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

Course Description

Higher secondary education graduation opens the door to a range of employment possibilities. Among these, science students focus more on studying engineering and medicine. 

The most sought-after degrees in Nepal and worldwide are the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and the Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch). Numerous Colleges in Nepal offer Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) programs. 

Thousands of Nepali students who have finished their 10+2 or an equivalent examination participate in the entrance exam for BE/BArch each year.

Passing the exam may not ensure admission to Nepal's top engineering universities or colleges because engineering entrance exams are so competitive.

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

A transitional course or bridge course between the NEB exam and the entrance exam for the BE entrance preparation (B.E./B.Arch.) program by Learnsic and Sikaune can help you improve your entrance exam score, enabling you to enroll in prestigious and Top universities in Nepal.

The BE/BArch Entrance preparation program in Learnsic aims to help thousands of entrance applicants from all over Nepal to get admitted to Top Engineering Colleges in Nepal and abroad. It currently has a highly qualified teaching staff with several years of classroom experience. We are constantly improving our teaching strategies and resources to maintain our competitive edge in the modern market.

Numerous colleges in Nepal offer the four-year, eight-semester Bachelor of Engineering program. A total of 50+ associated colleges are currently offering Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degrees through Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu University, Purbanchal University, Pokhara University, Mid-Western University, and Far-Western University.

Whereas, A five-year program called the Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) aims to give students systematic knowledge and abilities in the planning, designing, and conserving structures and other physical artifacts. This curriculum is offered by 10 components and connected campuses/colleges of Pokhara University, Kathmandu University, and Tribhuvan University.

Here at Learnsic, Highly experienced teachers and IOE graduates develop our teaching methodology, combining traditional question practice with a novel approach to solving them,  ensuring every student enrolled here gets top-class coaching to stand out in the crowd of thousands of students who give BE/BArch entrance exam. 

Our teaching facility is equipped with modern intelligent boards, from which we will film and stream our classes via our website.

We understand that the IOE Pulchowk campus is a top priority for students. As a result, the course has been created accordingly.

Additionally, instructors and top scorers from IOE Pulchowk will teach a lesson on our platform, where they will share test tips, methods, and topics. Tricks have their limitations even though they are handy and valuable tools.

There are many different questions because IOE now administers its entrance exam online. As a result, we will show in this platform that conceptual comprehension is the only way forward. We take several approaches to both teaching and learning. Check our preview course to see how our approach to education varies.

The BE/BArch entrance exams are often held in August or September. The B.E./B.Arch. Entrance Exams typically include questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English, as well as other topics. Some universities also ask applicants about their aptitude for engineering.

Course Duration: 8-10 weeks

Shift: Online

Mock Test: Available

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
Electricity and Magnetic Field
  • Introduction to magnetic effect of current( biot-savart law)Preview0:20:21
  • Application of biot savart law.(circle,arc,st.line)Preview0:47:20
  • Application of biotsavart law(axis of circle)0:24:42
  • Application of biot savart law( helmholtz coil, solenoid)0:49:32
  • mcq numericals ( biot savart law)Preview0:23:10
  • Lorentz force explained0:44:29
  • Trajectory of charged particles in magnetic field0:28:10
  • Figured numerical: magnetic effect of current0:21:11
  • Numerical : Force on current carrying wire0:53:27
  • Faraday's law of induction0:12:58
  • Motional emf0:38:06
  • Inductors explained0:32:51
  • Ac explained0:28:14
  • Ac continued0:39:47
  • LCR circuit explained0:33:21
  • Electric chargePreview0:24:22
  • Gold least Electroscope & Electrostaire inducationPreview0:20:57
  • Motion of Electron in electric & magnetic Field0:37:27
  • Faraday's ICE pail experiment & Coulombs law0:27:11
  • Coulombs law NumericalPreview0:20:59
  • Coulombs Law Contd.0:53:33
  • Electric Field0:27:38
  • Electric Field Numerical0:24:40
  • Gauss Law Application0:39:38
  • Electric Field nums contd.0:32:19
  • Gauss Law Application Numerical0:34:55
  • Capacitors0:42:10
  • Capacitors contd.0:23:53
  • Capacitors Numerical0:39:44
  • Dielectric Layers in Capacitors0:40:03
  • Ohms Law0:39:09
  • Ohms Law contd.0:33:52
  • EMF and Terminal Voltage0:45:57
  • Kirchhoff's Law0:52:36
  • Heating Effect of Current0:41:07
  • Thermoelectricity0:40:13
  • Chemical Effect of Electricity0:39:24
  • Potentiometer0:27:44
  • Wheatstone Bridge0:35:15
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
  • Integration( intro and types of mcqs explained)Preview0:24:24
  • Integration - (Type i ,ii,iii mcqs)Preview0:31:28
  • More on type i, ii, iii and type iv3Preview0:24:25
  • Type v vi vii0:47:51
  • Definite integral0:42:22
  • Definite integral property vi and other miscellaneous problem0:40:44
  • Miscellaneous (advanced)0:48:47
  • Miscellaneous and tricks for integration by parts0:29:14
  • Miscellaneous and tricks for integration by parts0:29:14
  • 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
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