Kathmandu University

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE; SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

2009

A Brief History
As a precursor to the establishment of a University, a team dedicated people first established Kathmandu Valley Campus in 1985 to provide education in Intermediate of Science (ISc). The same team proposed the establishment of Kathmandu University. After thorough discussion on the proposal in the Parliament, Kathmandu University was granted by an Act of Parliament on December 11, 1991. Important Milestones Aug 1985: Establishment of Kathmandu Valley Campus with academic affiliation with Tribhuvan University; Dec 1991: Establishment of Kathmandu University under an Act of Parliament; Dec 1991: First Senate Meeting presided by the Prime Minister and Chancellor of Kathmandu University, Mr. Girija Prasad Koirala; Appointment of Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma as the Vice Chancellor of the University; Jan 1992: Appointment of Dr. Sitaram Adhikary as the Registrar of the University; July 1992: Appointment of Dr. Bhadra Man Tuladhar as the Dean of School of Science: July 1992: Launching of Kathmandu University’s own Intermediate of Science Program; Aug 1993: Started Master of Business Administration (MBA) program; Aug 1994: Started four-year bachelor courses in Mechanical, Electrical & Electronics, Computer Engineering, Pharmacy and Environmental Science; Dec 1994: Granted affiliation to Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, to run MBBS program; Aug 1995: Inauguration of the University at Dhulikhel by HRH Crown Prince Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev; Nov 1995: Granted Provisional affiliation to St. Xavier’s College, Kathmandu, for Bachelor in Social Work (BSW); Oct 1996: Obtained associate membership of the Association of Indian Universities; Nov 1996: Inauguration of Department of Music, Bhaktapur, by His Excellency President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Professor Dr. Roman Herzog; Aug 1997: Granted affiliation to St. Xavier’s College, Kathmandu, to run BSc (Environmental Science) program; Granted affiliation to Kathmandu College of Management, Kathmandu, to run BBA program; Sep 1997: Dec 1997: Launched MPhil programs in Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics and Physics; Granted affiliation to (a) Nepalgunj Medical College, Nepalgunj, (b) Kathmandu Medical College, Kathmandu, and, (c) Nepal Medical College, Kathmandu, to run MBBS program; Launched postgraduate and in-service teacher education programs; Establishment of Dhulikhel Medical Institute and launching three years Intermediate program in Nursing, Laboratory Technology, Physiotherapy, General Medicine, and Ophthalmology under the collaboration with Dhulikhel Hospital ; Launched MPhil and PhD Program in Education; Granted affiliation to (a) Little Angel’s College, Lalitpur, and (b) Nepal College of Management, Kathmandu to run BBA program; Granted affiliation to National College, Kathmandu, to run B.A. in Development Studies; Launched MS Orthopaedics at B&B Hospital; Launched graduate programs in Environmental Science and Pharmacy; Launched MCh Neurosurgery at Bir Hospital; Launched Executive MBA program; Granted affiliation to Training Institute for Technical Instruction (TITI), to run BTechEd Program; Launched graduate programs in Information Technology, Communication Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering; Started MBBS courses at Kathmandu University School of Medical Science (KUSMS); Started postgraduate diploma in Primary Education in association with Bank Street College, New York and Rato Bangla School Nepal; Started four-year Bachelor course in Buddhist Studies; Started four-year course in Biotechnology; Signed agreement with Dhulikhel Hospital, to operate and develop it as KU Teaching Hospital;

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Launched postgraduate program at Bangalore, Mangalore and Manipal, India in Anaesthesiology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Radiodiagnosis, Paediatrics, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Neurosurgery, Conservative Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Prosthodontics in collaboration with MEMG, India; Launched post graduate program in Pathology in collaboration with Manipal College of Medical Sciences, College of Medical Sciences, Kathmandu Medical College; Started four-year course in Biotechnology; Launched Diploma in Fine Arts under the School of Arts; Launched MEd Program in ELT; Signed agreement with B & B Hospital, Lalitpur, and, Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children (HRDC), Banepa, to provide their services to KU Medical Sciences for teaching purposes in MBBS and other programs; Launched postgraduate program in Natural and Human Resources Management under the School of Arts; Launched postgraduate program at Bangalore, Mangalore and Manipal, India in Psychiatry and Pathology in collaboration with MEMG, India; Started postgraduate program in Electrical Power in collaboration with NTNU and NORAD; Launched Bachelor of Fine Arts under the School of Arts; Started bachelor course in Nursing Started four year bachelor course in Environmental Engineering; Granted affiliation to Scheer Memorial Hospital College of Nursing to run BSc., Nursing;

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Launched four-year Bachelor program in Human biology; Started Four year Bachelor program in Media Studies; Granted affiliation to Kathmandu Medical College to run BSc Nursing program; Launched MEd program in Mathematics; Launched MEd program in School of Education; Launched MD Internal Medicine at MCOMS, COMS; MS Obstetrics and Gynecology at COMS, Bharatpur and NGMC, Nepalgunj; General Medicine at NGMC, Nepalgunj; Launched Master in Management in collaboration with South Asian Institute of Management; Granted affiliation to Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar to run MBBS Program; Appointment of Dr. Bhadra Man Tuladhar as the Registrar of the University; Started two-year MEd program in Environment Education and Sustainable Development in collaboration with University of Oslo and Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway; Establishment of Confucius Institute at KU with collaboration Hebei University of Economics & Business; Launched four-year Bachelor of Engineering program in Geomatics Engineering in collaboration with LMTC; Granted affiliation to Kantipur Dental College to run four-year BDS program; Launched Postgraduate Diploma in Security Management; Organized Third South Asian University Youth Festival in Dhulikhel; 32 universities participated; Launched M. Phil. in Management.

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A University with Commitment
Kathmandu University was established in November 1991, as an autonomous, not-for-profit, non- government, public institution through private initiative. The University is committed to develop leaders in professional areas through quality education. “The students should make the right choice for their desired future prospects.”

Vision
“To become a world-class university devoted to bringing knowledge and technology to the service of mankind.” Prof. Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma Vice Chancellor

Mission
“To provide quality education for leadership”

University Administration
The University has autonomy in terms of operating and managing the university. The Senate, Executive Council, Academic Council and the Deans develop the internal policies and programs to run the university. Prime Minister of Nepal is the Chancellor of the University and Minister for Education is the Pro-chancellor. Vice Chancellor is the Chief Executive of the University, followed by Registrar and Deans from all schools.

Strategy
KU has launched a long-term strategy for 2003-2013, based on its experiences gained in the first ten years of its establishments, which are to: • • • Achieve excellence in teaching; Provide strong support to professional courses; Conduct research activities in the fields of environment, energy, medicinal plant and information technology.

Student Welfare Council
There is a provision of a elected Student Welfare Council in each school for co-ordinating students extracurricular activities.

Organization
The university conducts various academic programs in different disciplines from intermediate to PhD levels through six schools which are: School of Science, School of Management, School of Engineering, School of Medical Sciences, School of Arts and School of Education.

Location
The University is situated at Dhulikhel, Kavre, about 30 kilometers east of Kathmandu in a picturesque landscape having round-the-year pleasant climate and panoramic Himalayan Views.

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Undergraduate Programs in Science & Engineering
University offers the following 4-year courses (2009 – 2013) for admission in August 2009. School of Science • BTech in Biotechnology p-9 • BTech in Environmental Engineering p-11 • BSc in Environmental Science p-13 • BSc in Human Biology p-15 • BPharm in Pharmacy p-17 • BSc in Applied Mathematics p-19 • BSc in Applied Physics p-21 • Bachelor of Statistics p-23 School of Engineering • BE in Computer Engineering p-25 • BE in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Communication) p-27 • BE in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Power & Control) p-29 • BE in Mechanical Engineering p-31 • BE in Geomatics Engineering p-33 • BE in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Hydropower) p-35

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Research environment Regular updating of curriculum as per the changing technology and national need Separate hostels for boys and girls

Teaching - Learning Approach
This approach will enable students not only to interact among group members but also to gain confidence in their subject by constant interaction with faculty and classmates.

Tutorials and Group Exercises

Field Trip

University’s Strong Base and Professional Foundation are built on:
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Experimentation

Project Work

Project Works and Research
The students are involved in project works from the very beginning and they are continuously encouraged and supported for research activities. A students’ project exhibition (KUPEX) is organized every year to expose their achievements.

Procedure for Admission
• Applications for admission are invited by public notice in national newspapers. Application form together with information brochure for admission 2008, may be obtained from the Central Office, Dhulikhel, paying Rs. 300.00 (non-refundable). Alternatively, application form can also be downloaded from the Kathmandu University Web page: www.ku.edu.np/admission/ admission.htm Applicants are advised to carefully read the information brochure and identify the study programs of their choice. Application form should be correctly filled in. It must contain all necessary information and documents. Applicants should prioritize subjects to be studied. The form should be submitted to KU with a non-refundable payment of Rs. 500.00. In case of applicants who have downloaded form from the web, a non-refundable payment of Rs 800.00 will have to be made with submission of application. A test of two-hour duration will be taken in KU, Dhulikhel, to assess applicant’s proficiency in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics to prepare a short-list. Short-listed applicants will be interviewed by the concerned departments to assess their aptitude. Applicants who get through test and interview are required to get admission in time as stated in the brochure.

Time Schedule for Admission
Applicants are advised to follow the time schedule given below: Working days and other schedules will be as per the academic calendar published by the university. ADMISSION SCHEDULE
Distribution of application forms Admission test: Date Time Publication of interviews list Interview date Publication of selected candidates list Admission July 30 to August 7, 2009 August 9, 2009, Sunday 14.00 to 16.00 pm August 11, 2009, Tuesday August 12 & 13, 2009 August 14, 2009, Friday August 14 to 20, 2009

ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Semester I (Fall semester) Session Starts on Dasai Evaluation of Practical Oriented Courses End-semester Examination Semester II (Spring Semester) Session starts on Sports week Evaluation of Practical Oriented Courses End-semester Examination August 23, 2009, Sunday September 19 to October 3, 2009 December 20 to 25, 2009 January 15, 2010 onwards February 7, 2010, Sunday February 20 to 27, 2010 June 20-25, 2010 July 1, 2010 onwards

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Fee Regulations
Fee determined by the university is payable by students. Students selected for admission are required to pay fee for their respective program. 1. Student will pay fee and caution money as shown in the chart for their individual program. Fee Structure for Undergraduate Program (Science & Engineering) Batch 2009-2013 Particulars
Admission Registration Development Caution Money KU Souvenir Total (A) For the entire program B. Fees: For semester I C. Fees: For semester II D. Tuition for semester I & II Total Cost in 1st Year (A+B+C+D) 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year Total Cost At the time of Admission Medical Insurance per year at KUTH, DH Pharmacy Council Fee (one time) Amount to be paid at the time of Admission *All Engg. Environmental B. Pharmacy Biotechnology Programs/ Science Env. Engg. 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 4,000.00 35,000.00 4,000.00 200.00 58,200.00 13,700.00 13,600.00 57,000.00 142,500.00 87,700.00 13,600.00 57,000.00 410.000.00 85,400.00 600.00 – 86,000.00 4,000.00 35,000.00 4,000.00 200.00 58,200.00 13,700.00 13,600.00 59,000.00 144,500.00 88,500.00 90,500.00 91,500.00 415,000.00 86,900.00 600.00 1,000.00 88,500.00 4,000.00 35,000.00 4,000.00 200.00 58,200.00 13,700.00 13,600.00 72,000.00 157,500.00 102,300.00 104,400.00 105,800.00 470,000.00 87,400.00 600.00 – 88,000.00 4,000.00 35,000.00 4,000.00 200.00 58,200.00 12,700.00 12,600.00 56,000.00 139,500.00 83,800.00 85,300.00 86,400.00 395,000.00 84,400.00 600.00 – 85,000.00 Human Biology 15,000.00 4,000.00 35,000.00 4,000.00 200.00 58,200.00 12,700.00 12,600.00 57,000.00 140,500.00 83,300.00 85,600.00 85,600.00 395,000.00 84,400.00 – – 85,000.00 BSc Applied Math/Applied Physics/BStat 12,000.00 4,000.00 20,000.00 4,000.00 200.00 40,200.00 11,800.00 11,900.00 40,000.00 103,900.00 70,300.00 72,900.00 72,900.00 320,000.00 60,000.00 600.00 – 60,600.00

* Engg. Programs: Electrical & Electronic Engineering; Computer Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Geomatics Engineering; Civil Engineering (Specialization in Hydropower)/Env. Engg. = Environmental Engineering.

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Additional Expenses: In addition, students will have to pay for the followings (optional): • Accommodation in KU Hostels. • Dining at the University cafeteria. • Transportation cost for those using transportation service arranged by the University. 2. A student withdrawing from a program in the first 2 weeks of admission will apply to the DEAN of the respective school for permission to withdraw. On grant of such permission, fees, except caution deposit, will be refunded as given below: Refund 70% No refund

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Payment has to be made by depositing the required amount in any branch of Nepal Investment Bank, Saving Account No. 0058132630 in favor of Kathmandu University or NABIL at Kantipath, Kathmandu, in the Savings Account No. 011 001 0955102. Students are required to submit the bank deposit receipt to account office of the university and obtain a receipt for the same. Late Fees : a. b. Tuition fee for each semester must be paid from the 1st to the 15th day of the month notified at the beginning of the semester; Failure to pay within the prescribed period will result in paying late fees and/or cancellation of registration. Late fees will be charged as follows: i. From the 16th day to the end of the month Rs. 100. ii. From the 1st to the end of the next month Rs. 100 + Rs.10 per day. iii. Failure to pay the tuition fee along with late fee by the end of the next month will automatically lead to the cancellation of the admission. iv. Re-admission, if allowed, will cost Rs. 500 as re-admission fee along with pending dues.

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Duration August 23 to September 4, 2009 From September 6, 2009 onwards 3.

No degree will be conferred upon any candidate and no transcripts will be issued before clearance of all dues and charges, including tuition fee. 8.

Instruction for Payment 4. The above arrangements are for a normal situation. Whenever a student’s program gets modified or the progress is delayed beyond maximum permissible time, such a student is advised to consult the appropriate authority before registration. Fees and other charges are payable in advance for each semester on the notified dates. No withdrawal from a course(s) will entitle a student for refund of fees.

Caution deposits are refundable under following conditions after adjustment of dues: Percentage Refund a. b. After successful completion of course, i.e., after graduation, 100% After clearing all dues, if a student is required by the university to withdraw, 100% c. After clearing all dues, if a student voluntarily drops out, 50%. Validity of refund for the caution deposit is one year.

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Refund will be made by cheque only.

Evaluation System
• • Performance of a student shall be continuously assessed through in-semester and end-semester examinations. Evaluation is done on a four-point grade system, as follows: Grade Grade Point • • A A- B+ B B- C+ C CD F 0

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No student can pass the level with “F” in any particular course The maximum duration for completion of the undergraduate program for a student is seven years from the date of admission in that program.

Facilities

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If a student fails in more than two courses, s/he has to seek permission from the Dean to repeat the semester. If a student fails in two or less than two courses, s/he is allowed only three chances to appear in the failed courses as follows: a. First compartment examination will generally be held within a month after completion of regular end-semester on a day to be notified by the university. If a student fails in First compartment examination, s/he will be allowed to reappear in the next regular examination of that course. If a student again fails in this attempt, s/he will be allowed to reappear again in the following compartment examination.
Transportation facilities Library facilities Hostel facilities Canteen facilities

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Graduates
As of 2008, the University has produced 828 science graduates and 1097 engineering graduates, including undergraduates and graduates. Immediate acceptance of KU graduates by the market and their respectable placements prove the quality of graduates and commitment of the University for excellence.

A student passing compartment examinations shall get maximum A- grade. The GPA of the students should remain 2.0 and above, throughout the duration of their studies. If a student fails to maintain this GPA, or receives two or more permanent ‘F’ grades then the students may be required to withdraw from the program. The student not obtaining minimum GPA 2.0 in each semester shall be deemed to have failed the semester.

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BTech in Biotechnology
1. Why Biotechnology? The students will acquire knowledge and skill of Biotechnology which is a frontier area offering a new technological base to understand the living beings at the molecular level, unravel the genetic codes that govern biological processes and thereby be able to manipulate those for the betterment of humankind. A career in biotechnology is not just a job, it is an invitation to participate in the development of new products and processes that could improve the quality of human life. 2. Where are the career opportunities? • • Research and development in the processing of diverse biological materials and for managing bio-industries. Employments are available in industries like chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and beverages and, plant and animal biotechnology plus other options in forensics, disease and diagnostic therapy, education and environmental protection bodies. For further studies at Masters or Doctoral levels.

Lab Work

Experimental Setup

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What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or PCB. Financial-Aid and Scholarship: The University provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students. -8Biotechnology Lab

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Year

Semester
Math 111 PHYS 111 Calculus & Algebra General Physics I [3] [2] MATH 102 PHYS 112 Stats & Probability General Physics II [3] [2] BIOT 201 Microbiology [3] BIOT 206 Molecular Biology 1 [3] BIOT 301 Downstream Processing [3] BIOT 305 Bioinformatics [3] BIOT 401 Industrial Biotechnology [3] BIOT*** Electives [3] BIOT 201 Genetics [3] BIOT 207 Immunology [3] BIOT 302 Molecular Biology II [3] BIOT 306 Recombinant DNA Technology [3] BIOT 402 Entrepreneurship Development [2] BIOT*** Electives [3] CHEM 101 General Chemistry [3] COMP 102 Computer Programming [3] BIOT 203 Biochemistry [3]

Course Outlines: BTech in Biotechnology
BIOL 101 General Biology [2] CHEM 102 Inorganic Chemistry [2] BIOT 204 Principal of Biochemical Engg. [3] BIOT 209 Biophysics [3] BIOT 304 Animal Cell Culture Technology [2] BIOT 308 Enzymology & Enzyme Technology [3] BIOT 451 Industrial Biotechnology [1] COMP 101 Computer Foundation [2] BIOT 101 Introductory Biotechnology [3] BIOT 205 Cell Biology [3] BIOT 210 Microbial Bioprocess Engineering [1] INAN 301 Instrumental Analysis [3] BIOT 309 Biosafety & Bioethics [3] BIOT 452 Industrial Biotechnology lab [1] ENGG 101 Engineering Project [2] ENGG 102 Engineering Project 1 [2] CHEM 201 Reaction Mechanism & Stereo Chemistry [1] CHEM 208 Quantitative Analysis [3] BIOT 351 Downstream Processing Lab [2] BIOT 310 Industrial Plant Studies [1] BIOT452 Seminar In Biotechnology [1] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing I [2] EDRG 102 Engineering Drawing II [2] BIOT 251 Microbiology Lab [1] BIOT 254 Microbial Bioprocess Engineering Lab[2] BIOT 352 Molecular Biology Lab [1] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] ENGT 102 Communication Skills II [2] BIOT 252 Biochemistry Lab [2] BIOT 255 Immunology Lab [1] BIOT 353 Plant Biotechnology Lab [1] BIOT 253 Cell Biology Lab [1] CHEM 211 Quantitative Analysis Lab [1] BIOT 354 Animal Cell Culture Lab [1] INAN 302 Instrumental Analysis [1] PHYS 103 Physics Lab Work [1]

Total Credit
20

I I II

19

I II II

20

BIOT 208 Developmental Biology [3] BIOT 303 Plant Biotechnology [3] BIOT 307 Environmental Biotechnology [3] BIOT 403 Total Quality Management [3] BIOT*** Electives [3]

21

I III II

19

BIOT 356 BIOT 355 Recombinant DNA Environmental Biotechnology Lab Technology Lab [1] [1] BIOT 453 Industrial Training [2] BIOT *** Electives [3] BIOT *** Electives [3]

18

I IV II

18

BIOT 455 Project Work [6]

15

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150

BIOT*** Electives
Course Code
BIOT 404 BIOT 404 BIOT 405 BIOT 406 BIOT 407 BIOT 408 BIOT 409 BIOT 410 BIOT 411

Subjects
Plant Molecular Biology [3] Plant Molecular Biology [3] Biometrical Genetics and Plant Breeding [3] Herbs and Herbal Products [3] Agricultural Biotechnology [3] Plant Pathology [3] Immunotechnology [3] Cancer Biology [3] Vaccine Development and Production [3]

Course Code
BIOT 412 BIOT 412 BIOT 413 BIOT 414 BIOT 415 BIOT 416 BIOT 417 BIOT 418 BIOT 419

Subjects
Horticulture/Floriculture Protein Engineering [3] Molecular Modelling and Drug Design [3] Genomics & Proteomics [3] Food Chemistry [3] Food Processing and Preservation [3] Neutraceuticals and Functional foods [3] Human Nutrition and Dietetics [3] Dairy Technology [3]

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BTech in Environmental Engineering
1. Why Environmental Engineering? The students will acquire knowledge and skill of Environmental Engineering which is designed to develop human resources in the areas of development, improvement and transfer of appropriate technologies for the abatement of pollution and minimization of the environmental risk of development works using environment friendly technologies and engineering methods. It is an interdisciplinary program, comprising courses on basic sciences, applied sciences, engineering, socioeconomic and legal aspects as well as specialized courses in the concerned field. This program focuses on the basic understanding of the environmental problems and their mitigation through appropriate and environment friendly methodologies. 4. 3. What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or Diploma in Engineering/Architecture. Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarships are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

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Where are the career opportunities?
Disaster Management Center GIS Lab

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Environmental regulatory bodies Municipalities and other local governing bodies Academic institutions/ Research Centers NGOs/INGOs Large and medium industries Dams and large irrigation systems Hydropower - 10 Experimental Plot Students in Field

Year

Semester MATH101 Calculus & Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advanced Calculus [3] PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3]

Course Outlines: BTech in Environmental Engineering
CHEM 101 General Chemistry [3] EEEG 101 Basic Electrical Engineering [3] ENVE 101 Introduction to Environmental Engineering [2] CIEG 201 Construction Materials and Technology [3] CHEM 208 Quantitative Analysis I [2] CIEG 301 Hydraulics & River Engineering [3] ENVS 306 GIS & Remote Sensing [3] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing I [2] EDRG 102 Engineering Drawing II [2] CIEG 202 Applied Mechanics [3] ENGG 101 Engineering Project [2] ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2] CIEG 203 Fluid Mechanics [3] CIEG 206 Strength of Materials [3] CIEG 306 Structural Analysis I [3] CIEG 311 Estimating & Valuation [2] CIEG 406 Engineering Ethics & Professional Practice [2] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] ENGT 102 Communication Skill II [2] GEOM 202 Engineering Survey I [3] CIEG 207 Engineering Geology [3] ENVS 335 Applied Hydrology [3] ENVS 333 Meteorology & Climatology [3] COMP 101 Information Systems Technology [2] COMP 112 Computer Programming [3] ENGG 103 Workshop Technology [1]

Total Credit 20

I I II

MEEG 101 Basic Mechanical Engineering [2]

20

I II II

ENVE 202 MEEG 207 MATH 207 Principles of Engineering Differential Equations Biological & Chemical Thermodynamic [3] Engineering [2] & Complex Variables [4]

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MATH 208 Statistics & Probability [3] MGTS 301 Engineering Economics [3] CHEM 201 Environmental Chemistry [3] ENVS 401 Environmental Biotechnology [3]

BIOL 207 Microbiology [3] INAN 301 Instrumental Analysis [3] ENVE 307 Air & Noise Pollution [3]

MCSC 202 Numerical Methods [3]

CHEM 210 Quantitative Analysis Lab I [1] ENVS 211 Ecological Principles [3] CIEG 310 Data Analysis & Management [3] MGTS 402 Entrepreneurship Development [3]

21

I III II

INAN 302 Instrumental Analysis Laboratory [2] ENVS 213 Human Ecology [3]

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CIEG 309 Reinforced Concrete Structures Design [3] Elective Course [3]

20

I IV II

ENVE 407 ENVS 402 Water Pollution Environmental Control Technology Impact Assessment [3] [3]

ENVE 408 Solid & Hazardous Waste [3]

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ENVE 410 Independent Study in Project Preparation and Presentation [2]

ENVE 499 Final Year Project / Internship [8]

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152

CIEG*** Electives
Course Code CIEG 304 CIEG 315 CIEG 326 ENVS 404 Subjects Hydropower Engineering, 2 Cr. Energy Technology and Natural Resources, 3 Cr. Water supply and sanitary engineering, 3 Cr. Environmental Systems Modelling and Design, 3 Cr.

ENVS*** Electives
Course Code ENVS 334 ENVS 337 ENVS 338 ENVS 343 Subjects Applied Soil Science and Land Management, 3 Cr. Environmental Hazards and Disaster Management, 3 Cr. Bioengineering, 3 Cr. Public & Occupational Health and Safety, 3 Cr.

Other courses offered as 4th year electives in the school of engineering and additional courses offered by the department as electives

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BSc in Environmental Science
1. Why Environmental Science? The students will develop ability to keenly observe the Environment that surrounds them, which is not usually even noticed until a critical point is reached. It will give them knowledge which will be holistic and skill which will be creative. Today, in the name of development, terrible underdevelopments are being wreaked. Many lakes, rivers, pastures, marshes have become repository of arsenics, lands have been denuded and soil has become sterile. Students educated in Environment will be eco-friendly who will envision development not hurtful to humans, plants, or animal, i.e., Nature. They can be role-models in their respective fields. 2. Where are the career opportunities? • • • 3. Development Agency like NGOs, INGOs Academic Institutions & Research Centers Health Industries
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What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or PCB.

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Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarships are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.
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Year

Semester
MATH111 Calculus & Algebra [3] PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3] CHEM 208 Quantitative Analysis I [2] CHEM 209 Quantitative Analysis II [2] INAN 301 Instrumental Analysis [3] ENVS 303 Environmental Economics [2] ENVS 402 Environmental Impact Assessment [3]

Course Outlines: BSc in Environmental Science
CHEM101 General Chemistry [3] BIOL 101 General Biology [2] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing I [2] EDRG 102 Engineering Drawing II [2] ENVS 206 Environmental Physics [2] ENVS 204 Environmental Pollution [4] ENVS 333 Meteorology & Climatology [3] ENVS 335 Applied Hydrology [4] Elective Course** [3] ENGG 101 Engineering Project [2] ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2] MATH 206 Applied Statistics [3] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] COMP 101 Information Systems Technology [2]

Total Credit
19

I I II

MATH102 Stats & Probability [3] ENVS 211 Ecological Principles [3] BIOL 207 Microbiology [3] ENVS 313 Environmental Geology & Geomorphology [4] ENVS 331 Legal & Policy Issues in Environment [2] ENVS 401 Environmental Biotechnology [3]

CHEM 102 Inorganic Chemistry [2] ENVS 210 Quantitative Analysis Practical II [1] CHEM 211 Quantitative Analysis Practical II [2] INAN 302 Instrumental Analysis Laboratory [3] ENVS 318 Sivicultural Principles & Practices [3] MGTS 402 Entrepreneurship development [3]

ENVS 101 Introduction to Environmental Science [3] CHEM 207 Organic Chemistry [2]

ENGT 102 COMP 112 Communication Skill II Computer Programming [2] [3]

20

I II II

ENVS 212 Biodiversity & Taxonomy [3]

ENVS 207 Natural Resource Management [3]

19

ENVS 201 Environmental Chemistry [3] ENVS 328 Conservation Biology [3]

ENVS 219 Energy & Environment [3] ENVS 334 Applied Soil Science & Land Mgmt. [3] ENVS 320 Human Ecology & Sociology [3] Elective Course** [3]

ENVS 220 GIS & Remote Sensing [3]

19

I III II

Elective Course* [3]

21

ENVS 337 Environ. Hazards & Disaster Mgmt. [3] ENVS 413 Urbanization & Sustainable Development [3]

Elective Course* [3]

20

I IV II

Elective Course** [2]

20

ENVS 438 Independent Study in Project Preparation, Writing and Presentation [2]

ENVS 499 Final Year Project [6]

15

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

146

ENVS*** Electives
Course Code ENVS 311 ENVS 322 ENVS 323 ENVS 305 ENVS 336 ENVS 337 Subjects Pollution Monitoring and Control Toxicology and Eco-Toxicology Environmental Management Pests and Pesticides Environmental Health Envt. Hazards and Disasters Mgmt. Course Code ENVS 301 ENVS 319 ENVS 323 ENVS 329 ENVS 321 ENVS 328 ENVS 337 ENVS 338 ENVS 339 Subjects Ecosystems of the World Biogeography Environmental Management Ecology of Agriculture & Forest Crops Applied Entomology Conservation Biology Envt. Hazards and Disasters Mgmt Bioengineering Rangeland Resource Management Course Code ENVS 404 ENVS 411 ENVS 412 ENVS 413 ENVS 431 ENVS 432 ENVS 433 ENVS 434 Subjects Environmental System Modeling Waste Management I (Municipal) Water Quality Assessment Urbanization, Industrialization & Envt. Waste Mgmt II (Toxic/Hazardous) Water & Waste Water Treatment Air & Noise Pollution Monitoring & Control Soil Pollution Monitoring & Control Course Code ENVS 404 ENVS 415 ENVS 422 ENVS 416 ENVS 423 ENVS 435 ENVS 437 ENVS 438 Subjects Environmental System Modeling Aquatic Ecology Landscape Science Nature Reserve & Wildlife Mgmt Glacier Environment Watershed Management Ethno-Biology Behavioral Science & Sociobiology

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BSc in Human Biology
1. Why Human Biology Program? This program aims to produce qualified personal for teaching and research in Human Biology and related field. Medical Education in Nepal is growing profoundly; as a consequence there is a dearth of qualified professionals from basic medical science origin. Considering this, the program is designed to fulfill the need of professionals, competent enough to teach and conduct research in related field. This course is aimed at producing a group of highly proficient young scientists well versed in basic-medical and modern-biological concepts and techniques. The graduates after completing the course in Human Biology will be eligible and competent to teach basic medical sciences in MBBS as well as Nursing and other related programs in medical schools. In addition, they are also expected to build their career in research, especially in emerging fields like biotechnology and molecular biology. 2. What is Human Biology Program? Human Biology is an interdisciplinary program, focused on an area of biological science particularly relevant to humans. It is combination of general science and basic medical sciences. This is a four-year (eight-semester) program. The first five semesters (two and half-year) deals with general science and remaining three-semesters (one and half-year) with basic medical sciences. First two-semester courses comprise with fundamental science which includes physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics. Next three-semester includes microbiology, human genetics, biochemistry, quantitative analysis, molecular biology, immunology, organism, - 14 Anatomy Lab, School of Medical Sciences

evolution & sociology, developmental biology, cell & tissue culture technology, photochemistry, mycology & virology as main subjects. And the last three-semester focuses on courses related to basic medical sciences that include human anatomy, biochemistry, pharmacology, physiology and microbiology. Besides all these courses, emphasis is also given to the communication skills and basic computer skills in the first year courses in order to develop contemporary teaching skills. What is Human Biology Program? 3. What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or PCB.

Microbiology Lab, School of Science

Year Semester
PHYS 113 CHEM 101 General Physics-I General Chemistry [3] [3] CHEM 102 PHYS 114 General Physics-II General Chemistry [3] [3] HBIO 201 Microbiology [3] HBIO 211 Economic Biology [3] INAN 301 Instrumental Analysis [3] HBIO 311 Anatomy I [3] HBIO 401 Anatomy II [3] HBIO 411 Anatomy III [3] HBIO 202 Human Genetics [3] HBIO 212 Immunology [3] HBIO 301 Developmental Biology [3] HBIO 312 Anatomy I Lab [1] HBIO 402 Anatomy II Lab [1] HBIO 412 Anatomy III Lab [1]

Course Outlines: BSc in Human Biology
BIOL 101 COMP 115 ENGT 101 General Biology Computer Foundation Communication [2] [3] Skill-1 [2] HBIO 101 Cell Biology [3] HBIO 203 Biochemistry [3] ENGT 102 Communication Skills-II [3] CHEM 208 Quantitative Analysis [2] MATHS 102 Statistics and Probability [3] MATH 117 Calculus and Algebra [3] HBIO 106 CELL Biology Lab [1] HBIO 108 Project [1]

Total Credit
17

I I II

PHYS 107 Physics Lab [2] CHEM 210 Quantitative Analysis lab [3]

HBIO 109 Project [2]

18

I II II

MATH 206 HBIO 209 Applied Statistics Microbiology & [3] Biochemistry Lab [2]

17

HBIO 214 HBIO 213 CHEM 203 HBIO 217 Molecular Biology Organism, Evolution Organic Chemistry Molecular Biology & Sociology [3] [3] & Immunology Lab [3] [2] HBIO 302 Cell & Tissue culture Technology [3] HBIO 313 Physiology I [3] HBIO 403 Physiology II [3] HBIO 303 Phytochemistry [3] HBIO 304 HBIO 308 Mycology & Virology Cell and Tissue [3] Culture Technology Lab [1] HBIO 315 Biochemistry I [2] HBIO 405 Biochemistry II [2] HBIO 316 Biochemistry I Lab [1] HBIO 406 Biochemistry II Lab [1] HBIO 46 Biochemistry II Lab [1] INAN 302 Instrumental Analysis Lab [2] HBIO 317 Microbiology I [2] HBIO 407 Microbiology II [2] HBIO 318 HBIO 319 Microbiology I Lab Pharmacology I [1] [3] HBIO 320 Pharmacology I Lab [1] HBIO 410 Pharmacology II Lab [1]

17

I III II

18

HBIO 314 Physiology I Lab [1] HBIO 404 Physiology II Lab [1]

18

I IV II

HBIO 408 Microbiology II Lab [1] HBIO 418 Microbiology III Lab [1]

HBIO 409 Pharmacology II [3]

20

HBIO 413 Physiology III [3]

HBIO 414 HBIO 415 Physiology III Lab Biochemistry III [1] [2]

HBIO 417 Microbiology III [2]

HBIO 419 HBIO 420 Project Work Pharmacology III Pharmacology III [2] [3] Lab [1]

20

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course- credit

143

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Bachelor of Pharmacy
1. Why Pharmacy? The students will acquire knowledge and skill of Pharmacy, and they could become an important member of healthcare system, like hospital/community as well as industrial pharmacy. 1. Where are the career opportunities? • • • • • • • 3. Hospitals Pharmaceutical Industries Communities Quality Control Lab Research and Development Drug Administration Academia
Analytical Lab

What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or PCB.
Tableting Machine

4.

Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarship are available. The University also provides loan scholarship or financial aid for needy students.

Pharmacy Lab

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Year

Semester
Math 111 Calculus & Algebra [3] MATH 102 Stats & Probability [3] MATH 206 Statistical Analysis [3] BIOL 206 Biochemistry [2]

Course Outlines: Bachelor of Pharmacy
CHEM 101 BIOL 101 PHYS 101 General Physics I General Chemistry General Biology [3] [2] [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3] PHAR 201 Pharmaceutical Microbiology [3] PHAR 211 Biochemistry Laboratory [1] COMP 112 Computer Programming [3] CHEM 102 Inorganic Chemistry [2] COMP 101 Computer Foundation [2] PHAR111 Foundation Course in Pharmacy [3] ENGG 101 Engineering Project [2] ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2] PHAR 205 Pharmacognosy Lab [1] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing I [2] EDRG 102 Engineering Drawing II [2] CHEM 201 Reaction Mechanism & Stereo Chem. [3] PHAR 216 Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry [2] INAN 302 Instrumental Analysis Lab. [2] PHAR 317 Medicinal Chemistry Lab [1] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] ENGT 102 Communication Skills II [2] CHEM 208 Quantitative Analysis I [2] PHAR 217 Inorganic Pharmaceutical chem. Lab [1] MGTS 301 Economics [3] MGTS302 Business Management [3] CHEM210 Quantitative Analysis Lab I [1] CHEM203 Organic Chem. [3] CHEM 209 Quantitative Analysis II [2] CHEM 211 Quantitative Analysis Lab. II [1]

Total Credit
19

I I II

20

I II II

PHAR 203 PHAR 202 PHAR 204 Pharmaceutical Human Physiology & Pharmacognosy I Microbiology Lab Pathophysiology I [2] [1] [3]

19

PHAR 212 PHAR215 PHAR 213 PHAR 214 Human Physiology & Human Physiology & Pharmacognosy II Pharmacognosy Lab Pathophysiology II Pathophysiology Lab [2] [3] [1] [1] PHAR 305 Pharmaceutical chemistry Lab [1] PHAR 315 Bio pharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics [3] PHAR 405 Industrial Pharmacy Lab [1] PHAR 415 Industrial Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Biotech. Lab [1] INAN 301 Instrumental Analysis [3] PHAR 316 Medicinal Chemistry [4]

19

I III II

PHAR 304 PHAR 303 PHAR 302 PHAR 301 Physical Pharmacy Physical Pharmacy Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical Chem. of Natural Toxicology I [3] Lab Products [3] [3] [1] PHAR 311 Pharmacology & Toxicology II [3] PHAR 401 Pharmacy Practice I [2] PHAR 411 Pharmacy Practice II [2] PHAR 312 Pharmacology & Toxicology Lab [1] PHAR 402 Hospital Pharmacy [2] PHAR 412 Clinical Pharmacy [2] PHAR 313 Biological Pharmacy [2] PHAR 403 Pharmacy practice & Hospital Pharmacy Lab [1] PHAR 413 Pharmacy practice & Clinical Pharmacy Lab [1] PHAR 314 Biological Pharmacy Lab [1] PHAR 404 Industrial Pharmacy I [3] PHAR 414 Industrial Pharmacy II [3]

19

18

I IV II

MGTS402 PHAR 407 PHAR 408 PHAR 406 Quality Assurance Quality Assurance Pharmacotherapeutics Entrepreneurship Development Lab [3] and GMP [3] [2] [2] PHAR 416 Forensic Pharmacy [1] PHAR *** Elective [3] PHAR 418 Project Work [4] PHAR 422 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology [2]

19

19

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

153

PHAR*** Electives
Course Code
PHAR 417 PHAR 419 PHAR 420 PHAR 421 PHAR 423 PHAR 424 PHAR 425 PHAR 426 PHAR 427

Subjects
Pharmaceutical Care Cosmetology Social and Behavioural Pharmacy Pharmacoeconomics Recent Advances in Pharmacology Chronopharmaceutics Herbal Formulation Complementary Medicines Pharmaceutical Engineering

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BSc in Applied Mathematics
1. Why Bachelor of Statistics? Physics and Mathematics, endowed with a long and venerable history, continue to be dynamic disciplines with a wealth of new problems to tackle. These subjects continue to occupy central roles in the study of Natural Sciences, various technical courses, engineering and industrial applications. Data are integral part of any research or investigative process and Statistics gives us tools to analyze these data and extract useful information from it. Keeping this essentiality in mind, KU has launched from this year the BSc in Applied Physics. It is a degree which prepares a student for either direct employment after graduation, or in the pursuit of an advanced degree. 2. Where are the career opportunities? • Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) • International Non Governmental Organizations (INGO) • Banking / Finance / Insurance Sectors • Academic Institutes • Industries • Government Organizations 3. What is the admission eligibility? The candidates must have passed ISc (or 10 + 2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science. - 18 Laboratory Study

4.

Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarships are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

ICTMA 2007

Year

Semester
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3] MATH 101 Calculus [3]

Course Outlines: BSc in Applied Mathematics
MATH 101 Calculus [3] BIOL 101 General Biology I [3] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing [2] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] COMP 101 Information Systems Technology [2] COMP 112 Computer Programming [3]

Total Credit
18

I I II

MATH 103 Linear Algebra [3]

MATH 103 Linear Algebra [3]

STAT 101 Statistics [3]

ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2]

ENGT 102 Communication Skill II [2]

19

I II II

PHYS 201 General Electronics [3]

PHYS 202 Mechanics of solids & fluids [3] MATH 222 Vector & Tensor Analysis [3]

PHYS 202 Mechanics of solids & fluids [3] MATH 222 Vector & Tensor Analysis [3] PHYS 302 Introduction to Relativistic Mechanics [3] MATH 322 Real Analysis [3]

MATH 201 Advanced Calculus [3]

MATH 205 Analytical Geometry [3]

STAT 201 Probability Theory [3]

PHYS 203 General Electronics Lab [1] PHYS 214 Modern Physics Lab [1]

19

PHYS 211 Waves & Optics [3]

PHYS 213 Modern Physics [3]

MATH 223 Ordinary & Partial Differential Equation [3] PHYS 3034 Material Science [3]

STAT 221 Applied Statistics [3]

19

I III II

PHYS 301 Heat & Thermodynamics [3]

PHYS 302 Introduction to Relativistic Mechanics [3] MATH 322 Real Analysis [3]

MATH 302 Matrix Theory [3]

MATH 305 Linear Programming [3]

18

MATH 321 Set theory & Mathematical logic [3] MATH 401 Complex Analysis [3]

MATH 324 Integral Transforms [3]

STAT 325 Statistical Inference [3]

STAT 326 Sample Survey & Design of Experiments [3] STAT 405 Research Methodology with SPSS [3]

17

I IV II

MATH 402 Modern Algebra [3]

MATH 402 Modern Algebra [3]

MATH 404 Mathematical Modeling [3]

STAT 2 Stochastic Processes [3]

18

MATH *** Electives [3]

MATH *** Electives [3]

MATH *** Electives [3]

MATH 499 Project Work [6]

15

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

145

MATH*** Electives
Course Code
MATH 421 MATH 422 MATH 423 MATH 424 MATH 425 MATH 426 MATH 427

Subjects
Mathematical Analysis Topology Graph Theory Number theory and Cryptography Combinatorics History of mathematics Metric Spaces

Course Code
MATH 431 MATH 432 MATH 433 MATH 434 MATH 435 MATH 436 MATH 437

Subjects
Mathematical Demography Biomathematics Biostatistics Applied Probability Regression Analysis Risk Analysis Finite Elements Method

Course Code
MATH 441 MATH 442 MATH443 MATH 444 MATH 445 MATH 446 MATH 447 MATH 448

Subjects
Operations Research Actuarial Mathematics Economics and Finance Econometrics Financial Mathematics Decision Theory Nonlinear Programming Queuing Theory

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BSc in Applied Physics
1. Why Bachelor of Statistics? Physics and Mathematics, endowed with a long and venerable history, continue to be dynamic disciplines with a wealth of new problems to tackle. These subjects continue to occupy central roles in the study of Natural Sciences, various technical courses, engineering and industrial applications. Data are integral part of any research or investigative process and Statistics gives us tools to analyze these data and extract useful information from it. Keeping this essentiality in mind, KU has launched from this year the BSc in Applied Physics. It is a degree which prepares a student for either direct employment after graduation, or in the pursuit of an advanced degree. 2. Where are the career opportunities? • Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) • International Non Governmental Organizations (INGO) • Banking / Finance / Insurance Sectors • Academic Institutes • Industries • Government organizations 3. What is the admission eligibility? The candidates must have passed ISc (or 10 + 2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science. - 20 4. Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarships are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

Advanced Physics Lab, School of Science

Plasm Generation Lab, School of Science

Year

Semester
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3] MATH 101 Calculus [3]

Course Outlines: BSc in Applied Physics
CHEM 101 General Chemistry I [3] CHEM 102 General Chemistry II [3] PHYS 203 Classical Mechanics [3] BIOL 101 General Biology I [3] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing [2] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] COMP 101 Information Systems Technology [2] COMP 112 Computer Programming [3]

Total Credit
18

I I II

MATH 103 Linear Algebra [3]

STAT 101 Statistics [3]

ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2]

ENGT 102 Communication Skill II [2]

19

I II II

PHYS 201 General Electronics [3]

PHYS 202 Mechanics of solids & fluids [3]

MATH 201 Advanced Calculus [3]

MATH 205 Analytical Geometry [3]

STAT 201 Probability Theory [3]

PHYS 203 General Electronics Lab [1] PHYS 214 Modern Physics Lab [1] PHYS 304 Solid State Lab [1]

19

PHYS 211 Waves & Optics [3]

MATH 222 Vector & Tensor Analysis [3]

MATH 221 Numerical Methods [3]

PHYS 213 Modern Physics [3]

MATH 223 Ordinary & Partial Differential Equation [3] PHYS 303 Solid State Physics [3]

STAT 221 Applied Statistics [3]

19

I III II

PHYS 301 Heat & Thermodynamics [3]

PHYS 302 Introduction to Relativistic Mechanics [3] PHYS 312 Mathematical Physics [3]

MATH 301 Discrete Mathematics [3]

MATH 302 Matrix Theory [3]

MATH 304 Linear Programming [3]

19

PHYS 311 Quantum mechanics [3]

PHYS 313 Electrodynamics [3]

PHYS 314 Solid State Devices [3]

PHYS 315 Physics & Environment [3]

COMP 312 Computer Oriented Project [2] PHYS 406 Modern & Applied Physics Lab [1]

17

I IV II

PHYS 401 Special Studies in Engineering Physics [3] PHYS *** Electives [3]

PHYS 402 Introduction to Plasma Physics [3] PHYS *** Electives [3]

PHYS 403 Physics of Nano materials [3] PHYS *** Electives [3]

PHYS 404 Photonics and Application [3]

PHYS 405 Laser & Application [3]

16

PHYS 499 Project Work [6]

15

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

142

PHYS*** Electives
Course Code
PHYS 411 PHYS 412 PHYS 413 PHYS 414

Subjects
Vacuum Physics Low Temperature Plasma and Application Plasma Diagnostics Methods Plasma Processing of Materials

Course Code
PHYS 421 PHYS 422 PHYS 423 PHYS 424

Subjects
Material Science Surface Analysis Techniques Techniques of Thin film deposition Physics of liquid crystals and polymers

Course Code
PHYS 431 PHYS 432 PHYS 433

Subjects
Energy and Environment Environmental monitoring and detection techniques Atmospheric Physics

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Bachelor of Statistics (BStat)
1. Why Bachelor of Statistics? Many of the motivating problems in statistics stir up from problems in computational economics, sociology, actuarial science business, finance, management, physics, biology, information technology and engineering. This shows that statistics really has extremely wide coverage and so it is a vital subject for any kind of research work specially the quantitative work. Today the world is becoming more and more quantitative. Many professions depend on numerical measurements to make decisions in the face of uncertainty. For this, in depth statistical knowledge and practical skill is indispensable. Keeping this essentiality in mind, KU has launched from this year the Bachelor of Statistics (BStat). This program is designed to produce statisticians with strong foundation and advanced knowledge in the areas of theoretical and applied fields, keeping in view particular needs of Nepalese organizations/ institutions, research and development activities 2. Where are the career opportunities? • Research Centers • Industries • INGOs/NGOs • Government Organizations • Academic Institutes • Banking and Finance Sectors • Insurance Sectors - 22 3. What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed 10+2 or equivalent with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate with Mathematics as a subject of study. 4. Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarships are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

Year

Semester
MATH 109 Functions & Modeling [3] MATH 112 Calculus I [3]

Course Outlines: Bachelor of Statistics (BStat)
MATH 113 Matrix and Linear Algebra [3] STAT 111 Descriptive Statistics [3] SOC 121 Sociology I [3] STAT 203 Sampling Theory [3] STAT 223 Statistical Inference – II [3] STAT 303 Design of Experiments [3] STAT 323 Non -Parametric Statistical Methods [3] STAT 403 Multivariate analysis [3] ECON 111 Economics I [3] ENGT 101 Communication Skill I [2] COMP 101 Information Systems Technology [2]

Total Credit
19

I I II

MATH 121 Calculus II [4]

STAT 122 Probability & Distribution I [3] MCSC 201 Discrete Mathematics [3]

FIN 121 Introductory Finance [3]

ENGT 102 Communication Skill II [2]

COMP 112 Computer Programming [3]

18

I II II

MATH 211 Mathematics of Finance [3]

STAT 202 Probability & Distribution II [3] STAT 222 Applied Linear Regression Analysis [3] STAT 302 Demography & Population Analysis [3] STAT 322 Time series Analysis & Forecasting [3] STAT 402 Stochastic Processes [3]

STAT 204 Statistical Inference I [3] SOC 221 Sociology II [3]

ECON 211 Economics II [3]

18

MATH 221 Numerical Methods [3] MATH 217 Differential Equations [3]

STAT 221 Sample Survey Techniques [3]

Comp 202 Data structure & Algorithms [3] Comp 305 Data base management [3]

18

I III II

STAT 301 Data Analysis I [3]

ECON 311 Introduction to Econometric Methods [3] STAT 324 Social Research Methods [3]

18

MATH 322 Real Analysis [3]

STAT 321 Data Analysis II [3]

Comp 309 Advanced programming [3]

18

I IV II

MATH 441 Operations Research [3]

STAT 401 Data Analysis III [3]

STAT 404 Industrial Statistics and Quality control [3]

Elective I [3]

18

STAT 421 Statistical Modeling [3]

Elective II [3]

Elective III [3]

STAT 499 Project Work [6]

15

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

142

STAT*** Electives
Course Code
STAT 407 STAT 409 STAT 411 STAT 414 STAT 418 STAT 425 STAT 427

Subjects
Bio-Statistics Pharmaceutical Statistics Agriculture Statistics Medical Statistics Event History Analysis Biostatistical Methods II Statistical Decision Theory

Course Code
STAT 408 STAT 410 STAT 412 STAT 416 STAT 424 STAT 426

Subjects
Bayesian statistics Engineering Statistics Health Statistics Demography Biostatistical Methods I Reliability and life testing

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BE in Computer Engineering
1. Why Computer Engineering? Computer engineering students study the design of digital hardware systems, including computers, communications systems, and devices that contain computers. They also study software development with a focus on the software used within and between digital devices. The curriculum focuses on the theories, principles, and practices of relevant areas of traditional electrical engineering and mathematics, and applies them to the problems of designing computers and the many kinds of computer-based devices. 2. Where are the career opportunities? • Research Centers • Industries • INGOs/NGOs • Software Development • Corporations • Information Technology Park • Government Organizations • Academic Institutes • Banking Sectors • Other related organizations
Lab Work

IT Himalaya Scholarship Program: Sponsored by IT Himalaya (P) Ltd. (Danish Nepali joint venture), Awarded to one Computer Engineering students every year. Simula Research Laboratory Scholarship Program: Sponsored by Simula Research Laboratory (Norway). Tuition fee and living expenses to one Computer Engineering student in 2009 intake only. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

3. What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM or Physics, Mathematics & Computer Science. 4. Financial-Aid and Scholarship: WebSearch IT Scholarship Program, Sponsored by WebSearch Professional (P) Ltd. (IT Company under Swedish Investment) will be awarded to two Computer Engineering students every year.

Computer Lab

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Year

Semester MATH 101 Calculus & Linear Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advanced Calculus [3] MATH 208 Stat. & Provability [3] MATH 207 Diff. Eqn. & C.V. [4] EEEG 301 Control Engg [3] COMP 304 Operations Research [3] COMP 401 Software Engineering [3] MGTS 402 Engineering Entrepreneurship [3]
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3]

Course Outlines: BE in Computer Engineering
CHEM 101 COMP 101 Gen. Chemistry Information [3] systems Technology [2] ENGG 103 Lab. Work [1] EEEG 101 Basic Electrical [3] ENGG 101 Engg. Project [2] ENGG 102 Engg. Project [2] COMP 206 Comp. Project [2] COMP 207 Comp. Project [2] COMP 310 Lab Works [1] COMP 308 Comb. Project [1] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing [2] EDRG 102 Engg. Drawing II [2] COMP 208 Lab Works [1] ENGT 101 Comm. Skill [2] ENGT 102 Comm. Skill II [2] MEEG 101 Mech. Engg. [2]

Total Credit 20

I I II

I II II

MCSC 201 Discrete Mathematics [3] MCSC 202 Numerical Method [3]

COMP 112 ENVE 101 Computer Intro. To Env. Engg. Programming [2] [3] EEEG 211 COMP 202 EEEG 202 Electronics Engg I Data Stru. & Algo. Digital Logic [3] [3] [3] COMP 201 Computer Architecture & organization [3] COMP 204 Comm. & Networking [3] COMP 231 Microprocessors [3]

20

18

18

I III II

COMP 301 COMP 307 MGTS 301 Princ. of Prg. Lang. Operating Systems Engg. Economics [3] [3] [3] COMP 305 COMP 306 Database Design & Embedded Systems DBMS [3] [3] ETEG 407 Digital Signal Processing [3] COMP 409 Compiler Design [3] MGTS 401 Indus. Management [3] *** Elective III [3] COMP 309 Advanced Programming [3] Elective I*** [3]

COMP 302 COMP 303 Sys. Ana. & Dgn. Cmb. Engg. Project [3] [2] COMP 314 Algorithms and Complexity [3] COMP 406 Adaptive Web Technology [3] COMP 341 Human Computer Interaction [3]
*** Elective III [3]

18

19

I IV II

15

COMP 408 Internership [6]

15

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

143 Subjects Neural Network modeling Optimization and Scheduling object Oriented Analysis and Design Software Architecture Software Reuse Theory of Computation Software Metrics and Testing Program Analysis E – Commerce Advanced Operating Systems Course Code COMP 428 COMP 429 COMP 430 COMP 431 COMP 432 COMP 433 COMP 434 COMP 435 MEPP 450 COMP 477 Subjects Advanced Database Management System Fault Tolerant Systems Microprocessor Based System Design Network Design and Management Advanced Web Programming Management of Information Systems Protocol Engineering Logic Programming Human Values & Social Impact of Technology Knowledge Management

COMP*** Electives
Course Code COMP 402 COMP 303 COMP 404 COMP 416 COMP 418 COMP 419 COMP 411 COMP 472 COMP 473 COMP 471 Subjects Network Programming Multimedia Systems GIS & Remote Sensing Professional Practice Real Time Programming Image Procession Computer Graphics Artificial Intelligence Speech & Language Processing Expert Systems Course Code COMP 474 COMP 475 COMP 410 COMP 421 COMP 422 COMP 423 COMP 424 COMP 425 COMP 476 COMP 427

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BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Communication)
1. Why Electrical and Electronic (Communication) Engineering? The students taking this option are in great demand because of ever increasing hyper-competition in telecommunications industry around the world. The students will be able to learn about telecommunications systems, networking, design and development of communications hardware and software.
Lab Work

2.

Where are the career opportunities? • Communication Sector: Radio, TV, ISP, Telephone Service Provider, etc. • • Telecom Industries Academic Institutions and Research Center

3.

What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM.

Experiment Work

4.

Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarship are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

Class in progress

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Year

Semester MATH 101 Calculus & Linear Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advanced Calculus [3]

Course Outlines: BE in Electrical and Electronics (Communication)
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3]

Total Credit EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing I [2] ENGG 103 Laboratory Work [1] EEEG 205 Engineering Project [1] EEEG 212 Engineering Project [2] ETEG 313 Engineering Project [1] ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2] 20

I I II

CHEM 101 Gen. Chemistry [3] ENGT 102 Communication Skills II [2]

ENGT 101 Communication Skills I [2] COMP 112 Computer Programming I [3] EEEG 211 Electronics Engineering I [3] EEEG 214 Electronics Engineering II [3] COEG 304 Instrumentation and Control [3] ETEG 304 Digital Communications [3] ETEG 422 Optical Fiber Communication [3] **** *** Elective II [3]

COMP 101 EEEG 102 Information Basic Circuit Analysis Systems Technology [3] [2] ENVE 101 Introduction to Environmental Engineering [2] EEEG 213 Network Analysis [3] EEEG 215 Electrical Machines Fundamentals [3] ETEG 302 Analog Communications [3] ETEG 305 Digital Signal Processing [3] **** *** Elective I [3] ETEG405 Communications Laboratory Work [1] MEEG 101 Basic Mechanical Engineering [2]

ENGG 101 Engineering Project Preparation and Workshop Practice [2] EDRG 102 Engineering Drawing II [2]

PHYS 102 General Physics II [3]

20

I II II

EEEG 207 MATH 207 EEEG 202 Electrical Engineering Differential Equations Digital Logic Materials & Complex Variables [3] [3] [4] MATH 208 COMP 201 MCSC 202 Statistics and Computer Numerical Methods Probability Organization [3] [3] [3] MGTS 301 Engineering Economics [3] EPEG 301 Power Apparatus and Systems [3] MGTS 401 Industrial Management [3] MGTS 402 Engineering Entrepreneurship [3] EEEG 313 Signals and Systems [3] EEEG 309 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves [3] ETEG 402 Antennas and Propagation [3] ETEG 417 Digital Switching & Tele-Traffic Engineering [3] EEEG 314 Microprocessors [3] ETEG 303 Data Communication Networks [3] ETEG 408 Microwave Devices & Systems [3] ETEG 432 Wireless Communications [3]

EEEG 217 Digital EEEG 218 Electronics Laboratory Analog Electronics Work Laboratory Work [1] [1] EEEG 219 Electrical Machines Laboratory Work [1] EEEG 306 Microprocessor and Instrumentation Laboratory Work [1] EEEG 220 Electronics and Analog Filter Design Laboratory Work [1]

19

19

I III II

ETEG 307 Analog Communications Laboratory Work [1] ETEG 319 ETEG 308 Communications and Engineering Project [2] Signal Processing Laboratory Work [1] ETEG 403 Communications Laboratory Work [1] ETEG 419 Engineering Project [2]

18

18

I IV II

18

ETEG 420 Engineering Project [5]

18

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

150

ETEG*** Electives
Course Code Subjects Course Code Subjects ETEG 425 Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic ETEG 426 Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits ETEG 427 Satellite Communication and Broadcasting ETEG 428 Genetic Algorithms ETEG 429 Cellular Mobile Communication ETEG 430 Communication Systems and Noise ETEG 431 Digital Circuits and Systems Design ETEG 433 Wireless Networks ETEG 434 Statistical Signal Processing Other courses offered as 4th year electives in the school of engineering and additional courses offered by the department as electives

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BE in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Power & Control)
1. Why Electrical and Electronic (Power & Control) Engineering? The students will acquire in-depth understanding of power engineering, power electronics, power quality, power systems modeling, planning, operation and control. They will be able to contribute to the exploitation of vast hydropower potential in Nepal.

2.

Where are the career opportunities? • • • Power sector: Electricity Authorities, hydropower stations Industries: Manufacturing and Hotels Academic Institutions and Research Centers

Lab Work

3.

What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM.
Experimental Setup

5.

Financial-Aid and Scholarship: Few scholarship are available. The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

High Voltage Lab

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Year

Semester MATH 101 Calculus and Linear Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advanced Calculus [3]

Course Outlines: BE in Electrical and Electronics (Power & Control)
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3]

Total Credit EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing I [2] ENGG 103 Laboratory Work [1] EEEG 205 Engineering Project [1] EEEG 212 Engineering Project [2] PCEG 313 Engineering Project [1] ENGG 102 Engineering Project [2] 20

I I II

CHEM 101 General Chemistry [3] ENGT 102 Communication Skills II [2]

ENGT 101 Communication Skills I [2] COMP 112 Computer Programming I [3]

COMP 101 Information Systems Technology [2] ENVE 101 Introduction to Environmental Engineering [2]

EEEG 102 Basic Circuit Analysis [3] MEEG 101 Basic Mechanical Engineering [2]

ENGG 101 Engineering Project Preparation & Workshop Practice [2] EDRG 102 Engineering Drawing II [2]

20

I II II

I III II

MATH 207 EEEG 207 EEEG 211 EEEG 202 Electrical Electronics Differential Digital Logic Engineering Engineering I Equations and Materials [3] [3] [3] Complex Variables [4] MATH 208 MCSC 202 COMP 201 EEEG 214 Numerical Methods Computer Electronics Statistics and Organization Engineering II Probability [3] [3] [3] [3] EPEG 302 EEEG 313 EEEG 314 MGTS 301 Signals and Systems Microprocessors Advanced Electrical Engineering Machinery [3] Economics [3] [3] [3] ETEG 301 EEEG 309 COEG 301 EPEG 315 Communication Electromagnetic Control Engineering Power Systems I Systems Fields and Waves [3] [3] [3] [3] EPEG 422 Solid State Drives [3] **** *** Elective II [3]

EEEG 218 EEEG 213 EEEG 217 Network Analysis Digital Electronics Analog Electronics Laboratory Work Laboratory Work [1] [3] [1] EEEG 219 EEEG 215 EEEG 220 Electrical Machines Electrical Machines Electronics & Laboratory Work Analog Filter Design Fundamentals [1] [3] Laboratory Work [1] EPEG 317 EEEG 306 EPEG 307 Measurement and Instrumentation Advanced Machinery Instrumentation and Microprocessor Laboratory Work Laboratory Work [1] [3] [1] PCEG 308 PCEG 319 EPEG 318 Power Electronics Power and Control Engineering Project Laboratory Work [1] [2] [3] **** *** Elective I [3] PCEG 405 Power and Control Laboratory Work [1] PCEG 403 PCEG 404 Power and Control Engineering Project Laboratory Work [2] [1] PCEG 420 Engineering Project [5]

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19

18

18

MGTS 401 COEG 401 EPEG 413 Industrial Control Systems Power Systems II Design [3] Management [3] [3] IV MGTS 402 EPEG 415 COEG 402 Engineering Switchgear and Computer Based II Entrepreneurship Protection Control [3] [3] [3] Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit I

18

18

150

COEG*** Electives

EPEG*** Electives

Course Code Subjects Course Code Subjects COEG 411 Servomechanisms EPEG 409 High Voltage Engineering COEG 418 Real Time Programming EPEG 410 Hydropower and Renewable Energy COEG 419 Multivariable Control System EPEG 411 Power System Planning and Operation EPEG 406 Transmission and Distribution EPEG 416 Industrial Electrification EPEG 407 Instrumentation Systems EPEG 421 Power Transmission System Design EPEG 408 Industrial Electronics Other courses offered as 4th year electives in the school of engineering and additional courses offered by the department as electives

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BE in Mechanical Engineering
1. Why Mechanical Engineering? The students will acquire knowledge and skill of Engineering, to initiate industrialization and to improve living standard of people in Nepal, to help harnessing hydro-power generation capabilities of Nepal through designing and developing different types and capacity of water turbines. This course helps for industrial development through automation of machines and manufacturing processes, to design and develop user-friendly and environmentfriendly consumer products, and to maintain equipments properly for longer life. 2. Where are the career opportunities? • • • • • 3. Industries Hydro Power Renewable energy areas, like solar, wind, etc. Government organizations, like Department of Roads, Labor and Transport, Nepal Electricity Authority, Nepal Army, etc. Academic Institutions and Research Centers

Group Discussion

Automobile Workshop

What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM.

4.

Financial-Aid and Scholarship: The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.
Mechanical Engg. Workshop

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Year

Semester MATH 101 Calculus & Linear Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advanced Calculus [3] MATH 207 Differential Equ. & Complex Variables [4]
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3]

Course Outlines: BE in Mechanical Engineering
CHEM 101 COMP 101 Gen. Chemistry Information [3] Systems Technology [2] PHYS 103 Physics Lab. Work [1] MEEG 216 Engineering Mechanics [3] COMP 112 Computer Programming [3] MEEG 217 Basic Manufacturing Process [3] EEEG 101 Basic Electrical [3] ENVE 101 Intro. To Env. Engg. [2] MEEG 219 Metrology [2] ENGG 101 Engg. Project [2] ENGG 102 Engg. Project [2] EEEG 204 Basic Electronics [2] MEEG 218 Fluid Mechanics [3] MEEG 305 Laboratory [2] MEEG 313 Project [2] MEPP 404 Laboratory [2] EDRG 101 Engineering Drawing [2] EDRG 102 Engg. Drawing II [2] MEEG 211 Laboratory [2] MEEG 212 Laboratory [2] MEEG 312 Project [2] MEEG 319 Industrial Training I [1] MEPP 406 Project [2] MEPP 434 Industrial Training II [1] ENGT 101 Comm. Skill [2] ENGT 102 Comm. Skill II [2] MEEG 214 Project [1] MEEG 215 Project [2] MEEG 101 Mech. Engg. [2]

Total Credit 20

I I II

20

I II II

MEEG 213 Material Science and Metallurgy [3]

20

MCSC 202 MATH 208 Numerical Methods Stat. & Probability [3] [3] MEEG 315 Machine Element Design and Processes I [3] MEEG 317 Advance Manufacturing Process [3] MEPP 408 Maintenance Engineering [3] MEPP 428 Renewable Energy [3] MEEG 306 Heat Transfer [3]

I III II

MEEG 202 MEEG 207 MEEG 206 Strength of Engineering Theory of Machines Materials Thermodynamics [3] [3] [3] MGTS 301 MEEG 309 EEEG 301 Engineering Hydraulic Machines Control Engineering Economy [3] [3] [3] MEEG 311 Laboratory [2] Elective I *** [3]

22

18

MEEG 316 MEEG 318 MEEG 308 Heat and Power Machine Element Production Planning Design & Processes II Engineering & control [3] [3] [3] MEPP 403 Refrigeration and Air- conditioning [3] MGTS 402 Eng. Entrepreneurship [3] MGTS 401 Industrial Management [3] MEPP 412 Automobile Engineering [3] MEPP 427 Mechatronics [3] Elective II *** [3]

17

I IV II

19

MEPP 416 Project [2]

15 151

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

MEPP*** Electives
Course Code MEPP 411 MEPP 413 MEPP 414 MEPP 421 MEPP 423 MEPP 424 MEPP 425 MEPP 436 Subjects Engineering Professional Practice Micro–Hydro Power Operations Research Machine Tool Technology Tribology Fracture Mechanics Noise, Vibration and Acoustic Advanced Machine Design Course Code MEPP 426 MEPP 429 MEPP 430 MEPP 431 MEPP 433 MEPP 450 MEPP 435 MEPP 438 Subjects Fundamentals of Safety Management Computer Aided Design Finite Element Techniques Robotics IC Engine Combustion Human Values & Social Impact of Technology Crystallography Machine Vision

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BE in Geomatics Engineering
1. Why Geomatics Engineering? Geomatics Engineering students study surveying techniques for land, cadastral, aerial, mining, and engineering survey. The geomatic engineers will be equipped with basic science and engineering knowledge and skills to have strong foundation in this engineering profession. The geomatic engineers will also study state of the art technology in informatics related to the profession such as computer technology, programming, digital mapping, land information system, geographic information system, remote sensing photogrammatry and so on. This engineering program have strong component of field survey training equivalent to 4.5 months in 4 year program. 2. Further prospect: Further education in GIS, Remote Sensing, Geoinformatics, Specialized area of Civil Engineering (Surveying), planning 3. What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed ISc (or 10+2 or equivalent) with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM. 4. • • • Where are the career opportunities? Government Ministries and Departments (Land Reforms, Water Resources, Roads, Works etc.) Nepal Army, Nepal Police Nepal Electricity Authority, Private Hydropower Companies
Land Management Training Center, Dhulikhel

• • • • • • 5.

Private sector in Infrastructure development activities Consulting companies Computer software companies National and International NGO International job market Academic and research institutes Financial Assistance: This is a joint program of Kathmandu University school of engineering with Land Management Training Center, Dhulikhel. Student of this course will have 75% subsidies for the tuition fee from Government of Nepal.

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Year

Semester
MATH 101 Calculus & Linear Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advanced Calculus [3] MATH 207 Different Equation & Complex variables [4] MATH 208 Statistics & Probability [3] PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] PHYS 102 General Physics II [3] CHEM 101 Gen. Chemistry [3]

Course Outlines: BE in Geomatics
COMP 101 Information systems Technologies [2] ENGT 102 Communication skills II [2] EEEG 101 Basic Electrical Engg. [3] ENGT 101 Communication Skills I [2] EDRG 102 Engg. Drawing II [2] CEEG 201 Basic Civil Engineering [3] ENGG 101 EDRG 101 Engineering Project I Engineering Drawing I [2] [2]

Total Credit
20

I I II

COMP 112 Computer Programming I [3]

ENGG 102 Engineering Project II [2] GEOM 203 Field Surveys [3]

MEEG 101 Basic Mech. Engg. [2]

ENVE 101 Introduction to Enve. Engg. [2]

ENGG 103 Lab [1]

20

I II II

GEOM 202 GEOM 201 COMP 204 Introduction to Control Surveying I Data Communication Surveying & Geomatics (Levelling, Triangulation & Computer Network [3] & Traverse) [4] [3] MCSC 202 Numerical Methods [3] MATH 321 Linear Programming [3] GEOM 302 Cadastre [3] GEOM 204 Control Serveying II [2]

20

GEOM 205 Topographical Serveying [3] GEOM 304 Photogrammetry I [3]

GEOM 206 Cartography I [3] GEOM 305 Geodesy I [3]

GEOM 207 Field Surveys II [3] GEOM 306 Field Surveys III [2]

20

I III II

COMP 305 MGTS 301 Engineering Economics Database Management System [3] [3] GEOM 309 Spatial Information System and DTM [4] MGTS 401 Indus. Management [3] MGTS 402 Entrepreneurship Development [3] GEOM 306 Land Administration [3] GEOM 401 Engineering and Construction Surveys [3] GEOM 404 Survey Project Management [3]

GEOM 303 Cartography II [3]

20

GEOM 307 Theory of Errors and Adjustments [2] GEOM 402 Remote Sensing [3] GEOM 405 Professional Practice and Engg. Ethics [2]

GEOM 308 Photogrammetry II [3] GEOM 403 Field Surveys V [3]

GEOM 309 Geodesy II [3] Elective I GEOM *** [3]

GEOM 311 Field Surveys IV [2]

17

I IV II

15

Elective II GEOM *** [3]

GEOM 406 Final Independent Project [3]

14

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

146

GEO*** Electives
Course Code 1. 4. 7. 10. 13. 16. Subjects 3 D Cadastre Data Structures and Algorithm Spatial Data Infrastructure Advance Civil Engineering Advance Network and Routing Web Cartography Course Code 2. 5. 8. 11. 14. Subjects 3D Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality Simulation and Modeling System Analysis and Design Artificial Intelligence/ Knowledge Engineering Advance Programming (Object Programming) Course Code 3. 6. 9. 12. 15. Subjects Computer Architecture & Design Spatial data modeling and database design Engineering Geology Numerical Modeling Geodetic astronomy

Note: * Appropriate Code number to be provided.

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BE in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Hydropower)
1. Why Civil Engineering with specialization in Hydropower Engineering? Infrastructure development is the backbone of any nation for economic prosperity. It should be financially viable, socially acceptable and ecologically sustainable. Civil engineering encompasses the important branches of engineering science to develop and maintain sustainable infrastructures covering a widerange of specialized fields that address all the above mentioned issues. Hydropower engineering is the specialized yet versatile field of civil engineering that assimilates multi-disciplinary knowledge from all fields of science and technology. Nepal's present aspiration is to build hydropower projects for her economic development. The vision to install 10 GW in ten years is far reaching ambition that must be addressed from all levels of the society to realize it. It is, thus, vital to increase in-house capacity to plan, design, implement, operate and maintain hydropower plants of all scale. Realizing this fact, it is imperative for educational institutions like Kathmandu University to be proactive in producing quality human resources that can directly be involved in such projects and can lead nation achieving this goal. The main objectives of the course are: • • 2. To produce competent and development oriented skilled engineers to address the need of hydropower industry To enhance indigenous as well as global technology through research, development and education 3. Where are the career opportunities? • Hydropower Industries • Governmental Organizations • NGOs/INGOs • Academia • Consulting Firms • Contractors • Development Banking Sectors • Research Centers • Institutions and Research Centers 4. Financial-Aid and Scholarship: The University also provides loan scholarship and financial aid for needy students.

What is the admission eligibility? Candidates should have passed 10+2, Diploma in Civil Engineering/ Architecture or equivalent degree with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and 50% in PCM. - 34 Hydropower Station Distribution Room

Year

Semester
MATH 101 Calculus & Linear Algebra [3] MATH 104 Advance Calculus [3]

Course Outlines: BE in Civil Engineering (Specialization in hydropower)
PHYS 101 General Physics I [3] CHEM 101 General Chemistry [3] ENGT 101 Communication Skills English I [2] ENGT 102 Communication Skills English II [2] COMP 101 Information System Technologies [2] COMP 112 Computer Programming [3] EEEG 101 Basic Electrical Engineering [3] MEEG 101 Basic Mechanical Engineering [2] CIEG 203 Fluid Mechanics [3] ENGG 101 Engineering Project I [2] ERDG101 Engineering Drawing I [2] EDRG102 Engineering Drawing II [2] ENGG 103 Workshop Technology [1]

Total Credit 20

I I II

PHYS102 General Physics II [3]

ENVE102 Introduction to Environmental Engineering [2]

ENGG 102 Engineering Project II [2]

20

I II II

MATH 207 GEOM 202 MATH 205 CIEG 201 Differential Equation & Analytical Geometry Construction Materials Engineering Survey I Complex variables [3] [3] & Technology [4] [3] MATH 208 CIEG 205 Statistics & Probability Engineering Hydrology [3] & Sedimentology [3] MGTS 301 Engineering Economics [3] CIEG 301 Hydraulics & River Engineering [3] CIEG 308 Transportation Engineering [3] CIEG 402 Steel and Timber Structures Design [3] MCSC 202 Numerical Methods [3]

CIEG 202 Applied Mechanics [3]

CIEG 204 Engineering Project III [2]

21

CIEG 206 GEOM 204 Engineering Survey II Strength of Materials [3] [3]

CIEG 207 Engineering Geology [3] CIEG 305 Hydraulic Machines [3] CIEG 312 Electrical Power Engineering [3] CIEG 405 Engineering Project formulation V (Hydropower Engg) [3]

CIEG 208 Engineering Project IV (Survey Camp) [2] CIEG 306 Structural Analysis I [3]

20

I III II

CIEG 302 CIEG 303 Hydraulic Structures Soil & Rock Mechanics [3] [3]

CIEG 304 Hydropower Engineering [2] CIEG 311 Estimating & Valuation [2]

20

CIEG 307 Structural Analysis II [3]

CIEG 309 Reinforced concrete Structures Design [3] CIEG 403 Construction Planning & Project Management [3]

CIEG 310 Data Analysis & Management [3] CIEG 404 Environmental Impact Assessment [3]

CIEG 313 *** Elective [3]

20

I IV II

CIEG 401 Foundation Engineering [3]

MGTS 402 Entrepreneurship Development [3]

CIEG 406 Engineering Ethics & Professional Practice [2]

20

CIEG 407 Field-based Project Works/ Internship [12]

Final Independent Project VI

12

Note: The figures in the square bracket indicate the course-credit

153

CTEG*** Electives
Course Code CIEG 313 CIEG 315 CIEG 318 CIEG 320 CIEG 322 CIEG 324 CIEG 326 CIEG 328 Subjects Computer Aided Architecture & Engineering Design Energy Technology and Natural Resources Tunnel Engineering Headwork Design and Operation Earthquake Engineering Project Operation and Maintenance Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering Water Resources Management Course Code CIEG 314 CIEG 316 CIEG 319 CIEG 321 CIEG 323 CIEG 325 CIEG 327 Subjects System Analysis and Design Geotechnical Engineering Computational Hydraulics Sedimentation Engineering Structural Analysis of Hydraulic Structures Irrigation Engineering Human Values & Social Impact of Technology

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Academic Programs
Academic Programs at KU School of Science
Level Program BTech in Biotechnology BTech in Environmental Engineering BSc in Environmental Science Bachelor Bachelor of Pharmacy BSc in Human Biology BSc in Applied Physics BSc in Applied Mathematics Bachelor of Statistics MSc in Environmental Science Master Master of Pharmacy MS by Research MPhil Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Statistics / Physics Environmental Science Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Mathematics / Statistics Environmental Science PhD Master Bachelor

Academic Programs at KU School of Engineering
Level Program BE in Computer Engineering BE in Electrical & Electronic Enginering (Communication) BE in Electrical & Electronic Enginering (Power & Control) BE in Mechanical Engineering BE in Geomatics Engineering BE in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Hydropower) ME in Electrical Power Engineering (International Program) ME in Computer Engineering ME in Communication Engineering ME in Mechanical Engineering MTech in Information Technology Engineering MS by Research Mechanical Engineering

The administration of Kathmandu University reserves the right to make changes in the requirements for admission, for continuing in the course, and for graduation, in the content of courses, the fees charged, regulations affecting students, or make any other suitable modifications, without prior notice, should these be deemed necessary in the interests of the students, the university or the profession.

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KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY
Dhulikhel, Kavre, P.O. Box: 6250, Kathmandu, Nepal Phone: 977-11-661399, 661511, Fax: 977-11-661443 Email: info@ku.edu.np

www.ku.edu.np

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