Kathmandu Engineering College has been an ideal academic mentor in my life and brilliantly bridge the gap between my schooling and further education. The college ethos is based on the maxim that the students have onl
Over the past three semesters of studying architecture in KEC, I have learnt and grown immensely. The architecture faculty of KEC provides a wholesome and interactive environment for us students.
Perks of being an engineering student is that you always have an opportunity to dive within your passion and explore your potentials. With dedication, diligence and discipline, not only can you fulfill your dreams but be a better human being as well.
“Coming together is beginning, keeping together is progress and working together is success”. I was in dilemma in choosing the right destination to pursue my future career in engineering.
As I have completed almost two years of my journey of becoming an engineer in KEC,I have improved to become a better person.
The time spend in KEC was just all about a gateway for rediscovering ourselves and experiencing all single day about new things. The exploration of new realms of engineering without any boundary was plus point for me.
A good college is more than just high tech classrooms and labs. It’s where one explores beyond the window of one’s core interests and sets a solid base for pursuing his/her goals.
They say hard-work is the key to success. But I believe hard-work is just another door to success, motivation being its key, which changes the need of hard-work to passion and hard-work something must for your passion.
Being able to execute the potential that one possesses is the thing; I believe one should be doing in this present competitive Engineering world.
I have found the golden wings to my future and career at KEC. It has provided me a perfect platform to improvise my skills and sharpen my knowledge with proper teachings, guidance and counselling from the teachers.
I have been associated with KEC for quite a while, first as a student and then later after a stint in the professional world as a faculty.
It was the greatest achievement of my life to be honored with ‘Nepal Chhatra Bidhya Padak’ by our President Dr. Ramvaran Yadhav as the reward to my self – dedication, perseverance and hard work.
The best thing about learning here is you just not “take lectures and go home”, but you also get exposed to vast learning community of friends and expert teachers where you can coordinate each other to promote your knowledge.
One of my main memories of my time at the college was how supportive and encouraging the staffs were.
All you have to do is believe in your capabilities and put your efforts to enhance your knowledge.