Diploma in Electrical Engineering


Electrical Engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Electrical engineers design, develop, and test electrical systems, devices, and components, and play a critical role in shaping the modern world. The curriculum of an electrical engineering program typically includes coursework in mathematics, physics, and computer science, as well as specialized courses in areas such as circuit analysis, control systems, and digital signal processing. Electrical engineers may also have the opportunity to specialize in specific subfields, such as power engineering or communications engineering. Overall, electrical engineering is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field that offers a wide range of career opportunities for individuals who are passionate about technology and innovation.

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.

Electrical engineers have a wide range of career opportunities in a variety of industries, including:

  1. Power Generation and Distribution: Designing and improving systems for generating and distributing electrical power, including renewable energy systems.

  2. Communications and Networking: Designing and improving communication systems, such as cellular networks, satellite communications, and fiber optic networks.

  3. Control Systems: Designing and developing control systems for a variety of applications, including robotics, aerospace, and manufacturing.

  4. Electronics: Designing and developing electronic devices and systems, including computer systems, consumer electronics, and medical devices.

  5. Automation: Designing and developing automated systems for industries such as manufacturing, agriculture, and health care.

  6. Aerospace and Defense: Designing and developing electrical systems for aerospace and defense applications, such as aircraft, satellites, and weapons systems.

  7. Transportation: Designing and developing electrical systems for transportation, including electric and hybrid vehicles, and intelligent transportation systems.

  8. Consumer Electronics: Designing and developing consumer electronics products, such as smartphones, laptops, and home appliances.

  9. Healthcare: Designing and developing medical devices and systems, such as imaging equipment and patient monitoring systems.

  10. Research and Development: Conducting research and development in electrical engineering, exploring new technologies and applications.

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Diploma in Electrical Engineering?

Electrical Engineering is a field of engineering that deals with the design, development, and application of electrical and electronic systems. Electrical engineers work on a wide range of projects, from small devices to large-scale power and energy systems, and play a critical role in shaping our modern world.

Diploma in Electrical 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 I
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 code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Fundamental of Electrical Engineering
2 Computer Programming
3 Basic Electronics and Logic circuits
4 Civil Construction and Survey
5 Electrical Engineering Material
6 Principles of Management and Costing
7 Electrical Installation I
8 Electrical Engineering Drawing I
Subject code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Microprocessor
2 Computer Aided Design
3 Electric Circuit Analysis
4 Electrical Installation II
5 Electrical Engineering Drawing II
6 Electrical Machines I
7 Electrical Instruments and Measurement
8 Power Stations

Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Switchgear and Protection


Power Electronics


Electrical Machines II


Electrical Design and Estimation


Utilization of Electrical Energy


Fundamentals of Control System


Electrical Repair and Maintenance I

8Project I  

Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Electrical Energy Audit

2Project II  
3Power System Operation & Maintenance  

Electrical Repair and Maintenance II


Industrial Attachment


Entrepreneurship Development


Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power

8Elective (Any One)
a) Micro Hydro power
b) Instrumentation System
c)Renewable Energy Technology


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.Digamber Yadav

HoD, Electrical Engineering /Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department


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