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UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING

&
TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE, PAKISTAN

Chancellor
LT. GEN (R) KHALID MAQBOOL
HI(M), HJ
Governor of Punjab

Pro Chancellor
MR. IMRAN MASOOD
Education Minister, Punjab

Vice Chancellor
LT. GEN (R) MUHAMMAD AKRAM KHAN
HI(M), SI, SI(M), Tbt

Registrar
M. ASHRAF BAJWA

Controller Of Examination
PROF. DR. WARIS ALI

Treasurer
MR. TARIQ HUSSAIN
DEANS OF FACULTIES

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


PROF. DR. NOOR MUHAMMAD SHEIKH

FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


PROF. DR. ARHSAD HUSSAIN QURESHI

FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


PROF. DR. WARIS ALI

FACULTY OF CHEMICAL, MINERAL & METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING


PROF. DR. FAIZ UL HASSAN

FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING


PROF. DR. SHABIH UL HASSAN ZAIDI

FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES, HUMANITIES & ISLAMIC STUDIES


PROF. DR. NAWAZISH ALI SHAH

CHAIRMEN OF TEACHING DEPARTMENTS


Deptt of Electrical Engineering Deptt of Mining Egineering
PROF. DR. M. SALEEM MIAN PROF. DR. MUHAMMAD AKRAM

Deptt of Computer Sc & Engineering Deptt of Geological Engineering


PROF. DR. M ALI MAUD PROF. DR. TAHIR ALI GILLANI

Deptt of Mechanical Engineering Deptt of Petroleum & Gas Engineering


PROF. DR. M. RIAZ MIRZA PROF. AHMAD SAEED KHAN

Deptt of Industrial & Manuf Engg Deptt of Metallurgical & Materials Engg
PROF. JAVED LATRIF PIRACHA PROF. S. QASIM HASAN ZAIDI

Deptt of Mechatronics & Control Engg Department of Architecture


PROF. DR. SALEEM A. TABASSUM PROF. DR. ABDUL REHMAN

Deprtament of Civil Engineering Deptt of City & Regional Planning


PROF. DR. MUHAMMAD ASHRAF PROF. QAMAR-UL-ISLAM

Inst. of Environ. Engg & Research Department of Physics


PROF. ABDUL JABBAR BARI PROF. DR. M. KHALEEQ-UR-RAHMAN

Deptt of Architectural Engg & Design Department of Chemistry


PROF. DR. M. AKRAM TAHIR PROF. DR. INAM UL HAQUE

Deptt of Trans. Engg & Management Department of Mathematics


PROF. DR. TANVEER A. QAYYUM PROF. DR. MUHAMMAD OZAIR
AHMAD
Depratment of Chemical Engineering Deptt of Humanities & Social Sciences
PROF. DR. A. RASHID SALEEMI SYED MASOOD HAIDER ZAIDI

Deptt of Polymer & Process Engg Department of Islamic Studies


PROF. DR. FAIZ UL HASSAN PROF. DR. HAFIZ M. ISRAIEL FAROOQI

HEADS OF NON TEACHING DEPARTMENTS


Director Research, Extension & Chairman Placement Bureau / Tutorial
Advisory Services Services
PROF. DR. K. E. DURRANI PROF. DR. SYED TAHIR ALI GILLANI

Director Studies Director Repair and Maintenance Centre


PROF. DR. GHULAM ABBAS ANJUM PROF. DR. NADEEM AHMAD MUFTI

Director External Linkages Chairman Sports Committee


PROF. DR. NOOR M. SHEIKH PROF. AHMAD SAEED KHAN

Convener Admission Committee / Chairman Transport Committee


Incharge Students Section PROF. DR. M. RIAZ MIRZA
PROF. DR. M. AKRAM TAHIR

Focal Person Higher Education Chairman Library Committee


Commission PROF. DR. SIDDIQ-E-AKBAR
PROF. DR. M. KHALEEQ-UR-RAHMAN

Director Students Affairs Chairman Health Committee


PROF. ABDUL JABBAR BARI PROF. DR. JAVED IQBAL

Chairman Proctorial Board Project Director


PROF. DR. M. YOUSAF AWAN ENGR. MIAN SHAHID LATIF

Senior Warden Resident Officer


PROF. DR. M. FIAZ HUSSAIN SHAH MR. M. ARIF KHAN

Director Plaining and Design Public Relations Officer


PROF. DR. SYED ALI RIZWAN PROF. DR. SHABIH UL HASSAN
ZAIDI
THE UNIVERSITY
Though this institution received its charter as a University Engineering, Petroleum & Gas Engineering, Metallurgical
in the year 1961, it has a much longer history as a Engineering, Architecture and City & Regional Planning.
distinguished seat of learning in the engineering sciences.
Later, the University concentrated its energies and
It started its career in 1921 as the Mughalpura Technical
resources on developing its postgraduate programmes.
College, deriving its name from the famous suburb of the
By 1970's it had established over a score of Master's
old city of Lahore, richly dotted with architectural heritage
Degree Courses in diverse specializations of engineering,
of the great Mughals including the magnificent Shalimar
architecture, planning and allied disciplines. Ph.D. Degree
Gardens. Its more familiar name of the pre-University era,
Programme was also instituted in a number of disciplines.
the Maclagan Engineering College, was given to it in
The process of consolidating and strengthening continued
1923 when Sir Edwards Maclagan, the then Governor of
to be a major concern of the University, with phenomenal
the Punjab, laid the foundation stone of the building, now
increase in students enrollment in seventies.
called the Main Block, which still retains its majesty in
Consequently the University College of Engineering,
spite of the wear and tear of over eight decades. At that
Taxila was established in 1975. For three years it
stage the institution offered courses of study in two
functioned at Sahiwal and was shifted to its campus at
disciplines, namely Electrical and Mechanical
Taxila in 1978. This college has now been upgraded to
Engineering.
University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila.
The year 1932 is a major milestone in the evolution of this
Establishing traditions of research in the engineering and
institution when it was affiliated with the University of the
allied disciplines has been a major goal of the University.
Punjab for award of a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering.
With this end in view, the University established a
At the dawn of Independence in 1947, it had well-
Directorate of Research, Extension and Advisory
established B.Sc. Degree courses in civil, electrical and
Services which strives for the promotion and organization
mechanical engineering, and the quality of its scholastic
of research activities.
standards won it a place of prestige throughout the British
India. In the recent past there has been a substantial rise in
In 1954 it started a Bachelor's Degree course in Mining students enrollment and the figure has now gone up to
Engineering, the first-ever of its kind in the country. But its about 6000. Over 1600 students are pursuing
massive expansion and development commenced in postgraduate studies. The number of female students
1961 on its transformation into a University. It set for itself enrolling for different disciplines is ever on the increase,
a variety of goals, but the first priority was to start and is 810 at present. The number of foreign students
teaching of those disciplines which were crucial for coming from countries, like Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Kenya,
national development but were not catered for by any Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka is
institution in the country. Accordingly, in the sixties, over 250 which gives the University Campus a
Bachelor's degree courses were started in Chemical cosmopolitan character.

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The teaching departments of the University are grouped UET is also in the process of setting up a campus at Kalla
into the following six faculties:- Shah Kaku where classes are expected to start in
October 2007.
• Faculty of Electrical Engineering
• Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Rachna College of Engineering & Technology,
• Faculty of Civil Engineering Gujranwala is a constituted college. In addition to
• Faculty of Architecture & Planning managing its own campus, the University controls the
academic programmes and examinations of the following
• Faculty of Chemical, Mineral & Metallurgical institutions which are affiliated to it for award of degrees.
Engineering
• Faculty of Natural Sciences, Humanities and Islamic
Studies

Sr # Name of Institution Courses Offered


1 NFC Institute of Engg. and Fertilizer Research, Faisalabad i) B.Sc. Electrical Engg.
ii) B.Sc. Chemical Engg.
iii) B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Science
iv) B.Sc. Mechanical Engg.
v) M. Sc Chemical Engg.
2 Garrison Science Degree College for Boys, Lahore Cantt. B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Science
3 Garrison Science Degree College for Girls, Lahore, Cantt. B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Science
4 Himayat-e-islam khwateen Degree College, Lahore. B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Science
5 Government College of Tech., Lahore. B.Tech. (Pass/Hons)
6 Government College of Tech., Faisalabad. B.Tech. (Pass/Hons)
7 Government College of Tech., Bahawalpur. B.Tech. (Pass/Hons)
8 Government College of Tech., Rasul. B.Tech. (Pass/Hons)

The University has about 350 teachers of which 92 are


Ph.D. degree holders, 62 are doing Ph.D. abroad and 45
are going through indigenous Ph.D. programme.
The university has recently set up a Campus at
Faisalabad in a rented premises while requisite
infrastructure at the actual Campus site is coming up.

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 1924 as part of the then Maclagan Engineering College.
Currently it has an enrollment of about 1100 students pursuing undergraduate studies. The department started a
postgraduate programme in 1966 and offered courses for the degrees leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Electrical
Engineering. The first Master's Degree was awarded in 1969 and the first Doctoral Degree was awarded in 1979.
The Department offers the following Post Graduate Degrees.

1. M.Sc. Power Engineering


2. M.Sc. Control Systems Engineering
3. M.Sc. Electronic & Communication Engineering
4. Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
The Master's Degree courses are aimed at bringing the students abreast with the most recent developments in their
fields of specialization. These courses are offered for both part-time and full-time students. At present more than 90
percent students are enrolled in the part-time M.Sc. programme. Most of these students are `working with major
engineering organizations of the country. The Ph.D. programme is, however, offered as full-time studies to external
students and as part-time studies to the teachers of the Department.
The Department has a faculty of 43 teachers out of whom 15 are Ph.D and 22 have the master's degree. Faculty
members with higher qualifications are engaged in M.Sc./Ph.D. teaching and research supervision.
Research work being carried out at the Department has direct bearing on the needs of national industry. This research is
particularly funded by the Directorate of Research Extension and Advisory Services of the University. A number of
research papers are produced every year by faculty members and postgraduate students. These are normally published
in major national and international journals.
The department established a Postgraduate Research laboratory in 1993 which houses a large collection of powerful
Computers that are connected to the internet.
The Department has a well-stocked and up to date library for the use of the teachers and postgraduate students. The
department offers consultancy services and testing facilities to local manufacturers of electrical and electronics
equipment. It also arranges frequent seminars and workshops in various areas of electrical, electronics, computer and
control system engineering. These seminars are delivered by faculty members, postgraduate students and prominent
researchers from home and abroad.

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POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Dr. Noor M. Sheikh Telecommunication, Signal Processing, Data Transmission &
Professor and Dean Satellite Communication

Dr. Muhammad Saleem Mian Digital Signal Processing, Embedded System, RF Communication
Professor and Chairman

Dr. Zubair A. Khan Microprocessor and Microcomputer Based Protection, Instrumentation and Control in
Professor the Area of Power System, Industrial Processes and Power Electronics.

Dr. Suhail A. Qurashi High Voltage Engineering, Substation Design Protection


Professor

Dr. Muhammad Naeem Ayyaz Object Oriented Programming, Distributed Computing


Professor

Dr. Tahir Izhar Power Electronics, Machine Drives


Professor

Dr. Khalid Mahmood Ul Hassan Power Electronics, Machine Drives, Control System
Professor

Dr. Haroon A. Bari Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Statistical Inference


Professor
Dr. Asim Loan Digital Communication, Adaptive Coded Modulation, Interference Modelling, Software
Professor Defined Radios.
Dr. Saleem Tariq Fiber Optics Communications, Modelling of nonlinear effects in fiber.
Professor
Dr. Muhammad Imran Satellite Communication, Antenna Theory and Design
Professor

Dr. Muhammad Asghar Saqib Arcing in High-Voltage, Fuses and Circuit Breakers, Renewable Energy, Power
Associate Professor Electronics.

Mr. Manzar Saeed Electronic Circuits, Microcomputers and Microprocessors.


Associate Professor

Hafiz Tahzeeb -Ul- Hassan Power Transmission & Distribution of Electrical Machine Analysis
Associate Professor

Mr. Irshad A. Goraya Biomedical Instrumentation


Assistant Professor

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M.Sc. Courses in the Department of Electrical Engineering

Control Electronics Power


1 EE 501 Electric and Magnetic Fields •
2 EE 502 Advanced Power System •
3 EE 503 Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines •
4 EE 504 Advanced High Voltage Engineering •
5 EE 505 Advanced Techniques of Engineering Analysis • • •
6 EE 506 Power Circuit Breakers and Substations •
7 EE 507 Transients in Power System •
8 EE 508 Power Transmission System Planning •
9 EE 509 Power Distribution System Planning •
10 EE 510 FPGA Based System Design • • •
11 EE 511 Machine Learning • •
12 EE 512 Intelligent Agents • • h
13 EE 513 Array Signal Processing • •
14 EE 514 Adaptive Array Signal Processing • •
15 EE 515 Information Theory •
16 EE 516 Error Correcting Codes •
17 EE 521 Radar and Aids to Navigation •
18 EE 522 Communication Theory •
19 EE 523 Advanced Electronics and Circuits •
20 EE 524 Advanced Power Electronics • •
21 EE 525 Biomedical Signal Processing •
22 EE 526 Biomedical Transducers •
23 EE 527 Biomedical Instrumentation •
24 EE 528 Antenna Theory and Design •

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25 EE 529 Microwave Remote Sensing •
26 EE 530 Introduction to Photonics •
27 EE 531 Power Electronics Device • •
28 EE 532 Power Electronics Converters • •
29 EE 533 Computer Graphics
30 EE 534 Object Oriented Analysis & Design
31 EE 535 Control of DC Machines Drives • • •
32 EE 536 Control of AC Machines Drives • • •
33 EE 550 Microcomputer Interfacing
34 EE 551 Advanced Switching Theory
35 EE 552 Graph Theory and Applications
36 EE 553 Computer Architecture
37 EE 554 Data Structures
38 EE 555 Operating Systems
39 EE 556 Database Systems
40 EE 557 Discrete Event Systems
41 EE 558 Object Oriented Programming
42 EE 559 Software Engineering
43 EE 560 Network Programming
44 EE 580 Advanced Control Systems •
45 EE 581 Optimization Techniques • • •
46 EE 583 Dynamics of Robots •
47 EE 584 Optimal Control Theory •
48 EE 585 Random Process in Physical Systems • • •
49 EE 586 Introduction to Chaos Theory • • •
50 EE 587 Chaos Theory & Fractals • •
51 EE 601 Science of Materials •
52 EE 602 Advanced Power System Protection •

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53 EE 603 Operation Research •
54 EE 604 Insulation Coordination of Power Systems •
55 EE 605 Power System Stability & Load Flow Analysis •
56 EE 606 Power System Operation & Control •
57 EE 607 Power System Quality •
58 EE 611 Advanced Machine Learning • •
59 EE 620 Integrated Circuit Engineering •
60 EE 621 Signal Detection and Parameter Estimation •
61 EE 622 Digital Signal Processing • •
62 EE 623 Information Theory and coding •
63 EE 624 Optical Communications •
64 EE 625 Satellite communications •
65 EE 626 Radiowave Propagation •
66 EE 627 Electromagnetic Scattering •
67 EE 628 Microstrip Line Circuit Design •
68 EE 629 Optical Signal Processing •
69 EE 630 Optical Radiation and Detector Technology •
70 EE 631 Switch Mode Power Supplies • •
Digital Simulation of Power Electronic
71 EE 632 • •
Converters
72 EE 633 Image & Video Processing •
Fundamentals of Quantum and Nano-
73 EE 634 •
Electronics
74 EE 635 Wireless and Mobile Networks •
75 EE 636 Mobile and Wireless Communication •
76 EE 650 VLSI System Design •
77 EE 651 Advanced Computer Architecture
78 EE 652 Mathematical Programming
79 EE 653 Microprogramming

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80 EE 654 Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms
81 EE 655 Performance Evaluation
82 EE 656 Programming Structures
83 EE 657 Discrete Mathematics
84 EE 658 Advanced Operating Systems
85 EE 659 Computer Networks
86 EE 660 Parallel and Distributed Computing
87 EE 661 Expert Systems and Artificial Intelligence •
Simulation and Testable Design of Digital
88 EE 662
Systems
89 EE 663 Advanced Numerical Techniques • • •
90 EE 664 Introduction to Cryptology •
91 EE 665 Distributed Database Management
92 EE 666 Mobile Computing
93 EE 667 Embedded Engineering
94 EE 668 Reconfigurable Computing Systems
95 EE 669 Advanced Database Systems
96 EE 670 Bioinformatics Algorithms
97 EE 671 Internet Computing
98 EE 680 Digital Control System •
99 EE 681 Stability of Control Systems •
100 EE 683 Nonlinear Dynamical Systems •
101 EE 684 Adaptive Control Systems •
102 EE Thesis

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DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, originally established as department of Computer
Science is one of the most prominent and oldest centers of computer education in the country. The department offers the
following postgraduate degrees:
• M.Sc. in Computer Science with specialization in:
1) Software Engineering
2) Database Systems
3) Systems Engineering
4) Artificial Intelligence
• M.Sc. In Computer Engineering
• Ph.D. in Computer Science
• Ph.D in Computer Science
Established as department of Computer Science in 1991, its history dates back to the year 1968 when University of
Engineering and Technology Lahore established a Computer Center. This center installed a contemporary IBM 1130 third
generation computer that batch processed submitted jobs. The computer was equipped with a disk and a monitor. The
center was responsible for planning and teaching courses in Computer Science and Numerical Analysis, which formed an
integral part of the curricula for all disciplines of B.Sc. Engineering degree in the university. The center also offered short
term computer courses for other private and public sector organizations. In 1978, it started offering a Masters degree
program in Computer Science, thus becoming the first center in the country to offer Computer Science degree. A 4 years
degree program leading towards a B.Sc. (Hons) Computer Science was introduced by the department in 1999 and
another 4 years B.Sc. program in Computer Science and Engineering in 2004. Regular Ph.D. program in Computer
Science was launched in 2002 and one student has completed his Ph.D. degree in 2006 from this department.
With expansion in academic programs, computer laboratories in the department have risen to thirteen spread
over two buildings. These laboratories are equipped with 500 P-IV computers and the computer to student ratio is 1:1.
Department’s computing facilities are linked with Research Center, Main Library and other teaching departments through
a fiber optic backbone. Multimedia projectors are fitted where required and Internet facility is available. Portion of a third
building is available with the department for holding lectures.
The department holds an endowment chair given by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said-Al-Said, Sultan of
Oman. Currently, two professors are sharing this chair.

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Post Graduate Faculty and Their Research Interests

Dr Mohammad Ali Maud Estimation Theory, Signal Processing, Modern Control and related areas.
Professor and Chairman
Dr Abad Ali Shah Data bases, Semantic Web and related areas
Professor
Dr Saleem Tariq Fiber Optics, Communications, Electromagentics and related areas.
Professor
Dr Asim Loan Communications, Wireless Communication and related areas.
Professor
Dr Waqar Mahmood Telecommunications and related areas.
Professor
Dr Muhammad Shahbaz Data mining, Data warehousing, Artificial Intelligence and related areas.

Dr Muhammad Shoaib Information Retrieval, Web Engineering, data bases and related areas.

Dr Muhammad Aslam Artificial Intelligence, Multi-agents expert systems and related areas.

Dr Anita Malik Software Engineering, Modeling and related areas.

Departmental Policies

The following policies are in addition to postgraduate regulations of the University as given in the prospectus.
a) A minimum of 33 credit hours are required for the completion of the program. Each course corresponds to three
credit hours and the M.Sc. thesis corresponds to 6 credit hours. As such, a student is required to complete 9
courses and one thesis.
b) A set of four core courses are compulsory for each student enrolled in the program. A newly admitted student is
advised to register, preferably, in all the four courses during the first semester (starting September-October).
c) The student is required to study at least three courses in his area of specialization. The remaining two may be
selected from other specializations. The students are advised to complete these specialization courses in two or
more semesters after the completion of core courses in the first semester.
d) A student may register for more than nine courses, if he so desires, without any added advantage.

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e) Students opting for Systems Engineering specialization may register from the approved list (as given in M.Sc.
prospectus) of M.Sc. courses being offered in Electrical Engineering department.
f) Supplementary Examinations are offered only to those students who have failed in a subject. Students failing in
supplementary examination would be required to register for that course again and study it with a regular class.
Second chance to sit in a supplementary examination is not permitted.
g) The following scheme of study is only a partial list. Additional course may be added as and when required
subject to availability of teachers.
h) A student can registered only with a supervisor from the faculty members of Computer Science and Engineering
department. However a co-supervisor can be chosen from the other department.

Scheme of Study

Core Courses

Examination Marks
Credit Total
Course No. Course Title Theory Practical
Hours Marks
Sessional Viva
CS-601 Advanced Operating Systems 3 100 70 30 200
CS-602 Advanced Computer Architecture 3 100 70 30 200
CS-603 Distributed Systems 3 100 70 30 200
CS-604 Theory of Computation 3 100 70 30 200
CS-605 Advanced Algorithm Analysis 3 100 70 30 200
CS-606 Advanced Software Architecture 3 100 70 30 200

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Courses for Specialization in System Engineering

Examination Marks
Credit Total
Course No. Course Title Theory Practical
Hours Marks
Sessional viva
CS-610 Digital Signaling Processing 3 100 70 30 200
CS-612 Control Systems 3 100 70 30 200
CS-614 Wireless & Mobile Communication 3 100 70 30 200
CS-616 Parallel & Distributed Computing 3 100 70 30 200
CS-618 Advanced Embedded Systems 3 100 70 30 200
CS-620 FPGA Based System Design 3 100 70 30 200
CS-646 Computer Vision 3 100 70 30 200
CS-648 Digital Image Processing 3 100 70 30 200

Courses for Specialization in Software Engineering

Examination Marks
Credit Total
Course No. Course Title Theory Practical
Hours Marks
Sessional viva
CS-611 Advanced Software Engineering 3 100 70 30 200
CS-613 Software Quality Assurance 3 100 70 30 200
CS-615 Object-Oriented Software Engineering 3 100 70 30 200
CS-619 Web Engineering 3 100 70 30 200
CS-621 Requirement Engineering 3 100 70 30 200
CS-623 Advance Web Semantics 3 100 70 30 200
CS-625 Advanced Topics in Software Engineering 3 100 70 30 200
CS-627 Theory of Measurement in Software
3 100 70 30 200
Engineering

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Courses for Specialization in Database Systems

Examination Marks
Credit Total
Course No. Course Title Theory Practical
Hours Marks
Sessional viva
CS-629 Web Retrieval and Information Access 3 100 70 30 200
CS-631 Advanced DBMS 3 100 70 30 200
CS-633 Advanced Information Retrieval Systems 3 100 70 30 200
CS-635 Object Oriented Databases 3 100 70 30 200
CS-637 Web-Based DBMS 3 100 70 30 200
CS-639 Advance Topics In DBMS 3 100 70 30 200

Courses for Specialization in Artificial Intelligence

Examination Marks
Credit Total
Course No. Course Title Theory Practical
Hours Marks
Sessional viva
CS-640 Knowledge Discovery in Databases 3 100 70 30 200
CS-641 Design of Intelligent Systems 3 100 70 30 200
CS-642 Artificial Neural Networks 3 100 70 30 200
CS-643 Machine Learning 3 100 70 30 200
CS-644 Expert System and Knowledge Managements 3 100 70 30 200
CS-645 Intelligent Agents 3 100 70 30 200

Thesis

Examination Marks
Credit Total
Course No. Course Title Theory Practical
Hours Marks
Sessional viva
CS-700 Thesis 6 400

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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
The Department of Mechanical Engineering has the distinction of being one of
the oldest disciplines since the time when this institution came into being in the
year 1923 as “Maclagan Engineering College”. For quite some time, running of
the Bachelor’s Degree Program in Mechanical Engineering has been the priority
of the institution to meet the local requirements of the country.
In the year 1961 when this institution was upgraded to an independent
Engineering University, Master’s and Doctorate degree programs in Mechanical
Engineering were introduced.
At present, the Department of Mechanical Engineering is successfully running the
following postgraduate programs, in addition to its well established under
graduate program.
• M.Sc. Thermal Power Engineering
• M.Sc. Mechanical Design Engineering
• Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering
Award of an M.Sc. degree in Thermal Power Engineering or M.Sc. degree in
Mechanical Design Engineering will require successful completion of eight theory
subjects of the related field of study; and research thesis.
The course contents of the both Master’s degree programs have been revised
and are applicable from the session starting from September 2006. The courses
offered also fulfill the needs of any registered Ph.D. scholar to study topics
related to his Ph.D. research work.

Research Activities
The Department of Mechanical Engineering is engaged in a number of research
projects of theoretical, experimental as well as computational nature. The main
areas of research include power generation, turbo machines, heat engines, heat
exchangers, exhaust emissions, pollution control, fuels for automobiles, energy
conservation and renewable energy resources. The research areas also deal with
CFD (Computational Fluids Dynamics) modeling of engine flows, fuel sprays
formation, fuel spray-wall interaction and flows across aerodynamic
configurations.
Besides Unigraphics / Solid edge, a number of licensed computer softwares such
as Auto desk Inventor, Matlab, Pro-Engineer, CATIA, Maple, ANSYS, Fluent and
Adams have very recently been added to facilitate the post graduate students to
carry out quality research projects in the related field of study.

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POST GRADUATE FACULTY WITH RESEARCH SPECIALITIES
Dr. Arshad Hussain Qureshi Thermal Power Engineering & Heat Transfer
Professor and Dean
Dr. Muhammad Riaz Mirza Thermal Power Engineering & IC Engines
Professor and Chairman
Dr. M. Fiaz Hussain Shah Thermal Power Engineering & Heat
Professor Transfer/Mechanical Design
Dr. Younas Jamal Thermal Power Engineering & IC Engines
Professor
Mr. Abdul Rauf Mirza Thermal Power Engineering & IC Engines
Associate Professor
Mr. Muhammad Asif Aslam Thermal Power Engineering
Associate Professor
Mr. Ejaz Mahmood Shahid Thermal Power Engineering & Computer Applications
Associate Professor
Mr. Asad Naeem Shah Thermal Power Engineering & Engineering
Assistant Professor Mechanics
Hafiz M. Nadeem Sharif Thermal Power Engineering & Manufacturing
Lecturer Process
REVISED OUTLINE OF COURSES
M.Sc. MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEERING
Examination Marks
Course Practical Total
No. Subject Theory Marks
Sessional Viva Voce
GROUP-A COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
DE-501 Advanced Stress Analysis 100 60 40 200
DE-502 Theory of Plasticity 100 60 40 200
DE-503 Mechanical Vibration 100 60 40 200
DE-504 Engineering Analysis 100 60 40 200
GROUP-B ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (Any four of the Following)
DE-505 Advanced Engg. Dynamics 100 60 40 200
DE-506 Fracture Mechanics 100 60 40 200
DE-507 Theory of Elastic Stability 100 60 40 200
DE-508 Control Engineering 100 60 40 200
DE-509 Modeling and Simulation 100 60 40 200
DE-510 Theory of Plates and Shells 100 60 40 200
DE-511 Fatigue of Metals 100 60 40 200
DE-512 Experimental Methods 100 60 40 200
DE-601 Computer Aided Design 100 60 40 200
DE-602 Finite Element Methods 100 60 40 200
DE-700 Research Thesis & Oral (Compulsory)

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REVISED OUTLINE OF COURSES

M.SC. THERMAL POWER ENGINEERING


Examination Marks
Course Practical Total
No. Subject Theory Marks
Sessional Viva Voce
GROUP-A COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
PE-501 Mathematical Methods 100 60 40 200
PE-502 Advanced Thermodynamics 100 60 40 200
PE-503 Advanced Fluid Dynamics 100 60 40 200
PE-504 Advanced Heat Transfer 100 60 40 200
GROUP-B ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (Any four of the following)
PE-505 Experimental Methods 100 60 40 200
PE-506 Advanced I. C. Engine 100 60 40 200
PE-507 Nuclear Engineering 100 60 40 200
PE-508 Turbomachinery 100 60 40 200
PE-509 Control Engineering 100 60 40 200
PE-510 Mechanical Vibration 100 60 40 200
PE-511 Modeling and Simulation 100 60 40 200
PE-512 HVAC Systems 100 60 40 200
PE-513 Aerodynamics 100 60 40 200
PE-514 Energy Management 100 60 40 200
PE-515 Pollution Engineering 100 60 40 200
PE-516 Sustainable Energy Systems 100 60 40 200
PE-601 Computational Fluid Dynamics 100 60 40 200
PE-602 Multiphase Flow 100 60 40 200
PE-700 Research Thesis & (Compulsory)

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DERAPTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL & MANUFACTURING
ENGINEERING
The Postgraduate program of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Department
is quite well established, offering Masters and PhD degrees in two
specializations; Engineering Management & Manufacturing Engineering. The
program has earned its credibility over the years due to its updated curriculum
that has been designed taking into consideration the industrial requirements and
the technological advancements. Owing to the rapid growth of this program, it is
now run independently by the Department of Industrial & Manufacturing
Engineering.
THE POST GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED BY THE DEPARTMENT
The post graduate degrees offered by the department include;
(a) M.Sc. Manufacturing Engineering
(b) M.Sc. Engineering Management
(c) Ph.D. Manufacturing Engineering
(d) Ph.D. Engineering Management
MASTER DEGREES’ OBJECTIVES:
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
This Graduate degree is designed to produce Engineers (Mechanical base) with
specialization in Manufacturing. The core courses enable the student to develop
the concepts essentially required of a Manufacturing Engineer and selecting from
the range of elective courses the student can pursue his particular area of
interest like CAD/CAM, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Advanced
Manufacturing Processes and Managerial Aspects. This degree is the best
choice for both; those associated with Manufacturing field and require specialized
education base to augment their field experience as well as those who are
looking for a career in the Manufacturing sector. This specialization is in great
demand locally as well as in the global marketplace where Manufacturing
Engineers are easily consumed in industry.
Eligibility criteria for admission in M.Sc. Manufacturing Engineering is Bachelors
in Industrial & Manufacturing/ Mechanical/ Mechatronics Engineering from HEC
recognized University.
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
The all important degree of Engineering Management invites Engineering
professionals from Multidisciplinary background. The course is designed keeping

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in view the Managerial role an Engineer has to play as he/she moves up the
hierarchy of the Organization. It is developed with an objective of equipping
Engineers with the Essential Managerial Tools that are required to run an
Engineering Organization successfully. The core courses have a focus on critical
issues like Quality, Information Management, Management of Human Resources
and Economic Aspects. All these issues are essential and required of practicing
Engineers who also assume the Managerial responsibilities. Elective courses
give these professionals the flexibility to opt those courses that are more relevant
to their job requirements like Project Management, Industrial Marketing
Management, Environmental Management and Legal aspects etc. These
specialized courses give Engineers a competitive edge in their job assignments.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS


Mr. Javaid Latif Piracha Engineering Management,
Professor and Chairman Industrial Engineering
Dr. Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry Manufacturing intelligence
Professor Computer Integrated Manufacturing,
Finite Element Analysis,
Operations Research,
Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Dr. Nadeem Ahmad Mufti Engineering Management,
Professor Manufacturing Engineering
Dr. Nasir Hayat Manufacturing Systems, Engineering
Professor Economic Analysis, Operations Research
(Scheduling), Application of Artificial
Intelligence in Manufacturing
Mr. Muhammad Asif Mahmood Qureshi * Manufacturing Engineering, Operations
Assistant Professor Research (Scheduling)
Mr. Shabbir Hussain Manufacturing Engineering
Assistant Professor
Mr. Muhammad Qaiser Saleem Engineering Management
Assistant Professor
* On Study Leave

COURSES OFFERED IN MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS


M.SC MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
Course Subjects Examination Marks
No Part-I Part-II Total

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Viva Marks
Sessional
Voce
GROUP-A CORE COURSES
MF-601 Concurrent Product and Process 100 60 40 200
Design
MF-602 Production Planning and Control 100 60 40 200
MF-603 Manufacturing Systems 100 60 40 200
MF-604 Productivity and TQM 100 60 40 200
GROUP-B ELECTIVE COURSES (any four of the following)
MF-611 Economic Decisions in 100 60 40 200
Manufacturing
MF-612 CAD/CAM 100 60 40 200
MF-613 Human Resource Management 100 60 40 200
MF-614 Tool Design 100 60 40 200
MF-615 Computer Integrated 100 60 40 200
Manufacturing
MF-616 Advanced Manufacturing Process 100 60 40 200
MF-617 Manufacturing Strategy 100 60 40 200
MF-618 Production & Operations 100 60 40 200
Management
MF-619 Thesis (Compulsory)
M.Sc. ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
GROUP-A CORE COURSES
EM: 502 Human Resource Management 100 60 40 200
EM: 511 Economic Decisions in 100 60 40 200
Engineering Management
EM: 520 Total Quality Management (TQM) 100 60 40 200
EM: 530 Computer Systems in Information 100 60 40 200
Management
GROUP-B ELECTIVE COURSES (any four of the following)
EM: 501 Principles of Engineering 100 60 40 200
Management
EM: 503 Operations Research 100 60 40 200
EM: 504 Legal aspects in Engineering 100 60 40 200
Management
EM: 512 Cost Management & Accounting 100 60 40 200
EM: 521 Project Management 100 60 40 200
EM: 522 Operations Management 100 60 40 200
EM: 523 Environmental Management & 100 60 40 200
Safety
EM: 531 Organizational Communication 100 60 40 200
EM: 532 Industrial Marketing Management 100 60 40 200
EM: 599 Research Thesis (Compulsory)

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DEPARTMENT OF MECHATRONICS &
CONTROL ENGINEERING
The continued requirement of technology coupled with needs of the industry have
called for merging of electronics engineering with mechanical engineering into a
new discipline called “Mechatronics”. Mechatronics is the synergistic combination
of precision mechanical engineering, electronics, control engineering and
computer science. It deals with the integration of mechanical devices, actuators,
sensors, electronics, “intelligent” controllers, and computers. Mechatronics is
essential in the design of intelligent products; it allows engineers to transform
their concepts into reality. During the forthcoming decades, the manufacturing of
intelligent products with improved flexibility, performance, reliability and
maintainability will be crucial for the economic vitality of any country. The
curriculum and courses in the Department of Mechatronics and Control
Engineering aim at hands-on experience in mechatronics engineering, with
special emphasize on the engineering design of mechatronic products.
The Postgraduate program of the Department is offering Master and Ph.D.
degrees in Mechatronics and Control Engineering. The objective of the
programme is to provide a course of study which will enable the students to work
effectively in an integrated product design role. A graduate of the course will be
able to access the benefits of applying alternative microprocessor based
technology as an integrated element of product.
RESEARCH FACILITIES
A number of dedicated laboratories are available in the Department of
Mechatronics and Control Engineering to enhance the practical skills of the
students. The post graduate students in their final term can benefit from these
state of the art facilities to support their M.Sc. project/thesis.
POST GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED BY THE DEPARTMENT
(e) M.Sc in Mechatronics and Control Engineering
(f) Ph.D. in Mechatronics and Control Engineering
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The course will be open to graduates with a degree in Mechatronics / Mechanical
/Industrial/ Electrical or Electronics Engineering.
M.Sc. COURSE DESCRIPTION
First Term: Students will attend at least four courses, two credits and two non-
credits, drawn from the foundation subjects and one course drawn from the
compulsory subjects.
Second Term: Two courses drawn from the compulsory subjects and one drawn
from the optional subjects.
Third Term: Student will attend the remaining one course drawn from the
compulsory subjects and two drawn from the optional subjects.

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Fourth Term: An individual design project. The project emphasis will be on
problem solving employing Mechatronics techniques, within time and cost
constraints, and to develop communication, project planning and management
skills. Discussion will initiate during the third term to seek suitable projects and
the student will be involved, with an academic supervisor, in developing and
initiating the project plan by the end of the third term.
POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Dr. Salim Abid Tabassum Mechatronics, Biometrics
Professor and Chairman
Dr. Salim Iqbal Alvi Mechanical Design
Professor
Mr. Khalid Mahmood Arif Intelligent Systems, Robotics, Design
Assistant Professor Engineering
Mr. Ali Raza Intelligent & Evolutionary Robotics, Automation
Assistant Professor
Mr. Naseer Ahmad Embedded Systems
Assistant Professor
Mr. Samson Inayat Biomedical Engineering, BCI
Assistant Professor
Mr. M. Salman Robotics, Manufacturing
Assistant Professor
Ms. Umul Baneen Vehicle Mechatronics, Intelligent Design
Assistant Professor
Mr. Akhlaq Ahmad MEMS, Bio-MEMS
Assistant Professor
COURSES OFFERED IN MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS
FOUNDATIONS COURSES:
Course No. Subjects:
MCH-501 Signal Processing in Mechatronics (Non Credit for Electrical Graduates)
MCH-502 Microprocessors and Micro-Controllers (Non Credit for Electrical Graduates)
(Non Credit for Mechatronics/
MCH-503 Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms
Mechanical/Industrial Graduates)
(Non Credit for Mechatronics/
MCH-504 Mechanical Components and Systems
Mechanical/Industrial Graduates)
COMPULSORY SUBJECTS: Theory Practical Total
MCH-511 Power Electronics and Applications in Mechatronics 100 100 200
MCH-512 Applications of Mechatronics 100 100 200
MCH-513 CAD/CAM Applications 100 100 200
MCH-514 Instrumentation and Sensors 100 100 200
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
MCH-521 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 100 100 200
MCH-522 Intelligent Systems 100 100 200
MCH-523 Drives for Control Applications 100 100 200
MCH-524 Servo Engineering 100 100 200
MCH-525 Real Time Systems 100 100 200
MCH-526 Advanced Robotics 100 100 200
MCH-527 Modeling and Simulation 100 100 200
MCH-528 Machine Vision 100 100 200
MCH-529 Factory Automation 100 100 200

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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
The Department of Civil Engineering was established in 1939 as a part of the
Maclagan Engineering College, Lahore. Currently it has an enrolment of over
1000 students. The department has the following divisions to conduct its teaching
and research programmes:-
i) Hydraulics and Irrigation Engineering
ii) Geotechnical Engineering
iii) Structural Engineering
The department offers the following courses of studies at postgraduate level:
• M.Sc. Hydraulics and Irrigation Engineering
• M.Sc. Geotechnical Engineering
• M.Sc. Structural Engineering
• Ph.D. Degree in Civil Engineering
The Master degree courses, offered both on full-time and part-time basis,
consist of lectures, design work, laboratory investigations, presentations,
seminars and research. The emphasis is on introducing students to
modern trends and techniques besides imparting advanced knowledge in
their fields of specialization.

Laboratories and other facilities


The department has the following well-equipped laboratories, which
meet the academic needs of students and teachers as well as the
professional demand of the government and private organizations:

• Computer Laboratory • Geotechnical Engineering


• Concrete Laboratories Laboratories
• Transportation Engineering • Strength of Materials Laboratory
Laboratories • Surveying Laboratory
• Hydraulics & Irrigation • Test Floor Laboratory
Engineering Laboratories • Engineering Mechanics
Laboratory

Civil Engineering Department in collaboration with National


Engineering Services of Pakistan (NESPAK) has established a standard
base line at the University Campus, which is used for calibration of
surveying equipment/instruments for
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various surveying organizations.

The department has adequate research facilities for the postgraduate


students and the faculty. Priority of the department has been towards
solution of different problems faced by the public/private sectors in the
field of civil engineering. The faculty members are engaged in a variety
of research programmes such as low cost housing, use of indigenous
materials, Composite Space Structures, Towers, soil stability, new in-situ
soil testing techniques pneumatic techniques, seepage, control of water
logging and salinity, sedimentation in channels and reservoirs, River
Flood Hydraulics, Treatment of industrial waste, application of
geographical information systems in various fields of Civil Engineering,
hydrological modelling, soil erosion and sediment transport modelling,
flood modelling for coastal areas due to climate change, offshore
hydraulics, bond strength of ultra high strength concrete, development
and use of FRP materials, high performance concrete, earthquake risk
assessment & retrofitting techniques, reliability based design and
development of computer softwares for civil engineering problems.

The department organizes seminars, workshops, national and


international conferences on the topics of national importance related
with civil engineering, where the faculty and the students actively
participate.

Due to civil engineering expertise that the faculty provides, various public and
private organizations frequently approach the department for consultancy and
advisory services. The department has rendered services in completion of
several mega projects such as design of Gomal University, Punjab Medical
College and Islamabad Highway Bridges of CDA etc. Further, the department
offers services in laboratory and field testing of Civil Engineering projects for
quality assurance.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS

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Dr. Waris Ali Environmental Engineering
Professor and Dean
Dr. Muhammad Ashraf Composite Space Structures, Highway Bridges,
Professor and Chairman Towers & Domes
Dr. Ing. Syed Ali Rizwan Space Structures, Earthquake Engg., Modified
Professor Mortars and Concrete, Reinforced Concrete and
Structural Masonry, River Flood Hydraulics
Dr. Abdul Sattar Alluvial Channels Design and Morphology, River
Shakir Engg., Sediment Transport in Channels, River
Flood Hydraulics, Design of Hydraulic
Professor Structures, Reservoir Sedimentation.
Dr. M. Akram Tahir Development of Finite Elements, Strength &
Professor Stability of Concrete Structures, Cost Effective
Design for Earthquake Resistance
Dr. Muhammad lIyas Earthquake Response Analysis of Structures,
Professor Structural Optimisation
Dr. Zahid Ahmad Siddiqui Differential Quadrature Method for Analysis of Structures,
Professor High Strength Mix Design Evaluation & Rehabilitation of
Existing Structures
Dr. Aziz Akbar Development and improvement of Soil Testing
Equipments & Techniques
Professor
Dr. Habib ur Rehman Hydrology, Regional Scale Soil Erosion &
Professor Sediment Transport Modelling, Remote Sensing
and GIS, Reservoir Sedimentation
Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Experimental & Numerical Studies of
Professor Longitudinal Dispersion in Channels, Application
of Knowledge Based Systems in Civil
Engineering and Hydraulic Model Studies.
Dr. Muhammad Afzal Javed Structures, Materials Polymer Composites,
Professor GFRP Structural Shapes,
Experimental Investigation on GFRP Materials.
Dr. Khalid Farooq Soil Improvement Techniques, Slope Stability
Professor and Expansive Soils

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Engr. Abdul Rehman Geo-Technical Engineering, Transportation
Engineering
Associate Professor
Engr . Sardar Babar Geo- Technical Engineering, Soil Improvement
Khan Techniques
Associate Professor
Dr. Muhammad Sediment Transport, Hydraulics and Flood
Ashiq* Management
Associate Professor
Dr. Waseem Mirza** Transportation Engineering & Rehabilitation
Associate Professor
Engr. Riaz Ahmad Design, Construction & Maintenance of
Associate Professor Structures
Engr. M. Naeem Hydrology, Design of Hydraulic Structures, Canal
Aktahr Outlet and Canal Falls
Assistant Professor
Engr. Imtiaz rashid Geotechnical Engineering, Bored Piles, Soil
Assistant Professor Improvement
Engr. Kafeel Ahmed Ultra High Strength Concrete,
Assistant Professor Properties of Engineering Material
Engr. Noor Flood Forecasting, Computer Softwares
Muhammad*
Assistant Professor
Engr.Sajjad Mubin Engineering Economy, ISO and TQM
Assistant Professor Construction Planning and Management
Dr. Anwar ul Haq Design of High Rise Buildings, Structural
Muneeb Engineering
Assistant Professor
Engr. M. Burhan Concrete materials & Development of Softwares
Sharif
Assistant Professor
Engr. Asif Hameed* Construction Management & Planning, Risk
Assistant Professor Management, Quality Management and
Engineering Economy

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Engr. Ammad Hassan Khan Geotechnical Engineering
Assistant Professor
Engr. Irfan-ul-Hassan Structural Engineering
Lecturer
Engr. Mubashir Aziz Geotechnical Engineering
Lecturer
Engr. Azhar Saleem Structural Engineering
Lecturer
* On higher studies abroad
** On foreign faculty hiring

OUTLINES OF COURSES FOR M.Sc. CIVIL ENGINEERING


M.Sc. Structural Engineering
Examination Marks
Hours
Course Part-I Part-II
Subjects
No. (Theory)
Sessional Viva Credit Contact
Voce
COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
SE-501 Structural Analysis 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-502 Reinforced Concrete Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-503 Properties of Structural Materials 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-504 Prestressed Concrete 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-505 Steel Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-506 Seismic Design of Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

Dissertation/Thesis
Elective subjects (any two of the following)
SE-507 Bridge Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-508 Design of Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-509 Theory of Plates and Shells 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-510 Structural Mechanics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-511 Stability of Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-521 Structural Dynamics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-513 Seismology and Earthquake 100 60 40 2+1 2+2


Engineering

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SE-514 Seismic Design of Masonry 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Structures
SE-515 Structural Optimization 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-516 Fracture Mechanics of Concrete 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-517 Advanced Concrete Technology-I 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-518 Advanced Concrete Technology-II 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

M.Sc. Hydraulics & Irrigationl Engineering


Compulsory Subjects
HI-501 Hydraulic Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-502 Advanced Fluvial Hydraulics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-503 Hydro Power Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-504 Irrigation Engineering & Practices 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-505 Applied Hydrology 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-506 Sediment Transport 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Dissertation/Thesis
Elective Subjects (Any two of the following)
HI-507 Fluid Mechanics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-508 Drainage Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-509 Computer aided Design of 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Hydraulic Structures
HI-510 River Engineering & Flood 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Management
HI-511 Application of RS & GIS in Civil 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Engineering
HI-512 Soil Erosion & Watershed 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Management
HI-513 Hydrological Modeling 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Examination Marks Hours
Course Part-II
Subject Part-I
No. Viva Credit Contact
(Theory) Sessional Voice
HI-514 Water Resources Planning & 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Management
HI-515 Ground Water Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SE-502 Reinforced Concrete Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SE-503 Properties of Structural Materials 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SE-507 Bridge Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SF-501 Advanced Soil Mechanics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

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SF-504 Dam Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SF-505 Geotechnical Investigation 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SF-506 Earth Reinforcement 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
SF-507 Earth Retaining Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-509 Environmental Geo-techniques 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-511 Numerical Methods in 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Engineering

M.Sc. Geotechnical Engineering


Compulsory Subjects
GE-501 Advanced Soil Mechanics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-502 Foundation Engineering-I 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-503 Foundation Engineering –II 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-504 Dam Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-505 Geotechnical Investigation 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-506 Soil Improvement Techniques 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Dissertation/Thesis
Elective subjects (any two of the following)
GE-507 Earth Retaining Strtuctures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-508 Rock Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-509 Geo-Environmental Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-510 Soil Dynamics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-511 Numerical Methods in 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Engineering
GE-512 Geotechnical Engineering in 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Professional Practice
Min-E- Rock Slope Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
512
TE-501 Transportation Planning And 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Engineering
TE-502 Geometric Design & Highway
Safety
TE-503 Pavement Analysis And Design 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-504 Traffic Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-505 Airport Planning & Design 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-506 Railway Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-507 Pavement Evaluation & 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
Rehabilitation
TE-510 Highway Construction Materials 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
& Equipment s
TE-511 Harbour And Dock Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-512 Bridge And Tennel Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT
The Department of Transportation Engineering and
Management was established in February 2006 under the
Faculty of Civil Engineering, UET, Lahore. The department
offers Bachelor and Postgraduate degrees in Transportation
Engineering and Management. The establishment of this
department was demand based to improve existing
transportation infrastructure, which in the present situation is in
relatively mismanaged and becoming overly congested. In
order to coup with this challenge, the department offers quality
engineering education to students in the field of transportation
engineering, comparable with accredited international
standards as well as catering the industrial, technological and
research needs of the country. The department is looking
forward to strengthen University-Industry relationship, which
is vital for producing trained and skilled work force having
extended focus on innovation, value addition and
entrepreneurship. The success of the transportation
infrastructure and its diverse array of components depend on
developing a larger cadre of transportation professionals
capable of planning, designing, constructing, managing,
operating, and maintaining of various modes of transportations
as airways, seaways, highways, railways and pipeways.
Furthermore, overall awareness of transportation by the general
public is necessary to ensure community and financial support
of future transportation projects.
Admission Requirement
The department accepts students with following 1st class Degrees:
• Bachelor in Transportation Engineering and Management
• Bachelor in Civil Engineering
Courses of Study
The Department of Transportation Engineering and Management offers Master
degree course in Transportation Engineering, both on full-time and part-time
basis. The course consists of lectures, design/practical work, laboratory/field
investigations, presentations, seminars and research thesis.
The important areas of concentration include:

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• Transportation Planning and Engineering
• Traffic Engineering and Safety
• Geometric Design
• Railway Engineering
• Airport Planning and Design
• Pavement Design and Material Characterization
Training Courses and Seminars
The department organizes training courses/workshops and national seminars on
regular basis. These activities are demand driven and are carried out for the
students, faculty, private and governmental organizations.
To benefit from expertise of transportation engineering faculty, various public and
private sector organizations frequently approach the department for consultancy
services. Some of the major organizations that the department works in
collaboration includes: National Highway Authority (NHA), National Transport
Research Centre (NTRC), Pakistan Railways, Punjab Traffic Police and
Chartered Institute of Logistic Transport Pakistan (CILT), etc.
Post Graduate Faculty & Research Interest
Dr. Tanvir Iqbal Qayyum Transportation Engineering and Soil
Professor and Chairman Improvement
Dr. Muhammad Waseem Mirza Pavement Engineering and Material
Professor (Foreign Faculty) Characterization
Dr. Sajjad Maqbool Geotechnical Engineering and Dynamic
Associate Professor Materials Properties
Engr. Farhan Haider Traffic Engineering and Management
Assistant Professor

M.Sc. IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING


Examination Marks
Course Hours
Subjects Part-I Part-II
No.
(Th)
Sessional Viva Voce Credit Contact

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
TE-501 Transportation Planning and Engg. 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-502 Geometric Design and Highway Safety 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-503 Pavement Analysis And Design 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-504 Traffic Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-505 Airport Planning and Design 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-506 Railway Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

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Elective subjects (any two of the following).
TE-507 Pavement Evaluation and Rehabilitation 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-508 Planning for Traffic Safety and Injury Prevention 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-509 Pavement Management Systems 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-510 Highway Construction Materials and Equipments 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-511 Harbour and Dock Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-512 Bridge and Tunnel Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-513 Asphalt Mix Design and Construction 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-514 Pavement Distress Identification and Preservation 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
TE-515 Statistical Analysis with Computer Application 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-501 Advanced Soil Mechanics 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-502 Foundation Engineering-I 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-503 Foundation Engineering-II 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-504 Dam Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-505 Geotechnical Investigation 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-506 Soil Improvement Techniques 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
GE-508 Rock Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-502 Reinforced Concrete Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

SE-504 Prestressed Concrete 100 60 40 2+1 2+2


SE-506 Seismic Design of Structures 100 60 40 2+1 2+2
HI-508 Drainage Engineering 100 60 40 2+1 2+2

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INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH
This Institute was established in 1972 as The Institute of Public Health
Engineering and Research (IPHER). It was the first institute of its kind in the
country. The support provided by the Government as well as the U.N. agencies
like UNDP and WHO in the form of equipment, consultants and staff training
helped the Institute to build up its infrastructure facilities including development of
staff, laboratories and library. Its programmes of education training, research,
advisory services and publication made their impact at national level. As a result
it initiated programmes of collaboration by the relevant agencies and
organizations in the country as an important centre in this specialization. In order
to create an image of moving with times and to give new impetus to postgraduate
studies and research, the Syndicate of the University renamed the Institute as
Institute of Environmental Engineering and Research in July, 1996. The Institute
now enjoys the status of WHO Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health
Engineering.
MANAGEMENT
This Institute is part of the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore with
its control and management vested in the University Syndicate in line with all
other departments of the University. The Institute ordinance, however, provides
"that all matters relating to the Institute shall be considered in the first instance by
the “Managing Committee of the Institute”. The Vice-Chancellor of the University,
is the chairman of the Managing Committee of the Institute with the Director of
the Institute acting as its Secretary and Convenor. The membership of the
Managing Committee is drawn from the provincial public health engineering
department, water and sanitation agencies and municipal corporations of major
cities. The provincial government is represented in the Committee through
nominees of the departments of education, health, industries and finance.
Prominent persons belonging to financial institutions, commerce, industry and
engineering consultancy are also nominated as Committee Members for a two
years term. The Committee regularly meets to consider and recommend Institute
budget, review its programmes and progress and take administrative measures
for its smooth functioning.
LABORATORIES AND LIBRARY
The Institute building completed in 1976 is located within the University Campus
and accommodates administration section including a committee room, lecture
rooms, laboratories, library and individual staff rooms for the faculty. The library
contains literature on various aspects of environmental and public health
engineering. At present it has about 2,000 titles including proceedings of
symposia, workshops, conferences, seminars and journals on air pollution, solid
waste management, water and wastewater engineering, water pollution and
noise pollution and other related fields. The library is augmented with regular
additions of books and reading material which the Institute receives under various
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University staff and students as well as by other organizations including
government departments and engineering consultancy firms.
The laboratories of the Institute have sections on sanitary microbiology, sanitary
chemistry, unit processes, air pollution and solid waste analysis. These
laboratories provide facilities for conduct of routine laboratory work associated
with undergraduate and posgraduate courses as well as research by post
graduate students and the faculty. They are also used for commercial testing of
water and wastewater samples and air quality surveys for autonomous agencies
and engineering consultancy firms. The experience gained by the staff in
establishing and maintaining these laboratories has enabled the Institute in
helping other organizations to set up similar testing facilities and develop staff
potential in this specialization.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
The Institute offers postgraduate programmes leading to M.Sc. degree in
Environmental Engineering and Ph.D. Degree. M.Sc. degree consists of course
work and a research thesis with a minimum residence requirement of one and a
half year for full time students. In addition to the full time course the Institute also
conducts a part-time M.Sc. degree programme in Environmental Engineering
which extends over a period of two years and is offered for engineers based in
Lahore. The requirements for course work and thesis research for this
programme are the same as for full time candidates and consist of six
compulsory subjects, two of the elective subjects, and a research thesis. The
supervised research by postgraduate students related to selected topics of
applied nature as well as on concepts in processes operations and quality
control.
RESEARCH
Research is conducted in the Institute by the faculty and postgraduate students.
The areas of interest include water supply and wastewater collection system,
wastewater treatment, water pollution control, water treatment, air pollution and
solid wastes management. The results of the faculty research are published in
various national and international journals, as well as in the form of Research
Reports. The Institute Reports are made available to various relevant agencies
and also can be had on request.
SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES
In view of the leading role which the Institute plays at national level in the field of
environmental engineering, the forums available to it in the form of holding of
seminars, conferences and symposia have been mobilized to disseminate
relevant information in the country. This has helped in bringing together
professional expertise for productive interaction. The Institute in collaboration with
various national and international organizations has conducted several
conferences and technical panels on topics of national importance. Proceedings
of these seminars are published by the Institute in collaboration with sponsoring
agencies and are available in the library.
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IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMMES
Short term training programmes in the form of refresher courses and workshops
on selected topics have been offered for professionals of various agencies in
water supply and sanitation and environmental protection sector. These courses
are designed and offered by the Institute staff. The training programmes are also
offered on request from other organizations to meet staff training needs in
specific areas.
ADVISORY SERVICES
The institute possesses expertise in terms of professional competence in the
programme areas of water and wastewater engineering, air pollution control and
solid waste management as well as physical facilities of laboratories and library.
As a result it is able to render advisory services in these areas of environmental
engineering to national organizations like the National Planning Commission,
Environmental and Urban Affairs Division, Provincial Public Health Engineering
Departments and EPAs, Water and Sanitation Agencies, City Governments,
individual establishments and international agencies.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS


Dr. Waris Ali Modelling of natural aquatic systems and water and
Professor & Dean wastewater treatment processes, Technical and
economic evaluation of water supply and wastewater
disposal systems
Mr. Abdul Jabbar Bari Water and Wastewater Engineering Systems
Professor & Director
Dr. Tauseef Ahmad Air Pollution Control, Noise Pollution,
Quraishi Water and Wastewater Analysis
Professor
Dr. Javed Anwar Aziz Environmental Pollution Control and Impact
HEC Professor Assessment, Low Cost Water and Wastewater
Treatment Systems and Sanitation Technologies.
Mr. Sajjad Haydar Cost Effective Wastewater Treatment technologies,
Associate Professor Designing and Optimization of Water Supply and
Sewerage System Using Computer Software,
Water Source Development and Testing
Mr. Husnain Haider Water and Wastewater Treatment, Water Quality
Assistant Professor Modeling, Environmental Impact Assessment

COURSES OF READING AND SYLLABI


OUTLINE OF COURSES M.Sc. in ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Course Examination Marks
No Subjects Theory Practical Total
GROUP-A COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Sessional Viva Voce Marks

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Env.E:501 Environmental Pollution Control 100 60 40 200
Env.E:502 Water Quality Modelling 100 60 40 200
Env.E:503 Principles of Water & Wastewater 100 60 40 200
Treatment processes.
Env.E:504 Laboratory Techniques in 100 60 40 200
Environmental Engineering
Env.E:505 Solid Waste Management 100 60 40 200
Env.E:506 Water and Wastewater Collection 100 60 40 200
System
GROUP-B ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (Any two of the following)
Env.E:507 Environmental Impact Assessment 100 60 40 200
Env.E:508 Air Pollution Control 100 60 40 200
Env.E:509 Industrial Waste Treatment and 100 60 40 200
Disposal
Research Thesis

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DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL
ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
Architectural Engineering and Design is a discipline of engineering, concerned
with the analysis, design, construction, and operation of engineering systems
in the design of buildings. It is the profession in which knowledge of
mathematics and natural sciences gained by study, experience and practice is
applied by judgment to problem-solving techniques of the design and
construction of modern buildings taking in account safety, environmental
protection, and an economical budget. Architectural Engineering is the
profession in which the engineer has not only the ability to design the buildings
but who is also educated in the mastery of the technologies and materials
involved in structural, mechanical, and electrical systems. As the name
Architectural Engineering and Design proposes, this discipline is a bridge
between the aesthetics of the building design, usually related to the architects,
and the vast array of technical needs for a complex modern building.
Architectural engineers are responsible for a substantial portion of buildings'
construction costs. They can contribute to the analysis, design, construction,
and operation of engineered systems for commercial, industrial, institutional,
and residential buildings and other facilities. These building systems include
electrical, communications, control, lighting, heating, ventilating, and air
conditioning, fire protection, plumbing, acoustical, and structural systems.
HISTORY OF THE PROGRAMME
This programme was started in the year 2001 under the umbrella of the
Department of Architecture. The department of Architectural Engineering and
Design was created in October 2004.The department is now housed in its newly
completed building.
COURSES OF STUDY

The department of Architectural Engineering and Design offers a 5 year degree


programme at bachelor level with the title “Architectural Engineering and Design”.
The degree programme comprises of courses from a wide range of engineering
disciplines and architecture. Keeping in view the diversified interests of the
graduates in AED the department has planned to offer the following two
programmes at Master Level:
1. M.Sc. in Integrated Building Design
2. M.Sc. in Building Engineering
In the following the details of the two programmes are provided.

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1:M.Sc. Integrated Building Design

General Eligibility:
The candidate must have a Bachelor Degree in First Division from an Institution
recognized by HEC in one of the following fields:

(i) Architectural Engineering and Design


(ii) Civil Engineering
(iii) Architecture

The course is designed on increasing demands from the building industry for a
more integrated and collaborative approach among building design professionals.
The architects, engineers and project mangers can improve the performance and
quality of the buildings by making them responsive, competently planned,
functionally adequate, appropriate in form, cost effective, constructible,
adaptable, durable and contextual. The main theme of the course is to enhance
the capabilities of young and experienced professionals who could understand
the building components and systems, and their contribution towards building
performance.

2 : M.Sc. IN BUILDING ENGINEERING

General Eligibility:
The candidate must have a Bachelor Degree in First Division

from an Institution recognized by HEC in one of the following

fields:

(i) Architectural Engineering and Design


(ii) Civil Engineering

The M.Sc. in Building Engineering has been developed to meet the needs of
those who wish to expand their expertise in the field of building design,
construction management and engineering systems of buildings. Ideally the

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students should have academic qualifications related to building engineering and
services with training and practice in the construction industry.

A prominent feature of the programme is the inclusion of several options that may
be taken from the wide range of elective courses. This feature allows the
students to plan the greater part of the taught element of the programme to suit
their individual background and future career development.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY

Dr. M. Akram Tahir M. Arif Khan


Professor& Chairman Associate Professor
Mr. Ahmed Saeed Sheikh Sabahat Alamgir
Professor Assistant Professor
Mr. Faiz Ahmed Chishti Dr. Khizar Hayat
Professor Assistant Professor
Mr. Zia ud Din Mian M. Faisal Chaudhary*
Professor Assistant Professor
Dr.Kahlid Mahmood
Visiting Professor
*On Study Leave

OUTLINE OF COURSES OF STUDY FOR


M.Sc. INTEGRATED BUILDING DESIGN
The candidate has to study eight subjects; four from the compulsory and four
from the elective group in addition to successful completion of thesis.

Group A: Compulsary Courses


Examination Marks
Course. No. Theory Practical
Subjects
Paper Sessional Viva Voce
Building systems
AED-601 100 60 40
integration
Responsive design &
AED-602 100 60 40
built environment
Earthquake Resistant
AED-603 100 60 40
Building Structures

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Sustainable building
AED-604 100 60 40
deign

Group B: Elective Courses


Building Performance
AED-605 100 60 40
Simulation
Virtual Reality and
AED-606 100 60 40
Architectural design
Residential Building
AED-607 100 60 40
Design and Construction
Virtual Reality and
AED-608 100 60 40
Construction Management
AED-609 Building Safety 100 60 40
Building Structures and
AED-610 100 60 40
Aesthetics
Building Information
AED-611 Modelling for Integrated 100 60 40
Design
AED-663 HVAC Systems 100 60 40
Lighting and Illumination in
AED-664 100 60 40
Buildings
Project Performance
AED-665 100 60 40
Management
THESIS: AED 699 Thesis (Compulsory)

OUTLINE OF COURSES OF STUDY FOR


M.Sc. BUILDING ENGINEERING
The candidate has to study eight subjects; four from the compulsory and four
from the elective group in addition to successful completion of thesis.

Group A: Compulsary Courses


Examination Marks
Course. No. Theory Practical
Subjects
Paper Sessional Viva Voce
Advanced Concrete
100 60 40
AE-651 Technology
Advanced Reinforced
100 60 40
AE-652 Concrete Structures
Finite Element Methods in
100 60 40
AE-653 Engineering

Earthquake Engineering 100 60 40


AE-654

Group B: Elective Courses

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Earthquake Resistant
100 60 40
AED-603 Building Structures

Building Safety 100 60 40


AED-609
Building Structures and
100 60 40
AED-610 Aesthetics

Forensic Engineering 100 60 40


AED-661

Advanced Steel Structures 100 60 40


AED-662

HVAC Systems 100 60 40


AED-663
Lighting and Illumination in
100 60 40
AED-664 Buildings
Project Performance
100 60 40
AED-665 Management
Legal and Contractual Risk
100 60 40
AED-666 Management
Information Technology in
100 60 40
AED-667 Construction
Integrated Project Planning
100 60 40
AED-668 and Control
Courses from Civil Engineering: Prestressed Concrete & Foundation Engineering
Selected topics in AE. 100 60 40
AED-698

THESIS: AE-699: Thesis (Compulsory

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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
The Department was established in 1962 at this University and is the first one to
institute Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree courses in Chemical
Engineering in the country. Currently it has an enrollment of about 450 students
pursuing undergraduate studies. The Department started M.Sc. Engineering
degree courses in 1970 and since then the postgraduate programme has been
on the road to progress. There are, at present, more than sixty students pursuing
M.Sc. studies. In addition, a number of students are working for their Ph.D.
degrees in different areas of Chemical Engineering.
courses OF STUDY
The Department offers courses of study leading to the following degrees:
a) Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
b) Master of Science in Chemical Engineering with specialization in:
(i) Process Engineering
(ii) Industrial Pollution Control Engineering
(iii) Biochemical Engineering
(iv) Computer Aided Design
c) Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering
The curriculum for the bachelor course has been evolved over a number of years
and is designed to prepare the students for design, operation, and supervision of
the chemical process plants as well as for research and development work in
process industry. Study tours and inspection trips are an essential component of
the curriculum, which enable the students to visit industrial plants and projects of
national importance in Chemical Engineering. They are encouraged to work
independently and are assigned projects involving design and other aspects of
chemical engineering. Emphasis is given to the use of computers by the students
in problem solving and design of equipment and plants.
The following two routes are available to qualify for the award of M.Sc. Degree:
i) M.Sc. Degree (Full Time)
This course is of 12 months duration and extends over three academic terms of 4
months each. During the first two terms students are required to take various
courses and take examination at the end of each term. In third term, students
undertake research projects on completion of which a dissertation is submitted
for evaluation/assessment. Degree is awarded on passing the requisite number
of courses as well as the successful completion of the dissertation.
ii) M.Sc. (Part Time)
The Department has facilities for undertaking M.Sc. degree on part time basis to
suit in-service chemical engineers. The classes are held in the evening for these
students. The duration of part-time course is double of that for the full time
courses. Other requirements of the degree are the same.
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Ph.D. Degree
For Ph.D. degree, the students undertake supervised research work for a
minimum period of three years. Original research contributions are expected for
the successful completion of this degree. On completion of research work, a
thesis has to be submitted for approval by the board of examiners. Following
projects are under progress:
• Mechanism of heavy metal removal by agro based fibers
• Optimization of Packed bed Reactive Distillation for ETBE Synthesis
• Anaerobic Treatment of Industrial Effluents in Packed bed Reactor
• Optimization of Mixing pattern of Insulation Ingredients
• Identification of Sources and Levels of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
in Ambient Air of provincial Capital-Lahore
• Juice Concentration by Reverse Osmosis Membrane

LABORATORIES & OTHER FACILITIES


The Department has well equipped and well maintained laboratories in the
following fields:
• Mass Transfer • Wet Analysis
• Fluid Flow • Instrumental Analysis
• Process Heat Transfer • Environmental Engineering
• Fuels & Combustion • Biochemical Engineering
• Computer Applications • Postgraduate Students Laboratory
• Instrumentation & Control • Polymer Applications
• Chemical Reactor Design • Polymer testing & Analysis
• Energy Engineering • Polymer Characterization
• Chemical Engineering
Thermodynamics

All the laboratories are recently modernized and upgraded. The newly
established Instrumental Analysis Laboratory houses sophisticated
equipment, like Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Differential Thermal
Analyzer, Gas Calorimeter, Automatic Titrators, etc. These facilities not only
offer excellent learning facilities but also at the same time can extend
material testing and analysis services to the industry and other users.

The Department has a Computer Centre equipped with latest computing facilities.
Apart from teaching computer languages and application of computers in various
courses of Chemical Engineering, the students are encouraged to use this
laboratory for their design projects, research dissertations, and class
assignments.

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The Department has a library with a large stock of text books, handbooks,
reference books, journals, design projects and research thesis submitted in the
past. Provision of Internet facility for the students for literature search and other
needs is also made.
LIAISON WITH CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
The Department attaches great importance to a continuing interaction with the
chemical industry. As a result the Department has developed constructive links
with some of the major organizations. These organizations include: Dawood
Hercules Chemicals, National Fertilizer. Corporation of Pakistan, Petroleum &
Petrochemical Corporation, Rupali Polyester, DESCON (Pvt.) Ltd, Environmental
Protection Agency, and a number of other important industrial organizations. A
number of scholarships for the undergraduates, fellowships for the postgraduate
students, facilities for the practical training of students, and exchange of senior
staff members for mutual benefit are some of the features of such cooperation.
RESEARCH EXTENSION & ADVISORY SERVICES
The Department is engaged in a number of research projects of industrial and
theoretical significance under its postgraduate and faculty research programmes
in areas such as pollution control, energy management, process development,
unit operations and process simulation, etc. The outcome of research is regularly
published in journals of repute and receives recognition from the international
community of chemical engineers. The Department also offers a variety of
advisory and consultancy services to the local industry and entrepreneurs. Some
of the areas where the Department can render assistance are:
• Computer aided design and software department
• Feasibility studies of chemical projects
• Ergonomics of engineering projects and waste minimization
• Industrial pollution monitoring, management, control and recycling
• Industrial testing, and chemical analysis

POSTGRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS


Environmental Engineering, Fluid
Dr. A. Rashid Saleemi Mechanics, Mixing & Chemical
Professor & Chairman Safety
Dr. M. Fluidization, Heat Transfer,
Mahmo Process Plant Safety
od
Ahmad
Professor

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Dr. Shahid Naveed Instrumentation and Control,
Professor Artificial Intelligence/ Computer
Application
Biochemical Engg. Biofuel,
Dr. Nadeem Feroze Biopolymer, Water/Waste water
Professor treatment
Dr. Shaukat Rasool Chemical Reaction Engineering
Professor
Dr. Muhammad Zafar Noon Environmental Engineering
Professor
Dr. Shahid Bashir Chemical Engineering/ Polymeric
Associate Professor Material
Engr. Mazhar Hussain Static Mixing
Associate Professor
Syed H. Javed Naqvi Polymers and materials
Associate Professor
Engr. Shah Muhammad Energy Conservation
Associate Professor
Boiling Heat Transfer & Two-
Dr. Tariq Mumtaz Jafri Phase Flow
Assistant Professor
Mr. Humayun Wali Thermodynamics
Lecturer
Mrs. Masooma Rustam Fluid Flow
Lecturer
Miss Mass Transfer
Saima
Yasin
Lecturer
Mr. Muneeb Nawaz Biochemical Engineering
Lecturer

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OUTLINE OF COURSES
A: COMPULSORY SUBJECTS (Common for all Specializations)
Marks
Course No. Subject Theory Practical Total
Sessional Viva Voce Marks
Ch.E. 501 Separation Processes 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 502 Transport Processes 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 503 Optimization & Process Design 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 504 Mathematical Methods in 100 70 30 200
Chemical Engineering
B: OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
Marks
Course No. Subject Theory Practical Total
Sessional Viva Voce Marks
(i) SPECIALIZATION IN PROCESS ENGINEERING
Ch.E. 505 Advanced Reactor Design/ 100 70 30 200
Reaction Engineering
Ch.E. 506 Process Dynamics & Control 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 507 Advanced Process Economics 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 508 Project Engineering 100 70 30 200

OR
(ii) SPECIALIZATION IN INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION CONTROL ENGINEERING
Ch.E. 509 Physio-Chemical Treatment of 100 70 30 200
Industrial Wastes
Ch.E. 510 Industrial Air Pollution Control 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 511 Hazardous Waste Management 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 512 Planning and Environmental 100 70 30 200
Impact Assessment of Chemical
Projects and Legislation

OR
(iii) SPECIALIZATION IN BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Ch.E. 513 Applied Microbiology & Biological 100 70 30 200
Processes
Ch.E. 514 Advanced Biochemical 100 70 30 200
Engineering
Ch.E. 515 Design and Analysis of 100 70 30 200
Biochemical Reactors
Ch.E. 516 Biochemical Treatment of 100 70 30 200
Industrial Wastes

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OR
(iv) SPECIALIZATION IN COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
Ch.E. 517 Process Modelling & Simulation 100 70 30 200
Ch.E. 518 Computer Aided Process Plant 100 70 30 200
Design
Ch.E. 519 Project Management Information 100 70 30 200
Systems
Ch.E. 520 Process Synthesis, Analysis and 100 70 30 200
Design
Ch.E. 502 RESEARCH & DISSERTATION (Compulsory for all specializations)

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DEPARTMENT OF METALLURGICAL & MATERIALS ENGG.
The Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering was established in 1965.
It has the distinction of being one of the oldest institutions in the country to offer a
bachelor’s degree in Metallurgy. The Department has been the fundamental
contributor in teaching Metallurgy in Pakistan, and thus maintains its leading role in
the education of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering. The graduate programmes
include studies leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D. qualifications.
The Master’s degree programme was started in 1978. It is primarily a theory-based
course though the research work forms a significant part. The Master’s degree
courses are offered as one year full time as well as two years part time programmes.
These courses have been designed primarily for Metallurgical Engineers and
Materials Scientists who are working in the Metal Industry and research
organizations. Emphasis is being laid on the development of students’ ability to
integrate and apply their knowledge effectively in industrial organizations. Most of
the students enrolled for the Master’s Degree come from major organizations of the
country. The students have carried out comprehensive research projects relating to
the problems faced by our metal industry. The Ph.D. studies are based on research
only.
The department has a highly qualified faculty. At present, eight of the thirteen staff
members hold Ph.D. degrees. One of the staff members is abroad, doing his Ph.D.
The department also invites a number of prominent metallurgical engineers and
professionals from various organizations as visiting teachers and examiners. The
department has organized the research work in such a way that it has a direct
bearing on our national industry. This research is partially funded by the Directorate
of Research Extension and Advisory Services of the University and partly by the
HEC.
The department has links with several industries/organizations which provide
necessary facilities for undergraduate projects/experiments and graduate faculty
research. These facilities for practical/experimental training relate to foundry
techniques, forging, rolling, heat treatment, inspection and testing, welding and
corrosion protection.
The departmental library is well equipped with up to date books for the use of
teachers and students. In addition to this, a well equipped Computer Laboratory has
also been set up to meet the academic and research requirements. The department
organizes seminars and workshops in various areas of Metallurgical Engineering. It
also offers testing facilities and consultancy services to local metal industry.
The department has a pleasant and intimate working environment which is derived
from the small number of admissions every year and a high teacher/students ratio.
The department also offers a pleasant working environment for girl students. The
tradition of co-education in the department spans over one decade.
It is expected that engineers who wish to join higher studies programmes have had
some professional experience and they have developed an interest in some
particular area which they wish to explore further. It is hoped that these programmes
will help to produce significant developments in the metal and materials industry of
Pakistan.
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POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Dr. Faizul Hasan Physical Metallurgy
Professor & Dean
S. Qasim Hasan Zaidi Solidification of Metals/Foundry
Professor & Chairman
Dr. Javed Iqbal Physical Metallurgy/Heat–Treatment
Professor
Dr. Muhammad Ajmal Mechanical Metallurgy/Inspection & Testing
Professor
Dr. Liaqat Ali Sheikh Materials Science/Metal Working
Professor
Dr. M. Yousaf Anwar Powder Metallurgy/Foundry
Professor
Dr. Akhlaq Ahmad Corrosion & Protection/Electrical & Magnetic Materials
Professor
Dr. Khalid Mahmood Ghauri Advanced Materials
Professor
Dr. Masood Ahmed Ceramics & Composites
Tindyala
Professor
Mr. Muhammad Ashraf Welding/Inspection & Testing
Associate Professor
Mr. Gul Hameed Awan Materials Science/Coatings
Associate Professor
Ceramics & Composites
Mr. Fareed Akhter *
Assistant Professor
Mr. Furqan Ahmed Characterization of Metals/Fracture Analysis
Lecturer
Miss Sana Rafiq Welding Engineering
Lecturer
Mr. Jawad Ali Shah Ferrous/Non-Ferrous Extraction Metallurgy
Lecturer
* On higher studies abroad

OUTLINES OF COURSES
M.Sc. in METALLURGICAL & MATERIALS ENGINEERING
Course No Subjects Examination Marks
Total
GROUP-A COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Theory Practical Marks
(Any five of the following) Sessional Viva Voce
Met E: 501 Phase Transformations in Solids 100 70 30 200
Met E: 502 Solidification Processes 100 70 30 200
Met E: 503 Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Production
100 70 30 200
Metallurgy
Met E: 504 Deformation and Fracture 100 70 30 200
Met E: 505 Corrosion Engineering 100 70 30 200
Met E: 506 Metal Working Processes 100 70 30 200
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Met E: 507 Production Management 100 70 30 200
Met E: 508 Characterization Techniques 100 70 30 200
Met E: 509 Engineering Ceramics and Composites 100 70 30 200
GROUP-B ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (Any three of the following)
Met E: 510 Powder Metallurgy 100 70 30 200
Met E: 511 Welding Engineering 100 70 30 200
Met E: 512 Heat Treatment of Metals and Alloys 100 70 30 200
Met E: 513 Coating Techniques 100 70 30 200
Met E: 514 Nuclear Reactor Materials 100 70 30 200
Met E: 515 Electrical and Magnetic Materials 100 70 30 200
Met E: 500 Research Thesis

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DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING
The Department of Mining Engineering was established in 1954 as part of the then
Maclagan Engineering College. Currently it has an enrollment of about 50 students
pursuing undergraduate studies in Mining Engineering. The department is continuing its
postgraduate programme since 1976 and offers courses for the degrees leading to M.Sc.
and Ph.D. in Mining Engineering. Current enrollment for M.Sc. Mining Engineering
programme are about 10 while three students are enrolled for Ph.D. studies.

The Master's Degree Courses are aimed at bringing the students abreast with the most
recent developments in their fields of specialization. The Master's Degree is offered on
Part-time basis. The Ph.D. Degree programme is, however, offered as Part-time studies
for external students and as part-time studies for the teachers of the department.

The department has a qualified faculty for teaching and research for Master as well
as Ph.D level studies. There is a well-stocked and up to date library and computer centre
for the teachers and postgraduate students. The department offers consultancy and
testing facilities to various Mining, Geotech, Geological and Civil Engineering Companies
as well as Government and public sector agencies involved in Mining, Minerals and
Earth-Sciences fields.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS


Dr. Muhammad Akram Rock Mechanics, Ground Control, Numerical Modeling,
Professor & Chairman Slope Stability Analysis, Geo-statistics
Mr. Naseem Hussain Chatta Mineral Economics
Professor
Dr. S.M. Tariq Controlled Blasting, Blast Vibration Monitoring &
Professor Control, Excavation & Slope Engineering
Rana M. Tayyuib* Mine Safety and Mineral Processing
Professor
Dr. Yaqub Mine Air-conditioning Network analysis for Design, Mine
Assistant Professor Ventilations Surveying
Mr. M. Mansoor Iqbal Rock Slope Engineering, Mineral Processing, Surveying
Assistant Professor
Mr. Shahab Saqib Mineral Processing & Surveying.
Assistant Professor
Mr. Muhammad Azeem Raza Computer Applications in Mining, Non-Explosive Rock
Lecturer Fragmentation, Engineering Geology
* On short term contract

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OUTLINE OF COURSES
M. SC. IN MINING ENGINEERING

Course No Examination Marks Total


Subjects Theory Marks
Practical
Sessional Viva
Voce
Min-E-501 Advanced Mineral Dressing 100 70 30 200
Min-E-502 Advanced Explosive Engg. 100 70 30 200
Min-E-503 Coal Preparation 100 70 30 200
G Min-E-504 Advanced Flotation 100 70 30 200
R Min-E-505 Mineral Economics 100 70 30 200
O Min-E-506 Management Finance 100 70 30 200
U Min-E-507 Non-Explosive Rock Fragmentation 100 70 30 200
P Min-E-508 Management Information System 100 70 30 200
Min-E-509 Design of Mineral Processing 100 70 30 200
A Plants
Min-E-510 Geo-statistical Ore Reserve 100 70 30 200
Modeling
Min-E-511 Mine Cost Analysis 100 70 30 200

Min-E-512 Rock Slope Engineering 100 70 30 200


Min-E-513 Subsidence Engineering 100 70 30 200
Min-E-514 Finite Element Analysis 100 70 30 200
Min-E-515 Excavation Engineering 100 70 30 200
G
Min-E-516 Mine Environments 100 70 30 200
R Min-E-517 Open Pit Planning & Design 100 70 30 200
O
Min-E-518 Modern Mine Management 100 70 30 200
U
Min-E-519 Mine Operation Analysis 100 70 30 200
P
Min-E-520 Surface Coal Mining & Equipment 100 70 30 200
Design
B
Min-E-521 Environmental Controls for 100 70 30 200
Blasting
Min-E-522 Mine System Simulation 100 70 30 200

C Min-E-500
Research Thesis

Note: M.Sc. completion requirements: -


- Total of eight courses, four each from Group A & Group B, and
- Thesis

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DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
Geological Engineering is a relatively new discipline and University of Engineering
and Technology, Lahore introduced it for the first time in Pakistan, in collaboration
with the Mining Engineering Department in 2001. In view of the national demand and
popularity of the degree programme, an independent department Geological
Engineering has been established since January 2006 in its own building.
A bachelor degree in Geological Engineering is the basis of careers concentrating on
the interaction of humans and the earth. Geological Engineering deals with a wide
variety of the resource and geotechnical problems that come with accommodating
more and more people on a finite planet. Foundations for surface structures such as
dams, buildings, roads, under-ground structures i.e. tunnels, shafts and caverns
must be properly evaluated, stabilized and monitored. Groundwater and water
supplies not only properly located but also developed and contaminated sites are
characterized before cleanup. New energy resources must be located and
developed in an environmentally sound manner. Geological Engineers are the
professionals trained to meet these challenges.
The curriculum of Geological Engineering programme has been designed keeping in
view the local needs and international trends. In the first two years the essential
concepts of basic sciences and engineering are taught to give students the required
breadth. The last two years of the programme are designed to give the students the
necessary skills in the following three main areas.
• Rock Engineering and Geo-mechanics (Engineering Geology, Rocks
Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Excavation Engineering, Slope Stability, earthquake
Seismology and Risk Assessment)
• Ground Water and Environmental Science (Groundwater Systems,
Environmental Geology, Hydrogeology , Geological Aspects of Hazardous Waste
Management)
• Exploration of Natural Resources (Geological Exploration, Petroleum Geology,
Well Logging, Drilling Engineering, Seismic Data Processing and Interpretation.)
Key Research Areas
• Characterization of water quality • Water flooding protection in
• Mechanical Excavation and Non- underground mining
explosive rock fragmentation • Geotechnical Instrumentation
• Acid Mine Drainage of Coal Mining • Clay mineralogy
areas
Faculty Members
Dr. Syed Tahir Ali Gillani
Professor and Chairman
Mr. Ali Ahmad Khokar
Professor
Dr. Muhammd Saleem Khan
Associate Professor
Mr. Zubair Abu Baker
Lecturer

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DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM & GAS ENGINEERING
The Department of Petroleum & Gas Engineering has the distinction of being the
pioneer in the country to offer degree courses in petroleum engineering. It was
first instituted in 1969 as a division of Department of Mining Engineering.
Realizing the importance of the discipline and demand by the national petroleum
sector, a full-fledged Department of Petroleum & Gas Engineering was
established in the year 1975. The department has been a major contributor
towards endowing and establishing the profession of Petroleum & Gas
Engineering in Pakistan. The department has always maintained a leading role in
Petroleum Engineering Education.

The great demand from the national petroleum sector and need to develop
indigenous technology motivated for the initiation of postgraduate programme in
Petroleum & Gas Engineering. The Department is offering master's degree
programme in Petroleum & Gas Engineering since 1999 and plans to start the
Ph. D. in Petroleum Engineering as well.

The Master in Petroleum & Gas Engineering is a two-year part time programme.
Besides completion of the required courses, the students have to carry out
comprehensive research projects related to the practical industrial problems.
These projects strengthen the technology support for the industry.

The department has a highly qualified faculty. In addition to the regular faculty,
the department has a number of prominent petroleum engineers on its list of
experts who can be invited as visiting teachers, research advisors and
examiners. The research interests of the faculty include Reservoir Engineering,
Production Engineering, Drilling Engineering, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Reservoir
Simulation, and Well Logging Interpretation.

The department has the facility of well equipped laboratories and a well stocked
library. The students are also encouraged to use computers in their projects and
class assignments.

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POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Engr. Ahmed Saeed Khan Reservoir Engineering,
Professor Pressure Transient Testing of Wells,
Reservoir Simulation
Engr. Amanat Ali Bhatti Production Engineering,
Assistant Professor Reservoir Simulation,
Well Log Interpretation
Engr. Azam Khan Production Engineering, Petroleum
Assistant Professor Economics,
Drilling Engineering & Formation
Evaluation
Engr. Muhammad Khurram Production Engineering, Reservoir
Zahoor Simulation, Enhanced Oil Recovery &
Artificial Lift Techniques
Assistant
Professor
OUTLINE OF COURSES
M. Sc. in
PETROLEUM & GAS ENGINEERING

Course Subjects Examination Marks


No Theory Practical Total

GROUP-A COMPULSORY SUBJECTS Sessional Viva Marks


(All six of the following) Voce

Pet. E: 501 Enhanced Oil Recovery 100 60 40 200


Pet. E: 502 Advanced Well Testing 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 503 Advanced Production Engineering 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 504 Advanced Drilling Engineering 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 505 Technology of Artificial Lift 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 506 Reservoir Simulation – I 100 60 40 200
GROUP-B ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (Any two of the following)
Pet. E: 511 Naturally Fractured Reservoirs 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 512 Mechanics of Gas Flow in Porous Media 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 513 Well Log Interpretation 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 514 Reservoir Simulation-II 100 60 40 200

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Pet. E: 515 Petroleum Economics 100 60 40 200
Pet. E: 500 Research Thesis

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
The Department of Architecture is a major department of the School of
Architecture and Design. It was established in 1962. It has the distinction of
being the first in the country to offer a bachelor’s degree in Architecture. The
Department, thus, has been the fundamental contributor towards the founding
and establishment of the profession of Architecture in Pakistan and maintaining
its leading role in further higher programmes of Architectural education. These
programmes include Master of Architecture (M.Arch) Master of Philosophy (M.
Phil) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D).
The Master’s degree programme in Architecture was instituted in 1990. The
M.Arch is primarily a taught course though the research content is also
significant. Both options of courses, one year full time and two year part time,
are offered. Ever since it began, students from all over the country as well as
from abroad have shown keen interest to obtain admission. The M.Arch students
have carried out comprehensive research projects related to various aspects of
our built environment and architectural heritage. The projects help understand
hitherto unexposed aspects of our built environment and propose innovative
solutions. The M. Phil and Ph.D. courses are by research only.

The department has a highly qualified faculty. At present six of the eighteen
faculty members hold Ph.D. degrees. Another two are reading for the degree of
Ph.D. In addition to the regular faculty, the department also invites a number of
prominent architects and other professionals from the field as visiting teachers,
members of jury and examiners. Most of the faculty is also involved in research.
The research interests of faculty include architectural heritage of Pakistan,
conservation of historic built environment, energy studies, planning and design
for disaster-prone areas, housing and urban studies.

In addition to above, a fully equipped departmental computer laboratory has also


been set up to meet the academic and research requirements. The department
is also working to establish a Centre for Architecture in Pakistan, which will focus
on studying the past, present and the future trends for the development of built
environment in Pakistan.

The working environment within the Department is pleasant and intimate.


Contributing factors towards which are the small number of admissions each
year and a high teacher student ratio. The department also offers a pleasant
working environment for girl students. The tradition of co-education in the
department spans over three decades and recently the proportion of girl
students has been more than fifty percent.

The postgraduate programmes offered are meant for mature architects. It is


generally expected that architects who wish to join these programmes have had
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significant professional experience and that they have developed an interest in
some particular aspects of the built environment which they wish to explore
further. It is hoped that these programmes will help, develop the culture of
research and enquiry beyond the realm of academic world, and will thus
contribute towards the maturity of the profession of architecture in Pakistan.

POST GREADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS

Mr. Ikram Ali Shah Gelani Human Settlements in Muslim countries,


Project Management
Professor and Director of
School
Dr. Abdul Rehman Urban Design, Architectural Heritage in Pakistan
Professor and Chairman
Dr. M. Yusuf Awan Conservation of Built Heritage, World Civilizations &
Architectural Heritage, Cultural Heritage of Pakistan
Professor
Dr. Siddiq-e-Akbar Housing in Disaster-prone Areas
Professor
Dr. Arif Qayyum Butt Human Settlement Planning, Urban Development
Professor Planning and Low Income Urban Housing
Dr. Neelum Naz External Environment,
Sustainability and User Satisfaction in Housing
Professor
Mr. Muhammad Arshad Physical Environmental Studies, Solar Architecture,
Associate Professor Urban Domestic Architecture
Ms Shama Ambrine Utilization of technological advancements for Conservation of
Lecturer Built Heritage
A Comparative Study Focused on the Extent of Technology
used in various projects undertaken by Public, Private and
International Agencies in Pakistan

COURSES OF READING AND SYLLABI


OUTLINE OF COURSES PART “A” (Any four of the following subjects)

Examination Marks Total


Ref. No. Marks
Subject
Theory Practical
Sessional Paper Sessional Paper
First Term
Arch: 601 Management 25 75 50 50 200

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Communication 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 602
Architectural Heritage of 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 603 Pakistan
25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 604 Interaction of Social and
Built Environment
Architectural Construction 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 605 Services and Technology
Architectural Design-I 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 606
OUTLINE OF COURSES PART “B” (Any four of the following subjects)
Second Term
Arch: 611 Project Evaluation 25 75 50 50 200
Project Planning and Site 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 612 Management
Conservation and Preservation 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 613 of Architectural Heritage
25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 614 Urban Design
Advanced Physical 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 615 Environmental Studies
Architectural Design-II 25 75 50 50 200
Arch: 616
Dissertation (Compulsory)
Arch: 620

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DEPARTMENT OF CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING
The Department of City and Regional Planning (CRP) established in 1962, holds
the honor to be the most prestigious and the instigating institution of City &
Regional Planning education in Pakistan. Holding a splendid track record of
more than forty years education, training and research in the field of City and
Regional Planning, the department acts as the flagship institute of Planning and
Development in Pakistan. The department offers B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil., and
Ph.D. Degree Programs in the field of City & Regional Planning. The degrees
offered by the department are recognized and accredited by Pakistan Council of
Architects and Town Planners, Higher Education Commission, Pakistan and
honored and accepted at the International City and Regional Planning Institutes
and professional bodies all over the World.
The curriculum of City and Regional Planning Degree Program includes all
components of built environment encompassing housing, urban studies,
transportation planning, environmental planning, rural and regional development,
and community empowerment, ensuring the production of technically strong and
highly equipped City and Regional Planners. The graduates of this profession
are not only playing the role doctors of cities, but also enjoying the honor of
holding key portfolios in government, semi-government, and national and
international NGOs.
POSTGRADUATE COURSES OF STUDY
• M.Sc. Degree in City and Regional Planning
• M.Phil. Degree in City and Regional Planning
• Ph.D. Degree in City and Regional Planning
M.Sc. Degree in City and Regional Planning
The M.Sc. Degree program in City and Regional Planning was introduced in
1962, a year ahead of the formal initiation of B.Sc. Degree program in CRP. The
M.Sc. program had its second beginning in the year 1984 through its Academic
Link Program with the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Afterwards the
department was again able to establish a new Academic Link Program with the
Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. Thus M.Sc. program is running
successfully since 1984 and producing top quality City and Regional Planning
experts for extending quality services both in the country and abroad.
M.Phil. & Ph.D. Degree in City and Regional Planning
The two years M. Phil. Degree program in CRP is a research degree program
which is exclusively arranged for senior planners, who are intending to do
research on a variety of planning issues of their interest and choice.
In the backdrop of present government’s firm commitment to foster Indigenous
Ph.D. research in the country, the department has contributed its due share
towards achieving this goal. The department is highly equipped with the required
research facilities like latest research laboratories and the library. Presently,
there are about ten students who are doing their Ph.D. research on various
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planning issues. The Ph.D. program has been able to attract the in-house faculty
as well as planners from the field.
LIBRARY AND EQUIPMENTS
The department has a well stocked library, with a wide range of books,
international journals, reports and other documents related with the field of City
and Regional Planning. The departmental library has been established with the
assistance of British Government. The department is also equipped with the
modern teaching and research facilities including modern audio visual aids such
as Multimedia Projectors Aids, Digital Planimeters, Pantographs, Electronic
Drafting Tables, Color Plotters, Laser Printers, A0 Size Digitizers, Scanners,
Noise Meters, Flue Gas Analyzers and water testing equipment.
COMPUTER LABORATORY
The departmental computer laboratory has been established with the latest
Pentium-IV micro computers along with the allied computer accessories. The
laboratory is fully equipped with the modern scanning, printing and plotting
facilities. The departmental computer laboratory and library remain open from
morning till evening for research work of both undergraduate and postgraduate
students of the department.
RESEARCH EXTENSION & ADVISORY SERVICE
The department has demonstrated its capabilities to disseminate knowledge
beyond the four walls of the Campus by holding seminars, workshops and
symposia for this purpose. The department offers short courses for organizations
which need exposure to their personnel about different aspects of Physical and
Environmental Planning. The department also offers short training courses in
Computer Aided Design (CAD) and other computer applications such as
Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), Geographic Information System
(GIS) and MS Office in the evening time.
The faculty members also extend consultancy and advisory services to
government and non-governmental organizations. The department has
successfully completed a number of planning projects such as preparation of
Master Plans, Katchi Abadi Improvement Plans, and designing of Housing
Schemes etc.
POSTGRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Dr. S. Shabih-ul-Hassan Zaidi Housing, Urban Planning, Environmental Planning and
Professor and Dean GIS Applications in Planning
Mr. Qamar-ul-Islam Rural and Regional Planning,
Professor & Chairman Participatory Development Planning
Dr. Ihsanullah Bajwa Urban Planning and Land Development
Professor
Dr. Tariq Habib Malik Housing Finance
Professor
Dr. Ghulam Abbas Anjum Public Transport Planning and Housing
Professor
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Mr. Nasim-ul-Haq Farooqi Urban Transportation and Environmental Planning
Associate Professor
Dr. Rizwan Hameed Environmental Planning and Management,
Associate Professor Transport and Environment
Mr. Obaidullah Nadeem Land use Traffic Interaction, Environmental Impact
Assistant Professor Assessment, and GIS
Mr. Ijaz Ahmad Regional and Community Development Planning,
Assistant Professor Urban Infrastructure Planning and GIS Applications in
Planning
Mr. Shaker Mahmood Mayo Regional/District Development Participatory Planning
Assistant Professor Workshop, Urban Settlements Planning

COURSES OF READING AND SYLLABI


Course Course Title Contact Examination Marks
No. Hrs Part I Part II (Practical) Total
Th Pr (Theory) Sessional Viva-Voice Marks
GROUP (A) Compulsory Subjects (4 to 6 subjects to be opted)
CRP: 501 Planning Theory 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 502 Comparative Urban Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 503 Regional Development Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 504 Planning Research Methods 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 505 Advanced Planning Techniques 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 506 Housing Policy & Practice 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 507 Urban Transportation Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 508 Environmental Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
GROUP (B) Elective Subjects (2 to 4 subjects to be opted)
CRP: 509 Public Transport Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 510 Local Planning Practice 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 511 Environment, Resources and 2 2 100 60 40 200
Development
CRP: 512 Urban Design 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 513 Rural Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 514 Geographical Information Systems 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 515 Community Organization and 2 2 100 60 40 200
Development
CRP: 516 Mathematical Models in Planning 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 517 Urban Land Management 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 518 Planning Implementation 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 519 Project Appraisal 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 520 Transport and the Environment 2 2 100 60 40 200
CRP: 521 Guided Individual Studies in Urban 2 2 100 60 40 200
and Regional Planning
CRP: 522 Research Thesis 0 12 0 120 80 200

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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
The history of Department of Chemistry is as old as 1923. It was know as
“Science Department” in the days of Maclagen Engineering College Lahore,
which offered the subjects of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics to engineering
disciplines; however, independent Department of Chemistry was established in
1961, when McLegon College of Engineering was upgraded to University. It was
a supporting department for teaching Applied Chemistry courses to engineering
disciplines until 1994.

The department started M. Sc. Applied Chemistry program in 1995 and M. Phil.
Chemistry in 2001. The other academic program includes, Doctor of Philosophy
(Ph. D.) in Chemistry. The first Ph.D. degree was awarded by the department in
1986. The department is also offering Applied Chemistry courses to engineering
disciplines e.g. Chemical, Polymer, Metallurgical, Mining, Geological and
Petroleum & Gas. Compulsory factory training is a part of curriculum. The main
objective of the training is collaboration between chemistry and industry.

Promotion of higher education and postgraduate research continues to be the


main objective to the department. The department has several dozen HEC M.
Phil. Leading to Ph.D. students.

Advancements in science and technology, development of new fields and


discoveries in the field of chemistry have been kept abreast by regularly updating
the curriculum. The curricula and syllabi are relevant to the HEC criteria and
international standards. Besides core courses; a number of specialization
courses like electrochemistry and clean energy (fuel cell chemistry and
technology), Corrosion Chemistry and Technology, material chemistry, green
chemistry, chemometrics, co-ordination chemistry, environmental chemistry,
polymer chemistry, and advanced courses in analytical chemistry are being
offered by the department at postgraduate level. The department has well
equipped laboratories.

The department has a highly qualified faculty with the capabilities to use new and
improved teaching techniques to meet the diverse needs of curriculum. It is
committed to educate and train students as skilled professionals. The department
has an enriched educational and research environment that reflects our tradition
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department has brought about a large number of publications in journals of
national and international repute.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERETS


Dr. Inam-ul-Haque Physical Chemistry, Electrochemistry
Professor & Chairman
Dr. Fazeelat Tahira Organic Chemistry & Geochemistry
Professor Petroleum Chemistry, Biomarker
Chemistry &
Natural Product Chemistry
Dr. Saeed Ahmad Inorganic Chemistry
Associate Professor Coordination Chemistry
Mr. Zamir Ahmad Ansari Biochemistry
Assistant Professor
Mr. M. Khurram Naseem Organic Chemistry
Qureshi *
Assistant Professor
Dr. Syeda Rubina Gilani Inorganic & Analytical Chemistry
Assistant Professor
Mrs. Aisha Chaudhry* Inorganic & Analytical Chemistry
Assistant Professor
Mr. Khurram Saleem Joya Physical Chemistry
Lecturer
Ms. Farhat Yasmeen* Analytical Chemistry
Lecturer
Ms. Arjumand Iqbal Organic Chemistry
Durrani*
Lecturer
Mr. Muhammad Asif** Organic Chemistry & Geochemistry
Lecturer
Mr. Ijaz-ul-Mohsin Polymer Chemistry
Lecturer
Miss. Hina Saleem Organic Chemistry
Lecturer

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Miss. Maheen Gul * Bioinorganic Chemistry
Lecturer
* On higher studies abroad
** On leave

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OUTLINES OF COURSES FOR M.Sc. APPLIED CHEMISTRY

First Year
Course Credit* Marks
No. Course Title Hours Part-I Part-II Total
First Term
CY-501 Inorganic Chemistry-I 3,1 100 50 150
CY-502 Organic Chemistry-I 3,1 100 50 150
CY-503 Physical Chemistry-I 3,1 100 50 150
CY-504 Industrial Chemistry-I 3,1 100 50 150
CY-505 Mathematics for Chemists 3,0 100 - 100
*: 3 theory lectures and 1 practical (4 periods) per week; Part-I : Theory; Part-II : Practical + sessional
Second Term
CY-506 Inorganic Chemistry-II 3,1 100 50 150
CY-507 Organic Chemistry-II 3,1 100 50 150
CY-508 Physical Chemistry-II 3,1 100 50 150
CY-509 Industrial Chemistry-II 3,1 100 50 150
CY-510 Computer for Chemists 2,1 75 50 125
Second Year
Third Term
Papers I-III to be selected according to specialization in one of the fields: Analytical Chemistry
(CY-513 to 515), Biochemistry (CY-521 to 523), Environmental Chemistry (CY-531 to 533),
Inorganic Chemistry (CY-541 to 543) Organic Chemistry (CY-552 to 554) and Physical chemistry
(CY-561 to 565). For Paper-IV, course No. CY-551 is common to all the divisions.
Paper−I 3,1 100 50 150
Paper−II 3,1 100 50 150
Paper−III 3,1 100 50 150
Paper−IV 3,1 100 50 150
CY-511** Factory Training & Seminar 0,4 - 100 100
** Factory Training for six weeks shall be completed as part of the M.Sc Applied Chemistry
course during summer vacations
Fourth Term
Papers V-VI to be opted in one of the selected field of specialization: Analytical Chemistry (CY-
516 to 517), Biochemistry (CY-524 to 525), Environmental Chemistry (CY-534 to 535), Inorganic
Chemistry (CY-544 to 545) Organic Chemistry (CY-555 to 558) and Physical chemistry (CY-566
to 569). Research Thesis shall start in the third term and complete at the end of fourth term.
Paper−V 2,0 75 25 100
Paper−VI 2,0 75 25 100
CY-512 Research Thesis & Seminar 0,6 - 300 300
Total Credit Hrs: 68

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Outlines of Courses for M. Phil. Chemistry
Course No. Course Title Cr. Hrs. Marks
First Term
CY-700 Applied Electrochemistry-I 3,0 100
CY-711 Chemistry and Biosynthesis of Secondary Metabolites 3,0 100
CY-726 Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques 3,0 100
CY-727 Coordination Chemistry 3,0 100
Second Term
Three courses to be selected in one of the fields of specialization: Advanced Physical Chemistry
(CY-701 to 705), Advanced Organic/Geo-Chemistry (CY-713 to 721) or Analytical/Inorganic
Chemistry (CY-728 to 735). Fourth Course (CY-712) shall be common to all the divisions.
Physical Chemistry
CY-701 Applied Chemical Kinetics and Quantum Mechanics-I 3,0 100
CY-702 Applied Surface Chemistry-I 3,0 100
CY-703 Applied Electrochemistry-II 3,0 100
CY-704 Applied Chemical Kinetics and Quantum Mechanics-II 3,0 100
CY-705 Applied Surface Chemistry-II 3,0 100
Organic/Geo-Chemistry
CY-712 Advanced Organic Chemistry Projects 3,0 100
CY-713 Advanced Analytical Techniques in Organic Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-714 Advanced Color Chemistry and Technology 3,0 100
CY-715 Modern methods of Organic Synthesis 3,0 100
CY-716 Heterocyclic Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-717 Asymmetric Synthesis 3,0 100
CY-718 Advanced Organic Geochemistry 3,0 100
CY-719 Biomarker in Sedimentary Environment 3,0 100
CY-720 Petroleum Chemistry & Petrochemicals 3,0 100
CY-721 Petroleum Geology 3,0 100
Inorganic/Analytical Chemistry
CY-728 Advanced NMR Spectroscopy 3,0 100
CY-729 Reaction Mechanisms in Inorganic Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-730 Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-731 Material Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-732 Organometallic Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-733 Homogeneous Catalysis 3,0 100
CY-734 Bioinorganic Chemistry 3,0 100
CY-735 X-ray Diffraction Techniques 3,0 100
Third and Fourth Terms
CY-801 Research Thesis and Seminars 0,6 300
Total Credit Hrs: 30

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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Most of the degree programmes offered by different departments of the university
have courses in applied mathematics and statistics as an integral part of their
curricula. The Department has the responsibility of planning and teaching these
courses. In addition, the department itself offers the courses of study in M.Sc.
(applied mathematics) M.Phil (applied mathematics) and Ph.D. degree in
mathematics.
M.Sc. Applied Mathematics is a full time 2 years course (a year consisting of two
terms). During the first three terms a student shall have to study five theory
courses in every term. During the fourth term a student shall study either five
theory papers or four theory papers and shall write a project on a topic approved
by the Postgraduate Research Committee of the Department. There will be viva-
voce examination of the project. The department also offers this course in the
evening.
Postgraduate classes started in Mathematics Department in 1988. Since then the
course of M.Phil in Mathematics is being conducted smoothly. The M.Phil Applied
Mathematics programme is a full-time two year course on term basis. During first
two terms the students study eight theory courses and the 3rd & 4th terms are
meant for research work. The programme for part-time students extends over a
period of three years. The Ph.D. programme has also been launched and in the
recent past the department has registered research scholars for this programme.
Research is an essential component of the academic pursuits of the faculty
members and the postgraduate students. The work of the faculty is published in
national and international journals. The department is also equipped with a
computer laboratory and internet facility.
A large number of institutions and organizations seek consultancy and advisory
services of the faculty members and benefit from their expertise.
POST GRADUATE FACULTY & RESEARCH INTERESTS
Dr. Nawazish Ali Shah Computational Fluid Mechanics
Professor & Dean Boundary Element Methods
Dr. Muhammad Ozair Ahmad Numerical Methods, Numerical Solutions of Partial
Professor & Chairman Differential Equations, Symbolic Computation.
Mr. Saeed Ahmad Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Physics
Associate Professor
Mr. Maqbool Ahmad Ch. Numerical Analysis, Quantitative Analysis,
Associate Professor Operational Research, Mathematical Physics

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Mr. Nazir Ahmad Shahid Numerical Analysis
Associate Professor Mathematical Simulation Techniques
Mr. Muhammad Naeem Gul Numerical Analysis, Numerical Solutions of ODE’s
Assistant Professor Computer Graphics, Operational Research
Mr. Nazir Ahmad Ch. Operational Research
Assistant Professor
Mr. Muhammad Shafique Numerical Analysis
Assistant Professor
Mr. Muhammad Naeem Functional Analysis
Assistant Professor
Mr. Muhammad Mushtaq Fluid Mechanics
Assistant Professor
Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Bhatti Functional Analysis
Assistant Professor

Outline Of Course For M.Phil. In Applied Mathematics


Course Title Credit Hours Marks
No.
FIRST TERM
AM – 101 Viscous Fluid Flow 3 100
AM – 102 Integral Transforms 3 100
AM – 103 Advanced Numerical Analysis 3 100
AM – 104 Applied Linear Algebra 3 100
TOTAL 12 400
SECOND TERM
AM – 201 Compressible Fluid Flow 3 100
AM – 202 Numerical Solutions of PDE’s 3 100
OPTIONAL COURSES
The student will have choice of two courses out of the following:
AM – 203 Magnetohydrodynamics 3 100
AM – 204 Electrohydrodynamics 3 100
AM – 205 Perturbation Methods in Fluid Mechanics 3 100
AM – 206 General Theory of Relativity 3 100
AM – 207 Analytical Dynamics 3 100
AM – 208 Mathematical Statistics 3 100
AM – 209 Numerical Solutions of Integral Equations 3 100
AM – 210 Advanced Operations Research 3 100
AM – 211 Applied Functional Analysis 3 100
AM – 212 Advance Theory of Splines 3 100
TOTAL 12 400
THIRD AND FOURTH TERM
RESEARCH THESIS 400
Outline Of Course For M.Sc. Applied Mathematics
Course Title Credit Hours Marks
No.
FIRST TERM
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MA-1001 Real Analysis – I 4 100
MA-1002 Algebra and Topology 4 100
MA-1003 Complex Analysis 4 100
MA-1004 Vectors and Tensor Analysis 4 100
MA-1005 Differential Equations 4 100
TOTAL 20 500
SECOND TERM
MA-2001 Real Analysis – II 4 100
MA-2002 Linear Algebra 4 100
MA-2003 Methods of Mathematical Physics 4 100
MA-2004 Classical Mechanics 4 100
MA-2005 Computer Programming 4 (Th)+ 2 (Pr) 60 + 40
TOTAL 22 500
THIRD TERM
MA-3001 Fluid Mechanics – I 4 100
MA-3002 Partial Differential Equations 4 100
MA-3003 Numerical Methods 4 100
OPTIONAL COURSES (The student will have choice of two courses out of the following)
MA-3004 Mathematical Statistics 4 100
MA-3005 Theory of Relativity 4 100
MA-3006 Analytical Dynamics 4 100
MA-3005 Differential Geometry 4 100
MA-3006 Discrete Mathematics 4 100
TOTAL 20 500
FOURTH TERM
MA-4001 Fluid Mechanics – II 4 100
MA-4002 Quantum Mechanics 4 100
MA-4003 Electromagnetic Theory 4 100
OPTIONAL COURSES: The student will have choice of one or two courses out of the following
depending on wheather he/she is taking the project or not.
MA-4004 Theory of Elasticity 4 100
MA-4005 Integral Equations & Variational Cal. 4 100
MA-4006 Operational Research 4 100
MA-4005 Theory of Automata 4 100
MA-4006 Functional Analysis 4 100
TOTAL 20 500
FOURTH TERM
MA-4000 Project 4 100

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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
The department offers the following Postgraduate Programmes:

(i) M.Sc.

(ii) M.Phil

(iii) Ph.D.

The faculty is highly qualified and motivated.The interdisciplinary curriculam


draws on faculty expertise in many areas of Applied Physics and includes such
courses as Laser Physics, Applied Meteorology, Atomic & Nuclear Physics, Solid
State Physics, Computer Science and its applications, Electronics etc.
The curriculum of M.Sc. & M.Phil in Applied Physics balances many important
dimensions of both General & Applied Physics employing both conceptual and
technical approaches. The programmes provide students with a solid base of
general skills through core courses, then enriches that knowledge through
specialized advanced electives & laboratory work and research in various fields
of Physics. The students are expected to undergo research projects with the
guidance and supervision of a highly qualified faculty.
The supervised research by postgraduate Studies in important areas of Applied
Physics is also being done in collaboration with R & D organizations like PAEC,
Optics Lab, Institute of Optronics & Inmol etc.
There are five well equipped Laboratories in the department along with an
Advanced Physics laboratory in the Research Centre.The Laboratory work is
backed up by well-equipped laboratories where students have the opportunity to
perform experiments of an advanced level with the special emphasis on the
applied concepts of Physics.
In addition to above Laser and Optronics Centre has been
established with the state-of-the-art Laboratory equipment.

The Department is also offering Ph.D. programme in important


areas of Applied Physics. One student has completed Ph.D. degree
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as per new HEC criteria whereas eight have been registered under
this programme.

POST GRADUATE FACULTY


Dr. M. Khaleeq -ur- Rahman Dr. Muhammad Shahid Rafique
Professor and Chairman Associate Professor
Dr. Muhammad Iqbal** Mr. Anwar Latif
Associate Professor Assistant Professor
Mr. Abdul Waheed Anwar* Mr. Ather Mahmood*
Lecturer Lecturer
Mr. Ahmad Shuaib* Mr. Rashid Jalil
Lecturer Lecturer
Mr. Muhammad Imran Ms. Ishrat Mubeen
Lecturer Lecturer
Ms. Ibtsam Riaz Mr. Shahbaz Anwar
Lecturer Lecturer
Ms. Sofia Siddique Mrs. Shamaila Shahzadi*
Lecturer Lecturer
Mr. Khurram Siraj* Mrs. Rehana Sharif*
Lecturer/Research Associate Lecturer/Research Associate
Ms. Saba Saeed Ms. Umber Kalsoom
Lecturer/Research Associate Lecturer/Research Associate
Mr. Usman Ilyas
Lecturer/Research Associate
* On higher Studies/ Deputation aboard.
** On Ex-Pakistan leave

Course Scheme for M.Sc. Applied Physics


First Year
First Term
Course Title of Course Marks
No.
Phy-501 Mathematical Methods of Physics-I 03 100
Phy-502 Classical Mechanics 03 100
Phy-503 Electronics and Communication Theory 03 100
Phy-504 Thermal & Statistical Physics (New) 03 100
Phy-505 Electronics Lab 03 100
Second Term
Phy-506 Electrodynamics 03 100
Phy-507 Quantum Mechanics-I 03 100
Phy-508 Mathematical Methods of Physics-II (New) 03 100
Phy-509 Solid State Physics 03 100
Phy-510 Modern Physics and Electricity-Magnetism 03 100
Lab.

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Second Year
Third Term
Phy-601 Quantum Mechanics II (New) 03 100
Phy-602 Laser Physics (New) 03 100
Phy-603 Plasma Physics (New) 03 100
Phy-604 Computer Science (theory + lab) 03 100
Phy-605 Nuclear Physics 03 100
Fourth Term
COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
Phy-606 Semiconductor Optoelectronics (New) 03 100
Phy-607 Medical And Health Physics 03 100
Phy-608 Environmental Physics 03 100
OPTIONAL (Any one of the following)
Phy-609 Advance Electronics 03 100
Phy-610 Advance Electronics Lab 03 100
OR
Phy-611 Atmospheric Science & Meteorology 03 100
Phy-612 Atmospheric Science & Meteorology Lab 03 100

OR
THESIS 06 200
NOTE: Research for Thesis will be started in the 3rd Term of Second Year and
completed at the end of 4th Term of Second year.

Course Scheme for M. Phil Applied Physics


FIRST TERM The department will offer Four courses from the following list in 1st
term.
Phy-701 Plasma Physics
Phy-702 Physics of the Materials
Phy-703 Atmospheric Physics
Phy-704 Lasers
Phy-705 Experimental Techniques
SECOND Four optional courses from the following list are to be selected in the
TERM 2nd term
Phy-706 Cloud Physics
Phy-707 Advanced Lasers & Techniques
Phy-708 Applied Meterology
Phy-709 Health & Medical Physics
Phy-710 Physics of Advanced Materials
Phy-711 Atmospheric Electricity
Phy-712 Advanced Plasma Physics Techniques & Applications
Phy-713 Environmental Physics
Phy-714 Computer programming ( will be submitted after receipt from
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Computer Science Department).
3rd & 4th Phy-800 Thesis
TERM

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DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES, MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Faculty Members
Syed Masood Haider Zaidi Ms. Amna Shafiq
Chairman Lecturer
Ms. Saiyada Qasim Zaidi Ms. Sabika Khurram
Assistant Professor Lecturer
Mr. M. Ajmal Khursheed Ms. Alia Saleem Naushahi
Lecturer Lecturer
Mr. Muhammad Islam Mian Muhammad Rauf Akhter
Lecturer Lecturer
Mr. Rashid Parwaz
Lecturer

The general objective of the courses in the Department of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences are to offset the
narrowness of perception and outlook that results from early specialization in a technical field. The department offers
courses in such disciplines as Communication Skills, Industrial & Engineering Economics, Project Management,
Concumer Behavior, Marketing, Economics for Planners and Management subjects. Since engineers are responsible
members of commercial enterprises and technical associations of a relatively high caliber, these disciplines help them to
perform better in their job assignments and become high acheivers in their respective fields.

English is the medium for all technical and scientific disciplines in Pakistan.The department offers courses in
remedial English and Technical Report writing. The department also offers a course entitled Ethics and Pakistan
Studies especially designed for Non-Muslim students, who take it up in lieu of a compulsory course that is Islamic &
Pak Studies.
DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES
The engineering curricula in the University are supplemented with courses in Islamic Studies. These are meant to
appraise the students of the cultural, political, economic and other aspects of Islamic Ideology, to make them realize the
richness of their heritage and enable them to be not only competent engineers but also staunch Muslims.

Courses Offered
For the realization of these objectives the subject of Islamic studies was introduced in the University as an optional
subject in 1961. In the subsequent years, due to its importance the subject was made compulsory for all the Muslim
students and its scope was progressively enlarged. Now the department teaches Islamic Studies to the Engineering
classes as well as Architecture and City & Regional Planning.

In 1982 the Government of Pakistan prescribed Pakistan Studies as an essential component of the syllabi at all levels of
education. Since then the Department is teaching this subject also.

Research and Other Activities


The teachers of the department are engaged in writing research papers and articles on the socio-economic problems of the country
and their solutions.

Faculty Members
Dr. Hafiz M. Israeil Farooqui Syed M. Nadeem Shah Bukhari (Pak-Studies)*
Professor and Chairman Research Associate/Lecturer
Dr. Muhammad Khan Malik Mr. Zia-ur-Rahman (Islamic Studies)*
Assistant Professor Research Associate/Lecturer
Mr. Atiq-ur-Rahman Hafiz Zahid Latif (Islamic Studies)
Lecturer Research Associate/Lecturer
Hafiz Muhammad Shahbaz (Islamic Studies) Ms. Gul Saria Ashraf (Pak-Studies)
Research Associate/Lecturer Research Associate/Lecturer
* on study leave
AL-KHAWARIZMI INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER SCIENCES
Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science (KICS) is an institute of applied
research covering the general area of Information Technology and Computer
Science. The name of the institute has been chosen to honor and commemorate
one of the greatest Muslim thinkers and mathematicians, namely Al-Khawarizmi
Abu Musa, who lived and worked in a small town of Azerbaijan from 780 AD to
850 AD. Al-Khawarizmi is recognized in learned circles not only as the father of
Algebra, but also the inventor of the concept of 'Algorithm'. In fact the word
algorithm is simply believed to be a corruption of Al-Khawarizmi. Therefore, Al-
Khawarizmi is rightfully acknowledged as the inventor of all the mathematical
concepts used by Alan Turing and John Von Nuemann to introduce their
respective models for digital computers.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
KICS has been established to conduct research and development activities in the
areas of Computer Science, Telecommunications and Advance Electronics, in
collaboration with Industries, International Research and Academic Organization.
The efforts is to address fundamental factors constraining Pakistan from
emerging as a industrialized nation; such as
• Development of world class applied research resources in Pakistan.
• Development of a stream of good teachers and researchers in the area of
IT, Telecommunication and Electronics in Pakistan.
• To gather the best talent and provide them with an environment and focus
for creating new technologies and products.
• To create national self-sufficiency, especially in the public sector, by
addressing problems unique to Pakistan.
• To addressing certain high-tech sensitive areas where technology cannot
feasibly be imported from abroad.
• To develop a tradition of world-class research in Pakistan in mathematical
algorithms, IT, Telecommunication & Electronics.
• To pursue education and research, in collaboration with a highly
accredited universities in the west at postgraduate level, and award
masters and doctorate degrees by research.
• To advised research thesis for Masters & Ph.D. students from Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science, Mechatronics & Control and Industrial
Engineering Departments.
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• Gather best available Pakistani talent in one place in Pakistan and provide
an environment for creating new technologies and products for promoting
export from Pakistan.
KICS has undertaken projects in the following areas:-
4G Mobile Wireless Technologies (WiMax)
Digital Content Protection and Digital Rights Managements
Design of Modems and Software Define Radio
Automated University Management System
Medical Management Systems
Automated Utility Metering
Enterprise Management Information System (EMIS)
Automated Test Management System
GSM Based Security System
Optical Networking Technologies
Multicore Processor Performance Evaluation
Open Source Tools and Technologies Development
DSP Trainer Development
Energy Invoice Processing Automation System Development
Chairman Faculty
Board of Governors Prof. Dr. Zubair A. Khan
Consultant/Principal Investigator
Lt. Gen (R) Muhammad Akram Khan Prof. Dr. Muhammad Naeem Ayyaz
Director Consultant/Principal Investigator
Dr. Muid Mufti
Prof. Dr. Waqar Mahmood Consultant/Principal Investigator
Technical Committee Dr. Akmal Butt.
Professor
Prof. Dr. Naveed Malik Dr. Abdul Waheed
Vice-Chancellor, Virtual University, Lahore Adjunct Faculty Member
Prof. Dr. Fakhar Lodhi
Professor,
FAST National University, Lahore
Dr. Hamayun Mushtaq Mian
Research & Office Staff
Abd ur Rehman Mirza Muzammil Baig Sohail Shahzad
Adeel Ahmed Muhammad Asif Raza Umar Khayyam
Asif Khalil M. Hassan Jamal Zafar Imran
Fadia Shah M. Imran Sarwar Zahid Iqbal
Muhammad Wasim Musharaf
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Farzeen Abbas Dar Imran Ali Shah
Haleema Mehmood Qanita Ahmad Irfan Younas
Hasan Saghir Ruqayya Akbar Khurram Shahzad
Iman Mustafa Sana Riaz M Aamir Mughal
Imran Javed Sarfraz Alam Muhammad Javed
Imran Sarwar Shahid Awan Niamat Ali
Iram Naseer Shoaib Akram Rizwan Shahid
Jamshaid Iqbal Janjua Shoukat Ali
Madiha manzoor

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DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH, EXTENSION & ADVISORY
SERVICES
Director General Research
Prof. Dr. K.E. Durrani

The Directorate performs a variety of functions to promote research, extension


and advisory services in the University. These include the following.
(a) Function of the Directorate
• Regulate M.Sc., M.Phil, and Ph.D. programmes
• Provide funds and monitor faculty research
• Provide funds for M.Sc., M.Phil and Ph.D. Research
• Approve, thesis titles, supervisors and examiners
• Co-ordinate the split Ph.D. programme with foreign universities.
• Award of Research Assistantships
• Sponsoring collaborative research work in Engineering and Architecture, City
& Regional Planning and allied disciplines at the University and promote the
research work
• Coordinating advisory services of the university for the benefit of the
government departments and industries
• Arranging evaluation of research publications of faculty members and
publishing of Research Journal of the University

(b) Research Centre


Research is an essential element of higher education. In the realization of this
objective, soon after its establishment in 1961, the University set up a Directorate
to organize and promote Research and Advisory Services. However, the
phenomenal increase in the number of students at the undergraduate level, so
over-whelmed the University that the development of research lagged behind
considerably.

To arrest this situation, an effort was made in 1986 to establish an Advanced


Research Centre, but unfortunately it could not take off, due to lack of financial
support by the Government. However, in 1998-99 it was decided to set up a
Research Centre at the University from its own resources to start with. An
adequate space has been allocated for the Centre out of the existing academic
blocks. Necessary equipment and machinery is also being arranged for the
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Centre from various sources. A faculty unmatched in caliber is already available
in the University, which can conduct and guide research in the fields of vital
importance for the economic development of the country. In addition, full-time
research assistants have been registered for post-graduate research and M.Sc.
studies on a stipend of Rs. 5,000/- per month each. The research work will
mainly focus on solving the problems faced by the Industry and private
entrepreneur.

The following laboratories are functioning in the Research Centre.


Part – I
1) Product Research Laboratory:
To meet the needs of industry, this laboratory shall provide research base for
critical analysis of contemporary equipment and its indigenous production. It will
have the service of experts from Electrical, Mechanical and Metallurgical
Department.
2) Advanced Electronics Laboratory:
This laboratory shall focus on research in the development of electronic
components, silicon chips, printed circuits, integrated circuits, fiber optics and
laser equipment.
3) Communication Systems Laboratory:
In this laboratory digital communication, internet, digital signal processing and
wireless communications are major areas.
4) Mechatronics Engineering Laboratory:
This laboratory shall provide research facilities for electronically controlled
machinery and equipment. A team of experts from Electrical and Mechanical
Departments shall guide the researchers.
5) Advanced Engineering Materials Laboratory:
This laboratory will facilitate research on the development of Advanced
Engineering Materials including alloys, polymers, and ceramics.
6) IT Research Laboratory:
This lab conducts research in emerging areas of software development. At
present research being conducted in the areas of image processing, face
recognition, Urdu speech recognition, artificial intelligence and office automation
projects.
7) Environmental Management Laboratory:
This laboratory shall focus on research in efficient management of environment.
8) Advance Physics Laboratory:
This laboratory shall provide research facilities to the post-graduate students in
the field of Advance Physics.
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9) High Tech Centralized Resource Lab:
Government of Pakistan has provided a grant to UET for establishing this high
technology laboratory to support inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research
activities at the University.
10) Computer Cell:
Computer Cell (Information and Communication Technology) is running the ISP
of the University and providing the Internet, E-mail facility, software and hardware
support to the users and responsible for maintaining the official website of the
University. Computer Cell also provides the Digital Library access for searching,
reading and downloading the research papers.
Part – II
It is proposed that the following laboratories shall be established during the
second phase.
1) Automotive System and Energy Conservation Laboratory:
In this lab the focus of research shall be on the development of efficient
automotive systems with lowest fuel consumption.
2) Chemical Engineering Indigenisation Laboratory:
To meet the demand of the industry, this laboratory shall develop pilot projects
for the production for industrial chemicals. It will be led by a team of experts from
Chemical Engineering Department, Chemistry Department and Mechanical
Engineering Department.
3) Low Cost Construction Engineering Laboratory:
The purpose of this laboratory will be to develop techniques for the construction
of low cost structures, roads and bridges, etc. It will have the services of experts
from Civil and Architecture Departments.
Part – III
In addition, the Centre shall have the following two sections with functions shown
against each.
1) Project Appraisal and Management Section:
It will carry out an appraisal of the research project, assign it to the concerned
laboratories and furnish the research outcome to the tasking agency.
2) Total Quality Management Section:
This section will provide guidance on quality management in the light of latest
International Standards.
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The Centre will be headed by Director General Research who will coordinate
the functioning of various laboratories with the help of Chairmen of various
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PLACEMENT BUREAU
Prof. Dr. Syed Tahir Ali Gillani
Chairman
The Bureau undertakes the following tasks: -
1) PLACEMENT OF GRADUATES IN INDUSTRIES
The Bureau maintains a database of the recent pass out graduates. Prospecting
employers are provided with CVs of some of the graduates who can make direct
contact with the students through email or other means. A website is under
preparation for mutual interest of job seekers and employers. Various organizations
and industrial concerns are invited in the University to arrange tests and interviews
of prospecting graduates in various disciplines. Some of the companies arrange job
fairs as well. The Bureau maintains a mailing list of the major companies employing
engineers and they are informed about the graduating classes at proper time.
2) FACILITATION FOR PRACTICAL TRAINING/INTERNSHIPS OF THE
STUDENTS
Practical Training/Internship for students is arranged during summer vacation in
numerous organizations and industries throughout the country. On completion of
such training students receive certificates, which can be an asset for seeking first
employment. Some organizations offer stipends and other facilities during the
training period. This year we have plans to make facility available to 100% students.
A Large number of industrial sectors and Chambers of Commerce and Industry are
being approached for this purpose.
3) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR STUDENTS
Students can receive scholarships from various boards of education in province and
other government agencies. A large number of students are awarded University
Needy Scholarship. Financial assistance is also arranged from other sources from
within the country and abroad. Some of the other resources available are listed
below: -

• Bestway Foundation, Islamabad. • Khan I. U Durrani Merit Scholarship


• Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited, U.S.A. (Final year)
Rawalpindi. • Zubeda Habib Scholarship
• Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, (For Chemical)
Lahore. • The Institute of Engineers Pakistan,
• Gurmani Foundation, Lahore. Saudi Arabia centre
• Dr. A, Q. Khan Scholarship, London • Zanib Bashir Scholarship, Lahore
• ICE QUEST-G.Haider Scholarship, • M. Ashraf Siddique Scholarship,
London (For Civil) Lahore
• Iqbal Begum Scholarship, Lahore • Class 49-Golden Jubilee Scholarship,
(For Civil) Lahore.
• Insaf Trust Scholarship, Lahore. • Begum Nasira Kiani Scholarship,
(For Civil) Lahore.

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• Omar Aftab Memorial Trust • Hemeeda Mehrunnisa Trust
Scholarship, Lahore Scholarship, Lahore.
• Chemical Engineering Scholarship • UET-Overseas Scholarship, Abu
(For Chemical) Dhabi
• Begum Hameeda Durrani Merit • SWA Scholarship, (USA)
Scholarship USA (Final year girls • NESPAK Scholarship
only) • Pakistan Engineering Congress
• Babar Ali Foundation, Lahore Scholarship
(girls only)
• Bano Mehraj Charitable Trust
Scholarship.
• Coca Cola Scholarship.

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DIRECTORATE OF EXTERNAL LINKAGES
Prof. Dr. Noor Muhammad Sheikh
Director
The directorate undertakes the tasks of industrial linkages, international linkages and
liaison with national and international agencies. The scopes of these activities are
development of mutual understanding, promotion of collaborative projects, research,
facilitation for jobs, higher studies, short term training and other interests. The
university has signed the following MOUs of mutual cooperation: -
• Saadullah Khan & Brothers (SKB), Lahore
• Synthetic Products Enterprises Limited, Lahore
• Huawei (Pvt) Limited, Islamabad
• Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd
• Schlumberger Seaco
• Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry
• Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Limited (SNGPL)
• Alternate Energy Board (AEDB)
• SUPCON, China
• Chartered Institute of Logistics (CILT), Pakistan
Similarly, cooperation is being promoted on international forum and MOUs have
been signed with the following universities: -
• University of South Carolina at Columbia, USA
• Michigan Technological University, USA
• University of Regina, Canada.
• University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan.
• United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan.
• University of Manchester (UMIST) U.K.
• University of Aden, Yemen
• Anhalt University, Germany.
• Patronas University, Malaysia.
• Queen Mary University of London, UK.
• ZTE University, China
• Michigan State University, USA
• Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST), Korea
• Homan University, Korea
• King Fahad University of Petroleum & Mineral, Saudi Arabia
• KTH University, Sweden
• Victoria University, Australia

The graduates of this university are readily accepted for higher studies and research
all over the world.
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NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES
Prof. Dr. Siddiq-e-Akbar
Chairman Library Committee
The central Library of the University has the honour of having recently been
chosen by the Higher Education Commission to serve as the primary resource
center for engineering & technical education in Pakistan. As such, it has
significantly improved its book holding and it is going through an ambitious
program of computerization of its services and operation. Housed in a dedicated
three-storey structure, the Library offers peaceful, air-conditioned atmosphere for
its members. It is a lending library and most of its holdings are available to
members on loan. The library holdings can be browsed through an Internet based
fully searchable catalogue.

Hardcopy Resources
The Library houses more than 125,000 volumes of books, over 16,000 volumes
bound serials and roughly 60,000 issues of scientific and technical serials. The
balance of these library holdings is somewhat titled towards engineering and
technical subjects. However, there is a reasonable amount of reading material on
humanities, basic sciences, social sciences and Islamic studies as well and as a
matter of policy the library is committed to improve the diversity of its holdings.

Internet and Computing Facilities


As the primary resource center of a technical university, the library is also
committed to provide access to electronic media and internet to its members. At
present, the library offers over 80 computers with high-speed dedicated Internet
access for use of its members. These computers also provide a dedicated link to
HEC digital Library that provides access to over 1800 e-journals spanning all
fields of academic endeavor. There are also active plans to develop an e-library
to support ongoing research within UET.

Other Facilities
The Library also has dedicated facilities to support scholarly activities within its
premises. These include a well-equipped seminar hall, conference room and
necessary support services. Other library services include subsidized scanning,
printing, photocopying and binding. The library also operates a Book Bank and a
Cooperative Book Store. The Book Bank lends textbooks to undergraduate
students for a complete academic session on nominal rent; while the Cooperative
Bookstore arranges sale of textbooks to students on a no profit basis.

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Current Projects
The Library is in a process of integration with various departmental Libraries on
the Lahore Campus. This shall result in a Library System where all Library
resources on the campus shall be accessible to all members in a seamless way,
Other development project include an RFID based automated and secure Library
Management System.

www.uet.edu.pk or www.uet.net.pk

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RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE
ADMISSION AND EXAMINATION TO M.Sc. COURSES
1. In order to make a uniform policy for admission to the postgraduate classes, it
was envisaged that admission to all postgraduate classes be opened at one time
according to admission schedule under these regulations:
2. DEFINITIONS
i) 'University' means University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore
ii) 'Faculty' means the concerned faculty of the university.
iii) 'Dean' means the Dean of the faculty concerned.
iv) 'Chairman' means the chairman of the department concerned.
v) 'Controller of Examinations' means the controller of examinations of the
university.
vi) 'Academic Year' means a year from First October to 30th September.
vii) 'Subject' means, prescribed course of study.
viii) 'Internal Examiner' means teacher/person appointed by the Competent Authority
to teach the subject(s)
ix) 'External Examiner' means a person holding suitable qualification in the relevant
discipline appointed by the Competent Authority for the examination being held.
Neither a teacher of the University nor one who has taught the subject can act as
an External Examiner.
x) 'Neutral Examiner' means a person holding suitable qualifications in the relevant
discipline who has not taught the subject to the class during the academic year in
which the examination is being held, but is a member of the teaching staff of the
department.
xi) 'Vice Chancellor' means the Vice Chancellor of the University.
xii) 'Pro Vice Chancellor' means the Pro Vice Chancellor of the University.
xiii) 'Student' means a bonafide student of postgraduate degree programme who has
been admitted/registered to the discipline concerned.
EXPLANATION
a) In these regulations the pronoun 'he' and 'its' are used for both male and
female persons.
b) The medium of instructions and examination/thesis shall be English.

3. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION


Only those candidates will be eligible for admission who have passed their
undergraduate degree by securing a minimum of 60% marks. For admission to
M.Sc. in Applied Physics / Applied Chemistry / Applied Mathematics the candidate
has to secure a minimum of 60% marks in the relevant Subject as well.
The applicant shall have to clear GRE / GAT General test for admission to all
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programs except M.Sc. in Applied Physics / Applied Chemistry / Applied
Mathematics for which tests shall be given by respective departments.
(a) A candidate for admission to a postgraduate class, [other than those mentioned at
(b) to (L) below] must possess at least Bachelor's Degree in the relevant
discipline/subject from a recognized Institute/University unless higher qualification
is laid down for a particular discipline.
(b) A candidate for admission to M.Sc. Applied Chemistry must hold one of the
following degrees from a recognised University.
The Applicant must have passed Intermediate examination with Pre-
Engineering/Pre-Medical subjects & B.Sc. with one of the following combinations:
i) Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics/Mathematics General
ii) Chemistry, Physics and Statistics
iii) Chemistry, Physics and Geology
iv) Chemistry, Botony and Zoology
(c) A candidate for admission to the M.Sc. Computer Science with specialization in
Software Engineering/System Programming/Artificial Intelligence/Networking must
hold one of the following degrees from a recognized University and must have
passed Intermediate Examination with Pre-Engg. or ICS subjects.
i) B.Sc. (Hons) Computer Science or B. Sc. Computer Science &
Engineering from U.E.T., Lahore or 4-years Bachelor Degree in an IT-
related discipline from other HEC recognized universities. In all such
cases, Post-Graduate Committee will determine if the candidate has to
complete some deficiency make-up courses.
ii) M.Sc. in Computer Science old system (16 years of education) from a
HEC recognized university.
iii) 3-years Bachelor degree in Computer Science from other HEC recognized
universities, with 2 extra CS Foundation Semesters (10 courses)
completed at the UET.
iv) 4-years Bachelor degree in non-Computer Science but IT-related
disciplines, like B.Sc. Electrical or M.Sc Electronics etc., with 2 extra CS
Foundation Semesters (10 courses) completed at UET.
(d) A candidate for admission to the Master's Degree Course in City & Regional
Planning must hold one of the following degrees from the recognized
University/Institution
i) B.Sc. City & Regional Planning
ii) Bachelor of Architecture
iii) B.Sc. Civil Engineering
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degrees from a recognised Institution.
i) B.A./B.Sc. with A & B Courses of Mathematics
ii) B.Sc. with Mathematics and Physics
(f) A candidate for admission to M.Sc. degree course in Mechatronics must hold one
of the following degrees from a recognised Institution.
i) B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
ii) B.Sc. Electrical/Electronics Engineering
iii) B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
g) A candidate for admission to M.Sc. degree course in Applied Physics must hold
B.Sc. degree with Physics and Mathematics as major subjects
h) A candidate for admission to M.Sc. Environmental Engineering must hold one of
the following degrees:-
i) B.Sc. Civil Engineering from a recognised University/Institute
ii) B.Sc. Chemical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.
i) A candidate for admission to M.Sc. in Integrated Building Design must hold one of
the following degree from a recognized University
i) B.Sc. Architectural Engineering & Design
ii) B.Sc. Civil Engineering
iii) Bachelor of Architecture
And a candidate for admission to M.Sc. in Building Engineering must hold one of
the following degree from a recognized University
i) B.Sc. Architectural Engineering & Design
ii) B.Sc. Civil Engineering
j) A candidate for admission to M.Sc. Engineering Management must hold B.Sc.
Engineering Degree from a recognized University/Institute
k) A candidate for admission to M.Arch. must hold one of the following degrees from a
recognized University,
i) Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.)
ii) B. Sc. Architectural Engineering & Design
iii) B. Sc. in City & Regional Planning
iv) B. Sc. Civil Engineering
However pre-requsite subjects, if required will be decided at the time of admission
considering the subjects opted by the students.
4. AWARD OF POSTGRADUATE DEGREES
Postgraduate Degrees shall be awarded in the following disciplines:-
1. Electrical Engineering Department
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering with specializations in:
i) Power Engineering
ii) Computer Engineering

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iii) Electronics & Communication Engineering
iv) Control Systems Engineering
2. Computer Science & Engineering Department
M.Sc. Computer Science with specializations in:
i) Software Engineering
ii) System Engineering
iii) Artifical Intelligence
iv) Networking
M.Sc. in Computer Engineering
3. Mechanical Engineering Department
i) M.Sc. Mechanical Design Engineering
ii) M.Sc. Thermal Power Engineering
4. Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department
i) M.Sc. Manufacturing Engineering
ii) M.Sc. Engineering Mangament
5. M.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
6. Civil Engineering Department
i) M.Sc. Structural Engineering
ii) M.Sc. Geotechnical Engineering
iii) M.Sc. Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering
7. Architectural Engineering and Design Department
3. M.Sc. in Integrated Building Design
4. M.Sc. in Building Engineering
8. M.Sc. Transportation Engineering
9. M.Sc. Environmental Engineering
10. Chemical Engineering Department
M.Sc. Chemical Engineering with specializations in:
i) Process Engineering
ii) Industrial Pollution Control Engineering
iii) Bio-Chemical Engineering
iv) Computer Aided Design
11. M.Sc. Polymer & Process Engineering
12. M.Sc. Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
13. M.Sc. Mining Engineering
14 M.Sc. Petroleum & Gas Engineering
15. M.Sc. City & Regional Planning
16. Master of Architecture
17. M.Sc. Applied Physics.
18. M.Sc. Applied Chemistry

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19. M.Sc. Applied Mathematics
20. M.Phil in Applied Chemistry
21. M.Phil in Applied Physics
22. M.Phil in Apllied Mathematics
5. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
a) Application (in duplicate) on prescribed form with requisite documents,
complete in all respects should be submitted to the Convenor, Admission
Committee, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore on or before
the due date.
b) Incomplete applications will not be entertained.
c) The non-refundable application fee should be remitted/paid through Bank
Draft/Pay Order/Bank Challan in favour of the Treasurer of the University with
the application.
d) The admission of foreign students will be made on the basis of the academic
record of the candidate and the assessment of his scholarship made by the
Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Department concerned. The Board of
Postgraduate Studies may ask the candidate to appear for test and interview.
6. TEST AND INTERVIEW FOR ADMISSION
For admission to programs where GAT/GRE General Test is not required
(Serial No. 16 to 18 of section 4) a written admission test shall be held by the
department concerned on the fixed date and interviews shall be held
immediately after the test. For all other programs interviews shall be held by
the respective departments on specified dates. Separate interview shall be held
for each specialization where applicable. The candidate must qualify the test
and interview.
7. ADMISSION ON MERIT
The admission will be granted on merit.
8. DETERMINATION OF MERIT
a) In order to determine the merit for admission, the marks obtained by a
candidate in the test and interview will also be added to the academic marks
obtained by him as given below:-
Academic 60 marks
Test 25 marks
Interview 15 marks
9. PRE-REQUISITE COURSES
Depending upon the number and nature of courses studied by an applicant at
the undergraduate level, the candidate may be directed by the Chairman
concerned to study and pass a certain number of pre-requisite courses at the
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10. PROCEDURE IN CASE OF SELECTED CANDIDATES
i) A candidate selected for admission will be informed through an official
notification issued by the Convenor Admission Committee and a list of
selected candidates will also be displayed on the Notice Boards of the
concerned department and of the Admission Cell.
ii) Within 10 days of the dispatch of an official notification the selected candidate
will be required to pay the University dues and submit four copies of
photographs duly attested.
iii) On fulfillment of requirements mentioned above, the candidates will be
admitted to postgraduate classes. The Chairman of the Departement will send
immediately a list of admitted students through the Dean concerned for
registration.
iv) No candidate shall normally be admitted after 15 days from the beginning of
the classes.
11. REQUIREMENTS FOR POSTGRADUATE COURSE
i) A full-time course in Engineering, Architecture and City & Regional Planning
shall extend over a minimum period of one academic year and a part-time
course shall be extended over a minimum period of two academic years.
However, in case of M.Sc. course in Engineering Management, full time
course shall extend over a minimum period of one and a half academic year
and a part time course shall be extended over a minimum period of two and
half academic years.
ii) The full time course in M.Sc. Applied Chemistry, Computer Science, Applied
Physics, Applied Mathematics and Mechatronics shall extend over a minimum
period of two years.
iii) There shall be two terms in an academic year. The first term will normally
commence from the first Monday of October.
iv) The postgraduate courses shall be divided into two groups, Group-A, and
Group-B. The subjects to be offered in each term shall be decided by the
Chairman concerned in consultation with the Board of Post Graduate Studies
and shall be announced at least one month before the commencement of the
term.
v) The master degree students will be required to take certain number of
subjects from Group-A and Group-B, offered by the department. The number
of subjects to be taken by the students are indicated in the Outline of Courses
of the concerned department.
vi) If the Chairman of the Department / Director of the Institute feels necessity of
additional subject to be taken by the candidate he may direct him accordingly.

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vii) A part-time student shall normally be allowed to take only two subjects in a
term. The Chairman of the Department / Director of Institute concerned may,
however, allow the student to take an additional subject.
12. REQUIREMENTS FOR EXAMINATION
i) Each examination shall be held within the University Campus, twice in an
Academic Year at the end of each term.
ii) No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless he fulfills the
following conditions:-
a) He has been on the rolls of the University in the faculty concerned
during the term in which the examination is held.
b) He has applied for admission to examination on a prescribed form
within the due date.
c) He has not been debarred for admission to the examination under any
other Regulation.
d) The candidate who wishes to seek admission to an examination will be
required to submit his form to the Controller of Examination through
the Chairman of the department concerned and the Dean of the
faculty concerned according to the following schedule.
• With normal fee two weeks before the commencement of the examination.
• With late fee, (Rupees Fifty) six days before the commencement of the
examination.
• With double fee before two days of the commencement of the examination.
NOTE: No application shall be entertained after the time limit mentioned above.
13. PASS MARKS
In order to pass the examination in any paper, a candidate
shall have to obtain not less than 50 percent marks in it.

14. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT


No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless the following conditions
are fulfilled:-
i) He has been on the rolls of the University during the whole academic term in
which the examination is being held.
ii) He has attended in each paper in which he has to be examined not less than
85 percent of total number of lectures delivered, the periods of laboratory
practical and design work done and the instructional tours made during the
term in which the examination is held, provided that the Dean of the faculty
concerned may for valid reasons condone to the extent of 10 percent of
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deficiency in the above mentioned percentage.
15. PART-I & PART-II SESSIONAL WORK,
STUDIO WORK, PRACTICAL AND VIVA VOCE
i) Part-I (Theory) and Part-II (sessional, studio work, practical and viva voce),
both examinations shall be considered as separate papers for the purpose of
examination.
ii) The sessional work shall include tests, practical work, studio work and
other assignments. Students appearing for theory paper as well as Sessional
work shall pay separate fees for Part-I & Part-II.
iii) If a candidate fails in one paper only and obtains not less than 40

percent marks, he shall be allowed to appear in the paper at the end

of the following term only.

iv) If a candidate fails in more than one paper or fails in a single paper
after having appeared in second time, he shall be allowed to appear in
examination in the paper(s) only provided that he shall repeat the full
course of the paper.
v) If a candidate of M.Sc. Computer Science, Applied Chemistry, Applied
Physics, Applied Mathematics and Mechatronics fails in Part-I and/or Part-II
paper(s), he shall be allowed to reappear in these paper(s) in two
examinations only.
16. THESIS / DISSERTATION
a) In addition to the course work the candidate shall be required to submit the
dissertation/thesis. Each candidate shall be assigned for his thesis research to
a Supervisor. Title of research and the name of the Supervisor shall be
approved by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendations of the Chairman of
the Department / Director of the Institute concerned.
b) A candidate must pass in all the papers of the course before the thesis
evaluation is undertaken.
c) Evaluation will be done by the internal and external examiners. The
Supervisor will act as the internal Examiner and the External Examiner will be
appointed by the Vice chancellor on the recommendations of the Board of
Postgraduate Studies of the Department concerned.
d) Every candidate shall submit 4 typed copies of his thesis for evaluation within
six months from the date of assignment of the thesis. One copy of the
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dissrtation after evaluation will be returned to the candidate concerned.
e) If a candidate is permitted to revise his thesis, he must submit the revised
thesis for evaluation not latter than six months from the announcement of the
decision permitting him to do so.

17. MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT


A full time candidate must fulfill all requirements for the award of Master's degree
within a period of four academic years from the date of his registration and a part-
time candidate must do so within six academic years from the date of his
registration.

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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE M.PHIL DEGREE IN
APPLIED MATHEMATICS/ APPLIED PHYSICS/ APPLIED CHEMISTRY

A) ADMISSION PROCEEDURE
1. Candidates possessing Master's degree in Ist Division in relevant discipline i.e.,
Mathematics/Physics/Chemistry from a recognized University or equivalent
qualifications recognized by the Syndicate and having a good academic record
may be admitted to M.Phil class. The student must have passed GRE gerenral
type test with a minimum score of 50. The suitability of the candidate shall be
assessed by a Committee of the Relevant Department consisting of three
teachers from the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department through a
written/oral test prior to admission.
2. Admission of students to M.Phil class shall be made on the recommendation of
the above Committee. A candidate selected for admission will be informed
through an official notification issued by the Convenor Admission Committee and
a list of selected candidates will also be displayed on the Notice Boards of the
concerned department and of the Admission Cell.
3. When the admission of a student has been notified to him, he shall pay the
prescribed dues within the period specified for this purpose otherwise his
admission shall liable to be canceled.
4. All admissions finalized by the Admission Committee shall be reported to the
Dean of the Faculty concerned for registration.
5. The admission of any student is liable to be terminated by the Board of
Postgraduate Studies on a report from his Supervisor, at any time if his academic
progress or conduct is not found to be satisfactory at any stage
B) COURSES OF READING
6. The course shall extend over a minimum period of two years (a year consisting of
two terms) for full time students and over a minimum period of three years for
part-time students.
7. The general scheme of studies for the M.Phil course shall be as under:-
a) During First year
i) First Term 4 theory Papers
ii) Second Term 4 Theory paper.
b) During Second Year Thesis and Viva Voce
8. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.
NOTE: Each paper will be of 3 Credit hours/Week and will carry 100 marks.
i) Thesis and Viva-Voce examination will carry 400 marks for M.Phil in Appllied
Mathematics.

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ii) Thesis examination will not carry any marks for M.Phil in Applied Physics &
Applied Chemistry, however, must be approved by the examination
committee.
9. A part-time student shall normally be allowed to take at most two papers in a term.
10. Each candidate shall be assigned for his thesis a Supervisor who shall be
appointed by the Board of Postgraduate Studies from amongst the teachers of the
Department.
11. Each candidate will be required to submit a thesis. The topic of the thesis and its
synopsis alongwith the name of the Supervisor shall be approved by the Board of
Postgraduate Studies of the department.
12. Synopsis of the thesis shall be submitted to the Committee for Advanced Studies
& Research of the University for the final approval.
13.(i) The Courses of study and the detailed syllabi shall be recommended by the Board
of Studies of the department and approved by the competent bodies well in time
before the start of the class.
(ii) The papers to be offered in any term shall be decided by the Dean of the Faculty
concerned on the recommendations of the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the
department and shall be announced at least one month before the
commencement of the session.
C) Examination
14. An examination shall be held within the University Campus at the end of each
term on such dates as the Vice-Chancellor may approve on the recommendation
of the Board of Studies in the department.
15. No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless the following conditions
are fulfilled;
i) He has been on the rolls of the University in the Faculty concerned during
the term in which the examination is held.
ii) He has attended in each paper in which he has to be examined, not less
than 85 percent of the total number of lectures delivered, provided that the
Dean of the Faculty may for valid reasons, condone, to the extant of 10
percent a deficiency in the above mentioned percentage.
iii) He has applied for admission to the examination in the manner laid down in
Regulation 16 below.
iv) He is not debarred from taking the examination by any Regulations or Rule
enforce at that time.
16. The candidate who wishes to appear in an examination shall submit to the
Controller of Examinations through the Dean of the Faculty not less than two
weeks before the date fixed for the commencement of examination, an application
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on the prescribed form together with the prescribed examination fee but if for any
reason, he could not do so in time, he may submit his application later alongwith
the prescribed examination fee and a late fee, but in no case after the examination
has commenced.
17. In order to pass in a any paper or a thesis a candidate must secure not less than
50 percent marks in it.
18. If a candidate fails in one paper only but obtain not less than 40 percent marks in
it, he shall be allowed to take another examination in the paper at the end the term
next following.
19. If a candidate fails in more than one paper or fails in a single paper after having
appeared in it for a second time under Regulation 18, he shall be allowed to
appear in an examination in the paper(s) only once again provided that he repeats
the full course for the paper(s)
20. The Internal and External Examiners in each paper and for the thesis shall be
appointed by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board of Studies
of the relevant Department.
21. (a) Every candidate shall submit for evaluation four typed copies of his thesis.
(b) The thesis shall be evaluated by one external examiner and internal examiner
(Supervisor). Each examiner shall submit his report to the Chairman, Board of
Postgraduate Studies of the Department and make one of the following
recommendations:-
i) That the viva-voce examination be held to enable the candidate to defend his
thesis
ii) That the thesis be resubmitted by the candidate after revision on the lines to be
suggested by the examiner.
iii) That the thesis be rejected as not of sufficient merit for the holding of the viva
voce examination and the candidate be declared to have failed and not eligible
for the award of M.Phil Degree.
(c) The Final Report on the Thesis and Viva Voce Examination by the Examiners
shall be submitted on the prescribed proforma.

22. In case there is a difference of opinion between the Examiners, the Vice-
Chancellor, shall appoint a third Examiner on the recommendations of the Board
of Postgraduate Studies of the department, whose opinion shall be final.

23. If a candidate whose thesis has not been approved, is permitted to revise his
thesis, he must submit the revised thesis for evaluation not later than six months

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from the announcement of the decision permitting him to revise the thesis.
24. A candidate must pass in all the papers of the course before the result of his
thesis evaluation is declared.
25. As soon as possible and ordinarily not later than four weeks after the termination
of an examination, the Controller of Examinations shall publish the result of the
Examination.
26. Without prejudice to the provision of Regulation 6 a full time candidate must pass
in all the papers of the course and submit his thesis within Four (4) years from the
date of admission and a part-time candidate must do so within a period of Six (6)
years from the date of admission.
27. A candidate who has cleared all the dues, passed in all the prescribed papers
and, in addition, whose thesis submitted in accordance with the above
Regulations has been approved shall be eligible for the award of an M.Phil
Degree in the relevant disciplines.
28. Successful candidates securing 75 percent and above marks shall be placed in
Grade-A, 60 percent and above but less than 75 percent shall be placed in Grade-
B and 50 percent and above but less than 60 percent shall be placed in Grade-C.

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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE M.PHIL

DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE
A) ADMISSION PROCEDURE
1. Candidates possessing Master's degree in Ist Division in Architecture from a
recognized University or equivalent qualifications recognized by the Syndicate and
having a good academic record may be admitted to M.Phil class. The student
must have passed GRE gerenral type test with a minimum score of 50. The
suitability of the candidate shall be assessed by a Committee consisting of three
teachers from the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the department through a
written/oral test prior to admission.
2. Admission of students to M.Phil class shall be made on the recommendation of
the above Committee. A candidate selected for admission will be informed
through an official notification issued by the Convenor Admission Committee and
a list of selected candidates will also be displayed on the Notice Boards of the
concerned department and of the Admission Cell.
3. When the admission of a student has been notified to him, he shall pay the
prescribed dues within the period specified for this purpose otherwise his
admission shall liable to be canceled.
4. All admissions finalized by the Admission Committee shall be reported to the
Dean of the Faculty concerned for registration.
5. The admission of any student is liable to be terminated by the Board of
Postgraduate Studies on a report from his Supervisor, at any time if his academic
progress or conduct is not found to be satisfactory at any stage.
B) COURSES OF READING
6. The course shall extend over a minimum period of two years for full time students
and over a minimum period of three years for part time students.
7. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.
8. The general scheme of studies for the M.Phil course shall be as under:-
i) Special paper on the Thesis Topic
ii) Thesis & Viva Voce
9. Each candidate will be required to submit a thesis. The topic of the thesis and its
synopsis alongwith the name of the Supervisor shall be approved by the Board of
Postgraduate Studies in Architecture.
10. Each candidate shall be assigned for his thesis a Supervisor who shall be
appointed by the Board of Postgraduate Studies in Architecture from amongst the
teachers of the Department.

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11. No candidate shall be admitted to an examination unless the following conditions
are fulfilled;
i) He has applied for admission to the Examination in the manner laid down
in Regulation 12 below.
ii) He is not debarred from taking the examination by any Regulation or rule
for the time being in force.
12. The candidate who wishes to seek admission to an examination shall submit to
the Controller of Examinations through the Dean of the Faculty concerned, not
less than two weeks before the date fixed for the commencement of examination,
an application on the prescribed form together with the prescribed examination fee
but if for any reason, he could not do so in time, he may submit his application
later alongwith the prescribed examination fee and a late fee, but in no case after
the examination has commenced.
13. The Internal and External Examiners in Special paper and for the Thesis shall be
appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendations of the Board of
Studies of Architecture and the Board of the Faculty concerned.
14) The thesis shall be evaluated by two external examiner and internal examiner
(Supervisor). Each examiner shall submit his report to the Vice-Chancellor
independently and make one of the following recommendations:-
i) That the viva-voce examination be held to enable the candidate to defend
his thesis
ii) That the thesis be resubmitted by the candidate after revision on the lines
to be suggested by the examiner.
iii) That the thesis be rejected as not of sufficient merit for the holding of the
viva voce examination and the candidate be declared to have failed and
not eligible for the award of M.Phil Degree.
15. In case, the difference of opinion among the Examiners is equally divided the
Board of Studies of Architecture shall appoint a third examiner whose opinion shall
be final.
16. Every candidate shall submit for evaluation four typed copies of his thesis. A viva-
voce examination shall also be held where the candidate will defend his thesis.
17. If a candidate whose thesis has not been approved, is permitted to revise his
thesis, he must submit the revised thesis for evaluation not later than six months
from the announcement of the decision permitting him to revise the thesis.
18. A candidate must pass in special paper before the result of his thesis evaluation is
declared.
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19. As soon as possible and ordinarily not later than four weeks after the termination
of an examination, the Controller of Examinations shall publish the result of the
Examination.
20. Without prejudice to the provision of Regulation 6 a full time candidate must pass
in the special papers and submit his thesis within a period of three years from the
date of admission and a part-time candidate must do so within four years from the
date of admission.
21. A candidate who has cleared all the dues, passed in special papers and, in
addition, whose thesis submitted in accordance with the above Regulations has
been approved shall be eligible for the award of an M.Phil Degree in Architecture.

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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE Ph.D. DEGREE BY
RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE, CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING,
PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE ETC. (DULY AMENDED)

A. ADMISSION & REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS


1. The course shall extend over a minimum period of 3 years for full time students and
a minimum period of 4 years for part time students. For part time students the
minimum residence period of the University shall be 3 months in each year.
2. The medium of instruction, writing and thesis and examination shall be
English.
3. Every candidate for the Degree of Ph.D. shall apply to a University Teaching
Department (through Convener Admission Committee). The Chairman of the
Department/Director(s) of Institute(s) concerned shall scrutinize his application and
synopsis of research plan and forward it to the Board of Advanced Studies and
Research for approval, through Post Graduate Research Committee of the
concerned Department.
4. After approval of his candidature by the Board of Advanced Studies and Research
the candidate will register himself with the Dean of Faculty concerned.
5. Before a candidate is registered for Ph.D. Degree he must satisfy his supervisor
about his suitability for research in the first year of his enrollment.

B. REQUIREMENT OF Ph.D. AWARD


6. The candidate shall submit through his supervisor four copies of his thesis duly
typed, along with four copies of a short abstract.
7. The Viva-Voce examination shall be held at places and on such dates as may be
notified by the Controller of Examinations.
8. No candidate shall be admitted to a Ph.D. Degree course by research unless:-
i) he has passed the M.Sc. examination in the relevant branch of Engineering,
Architecture, City & Regional Planning, Physics, Chemistry and Computer
Science etc. or an equivalent examination recognized by the University, and
ii) the subject and synopsis of his Thesis have been approved by the Board of
Advanced Studies and Research provided that any subsequent changes in the
subject and outline of the research plan shall also require prior approval of the
said Committee.
9. In case a student who is registered for Ph.D. is already in possession of M.Phil
degree or an equivalent qualification recognized by this University, an submit his
Ph.D. Thesis in a minimum period of two years from the date of registration.
10. If a student has initially been registered for M.Phil degree but after one year of his
studies at the University his supervisor is satisfied with his work and the nature of
the problem. Candidate's registration can be transferred to Ph.D. from the
retrospective date.
11. A candidate for Viva - Voce examination shall apply to the Controller of
Examinations in the prescribed form along with copies of his Thesis and a
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certificate from his supervisor duly countersigned by the Chairman of the
department that the candidate has completed his research and Thesis in
accordance with the prescribed Statutes and Regulations about the format of the
Thesis.
12. The Thesis can be submitted within a maximum period of 5 years from the date of
registration as a Ph.D. candidate (except in the case of candidates mentioned in
Regulation 24) provided that the Vice- Chancellor may extend the period by two
years in exceptional circumstances, on the recommendation of the supervisor.
13. The Thesis shall be evaluated and the Viva-Voce Examination shall be conducted
with a view to ascertain that: -
i) The Thesis makes a distinct contribution to knowledge, and
ii) It shows ability on the part of the candidate to conduct original
investigations and to test ideas whether his own or of others and to
understand the relationship of his investigations with a wider field of
knowledge.
14 The Thesis shall be evaluated by two External Examiners (one of the examiners
shall preferably be from abroad) and the Internal Examiner (the supervisor) in the
light of Regulations 13. Each examiner shall submit his report to the Vice-
Chancellor independently on the prescribed Performa (Annexure-I) and make one
of the following recommendations.
i) That the Viva-Voce Examination be held to enable the candidate to
defend his thesis.
ii) That the Thesis be resubmitted by the candidate after revision on the lines
to be suggested by the examiner.
iii) That the Thesis be rejected as not of sufficient merit for the holding of the
viva-voce examination and the candidate be declared to have failed and
not eligible for the award of Ph.D. Degree.
15. The recommendation made by the majority of examiners under Regulation 14
shall be implemented.
"In case, the difference of opinion among the examiners is equally divided, the
Advanced Studies and Research Board shall appoint a fourth examiner whose
opinion in this respect shall be final”.
16. In case Clause (ii) of Regulation 14 is to be implemented the candidate shall be
allowed without prejudice to the provision of Regulation 12, a maximum period of
one year from the date of communication of the decision to him to resubmit his
Thesis after revision, provided that in such a case he shall be required to pay the
Examination Fee afresh. Such resubmission of thesis shall be allowed only once
and in case the resubmitted thesis is not accepted to merit the holding of Viva-
Voce Examination in accordance with Regulation 13, the candidate shall not be
eligible for the award of the Ph.D. Degree.
17. When a candidate has to take the Viva-Voce Examination in accordance with
these Regulations he may do so provided that:-

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i) He has applied for admission to the examination in the manner laid down
in Regulation 11, and
ii) He is not debarred from taking Viva Voce Examination by any Regulation
for the time being in force.
18. The Viva Voce Examination shall be conducted by the Internal Examiner, and the
External Examiner(s) available in Pakistan. Each Examiner shall submit his report
to the Vice-Chancellor and make one of the following recommendations:-
i) That the candidate be declared to have passed the Examination.
ii) That the candidate be declared to have passed the Examination when he
re-submitted his Thesis incorporating certain minor corrections (to be
indicated by the examiner) to the satisfaction of the supervisor.
NOTE: In case the recommendation made is as at (i) or (ii) above, the Examiner
shall further recommend whether or not the Thesis should be "Highly
Commended"
iii) That the Thesis be re-submitted by the candidate after revision on the
lines to be suggested by the Examiner, after which he should again
appear in the Viva-Voce Examination.
iv) That the candidate be declared to have failed and not eligible for the
award of the Ph.D. Degree.
19. The recommendation made by the majority of Examiners under Regulation 18
shall be implemented. In case of difference of opinion among the examiners is
equally divided, the Board of Advanced Studies and Research shall appoint
another Examiner whose recommendation (in accordance with Regulation 18) in
this respect shall be final.
20. In case Clause (iii) of Regulation 18 is to be implemented, the candidate shall be
allowed, without prejudice to the provisions of Regulation 12, a maximum period
of one year from the date of communication of the decision to him to re-submit his
thesis after revision, provided that in such a case he shall be required to pay the
Examination Fee afresh. Such re-submission of thesis shall be allowed only once,
after which the candidate shall have to defend his Thesis again in the Viva-Voce
Examination and the Examiners shall make one of the three recommendations
mentioned in clause (i) and (iv) of Regulation 18 on which decision shall be taken
and implemented in accordance with Regulation 19.
21. The candidate shall be admitted to the Ph.D. Degree in the relevant branch of
Engineering, Architecture, City & Regional Planning, Physics, Chemistry and
Computer Science etc, provided that he has been declared to have passed the
Viva-Voce Examination in accordance with these Regulations. In case his Thesis
has been "Highly Commended" in accordance with the Regulation 18, the fact
shall be endorsed on his degree.
22. Any successful candidate of the Doctoral Examination if he so desires may be
encouraged to print and publish his work with the permission of his supervisor.
The Board of Advanced Studies & Research may in case of a thesis of
Exceptional Merit recommend its publication by the University.
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23. The supervisor who will act as an Internal Examiner shall also be paid the same
fee as to the External Examiners. The second examination of the candidate shall
be considered afresh examination and full fee shall be paid to each of the
examiners.
REGULATIONS TO ENABLE MEMBERS OF STAFF AND
PART-TIME STUDENTS TO BECOME CANDIDATE FOR THE
DEGREE OF Ph.D.
24. Members of the staff of the University or persons engaged in
approved research work who are not able to proceed to the
Degree Ph.D. in accordance with the regulations, provided
that the period of study shall normally be four years, but this
period may be reduced if the Supervisor is satisfied that the
candidate dedicates the greater part of his time to research,
and the thesis shall have to be submitted within a maximum
period of 7 calendar years from the date of Registration as a
Ph.D. Degree candidate. In exceptional circumstances, the
period may be extended by another Calendar year on the
recommendations of the Supervisor.

25. No fee shall be charged from the members of the University staff.

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FEES AND EXPENSES

The following fees shall be charged from applicants admitted to Postgraduate classes
other than M.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering Management
I Non Recurring Fees Pakistani Foreigner/
(Rs) Nonsubsidized
(Rs)
1. Admission Fee 1,000.00 5,000.00
2. University Registration Fee 500.00 2,000.00
3. University Security (Refundable) 500.00 1,000.00
4. Hostel Security (Refundable) 1,000.00 1,000.00
5. Mess Security (Refundable) 1,000.00 1,000.00
6. Library Security (Refundable) 500.00 1,000.00
7. Evaluation or Revaluation of thesis 1,200.00 1,200.00
II Annual Recurring Fees
1. Inter University Tournament Fee 50.00 50.00
2 University Magazine Fee 75.00 75.00
3. Medical Fee (in two equal installments) 250.00 250.00
III Tuition Fees
1. Full time students, per subject/per term 1,000.00 2,000.00
2. Part-time students, per subject, per term 1,000.00 2,000.00
(a student who fails in any subject(s) will
again deposit the same fee)
IV Research Fee 1,000.00 1,000.00
V Monthly Recurring Fees
1. Recreation/Sports Fee 50.00 50.00
2. Room Rent (Cubicle) 175.00 175.00
3. Room Rent (Dormitory) 100.00 100.00
4. Electricity Charges for Light (Cubicle) 110.00 110.00
5. Electricity Charges for Light(Dormitory) 85.00 85.00
6. Sui Gas 55.00 55.00
7. Rent for Fan (Cubicle 48") 50.00 50.00
8. Rent for Fan 56"(bi-seater) 35.00 35.00
9. Electricity Charges (for Fan Cubicle) 60.00 60.00
10. Electricity Charges (for Fan Dormitory) 45.00 45.00
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11. Bus Fare (in two equal installments) 100.00 100.00
Pakistani Foreigner/
(Rs) Nonsubsidized
(Rs)
VI Certificate/Examination Fees
a. University Examination Fee per paper 200.00 200.00
b. Detailed Marks Certificate 100.00 100.00
c. Degree in Absentia/Degree before 500.00 500.00
Convocation/Duplicate Degrees
d. Re-checking of Answer Book 175.00 175.00
e. Any other Certificate/Duplicate Certificate 100.00 100.00
f. Provisional Certificate No Fee No Fee
The following differential fees shall be charged from applicants admitted to
Postgraduate classes in M.Sc. Computer Science and Engineering Management.
I Non Recurring Fees
1. Admission Fee 2,000.00 5,000.00
2. University Registration Fee 1,000.00 2,000.00
II Tuition Fees
1. Full time/Part time students, per 1,000.00 5,000.00
subject/per term (a student who fails in
any subject(s) will again deposit the same
fee)
III Research Fee
1. Full time students, per term, from second 1,000.00 1,000.00
term until completion of degree
programme requirements.
2. Part time students, per term from third 1,000.00 1,000.00
term until completion of degree
programme requirements

* The M.Sc. students who are doing paper work will not pay Research Fee as well as
thesis fee.

* Only one term’s research fee i.e. 3rd term will be charged from the students of M.Sc in
Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Maths & Computer Science.

* No dues/fees will be refunded after the date of registration whether students have
reported/registered or not.

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UNIVERSITY TELEPHONES
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Geoligical Engineering 9029297 9029483
Humanities and Social Science 9029493 9029336
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering 9029226 7417871
Islamic Studies 9029246 6853628
Mathematics 9029210 6815310
Mechanical Engineering 9029466 6824695

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Office Residence
Mechatronics & Control Engineering 9029294 9029356
Metallurgical Engg & Material Science 9029207 9029369
Mining Engineering 9029212 9029308
Petroleum Engineering 9029471 9029346
Physics 9029204 9029301
Polymer & Processing Engineering 9029505 9029370
Transportion Engineering & Management 9029428 9029311
HEADS OF NON TEACHING DEPARTMENTS
Chairman Health Committee 9029240 9029386
Chairman Placement Bureau 9029218 9029483
ChairmanTransport Committee 9029266 9029371
Chief Medical Officer 9029240 9029392
Controller of Examinations 9029235 9029374
Convenor Admission Committee / Incharge Student 9029216 9029340
Section/ Foreign Student Relations Officer 9250212
Director General Research Ext & Advisory Services 9029237 6651444
Director Studies 9029251 9029365
Director Students Affairs 9029244 9029307
Focal Person Higher Education Commision 9029144 9029301
Librarian 9029243 6866667
Project Director 9029238
Public Relation Officer 9029358 5164859
Registrar 9029227 9029328
Resident Auditor 9029232
Senior Warden 9029225 9029308
Treasurer 9029233 6863049