BE IT

BE IT

Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology (BE IT) is a unique blend of Information and Communication Technology. It prepares students to function effectively in this dynamic technological era. The programme focuses on applying cutting edge technologies for the socioeconomic development of the nation. It is perfectly designed to meet the needs of an ever growing Information and Communication Technology industry here or abroad. The degree produces highly qualified ICT professionals in hardware, software, networking, and communication technology for the digital future.

Key Learning Outcomes

• Analyze, Design and Develop software or computer systems and design secure networks & monitor them to handle data and information worldwide

• Enable the automation of organizational tasks through computers & telecommunications equipment to improve efficiency

• Gain specialization in configuration, integration, development, and testing of systems and networks to meet industrial needs

• Resolve system-related issues and troubleshoot communication and networking problems to ensure smooth operation

• Acquire skills and expertise in intelligent information retrieval systems to benefit decision-making bodies in an organization

Career Prospects

Excellent job prospects! More and more jobs are being created in an increasingly IT-driven world. Associated career trends show the fastest growing occupations in Nepal and abroad.

Empowers graduates to handle computer and IT related tasks independently throughout their careers. They also have tremendous possibilities and opportunities of starting their own ventures.

IT engineers get suitable jobs such as System analyst, system designer, project manager, business analyst, OS developer, Database Analysts, Information Systems expert, , Digital Media Specialists, Network Specialists, Software Engineers, or Technical Support Representatives.

Careers by area

Information Management – IT Managers in government, the private sector, NGOs and INGOs

Telecommunication – Information & Communication Engineers in telecom companies

Software Engineering – Database administrators, and Software Project Managers in software companies 

System Engineering – System Engineers in IT-based organizations

Knowledge Engineering – Information Systems Experts for Big Data repositories and information systems

Networking – Network Engineers for managing secure networked communication 

Artificial Intelligence – Developers of computer-based expert systems that mimic human behavior, learning, and reasoning abilities

Research – Research workers in challenging domains like machine intelligence, Data mining, Neural Network, business intelligence, information retrieval, and decision  support systems

 

Course Structure


Year I

Semester I
 
Semester II
 
Course Description
Credits
Course Description
Credits

Engineering Mathematics I

3

Engineering Mathematics II

3
Physics

4

Network Theory
3

Communication Technique

2

Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science

3

Problem Solving Techniques

3

Electronic Devices
3

Basic Electrical Engineering

3

Engineering Drawing
2
Programming in C

3

Object Oriented Programming in C++

3





Year 2

Semester III
 
Semester IV
 
Course Description
Credits
Course Description
Credits

Engineering Mathematics III

3

Engineering Mathematics IV

3

EC and Instrumentation

3

Microprocessor & Assembly Language Programming

3
Logic Circuit

3

Programming in Java
3

Data Structure and Algorithm

3

Database Management Systems
3

Probability & Queuing Theory

2

Software Engineering Fundamentals

3
Web Technology

3

Project I
1





Year 3

Semester V
 
Semester VI
 
Course Description
Credits
Course Description
Credits
Numerical Methods

3

Computer Network
3

Applied Operating System

3

Computer Graphics
3

Computer Organization and Architecture

3

Intelligent System
3

Principle of Communication

3

Information System
3

Signal System Processing

4

Object Oriented Design and Modeling Through UML

3

Organization and Management

2

Minor Project
2





Year 4

Semester VII
 
Semester VIII
 
Course Description
Credits
Course Description
Credits
Multimedia Systems

3

Mobile and Wireless Communication

3

ICT Project Management

2

Engineering Economics

3
Telecommunication

3

Social and Professional Issues in IT

2

Business Process and IT Strategy

2

Project Work
5
Network Programming

3

Elective II
3
Elective I

3

 
 






Electives




• Mobile Application Development

• Data Mining and Warehousing


• Natural Language Processing

• Advance Web Technology


• Advance IP switching and Routing

• Big Data


• Advance Java Programming