Tribhuvan University

Institute of Engineering
Entrance Examination Board

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Entrance Examination and Admission Procedure for M.Sc. Programs under IOE

IOE Entrance Examination Board-2073

2017(2073)

Tribhuvan University
Institute of Engineering
Entrance Examination Board

Detailed Schedule for Entrance Examination of Masters Programs – 2073

Time and Date for Online Application:
From 10 AM, 1st Falgun 2073 (12th February 2017)
To 5 PM, 15th Falgun 2073 (26th February 2017)

Admit card can be downloaded during Falgun17-18, 2073 from the website:
http://entrance.ioe.edu.np OR www.ioe.edu.np/entrance

Entrance Examination will be held at ICTC, IOE, Pulchowk:
20-21 Falgun 2073 (March 3-4, 2017)

Publication of Result: By 25th of Falgun, 2073 (By 8th March, 2017)

To be eligible for master’s entrance application, the candidate must have passed bachelor
degree in relevant subjects with at least second division.

Admission Notice for the successful candidates shall be published by the Admission
Committee of Constituent Campuses of IOE. The Academic session starts from
17th Baisakh 2074 (30th April, 2017)

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Bachelor's Program in Industrial Engineering. 2001.Sc. Electronics. Technology and Innovation Management from 2010. In 1972. Bachelor Degree level courses in Engineering were extended to Electronics & Communication and Electrical engineering. Geotechnical Engineering. all the diploma programs were phased out and the IOE concentrated its programs spanning from Bachelor through Master to Ph. Structural Engineering. the Swiss Government. Nepal Engineering Institute and the Technical Training Institute were renamed as Pulchowk Campus and Thapathali Campus respectively. E. Mechanical engineering and Architecture were started in the Pulchowk Campus. The Architecture Technician program was started by the IOE in its own effort in 1973. Since then. Courses in Urban Planning. and the Canadian Government. with the assistance from UNDP/ILO in 1972. and in 2015. As first Bachelor's Degree level course in Engineering in Nepal. started offering civil overseer courses leading to Diploma in Civil Engineering. the Nepal Engineering Institute at Pulchowk and the Technical Training Institute at Thapathali were brought together under the umbrella of the Tribhuvan University (TU) to constitute the Institute of Engineering (IOE). The technician programs in Electrical.Sc. Information and Communication and Power System Engineering effective from December. levels.1 History of IOE History of engineering education in Nepal can be traced to 1942 AD. Nepal Engineering Institute. In 1994. From the academic year 1998/99 Bachelor's Degree program in Computer Engineering. has started M. From the year 2014. with the assistance of the government of India. IOE has expanded considerably. The Technical Training Institute established in 1965. Courses in Sustainable Water Sanitation and Health Development from 2007. Bachelor's Program in Automobile Engineering was started at Thapathali Campus. 1. with support from the Norwegian Government. offered technician courses in General Mechanics. Engineering section of the school offered only trades and civil sub- overseers programs. In 1995. has started M.2 Initiation of (Post Graduate) Master Programs in (IOE) Constituent Campuses In 1996. Pulchowk Campus. A category-wise detail of intake capacity of Master Program is given 2 . Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Drafting.D. In 1959. In 2006. Auto Mechanics. Civil Engineering was started in 1984 in its own effort. when Technical Training School was established. Refrigeration/Air-conditioning Engineering were started in the Pulchowk Campus. B.INTRODUCTION 1. with the assistance from the Government of Federal Republic of Germany. Environmental Engineering and Water Resources Engineering. Pulchowk Campus with support from the Norwegian Government. Pulchowk Campus has also started M. from 2001. Bachelor's Program in Agriculture Engineering was started at Purwanchal Campus. courses in Renewable Energy Engineering. This campus has also started master program in Transportation Engineering and Disaster Risk Management from the academic year 2011/12.Sc. with the assistance of the World Bank.

00915056064 of the Siddhartha Bank Limited by submitting a specially prepared voucher often by filling applicant's name and date of birth in it. 2017) onwards from the website: http://entrance.edu.np.000 as an application fee for entrance examination in Account No.has been started at Central Campus Pulchowk. Applicants should bring the admit card and the mentioned original identification document with hem/her during the entrance examination. an additional master program –'Energy for Sustainable Social Development'.ioe.np. applicant will not be allowed to appear in the entrance examination. For name. Institute has also started regular Ph D admission from academic session 2010/11 in all departments. he/she has to pay NRs 200 at ICTC and submit a letter of request for correction with the payment voucher 1. The candidate also needs to upload his/her color photograph of prescribed specification and one of the following identification documents. The candidate must select the appropriate entrance stream. 1.edu.np/entrance or http://entrance.Sc. 2. A new Master's program in Earthquake Engineering was started at Thapathli Campus under IOE in 2071 BS. new master programs in Electrical Engineering in Distributed Generation. have started at Paschimanchal Campus Pokhara.4 Provision of Admit Cards Admit card can be downloaded on 17thof Falgun 2073 (28th February. The candidate should deposit an amount of Rs 2.ioe. indicated in the voucher needs to be specified in the online application form. The candidate should fill up the other required fields in the form without skipping any steps.3 Online Application The candidate willing to appear in the entrance examination to get enrollment into the M. photo or ID document correction.  Citizenship certificate  Passport  Last exam admit card If any change has to be done on the submitted information in application form. under IOE from the academic year 2072 BS (2014AD).edu. program should fill and submit the Application Form online within the deadline prescribed by the Entrance Exam Board. Without original ID document and color printed admit card.5 of this document. 4. In 2072 BS (2016 AD). Civil Engineering in Infrastructure Engineering and Management. and Master program in Computer Engineering.in section 1. 3. candidate has to pay NRs 150 to edit six or less number of normal text fields. 3 . Application forms will be available in the websites: www. Similarly. The application procedures are as follows: 1.ioe. The voucher No.

Environmental Engineering Lalitpur Construction Management Renewable Energy Engineering Energy Systems Planning and Management Department of Mechanical Technology and Innovation Engineering Management Mechanical Systems Design and Engineering (proposed) Material Science & Engineering Department of Science and Climate Change and Development Humanities Energy for Sustainable Social Development Department of Architecture Urban Planning Department of Civil Thapathali Earthquake Engineering Engineering Campus. Table-I: Seats/Quota Distribution for All M. Programs and Offering Derpartments Campus Master Programs Offered By Information & Communication Engineering Department of Electronics Computer Systems and Knowledge and Computer Engineering Engineering Department of Electrical Power System Engineering Engineering Structural Engineering Water Resources Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Department of Civil Transportation Engineering Engineering Pulchowk Disaster Risk Management Campus.Sc. Programs Masters Programs Regular IOE Full Sponsored Total Intake Merit Reserved Fee Each Master’s program 5 1 6 8 20 Table-II: M. Programs on current intake capacities is listed in the Table-I while the programs and offering department of constituent campuses are depicted in Table-II. Mechanical Engineering Design and Department of Mechanical & Kathmandu Manufacturing (proposed) Automobile Engineering 4 .Sc.5 Intake Capacities The quota distribution for all M.1.Sc.

If there is no applicant in IOE reserve quota. One page motivation letter not exceeding 500 words mentioning candidate’s interest to study masters at IOE.5. They are eligible only for sponsored (self-sponsored) category and should be admitted as foreign students. Foreign citizens who completed bachelor or equivalent degree from universities within Nepal should appear in the entrance examination by the normal entrance procedure. If there are no applicants from permanent IOE faculty. 1. then priority will be given to faculties who have completed 5 years as a contract faculty. One seat is reserved for IOE faculty. priority will be given to permanent IOE faculty. then the seat will be fulfilled as full fee category.1 Provision for the Foreign Students 1/4th of sponsored quota on each program has been reserved for foreign students interested to earn master’s degree under IOE. For IOE Reserved Quota. If applications are not received in sponsored/foreign category. 5 . it is added to Full Fee Seat. Distributed Generation Engineering Engineering Pokhara Infrastructure Engineering and Department of Civil Engineering Management 1. 1/4th of the sponsored quota is reserved for the Foreign students. Following are the requirements for foreign students to study at IOE. TU. (see section 2 for entry requirements of relevant streams in bachelor to be enrolled into corresponding master’s degree program) 2. 5. One seat in regular category and One seat in full fee category are reserved for female candidates in each program 2. Priority for the sponsored quota will be as follows: 1st Priority: Candidates from government offices & Government Owned Organizations or Companies 2nd Priority: Other Organizations 4. 3. Nepal. Transcripts and Degree Certificates of Bachelor of Engineering Degree. 3. 4. Students with foreign citizenship are recognized as foreign students and should have passed bachelor degree in engineering with average grade point of at least ‘B’ or equivalent. 1. One recommendation letter from the past University subject instructor/supervisor or mentor if his/her bachelor degree is form foreign university. Communications and Knowledge Department of Electronics and Engineering Computer Engineering Paschimnchal Department of Electrical Campus.

applicant should submit his/her necessary documents (application form.E (Civil or Agriculture) or equivalent 6 . Table-III: Pre-Requisite Degree Requirements for M. Programs Entrance SN Programs Pre-Requisite Degree Streams 1. Geo-Technical Engineering CA B. Energy Systems Planning and EE/CA/MI B. 12. 2. Urban Planning PA B.E (Electronics/Electrical/Computer) or Engineering Equivalent 3. Science 11.A. Renewable Energy Engineering EE/CA/MI B.E (Civil or Agriculture) or Equivalent 9. Civil/Agriculture.edu.E (Civil or Agriculture) or equivalent.Sc. 8. Water Resources Engineering CA B.1 Eligibility Criteria To be eligible for the admission to the Master Program. To enroll for the academic year 2017-2019. Information & Communication EC/EE B. Environmental Engineering CA B. scanned copy of 1st page of the passport) via email at admission@ioe. Mechanical/Industrial/Auto-Mobile) or Equiv. Power System Engineering EE B. Transportation Engineering CA B. Candidate will be informed for interview via telephone or online video conferencing. Civil/Agriculture.E in any field/B. Computer System and EC B.E (Civil or Agriculture) or equivalent 7. 2017.E. motivation letter (Statement of Purpose). recommendation letter. 6.E (Electrical. Disaster Risk Management ALL B.Arch.Arch.Sc. bachelor transcripts and degree certificates.E (Civil) M. the degree should be accredited by the concerned body of TU before proceeding to admission./M.E (Electrical) or equivalent 5.(Geography) or equivalent 2. Computer) or Equivalent Knowledge Engineering 13./B.E (Electronics. a candidate must fulfill the program entry requirements listed in Table-III. ENTRY REQUIREMENT AND ADMISSION PROCEDURE 2. Technology and Innovation ALL except B.E (Civil) or equivalent 4. If the bachelor or equivalent degree is from the foreign university.E (Electrical. Structural Engineering CA B. 6.np on or before 26th February. Management Mechanical/Industrial/Auto-Mobile) or Equiv. or Equivalent Management AS 10.

Climate Change and ALL B. Entrance SN Programs Pre-Requisite Degree Code 14. Infrastructure Planning and CA B. Industrial Development and Agriculture Engineering or equivalent 18. and Secure minimum score. Energy for Sustainable Social PA/CA/MI B. B. or equiv. Agriculture/ M.E/B.E Mechanical/Industrial or Equivalent Engineering (Proposed)  Have undergraduate grades significantly above average and not less than prescribed ones by the faculty board of IOE.Arch.Sc. 15.E (Electronics & Communication.Sc. Communications and Knowledge EC B. Mechanical Systems Design and MI B. Science for 3 years bachelor degree/B. Distributed Generation EE B. Development Science(4 years).Arch.E in Civil.E (Civil) or equivalent 19. Engineering Electrical & Electronics.Arch. Table-IV: Entrance Streams and Code S. Forestry/ B.Sc. or equivalent 16.E Mechanical/Industrial or Equivalent and Manufacturing (Proposed) 23. or equivalent 17.Sc. as prescribed by the Faculty Board of IOE.2 Mode of Entrance Examination The candidate should appear in one of the streams (listed in Table-IV) of entrance examination to get the admission in any Master Program at IOE. Construction Management CA/PA B. Note: Equivalence means the same kind of degree obtained from institutes other than TU and recognized by TU as the equivalent to the degree provided by TU in the same discipline. Agriculture/ B.Sc. No. in the entrance test conducted by the Entrance Exam Board of IOE.E (Civil) or equivalent Development 20.E Electrical or Equivalent Engineering 22. Earthquake Engineering CA B.Arch. 2. Computer) or Equivalent 21. Entrance Streams Entrance Code 1 Planning and Architecture PA 2 Civil & Agriculture Engineering CA 3 Electrical Engineering EE 4 Electronics & Computer Engineering EC 5 Mechanical and Industrial Engineering MI 6 Applied Science AS 7 .E (Civil or Agriculture).E/ B. Mechanical Engineering Design MI B. B. Material Science & Engineering ALL B. Science(4 years) B.Sc. Mechanical./B.

2. Exchange of calculators is strictly prohibited.3 Selection Process The Entrance Examination Board of IOE will publish the list of the successful candidates in the entrance examination notice board and via the website whereas the Admission Committee of Constituent campuses will take care of admission procedure.  Admission committees of respective Campuses will publish the list of admission as per its schedule.  There will be 10% negative marking for wrong answer. 2.U. Candidates failing to do so will lose the opportunity to get the admission. Such candidates after passing the prerequisite courses specified by IOE will have to join the respective program within two academic years. if applicable.  The Candidates have to secure minimum marks as prescribed by the Faculty Board of IOE. The candidates should contact the Campus Admission Committee. be offered provisional admission for the following academic years. consisting of 45 questions of 50 marks. o Original copies of migration and provisional certificates. 8 .  T.  Candidate who passed the relevant bachelor degree and fulfilling the program entry requirements will be selected for the admission on the basis of merit list based on the score of the Entrance examination.  Non programmable calculators are permitted. The following documents should be presented at the time of admission: o Original and attested copies of transcripts of all academic records from SLC onwards to the latest approved degree (bachelor/masters). All the selected candidates should follow the schedule published by the committee. Candidates have to bring their own calculators in the exam hall. While Section-B consists of stream specialized course with 50 nos.  All questions will be in English. however. Entrance examination will be of Computer Based Multiple Choice Type – of 2 hours duration consisting of two sections. recognized AMIE candidates selected on the basis of merit list based on the score of entrance examination shall.4 Admission  The successful candidate should pay required fee and complete the procedures within the time prescribed by the Admission Committee of the Campuses.A is common to all streams. of questions of 1 mark each. o Original copy of Nepali citizenship certificate. Section. Vacant seats due to the failure of any candidate to enroll in the prescribed time will be filled by admitting candidates from the consequent next list. passport for foreign students o Certificate of completion of prerequisite courses with pass marks for TU recognized AMIE candidates.

000/. if 60% of the full fee and sponsored seats are not fulfilled within admission deadline. 175/. 9 .000/. 2. In case of discrepancy on verification of the original certificates. Programs Descriptions Regular Full Fee Sponsored Foreign Student Tuition fee (Per Semester) 12.  To be eligible for master’s entrance application.00 (Rs 1000 for the students passing B E or equivalent from abroad) The candidates should pay extra charge for internet access and conference publication separately during admission as per Campus rule and any extra services as specified by TU.060/ TU Registration fee Rs 500. 1. 37. US $ 20/- At the time of Admission 21.00 US $2.180/.000/. The given fee structure is for completing the minimum specified courses within two years of academic session. 3. 175/.000/.680/. Also payment of fees by the candidate under sponsored category shall be received only by cheque of the sponsoring agency. Candidates willing to secure extra credit courses or failing to complete the courses within the specified time frame should pay extra fee accordingly as per campus regulation.000/. 1. the candidate must have passed bachelor degree in relevant subjects with at least second division. admission of such a candidate will be cancelled even after his /her formal admission.000/- ID Card Fee 175/.35.00 46.000/.000/. Note: In any program.355. Table-V: Fee Distributions for M. 1. The candidates under sponsored category have to pay the fee for full course duration (two years) at the time of admission.855.000/.000/. 1.5 Fee Structure Fees arrangements for Masters’ Program are listed in Table-V below.000/. US $ 10/ Library Deposit 1. The cash transaction shall not be entertained. 1. 1.000/. that program may be suspended for that academic year and the amount paid by the candidate in the admission process shall be refunded. US $ 200/ Maintenance Fund 2.000/. US $ 10/ Nonrefundable Fund Campus development Fund 3.00 542175.800/- Exam Fee (Per Semester) 1. or in case of inclusion of the candidate's name in the admission list by mistake of any kind. 2. US $ 10/ Lab Deposit 1.000/. US $ 1. US $ 10 Refundable Deposit Campus Deposit 1.Sc.

25% deduction from tuition fee of one semester prior to the start of class. The solution may require simple Computations. 2. Critical reasoning questions measure your ability to read with understanding. Mathematics [40 × 1] The format of these multiple-choice questions varies. CURRICULUM FOR M. The charges for the hostel shall be as per the decision of the campus administration. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION The M. SECTION-A The depth of subject matter in this section shall be similar to Bachelor Level. c. Fractions. Section. These sections aim to test the candidate's understanding of Basic Mathematics (Numbers: operations. Ratio and Proportion. 50% deduction from tuition fee of one semester till 7th day after the start of class. The Critical reasoning section measures your ability to • analyze and evaluate written material and synthesize information obtained from it. • analyze relationships among component parts of sentences. Decimals and Percentages. No refund of tuition fees and nonrefundable deposits following the 7th day from the commencement of the class. 10 . manipulations or multi-step problem-solving. While Section-B Consists of stream specialized course with 50 questions of 1 mark each. the admitted student needs to cancel his/her admission. Each question will be of objective type with multiple choice answers and negative marking is 10%. This section measures reading comprehension and critical reasoning skills in a multiple-choice format. These questions explore your ability to analyze a written passage from several perspectives.6 Student Hostel Hostel facilities are available for few selected students according to campus rules and regulations. Roots and Power. 1. 2. following rules are applicable in reimbursement of fees: a.Sc. consisting of 45 questions of 50 marks. including your ability to recognize explicitly stated elements as well as underlying statements or arguments and their implications.A is common to all streams.Sc. insight and discrimination. b. consisting of two sections. Critical Reasoning [5 × 2] Critical reasoning sections aim to test the candidate's comprehension of the interpretative abilities in English as a language of business and communication. Entrance examination for the academic year 2073/2074 (2017/2018AD) will be “Computer Based Examination” of two hours duration.In case. 3.

11 . concepts of plastic analysis of beams./B. integration. Elementary Vector Algebra). Probability and Statistics (Counting. 2.2. Elementary Linear Programming.6. Urbanization in Nepal 1. Planning and Architecture [50 × 1] 1. Problems of Urbanization in towns of Nepal 1.E. partial differential equation). Introductory Set Theory) Algebra (Polynomials. Civil & Agricultural Engineering (CA) [50 × 1] 1. Water Supply. analysis of trusses and frames. analysis of indeterminate structures./Relevant courses offered by T. Public/community participations in planning.Logarithms.3. Statically determine structure: displacements by energy principles. Urban environment 1. Building environment – sustainable architecture.5.Arch. slope-deflection and moment-distribution methods. ordinary linear differential equation. Nepalese & contemporary 2. Planning [35] 1. Elementary Geometry and Mensuration.1.7.4. Permutations and Combinations) SECTION-B Note: The depth of subject matter in each subject shall be that of B. two and three hinged arches.1. static and kinematic indeterminacies. Architecture: [15] 2. Bending and deflection and its equations. differentiation. Sewerage. electricity 1. Architectural Conservation 2. trusses. Urban Services: Transportation.U. Structural Engineering [10] Stress and strain. Equations and Inequalities. 1. Calculus (limits and continuity. Simultaneous equations and solutions. influence lines for determinate and indeterminate structures. History of Architecture -Western. Historical Development and present state 1.3. Progressions. Municipalities and their programs to tide over the problems. Eastern.2. Elementary Trigonometry. climatology etc.

shear strength. Requirements of Highway Alignment. earth pressure theories. Conveyance of water. Road Aggregate. Quantity of Water. Disposal of Sewage from Isolated Buildings. circuit elements. Krichoff’s Voltage & Current Laws • Network Theorems: Thevenin’s. Similitude and physical modeling. Surface runoff. Disinfection. effective stress principles. Reactive & Apparent power. Fluid pressure. Water Treatments. Classification Roads (NRS). Introduction of sanitary engineering. consolidation. Quantity of Waste Water. independent & dependent sources. Uniform and Non uniform flow. Rainfall-runoff correlation. Flow over notches & weirs. 4. Sludge Treatment and Disposal. 5. Sub-surface investigation. relationship and inter- relationships. Quality of Water. Sewer Appurtenances. Factors Controlling Highway Alignment. Dynamics of flows. Momentum equation. Equilibrium stability of floating bodies. Euler's equation. Nortan’s. Basic Electrical Circuits (10) • Circuit fundamentals: Series & parallel circuits. Open channel flow. shallow foundations: bearing capacity. effect of water table. Bituminous Road Binders. geometric elements of roads and their design parameters. compaction. penetrometer tests. Gradually varied flow. construction and maintenance of bituminous roads. Water Resources Engineering [10] Physical properties. types of bridges. methods of tunneling. Ohms law. finite slopes. Valves and Fittings. Sedimentation. Classification of fluid flow. Hydraulic Jump and its analysis. Resonance in AC circuits 12 . three phase system. Electrical Engineering (EE) [50 ×1] 1. Peak flow estimation. Fluid kinematics. Geo-technical Engineering [10] Soil classification. layered soils. artificial. Bernoulli's equation. drilling bore holes. Navier stokes equation Boundary layer theory. Filtration. permeability and seepage. Design and Construction of Sewers. Maximum power & Reciprocity Theorems • AC circuits: Concept of complex impedance. Energy & momentum principle for open channel flow. sampling. Intake Works. Transportation Engineering [10] Urban Road Net-work.2. Traffic Studies. design of Flexible pavements. Reservoirs and Distribution System. Sewage Disposal. sewage Treatment. stability of slopes-infinite slopes. Sources of water.foundation design requirements. Physical hydrology.natural. Water Supply & Sanitary Engineering [10] Introduction of Water Supply Engineering. plate load test. Road Intersections. Traffic Control Devices. 3. Pharos diagram. Flow in mobile boundary channel. Hydrograph Analysis. Active. foundation types. Unit hydrographs. highway Drainage System. fundamental definitions. Characteristics and Examination of Sewage. and Solid Waste management.

JFET. Voltage regulations. VAR-Volt control • Safety Engineering: Electric shocks. sag calculation. Steady state & transient stability limits • Fault calculations: Symmetrical faults in power systems. Power Systems (20) • Transmission line: Line parameters. Voltage regulations. Equipment Earthing 4. differential & distance protection schemes • Power control: Load -frequency control. Speed control and starter 3. Starting methods. T-S Characteristics. Characteristics of different types dc motor. electromechanical energy conversion principle • Transformers: Equivalent circuits. Load factor. Surge arresters Relays and circuit breakers • Protection equipment: Protection schemes: Over current. Testing. and Basic formulation of load flow problems • Stability studies: Real and reactive power flow through transmission line. Instrument transformers. Y-parameters & ABCD-parameters 2. stringing chart. Fleming’s Right hand & Left hand rules. Operating principle and characteristics of different types dc generator • DC motor: Operating principle. medium & long lines. single line diagrams. Losses & efficiency. • Three phase circuits: Phase & line quantities in three phase system. Diversity factor. Farady’s Law of electromagnetic induction. parallel operation of 1-1 & 3-1 Transformers • Synchronous m/c: Operating principle. MOSFET 13 . surge arrestors • Over voltage in transmission line: Power frequency lightening and switching over voltages. parallel operation of alternator • Induction machine: Operating principle. Losses and efficiency. Phasor diagrams. Basics Electronics (10) • Two terminal devices: Diode. Rural and Urban Distribution system • Economics of Generation: Load curve. line insulators and string efficiency • Distribution system: Radial and loop distribution. Power angle characteristics. Zener diode • Transistor: BJT. Load duration curve. three phase transformer connections. Transmission line design: selection of voltage. 3-phase power • Transient response: Transient response analysis for R-L. tariff schemes • Load flow: Bus classification. R-C & R-L-C circuits. Electrical Machines (10) • Electromagnets: Magnetic circuits. short. Pole zero plots • Two port Networks: Z -parameters. over Voltages in transmission lines. earth fault. Y-bus formation. loss of load factor. efficiency & regulations. FET. Phasor diagrams. Effect of excitation. conductor. grounded & ungrounded systems. per unit system representation. Speed control • DC generator: Construction. Losses & efficiency.

2. TRAIC. 3. reactive and apparent power (single & three-phase) and resonance • Transient and steady state analysis. two-port parameters. Rectifier. Differentiator • Logic circuits: Binary system. Electrical Circuit and System [5] • Ohms law. Norton's and maximum power transform theorem • Active. Summing. Logic gates • Power Electronics: Thyristers. Inverter Electronics and Computer Engineering (EC) [50 × 1] 1. Computer Architecture [15] • Fundamentals of Computer Architecture & Organization • Number System • Boolean Algebra • Logic Gates • Combination and Sequential Logic • A/D and D/A Conversion • Memory • Instruction Set • Operating System and Application Program Concepts • Computer Applications 4. Kirchoff's laws • The venin's. GTO. • Operational amplifier: Feedback. Integrator. Communication System [4] • Analog and Digital Communication Theory and System 14 . Electronics Circuit and System [10] • Integrated circuit technology and device models • Operational Amplifier circuits • Operational Amplifier characterization • Power supplies and voltage regulators • Untuned and tuned amplifiers • Oscillator circuits • Digital-to-Analog (DAC) and Analog-to-Digital (ADC) conversion • Instrumentation and isolation amplifiers • Operational amplifier-bipolar transistor logarithmic amplifiers • Log-antilog circuit application • Communication circuits • Switched power supplies • Introduction to power electronics. Truth tables. pole zero plots.

Object Oriented Programming Languages [8] • Object oriented programming concepts • Introduction to C++ • Operator Overloading • Encapsulation • Polymorphism • Inheritance • Templates and file handling 6. Otto Cycle. Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer [12] • Equality of Temperature and Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics. Brayton Cycle. Rankin Cycle. Steady State Applications • Entropy. Heat flow through composite structures. Control Mass and Control Volume Formulation of • Second Law. Convection Fundamentals and Radiation Heat Transfer Fundamentals 2. Electrical Analogy for thermal resistance. Discrete Structure [8] • Propositional logic and predicate logic • Methods of proof and formal reasoning • Binary relations • Finite state automata • Recurrence Relation • Graph theory and graph algorithms Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MI) [50 ×1] 1. Heat Pump and Refrigerator • Carnot Cycle. Diesel Cycle.5. Entropy Relations and Isentropic Process. Bernoulli's equation and their applications • Viscous flow. Heat Engine. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machine [10] • Basic concepts of fluid and flow • Flow measurement • Continuity equation. Vapour Compression Cycle • One dimensional steady state heat conduction through a plane wall. Radial steady state heat Conduction through a hollow cylinder. Momentum equation. Heat Transfer and Work Transfer • Control Mass and Control Volume Formulation of First Law. Second Law of Thermodynamics for an Isolated System. flow inside closed conduits and head losses • Water turbines • Water pumps 15 .

calorific values • Renewable energy sources and their nature • Basic concepts of: Solar thermal energy.. Industrial Engineering and Management [8] • Classification of manufacturing processes. Centroid. Solar photo-voltaic energy. Energy [8] • Sources of conventional energy. 4.3. fossil fuels. • Elements of cost. Area and mass moment of inertia. operation management and system concepts • Production planning and control • Plant location and plant layout design • Forecasting techniques • Inventory Control • Decision making process • Quality Assurance and Quality Control 16 .) • Types of structures. wind energy. Bending Moment diagram • Torsion of Shafts • Slope and deflection of beams. statically determinate and indeterminate • Moments and couples • Distributed forces. C. • Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies • Equations of motion • Dynamic equilibrium • Kinetics of particles and rigid bodies • Applications of Newton’s Second Law • Application of Principle of Work and Energy • Principle of Impulse and Momentum • Conservation of Energy • Concept of Stress and Strain • Types of loads and beams • Materials Properties and Material Testing • Shear Force. • Materials selection criteria.G. Bio-mass. • Role of production. Mechanics and Strength of Materials [12] • Concept of particles and rigid bodies • Effect of forces on particles and rigid body • Applications of equilibrium equations for solving problems of particles and rigid bodies (in 2- Dimensions and 3-dimensions. Geothermal energy and Hydraulic energy • Consumption and environmental aspects of energy 5.

climate change 6. smoke and fly ash 8. Air pollutants. corrosion. invisible: chemical and Microbiological. DC and AC circuits. buffer. 7. Waves and Oscillation [5] Mechanical and Electromagnetic.visible. polarization. Electrolytic cells. Fission. specification for industrial and domestic purposes. diffraction. Electricity and Magnetism: [5] Electric and magnetic fields. calorimetry. conduction. Quantization of energy. SOx. their adverse effect and remedies. First and Second laws and their Applications.dust. Heat and Thermodynamics: [4] Fundamentals of heat. Air Pollution. Transfer of heat. Transition metals: [2] Electronic configuration. Lasers. degree of hardness. alkalinity. Boiler feed water. pH. convection. radiation 4. Pollution: [4] Water pollution: Surface and ground water. optical fibers 5. Optics: [4] Interference. Electrochemistry: [3] Electrode potential and its measurement. Acoustic phenomena. electrochemical cells. Ultrasonics 2. bio-degradable and non-bio-degradable. NOx. O3. properties and their applications 11. Free. Modern Physics: [7] Photoelectric effect.Applied Science (AS) [50 ×1] 1. particulates. Nernst equation. Polymers: [2] Organic and Inorganic polymers. Water: [3] Soft and hard. inducting polymers 17 . Energy. sludge and scales. potentials. hydrocarbons. Fusion Energy and Environment: Renewable and Non Renewable Energy Resources. Catalysts: [1] Action of catalysts. Ultraviolet Radiation. COx. Thermodynamics. characteristics and mechanism of catalysis. water treatment. water pollutants. Power and intensity of plane progressive wave. standard electrode potential. greenhouse effect. 10. electrochemical series 9. Damped and Forced oscillation. Wave motion. EMF of cells. Entropy. Maxwell's equations 3.

The Maximum period within which a student is allowed to complete the course is four academic years. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR).antacids. The number of credits depends on the contact hours for the course. 4 credits of project and 16 credits of thesis. Instrumental technique in chemical analysis: [2] Visible and ultraviolet spectroscopy. ACADEMIC RULES AND REGULATIONS 4. Course Structure The course consists primarily of two types of courses: Core course and Elective courses. simulation works. Isomerism: [1] Stereoisomerism-geometrical. biogas 13. The tutorial on each course may include laboratory. Each course has a certain number of credits which indicates the weight. enzymes. optical 16. for 15 weeks of one semester. Antihistamines. analgesics. 16 credits of elective and/ or open elective courses. calorific values.12. neurologically active drugs. antimicrobials. A student is allowed to take upto 20 credits of courses per semester. Chemistry in daily life: [3] Carbohydrates. kerosene. petroleum. Core courses are mandatory whereas elective courses can be selected by the students.1 Credit System The curriculum is organized in the framework of credit system. coal. 18 . Unsuccessful students have to repeat the courses in which they failed and should pay course registration fee for those courses. laboratory and assignment works per week.tranquilizers. Normally a course of 4 credits is designed for 4 contact hours of lecture classes plus tutorial. assignment and seminar works as prescribed by the department.antibiotics. proteins.2.1. gasoline. Duration of the Course and Barrier The normal duration of the course for the fulfillment of the degree is two academic years.2. Table-VI show the course structure for the Master Programs. soaps and detergents 4. Fuel and combustion: [2] Classification. atomic absorption Spectrometry (AAS) 15. 4. Explosives: [2] Classification. (Rs 2000 per credit) 4. preparation and application 14. nucleic acids. drugs and their classification. Only students able to secure minimum 50% of the total credit of any semester will be allowed to admit to the next semester. A student should take 24 credits of core courses. Antiseptics and disinfectants.

Tribhuvan University. journals. Laboratory works and seminars. The internal evaluation is based on the continuous assessment by the course instructor. 4. Institute of Engineering. Tutorials. The minimum pass marks for the internal and final evaluation is 50%. short projects as applicable. It is carried out by internal assessments.3 Instructional Methods The courses comprise Lectures. The assignments would be given by the concerned faculty.Sc.2 Provision for Open Elective Any student can take a maximum of 4 credits of open elective courses offered by other department whereas he/she can take a maximum of 8 credits of open elective courses offered by the other master programs of the same department. seminar works and other such activities. The course contents are designed in such a way that considerably self- learning efforts should be applied by the students. related software etc. will be used as per necessity.2.2. Innovative approaches and ideas would be encouraged. Reference materials including international publications. Programs Year/Part Core Courses Elective Courses Project Thesis Total Credits I/I 16 credits 0-4 credits 16-20 I/II 8 credits 4-12 credits 12-20 II/I 0-8 credits 4 credits 4-12 II/II 16 credits 16 Total 24 credits 16 credits 4 credits 16 credits 60 credits 4. The final percentage of marks is calculated by the following formula: (?????? ? ????? ????????) Total percentage =  ??????? The marks percentage and division awarded will be as: Percentage Division 75 or above Distinction 65 to < 75 First 50 to < 65 Second 19 . The students have to pass separately in the internal evaluation as well as in the final examination. assignments. Table-VI: Course Structure and Credit System of M. handbooks. The final evaluation is conducted at the end of semester by Examination Control Division. The evaluation is based on the internal evaluation and the final examination. web sites.

Note: Campus won’t arrange for the attestation of any testimonials. Students should submit thesis proposals to the respective Program Coordinator.4. It is the candidate’s responsibility to get authorized attestation of the testimonials. Thesis Registration Students should pass all the core courses before registering to the thesis but have to pass all the courses including elective courses before its defense. it shall not be applied to that extent. Elective Registration Students should register themselves in the elective courses offered by the programs in that semester before the beginning of the class. Any student failing to defense within the regular 4th semester should take admission for the next consequent semester with additional exam fee of NRS 2000/.Sc. They can consult available faculties for the preparation of thesis proposal. The information given shall be taken as obstruction for the implementation of such changes. It is the responsibility of the students to manage the resources for their thesis work. a student must satisfactorily complete all required coursework of at least 60 credits including an individual thesis work. Minimum gap between the midterm thesis defense and the final thesis defense should not be less than 4 weeks.3. Degree. Midterm Defense. 4. 4.To qualify for the M.and should defend as per Academic Calendar of IOE. S/he may apply for the extension to the maximum of one semester with the approval of supervisor without getting admission. If/When information from this brochure contradicts any other legal provision. Minimum number of students for each elective course should not be less than 6. For the open electives students of each program should apply to their respective program coordinator and he/she will precede it to the related program/department. Elective registration should be finalized by the program coordinator within first week from the beginning of the semester. Different activities associated with thesis (Supervisor appointment. Final Defense) will be carried out by the Program supervisory committee. Proposal Defense. The information given in this document (brochure) shall be changed by the authorized person of the institute (IOE). 20 .