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Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Civil engineering is four years program with 145 credit hours. The course emphasize on theoritical knowledge as well as practical knowledge in various infrastructure related subject like water supply, sanitary irrigation, hydrology, engineering material, fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, foundation engineering, engineering geology, transportation engineering, hydropower engineering and so on.


Civil engineering known as the mother of all enginnering, is the oldest, broadest, most suitable and useful pf all engineering sciences. Civil engineering is an exciting profession because you can see the results of your work, at the end in the form of final product like completed bridge, high rise building, subway station or hydraulic damp or others. Some of the sub-categories or fields in Civil Engineering are Geo Technical engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resource Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Urban Planning and so on.

Degree by:
Purbanchal University (PU)

Head,Department of Civil Engineering
Er. Alka Sapkota, Phd



The goal of Himalayan WhiteHouse International College is to attain academic excellence and ExtraCurricular brilliance. We strive to create a harmonious discipline in and outside the college premises which directly and indirectly affects the society positively. In our academic session, we endeavor to make sure our students have fun learning and sharing.

.. Where excellence is
more a norm than an exception


Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including public works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports, sewerage systems, pipelines, structural components of buildings, and railways.
Civil engineering is traditionally broken into a number of sub-disciplines. It is considered the second-oldest engineering discipline after military engineering,[3] and it is defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering.[4] Civil engineering takes place in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies.

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  • 10+2/CBSE or equivalent to 55% and above aggregate score
  • A Level - Minimum 2.5 credits

BE. Civil Syllabus
Semester 1
Business Mathematics 3 credits
English 3 credits
Business Economics 3 credits
Financial Accounting-I 3 credits
Principles of Management 3 credits
Semester 2 
Business Communications 3 credits
Macro Economics Analysis & Policy 3 credits
Business Statistics 3 credits
Principles of Marketing 3 credits
Financial Accounting-II 3 credits
Semester 3 
Cost and Management Accounting 3 credits
Business Finance 3 credits
Database Management System 3 credits
Marketing Management 3 credits
Business Environment of Nepal 3 credits
Semester 4 
Business Law 3 credits
Financial Management 3 credits
Taxation and Auditing 3 credits
Human Resource Management 3 credits
Quantitive Techniques for Business 3 credits
Semester 5 
Research Methodology & Report Writing 3 credits
Productions & Operations Management 3 credits
Banking and Insurance 3 credits
Project Management 3 credits
Organizational Behavior 3 credits
Semester 6 
Management Information System 3 credits
Public Finance 3 credits
Total Quality Management 3 credits
Tourism Management 3 credits
Entrepreneuership Development 3 credits
Semester 7 
Supply Chain Management 3 credits
E-Commerce 3 credits
Internship 3 credits
Specialization-I 3 credits
Specialization-II 3 credits
Semester 8 
International Business 3 credits
Strategic Management 3 credits
Specialization-III 3 credits
Specialization-IV 3 credits
Specialization-V 3 credits
Grand Total 120 credits