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Aerospace engineering in TU; becomes the first university

In 2018 Pulchowk Campus started the Aerospace engineering program under the Department of Mechanical Engineering with the intakes starting in August of that year. The program covers all the essential courses of the aeronautical streams, with further elective courses available for space engineering- including propulsion systems,  aerothermodynamics, navigation and communication systems, etc. Instead of ‘Aeronautical Engineering’, following the current conventions in the field, the program was named ‘Aerospace Engineering’. Pulchowk Campus is only the educational institute that provides Aerospace education. Thus, which makes TU the first university to have aerospace engineering in its curriculum. 

The department has already established aerospace laboratories, including air-frame, a subsonic wind-tunnel facility, avionics and gas-turbine engine components laboratory, and a high-performance computing workstation facility. In addition, the department is establishing more new laboratories for teaching and research in the coming years.

The total time period of the Aerospace engineering in TU is 4 years and only 48 seats are available. Previously, Nepali students were compelled to travel to foreign countries like China, the Philippine for the aerospace engineering course, and at a highly expensive cost. So, keeping this mind and thinking about future TU has stepped forward to provide the same course here in-home country thus providing the needed education and skills for aerospace within Nepal.

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Scope of Aerospace engineering

The Scope of Aerospace engineering are listed below:

  • Aerospace designer checker
  • Aircraft production managers
  • Mechanical design engineers
  • Assistant technical officers
  • Thermal design engineers

Related: TU Affiliated ICT Colleges of Nepal.

Syllabus of Aerospace Engineering in TU

The length of course of Aerospace Engineering in TU is 4 years and syllabus is provided below:

Syllabus of Aerospace Engineering in TU

Note: For more detailed Syllabus CLICK HERE.

Some Frequently Asked Questions by Students.

Where can I study Aerospace Engineering in Nepal?

Pulchowk Campus is only the educational institute that provides Aerospace education.

Duration and seat capacity of AeroSpace Engineering Course

Aerospace engineering in TU is 4 years and only 48 seats are available.

Syllabus of Aerospace Engineering in TU

The length of course of Aerospace Engineering in TU is 4 years and syllabus is provided here.

What is Scope of Aerospace engineering in Nepal?

Aerospace designer checker
Aircraft production managers
Mechanical design engineers
Assistant technical officers
Thermal design engineers

What is the total Cost/Fee of Aerospace engineering in Nepal?

There are total of 48 students, out of which 12 Nepalese students will have to pay Nrs. 64,988 as regular students for the entire 4 year course. Remaining 36 Nepalese students will have to pay Nrs. 6,00,000 including 40,000 refundable fees for full pay students.
Regular and full fee students are categorized based on the ranking of the entrance exam conducted by IOE.

What is the total Cost/Fees of Aerospace engineering in Nepal for International students?

For international students, the total cost for this course is Nrs.15,10,691.

Contact number of Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering

Kamal Darlami, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pulchowk Campus
Email: darlami.kd@pcampus.edu.np
(+977 9869310836)

Credit hours of theory and practical of Aerospace Engineering Course

133 credit hours for Theory Lectures, 38.5 credit hour for Tutorial and 78 credit hours of Practical and laboratory.

Branches under Aerospace Engineering

 Two branches:
 – aeronautical engineering, which focuses on aircraft operating in the Earth’s atmosphere.
– astronautical engineering, which focuses on spacecraft.

How much percentage is required for aerospace engineering?

Students who have successfully completed 12th or Plus two level are eligible to apply for the entrance exam for Aeronautical Engineering. The minimum percentage required for it is 60%.

Which institute is best for aerospace engineering in Nepal?

As there is only Pulchowk university right now, it is the best.

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