Bachelor of Civil Engineering | Pokhara University

This bachelor of civil engineering is the program provided by Pokhara University, is one of the oldest, broadest and known as the mother branch of engineering. The course deals with the development and maintenance of physically built environment like dams, roads, building etc. Duration of this course is eight semesters enrolled for four years. Around 50 core and elective courses are displayed through the 4 year session. The program deals with the practical, theoretical as well as field works via lectures and tutorial classes. Civil engineering is divided into many fields. Some of them are listed below:

  • Construction Eng.
  • Transportation Eng.
  • Structural Eng.
  • Urban Eng. etc.

List of Bachelor of Civil Engineering Colleges

Below is the list of colleges for Bachelor of Civil Engineering program under Pokhara University in Nepal.

Objectives of Bachelor of Civil Engineering

After this program, our graduates are:

  • Trained to deal with the designs, operation, maintenance of the services and infrastructures.
  • Qualifies to understand the field of structural, resource, geotechnical, environmental, material, transportation.
  • Will have all qualifications for employment in civil and related professions.
  • Ensuring to analyze survey and handle the infrastructure development tasks where civil engineers plays vital role.

Admission Requirements in Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Eligibility Requirement for Admission:

  • To be eligible for this course, candidate must have passed I.SC and 10+2 examinations.
  • 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics is the minimum criteria for this program.

First Semester

  • Engineering Mathematics I
  • Physics
  • Thermal Science
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Programming in C
  • Basic Electrical Engineering

Second Semester

  • Engineering Mathematics II
  • Chemistry
  • Object Oriented Programming in C++
  • Communication Technique
  • Mechanical Workshop
  • Applied Mechanics I

Third Semester

  • Engineering Mathematics III
  • Applied Mechanics II
  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Building Technology
  • Basic Electrical Engineering

Fourth Semester

  • Numerical Method
  • Strength of Materials
  • Hydraulics
  • Surveying 1
  • Engineering Geology

Fifth Semester

  • Surveying 2
  • Survey Field Project
  • Water Resources Engineering 1
  • Structural Analysis I
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Water Supply Engineering
  • Probability and Statistics

Sixth Semester

  • Water Resources Engineering 2
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Structural Analysis II
  • Sanitary Engineering
  • Engineering Hydrology

Seventh Semester

  • Transportation Engineering I
  • Design of Steel and Timber Structure
  • Design of RCC Structure
  • Estimating Valuation
  • Engineering Economics
  • Elective I

Eighth Semester

  • Transportation Engineering II
  • Construction Project Management
  • Professional Practice
  • Project
  • Elective II

Scope and Career Prospects

Civil engineers are employed in all major construction projects. A Civil Engineer main role is to plan, design, construct and maintain structures. Civil Engineer can work in private construction companies as well as for governmental public works or in universities; as a researcher or a professor. Students after this program can be a technical report writer or even a project manager.  

Career Opportunities:

  • Geotechnical engineer: landfill manager, foundation designer, geologist
  • Construction management: estimator, project engineer, scheduler
  • Engineering Research: government researcher, educational researcher
  • Public work: city manager, federal employee
  • Transportation: consultant, planner. Highway geometric design
  • Structural: analyst, designer
  • CAD-Engineer
  • Water resource: sanitary engineer, water relater structural engineer

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