Pipra -14, Birgunj, Nepal

Diploma in Electrical & Electronics Engineering


Electronic engineering is a field of engineering that deals with the design, development, and implementation of electronic systems and devices. It involves the study of various topics including analog and digital circuits, microprocessors, microcontrollers, communication systems, and signal processing. Electronic engineers use their knowledge of electronic theory and materials properties to design, develop and test electronic devices and systems. Applications of electronic engineering can be found in various industries, including telecommunications, consumer electronics, computer systems, aerospace, and defense.

The candidates can receive the application form from the administration office or authorized center by paying the fee structured by CTEVT.


  • All Nepalese and foreign candidates must meet the entrance requirement of CTEVT.
  • Domicile certificate or passport for foreign students(2 copies).
  • Students from the general stream should be SEE/SLC passed or equivalence. TSLC students should have an aggregate mark of 66.66% from IOE and 68.33% from CTEVT.

Electronic engineers have a wide range of job opportunities in various industries. Some common job roles include:

  1. Design Engineer – responsible for designing and developing electronic systems and devices.

  2. Test Engineer – responsible for testing and verifying the functionality of electronic systems and devices.

  3. Systems Engineer – responsible for the integration of electronic systems and ensuring they meet the required specifications.

  4. Hardware Engineer – responsible for the design and development of electronic hardware components.

  5. Software Engineer – responsible for the design and development of software for electronic devices and systems.

  6. Network Engineer – responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of communication networks.

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Diploma in Electrical & Electronics Engineering?

Electronics Engineering is a field you commonly correlate to mobile gadgets, desktops, and other electronic solutions that help us in the modern world. Yet, without going into detail, you cannot understand what stays behind the creation of the devices, since you just enjoy their functionality.

If you crave studying electronics, you used to create some amateur machines, and have a desire to change the world with your own creations, electronics engineering might be a good fit. This guide will uncover the key information about this discipline, and share some tips on what you can do with it in terms of career prospects.

Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Course Structure

Subject code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Applied Nepali
2 Applied English
3 Engineering Mathematics I
4 Engineering Physics I
5 Engineering Chemistry I
6 Engineering Drawing l
7 Computer Application
Subject code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Engineering Mathematics II
2 Engineering Physics II
3 Engineering Chemistry II
4 Workshop Practice I
5 Engineering Drawing II
6 Applied Mechanics

Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

2Computer Programming  

Basic Electronics


Electrical Engineering Material


Electrical Installation I


Computer Aided Drawing


Electrical and Electronics Engineering Drawing


Digital logic

Subject code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Microprocessors
2 Electric Circuit Analysis
3 Electronics Devices and Circuits
4 Basic Programmable Logic Control (PLC)
5 Electrical Machines I
6 Electrical Instruments and Measurements
7 Repair and Maintenance of Consumer Appliances I

Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Switch Gear and Protection

2Power Electronics  
3Electrical Machines II  

Minor Project


Digital Electronics Circuit

6Repair & Maintenance of Consumer Appliances II  

Communication System I


Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Communication System II

2Design, Estimating & Costing of Electrical & Electronics Installation  
3Industry Based Major Project  
4Industrial Attachment  
5Entrepreneurship Development  

Transmission and Distribution of

Electrical Power

7Elective (Any One)
a) Hydro Power
b) Broadcast Engineering
c) Renewable Energy Technology
d) Electrical Energy Management
f)Satellite Communication

The students who have passed Diploma level in Electrical Engineering and Electrical & Electronics Engineering will be able to understand the basic principles of electricity, operate machine and electrical circuits, conduct and maintain mini/micro hydropower station, repair household appliances, make supervision of domestic and industrial electrical work as well as the supervision of power transmission distribution.

The students will get an opportunity in various possible field such as Nepal Electricity Authority, Nepal Air Corporation, Radio Transmission Development Committee, Nepal Telecom Co., Industries, private workshop etc. They will be given opportunity in foreign employment and technical institution as well.

Er.Simran Patel

HoD, Electrical Engineering /Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department


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