The IOE of Pulchowk Campus has recently made an announcement for the IOE entrance exam 2080 to all the 10+2 graduates. The eligible candidates who scored at least 45 percent or a C grade or above can attend the upcoming test.
The Institute of Engineering entrance examination (IOE) is a test of aptitude administered by Tribhuvan University's Institute of Engineering (IOE) for admission to undergraduate and master's engineering programs across five component campuses and ten associated institutions.
The Tribhuvan University Institute of Engineering (IOE) in Kathmandu will shortly provide a list of IOE 2080 exam centers. Also, the IOE entrance exam is held on a nationwide scale for admission to participating colleges' BE, B.Arch., and M.Sc. programs.
Furthermore, Tribhuvan University's Institute of Engineering, Office of the Dean, announces the TU IOE entrance exam for admission to BE Civil, Electrical, Electronics and Communication, Mechanical, Computer, Agricultural, Industrial, Geomatics and Architecture, and Chemical Engineering.
The IOE Entrance Exam is two hours long and is administered online using a computer answer sheet.
The question paper has a total of 140 questions, 50 in Mathematics, 20 in English, 30 in Chemistry, and 40 in Physics. All of the inquiries are objective (multiple choice), and each one carries one mark. There is also negative grading.
Exams like the IOE entry need devotion, determination, and planning. Students must consequently devise a study strategy to pass the IOE test 2080. To cover the extensive subject of the IOE entrance exam, a comprehensive study strategy is required.
It is advised to plan your IOE Entrance preparation and study according to the time allotted to finish the course. Students will be able to prepare efficiently for the IOE entrance exam 2080 by selecting the correct literature, analyzing the previous year's question papers, and answering sample test papers.
Revision is equally as vital as studying a subject.
The IOE entrance test will be placed in the ICTC facility in Kathmandu's Pulchowk district. The IOE component campuses and linked colleges are listed below. Students should be aware that the examination centers and hall tickets assigned to candidates have not changed.
Candidates are recommended to report one hour before the start of the exam, along with their IOE entrance admit card and any identity evidence given by the appropriate authority.