With a tremendous potential of hydroelectricity in Nepal, the Electrical Engineering department has been in operation over 4 years in the development of skilled manpower, and its contribution to new frontiers of knowledge in electrical engineering is immense.
The horizon of electrical engineering has expanded continuously and there is no sign of this expansion diminishing. In recent years, noticeable areas of development have been the evolution of large scale electric network, grid interconnection of photovoltaic, wind and other sources of renewable energy, integration of small hydro to a mini-grid, development of environment friendly vehicles (solar cars), etc. All these areas are in accord with Nepal’s future in Hydropower development, Industrial Innovation, and development of energy efficient devices. Our graduates are in high demand here in Nepal and overseas, and if Nepal has to succeed then the demand of electrical engineers must continue to grow.
Electric power lab , Electrical machine lab, Automatic and Digital control lab, Power electronics lab
Computer lab, Electrical instrumentation and Measurement lab