11 July 2019, Kathmandu
Himalaya College of Engineering organized a three – day Himalaya Exhibition in its premises. The exhibition began on 28th of June 2019 and Prof. Er. Ram Chandra Sapkota, Dean of Institute of Engineering (IoE), inaugurated the exhibition and appreciated the creations of the students. Mrs. Gita Satyal, Deputy Mayor of Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan, Prof. Dr. Gyan Bahadur Thapa, Assistant Dean of IOE, Er. Dilli Ram Adhikari, Managing Director of Nepal Telecom, Ar. Anju Malla Pradhan, President of Society of Nepalese Architect and Mr. Ravi Singh, President of Federation of Contractor’s Association thanked HCOE family for providing students a great platform to showcase their knowledge into practicality which encourages students. The exhibition included drawing, photography, painting, art, graphic design, and animation. Along with this, visitors also observed various computer applications developed by the students pursuing their engineering in computer. Students of Electronics, Communication and Information Engineering displayed their robots and drones. Mr. Bishnu Sharma, Chairman of Himalaya College of Engineering, highlighted on the role of HCOE in delivering quality education to the students of engineering and its mission to produce skilled human resource for the development of the nation. Mr. Purna Bhadra Aryal, Director believes that these exhibitions were to encourage creative and practical learning among the students that is the need of the 21st century.
The exhibition included architecture model demonstration, civil model competition, software competition, hardware competition and musical events. Students from other Engineering colleges in the valley also took part and displayed their creative works. Students of civil engineering presented their art work that aimed to suggest people about the improvement of the highways, traffic management, flood management and suggested the ways to minimize the loss that could occur from earthquake. Students of computer engineering and CSIT presented and informed visitors about various computer applications developed by them that are really helpful in our day to day as well as professional life. Students of Architecture engineering displayed their creative works including different maps, paintings and drawings. Winners of different competitions were awarded certificates and cash prize for their beautiful efforts and to encourage them to take part in such programs in the days to come. 11,523 people visited the exhibition including students, lecturers, professional engineers, government officers, politicians, social activists and other professionals too. The exhibition ended on 30th June, in the presence of various distinguished personalities, with a formal program chaired by Madan Sharma, Principal of the college.