Quota and Reserved seats at IoE Constituent Engineering Colleges

IOE provides some scholarship and quotas for certain students. The 4 constituent engineering campuses has quota for female, teacher & staffs, government staffs and for deprived classes. Also, private affiliated engineering colleges provide IOE scholarship to 10% of the total seats and those who get this scholarship pays same fee structure as the regular fee for IOE Constituent Campuses. Also, semester scholarship is provided to deserving students.

Read: Fee Structure for Engineering Colleges in Nepal

  1. Female Quota: Among regular and full-fee scheme, 10% seats are reserved for female students. If the criteria of 10% is not met in admission list, female candidates will be selected from the female applicants list who has fulfilled the minimum criteria. The number of quota seats in different engineering campuses: Pulchowk Campus, Western Region Campus, Eastern Region Campus and Thapathali Campus are as follows:Scholarship quota for female applicants in IOE constituent campuses
  2. Teacher / Staff Quota: Two seats are reserved for the son/daughter of teacher or staff of the BE / B.Arch of IOE Constituent Campuses.
  3. Government staff Quota: Seats are reserved for the son / daughter of the staff of Government offices as sponsored by the concerned office. This quota is valid only for full-fee scheme and 1/12 of the total admission seat is reserved and the associated office should recommend the applicant.
  4. 1/12 of total seats in IOE affiliated colleges for deprived castes, indigenous community and other economically and socially deprived students are reserved. But this scheme is valid only if government organization is willing to pay the fee of the recommended students. To be eligible for this scheme, one should have passed SLC from government/community school.


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