Applied Sciences

The Department of APPLIED  SCIENCES is the foundation of all engineering educational processes at KEC and is efficiently supporting the Engineering Departments by providing high quality teaching in basic sciences.

The courses offered by this department covers nearly one fourth of the engineering curriculum. The purpose of inducing the subjects of Applied Sciences in engineering study is to lay a well-built foundation on basic concepts for various engineering disciplines. The department has well equipped labs for physics, chemistry and communication english. The teaching learning strategies include lectures, tutorials and practical's according to the nature of the curriculum. The department has energetic, well-qualified and dedicated faculty members. The subjects taught by teachers of this department are of prime importance for all round growth and development of the students. The prime focus of the department is to provide a conceptual base in basic sciences that acts as a platform for students to leap into their core engineering courses. Our department believes that in engineering education, attendance, assignment and Alternate Day Test (ADT) are necessary for quality education. Besides, the department frequently welcomes guest lecturers to inspire and motivate the students and augmenting their all round development.

Mr. SubashPokhrel

HOD /Associate Professor
Department of Applied Sciences


The department handles the teaching of general subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English, Nepali, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Method as per the syllabus provided by the IOE.

  • Subjects like Physics and Chemistry are taught through a practical approach to get students well acquainted with the equipment
  • Tutorial classes are conducted for each subject
  • Alternate day test are specified for the students
  • Extra remedial classes are provided for students who need extra effort
  • An on-line attendance provision is managed and regularly updated. This ensures that parents/guardians are alerted of the students’ regularity in each class.
  • Regular interaction with students by department and subject teacher
  • Conduct the ‘Closed-camp’ program after the course completed in each semester