Master In e-Governance – Nepal Open University

Entrance Exam Syllabus

Course Overview

The Mater in e-Governance degree program broadly focuses on using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to better deliver services to service seekers and democracy practices to governance. Electronic Governance seeks to transform public service delivery and citizens’ participation in government decision-making for social and economic benefits. The program also seeks to analyze and describe the linkages between government, the business world, and civil society and their use of the internet and other digital devices to facilitate effective decision-making. This program will consider the historical, institutional, legal, organizational, functional, policy, and theoretical issues that are critical to public administrators, scholars, and practitioners of information and communication technologies (ICTs) as they manage in the new economy.

Course Objectives

This course has a following objectives:

  • Prepare dedicated IT leader for the ICT enabled development of Nepal with global perspective.
  • Build skill full HR with problem solving, critical analyzing and software and application development planning capabilities to the government.
  • Produce the IT manager with people skill who can successfully manage IT professional great understanding.


The minimum qualification required to apply for the program as follows:

  • A minimum Bachelor degree in IT related discipline with equivalent with concern authorities.
  • Bachelor degree in any discipline and 2 year proved working experience on e-government or IT or corporate governance.


This program is divided into 4 semester (Twenty Four Months).

  • Semester-I
    • Five courses ⨯ 3 credit = 15 credit
  • Semester-II
    • Five courses ⨯ 3 credit = 15 credit
  • Semester-III 
    • Four courses ⨯ 3 credit = 12 credit
    • Research Project = 3 Credit
  • Semester-IV
    • Two Compulsory course ⨯ 3 credit = 6 credit
    • One Elective course = 3 credit
    • Thesis/Dissertation = 9 Credit
  • Total Credit = 63 Credit Hours

Course Structure

First Semester

S.N. Course Code Subject Credit Hour
1 TEEGP 501 e-Governance Principles and Practices 3 cr
2 TEDEE 502 Digital Economy and e-Governance for Development 3 cr
3 TELEI 503 Legal and Ethical Issues in e-Governance 3 cr
4 TECOM 504 Communication Skill for e-Governance 3 cr
5 TEPCT 505 Programming Concepts and Techniques 3 cr

Second Semester

S.N. Course Code Subject Credit Hours
1 EGVN 551 Database Management Systems 3 cr
2 EGVN 552 Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management 3 cr
3 EGVN 553 IT Governance 3 cr
4 EGVN 554 Information Systems 3 cr
5 EGVN 555 Object Oriented Programming 3 cr

Third Semester

S.N. Course Code Subject Credit Hours
1 EGVN 601 Web Technology 3 cr
2 EGVN 602 Research Methodology 3 cr
3 EGVN 603 Technology Management 3 cr
4 EGVN 604 Software Engineering and Project Management 3 cr
5 EGVN 605 Research Project 3 cr

Fourth Semester

S.N. Course Code Subject Credit Hours
1 EGVN 651 Network and Infrastructure Management 3 cr
2 EGVN 652 Information System Audit 3 cr
3 EGVN 699 Thesis/Dissertation 9 cr
List of Electives (Anyone from following)
4 EGVN 653 Cloud Computing 3 cr
5 EGVN 654 Cyber Security Management 3 cr
6 EGVN 655 GIS and Remote Sensing 3 cr
7 EGVN 656 Artificial Intelligence 3 cr
8 EGVN 657 Knowledge Management 3 cr

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