B.E Computer

B.E Computer

Course Description

Computer engineering (CoE or CPE) is a branch of engineering that integrates several fields of computer science and electronic engineering required to develop computer hardware and software.

A degree in computer engineering gives you the foundational skills needed to pursue a career in coding or computer programming. It gives you a good understanding of the theory behind the processes involved in creating computer programs and applications.

  • Multiple Job Opportunities
  • Highest earning potential
  • High Job Satisfaction
  • Always learning new skills
  • Limitless future opportunities
  • Opportunities for true creativity and innovation


Available Seats



4 years

Min Qualification

Intermediate Level/40% in IOE Entrance


Computer engineers evaluate, design, and maintain computer hardware and software systems. They develop, test, and design, computer processors, circuit boards, and network systems. They resolve problems or address any concerns that occur with the hardware or software and aid in the advancement of computer technology. We at JEC provide students a sound knowledge of Software Development, Information System Design, Digital system, Computer Networking, and Automatic System Designing preparing them to meet the changing demands of national and international organizations and research institutes. JEC is equipped with the modern facility to bestow hands-on experience in the field of computer engineering. The enthusiastic, qualified, and skilled teaching faculties are always willing to guide students theoretically as well as practically.

This program focuses on understanding the fundamental nature of the electronic devices that come in the creation of recent computers and on the elaborated design and organization of such systems, each within the central processing unit and in how larger systems are assembled.

The program incorporates a comprehensive analysis and design course of study that has an excellent, up-to-date education in computer systems with an emphasis on hardware and software systems. But computer-based devices and data networks aren’t the sole products computer engineers develop; they reconstruct genomes, design robots, and develop a software system to create businesses more systematically Besides that, analytical skills, critical thinking, problem-solving, and strong communication skills are a must. You are continually looking for solutions, developing, evaluating, and working with others while working as a computer engineer. Computer engineering students are also expected to be skilled in complex problem solving, speaking effectively to others, active listening, decision making, and operation analysis, among other abilities.

Recognizing the necessity for all-around engineers, we tend to additionally emphasize strong communication and interpersonal skills. They also occupy positions in manufacturing, research, financial services, health, and government, or create their corporations. That’s absolutely the type of invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship that the school of Engineering encourages. This engineering program not only seamlessly articulates the concepts from basic sciences to technology with relevant practice through labs and projects for building problem-solving skills but also keeps industry requirements in place. Our undergraduate programs do not assume that you come to JEC with any previous experience in programming. You can become an expert software engineer through your time and experience at JEC.

This is a lofty ideal, but for generations, the challenge and the opportunity of a  JEC education have attracted bold minds from all walks of life to come here and engage in rigorous inquiry. Regardless of how society advances, critical thinking skills and awareness of connections will always be applicable.

Course Benefits

  • Variety of Career Opportunities and challenging work  
  • Benefit Society  
  • Professional Environment

Course Structure

First Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

I/I    Engineering Mathematics I
I/I    Engineering Drawing I
I/I    Engineering Physics
I/I    Applied Mechanics
I/I    Computer Programming
I/I    Basic Electrical Engineering

Semester II - 18 credit hours

I/II    Engineering Chemistry
I/II    Engineering Mathematics II
I/II    Workshop Technology
I/II    Basic Electronics Engineering
I/II    Engineering Drawing II
I/II    Fundamentals of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Second Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

II/I    Object Oriented Programming
II/I    Engineering Mathematics III
II/I    Theory of Computation
II/I    Electronics Devices and Circuits
II/I    Digital Logic
II/I    Surveying I
II/I    Electromagnetism

Semester II - 18 credit hours

II/II    Electrical Machine
II/II    Numerical Methods
II/II    Theory of Structure
II/II    Applied Mathematics
II/II    Engineering Geology II
II/II    Instrumentation I
II/II    Discrete Structure
II/II    Data Structure and Algorithm
II/II    Microprocessor

Third Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

III/I    Communication English
III/I    Probability and Statistics
III/I    Computer Organization and Architecture
III/I    Software Engineering
III/I    Computer Graphics
III/I    Instrumentation II
III/I    Data Communication

Semester II - 18 credit hours

III/II    Object Oriented Analysis and Design
III/II    Engineering Economics
III/II    Artificial Intelligence
III/II    Operating System
III/II    Embedded System
III/II    Minor Project

Forth Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

VI/I    ICT Project Management
VI/I    Organization and Management
VI/I    Engineering Environment and Society
VI/I    Distributed System
VI/I    Computer Network
VI/I    Digital Signal Analysis and Processing
VI/I    Elective I
VI/I    Project Part A

Semester II - 18 credit hours

VI/II    Engineering Professional Practice
VI/II    Information Systems
VI/II    Simulation and Modeling
VI/II    Internet and Intranet
VI/II    Elective II
VI/II    Elective III
VI/II    Project Part B

Entry Requirement


  • Students must have passes their Intermediate Level examination  
  • Students must score at least 40% in IOE Entrance Examination.

Advisory BOARD


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Tribhuvan University.

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