Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

Bachelors
·
4 years
  • Fee: Starting NPR 318880

Some electrical engineers focus in the study of electronic devices and circuits that are the basic building blocks of complex electronic systems. Others study power and the generation, transmission, and utilization of electrical energy. A large group of electrical engineers studies the application of these complex systems to other areas, including medicine, biology, geology, and ecology. Still another controls, telecommunications, wireless communications, and signal processing

Eligibility

In case of Letter Grading System, students should have secured minimum "C" Grade in all subjects in Grade 11 and 12. 

OR

The students who have a minimum score of 45% in I. Sc. or 10+2 (physical group or biological group with two paper mathematics) or diploma in engineering or an equivalent course recognized by TU can appear in the entrance examination conducted by Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering.

The students who have passed the entrance examination conducted by IOE are eligible for admission in IOE constituent campuses and affiliated colleges on merit basis.

Prospect Careers

Curricular Structure

Year/Part

Subjects

I/I

Engineering Mathematics I

 

Computer Programming

 

Engineering Drawing I

 

Engineering Physics

 

Applied Mechanics

 

Basic Electrical Engineering

 

I/II

Engineering Mathematics II

 

Engineering Drawing II

 

Basic Electronics Engineering

 

Engineering Chemistry

 

Fundamental of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

 

Workshop Technology

 

II/I

Engineering Mathematics III

 

Object Oriented Programming

 

Electric Circuit Theory

 

Electrical Engineering Material

 

Electronics Devices and Circuit

 

Digital Logic

 

Electromagnetics

 

II/II

Electrical Machine I

 

Numerical Method

 

Applied Mathematics

 

Instrumentation I

 

Power System Analysis I

 

Microprocessor

 

 

 

III/I

Communication English

 

Probability and Statistics

 

Control System

 

Instrumentation II

 

Power System Analysis II

 

Electrical Machine Design

 

Electrical Machine II

 

III/II

Engineering Economics

 

Digital Control System

 

Signal Analysis

 

Switchgear and Protection

 

Antenna & Propagation

 

Industrial Distribution and Illumination

 

Hydro Power

 

IV/I

Project Management

 

Organization and Management

 

Technology Environment and Society

 

Power Electronics

 

Utilization of Electrical Energy

 

Power Plant Equipment

 

Elective I

 

Project (Part A)

 

IV/II

Engineering Professional Practice

 

High Voltage Engineering

 

Power Plant Design

 

Transmission and Distribution Design

 

Elective II

 

Elective III

 

Project (Part B)