Pipra -14, Birgunj, Nepal

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering


A Diploma in Civil Engineering is a technical degree program that focuses on the design, construction, and maintenance of various structures such as buildings, bridges, roads, and water supply systems. It typically takes 3-4 years to complete and provides students with a strong foundation in mathematics, physics, and engineering principles. The curriculum of the program covers topics such as engineering mechanics, surveying, construction materials, fluid mechanics, structural analysis, and environmental engineering. Students also gain hands-on experience through laboratory work and practical projects. Upon graduation, diploma holders in civil engineering can work in a variety of fields such as construction, consulting, and public works departments. They can also choose to pursue further studies such as a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a related field.

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.

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Diploma in Mechanical Engineering?

Diploma in Civil engineering is one of the most sought-after branches of engineering, and probably one of the oldest one in human history. A civil engineer is responsible for designing and monitoring the construction and renovation of physical structures, railway projects, roadways, and local and national infrastructure.  It is a diverse field with tremendous scope and added prestige.

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Course Structure

Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Applied Nepali


Applied English

3Engineering Mathematics I  
4Engineering Physics I  
5Engineering Chemistry I  
6Engineering Drawing I  

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 Basic Electronics Engineering
2 Electrical Technology
3   Machine Drawing
4 Material Science
5 Thermal Engineering
6 Engineering Dynamics
7 Workshop Practice II
8 Industrial Engineering

Subject codeSubjectsCredit HourFull Marks

Manufacturing Technology I


Computer Aided Drawing


Internal Combustion Engine


Machine Element & Mechanism

5Strength of Materials  
6Fluid Mechanics & Machines  

Project I

Subject code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Manufacturing Technology II
2 Automobile Technology
3 Fundamentals of Hydraulics and Pneumatics
4 Machine Design, Estimating & Costing
5 Project II
6 Industrial Attachment
Subject code Subjects Credit Hour Full Marks
1 Advanced Manufacturing Technology
2 Basic Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
3 Occupational Hygiene and Safety
4 Entrepreneurship Development
5 Project III
Elective (Any One)
a) Project Design
b) Hydropower Generation Engineering
c) Renewable Energy Technology
d) Planning of Mechanical Job Shop

The Mechanical Engineering graduates will be expert in operating and assembling various machines, making maintenance, plumbing steel fabrication, maintenance of automobiles etc.

The graduates in this stream will get job opportunity in various fields such as ministerial and departmental office, corporation, industry, private workshop etc. It is possible for the graduates to get job in foreign employment and technical institutions as well.

Er. Jay Prakash Biraji

HoD, Mechanical Engineering Department


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