B.E Electronics & Information Engineering

B.E Electronics & Information Engineering

Course Description

Electronic engineering is an electronics engineering discipline which utilizes non-linear and active electronics components to design electronic circuits, devices, VLSI devices, and their systems.

Electronics Communication & Information engineering covers a wide range of applications like Television, Radio, computers, telecommunication etc. which make our life easier and enjoyable. BEI program is designed to give the student an overall education as well as specialist knowledge in fields such as Internet of Things,

  • Embedded Systems and Robotics.
  • Exciting carrer opportunities
  • Innovation of new technologies
  • Emerging research field like Al, machine Leaming and robotics.
  • Oppurtunity to create significant impact on humans and society


Available Seats



4 years

Min Qualification

Intermediate Level/40% in IOE Entrance


The discipline typically also designs passive electronic components, usually based on printed circuit boards. It is the utilization of science and maths applied to practical problems in the field of communications. The students engage in research, design, development, and testing of the equipment used in various communication systems. It also deals with basic electronics, analog and digital reception of data, voice, and video. For example FM, DTH, microprocessors, satellite communications. It aims to deepen the knowledge and skills of the students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them in their professional work involving analysis system implementation, operation, production, and maintenance of various applications in the field of electronics and communications engineering.

All of the applications that make our life easier and enjoyable such as TV, radio, computers, mobile, etc are designed and developed by electronics engineers. They design and maintain satellites that bring TV, telephone, and internet service into remote and rural regions also create advanced communication facilities like video conferencing, develop programs for various control and communications systems. This course means to give the strong establishment necessary to the students to set out on a fruitful profession in Electronics Engineering.The exciting field of electronics engineering requires you to understand complex designs and build them from scratch. To excel in this discipline, you will need to be adept at problem-solving and have strong analytical skills. The ability to look at the bigger picture, an interest in design, the ability to spot errors in even the most minute details are equally vital.

This program teaches candidates how to apply electronics technology to design, test, and troubleshoot advanced devices and systems. It trains students in basic electrical theory and hands-on application, subsequently moving on to increasingly complex electrical systems, platforms, telecommunication systems, and circuit design. Graduates can direct technicians and assist engineers in designing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electronic devices and networks. Applicants must have high school diplomas or GEDs for admission.JEC Electronics Engineering students learn through a combination of design and lab work.This blend of hypothesis and practical application permits students to envision concepts and apply their ideas in an assortment of real-life circumstances. Students figure out how to diagnose and analyze issues and develop innovative solutions. Critical thinking aptitudes are sharpened, and your relational and relational abilities will likewise improve with the measure of collaboration that you will be needed to do. Students will likewise figure out how to more readily manage their time and assets and evaluate the risks involved in certain projects. Other valuable skills that you will learn include design, leadership, and organizational skills. 

Course Benefits

  • Variety of Career Opportunities and challenging work
  • Benefit Society  
  • Professional Environment

Course Structure

First Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

I/I    Engineering Mathematics I

I/I    Engineering Drawing I

I/I    Engineering Physics 

I/I    Applied Mechanics

I/I    Computer Programming 

I/I    Basic Electrical Engineering

Semester II - 18 credit hours

I/II    Engineering Chemistry
I/II    Engineering Mathematics II
I/II    Workshop Technology
I/II    Basic Electronics Engineering
I/II    Engineering Drawing II
I/II    Fundamentals of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Second Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

II/I    Object Oriented Programming
II/I    Engineering Mathematics III
II/I    Electrical Circuit Theory
II/I    Engineering Geology I
II/I    Electrical Engineering Material
II/I    Electronics Devices and Circuits
II/I    Digital Logic
II/I    Electromagnetics

Semester II - 18 credit hours

II/II    Electrical Machine
II/II    Numerical Methods
II/II    Applied Mathematics
II/II    Instrumentation I
II/II    Power System
II/II    Microprocessor
II/II    Discrete Structure

Third Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

III/I    Communication English
III/I    Probability and Statistics
III/I    Engineering Hydrology
III/I    Computer Organization and Architecture
III/I    Advanced Electronics
III/I    Foundation Engineering
III/I    Computer Graphics
III/I    Instrumentation II
III/I    Data Communication

Semester II - 18 credit hours

III/II    Object Oriented Analysis and Design

III/II    Engineering Economics

III/II    Artificial Intelligence

III/II    Operating System

III/II    Embedded System

III/II    Database Management System

III/II    Minor Project

Forth Year
Semester I - 18 credit hours

VI/I    ICT Project Management

VI/I    Organization and Management

VI/I    Engineering Environment and Society

VI/I    Distributed System

VI/I    Computer Network

VI/I    Digital Signal Analysis and Processing

VI/I    Elective I

VI/I    Project Part A

Semester II - 18 credit hours

VI/II    Engineering Professional Practice
VI/II    Information Systems
VI/II    Simulation and Modeling
VI/II    Internet and Intranet
VI/II    Elective II
VI/II    Elective III
VI/II    Project Part B

Entry Requirement


  • Students must have passes their Intermediate Level examination  
  • Students must score at least 40% in IOE Entrance Examination.

Advisory BOARD


Er. Rabindra Jha

Board Member, Nepal Telecommunications Authority


Affiliated with

Tribhuvan University.

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