MSc Entrance Syllabus TU Institute of Engineering (IOE)

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February 09, 2023

Tribhuvan University, Institute of Engineering (IOE) conducts Computer Based Entrance Examination. 

Types of questions: Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)

Duration: 2 hours 

Questions are asked from two different sections.

  1. Section- A consists of 45 questions for 50 marks.
  2. Section-B consists of stream specialized course with 50 numbers of questions of 1 mark each.

The applicant should appear in one of the streams of entrance examinations and qualify for admission to the relevant Master Program at IOE. 

S.No.

Entrance Stream and Code 

1.

Planning and Architecture (PA)

2.

Civil and Agriculture Engineering (CA)

3.

Electrical Engineering (EE)

4.

Electronics and Computer Engineering (EC)

5.

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MI)

6. Applied Science (AS)
7. Geomatics Engineering (GE)
8. Applied Mathematics (AM)

Note: 

The Candidates have to secure minimum marks as prescribed by the Faculty Board of IOE. All questions will be in English.  There will be 10% negative marking for wrong answer. Non programmable calculators are permitted. Exchange of calculators is strictly prohibited. Candidates have to bring their own calculators in the exam hall. 

SECTION-A

The depth of subject matter in this section shall be similar to Bachelor Level.

Communication English    [10]


Critical Reasoning    [6]

Critical reasoning section aims to test the candidate's comprehension of the interpretative abilities in English as a language of business and communication. Critical reasoning questions measure your ability to read with understanding, insight and discrimination. These questions explore your ability to analyze a written passage from several perspectives, including your ability to recognize explicitly stated elements as well as underlying statements and their implications. This section measures reading comprehension and critical reasoning skills in multiple-choice format.

The critical reasoning section measures your ability to

  1. Analyze and evaluate a written text and synthesize information obtained from it.
  2. Analyze relationships among component parts of sentences.
  • Text Completion/Sentence equivalence:           [2x1=2]
  • Reading Passages:                                              [2x2=4]

Error Analysis    [2x1=2]

This section measures your ability to

  • Write sentences without any error
  • Write proposals, reports, seminars, research article, dissertations, etc. by using most suitable words and technical terms efficiently.

Analogies    [2x1=2]

This section measures your ability to explain the relation between two words.

Mathematics    [40x1]

The format of the multiple-choice questions varies. The solution may require simple computations, manipulations or multi-step problem-solving. These sections aim to test the candidate's understanding of

Mathematics – A (B-Arch)

1.    Basic Mathematics    [4]
•    Sets and Functions,
•    Two dimensional and three-dimensional Coordinate Geometry,
 2.    Algebra    [10]
•    Polynomials
•    Complex numbers
•    Sequence and series
•    Permutation and combination
•    Equations and inequalities
•    Matrices and Determinants
•    Linear Programming
3.    Vector Analysis    [6]
•    Vector Algebra: Vectors and Scalars, product of two, three and four vectors, reciprocal system
•    Vector Calculus: Gradient, Curl and Divergence

4.    Calculus    [13]
•    Limits and Continuity, Ordinary and Partial Differentiation
•    Indefinite and definite Integration
•    Application of Derivatives and Anti-derivatives
•    Ordinary Differential Equations.

5.    Elementary Statistics and Probability    [3]
6.    Elementary Trigonometry, Logarithm    [4]

Mathematics – B (For all except B-arch)

1.    Basic Mathematics    [3]
•    Sets and Functions,
•    Two dimensional and three-dimensional Coordinate Geometry,
2.    Algebra    [8]
•    Polynomials
•    Complex numbers
•    Sequence and series
•    Permutation and combination
•    Equations and inequalities
•    Matrices and Determinants
•    Eigen values and Eigen vectors, Diagonalization of matrix
•    Linear Programming
3.    Vector Analysis    [6]
•    Vector Algebra: Vectors and Scalars, product of two, three and four vectors, reciprocal system
•    Vector Calculus: Gradient, Curl and Divergence, line integral, surface integral and volume integral.
4.    Calculus    [12]
•    Limits and Continuity, Ordinary and Partial Differentiation 
•    Indefinite and definite Integration
•    Application of Derivatives and Anti-derivatives
•    Ordinary Differential Equations.
5.    Elementary Statistics and Probability    [3]
6.    Elementary Trigonometry, Logarithm    [4]
7.    Transforms: Laplace transform, Fourier series    [4]

SECTION-B

The depth of subject matter in each subject of stream specialized course shall be that of B.E./B.Arch. level relevant courses offered by T.U.

  1. Applied Science (AS)

  2. Architecture and Planning (AP)

  3. Civil & Agricultural Engineering (CA)

  4. Electrical Engineering (EE)

  5. Electronics and Computer Engineering (EC)

  6. Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MI)

  7. MSc in Geospatial Engineering (GE)

  8. M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics (AM)

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