Pokhara University was established in 1997 under the ‘Pokhara University Act-2053 (1997)’. At that time, it was located in Pokhara, the beautiful city famous for tourist destination. In 2001, Faculty of Science & Technology started Bachelor’s Program in Pharmacy under the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences. In 2003, the name of the School was changed into ‘School of Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences’ and it launched very relevant program ‘B.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology’ (B.Sc. MLT). In 2005, the School started Master’s Level Program ‘M. Pharm.’ in Natural Product Chemistry and Pharmaceutics. The M. Pharm. program was run only for a single batch until it resumed with newly launched M. Pharm. (Clinical Pharmacy) and M. Pharm. (Natural Product Chemistry) programs from 2011. The fifteen kilometer east from Pokhara Airport, a modern city of Nepal, locates a peaceful lake city Lekhnath with its glorious present of this University. The new era for Pokhara University started after shifting from Pokhara to its own administrative and academic complex, the Garden City of Seven Lakes. The Lakes Begnas and Rupa, known for serene and crystal clear water and plenty enough plankton for aquatic animals, are at walking distance from the University. A scenic view of the beautiful Himalayan Mountains under Annapurna Range adds on its panorama. It offers a sound learning & research environment for excellence.
In course of time the Faculty of Science & Technology introduced School of Engineering. 2009 became an epoch for this faculty establishing one more school making two schools: School of Health & Allied Sciences (previous ‘School of Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences’ name changed) and School of Engineering. Similarly, School of Engineering brought out two programs: B. E. Civil and B. E. Electrical & Electronics. Faculty of Science & Technology has adopted four years academic courses in Bachelor’s degree based on the credit-semester system with continuous internal evaluation. Academic year of the University consists of two semesters of 16 week each. The fresh intake is enrolled at the beginning of the Fall Semester.
- Bachelor of Civil engineering | Fee Structure |
- Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering | Fee Structure |
|Bachelor of Civil engineering|
|Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering|