IOE Msc Syllabus For Applied Science (AS)

Curriculum / Syllabus / Prescribed Courses for Masters level Entrance exam for Institute of Engineering (IOE) Pulchowk Campus, Tribhuvan University (TU), Nepal. Entrance Examination for Applied Science (AS) will be of a single paper of 2 hours duration consisting of two sections:

  • Section- A: It common to all streams, consisting of 45 questions of 50 marks.
  • Section-B: This section consists of stream specialized course with 50 nos. of questions of 1 mark each. Each question will be of objective type with multiple choice answers.

The Section-A syllabus which common for all streams for Masters level Entrance Exam in Institute of Engineering (IOE) Pulchowk Campus can be accessed from IOE M.Sc Entrance Syllabus page.


Applied Science (AS) [50 ×1]

  1. Waves and Oscillation:[5]

Mechanical and Electromagnetic, Free, Damped and Forced oscillation, Wave motion, Energy, power and intensity of plane progressive wave, Acoustic phenomena, Ultrasonics

  1. Electricity and Magnetism:[5]

Electric and magnetic fields, potentials, DC and AC circuits, Maxwell’s equations

  1. Heat and Thermodynamics:[4]

Fundamentals of heat, calorimetry, Thermodynamics; First and Second laws and their applications, Entropy, Transfer of heat; conduction, convection, radiation

  1. Optics: [4]

Interference, diffraction, polarization, optical fibers

  1. Modern Physics: [7]

Photoelectric effect, Quantization of energy, Lasers, Fission, Fusion

Energy and Environment: Renewable and Non Renewable Energy Resources, Ultraviolet radiation, greenhouse effect, climate change

  1. Water: [3]

Soft and hard, degree of hardness, alkalinity, specification for industrial and domestic purposes, boiler feed water, sludge and scales, water treatment

  1. Pollution: [4]

Water pollution: Surface and ground water, water pollutants- visible, invisible: chemical and microbiological, their adverse effect and remedies, Air Pollution; Air pollutants, SOx, NOx, COx, O3, hydrocarbons, particulates- dust, smoke and fly ash

8.Electrochemistry: [3]

Electrode potential and its measurement, standard electrode potential, electrochemical cells, electrolytic cells, Ners’t equation, EMF of cells, buffer, pH, corrosion, electrochemical series

9.Catalysts: [1]

Action of catalysts, characteristics and mechanism of catalysis,

10.Transition metals: [2]

Electronic configuration, properties and their applications

11.Polymers: [2]

Organic and Inorganic polymers, bio-degradable and non bio-degradable, inducting polymers

12.Fuel and combustion: [2]

Classification, calorific values, coal, petroleum, kerosene, gasoline, biogas

13.Explosives: [2]

Classification, preparation and application

14.Instrumental technique in chemical analysis: [2]

Visible and ultraviolet spectroscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS)

15.Isomerism: [1]

Stereoisomerism-geometrical, optical

16.Chemistry in daily life: [3]

Carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, nucleic acids, drugs and their classification- antacids, antihistamines, neurologically active drugs- tranquilizers, analgesics, antimicrobials- antibiotics, antiseptics and disinfectants, soaps and detergents


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