1)Missed the first entrance examinations due to examinations at IOE, SOE PU?
2)Was trying somewhere else?
3)Was preparing for a different course or hadn’t planned what appropriate to study?
4)Could not decide what course to join?
5)Didn’t have an idea, proper knowledge, or a guide to your career?
6)Was learning IELTS courses to apply to foreign countries?
If these questions are true to you or had these kinds of thoughts, I can understand your position and I will try my best to provide proper guidance to you with the help of the above-mentioned questions. We will be discussing things in some steps so that it will be easier to understand what we will do next.
Now you have finally decided to study in Nepal only and you are sure you want to study the engineering courses only. You will study engineering courses and anyhow you will work hard. Okay, let’s get into the topic we were discussing.
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Haven’t Joined Any Colleges Yet?
You know entrance in IOE for this year is closed and you can apply for it after a complete year. Thinking about working hard and applying next year at IOE might be the first option in your head. It’s your choice and totally depends on you and your hard work towards it. In this case, I cannot discuss anything less or more. You have already thought of taking leave and trying next year (simply called a gap or gapping a year ) will be your and your family’s decision. But, if you wish to pay the full fee and study, you have an option in affiliated colleges if the seats are not fulfilled.
What you may ask two questions?
You may ask me two different questions, Why would I join this year and waste my money? Next year I will be studying without paying any fee in IOE. And another question is How would I join engineering this year? Is the entrance to Kathmandu University (KU), Institute of Engineering (IOE) under Tribhuvan University, School of Engineering under Pokhara University (PU), is closed? My wish to study engineering is limited here.
Total Engineering Colleges for Engineering in Nepal
There is a total of 5 universities in Nepal and they all have an engineering degree program. Some universities have affiliated colleges with them which provide engineering program and enrollment in engineering courses. From them, KU, IOE, PU have already closed the entrance till today.
Admission in affiliated colleges and universities
Hey, don’t be worried. You still have a chance to study engineering and fulfill your dream. For this, you have to do the first step is to see the college’s websites affiliated with Pokhara University and Purwanchal University if you wish to study inside Kathmandu valley. And you may also apply to the Farwestern University.