Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering - Tribhuvan University


The Electronics and Communication Engineering program of Tribhuvan University is a four-year, eight semester program. Electronics and Communication Engineers are responsible to apply techniques and skills to analyze and design complex electronics and communication systems.

Electronics is at the heart of the new industrial revolution. Recent innovations in the field of electronics and communication have led to rapid growth in areas such as mobile communications, high-quality audio, digital cameras, multimedia, and Internet.


Eligibility

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

Job prospectus

Career Prospects
Electronics and Communication 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 Communication Engineers can work in any of the areas suggested for:

  • Electronics devices manufacturing industries
  • Telecommunication companies
  • Internet service providing companies
  • Hospitals and Medicine
  • Civil Aviation
  • Industries
  • Hydropower

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

Numerical Methods

Applied Mathematics

Instrumentation I

Power System

Microprocessor

Discrete Structure

III/I

Communication English

Probability and Statistics

Control System

Instrumentation II

Computer organization and Architecture

Advanced Electronics

Computer Graphics

III/II

Engineering Economics

Signal Analysis

Communication System I

Embedded Systems

Antenna & Propagation

Computer Networks

Minor Project

IV/I

Project Management

Organization and Management

Energy Environment and Society

Filter Design

Communication System II

Telecommunication

Elective I

Project (Part A)

IV/II

Engineering Professional Practice

Digital Signal Processing

Wireless Communication

RF and Microwave Engineering

Elective II

Elective III

Project (Part B)