Pulchowk Campus

Pulchowk Campus of IOE is the topmost and  history of engineering education in Nepal. There are three other constituent  campuses and ten affiliated engineering colleges of TU. However, Pulchowk  campus has unique and globally recognized image in the engineering field. Pulchowk  campus is not only offering B.E. programs but also conducting M.Sc. in engineering  on various disciplines as well as Ph.D. programs also. Every year IOE conducts  an entrance examination for Bachelor of Engineering B.E. and M.Sc. programs.  Eligible students from all over the world, aspiring to study engineering appear  for this exam and only the students in merit basis get the chance to study in  Pulchowk Campus.
Over the past few years the toughest competition in  entrance exam is among the students to get enroll into Pulchowk Campus.  Students studying in the Pulchowk Campus are considered to be very competitive.  Engineers, who have studied there, are performing well in their respective  areas as well as their performance in further study is also outstanding.

Pulchowk campus has well organized structure. It has assigned each programs to respective departments, which are self regulating as well. Departments are:

  1. Department       of Architecture and Urban Planning
  2. Department       of Civil Engineering
  3. Department       of Electrical Engineering
  4. Department       of Electronics and Computer Engineering
  5. Department       of Mechanical Engineering
  6. Department       of Science and Humanities

The current intakes of students in Pulchowk campus in B.E. program are as follows:

Category
Civil
Mechanical
Computer
Electronics and Communication
Electrical
Architecture
Regular
108
24
24
24
24
24
Full fee
84
24
24
24
24
24
Total
192
48
48
48
48
48

Total  intake in Bachelor level is 228 (Regular)+ 204(Full fee) = 432 students per year.

Pulchowk campus has masters programs in:

Urban Planning, Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Water   Resources Engineering, Renewable Energy Engineering, Information and   Communication Engineering, Power System Engineering, Geotechnical   Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Sustainable Water Sanitation Health   & Development, Technology Innovation and Management, Disaster Risk   Management, Climate Change (Proposed), Hydropower Engineering(   Proposed).