BE electrical is a four year course. The four year course of BE electrical in Pulchowk campus was introduced in 1994 with the aid of World Bank, Swiss Association for Development and Corporation (SDC), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). It's not anyone's cup of tea to study BE electrical in Pulchowk campus, the students should pass the entrance exam within the given intake capacity of Pulchowk campus. Entrance is very tough and competitive so students put hard labor and devotion for it. BE electrical engineers are providing their service in the electrical system design, various research and consultancy works for different residential and commercial building and workplace. BE electrical engineers are very important for the Nepalese context as electricity and electrical appliances are perquisites of the development and technical people like engineers dealing with such works are needed in every steps.
The electrical engineering of Pulchowk campus has sophisticated laboratories compared to other campuses in the country. The advance laboratories are helping the engineers to conduct experiments, research, training and manufacturing activities. Some of the physical facilities that BE electrical pulchowk campus have are:
Not only physical facilities, there are various training works that students can get in electrical engineering of Pulchowk campus. As per the official website of pulchowk campus, following trainings are provided to the students:
He/ She should pass with at least 45% marks in aggregate in plus two levels or A level or diploma level with major physics, chemistry and 200 marks mathematics for getting admission in BE electrical.
In regular category and full fee category, 24 students+ 24 students (48 students) are selected in BE electrical in Pulchwok Campus.
Fee structure of BE Electrical engineering in Pulchowk Campus:
For regular students: Rs. 8, 283.5 for each semester.
For full paying: Rs. 75, 657.5 for each semester
For foreigners: Rs. 2, 23, 430 for each semester
Total marks : 140 marks
Subjects and total weights of the subjects: