campus, an average of 10% of students have left their seats unfilled, while some private colleges under the institute also have a significant number of vacant seats.

In the Chitwan Engineering Campus under Tribhuvan University, all seats have been filled in the agricultural engineering program, while in all other campuses, there are vacant seats. Janakpur Engineering College has allocated 192 seats for its classes, with only 32 students enrolled, leaving 160 seats vacant, according to the Dean's Office.

Despite the availability of 288 seats at Kantipur Engineering College, only 93 students have enrolled, leaving 195 seats empty. In this, all 96 seats for Communication and Information Engineering are unfilled, while in Computer Engineering, 23 out of 96 seats are vacant, and in Civil Engineering, 76 out of 96 seats remain unfilled.

Similarly, in Kathmandu Engineering College, there is a total of 384 seats. Among them, 237 seats are filled, leaving 147 seats vacant. Specifically, in architecture, out of 48 seats, 9 are vacant, in electrical engineering out of 48 seats, 33 are filled, in civil engineering out of 96 seats, 54 are filled, and in electronics, communication, and information engineering, out of 96 seats, 51 are vacant.

Likewise, the Advanced College of Engineering has provided 336 seats, out of which 191 students have been enrolled, leaving 145 seats vacant. Among them, 47 out of 48 seats in Electrical Engineering, 60 out of 96 seats in Communication and Information Engineering, and 38 out of 96 seats in Civil Engineering are unfilled.

With 240 seats available at Himalaya College of Engineering, only 126 students have been enrolled, leaving 114 seats vacant. Among them, all 54 seats in Civil Engineering are empty, 28 out of 48 seats in Electronics, Communication and Information Engineering are unfilled, and other programs also have some vacant seats.

Additionally, Kathford International College has allocated 384 seats, with 237 students enrolled and 147 seats vacant. Among them, 23 out of 48 seats in Civil Engineering, 32 out of 48 seats in Electronics, Communication and Information Engineering, and 38 out of 96 seats in Civil Engineering are unfilled.

In the Thapathali Campus with 432 seats, 21 seats remain vacant. The campus operates 14 programs, and out of the total seats, 21 are vacant, including 5 seats in Industrial Engineering, 1 in Regular (Merit) program of Electronics, Communication and Information Engineering, and 1 in the Mechanical Engineering program.

Furthermore, the Khwopa College of Engineering has 192 seats, with 176 students enrolled and 16 seats vacant. Among them, 15 out of 48 seats in Electrical Engineering and 1 out of 96 seats in Civil Engineering are unfilled.

Likewise, the Pulchowk Campus has a total of 624 seats in its 16 programs, with 2 seats remaining vacant. Among them, only 1 seat is unfilled in the Civil Engineering Regular (Merit) program, and 1 seat is vacant in Chemical Engineering Full-Fee program, according to the Dean's Office.

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