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Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering | PU (Pokhara)

Pokhara University provides an undergraduate degree in the field of electronics, which is termed as a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Electrical and Electronics. This degree is based on a semester system and has been divided into eight semesters in total. The total duration of this course is 48 months. This course falls under the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture, and Transportation Studies. It is specially designed for students who are willing to learn about various aspects of engineering, particularly electronics.

Although this program focuses more on hydro-power engineering, the curriculum of this course is designed in such a way that it also includes various other fields such as thermal, solar, and wind energy. The primary goal of this degree is to provide quality education to students and produce highly qualified engineers.

Objectives of Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Some of the major objectives of this program are listed below:

  • To provide graduates with knowledge and competence in various sectors of related fields.
  • To equip graduates with professional skills.
  • To enable students to apply their knowledge of mathematics, science, and design.
  • To develop students' abilities in critical thinking, analyzing data, and interpreting information.
  • To prepare students to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams.
  • To enhance students' abilities to identify, formulate, and solve engineering-related problems.
  • To provide an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.

Admission Requirements in Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Eligibility Criteria for Admission:

  • Students who are interested in joining this course must have completed their +2 degree with a minimum of 50% in the science stream.
  • Candidates must also participate in an entrance test conducted by the university, which covers three major subjects: Math, Physics, and Chemistry.
  • Students must meet the aforementioned criteria to be eligible for enrollment in this course.

Career and Scope

A wide range of employment opportunities is available for graduates of this degree. Electrical engineers can work as technicians, electronic item installers and repairers, and electro-mechanical technicians. These engineers are primarily responsible for developing and designing electrical products. They can also choose to work in the IT and telecommunications sector as it is closely related. Graduates of this degree can specialize in digital and microprocessor systems, software/hardware integration, analog systems, and communication systems.

In Nepal, the demand for engineers, particularly in the field of electronics, is skyrocketing as numerous organizations are seeking trained and skilled engineers. Graduates in this field receive competitive salaries and are highly valued. Some of the reputed sectors in Nepal that hire electrical engineers include:

  • Government sector
  • Nepal Electricity Authority
  • Nepal Telecom
  • - INGOs/NGOs