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     Nabin Gotami updated 1 year, 2 months ago 7 Members · 7 Posts
  • Shrestha Anjal

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    May 20, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    What is the fee structure of BSC CSIT? How much do it cost to complete Bsc Csit course from tribhuwan University, Nepal? Are there any colleges that offer scholarships for the course? What is the cost for study materials, are study materials like books, notes etc readily available in Kathmandu? Which college is best for this subject?

  • Romeo

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    July 8, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    B.Sc. CSIT is a Technological Course but it is affordable course for Nepalese students. However, the fee structure of B.Sc. CSIT varies from college to college. But If you can choose to study B.Sc. CSIT in Nepal in government colleges then the cost is Rs 3,00,000/- to Rs 5,00,000 . Nowadays colleges and institutes are offering Scholarship programs for students who are very much eligible and cannot afford the fee of B.Sc. CSIT.

    There are many colleges in Nepal for B.Sc. CSIT some are governmental colleges where many of the institutes and colleges are private. You can study B.Sc. CSIT in any college of inside and outside valley affiliated by Tribhuvan University mainly.

    Although, some B.Sc. CSIT colleges in Nepal are Texas International College, Kathmandu BernHardt College, Asian College of Higher Studies (ACHS), Samriddhi College, Samajik College, Swastik College, Kathford International College of Engineering and Management, Sagarmatha College of Science and Technology, Himalaya College of Engineering, Nepathya College, Indreni College, Lumbini ICT College etc.

  • Aubhav Gautam

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    August 2, 2017 at 2:59 am

    Bsc. CSIT can be an expensive course or a cheap one,all depends upon the college that you enroll or get accepted into. The fee ranges widely, meaning that there’s a lot of difference in the tuition fees between the cheapest college and the most expensive one. As far as I know, the cheapest college for studying Bsc. CSIT this year was Patan Multiple Campus, where you didn’t have to pay more that 1 lakhs and 67 thousands for 4 years, after that , there comes ASCOL where the total cost is 2 lakhs. The most expensive in the nation must be Deerwalk Institute, where the cost is 12 lakhs(lol the students pay what the Patan students pay in four years in a semester). But believe me, this college is definitely worth your money because of the regime of the extra courses that’s been included in it’s syllabus and it’s building decent manpower than a number of talented students. St. Xaviers had about 7 lakhs in its pamphlet. There are a lot of scholarships available in private colleges but almost none in the government colleges, but they are still cheaper.

    Additional costs may include buying a decent computer, some notebooks and some text books, I’m not gonna calculate that for you. And about the colleges, anyone willing to do this course, I recommend this order,

    ASCOL> St.Xaviers> Patan> DeerWalk> Other Colleges, anyway I’ve only kept the finances in notice because believe me, almost all the colleges are basically the same and most of them even share the same community of teachers. So try to get better marks in your entrance examinations and then try to get into the college that best suits you . 🙂

  • samir bhatta

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    August 28, 2017 at 5:27 pm

    how much cost for 4 yrs of bsc csit anyone can suggest me

  • Sudeep Mishra

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    May 28, 2018 at 6:57 pm
  • Bindiya Bajracharya

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    July 24, 2018 at 10:26 am

    BSc CSIT (Bachelors in Computer Science and Information Technology) is a four-year course affiliated to Tribhuvan University in Nepal which focuses on Principles and Technology and designed to provide the student with all sorts of knowledge in the field of Information Technology and Computing.

    It can be an expensive course or a cheap one. It all depends upon the college that you want to enrol or get into. The fee ranges widely from college to college. That means there is a huge difference in the tuition fees between the cheapest college and the most expensive one. Generally, the government or public colleges have cheaper fees and private colleges have expensive fee structures. As far as I know, the cheapest college for studying BSc. CSIT is Patan Multiple Campus, where you have to pay less than 2 lakhs for 4 years. After that, there comes ASCOL where the total cost is about 2 lakhs. The most expensive in the nation must be Deerwalk Institute, where the cost is about 8-12 lakhs which is much more than the previous colleges.  But this college is definitely worth the money because of the quality of education it provides, the extra courses that’s been included in its syllabus and it’s capacity of building decent manpower. St. Xavier’s college had about 7 lakhs in its pamphlet. There are a lot of scholarships available in private colleges but almost none in the government colleges, but they are still cheaper.

     

  • Nabin Gotami

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    July 31, 2019 at 1:07 pm

    Thank u guys for your best information…😊😊

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