The Electronics and Information Engineering program of Tribhuvan University is a four-year, eight semester program. Electronics and Information Engineers are responsible to apply techniques and skills to analyze and design complex electronics and information systems.
Electronics is at the heart of the new industrial revolution. Recent innovations in the field of electronics and information have led to rapid growth in areas such as mobile communications, high-quality audio, digital cameras, multimedia, and Internet.
In case of Letter Grading System, students should have secured minimum "C" Grade in all subjects in Grade 11 and 12.
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.
Electronics and Information Engineers make technical contributions to design, development, and manufacturing or assembly of electronics and communication devices. Qualified engineers have further opportunities in the universities and research centers or option for higher education. Electronics and Information Engineers can work in any of the areas suggested for:
Engineering Mathematics I
Engineering Drawing I
Basic Electrical Engineering
Engineering Mathematics II
Engineering Drawing II
Basic Electronics Engineering
Fundamental of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Engineering Mathematics III
Object Oriented Programming
Electric Circuit Theory
Electrical Engineering Material
Electronics Devices and Circuit
Probability and Statistics
Computer organization and Architecture
Communication System I
Antenna & Propagation
Organization and Management
Energy Environment and Society
Communication System II
Project (Part A)
Engineering Professional Practice
Digital Signal Processing
RF and Microwave Engineering
Project (Part B)