November 6, Kathmandu
Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Pulchowk Campus, Institute of Engineering, is celebrating the 25 years of BE Program on 22-23 Kartik 2076.
The Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering (DOECE) has been offering a high-quality undergraduate program in Electronics Engineering since 1994 and in Computer Engineering since 1998.
The department enrolls 48 students in Electronics Communication and Information (BECIE), previously known as Electronics and Communication (BEX), and 96 applicants in Computer Engineering (BCT).
The event will mark the 25th year of the commencement of the Bachelor’s program being offered by the department.
The Silver Jubilee Celebration Event is being organized in the Library Hall, Pulchowk Campus, with approximated participants count being over 500. The event will take place on two separate days.
The first day will host the Pre-event Seminar and Panel Discussion on 22nd Kartik from 10 AM to 1 PM. The registration fee for the event is Rs. 500 for the individual, whereas Rs. 1500 for Institution(per person).
The registration is currently open on-site. The second day, marked as the Silver Jubilee Main Event, will be organized on 23rd Kartik, 2076, from 10 AM to 4 PM.
The graduating students (2072 Batch) will present their final year’s project in poster form and also receive awards and tokens. The registration fee for the second day of the event is listed as:
Alumni: Rs. 1000
Current BE Students (2073-2075 batch): Rs. 100
Current MSc. Students (2074-2075 batch): Rs. 500
Others: Rs. 1500
Registration for the graduating batch has been waived off, and everyone can register via Khalti mobile app and receive 10% cashback. The registration for the main event on 23rd Kartik includes the following:
- Pass to the event hall
- Tea & Lunch
- Alumni Book with the profiles of all Alumni of the department
DOECE is organizing the event with the hopes of gathering all alumni of the department (Diploma, BE, Masters, and Ph.D. graduates), current students, retired and current faculty members, staff, and guests so that they can collectively celebrate the mega-event.