Central Campus of Technology
Dharan-14, Hattisar
info@cct.tu.edu.np
025-570228

FAQS

1.          How many academic programs does Central Campus of Technology offer?

Academic

2.         What is (are) the medium (media) of instruction? 

            Pedagogy

3.         What are the eligibility requirements for admission?

Academic

4.         Can I know the details of the entrance exams for the academic programs?

            Notice

5.         Do you have quota system for the admission?

            Fee Charts

6.         Can a foreign student study at CCT?

            Academic

There is special quotas for students from SAARC countries and if the eligibility criteria is fulfilled (grade C in three subjects in Advance level from any Board/University recognized by Tribhuvan University) can apply in donation criteria.

  1. What documents do I need to submit for application and admission?

Online Form

  1. What is the application and admission procedure?

Admission Procedure

9.         Can a student who has studied abroad apply?

           Facts, Figure and Fee Chart

There is special quotas for students from SAARC countries and if the eligibility criteria is fulfilled (grade C in three subjects in Advance level from any Board/University recognized by Tribhuvan University), the individual can apply for donation scheme.

10.       Where is the campus located?

Campus Profile

11.       What is the climate like?

Campus Profile

13.       What is the approximate study cost for different programs?

Fee and Structure

14.       Do you provide scholarship/stipend to students?

Scholarship/Stipend schemes

CCT awards stipends for meritorious as well has financially weak students. The amount given away is NRs 2000.00/per year to the deserving student (according to criteria set by CCT). That apart, CCT also supports 20% of the students in self-supported programs by taking only regular fee. The number of students benefiting from the stipend are as in Table.

 

Program

Year

I

II

III

IV

B. Tech. (Food)

5 students (merit basis)

5 students (merit basis)

5 students (merit basis)

5 students (merit basis)

B. Sc Nutrition & Dietetics

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

2 students (class first and first among girls)

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

BSc. Biology

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

2 students (class first and first among girls)

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

B. Sc. Physics

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

2 students (class first and first among girls)

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

2 students (class first and first

among girls)

Merit basis refers to highest aggregate score in either the entrance exam (for first year) or annual/ semester exams. Awardees from the semester system will receive NRs 1000.00 per semester.

Students also benefit from informal scholarship (not officially recorded or recognized). For example, Dr. Ashish Mukhopadhyay (chemistry faculty) gives away scholarship to 2 needy students (1 boy and 1 girl) in B. Tech (Food) during their first year.

A special scholarship is awarded to one financially weak-cum-meritorious student in each year/semester in all the programs (including M. Sc. Microbiology). CCT thus gives away NRs 10,000 each to 18 students every year.

15.       Do you have a hostel facility?

          Hostel Facilities

18.       Can I know the details of the fee structure?

           Fee Structure

19.       Where can I find the course of study for the program I want to join?

           Program