Frequently Asked Questions :
Have a burning question about admission to Sagarmatha Engineerring College or about how the environment is at the college? Check out these frequently asked questions:
Admission for Bachelor’s Program in Engineering under Tribhuwan University, generally opens in the beginning of August. Visit later for detailed information.
We offer Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering and Civil Engineering. Sagarmatha National College and Sagarmatha College of Science and Technology, our sister institutes, offer BTEC Level 3 in IT from Pearson Edexcel, UK and B.Sc. Computer Science and Information Technology form Institute of Scinece and Technology, Tribhuwan University respectively.
We accept admission application from the students from the merit list of the entrance exam conducted by Institute of Engineering (IoE). IoE conducts entrance test in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Drawing. Students with 10+2 in Science (Physical group or Biological group with Extra Maths) or equivalent degree and scoring at least 45% in respective examinations are eligible to apply for the entrance test conducted by IOE.
No. Sagarmatha Engineering College doesn’t conduct any interview for admission.
We provide some scholarships in form of general scholarship and academic excellence awards. CLICK HERE for more on scholarships.
You can have plenty of time for socializing while maintaining good grades. You need to do your assignments the day you get it, unless there's a lot in one day, but never wait until the last moment. You can go to the gym, watch TV shows, and hang out with friends. You can also spend a lot of time hanging out with friends in between classes. Honestly, as long as you manage your time well, you'll be able to get your academic works done, have fun, and have time to kill but you need to study smart and intensely.
We have some student organizations ranging from Student Welfare Council to Literature Forum. These organizations provide fun ways for students to get to know and collaborate with each other, and gain valuable technical and team-building skills that help students after they graduate. CLICK HERE for more on Student Organizations.