Engineering Entrance Preparation (B.E./B.Arch.)

Course Description

Bachelor of Engineering B.E. is a four-year-long course that comprises eight semesters. A B.E. course mainly focuses on theoretical knowledge and also the engineering aspect of science.

Bachelor in Architecture (BArch) is a five-year undergraduate, full-time curriculum that aims to teach students the skill of organizing, creating, and building different kinds of physical structures using a combination of theoretical and practical knowledge.

Only passing the entrance exam may ensure admission to Nepal's top engineering universities or colleges if engineering entrance exams are very competitive.

The competition for a position in the institution of a student’s choice will be intense due to the limited enrollment spaces and the high number of candidates. 

You have come to the right place if you are in higher secondary school or have previously taken your grade twelve final exam and want to pursue a career in engineering.

A digitally based course called Engineering Entrance Exam Preparatory Course at Learnsic is available for individuals who want to pursue a career in B.E./B. Arch. Learnsic is the most engaging and user-friendly eLearning platform. 

The Program was designed to help students prepare for the T.U. and K.U. Entrance exam. This course also benefits students preparing for entrance exams at other universities in Nepal. 

An entrace preparatory course between the NEB exam and the entrance exam for the B.E./ BArch program by Learnsic and Sikaune can help the student improve their entrance exam score, enabling them to enroll in prestigious and Top universities in Nepal. Every student here receives top-notch coaching to stand out in the crowd of thousands of students who take the B.E./BArch entrance exam. 

With the help of the course's standardized materials and regulated teaching methodology, you will be able to prepare for the engineering admission exams in Nepal on your terms, at your own pace, and in your unique style. 

Additionally, experienced instructors and IOE Toppers will conduct a class on our platform where they will teach test-taking strategies, subjects, and recommendations. Tricks are helpful and valuable instruments, but they have their limitations.

The course includes video tutorials from experienced professors, enough chapter-by-chapter multiple choice questions (MCQs) for each subject, helpful entrance exam notes, mock tests, and many more study materials. 

Learnsic will support the students' exam preparation while providing a complete institutional e-learning environment. Students can interact with the subject matter expert when they have questions or concerns about the lectures and materials. Additionally, there will be group discussions on the subjects.

Learnsic’s mentors know that students need comprehensive and individualized academic coaching to prepare for the challenging admission tests. Our goal is to prepare you for a significant jump forward, not only to impart coaching through digital resources. 

As a result, we have created integrated, comprehensive, and well-designated courses that give students a firm sense of confidence and help them build skills based on a solid theoretical and practical knowledge base.

IOE now administers its entrance exam online. Here at Learnsic, we will show that conceptual comprehension is the only way forward to pass the entrance exam and make it to IOE.. We take several approaches to both teaching and learning. Check our preview course to see how our approach to education varies.

The B.E./BArch entrance exams are often held after the publication of class 12 results, generally in August or September. The B.E./B.Arch. Entrance Exams include questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English. Some universities also take an aptitude tests for the engineering entrance exams.

Test: Once a week

Course Requirement
  • The Course requirements differ between universities, but typically students are eligible for the entrance exam if they received at least 45%, or a "C" mark, in each subject of their 10+2 exam (with math on one or both papers) or 45% in their diploma in engineering, or a comparable program.
  • Willingness to learn
Learning Outcome

Make it possible to obtain a position at the Top engineering colleges in Nepal and aid in receiving a scholarship.

Periodically, tests for daily and weekly models are held.

Career counseling for the various engineering faculties

Courses will also make it simpler to study for engineering bachelor's courses.

The program is designed to meet the requirements of the following entrance exams:

  • IOE (Pulchowk Campus) TU.
  • Indian Embassy.
  • Kathmandu University.
  • Pokhara/Purbanchal Universities and other engineering colleges of Nepal and abroad.
Course Content
  • Dimensional Analysis-IPreview0:29:02
  • Dimensional Analysis-II0:17:15
  • Projectile MotionPreview0:36:04
  • Vector & Scalar Theory0:23:46
  • Vector & Scalar Numbericals0:39:28
  • Laws of motion Theory0:25:35
  • Laws of motion Numberical0:21:59
  • Elesticity Theory0:30:12
  • Elasticity Numbricals-I0:25:08
  • Elasticity Numbricals-II0:22:23
  • Friction Theory0:21:05
  • Friction Numberical0:21:05
  • Gravity Theory -II0:37:24
  • Gravity Theory -I0:26:41
  • Gravity Numbericals -I0:25:30
  • Gravity Numbericals -II0:15:26
  • SHM Theory-I0:23:05
  • SHM Theory-II0:28:15
  • SHM Numbericals0:29:11
  • Rotational Dynamics Theory0:25:40
  • Rotational Dynamics Theory - II0:24:34
  • Rotational Dynamics Numbericals - I0:32:35
  • Rotational Dynamics Numbericals - II0:25:42
  • Work Energy & Power- I0:26:37
  • Work Energy & Power- II0:21:45
  • Hydrostatics Theory-I0:23:29
  • Hydrostatics Theory-II0:18:59
  • Hydrostatics Numbericals-I0:27:35
Language of Chemistry & Physical Chemistry
  • Basic Concept of ChemistryPreview0:28:04
  • Valency & Radicals0:26:54
  • Empirical formula & Avogadro hypothesis0:33:05
  • Law of stoichiometry & Mics Question0:42:07
  • Equivalent Weight0:41:30
  • Limit Theory0:23:13
  • Limit: Type 1 and 2 tricks discussion0:25:46
  • Limit: Miscellaneous problems discussion ( without Tricks)0:28:39
  • Continuity Theory0:49:56
  • Continuity Problem0:31:04
  • Basic Derivative Theory - I0:40:17
  • Derivative concept - II0:27:45
  • Derivatives tricks discussion0:40:25
  • Derivative Type_VI0:18:48
  • Derivative Extra Question0:26:36
  • Miscellaneous problems on Derivatives0:40:26
  • Tangent and Normal Theory0:19:35
  • Tangent and normal problems with tricks0:35:48
  • Rate measure0:20:05
  • Maxima and Minima - I0:41:54
  • Maxima and minima concept - II0:29:26
  • Application of Derivative Miscellaneous problem - I0:32:47
  • Maxima and minima miscallenous problem - II0:35:43
  • Maxima and minima problems discussion with tricks0:52:13
  • Integration : Introduction and Types of MCQsPreview0:24:24
  • Integration - (Type I, II and III)Preview0:31:28
  • Integration: Type I, II, III and IVPreview0:24:25
  • Integration: Type V, VI, VII0:47:51
  • Definite integral0:42:22
  • Definite Integral property VI and other Miscellaneous Problem0:40:44
  • Miscellaneous and tricks for integration by parts0:29:14
  • Miscellaneous Problems Continued0:23:21
  • Miscellaneous (advanced)0:48:47
  • Application of integration0:47:19
  • Application of integration continued0:22:46
  • Problems on application of integration0:27:27
  • Problems on application of integration0:35:32
General/Technical English
  • Parts Of speech (Introduction)0:19:02
  • Parts of speech (Noun and Pronoun)0:32:57
  • Parts of Speech (Verbs and Adjectives)0:37:03
  • Parts of Speech (Adverbs and Preposition)0:29:28
  • Parts of Speech (Conjunctions)0:25:45
  • Parts of Speech (Adjective vs Determiners)0:19:00
  • Basic grammatical Structure0:19:16
  • Basic grammatical Structure_error0:28:13
  • Types Of Tens0:25:55
  • Types Of Tens0:33:00
  • Transfer of sentences0:31:03
  • Transfer of sentences0:24:54
  • Subject Verb0:34:35
  • Subject Verb0:28:52
  • Tense and aspect0:24:28
  • Tense and aspect cont.0:29:10
  • Tense and aspect cont. 20:24:18
  • Speech0:26:04
  • Speech Cont.0:23:51
  • Basic Rules of puachutation0:45:03
  • Syllable0:25:14
  • Syllable0:35:24
  • Comprehension0:36:45
  • Comprehension - ii0:28:17
  • Idiomatic Expressions0:13:20
  • Phonemes and Phonetic Transcription0:40:22
  • Vocabulary0:30:11
  • The use of prepositions0:54:12
  • Causative Verbs0:23:17
  • Conditional Sentences0:27:57
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  • Duration: 8 days, 4:50:59
  • Category: Entrance preparation
  • Lectures: 366
  • Enrolled: 14
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