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Mian Muhammad Sharif The Founding Father

Sharif College of Engineering and Technology (SCET) is a Project of Sharif Trust and is not a profit making organization formed in 1995 under the Societies Registration Act of 1860

Board of Governors: Madam Maryam Nawaz Sharif Senator Sartaj Aziz Prof. Dr Abdul Raouf S.I. Board of Trustees: Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif Lt. Gen Muhammad Akram Khan Saeed Mehdi Abdul Razzaq FCA Prof. Dr Khalid H Qamar

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VISION Alladhi 'allama bil qalam Al-Quran (Who teaches by means of the pen)

Darkness of ignorance has been washed away from humanity through a chain of Prophet-hood since Adam. SCET stands as facilitator and source of light in sharing and acknowledging prime concern of executing duty of spreading knowledge. Excelling mans God given potentials to discover what is better for humanity through Science, Engineering, Business and Management.

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MISSION

To become an Institution that stands for Excellence. To Develop an Innovative and Competitive Task Force to meet the new and Dynamic SocioPolitical and Socio-Economic needs of the globe.

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Affiliated with UET Lahore Principal Sharif College Engineering & Technology Prof. Dr. Khalid Hussain Qamar
B.Sc. EE (UK); PhD EE (UK); MIET (London) Ex-Dean SST/UMT Lahore GIKI MessageEx-Professor from Principal SCET Ex-Chief Research Officer NIE Ex- Senior System Engineer Marconi Defense System UK

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Education is an intellectual tool which distinguishes man from the rest of the creatures of Allah. The significance of learning cannot be overlooked as it helps man to explore new vistas and dimensions of life. It enables him to excel over his fellow beings and secure a place of distinction. As the human civilization is making great strides forwards, it is offering man a highly competitive environment in which survival and prosperity is for those who can move ahead at the required pace. Keeping in view the challenges posed to man by emerging trends of the present millennium, we have introduced a system of education that is based on the lines and parameters of modern approaches in the field of engineering and technology. Dear Students, SCET welcomes the eager among you to satiate their intellectual appetite by studying under the guidance of dynamic and vibrant teaching faculty. We at SCET are proud of the diversity in our students body and believe that this diversity could be transformed into a unified block. We inspire our students to prove themselves the herald of empirical outlook for the generations to come. SCET believes in inculcating self-reliance in its students so as to help them march forward in an honorable way. At SCET we have motto: To guide our students in achieving their full potential in life is the core of our thinking and all our endeavors. To this end, a highly qualified faculty, modern multidisciplinary programs, state-of-art Lab facilities and innumerable co-curricular activities instill and nurture in our students values. At SCET it is our mission not only to inspire but also to instill and foster a sense of dedication, commitment and responsibility to duties.

I wish you success in achieving the set goals through admission at SCET.

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Policy
The admission into SCET is strictly on merit basis determined by UET Admission Test and F.Sc./A Level Results etc. There are no special quotas, reserved seats or admission by donations. Nor is there any arbitrary age limit for the applicants. In fact, the College is open to all persons of either sex and of any religion, color, creed, class or domicile who are academically qualified for admission to the courses of study offered by the College, and no such person shall be denied the privileges of the College on such grounds.

Eligibility
The Engineering Applicants must have one of the following qualifications with at least 60% overall marks or equivalent grade. The Applicants must also secure at least 60% marks or equivalent grade in Mathematics and Physics. This constraint is relaxed for those who seek admission in Technology Program at SCET. They must have at least 45% in F.Sc with science subjects; i.e. physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. HSSC (Pre-Engineering) with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Three A-levels (Advanced Level General Certificate of Education) in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (D or above grade Mathematics and Physics) and seven O-levels. American or Canadian High School Diploma with Mathematics (with calculus) Physics and Chemistry. International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma with Mathematics (with calculus), Physics and Chemistry. B.Sc. with Physics and Mathematics Three year polytechnic diploma, in the same discipline as faculty applied for, from a Pakistani Board of Technical Education with at least 60% overall marks. The Applicants for Computer Science Program must have one of the following qualifications with at least 60% overall marks or equivalent grade: HSSC (Pre-Engineering) or HSSC(Pre-Medical) having completed Additional Mathematics with at least 60% marks in the subject. ICS with Statistics/Physics and Math with at least 60% marks. Note: Applicant with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry background can apply for all programs however those having studied Computer Science / Computer Studies in lieu of Chemistry at their HSSC or A-Level, can only apply for Computer Science. All Candidates (including additional Mathematics Result awaited for Sr. No. 7 above) may apply for provisional admission if they have completed one of the above courses and are awaiting Page 4 PEC permission granted via Minutes of 61st EA&QEC held June 4, 2011

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results. The confirmation of admission is however subject to submission of result by the date specified in the admission offer letter. Confirmation of all admissions will be subject to: Submission of Fitness Certificate from the Sharif Medical City Hospital, and an Undertaking by the student and his father/guardian to abide by the rules and regulations framed by the College from time to time.

Overseas Applicants
The eligibility requirements for the Overseas Applicants are the same as for the local applicants. They may however, take Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT-II) in Physics and Mathematics (Math IIC) in place of UET Admission test. Applicants have to choose only one basis for their admission i.e. admission test or SAT-II, an option once exercised cannot be changed.

Application Procedure
An Application Package (containing an application form, prospectus, and guidelines for applicants) may be obtained on payment of Rs. 1000/- (Application Package & Application Process Fee) by post or in person from: The Admission Office, Sharif College of Engineering and Technology (SCET), Jati Umra Raiwind Road, Lahore Ph. 042-37860308-10 Ext. 3005; Cell: 03044183951/03044184076/03044183994/03044184026 scet.admissions@sharif.edu.pk

Advance Standing Admissions


A person who has been enrolled for a relevant Bachelor Degree Program in Engineering at some accredited (PEC, HEC) institution and has earned 15 or more transferable credits with minimum CGPA of 2.5 on the scale of 4, may apply to SCET for admission with advance standing. However, acceptance of request for transfer will depend on availability of seat, and the quality of academic work already done by the applicant. For additional information or clarification and Application Form please contact the Admission Office.

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Fee and Expenses


The College is a non-profit organization and provides subsidized education. The annual tuition fee (nonrefundable) for engineering programs, subject to revision from time to time, is as under for programs of 4 years for local residents and sons/daughters of expatriate Pakistanis. Tuition Fee structure for Engineering Programs Academic Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 Rs. 144,000/172,000/206,000/225,000/-

The annual tuition fee US $ 1900 (non-refundable) per annum will be charged from the foreign students. The annual tuition fee (non-refundable) for Computer Science program, subject to revision from time to time, is as under for 4 years for local residents and sons/daughters of expatriate Pakistanis. Tuition Fee structure for Computer Science Students Academic Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 Tuition Fee structure for Technology Programs: Rs 42,500/semester The annual tuition fee US $ 1900 (non-refundable) per annum will be charged from the foreign students. The tuition fee for first year is payable before the commencement of the fall semester of admission year. First year students are required to deposit the following in addition to tuition fee: Admission Fee of RS. 20,000/- for Pakistani or US $ 650 for foreign applicants (non refundable) Rs. 84,000/94,000/103,000/124,000/-

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Security of Rs 10000/= (refundable at the time of leaving SCET subject to the clearance from relevant department).A fee of Rs 5000/- for registration and affiliation with UET (non-refundable).

Transport:
Pick and Drop Facility is provided to all students on pre- defined routes through different localities of Lahore on advance quarterly payment. The fares will be determined at the time of admission to SCET.

Hostel:
Only limited places are available for boys and girls. The facility is provided on first come basis and on Advance Annual Payment for Lodgings while cost of mess will be charged on monthly basis. The amount is to be announced at the time of admission into SCET.

Fee Summary for first year (2013):


Item Tuition Fee (Engineering) Tuition Fee (Computer Science) Tuition Fee (Technology) Security Fees (Refundable) Admission Fees (Non-refundable) Registration Fee (Non-refundable) Local Students RS. 144,000/RS. 84,000/ RS. 85,000/ Rs. 10,000 Rs. 20,000 Rs.5000/Foreign Students US $1900 (per annum) US $1200 (per annum) US $ 900 (per annum) US $118 US $236 US $ 55

Female Students
The SCET encourages female students to join the engineering profession. Because of revolutionary developments in the technological field, it is no more considered as an exclusively male domain, and offers a host of highly rewarding careers, which suit the special endowments of women. The SCET has taken measures to provide a very supportive milieu for the female students. It has a girls' hostel, with all modern amenities, and a lady counselor to facilitate the stay of female students on the campus.

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Merit Base Scholarship


Merit Scholarships are granted to the students seeking admission in Bachelors degree programs at the time of admission on submission of proof of marks/grades obtained in the Intermediate/A-Level examination. Following are the categories of these awards; continuation of scholarships during program depends on semester results.

Merit Scholarship policy for Intermediate students:


Top five position holders from any Board of Pakistan (except Technical Board) with 85% and above marks: 30% Tuition-fee waiver. 80% or above marks in Board Examination: 25% tuition fee waiver. 75%-79.99% marks in Board Examination: 20% tuition fee waiver. 70%-74.99% marks in Board Examination: 15% tuition fee waiver.

Merit Scholarship policy for A-Level Students:


Three As in A-Level: 25% Tuition fee waiver. Two As in A-Level: 15% Tuition fee waiver. Special Discount SEC students at 50% admission fee

Contact Information
Contact E-mail

All admission related queries maybe directed to the contact given below: Phone 042-37860308-10 Ext. 3005 Cell# 0304-4183951 0304-4184076 0304-4183994 0304-4184026

Admission Office

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Departments at SCET

Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Computer Science Department of Natural and Social Sciences Department of Administration and Facility Management Department of IT Services

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Department of Electrical Engineering


The department offers 4-years, 8 semesters program of BS Electrical Engineering. The program has affiliation with UET Lahore for the award of degree at the completion of the program. PEC has endorsed its functioning through Zero-Visit. The department has ten Engineering Laboratories fully functioning with latest State-of-Art equipment:

Semiconductor Lab

Electrical Circuits

Electrical Workshop

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Electric Circuit-I, II Electrical Workshop Practice Circuit Analysis and Design I, II Semiconductor Devices Electrical Machines Microprocessor Lab Instrument & Control Power Generation & Transmission Lines Communication Systems Engineering Drawing

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Full Time Faculty


1: Professor Dr. Khalid Hussain Qamar Principal/Chairman of the Department EE
1. Qualification: a. BSc. EE University of Huddersfield UK b. PhD EE University of Huddersfield (UK c. PEC Approved PhD Supervisor Membership: a. PEC Member Elect/6365 b. M.I.E.T London Experience: Senior System Engineer Marconi Defense System UK Chief Research Officer N.I.E. Most Govt. Pakistan Professor GIKI Topi Pakistan Professor/Dean UMT Lahore Publications: a. A total of 34 R & D Publications in Journals of international repute.

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2: Engr. Mazhar Iqbal


1. Qualification: a: BS (TE) b: MSEE

Lecturer/ Coordinator EE
FAST Islamabad University of Bristol UK

2: Research Area: Automation which involves mostly communication between different devices at different level Filter designing for efficient battery usage in small devices like mobile phones etc; Renewable energy resources at small scale Merits/awards: Gold Medalist at D.G Khan Board;Dean List of honor at FAST_NU Islamabad Campus;Distinction in MSc at University of Bristol;ICT R&D Scholarship holder 4. Relevant Experience: Teaching Assistant at graduation level Took undergrad classes for electronics at University of Bristol Matlab, proteus, Cadense 3.

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3: Engr. Muhammad Tariq Sadiq

Lecturer EE & Project Manager

1: Qualification: a. BSc in Electrical (Telecommunication) Engineering, COMSATS Lahore,2009 b. MSc in Electrical Engineering, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2011 2: Research Area:

Books:

G. A. Jafri, A. U. Rehman & M. T. Sadiq, Spectrum Sensing and Management in

Cooperative Cognitive Radio, Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP), Germany, ISBN: 978-3-65910976-8, April 2012.

Journal Papers:
A. Rehman, M. T. Sadiq, N. Shabbir & S. Khan, "Opportunistic Cognitive MAC Protocol in WLAN Environment, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Jan 2013, Mauritius. [Submitted]

( Impact Factor:0.242)

N. Shabbir, M. T. Sadiq, H. Kashif & R. Ullah, "Comparison of Radio Propagation Models for Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network,International Journal on Next Generation Networks (IJNGN), ISSN: 0975-7252, Sep 2011, Australia.

M. T. Sadiq, N. Shabbir & W. J. Kluseza, "Spectral Subtraction for Speech

Enhancement in Modulation Domain, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, July 2013, Mauritius. ( Impact Factor:0.242) 3. Merits/awards:
NTS Merit Scholarship during BSc Degree

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4: Engr. Muhammad Zaman Malik

Lecturer EE

1: Qualification: BSc in Electrical NUCES-FAST , Lahore, 2008 MSc in Elect. Eng, NUCES-FAST, Lahore, 2012 (Gold Medalist) 2: Research Area: Use of Radiative Transfer Equation (RT E) for Estimating Optical Signal Attenuation through Inhomogeneous Clouds," FIT, pp.50-55, 2012 10th International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology, 2012 3: Merits/awards: a. Gold Medal in MSEE 4: Relevant Experience: National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences NUCES-FAST Lahore

5: Engr. Tahseen Elahi


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Lab Engineer / Lecturer

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Qualification: a. BS EE Sir Syed University of engineering and Technology Karachi b. MS EE UET Lahore 2012 Conitnue Research paper:

T.Ilahi , A.AFROZ,Generating Electricity through harnessing of Kinetic Energy using a Ramp, International Journal (IJAPM) July 20-21, 2013,Moscow, Russia(submitted).
3. Merits/awards: 3. 1st prize in all Pakistan senior design project competition(PAF-KIET ) 4. 1st prize in procom.net International hardware competition ( FAST ) 5. 1st prize in COMBAT Hardware competition (PAF KIET) 6. 2nd Prize in all Pakistan Re-Engineering Pakistan Competition(Expo Center Karachi) 4. Experience: a. 2 Years of teaching and conducting experiments of BS Engineering level

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6: Engr.Muhammad Ihtesham Adil


1: Qualification:
a. b.

Lab Engineer / Lecturer

B.Sc. Electrical Engineering UMT Lahore 2010 MS Electrical Engineering COMSATS Lahore 2012 (continue)

2: Research Area: Real-Time Embedded System, Communication System, Automated Control System 3. Merits/awards: Dean Merit List Award, Fall 2007, UMT Lahore Professional Certificates GSM (BSS), SDH (Transmission), CDMA (from ZTE-UET Lahore) Professional Certificate 8051 Microcontroller Programming (from AMR Institute of Engineering, Lahore) 4. Relevant Experience: Teacher Assistant at undergraduate level, Internee at PEL Research and Development Engineer at SPURTEK SYSTEMS Lab Engineer cum Lecturer at Sharif College of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, since 2011

7: Engr. Muhammad Kashif Ehsan


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Lab Engineer

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Qualification: a. MS Elect Eng UCP (In progress) b. BSc Elect Eng RIPHAH International University Islamabad 2011 Research Area: PWM SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER WITH INVERTER AND SUN TRACKER. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF POWER AMPLIDIER INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN OF ALU(ARITHMETIC LOGIC UNIT) Merits/awards: 1ST POSITION IN MCITP (GOVT OF PAKISTAN) 1ST POSITION IN IC NANOMETER DESIGN (NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONICS) 2ND POSITION IN CCNP (GOVT OF PAKISTAN) Relevant Experience: Lab Engineer at Sharif College of engineering and Technology, Lahore. Internee at National institute of Electronics Islamabad. Internee at Mobilink GSM

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8: Engr. Muhammad Javaid Aslam

Lab Engineer / Lecturer

1: Qualification: a. BSc in Electrical Engineering, UET,Lahore b. MSc in Energy Engineering, UET, Lahore (KSK Campus), 2013(continue) 2. Research Area: Renewable energy , control systems , electronics 3. Merits/awards: Workers Welfare Scholarship during BSc Degree 2. Relevant Experience: Testing and Design Engineer in Creative Electronics (Pvt) Ltd, (Nov 2008- Nov 2012)

9: Engr. Noman Nisar


1:Qualification:

Lab Engieer

a. B.Sc. Electrical Engineering , U.E.T Lahore, 2011 2. Research Area:


a. Power Distribution System Reliability Assessment b. Power Electronics and Renewable n Sustainable Energy Systems Merits/awards: Awarded by a full scholarship in college by Committee on Scholarships and Fee Concessions Got 4 year scholarship in U.E.T by DPI(Director Public Instruction), PUNJAB GOVT. Distinction in HSSC (7th position in Lahore Board) Got1stPosition in Circuit Designing Competition in A G Shield at Government College University (July20-23, 2011) Relevant Experience: Graduate Electrical Maintenance Engineer at BUNNYS LIMITED from August 1st 2011 to August 31st 2012.

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Road Map Bs Electrical Engineering Session 2102 3rd batch


Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Course No. Course Title Course No. Course Title

Semester I
EE100 HU 100 EE101 PH100 MA100 IS 100 ME 100 Electric Circuits Communication Skill Workshop Practice Applied Physics Calculus Islamic Ethics Engineering Drawings 3+1 0+1 0+1 3+1 3+0 3+0 0+1

Semester-II
EE 110 EE 102 MA 101 EE 111 CH 100 ME 102 Circuit Analysis & Design Introduction to Computing Differential Equations Semiconductor Devices Applied Chemistry Applied Thermodynamics 3+1 1+1 3+0 3+1 3+0 3+1

Total

12+5

Total

16+4

Semester-III
EE 210 EE 230 EE 270 Bi 200 MA 201 Analog & Digital Electronics Programming Fundamentals Digital Logic Design Applied Biology Linear Algebra 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+0 3+0

Semester-IV
EE 231 EE 250 EE 220 HU 201 MA 202 HU 202 Data Structures Electric Machinery Fundamentals Signals & Systems Technical Writing Scientific Computing Pakistan Studies Total 3+1 3+1 3+0 2+0 3+0 3+0 17+2

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Total

15+3

Semester-V
EE 320 EE 371 Appl. Probability & Statistics Microprocessor Systems 3+0 3+1

Semester-VI
EE 321 EE 354 Communication Systems Power Distribution & Utilization 3+1 3+1

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EE 353 EE 380 EE xxx Power Gen. & Transmission Electromagnetic Theory Restricted Elective I

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3+0 3+0 3+0 EE 340 EE 311 EE xxx Control Systems Integrated Electronic Circuits Elective-I

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3+1 3+1 3+1

Total

15+1

Total

15+5

Semester-VII
EE xxx BA 400 EE xxx EE xxx EE 499a Elective II Entrepreneurship & small Bus Mg Elective III Elective IV Project (ph-I) 3+1 2+0 3+1 3+1 0+3

Semester-VIII
EE xxx EE xxx EE xxx EE 499b Elective -V Elective -VI Elective -VII Project (phase -II) 3+1 3+1 3+1 0+3

Total

11+6

Total

9+6

Program Structure
Credit Hours 143 (Total Hours) 106 15 10 12

Discipline Engineering Math Science Humanities/Soc. Sc. Checksum

Percentage share 74 11 7 8 100


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RESTRICTED ELECTIVE
IE 300 Or EE 334 System Engineering Management or Software Engineering

Elective I (6th Semester)


EE 330: Operating System EE 352: Renewal Electrical Energy System

Elective II-IV (7th Semester)


EE 410: Power Electronics EE 412: Electronic System Design EE 422: Digital Signal Processing EE 423: Computer Networks EE 434: Algorithms EE 436: Database Engineering EE 451: Power System Analysis & Design
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E,P-Core E-Core E-Core C-Core C-Core C-Core P-Core P-Core E-Core

EE 461: Design of Electrical Machines EE 462: Microwave Engineering- passive devices

EE 491: Electrical Instruments and Measurements. E,P-Core

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Electives V to VII (8th Semester)


EE 411: Industrial Control Systems E-Core

EE 423: Digital Communications - Pre-Requisite: DSP E-Core, C-Core EE 424: Satellite Engineering EE 437: Computer Graphics EE 438: Introduction to Artificial Intelligent EE 450: High Voltage Engineering E-Core C-Core C-Core P-Core P-Core P-Core

EE 453:Power System Operation and Control-Pre-Requisite: Power System Analysis and Design EE 454: Power System Protection- Pre-Requisite: Power System Analysis and Design EE 455: Power Plant Engineering EE 475: Computer Architecture EE 483: Antennas and Propagation EE 490: Microwave Engineering Active Device EE 481: Optical Circuits and Systems EE 485: Electromagnetic Compatibility P-Core C-Core E-Core E-Core C-Core E-Core

Numbering Scheme
First number Second number Third number Level Area Sequence/serial
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Areas
General Electronics Communications Computer Control Power 0 1,9 2,8 3,7 4 5,6

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SEMESTER 1
Sr# 1 2 3 4 5 6 Course Code TMT110 TCS111 TEE112 TNS113 TSS114 TSS115

Road map for Bachelor in Electrical Technology


Course Title Applied Calculus Computer Fundamentals Linear Circuit Analysis Applied Physics 3 Cr.Hrs 3 2+1 3+1 3+1 3 3 17+3 20 Pre-requisite Course- 1

Pre-requisite Course- 2

English Comprehension Islamic / Pak. Studies

SrNo. 1 2 3 4 5

Course Code TMT121 TEE120 TEE123 TME120 TSS124

Course Title Linear Algebra & Differential Equations Network Analysis I Engineering Drawing Basic Mechanical Technology Communication Skills

Cr.Hrs 3 3+1 0+1

Pre-requisite Course- 1 TMT110 TEE112

Pre-requisite Course- 2

TMM112

1+1 7+4

TSS114 11 31

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Course Code 1 2 3 4 5 TMT233 TCS230 TEE231 TEE232 TEE-23x

Course Title Complex Variables & Transforms Computer Programming Digital Electronics Network Analysis II Elective-I

Cr.Hrs 3 2+1 3+1 3+1 3+0 14+3

Pre-requisite Course- 1 TMT121 TCS111 TCS111 TEE120 TEE120 17

Pre-requisite Course- 2

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SrNo. 1 2 3 4 5

Course Code TMT244 TEE241 TEE242 TEE243 TEE244

Course Title Solid State Calculus Geometry & Multivariate

Cr.Hrs 3 3+1 3+1 3+1 3 15+3

Pre-requisite Course- 1 TMM233 TEE231 TEE232 TEE232 TME120 18

Pre-requisite Course- 2

Microprocessor Theory & Interfacing Electronics Devices & Circuits Measuring Instruments & Measurements Hydraulic & Hydraulic Machine

TCS230

TME120

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Sr# 1 2

Course Code TCE353 TEE-35x TEC350 TEE354 TEC353

Course Title Data & Computer Communication Elective-II Advance Electronics Electrical Machines Foundations of Engineering

Cr.Hrs 3+1 3+0 3+1 3+1 3 15+3

Pre-requisite Course- 1

Pre-requisite Course- 2

TNS110 TEE222 TEE232 TEE232

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SrNo. 1 2 3 4 5

Course Code TEE365 TEE361 TEE-36x TSS366 TSS367

Course Title Communication Systems I Industrial Electronics Elective-III Total Quality Management Occupational Health Safety & Environment

Cr.Hrs 3+1 3+1 3+1 3 3 15+3

Pre-requisite Course- 1 TEE313 TEC310 TEE329

Pre-requisite Course- 2

TEE222

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Training Programs I
Sr# 1 Course Code TNG501 Course Title Training Programme I Cr.Hrs 0+4 0+4 4 106 Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2

SrNo. 1 4 5

Course Code TEE-47x TEE475 TEE476

Course Title Elective IV High Voltage Technology Final Year Project

Cr.Hrs 3+1 3+0 0+3

Pre-requisite Course- 1

Pre-requisite Course- 2

6+4

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Sr# 1 2 3

Course Code TEE481 TEE-48x TSS483

Course Title Substation Technology Elective-V Engineering Economics

Cr.Hrs 3 3+1 3 9+1

Pre-requisite Course- 1 TEE414 TEE232

Pre-requisite Course- 2

TMT233

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Training Programs II Sr# 1 Course Code TNG502 Course Title Training Programme II Cr.Hrs 0+4 4 Electives: Electronic Electives: o I: TEE-235 Introduction to Solid State Devices o II: TEE-356 Digital Logic Design o III: TEE-360 Power Electronics o IV: TEE-470 Digital System Design o V: TEE-474 Control Fundamentals o VI: TEE: Projects Communication Electives: o I: TEE-236 Electromagnetic Field o II: TEE-357 Digital Communication o III: TEE-361 Digital Signal Process o IV: TEE-471 Cellular Communication Systems o V: TEE-475 RF Management Systems o VI: TEE Project Power Electives: o I: TEE-236 Electromagnetic Field o II: TEE-358 Power Generation & Utilization o III: TEE-362 Power Switch Gears & Protection o IV: TEE-472 Power Transmission & Distribution o V: TEE-476 Control Fundamentals o VI: TEE Project 130 Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2

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Brief Course Outlines

Semester 1
EE 100: Electric Circuits
Electric Circuits I (3+1); Pre-requisite NIL
Historical development: charge, current, potential difference. Current-voltage relationship of resistance, inductance, and capacitance. Constant voltage and constant current sources. Kirchoffs Laws: Loop and node equations, Thevenin and Nortons theorems, Concept and use of duality. First order differential equations. Determination of current and voltages in R-L and R-C circuits. Sinusoidal Current: Complex numbers and phasor notations, Concept and handling of phasor impedances. Lagging and leading currents and voltages. RMS and average values in general and for sinusoidal circuits. Complex power, power factor correction and maximum power transfer theorem. Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses) 1: The Anaylsis and Design of Linear Circuits, by Ronald E Thomas, Albert J Rosa, Gregory J, Toussaint, John Wiley, 7th 2012 Circuits Lab I Introduction to electrical components and devices Resistance, voltage, current measurements; power calculations Ideal versus practical meters; meter loading Series and parallel resistive circuits; circuit laws Linearity and superposition Thevenin equivalent circuits Time-varying signals and Oscilloscope Operational Amplifier; inverting, non-inverting amplifier, comparator Time response of RC circuits Use of Op-amp as integrator and differentiator Lab exam; Students design and test circuits with given specifications
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HU 100: Communication Skills (2+0)


Overview of tense systems; Principles of grammar, Common idiomatic language, Common usage problems and grammatical errors. Understanding gist, Structure and vocabulary. Speaking and listening skills; Critical reading; Criticism of text; Agreeing, disagreeing persuasion and counter-arguments techniques. Turn Talking and Class decorum. Modern conventions of electronic media, presentation problems. Recent twists in communication skills. Classrooms communication dills for variety of situations. Text Book: Business Communication: Making Connections in a Digital World, by Lesikar 12th Edition McGraw PEC permission granted via Minutes of 61st EA&QEC held June 4, 2011 Page 25 Hill 2010

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HU 101: Islamic Studies/Ethics (3+0)


Islamic Ethics (3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL
Islamic Studies (Muslims): Fazail-e-Quran:Compilation Of Quran, Surah Almaida(v1-26).Halal and Haram,Relations with muslims and Non-Muslims, Rights of Non-muslims, Surah Al-Furqan(V63-77).Importance of Unity Of Muslims Ummah.importance Of Sunnah;Hadid; Types ofHadid (Mutwater,Mushhoor,Aziz,Gareeb). Tauheed:Argument for the Oneness Of ALLAH, Impact of Tauheed on Human life, Verser about Tauheed,Surah Ambiya(V22),Surah Al-Baqrah (V163-264).Concept Of Abadat (Salat,soom,zakat,Haj and Jehad).Concept of Risalat and Prophet Hood, Need for Prophet, Characteristics of a Prophet.Life Of the Prophet(Seerat) as embodiment of Islamic Ideology. Faith in the hereafter(Akhrat).Right of Woman in islam. Ethics (Non-Muslims): Philosophical & Psychological aspects of Ethics.Types of Ethics, Religions Superiority on Ethics Revealed books. Hinduism and Judaism. Ethics in building of Character some selected Quarnic Verses. Comparative Ethics of religions conceptsof One GOD indifferent religions. Simple living and Honesty. Concepts in Buddhism & spread of Buddhism. Personal habits and ethics, Some Quranic Verses. Pakistan Studies: Foundation Of Pakistan; Early advent of Islam And Notes on different personalities Evemts up to Mujahid Movement. Aligarh movement. Sindh Madrassa. Khilafat Movement. Various other Movements for Pakistan freedom. 1947-Events. Role of women & Students in freedom movement, Early difficulties faced by the now country. Hyderabad & junaghar Kashmir. Geogra[hical boundries, Industry & mineral wealth of Pakistan. Textbook: Pakistan Studies by Muhammad Ikram Rabbani, urdu bazaar Publishers, 2005.

MA 100: Calculus (3+0)


The main objective of the course is to introduce differentiations and integration techniques. The topics covered include: Functions and limits. Differentiations, Application of Derivatives, Integration, techniques of Integration Application of Definite Integrals, Infinite Sequences and Series. Vectors and the geometry of space, Vector-Valued functions and motion in space, Partial derivatives, Multiple integrals in vector fields. Text Book: Calculus, by Gilbert Strang, 2nd Edition, Wellesley Cambridge, 2010

ME: 100 Engineering Drawing (0+1)


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The objective of this course is to equip the students with the basic knowledge and skill of engineering drawings and its application in practical scenarios. The students will also be introduced to a CAD package. Topics to be covered include: ME 101: Workshop Practice lettering, (0+1) orthographic first angle projection, sheet planning, orthographic third types of lines, and usage, dimensioning, angle projection, introduction to computer aided drawing, isometric projection, sectional drawings and assembly drawing. Drawing sheets will be prepared on drawing board as well as CAD package. Text Book:1: Tutorial Guide Auto CAD by Shawna Lockhart, Prentice Hall

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PH 100: Applied Physics (3+1)


Waves and Wave equation, refelection and transmission, Interference, Standing waves. Sound waves. Doppler Effect, Magnetics, Force on electronic charge moving in a magnetic field. Hall effect. Ray model of light. Reflection and Semester 2 law. Total internal reflections and fiber optics. Ray tracing and thin lenses magnetization equation. refraction. Snells Combination of lenses, Lenses in cameras. Wave verses particles. Huygens principle and diffraction, Huygenes EE 102: and Introduction toapertures, Computing principle law slit. Circular Spectrometer, Polarization and Liquid Crystal Displays , Potential Energy diagrams for molecules, Weak bonds, Bonding ins solids, Free electron theory of metals Semiconductors and doping, Structure and properties of nucleus, Radioactivity , Alpha decay Beta decay, Gamma decay. Conservation of nucleon number, Detection of radiation. Text Book: Physics for Sceintists and Engineers, by Douglas C, Glancoli, 4th Edition Prentice Hall, 2009

EE 110: Circuit Analysis and Design (3+1)


Solution of R-L-C circuits. Higher order differential equations. Laplace transform and related theorems. Transform of signals involving generalized functions, Convolution, Impedance functions and network theorems. Tow-Port parameters. Frequency responses. Magnitude and phase plots. Parts of network function. Real and imaginary parts as a function of frequency. Fourier series, trigonometric and exponential forms, signals spectra and Fourier transform. Relationship between Laplace and Fourier transform Texbook: The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits by Ronald E. Thomas, Albert J, Rosa, Gregory J, Toussaint, John Wiley, 7th Edition, 2012

EE 111: Semiconductor Devices (3+1)


Examples ElectronicChemistry systems, Basic(3+0) physics of semiconductors , P_N junctions as diode, P_N junction forward bias, CH 100: of Applied P_N junction reverse bias, Zener diodes, Zener breakdowns, Physics of bipolar transistors, Bipolar amplifiers: Physics of MOS transistors, CMOS amplifiers. Texbook: 1: Fundamentals of Microelectronics by Behzad Razavi, 2nd Edition, John Wiley 2013
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2: Microelectronic Circuits, by Adel Sedra and Kenneth Smith, 6th Edition Oxford University Press, 2010

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MA 101: Differential Equations (3+0)


Some Basic models; Dirtection Fields, Slassification of Differential Equationss, First Order Differential Equations, Second Order Linear Equations, Higher order Linear Equations, Seried Solution of Second Order Linear Equations, The Laplace Transform, Systems of First Order linear Equations, Numerical Methods, The Runge-kutta Method, Nonlinear Differential Equations and Stability, Partial Differential Equations And Fourier Series.

Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses) 100: Elementary Differential Equations, by Boyce and Diprima, 10th edition, John Wiley, 2012

ME 200: Applied Thermodynamics (2+0);


Applied Thermodynamics (2+0); Pre-requisite NIL
Introduction and basic concepts, energy conservation, and General Energy Analysis, Properties of Pure Substances, Energy Analysis of Closed Systems, Mass and Energy Analysis of control Volumes. The second Law of Thermodynamics, Entropy, Energy. A Measure of work, potentials Gas Power Cycle, Vapour and Combined Power Cycle, Refrigeration and Airconditioning Text Book: 1:An Introduction to Thermal physics by Daniel V, Schroeder, AW, 1990 2:Thermodynamics : An Engineering Approach, by Yunus Cengel and Michael Bolss, 7th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2010

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Semester 3
EE 210 Analog and Digital Electronic (3+1)

Topics to be covered include: Introduction to amplifiers, BJT amplifiers; DC biasing, Common Emitter, Common Base and Emitter Follower, MOSFET amplifier, DC biasing, Common source, Common Gate and Source Follower, Multistage amplifiers, low frequency response, power amplifiers, OPAMP base amplifiers, BJT as an Inverter, Introduction to Feedback, Multi-vibrators and Schmitt trigger. Textbook: 1: Fundamental of Microelectronics, by Behzad Razavi, 2nd Edition, John Wiley, 2013 2: Microelectronic Circuit, by Adel Sedra and Kenneth Smith, 6th Edition, Oxford University Press, 2010

EE 230: Programming Fundamentals (3+1)


Fundamentals of computer hardware and software, introduction to programming in C. Data types, Input and output operators, Arithmetic operators, operator precedence. Relational operators, conditional statements, if, if-else, switch statements. Loop statements, for, while, do-while statements, functions, arrays, initializing and processing arrays, Multidimensional arrays. Textbooks: 1: C++ Primer, by Stanley B Lipman, 5th Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2012 2: Programming in C, by Stephen Kochan, 4th Edition, John Wiley, 2011 3: C++ for Everyone, by Kay Horstman, 2nd Edition, John Wiley, 2010

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EE 270: Digital Logic Design (3+1)


Digital Logic Design (3+1); Pre-requisite: EE 111 Semiconductor Devices
This is a first course in digital logic design. The topics covered include: numbers systems, codes, Boolean algebra, combinational logic, arithmetic, MSI logic circuits, latches/flip flops, counters/registers, sequential circuit design, memory devices and digital electronics: Number Systems and Codes Logic Gates and Boolean Algebra Combinatorial Logic Combinatorial Logic Design Practices Latches and Flip-Flops Counters / Registers Sequential Logic Design Principles Memory, CPLD, FPGA Interfacing with Analog World Digital Electronics and Logic Families Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses): Digital Systems, Principles and Applications by Tocci & Widmer, 11th Edition, Pearson Education,

Bi 200: Applied Biology (3+0)


What is biology: Introduction to cell; Chemical components of cell; Protein structure and function; DNA and chromosomes; DNA replication, repair, and recombination, From DNA to protein; how cells read the genome; Control of gene expression; How gene and genomes evolve. Membrane structure and transport; Intracellular compartments and transport; Cell communication, Cytoskeleton, Cell division cycle, Genetics, meiosis, and the molecular basis of heredity; Tissues and cancer. Textbook: Essential Cell Biology, by Bruce Alberts, 3rd edition, Garland Science, 2009

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MA 201: Linear Algebra (3+0)


Linear Algebra (3+0); Pre-requisite: MA 101 Multivariable Calculus Course stresses important mathematical concepts and tools used in advanced mathematics, Computer Science, Physics and Economics. Systematic methods of solving systems of linear equations are the underlying theme and applications of the theory will be emphasized. Topics of exploration include Gaussian elimination, determinants, linear transformations, linear independence, bases, eigenvectors and eigenvalues. Conference time will be allocated to clarifying course ideas and exploring additional applications of linear algebra: Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations, Matrices and Matrix Operations, Elementary Matrices and a Method for finding A-1 Diagonal, Triangular and Symmetric Matrix , The Determinant Function and its properties, Cramers Rule, Introduction to Vectors, Lines and Planes in 3-Space, Linear Transformations from Rn to Rm ,Composition of Linear Transformations, Real Vector Spaces, Subspaces, Bases and Dimensions, Row Space and Column Space, Null Space, Rank and Nullity, Inner Products, Angle and Orthogonality in Inner Product Spaces. Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses) 1;Anton, Howard and Chris Rorres, Elementary Linear Algebra, Applications Version, 8th Edition. John Wiley & Sons,Inc. 2000 2:Linear Algebra and its Applications, by Gilbert Strang, 4th edition, Brooks Cole, 2005

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Semester 4
EE 220: Signals and systems (3+0)
Signals and Systems (3+0): Pre-requisite: EE 110 Circuit Analysis & Design
The objective of the course is twofold: (a) to provide the student with a solid mathematical foundation in complex variables and common engineering transforms and (b) to prepare the student for graduate-level core courses in communication, control and signal processing by giving the student a thorough working knowledge of these techniques: Introduction to Signals and Systems [Continuous-time, Discrete-time, Periodic, Even, Odd signals, Complex exponentials and sinusoids in continuous-time and discrete-time, Unit step and unit impulse, Example and Basic properties] LTI Systems [Discrete-time LTI systems, Impulse response, Discrete-time convolution, Examples and properties of discrete-time convolution, Continuous-time LTI systems, Continuous-time convolution, Relationship between system properties and impulse response, Properties of LTI systems, Differential equation representations] Fourier Series [Introduction, Eigen function property of complex exponential, Continuous-time Fourier series, Exponential and Trigonometric forms, Examples, Convergence, Gibbs Phenomenon, Properties of Fourier series, Discrete-time Fourier series, Properties, Examples and Parsevals relationship] Continuous Time Fourier Transform [Definition, Frequency response, Properties and Examples] Discrete Time Fourier Transform [Definition, Relationship to Fourier series, Examples and Properties] Laplace Transform [Definition, Region-of-Convergence, Properties, Examples and Characterization of linear timeinvariant systems] Z Transform [Definition, Region-of-Convergence, Properties, Examples and Characterization of linear timeinvariant systems] Textbook: Signal and Systems by A. V. Oppenheim, A. S. Willsky and S. H. Nawab, Prentice Hall (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses)

EE 231: Data Structures (3+1)


Mathematical Tools, recursion. Algorithm analysis, Big-Oh and other measure, Albstract Data Types, Lists, Stacks, Queues, Trees: Binary Search Tree, Hashing, Separate chaining, Open Addressing, Rehashing, Priority Queues, Sorting: insertion sort, Shellsort, Heapsort, Mergesort, Quicksort, Graph Algorothms shortest path algorithms. Texbook: 1: Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++, by Mark Allen Weiss, 3rd Edition Pearson, 2006

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EE 250: Electric Machinery Fundamentals (3+1)


Electrical Machines (3+1); Pre-requisite: EE 110 Circuit Analysis & Design
The course explores concepts in electrodynamics, using electric machinery as examples. It teaches an understanding of principles and analysis of electromechanical systems. By the end of the course, students are capable of doing electromechanical analysis of the major classes of rotating and linear electric machines, and have an understanding of the principles of the energy conversion parts of Mechatronics. Students learn how to estimate the dynamic parameters of electric machines and understand what the implications of those parameters are on the performance of systems incorporating those machines. Introduction to Machinery Principle; Transformers: Ideal, Equivalent Circuit, Per Unit System, Voltage Regulation, Efficiency, Auto-transformer, Three Phase Transformer DC Machines Fundamentals: Linear Machines and its transient analysis, Operating Principle, commutation, internally generated voltage and torque, Power flow and losses. DC Generators: Equivalent Circuits, Types, Parallel Operation. DC Motors: Equivalent Circuits, Types, Motor Starting. AC Machines: Fundamentals: Concept of Rotating magnetic field, MMF and Flux distribution, induced voltage, basic definition, induced torque, power flow and losses. Synchronous Generators: Speed and frequency, internally generated voltage, equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, power and torque relationships, Parallel operation. Synchronous Motors: Basic principle, steady state operation, starting. Induction Motors. Textbooks: 1: Electric machinery fundamentals, by Stephen J, Chapman, 5th Edition, McGrawhill, 2011

HU 201: Technical Writing (2+0)


Introduction to technical writing; Differential between technical and creative writing; Project/thesis/report writing; Technical terminology; APA,MLA,and IEEE writing styles; Biblography writing; Eliminating jargon, redundancy; Planning and Organization, Style and register, Use of proper English in technical writing; CV writing, office correspondence writing minutes of meetings; examination answering; Note taking; research proposals writing; Modifying techniques, hypothesis building; writing article and research papers; Plagiarism and self-plagiarism. Textbook: A Manual for Writer of research papers, Thesis and Dissertations, Chicago style for Students and Reseachers, by Kate L, Turaban, Wayne C Booth, Gregory G Volomb and Joseph M, Willams, 7th edition The University of Chicago Press

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HU 202: Pakistan studies (3+0)


Pakistan Studies (3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL Islamic Studies: (Muslims): Ejaz-ul-Quran: Surah Luqman, Greatness of Quran. Rights Of Parents, tableeg-eDin.Rules of Tafseer,Hadood,Taziraat;Definition Of zina, Qazaf, and Luan. The concept of Privacy in Islam. Sunah: Compilation of Hadid, Siah Sitta and its Compilation. Politics In Islam, Concept of Nation In Islam. khilaphet. Jehad: philosophy of Jihad, Types of Jihad, importance of Jihad, Comparison of the religions of the World. Aswa-e-Husna human Rights in Islam, Justice. Rights of Wives in Islam. Ethics (Non-muslims):Good and Evil Forces. Social Pressure & ethics. Rights and Responsibilities of Man. Crime and punishment. Islamic Teaching &life and Teaching Of prophet Muhammad(PBHU).Main Points of the holy Quran.Some Quranic Verses. Pakistan Studies: creation of Pakistan, Difficulties faced by the nations after independence. Resources of Pakistan: Agriculture, industry, Human resources and Education. Islamic Government, Pakistan and Islamic World, Importance Pakistan is Islamic Word. Establishment of Muslim Block and Muslim Bank. Economic and Defense Planning.
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MA 202: Scientific Computing (3+0)


This course presents a broad overview of numerical methods for solving all the major problems in scientific computing, including Linear and Nonlinear equations, Linear Least Squares, Eigen values Problems, Nonlinear Equations, Optimization, Interpolation, Numerical Integration and differentiation, Initial value problems for Ordinary differential Equations, Boundary Values Problems for Ordinary Differential equations, Partial Differential equations, Fast Fourier transforms, Random numbers generators. Textbook: Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB for Engineer and Scientists, by Stephen C, Chapra, rd 3 edition, McGraw Hill 2011. Page 34 PEC permission granted via Minutes of 61st EA&QEC held June 4, 2011

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Semester 5
EE 353: Power Generation and Transmission (3+0)
Transmission systems planning, transmission Line Structure and equipment, Fundamental Concepts, Overhead power transmission, Underground Power Transmission and Gas Insulated Transmission Lines, Direct-Current Power Transmission, Transient Over voltages and Insulation. Coordination, Limiting Factors for Extra-High and ultrahigh Voltage Transmission: Corona, Radio Noise, and Audible Noise, Symmetrical Components and Fault Analysis, Protective Equipment and Transmission Systems Protection, transmission System Reliability, Construction of overhead Lines, Sag and Tension Analysis. Textbooks: 1; Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution, by Leonard L,Grigsby, 3rd Edition CRC Press 2012 2: Electrical Power Transmission System Engineering: Analysis and Design, by Turan Gonen, 2nd edition CRC Press, 2009 3: Electricity Power generation: The Changing Dimensions, by Digamber M, TagaremJW, 2010

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EE 371: Microprocessor Systems (3+1)

Microprocessor Systems (3+1); Pre-requisite: EE 230 Data Structure


Microprocessor Systems bus structure, DMA, and interrupts, microprocessor architecture, memory an I/O ports, addressing modes, instruction set, microprocessor programming techniques, Microcontrollers memory systems design, CPU read/write timing, RAM, and ROM interface requirements, address decoding and interfacing dynamics RAM Interface serial, parallel programming and interrupt driven I/O, direct memory access and peripheral controllers, programmable peripherals interface, universe synchronous/asynchronous receiver/transmitter an programmable interrupt controller, data communication standards Text Book: 1:The x80 PC Assembly Language Design and Interfacing. By Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Janice Mazdi, and Danny Causy, SE PH, 2009 2: Embedded Systems: Real-Time Interfacing to Arm@ Cortex-M Microcontrollers, by J. W. Valvano, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Plateform, 2011

EE 380 Electromagnetic Theory (3+0)


Electromagnetics (3+0); Pre-requisite: PH 100 Applied Physics
This course provides a physical/ Mathematical understanding of electric and magnetic fields.The behavior of all devices, circuits, and systems in electrical engineering is based on electric and magnetic fields at the fundamental/physical level. Contents include: Coordinate systems and vector analysis. Electrostatic fields, Coulombs law, Gausss Law, Divergence, Potential and Energy, Dielectrics and conductors (metals) in electrostatic fields, method of images, Boundary conditions, capacitance, poissons and Laplaces Equations, Boundary value problems. Electric Currents: Current density, the continuity equation, Nature of direct current, Conduction in metals and semiconductors, Ohms Law, Power Dissipation and Joules law. Resistance calculations. Static Magnetic Fields: Biot-Savarts law and applications, Amperes circuital law, Curl, vector magnetic potential, magnetic materials, Boundary conditions, Inductance, Magnetic energy. Magnetic Forces and torques. Time Varying Fields: Faradays Law, transformer emf and motional emf, Displacement current, Maxwells equations I point and integral forms, Wave equations and their solutions: The retarded potentials, Boundary conditions. Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses: 1: Engineering Electromagnetics, by William H, Hayt and J A Buck, 8th Edition McGraw Hill, 2011

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MA320: Applied Probability and Statistics (3+0)


Applied Probability & Statistics(3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL

The course introduces students to the modeling, Quantification, and analysis of uncertainty. Topics covered include: Formulation and solution in sample space, random variables, transform techniques, simple random processes and their probability distributions, Markov processes, Limit theorems, and elements of statistical inference.
Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses) 1:Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes by Athanasius Papoulis and S. U. Pillai, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill,2002. 2: Introduction to Probability, by Dimitrri P. Bertsekas, John N. Tsitsiklis, 2nd Edition Athena Scientific, 2008 3: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, by Sheldon Ross, 6th edition AP, 2013

IE 300: System Engineering Management (3+0)


This practical introduction to system engineering and analysis provides the concepts, methodologies, models, and tools needed to understand and implement a total life-cycle approach to systems and their analysis. Contents would address identification of a need and extending that need through requirements determination, functional analysis and allocation, design synthesis, and validation, operation and support, phase-out nad disposal improvements of systems process of analysis, evaluations, currently in being showing that employing the iterative EEby 311; Integrated Electronic Circuits (3+1) feedback, and modification, most systems in existence can be improved in their affordability, effectiveness, and stakeholder satisfaction.

Semester 6

Textbooks:

1: System Engineering management, by Berjamin S, Blanchand, 4th edition, Wiley, 2008

2; System Engineering and Ana;uysis, by Benjamin S, Blanchrd and Wolter J, Fabrycky, 5th Edition Pretice Hall, 2010
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EE 311: Integrated Electronic Circuits (3+1)
Topics to be covered include: current sources and current mirrors, differential amplifiers, high frequency response, feedback, stability, oscillations, digital CMOS circuits, complementary logic transmission gates wire delay, sequential logic using CMOS and timing issues in digital circuits Textbooks: 1: Microelectronic Circuits, by Adel Sedra and Kenneth Smith, 6th Edition Oxford University Press, 2010.

EE 321: Communication Systems (3+1)


Communication Systems (3+1); Pre-requisite: EE 380 Electromagnetics The course covers basic principles of communication theory with emphasis on analog modulation systems: Introduction to Signals [Classification of Signals, Useful Signal Operations, Signals and Vectors, Signal Comparison via Correlation, Signal Representation by Orthogonal Signal Set, Trigonometric and Exponential Fourier Series] Analysis and Transmission of Signals [Fourier Integral, Transforms of Some Useful Functions, Properties of Fourier Transform, Signal Transmission Through a Linear System, Signal Distortion over a Communication Channel, Signal Energy (Power) and Energy (Power) Spectral Density] Amplitude (Linear) Modulation [Baseband and Carrier Communication, Amplitude Modulation, Double Sideband, Quadrature Amplitude Modulation, Single Sideband, Vestigial Sideband, Carrier Acquisition, Superheterodyne AM Receiver and Behavior of Amplitude Modulated Systems in Noise] Angle (Nonlinear) Modulation [Instantaneous frequency, Bandwidth of Angle Modulated Waves, Generation of FM Waves, Demodulation of FM, Interference in Angle Modulated Systems, FM Receiver and Behavior of Angle Modulated System in Noise] Sampling and Pulse Code Modulation [Sampling Theorem, Pulse-Code Modulation, Differential Pulse Code Modulation and Delta Modulation] Principles of Digital Data Transmission [Digital Communication System, Line Coding, Pulse Shaping, Scrambling, Regenerative Repeater, Detection-Error Probability, M-ary Communication, Digital Carrier Systems and Digital Multiplexing] Miscellaneous Topics [Digital Services, Digital Switching Technologies, Cellular Telephone System, Spread Spectrum Systems and Transmission Media] Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses) Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems by B. P. Lathi, 3rd Edition, Oxford University Press.

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EE340: Control System (3+1)


Control Systems (3+1); Pre-requisite: EE 220 Signals and Systems
The course familiarizes the student with the mathematical tools and skills needed to analyze and design feedback control systems: Preliminaries [Examples of Control Systems, Closed-Loop and Open-Loop Control Systems, Laplace Transformation, Laplace Transform Theorems, Inverse Laplace Transformation and Differential Equations] Mathematical Modeling [Transfer and Impulse Response Functions, Automatic Control Systems and Block Diagrams, Application to Electrical Systems and Signal Flow Graphs] Transient and Steady State Response Analysis [First-Order Systems, Second-Order Systems, Higher Order Systems and Routh-Hurwitzs Stability Criterion] Analysis and Design with Root-Locus Technique [Root-Locus Plots, Root-Loci Construction Rules, Design Considerations, Lead Compensation, Lag Compensation and Lead-Lag Compensation] Analysis and Design with the Frequency Response Technique [Bode Diagrams, Polar Plots, Magnitude-Phase Plots, Nyquist Stability Criterion, Stability Analysis, Lead Compensation, Lag Compensation and Lead-Lag Compensation] Textbook (or Laboratory Manual for Laboratory Courses) 1:Computer Networks: A Systems Approach by Larry Peterson and Bruce Davie, Morgan Kaufmann. 2: Modwern Control Engineering, by Katsunhiko Ogata, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2011 3: Control Systems Engineering, by Norman S, Nise, 6th edition, Wiley, 2011

EE 354: Power Distribution and Utilization (3+1)


Load Characteristics, Application of Distribution Transmission, Design Considerations of Primary Systems, Voltage Drop and Power Loss Calculations, Distribution Systems voltage regulation, Distribution Systems Protection, distribution Systems reliability, Electric power quality, and electric utilities. Textbooks; 1: Press, 2012 2: 3: Electric Power Generation, transmission, and Distribution, by Leonard L, Girgsby, 3rd Edition , CRC

Electrical Power Distribution System engineering, by Turan Gonen, 2nd edition CRC Press, 2008
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Understanding Todays electricity Business, by Bob Shively and john Ferrare Enerdynamics LLC, 2010

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EE 330: Operating Systems (3+1)


Operating systems: structure, Process management, Threads, CPU Scheduling Process synchronization, Deadlocks, Virtual memory, File System Interface and Implementation, Mass-storage Structure, I/O Systems, Protection and Security, Distribution Systems, Special Purpose Systems, real Time systems, Linux Systems. Textbooks: 1: Edition, Wiley, 2012 Operating Systems Concepts, by Abraham Silberschatz, Peter B, Galvin, Greg Gagne, 9th

EE 352: Renewal Electrical Energy Systems (3+0)


The course covers topics as distributed generation and its interconnections issues photovoltaic, solar-thermal, hydro power, fuel cells, wave energy and wind turbines. Social, economical and environmental issues related with the renewable-energy technologies will also be discussed. Textbooks: 1: Renewable and Efficient Electric Power, by Gilbert M, Masters Wiley, 2004 2; Fundamentals of renewable Energy processes, by Aldo Vieira Da Ross, 3rd Edition Academic Press, 2013

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Semester 7
EE 410: Power Electronics (3+1)
Power Semiconductor diodes and Circuits, Diode rectifiers, Power transistors, Dc-DC Converters, Pulse-width Modulated inverters, Thyristors, resonant pulse Inverters, Multilevel inverters, Controlled Rectifiers, AC Voltage controllers, Static switches, Flexible AC transmission Systems, linear Regulated power Supplies, Dc Drives, Ac drives, Protection of devices and circuits. Textbooks; 1: Introduction to Modern power electronics, by Andrzej M, Trzynadlowski, 2nd Edition Wiley, 2010 2: Power Electronics, circuits, devices and applications, by Muhammad H. Rashid , 3rd Edition , Prentice Hall, 2013

EE 412: Electronic System design (3+1)


The topics to be covered include; modeling resistors, capacitors and inductors, sensors models, sensor interfacing, high speed PCB design, low power design, active filters, high precision circuits and low-noise techniques. Textbooks: 1:The art of Electronic by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill, 2nd edition, Cambridge university Press, 1989

EE 422: Digital Signal Processing (3+1)


The course provides a basic introduction to the theory of digital signal processing. The course concentrates on signal analysis using Fourier Transforms, linear system analysis, filter design and effect of fixed word length on the design of filters, Matlab is used for Fourier analysis and designing of digital filters. Textbooks: Understanding Digital signal processing, by Richard Lyons, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2011
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EE 432: Computer Networks (3+1)


Computer Networks and the Internet, Application Layer, Transport Layer, The Network Layer, The Link Layer and Local Area Networks, Wireless and mobile Networks, Multimedia Networks. Textbooks: Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, by J Kurose and Ross, 6th Edition, Adison-Wesley, 2012

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EE 434: Algorithms (3+1)


Topics covered include: Big O , omega, and theta notation to give asymptotic upper, lower, and tight bounds on time and space complexity of algorithms; Time complexity of recursively defined algorithms ; Algorithm design using the greedy, dynamic programming, divide-and conquer and branch-and-bound, strategies, Hash tables, binary search trees, and graphs. Sequential search, binary search, O(N log N) sorting algorithms and fundamental graph algorithms including depth-first and breadth-first search, single-source and all-pairs shortest paths, and minimum spanning tree algorithm. Textbooks; Introduction to Algorithms, by Cormen et al, 3rd Edition, MIT Press, 2009

EE 436: Database Engineering (3+1)


This course is an introduction to the architecture and design of modern database management systems (DBMSs) DBMSs are used to manage, store, and query diverse data, including audio, video and image data, Topics include logical database storage and organization, SQL transaction management and concurrency control, query processing algorithms and data structures, physical database implementation, including data storage, indexing, and optimization. Textbooks: Database System Concepts, by Abraham Silberschataz, 6th Edition, Mc-Graw Hill, 2010

EE 451: Power System Analysis and Design (3+1)


Power System, Past, Present and Future trends, Electric Utility Industry Structure, Computer in Power System engineering, Distributed Generation, Instantaneous Power in Single-Phase ac circuits Complex Power, Power in Balanced Three-Phase Circuits, transformer Equivalent Circuits, Three-phase transformers Connections and phase Shift, Balanced three-Phase Two-Phase Winding transformers, Three-Windings Transformers, Transmission-Line parameters, Power Flows, Solutions to Linear Algebraic Equations, Gauss Eliminations, Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel, Newton-Raphson, PowerFlow Problem, Power-Flow Solution by Gauss-Seidel and Newton Raphson methods. Textbook: Power Systems Analysis and Design, by Duncan Glover, J Duncan Glover, Mulukulta S. Sarma and Thomas Overbye, 5th Edition, CL-Engineering, 2011

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EE 461: Design of Electrical Machines (3+0)


Theoretical principles and techniques of electrical machine design. Design of rotating electrical machines with step-by step approach to machine design. The course presents: Machine type definitions: different synchronous, asynchronous, DC, and doubly salient reluctance machines. Analysis of types of construction; external pole, internal pole, and radial flux machines. The properties of rotating electrical machines, including the insulation and heat removal options. Methods for tackling, and solutions to, real design problems. Rotor surface magnets permanent magnet machine and squirrel cage induction machine design calculations. Textbooks: Design of Rotating Electrical Machnies, by Juha Pyrhonen, Tapani Jokinen , and Valeria Hrabovcova, Wiley, 2009

EE 482: Microwave EngineeringPassive Devices (3+1)


Topic to be covered include: Review of Maxwells equations, filed in media and boundary conditions, the plane wave, reflection from media (dielectric, conductor) boundary, loss in conductors, surface resistance, energy, power, transmission line theory, the lossless line, terminated line, Smiths chart, quarter wave transformer, lossy transmission line, general guide, TEM TE and TM modes, TE and TM solutions in rectangular wave guide. TEM modes on coaxial line and Strip-line structure, Quasi-TEM on Micro-strip line, characteristic impedances and loss calculations, microwave network analysis, impedance and equivalent voltage and current, impedance matrix and loss calculations, microwave network analysis, impedance and equivalent voltage and current, impedance matrix, signal flow graphs, microwave matching networks, limped single stub and double stub matching, microwave resonators, dielectric resonator, resonator coupling, microwave power dividers and couplers, properties of three port and four ports networks, Wilkinsons power divider, hybrid coupler quardrature and rat race and coupled line coupler. Textbooks: Microwave Engineering, by David Pozar, 4th Edition, Wiley, 2011

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EE 491: Electrical Instruments and Measurements (3+1)


Electrical Instrumentation and Measurements (3+1); Pre-requisite EE 100 Electric Circuit This course provides and introduction to the basic principles and building blocks for the analysis design of instrumentation systems for electrical/electronic and related physical measurements. It covers the basic measurements, factors effecting measuring errors. Measuring and indicating instruments. Measurement f waveform, impedance and circuit parameters, RF, and Microwave. Electronic measuring instruments, Oscilloscopes, DSO, Frequency counters, Spectrum Analyzers, Logic Analyzers, Signature Analyzers ,Network Analyzers ,Signal Generators, Pulse Generators , Arbitrary waveform Generators , Introduction to advance Concepts, Standard instruments busses, virtual instrumentation. The concept of sensors, measurement of physical/Chemical and other phenomena critical to Electrical/Electronic engineering. Textbooks: 1:Digital and Analogue Instruments, Testing and Measurement, by Nihal Kularatna, Instityute of engineering and Technology, 2008 2: Fundamentals of Instruments and Measurement, by I, Placko, Dominique, ISTE Ltd, 2007 3: Measurement and Instruments Principles, by Alen S Morris, Butterworth Heinemann, 2001

BA 400: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (2+0)

Fundamental principle of mental life and human behavior, Significance of psychology in human relationships and selfunderstanding, Topics covered include evolutionary psychology, neuropsychology, biological psychology, positive psychology, applied psychology, careers, and multiculturalism and diversity. Textbooks: 1: Innovation and entrepreneurship, by Peter F. Drucker, Harper, 2006 2; Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management, by Jack. M Kaplan and M. Kaplan (Author) Anthony Warren, 3rd Edition, Wiley, 2009
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3: Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business management, by Norman M. Scarborough, 6th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2010

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Semester 8
EE 411; Industrial Control Systems (3+1)
Electric Heating: principles and applications, induction and dielectric heating. HF Welding, Spot welding control. Industrial control: speed control of DC, AC and servo motors. AC and DC drives. Process control. Measurement of nonelectric quantities: temperature, displacement, pressure, time, frequency. Digital industrial measuring systems; Ultrasonic generations and application; X-Rays application in industry; PLCs industrial control using PLCs ; Data acquisition, distributed control system in process industries. Textbooks: 1: Modern industrial electronics, by Timothy J. Maloney, 5th edition, Prentice Hall, 2009. 2: Electric Motors and control Systems, Frank, Petruzella, Career Education, 2009

EE 423: Digital communications (3+1)


DSP as Pre-requisite: The course deals with the fundamentals and practical aspects in the analysis and design of digital communication systems,. Topics covered are: the spectrum efficient digital modulation techniques their comparison and detection techniques, channel coding principles, wireless communication channel, cellular communication principles, communication link analysis, and techniques used to combat the channel impairments, overview of multiple access techniques and example wireless communication systems. Textbooks: 1: Digital Communication, by J.G. Proakkis and M. Salehi, 5th Edition McGraw Hill, 2005 2: Digital Communication Systesm, by S. Haykins, Wiley, 2013

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EE 414: Satellite Engineering (3+0)


The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive introduction of satellite technology with the emphasis, space segment. It will develop a thorough understanding of space mission elements, space environmental and different subsystems of a satellite, and also includes the basic terminologies and principles which govern the design of satellite. Topics to be covered include: space environment, orbits and elements of space mission, launch vehicle and propulsion, attitude and orbit control subsystems, electrical power subsystem, Tracking telemetry and command subsystem, spacecraft mechanical design, thermal design, payload, satellite reliability, earth stations and introduction to Pakistan satellite programs. Textbooks: 1: The Communication Satellite by M. Williamson 2: Spacecraft System Engineering by P. Fortescue, J. Stark and G. Swinerd, John Wiley and Sons, 2003 3: Space Mission Ana;lysis and Design by W. J. Larson and J. R. Wertz, 2nd Edition, Kluwer Academic Publication, 1992

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EE 437: Computer Graphics (3+1)


This course gives a broad overview of the field of computer graphics and covers the hardware, software and techniques used in computer graphics students learn about rasterization and ray tracing, homogeneous and perspective transform, object representation, illumination models, basic GPU architecture. 2D transformations, painting windowing, clipping, 3D graphics including hidden lines and surface and shading; Textbooks: 1: Interactive Computer Graphics: A Top-Down Approach with Shader-Based Open GL by Edward Angel and Dave Shreiner, 6th Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2011 2: The Grammer of Graphics by Leland Wilkinson, 2nd Edition, Springer, 2005 3: Information Visualization: Perception for deisgn (Interactive technologies), by C. Ware, 3rd edition, Morgan Kaufmana, 2012

EE 438: Introduction to Artificial intelligence (3+0)


Introduction, Intelligence Agents, Solving Problems by Searching, Constraint satisfaction Problems, Logical Agents, Inference in First-Order Logic, Planning and acting in the real world, Knowledge Representation, Quantifying Uncertainty, Probabilistic Reasoning, making simple decision, Making Complex decision, Learning from Examples, Probabilistic Models, reinforcement Learning. Textbooks; artificial Intelligence: A modern Approach, by Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig, 3rd Edition, Prentcie Hall, 2009

EE 450: High Voltage Engineering (3+1)


Generation of High Voltage, Measurement of high voltage; Electronics field and filed stress control; Electrical breakdown in gases; Breakdown in solid and liquid bielectrics, Non-destructive insulation test techniques; Over voltages; testing procedures and insulation coordination: Design and testing of external insulation. Textbooks; 1; High Voltage and Electrical Insulation engineering, by Ravindra Aror and Wolfgang Mosch, Wiley, 2010 2; High voltage Engg fundamentals, by J. Kenffel, E. Kenffel and W.S. Zaengl, 2nd Edition Newnes,2000,
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EE 453: Power System Operation and control (3+1)


Pre- PsAnD Energy control center functions, state estimation and steady state security assessment techniques, economic dispatch, optimal power flow, automatic generation control, and dynamic equivalents. Textbooks: Power Generation, Operation, and Control, by Allen Wood and Wollenberg, 3rd editon, Wiley, 2013

EE 454: Power System Protection (3+1)


Pre-PsAnD This course covers: elements of protection system; relay Operating principles; Current and Voltage Transformers; Nonpilot Over current Protection of Transformation Lines; Rotating Machinery Protection; Transformers Protection: Bus Reactor and capacitor Protection; Power System Phenomena and relaying Considerations. Textbooks: 1: Power system relaying, by Stanley H. Horowitz and Arun G. Phadke, 3rd Edition, Wiley, 2008 2: Protection Relay Principles, by Anthony F. Sleva, CRC Press , 2009

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Department of Chemical Engineering


The department offers 4-years, 8 semesters program of BS Chemical Engineering. The program has affiliation with UET Lahore for the award of degree at the completion of the program. PEC has endorsed its functioning through Zero-Visit. The department has six Engineering Laboratories fully functioning with latest State-of-Art equipments: Applied Chemistry Applied Physics Applied Mechanics Engineering Drawing Particle Technology Electrical Technology Chemical Process Industries Fluid Dynamics Industrial Instrumentation Heat Transfer Chemical reaction Engineering Energy engineering Dynamics and Control Plant Design Environment Engineering Mass Transfer Thermodynamics

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Full Time Faculty


1: Professor Dr. M. Anwar-ul-Haq Chairman of the Department 1. Qualification: a. BSc. University of Punjab; b. PG Chemical Engineering University College London UK c. PhD Chemical Engineering University of Surrey UK 2. Membership: a. Fellow of Institute of Chemical Engineering London b. Fellow of Institute of Chemical Engineering Pakistan 3. Experience: a. Director NFC. IEFR. FSD b. Advisor COMSAT Institute Lahore c. Professor UET 4. Publication: a. A total of 33 R & D publication in Journals of National repute

2:

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Dr. Muhammad Din 1: Qualification: b. B.Sc. Chemical engineering UET LHR 1966 c. MS Chemical Eng UMIST UK 1970 d. Ph.D Chemical Engg. UMIST, Manchester UK (1974) Research Area: e. Separation Processes f. Computer Simulation g. Plant Design h. Energy Conservation Merits/awards: i. Fellow (Life) Pakistan Institution of Engineers, Lahore j. Member, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, USA k. Member, Institution of Chemical Engineers, London (U.K) l. Fellow (Life) Institution of Engineers, Lahore, Pakistan 2. Relevant Experience: a. Chairman, Chemical Engineering Department UET, Lahore b. Faculty Member, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq c. Faculty Member, King AbdulAziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia d. Assistant Director Research, King AbdulAziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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3: Engr. Waheed Uz Zaman Malik Lecturer/Coordinator ChED a. Qualifications: a. B.Sc Chemical Engineering N.F.C Institute of Engg. And Technology Multan(B.Z.U Multan) (2004-2008). b. MS Chemical Engr, UET Lahore. (2009-11) b. Research Area: a. Heat Transfer b. Chemical Reaction Engg. c. Saftey, Health and Environment Membership: a. Pakistan Engineering Council as R.E.

c.

d. Relevant Experience: a. More than two years of Teaching and Research

4: Engr. Asma Ashraf


1.

Lecturer

Qualification: a. B.Sc. Chemical Eng UET, Lahore. b. MS Chemical Eng (continuing) UET Lahore Merits/awards: a. 3 Publications in National and International Journals. Research Area: a. Process Simulation and Optimization b. Energy Engineering

2.

3.

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Relevant Experience: a. More Than Two Years Teaching Experience in Chemical Engineering.

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5: Engr. Ishfaq Abdullah 1. a. b. 2. Lecturer

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Qualification: Ms Chemial Engineering, UET Lahore, 2013 Bs Chemical Engineering , NFC-IET Multan, 2010

Research Area: a. Production Of liquified natural Gas b. Pyrolysis Of waste Tyre c. Pyrolysis of rice husk Relevant experience: a. 1.5 years teaching Experienced Lab Engr / Lecturer

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6: ENGR.HASSAN SALEEMI

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Qualification: BSc, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, 2011 MS Process(Course Work Continue),University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, 2012 to onwards Research Area:

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h.

Production of Metanilic Acid by using Oleum.(Pure Chemical Chemistry) Biogas Energy, To get saturated steam from boiler by using different Biomass Heat transfer Application, Particulate Technology Publication: Dead Immpbilized Rhizopus Arrhizus as a potential biosorbent for Copper removal, Korean j.chem.Eng DOI: 10.1007/s11814-012-0088-y, Mohsin Ali Kazmi+, Saleemi Hassan,Nadeem Feroze, Naveed Ramzan Relevant Experience: 1.5 years teaching experience, 2 months Intenship experience at various industries like Sitara Chemical, Ibrahim fibres, Nestle and D.G Khan Cement.

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7. Engr. Qasim Ali Lab Engineer 1. Qualification: a. B.Sc Chemical Engineering NFC 2011 2. Relevant Experience: a .Six month Experience at Dawood Hercules Fertilizer Limited. (Ammonia Plant) b .One Year Experience at Ittehad Chemicals Limited (ICL).

8. Engr. Syedah Zainab Mazhar

Lab Engineer

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Qualification: a. B.E Chemical Engineer, NUST, 2012 Merits/awards: a. Scholarship holder throughout four years of engineering. b. Participated in different events in NUST Entrepreneurship Club, Nust Media and Adventure Club.

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9: Ahmad Bilal Lab Supervisor 1: Qualification: a. B.Tech Chemical Engineering Preston University 2: Experience: a. Gourmet Beverages, Lahore on EKTAM Line as Incharge (Production). b. University of Engineering & Technology ,Lahore. c. Lab Demonstrator and Librarian (Additional Charge).

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Affiliated with UET Lahore 10. Engr. Aamir Masood Malik 1.Qualification: B.Sc. Chemical Engineering, NFCIET Multan affiliated to BZU, 2010 2. Relevant Experience: Lab Engineer

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1.5 years Industrial experience as chemical engineer at Rupafil Limited, Sheikhupura. 1 Year Industrial experience as Production Engineer at Bin-Rashid Colors & Chemical, Raiwind. 3. Merits/awards: 1. Process Designing Course from UET Lahore (1 month) 2. Supply Chain Management Course from PITAC Lahore (1 month)

Road Map for BS Chemical Engineering


Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Course No. Course Title Course No. Course Title

Semester I
CH-101 MA-102 ME-115 Ch.E-102 Department of Chemical Engineering Ch.E-104 HU-120 Ch.E105 Applied Chemistry-I Applied Mechanics-I Engineering Drawing Particle Technology Computers and Computation Communication Skills Fluid Mechanics 3+1 0+1 0+1 3+1 3+1 0+1 3+0 12+6

Semester-II
MA-103 Ch.E101 PHY-101 ME-105 Ch.E-103 IS/HU101 Applied Mathematics-I Industrial Stoichiometry-1 Applied Physics Mechanical Technology Engineering Materials Islamic and Pakistan Studies-I or Ethics and Pakistan Studies-I

4+0 3+0 3+1 0+1 3+0 3+0 16+2

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Semester III
CH-202 Ch.E201 Ch.E-203 Ch.E-204 Applied Chemistry -II Industrial Stoichiometry-II Chemical Process Industries Fluid Dynamics Islamic and Pakistan StudiesII (Compulsory for Muslim Students) Ethics and Pakistan Studies-II(for non Muslim Students) 3+1 3+0 3+1 3+1

Semester-IV
EE-201 Ch.E-205 MA-203 Ch.E-206 Electrical Technology Industrial Instrumentation Applied Mathematics-II Heat Transfer 3+1 2+1 4+1 3+1

IS/HU-201

3+0

HU-220

Communication Skills-II

0+1

Ch.E-202

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I

3+0

Total

15+3

Total

15+3

Semester V
MA-320 Ch.E-303 Ch.E-305 Ch.E-306 Computer Science and Numerical Analysis Chemical Reaction Engineering Unit Processes Mass Transfer 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1

Semester-VI
Ch.E-304 Ch.E-307 Ch.E-301 Ch.E-302 Ch.E-308 Chemical Engg. Mathematics Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II Maintenance Engineering Chemical Engineering Economics Energy Engineering 3+0 3+1 3+0 3+0 3+1

Total

12+4

Total

15+2

Semester VII
Ch.E-401 Ch.E-402 Ch.E-403 Ch.E-409 Process Dynamics and Control Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer Chemical Engg. Plant Design Plant Design Project-I 3+1 4+0 3+1 0+2

Semester-VIII
Ch.E-405 Ch.E-406 Ch.E-407 Ch.E-408 Engineering Laws Environmental Engineering Transport Phenomena Optional Gas Engineering Biochemical Engineering 3+0 3+1 3+0 3+0 Department of Chemical Engineering

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Ch.E-409 Ch.E-410 Plant Design Project-II Modeling and Simulation

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0+2 2+1

Total

13+4

Total

14+4

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B.Tech in Energy and Environment Engineering


Semester-I
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. 3 3 3 3 0 12 24 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 0 3 3 3 3 12 Th. 3 3 3 3 0 12 16 Pr. 0 1 1 1 1 4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Total G.Total

MA-101 CH-101 PHY-101 CT-101 HU-101

Applied Mathematics-I Applied Chemistry Applied Physics Computers and Computations Communication Skills-I

Semester-II
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. 3 3 3 0 3 12 21 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 0 3 0 6 0 9 Th. 3 3 3 0 3 12 15 Pr. 0 1 0 2 0 3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Total G.Total

MA-102 ET-101 Ch.T-103 MT-102 IS/101

Applied Mathematics-II Electrical technology Chemical Process Calculations-I Workshop Practices Islamic and Pakistan Studies-I

Semester-III
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. 3 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 Th. 3 Pr. 1 Page 57

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Affiliated with UET Lahore Chemical Process Industries Chemical Process Calculations-II Environmental Chemistry Fuel Technology 3 3 3 3 15 27 3 0 3 3 12 3 3 3 3 15 19 1 0 1 1 4

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Semester-IV
S.No. Course Code Weekly Hours Th. Fluid Flow Operations 3 Heat Transfer Operations 3 Conventional and Renewable 3 Energy Resources Islamic and Pakistan Studies-II 3 Mass Transfer Operations 3 15 24 Subject Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 3 0 0 3 9 Th. 3 3 3 3 3 15 19 Pr. 1 1 0 0 1 4

1. Ch.T-204 2. Ch.T-205 3. EET-206 4. IS/201 5. Ch.T-206 Total G.Total

Semester-V
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. Treatment 3 3 3 3 3 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 0 0 3 0 3 Th. 3 3 3 3 3 Pr. 0 0 1 0 1

1.
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EET-301 EET-302 EET-303 EET-304 EET-305

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Solid Waste Technologies Air and Noise Pollution Control Energy Conversion and Production Technologies Based on Fossil Fuels Plant Maintenance and Economics Particle Technology and Mechanical

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15 21

15 17

Semester-VI
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. and 3 3 3 3 3 15 21 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 0 0 3 0 6 Th. 3 3 3 3 3 15 17 Pr. 1 0 0 1 0 2

1. EET-306 2. EET-307 3. EET-308 4. EET-309 5. EET-310 Total G.Total

Process Instrumentation Control Industrial Waste Water Treatment Technologies Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Technologies Environmental Impact Assessment and Management Occupational Hazards and Safety

Semester VII & VIII


S.No. Course Code 1. EET-401 Subject Industrial Training/Projects Credit Hours 32

In university-Industry linkage projects, students shall carry out a technology based project related to local energy and environment related industries/establishments. The project will be approved by the committee comprised of faculty members and practicing engineers from industries.
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B.Tech in Chemical Technology


Semester-I
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. 3 3 3 3 0 12 24 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 0 3 3 3 3 12 Th. 3 3 3 3 0 12 16 Pr. 0 1 1 1 1 4

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Total G.Total

MA-101 CH-101 PHY-101 CT-101 HU-101

Applied Mathematics-I Applied Chemistry Applied Physics Computers and Computations Communication Skills-I

Semester-II
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. 3 3 3 0 3 12 21 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 0 3 0 6 0 9 Th. 3 3 3 0 3 12 15 Pr. 0 1 0 2 0 3

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Total G.Total

MA-102 ET-101 Ch.T-103 MT-102 IS/101

Applied Mathematics-II Electrical technology Chemical Process Calculations-I Workshop Practices Islamic and Pakistan Studies-I

Semester-III
S.No.
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Course Code

Subject

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Ch.T-201 Ch.T-202 Ch.T-203 CH-201

Basic Thermodynamics Chemical Process Industries-I Chemical Process Calculations-II Organic Chemistry

Weekly Hours Th. 3 3 3 3

Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 0 0 3 Th. 3 3 3 3 Pr. 1 0 0 1

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Affiliated with UET Lahore Mechanics of Materials 2 14 20 0 6 2 14 16 1 3

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Semester-IV
S.No. Course Code Subject Weekly Hours Th. 3 3 3 3 0 12 24 Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 3 3 0 3 12 Th. 3 3 3 3 0 12 16 Pr. 1 1 1 0 1 4

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Total G.Total

Ch.T-204 Ch.T-205 Ch.T-206 IS/201 HU-201

Fluid Flow Operations Heat Transfer Operations Chemical Process Industries-II Islamic and Pakistan Studies-II Communication Skills-II

Semester-V
S.No. Course Code Weekly Hours Th. Mass Transfer Operations 3 Particle Technology and Mechanical 3 Separations Industrial Materials and Corrosion 3 Control Energy Conservation and 3 Production Technologies Plant Maintenance and Economics 3 15 24 Subject Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 3 0 3 0 9 Th. 3 3 3 3 3 15 18 Pr. 1 1 0 1 0 3
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6. Ch.T-301 7. Ch.T-302 8. Ch.T-303 9. Ch.T-304 10. Ch.T-304 Total G.Total

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Semester-VI
S.No. Course Code Weekly Hours Th. Chemical Reactor Technology 3 Process Instrumentation& Control 3 Fertilizer Technology 2 Industrial Waste Treatment 3 Technologies Process Plant Utilities 2 Safety, Health and Environment 2 15 26 Subject Contact Credit Hours Pr. 3 2 0 3 0 3 11 Th. 3 3 2 3 2 2 15 19 Pr. 1 1 0 1 0 1 4

6. 7. 8. 9.

Ch.T-306 Ch.T-307 Ch.T-308 Ch.T-309

10. Ch.T-310 11. Ch.T-311 Total G.Total

Semester VII & VIII


S.No. Course Code 2. EET-401 Subject Industrial Training/Projects Credit Hours 32

In university-Industry linkage projects, students shall carry out a technology based project related to local chemical industry. The project will be approved by the committee comprised of faculty members and practicing engineers from industries.

Brief Course Outlines


CH 101
Applied Chemistry I (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
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Periodic classification of elements on the basis of the structure of atoms; Physical principles involved in the study of the properties of metals and nonmetals. Solutions: Solubility; Raoults law; Azeotropic solution; Vapour pressure and distillation of partially miscible and immiscible liquids; Diffusion; Osmosis; Theory of dilute solutions; Molecular weight of substances & relation with vapor pressure. Electrochemistry: Electrolysis, Electrolytic conductance; Transport number; Ionic equilibria. Activity co-efficient; Electrolytic determinations, Debye Huckel theory of strong electrolytes; Solubility Products; Galvanic Cells, Potentiometric titrations; pH; Buffer solution; Acid-base indicators.

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MA 102
Applied Mechanics-I (0+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
To find experimentally the moment of inertia of a flywheel about its axis. 2. To verify law of friction between solid bodies and find the coefficient of friction between wood and various other materials. 3. To find the value of G by bars in a Basilar suspension. 4. To determine the center of gravity of various figure cut outs of wooden plank by experiment and by calculation. 5. To determine the reactions of a beam under various loading. 6. To find the tension in various part of a hanging rope loaded at various parts. 7. To find the velocity ratio, mechanical advantage, load lost in friction and the efficiency of a Weston differential pulley. 8. To determine the force acting in the tie and the jib of a simple Jib (wall crane). 9. To find mechanical advantage, load lost in friction and the efficiency of the screw jack. 10. To find the velocity ratio mechanical advantage, load lost in friction and the efficiency of worm and worm wheel. 11. To verify the law of connection, the coefficient of friction between a cord and drum and the angle of lap. 12. To verify the principle of moments which states that if a number of co-plan forces acting on a body are in equilibrium and if their moments are taken out at any point in their plane then the sum of clock wise moments is equal to sum of anti clock wise moments.

ME 115
Engineering Drawing (0+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to the subject; Use of instruments; Planning of a drawing sheet; The projection of simple solids in simple positions; The oblique and auxiliary plans; Lettering; Dimensioning; the principal requirements of a working drawing; Isometric and pictorial projection of solid figures, Making of free-hand sketches from solid object and from orthographic projections; Sections of solid; Tangent planes to surfaces in contact, Inter-section of surfaces and inter-penetration of solids;. Development of surfaces; Screw thread systems; Key and cotters; Couplings and simple bearings; Preparation of detailed and few assembly drawing

Ch.E 105
Fluid Mechanics (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction & Importance of Fluid mechanics; Description of Fluids; Type of fluids and Classification of Fluid Flows; Compressible vs. Incompressible Fluids, Steady and Unsteady Fluid Flows, Properties of Fluids; Basic Equations of Fluid Flow; Flow of Incompressible Fluids in Pipes, Laminar and Turbulent Flow in closed Channels; Processes of Compressible Fluid Flows; Flow through variable area conduits; Boundary Layer Concept, Prandtls Boundary Layer Equations, Turbulent Boundary Layers; Dimensional Analysis.

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Ch.E 102
Particle Technology (3+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to Chemical Engineering & Importance of particle technology in Chemical Process Industries; Shape and size of the particles; Fundamentals of the following unit operations; Screening, conveying, mixing, size reduction and size enlargement, crystallization; Different types of screening equipment, conveyors, mixers, size reduction equipments and crystallizers, with emphasis on the followings; mechanical construction, operation and the working principle, design and the controlling parameters, efficiency, economic evaluation, applications and the selection criteria. Introduction to Separation processes; Role of mechanical separation in chemical processing; Fundamentals of the following mechanical separation: Filtration, sedimentation, Clarification, Floatation, Centrifugal Separations, Jigging, Tabling, Magnetic and Electrostatic Separations, Sonic Agglomeration, Different types of Filters, Cyclones, Centrifuges, Floatation cells, Electrostatic Precipitators, Magnetic Separators and settling tanks.

Ch.E 104
Computers and Computation (3+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to Computers: Logging in proper usage, access and security; Use of keyboard and mouse; General feature and operation of graphic user interfaces; Menus and windows operations; Use of online help and tutorials. General Operations: File and directories naming, handling and good practice; Copying, cutting and pasting; operating systems in practices. Word Processors: Document creation and editing; Formatting, layout, use of fonts; Spell checking. Spreadsheets: Data, formulae, label input and management; Layout and good practice. Graphics: Basic use of graph making and drawing packages; Creation and presentation of different types. Integration: Cutting and pasting via clipboard and by direct import from compatible software to create composite documents. Network Operations: Use of printer servers and drivers; Electronic mail for receiving and submitting assignments.

HU 120
Communication Skills (0+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to communication skills (the process of communication, Communication Principles, Importance of good communication skills in business environments, communication in business organizations, Challenge of communication in the global market), Study skills, components of communication, Non-verbal communication, Functional English, Assessment week, public speaking(Difference between speaking and writing, reading texts of good public speeches and analysis of their components, listening to famous public speeches, exercise in public speaking), Formal presentations(modes of formal presentations, purpose of oral presentations, mechanics of presentations), written communication.

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Ch.E 101
Industrial Stoichiometry-I (3+0) ; Pre-requisite: NIL

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Units and dimensions, conversion of units, dimensional analysis; Stoichiometric and composition relations; Concepts of ideal gases; Vapor pressure saturation and humidity as applied to material balance calculations. Introduction to material and energy balance computations.

MA 103
Applied Mathematics-I (4+0) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Differentiation and its applications; Maclaurin and Taylor series; Maxima and Minima of functions of single variable; Revision of elementary integration; Integration by substitution and by parts; Definite integrals; Application of Integrals; Area under the curve; Length of Arc; Mean and root mean square values and centroid; Area of surfaces and volumes of solids of revolution; Theorem of Pappus and Guldinus; Algebra of matrices and determinants. Solution of system of equations; Linear Transformations and Eigen value problems; Vectors; Tensors and their simple applications; Motion along a straight line with uniform acceleration; Motion along a curved path; Tangential and Normal components of acceleration; Simple Harmonic motion. Projectile; Power, Momentum and conservation of momentum and energy; Force balance on submerged bodies.

PHY 101
Applied Physics (3+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Thermometry; Heat transfer; Heat insulation; Properties of materials for use in buildings. Geometrical optics; The focal length of a spherical surface; The focal length of a lens; Magnification; Compound lenses; Resolving power. Laws of illumination and photometry; Sextant Spectrometer. Principles of refracting telescopes, Polarization of light; Waves and oscillation; Sound waves; Resultant of two simple harmonic motions; Resonance and beats. Acoustics and its application in design of flats. Interference: Wavelength and frequency; units and measurement of intensity, Reflection and refraction of sound; Reverberation time. Magnetic effect of current; C.G.S. and practical units; Relation between magnetism and electricity; Magnetic Field due to current in a long wire; Force on a current carrying conductor in magnetic field; Laws of electromagnetic induction; Galvanometer, Ammeter; Voltmeter; Avo-meter; Condensers and dielectrics; Magnetic Materials; BH curves, Hysteresis; Magnetic circuit Calculations; Solenoids, Pull of an electromagnet; Principles of diode and triode; Cathode-ray tube and photo-multiplier tube. Atomic and Nuclear physics: Atomic structure; Nuclear Structure; Radioactivity; Nuclear Theory, Fission and Fusion.

Ch.E 103
Engineering Materials (3+0) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to the concepts of stress & strain applied to Chemical Engineering Design; Mechanical & thermal properties & the applications of the following materials of construction; Iron & steel, stainless steel, Nickel, Hastelloy, Copper alloys, Aluminum & its alloys, Lead, titanium & tantalum; Phase equilibrium diagrams of stainless steel; Polymeric materials; Composite materials; Glass, Stoneware, Acid-resistant bricks & tiles; Special materials of construction; Introduction to corrosion and its types.
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ME 105
MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY (0+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Workshop practice to learn basic workshop techniques and operations. Elementary Machines Shop: Detailed study of Centre Lathe and accessories; Plain and Taper turning, Simple Screw Cutting; Introduction to the Shaper, Slotter, Planner, Pillar and Radial Drilling Machines. Fitting Shop: The use and care of fitters tools; Laying out and marking of jobs, Practice in filing, sawing, drilling, dicing, tapping and reaming of holes in metallic jobs; Familiarizing with the working of Arbor Press and Power Hacksaw. Electric Shop: Study of tools, materials and accessories used in wiring practice; Cables, their sizes, types and current ratings. Switch gear used on domestic installations. Types of Wiring systems and use of Distribution Boards. Earthing, its necessity and methods of installation of earth electrodes. Use of magger testing set. Evolution of neutral in a distribution system. Smith Shop: The use and care of Smithy tools. Study and use of open hearth forge. Practice in upsetting, drawing out, spreading, bending, cutting and punching. Hardening and tempering of small cutting and punching of small cutting tools; Soldering; brazing; Electric, gas and forge welding. Carpentry Shop: The use and care of carpentry tools. Timber: its defects and preservation methods; Practice in planning and sawing; Study of joints.

IS/HU 101
Islamic and Pakistan Studies-I (Compulsory for Muslim Students) (3+0)
Part-I: Quran and Sunnah; Al-Quran Al-Karim; Al-Hadith Al-Sharif, Deen-e-Islam, the study of cardinals articles of faith; Serah-tun-Nabi; Islam and modern science; Ethics Part-II: Ideology of Pakistan; A brief history of Muslim society in subcontinent; Historical back ground of the Ideology of Pakistan national & reformative movements; Hazrat Sheikh Mujaddad Alf-i-Sani; Educational efforts; Pakistan movement.

CH 202
Applied Chemistry-II (3+1) ; Pre-requisite: CH-101 Applied Chemistry-I (3+1)
Organic Chemistry: Introduction to chemical bonding; Resonance and its applications; Mechanisms and method of determining; Tautorism; Functional Group; Addition to carbon-carbon and carbon-oxygen double bond; Substitution and Elimination reactions; Aromatic Compounds; Inter conversion of functional groups; Organic Nitrogen compounds and heterocyclic system; introduction to Bio-chemistry: Chemistry of Bimolecules; Enzymes; bio-energetic and Bio-Chemical techniques: Bio-Chemical Technology.
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Ch.E 202
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I (3+0) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Fundamental quantities; Zero law of thermodynamics; First law of thermodynamics; The ideal gases; PVT relationship of pure fluids; Heat effects; Effect of temperature on heat of reaction; Second law of thermodynamics; Concept of entropy; Third Law of thermodynamics; Thermodynamic Properties of fluids; Single phase and two phase system; Generalized Correlations of gases; Thermodynamic properties of mixture.

Ch.E 203
Chemical Process Industries (3+1) ; Pre-requisite: NIL
Water treatment and operation of modern steam power plants including generators, engines, turbines and auxiliary equipment; Heavy chemicals, Silicate and agro based industries; Fertilizer, insecticides and Explosives. Fertilizer(Nitrogenous fertilizer, phosphoric fertilizer, potassium fertilizer,), Sugar Industry, glass Industry, Surface Coating industries, insecticides and Explosive.

Ch.E 204
Fluid Dynamics (3+1); Pre-requisite: Ch. E 105 Fluid Mechanics
Introduction to Fluid Dynamics; Transportation Of Fluids; Selection Design, Procedures and Cost for storage tanks, Pipes, Fittings and Valves; Selection of Pipes, Pumps, Compressors, Blowers, Fans, Turbines and Expanders; Design Procedures and Costs; Metering of Fluids; Agitation and mixing of Fluids; Static Fluid Phenomena in Static Mixers; Dynamic Mixiers; Flow Passed Immersed bodies; Fluidization; Chemical Engineering Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD); Cavitation Prevention of Pump; Chocking Prevention of Pipes; Corrosion Prevention; Surging in Compressors.

Ch.E 201
Industrial Stoichiometry-II (3+0); Pre-requisite: Ch. E 101 Industrial Stoichiometry-I
Material balance involving consecutive reactions; Recycling and Purging of streams; Energy computation and conservation in respect of selected unit processes and unit operations; Combined material and energy balance calculation over process industries with particular reference to petroleum refining.

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EE 201
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY (3+1); Pre-requisite: PHY 101 Applied Physics
Basic concepts; Electrical Quantities and Units, Basic Circuits, Laws, Circuits Components, Multiple-load circuits. Complex-Circuit Analysis; Magnetism And Electromagnetism; Alternating Current and Voltages power in AC circuits, Capcitance, Inductance, Transformers. R.C and L circuits, Electric Motors, Instruments and Measurements, Residential Wiring Concepts

MA 320
Computer Science And Numerical Analysis (3+1); Pre-requisite: Ch.E 104 Computers and Computation
Finite Difference and theory of interpolation, iterative methods, Newton series, etc, Approximation zeros (roots) numerical integration and differentiation. Iterative methods for solution of linear systems, design value problems, numerical solution of ordinary differential equation. Matlab primer: introduction to Matlab, Linear Algebra applications: matrix calculations, Solution of linear equations, Eigen value calculation. Ploting of various types of graphs using ezplot and plot functions. Symbolic Mathematics: symbolic differentiation and solution of differential equations. Numerical solution/ calculation of integrals, derivatives and differential equations, transfer function manipulation and study of transient response, of response of various first and second order systems, plotting Bode and Root Locus diagrams, introduction to simulink, Simulation of a typical feedback control loop in Simulink.

MA 203
Applied Mathematics-II (4+0); Pre-requisite: MA-103 Applied Mathematics-I
Complex Numbers; Argand Diagrams; Exponential and Polar Forms; Demoivers theorem; Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions; Complex functions; limits anad continuity, Complex Differentiation and Cauchy-Rieman equations; Complex integration, Cauchys theorem and cauchys integral formula;Paritial differentiation; total differential and its application to small errors; Statement of Taylors Theorem; Maxima and minima of function of two independent variables; Differential equations; First order and special types of higher order differential equation of engineering applications; Partial differential equation; their solutions by the methods of separation of variables;Differential equation in Partial cylindrical and spherical coordinates; Fourier series; Fourier theorem and coefficients in Fourier series.Even and odd function; Complex form of fourier series; Frequency Distribution; Measures of central tendency and dispersion; Average Deviation; Standard deviation and variance correlations and regression analysis; Probability; Basic theory and distribution; nomo grams.

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Ch.E 206
Heat Transfer (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to heat transfer; Application & Importance of heat transfer; Modes of heat transfer; Importance of temperature in mechanism of Heat Transfer; calculation of Log Mean Temperature difference and its importance; caloric temperature and wall temperature, Momentum and Heat transfer analogies; Boiling And Condensation; Dimensional Analysis. Principles of Industrial heat transfer; introduction to Heat Transfer Equipments; Selection of Heat Exchangers; Fundamental of Design; Design of Heat Exchangers, Condensers, Boilers, Re-boilers, Air Coolers; Correction Factor for different Heat Exchangers; Heat Exchanger performance Evaluation; Fundamental of design of Furnaces; Heat transfer from extended surfaces; Compact Heat Exchangers.

Ch.E 303
Chemical Reaction Engineering (3+1).
Fundamentals of Chemical Reaction Engineering: Rate of reaction; Rate equation; Molecularity and order of reaction; Kinetic model and mechanism for non-elementary reactions. Analysis of Rate Data: Integral and differential methods of analysis for single irreversible / reversible reactions for constant volume reactors & for Variable volume reactors. Ideal Reactors, for Single Reactions: Design / performance equations for homogenous batch and flow reactors; Holding time and space-time for flow reactors; Comparison of reactors. Multiple Reactors System: Reactors of equal size and different sizes used in series/parallel; Determining best set up for given conversion. Recycle reactors, Auto catalytic reactions.

Ch.E 305
Unit Processes (3+1); Pre-requisite: Ch. E 203 Chemical Process Industries
Industrial application of the following unit processes with emphasis on their kinetic behavior and economic importance: Nitration; Esterification; Amination; Halogenations; Sulphonation; Oxidation and Hydrogenation. Introduction to biochemical engineering processes.

Ch.E 306
Mass Transfer (3+1);
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Basic concepts of mass transfer; Mass conservation equations for single and multi-component mixtures; Steady state diffusion; Prediction of diffusion coefficients; Applications using diffusion equation; Theoretical models for mass transfer; Mass transfer in porous media; convective mass transfer with chemical reaction; Mass transfer across a phase boundary. Introduction o mass transfer operations; Selection Criteria among Different Separation Processes; complete design calculations for equilibrium stage processes; Distillation; Gas absorption; Leaching and Liquid-Liquid extraction; Ion Exchange; Design Calculations for differential Contractors; Limiting Processes; Case study taking environment,manufacturing and economic effects.

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Ch.E 304
Chemical Engineering Mathematics; Pre-requisite:Applied Math-I & II
Application of the followings to the Chemical Engineering problems: Ordinary differential equations; Simultaneous differential equations; Partial differential equations; Series Solution; Laplace Transformations.

Ch.E 307
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II (3+1);Pre-requisite: Ch E 202 Thermodynamic-I
Thermodynamic properties of homogeneous mixtures; Fugacity; Partial molal properties; Phase equilibria; Miscible, partially miscible and immiscible system; Activity; Gibbs-Duheum equation; Chemical equilibrium; Duheum's theorem for reacting systems; Conversion of heat into work; Steam power plant, Engines, Refrigeration and Liquefaction; Thermodynamic analysis of processes.

Ch.E 308
Energy Engineering (3+1).
Mineral energy resources; Fuels in solid, Liquid and gaseous state; Renewable energy resources, Hydroelectric Power, Solar Energy, Wind Power, Wave and Tidal Power, Geothermal energy, Nuclear Energy, Carbonization; Combustion; Gasification; Fuel up-gradation; Energy from Biomass; Environmental Impacts Of Energy Resources.

Ch.E 205
Industrial Instrumentation (2+0).
Fundamentals of electrical technology and digital logic employed in measurement; Review of scientific principles employed in instruments; Parts of instruments e.g.; sensor, modifier, recorder etc; Dynamic & static properties of instruments; selection & calibration of instruments; Instrument Identification and Line Symbols; Available technology of instrumentation for Temperature, Flow, Level, Weight, Load, Pressure, and Composition etc; Transducers advanced measurement devices employing piezoelectric current, ultrasonic, laser, microwave etc; Installation and installation costs; Case studies.
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Ch.E 402
Simultaneous Heat And Mass Transfer (4+0); Pre-requisite: ChE 206 Heat Transfer & ChE 306 Mass Transfer
Multicomponent distillation; Azeotropic and extractive distillation; Equipment evaluation and design; Drying mechanisms; Humidification & Dehumidification and equipment design; Adsorption; Ion Exchange; Cooling Towers; Basic Principles, Types, Feaures and Operation of various cooling towers, Cooling tower design.

Ch.E 403
Chemical Engineering Plant Design(3+1); Courses upto Sixth Semesters.
Introduction; Process design development; General design considerations; Optimum design; Materials of fabrication and their selection; Material transfer handling and equipment design; Heat transfer equipment design; Mass transfer equipment design; Application of computer aided design of software.

Ch.E 405
Engineering Laws(3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL
Laws for environmental concern/regulations and penalties. Engineering projects bidding and compliance requirements, Rules, responsibilities and obligations. Understanding banking and credit institutions legislations, labor laws. Safety rules and regulations, certification procedures and opportunities. Government and company legislations. Codes and conduct of engineering projects.

Ch.E 409
Plant Design Project; Pre-requisite: Courses up to sixth semesters
Plant design project is the practical demonstration of students theoretical knowledge. In plant design project groups of students are assigned a project which includes process selection, capacity setting, overall material and energy balance, design of different units or equipments, instrumentation and control, economic analysis of plant, hazard assessment & HAZOP study etc. Students are required to present project in front of class and teaching faculty in a seminar which helps to improve their interpersonal & communication skills.

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Ch.E 302
Chemical Engineering Economics (3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL
Characteristics of Chemical industry; Market survey; Plant location; Estimation of capital investment; Physical-plant cost; Manufacturing cost; General expenses; Sales and profit; Organization and management; Cost accounting; Research and development; Marketing.

Ch.E 404
Engineering Management (3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL
Resources and management processes; Environment of engineering organization and managers; Social, Ethical, Global and Multicultural environment; Elements of planning and decision making; Decision making and their types; Managing strategy and strategic planning; Elements of an organization. Organization design, change and innovation; Human resource management; Managing motivation and performance; Managing work groups and teams; Organizational communication and interpersonal relations in engineering organizations; Types of control; Managing operation, quality and productivity of an engineering organization.

Ch.E 406
Environmental Engineering (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
Introduction to ecology of environment; Impact of technology on ecology of system; The effects of industrial pollutants on human environments; Environmental impact assessment & sustainable development; Air pollution and its control; Water pollution and its control; Industrial waste water and its control; Industrial noise pollution and its control; Future requirements of process industries and developments under the constraints of diminishing world resources and ecological demands of human environment. EIA methods and techniques for impact prediction and evaluation.

Ch.E 407
Transport Phenomena (3+0); Pre-requisite: ChE 105 Fluid Mechanics; ChE 402 Simultaneous Heat & Mass Transfer
Viscosity and the mechanism of momentum transport; Velocity distributions in laminar flow; The equations of change for isothermal systems; Velocity distribution with more than one independent variable; Thermal conductivity and mechanism of energy transport; Temperature distribution in solids and in laminar flow; The equations of change for non-isothermal systems; Diffusivity and the mechanisms of mass transport; Concentration distribution in solids and in laminar flow; The equations of change for multi-component systems.

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Ch.E 407
Optional: 1. Gas Engineering Introduction to natural gas industry; Phase behavior of natural gas systems; Properties of natural gas and volatile hydrocarbon liquids; Gas hydraulics; Compressor station; pipe loops vs. compression; Gas distribution network (analysis &simulation), selected elements of graph theory, formulation of equations for steady state analysis, numerical solution of algebraic equations, methods of steady state analysis; Gas purification by low temperature processes; Sweetening & dehydration of crude gas; Corrosion protection of gas pipelines; Pipeline economics. 2. Bio-Chemical Engineering Introduction; Chemical engineering and biotechnology; Cells, cell structure, Cell types; Lipids, saccharine, RNA, DNA, amino acids and proteins; Enzymes production and kinetics, substrate and its utilization; Biomass production and product formation; Experimental techniques; Immobilization materials and techniques; Biochemical reactors; Downstream processing; Applications and future of biotechnology. 3. Nuclear Engineering Radioactive decay; Nuclear reactions and artificial radioactivity; General properties; Neutrons: Neutrons flux; Fission and chain reactions; Separation of isotopes and uses of stable isotopes; Nuclear reactor principles; Reactor start up and operations; Materials of construction; Design of gas cooled enriched uranium reactors; Processing methods of nuclear materials; Radiation hazards; Shielding; Detection and control instruments; Waste disposal. 4. Polymer Engineering Detailed account of raw materials used; advanced treatment of methods of polymerization and co-polymerization; Principles of polymers formation; Thermal cleavage of covalent bonds; Radical production by photochemical; High energy radiation and oxidation reduction processes; Structure and properties of polymer; Analysis and testing of polymers; Production and properties of commercially important polymers; Detailed account of polymer processing; Design of equipment and machinery used; Recent advances in polymer technology. 5. Computer Aided Design Modeling of chemical engineering design problems, using spread sheet software for design solutions, user definable functions, formulas and data replication, iterative and selective structures implementation, macro application, graphical output; Flow sheeting fundamentals, flow sheeting codes, representing a design problem in flow sheeting codes, using flow sheeting software for solving design problems; Physical property estimation, cost estimation, heat and mass balances computations, degree of freedom and thermodynamic property calculations, size determination, regression analysis and graphical output of results, using flow sheeting software. 6. Process Analysis and Optimization Use of models in process engineering; Model as a working description of a system; Levels of detailed types and function of mole: mechanistic, empirical, stochastic, procedural and qualitative reasoning using models; Strategy for model building: Relationship between engineering and mathematical approximations; Example of dynamic delay of air heater; Conceptual models; Formulation of functional mechanistic models based on conservation equations; Coordinate free methods based on vector/matrix notation; Models for complex and irregular geometry; Case study examples for heat exchanger and tubular reactor definition of system parameters consistent with the model; Averaging and model reduction techniques; Numerical procedures based on weighted residuals. Adaptive models: Empirical models based on non-linear regressive adaptive refinement of models; State variables models and matrix differential equations; Filtering and continuous up-dating of models; State estimation and adaptive control. Population balance models:

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Description of process in terms of distribution functions based on principal attributes; Age distribution; Process vessel characteristics in terms of residence time distribution functions; Standard models based on plug flow, CSTR and dead space; Mixing and age distribution; Application to reaction systems and liquid-liquid extraction. Quantitative models: Diagnostic procedures; Signal flow graphs; Reasoning with qualitative models; Model for process simulation; Analysis of systems behavior for process optimization, flexibility and safety; Stability and multiple states.

Ch.E 401
Process Dynamics And Control (3+1);Pre-requisite: ChE 205 Industrial Instrumentation
Introduction & significance of control; Feedback& feed forward control; Design & Hardware elements of control; Dynamics of first & second order systems; Overall transfer function testability; Controllers (P, PI, PID etc) & final control elements; Representation of control systems; Multiple control loops; cascade, ratio, over-riding etc. Introduction to stability of chemical processes; introduction to frequency response techniques; Routh's criteria, Bode plots, Nyquit method; Computer control, Introduction to Distributed Control Systems; Case study: Development of control scheme of complete plant.

Ch.E 303
Chemical Reaction Engineering (3+1);
Fundamentals Of Reaction Engineering: Rate of reaction; Rate Equation; Kinetic model and mechanism for non-elementary reactions. Analysis of Rate Data; Integral and differential methods of analysis for single irreversible/ reversible reactions for constant volume reactors and for variabe volume reactors; Ideal reactors; For single Reactions; Design/Performance equations for homogenous batch and flow reactors; Holding time and space-time for flow reactors; Comparison of Reactors. Temperature & Energy Effects for Single Reactions: Heat of reaction and equilibrium constant. From thermodynamics; Design equations for batch and flow reactors derived from mass balance and energy balance equations; Adiabatic & nonadiabatic operations. Introduction to Heterogeneous Reaction System: Fluid particle reaction kinetics; Rate controlling step in shrinking and non-shrinking spherical particles. Catalysis, Adsorption Isotherms: B.E.T. equations; Kinetics of solid catalyzed reactions; Experimental methods for finding rates; Integral reactors& differential reactors; Design for gas-solid catalytic reactors.
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Department of Computer Science


The department offers 4-years, 8 semesters program of BS Computer Science. The program has affiliation with UET Lahore for the award of degree at the completion of the program. The department has eight fully functioning laboratories with latest State-of-Art equipments. Applied Physics Lab Data Base Systems Lab Operating Systems Lab General Purpose Computer Lab Computer Networking Lab Artificial Intelligence Lab Mechanics and Wave motions Lab Programming Lab

New set of computers are in line for purchase to enhance capacity of computer labs for general use and subject Labs.

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Full Time Faculty


11: Safi Ullah Marwat 1: Qualification:
MIT, Kohat University of Science and Technology, 2007 MSCS, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Islamabad, 2009 c. PhD (in progress), National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Islamabad Research Area: a. Medical Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary Computation Merits/awards: a. Guest Speaker in the seminar Image Processing, usage in Medical and Engineering Fields, organized by Faculty of Engineering, Superior University Lahore b. 2nd position in MIT program c. Indigenous Scholarship for MS/MPhil leading to PhD from Higher Education of Pakistan d. Visiting Scholar at VyTL lab of University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA a. b.

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2: Amna Khan Lecturer 1. Qualification: a. BS Computer Science UET, Lahore. b. MS Computer Science UET, Lahore. c. PhD CS (in progress) COMSATS Lahore 2. Research Area: Software Engineering, Semantic Web, HCI, OOAD, programming languages 3. Research Papers: 1. Imran Sarwar Bajwa, Amjad Farooq, Amna Khan, An effective eLearning System for Teaching the Fundamentals of Computing and Programming, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Sciences and Engineering, (2010), P-10
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Amna Khan, Imran Mir and Amjad Farooq, Designing an Effective Semantic Web based eLearning System, Journal of Computing, (June 2011), P-154. Imran Mir, Amjad Farooq, Amna Khan, Metrics for Semantic Social Networks, Journal of Computing, (June 2011), P-167
Imran Mir, Amjad Farooq, Amna Khan, Rizwan Mir , Metrics for Measuring Attributes of Virtual Semantic Social Network Members, Journal of Computing, (August 2011), P-55 Relevant Experience: 2.5 years of teaching experience at SCET. June 2006 - Dec 2010 Visiting lecturer / Lab engineer, College of Engineering and emerging technology, University of Punjab Jan 2008 June 2010 Visiting lecturer / Lab engineer, institute of chemical engineering, University of Punjab

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3: Rashid Rasheed
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Lecturer/ Coordinator CSD

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Qualification: a. BS Computer Science (University of Lahore, Lahore) b. MS Computer Science Intl Islamic University Islamabad Research Area: a. Wireless Networks b. Wireless Multi Homed Relevant Experience: a. Two Years Teaching at SCET

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4: Naveed Hussain
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Lecturer

Qualification: a. M.Sc (Computer Science) B.Z.U Multan 1999 b. M.Phil.( Computer Science) University of Central Punjab 2013 Research Area: a. Machine Learning b. Data Mining c. Database System d. Software Engineering. e. Information Retrieval Merits/awards: a. Best Teacher Award of CS Dept. (Lahore Garrison University D.H.A Lahore) in 2010 Relevant Experience: a. 2013-Date Sharif College of Engineering and Technology (Affiliated from UET Lahore) b. 1999-2004 Information Technology Institute D.H.A Lahore (Affiliated from Punjab University) c. 2004-2007 Garrison Postgraduate College Cantt Lahore(Affiliated from UET Lahore) d. 2007-2009 Yanbu University College Yanbu Saudi Arabia e. 2009-2013 Lahore Garrison University D.H.A Lahore

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1: Qualification: a. b.

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MS(CS): UET Lahore (2013) BS(CS): UET Lahore (2009) a. Software Engineering (SDLC), Project Management, Web Development.

2: Research Area: 3: Research papers: Paper submitted in Pakistan journal of science 4: Relevant Experience: a. Worked as a Research Assistant in UET Lahore (one year)

6: Abdullah Afzal
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Lab Supervisor

a. BS Telecommunication Engineering, FAST Lahore b. MS Industrial Engineering & Management, University of Punjab

7: Muhammad Umer
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Lab Supervisor

Qualification: a. Bachelor in Computer System Engineering From University of Engineering and Technology Lahore, 2009 Research Area: a. Web Development b. Data Basis c. Dot Net Development Relevant Experience: a. 1 year experience of .net development in software house b. 1 and half year experience as lab engineer at scet.

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Qualification: a. BSCS HONS from UET Lahore 2012 Research Area: a. Software engineering b. Database c. Artificial intelligence d. Object oriented Analysis & Design e. Object oriented programming Merit/Award: a. Amount of 70k from HEC as scholarship for final year project. b. 2nd position in UET Taxilla s final year project exhibition. c. Merit scholarship from UET Lahore. d. Laptop on merit from CM of Punjab. Relevant Experience: a. Six months internship in area of networking.

Road Map BS Computer Science


Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Course No. Course Title Course No. Course Title

Semester I
CS 100 PHY 101
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Semester-II
1+1 3+1 4 3 2+2 CS 142 PHY 103 MA 103 EE 121 HU 202 Programming Fundamentals II Electricity and Magnetism Multivariate Calculus Circuits Analysis I Communication Skills 2+1 3+1 3+0 3+1 2+0

Introduction to Computing Mechanics & Wave Motion Calculus Islamiat / Ethics & Pak Studies Programming Fundamentals I

MA 100 IS 103 CS 140

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2013 13+3

Semester III
CS 241 MA 202 CS 200 HU 202 IS/HU 303 CSE 120 Object Oriented Programming Differential Equations & Transforms Discrete Mathematics Technical Writing Language Digital Logic Design 2+1 4+0 3+0 3+0 3+0 3+1

Semester-IV
CS 210 CSE 225 CS 202 MA 250 MA 210 IS 304 Data Structures and Algorithms Computer Organization and Assembly Language Theory of Automata & Formal Probability and Statistics Linear Algebra and Complex Analysis Islamiat/Ethics & Pak Studies Total 3+1 3+1 3+0 3+0 4+0 3+0 19+2

Total

18+2

Semester V
CS 326 CS 390 CSE 330 CS 310 CSE 311 HU 312 Operating Systems Software Engineering Database Systems Analysis of Algorithms Numerical Analysis and Computing Project Management 2+1 3+1 3+1 3+0 3+0 3+0

Semester-VI
CS 391 CS 360 CS 370 Object Oriented Analysis and Design. Artificial Intelligence. Computer Networks Elective Elective 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+0 3+0

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17+3

Total

15+3
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Semester VII
CS 491 CSE 445 Final Project I Programming Languages
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Semester-VIII
0+3 3+0 CS 492 CS 402 Final Project II Compiler Construction 0+3 3

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CSE 450 HU 401

3+1 3 3

Computer Architecture. Elective

2+1 3+0

Total

12+4

Total

8+4

Brief Course Outlines


CS 100
Introduction to Computing (2+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
This course focuses on a breadth-first coverage of computer science discipline, introducing computing environments, general application software, basic computing hardware, operating systems, desktop publishing, Internet, software applications and tools and computer usage concepts; Introducing Software engineering and Information technology within the broader domain of computing and Social issues of computing. Number Systems, Binary numbers, Boolean logic, History computer system, basic machine organization, Von Neumann Architecture, Algorithm definition, design, and implementation, Programming paradigms and languages, Graphical programming, Overview of Software Engineering and Information Technology, Operating system, Compiler, Computer networks and internet, Computer graphics, AI, Social and legal issues. Text Book: 1. Computers: Tools for an information Age, 8th Edition, H.L.Capron, Addison Wiseley. 2. Computers: Information Technology in Perspective, 9/e by Larry Long and Nancy Long, Prentice Hall, 2002 / ISBN: 0130929891 3. An Invitation to Computer Science, Schneider and Gersting, Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning, 2000 4. Computer Science: An overview of Computer Science, Sherer,
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CS 140
Programming Fundamentals (2+1); ; Pre-requisite: NIL

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The course is designed to familiarize students with the basic structured programming skills. It emphasizes upon problem analysis, algorithm designing and translating them into structured programs : Overview of computers and programming. Overview of language for e.g. C language C. Basics of structured and Modular programming. Basic Algorithms and problem solving, development of basic algorithms, analyzing problem, designing solution, testing designed solution. Fundamental programming constructs, translation of algorithms to programmes, data types, control structures, functions, arrays, records, files, testing programmes. Text Books: 1. Problem Solving and Program Design in C / 6E Hanly & Koffman Addison-Wesley | Published: 02/06/2009 ISBN10: 0321535421 | ISBN-13: 9780321535429 2. C++ How to Program, 5/E (Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Deitel, ISBN-10: 0132404168 ISBN-13: 9780132404167 Publisher: Prentice Hall Copyright: 2007

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CS 241
Object Oriented Programming (2+1); Pre-requisite: CS 142 Programming Fundamentals
The course aims to focus on object-oriented concepts, analysis and software development. Evolution of Object Oriented (OO) programming, OO concepts and principles, problem solving in OO paradigm, OO programme design process, classes, methods, objects and encapsulation; constructors and destructors, operator and function overloading, virtual functions, derived classes, inheritance and polymorphism. I/O and file processing, exception handling. Text Books: 1. C++ How to Program, 6/E (Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Deitel ISBN-10: 0136152503 | ISBN-13: 9780136152507 Publisher: Prentice Hall 2. Java How to Program, 7/E (Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Deitel ISBN-10: 0132222205 ISBN-13: 9780132222204 Publisher: Prentice Hall

CSE 120
Digital Logic Design (2+1); Pre-requisite: PHY 103 Electricity and Magnetism & EE 121 Circuit Analysis
Design Concepts, Introduction to logic circuits, truth tables, logic gates and networks, Boolean algebra, synthesis using AND, OR and NOT gates, NAND and NOR logic networks, design examples, introduction to CAD tools, introduction to Verilog, Implementation technology. Optimized implementation of logic functions. Number representation and arithmetic circuits. Combinational circuit building blocks, Flip Flops, registers, counters and simple processor. Text Book: Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design by Brown and Vranesic. Published by Mc-Graw Hill, ISBN#: 007-263676-7.

CSE 225
Computer Organization and Assembly Language (2+1); Pre-requisite: CSE 120 Digital Logic Design
The main objective of this course is to introduce the organization of computer systems and usage of assembly language for optimization and control. Emphasis should be given to expose the low-level logic employed for problem solving while using assembly language as a tool. At the end of the course the students should be capable of writing moderately complex assembly language subroutines and interfacing them to any high level language Microprocessor Bus Structure: Addressing, Data and Control, Memory Organization and Structure (Segmented and Linear Models), Introduction to Registers and Flags, Data Movement, Arithmetic and Logic, Programme Control, Subroutines, Stack and its operation, Peripheral Control Interrupts, Interfacing with high level languages, Real-time application. Objectives and Perspectives of Assembly Language, Addressing Modes, Introduction to the Assembler and Debugger, Manipulate and translate machine and assembly code, Describe actions inside the processing chip, Discuss operations performed by an instruction set, Write a fully documented program, Using an assembler of choice. Text Books: 1. Stallings, "Computer Organization & Architecture", 7th ed, Prentice HALL, 2006. 2. Irvine, Assembly Language for Intel-based Computers, 5th ed, Prentice Hall, 2007.

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Computer Organization and Design, The Hardware/Software Interface, 4th ed, by David A. Patterson and John L. Hennessy, 2008. Elsevier Publishers.

CS 202
Theory of Automata and Formal languages (3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL
The course aims to develop an appreciation of the theoretical foundations of computer science through study of mathematical & abstract models of computers and the theory of formal languages. Theory of formal languages and use of various abstract machines as recognizers and parsing will be studied for identifying/validating the synthetic characteristics of programming languages. Some of the abstract machines shall also study as Transducers. Finite State Models: Language definitions preliminaries, Regular expressions/Regular languages, Finite automata (FAs), Transition graphs (TGs), NFAs, Kleenes theorem, Transducers (automata with output), Pumping lemma and non regular language Grammars and PDA: Context free grammars, Derivations, derivation trees and ambiguity, Simplifying CFLs , Normal form grammars and parsing, Decidability, Chomskys hierarchy of grammars Turing Machines Theory: Turing machines, Post machine, Variations on TM, TM encoding, Universal Turing Machine, Context sensitive Grammars, Defining Computers by TMs. Text Book: Introduction to the Theory of Computation, Sipser, 2nd Edition, Thomson Course Technology, 2006.

CS 325
Operating Systems (3+0); Pre-requisite: NIL
This is course is designed to teach students the concepts and principles that underlie the design and implementation of contemporary operating systems. The discussion of concepts and principles used in UNIX, LINUX and MS-DOS/MS-Windows operating system will be integrated throughout the course. Students will be given the opportunity to examine important UNIX and Linux data structures, Virtual memory management schemes, Security and Risk analysis schemes and their implementations in various operating systems. Text Books: 1. Operating System Concepts by Silberschatz , Galvin and Gagne, 6th Edition, 2002, Published by John Wiley and Sons Inc. 2. Modern Operating Systems by Tanenbaum A.S, 2nd Edition
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CS 310
Design and Analysis of Algorithms (3+0); Pre-requisite: CSE 120 Digital Logic design
Detailed study of the basic notions of the design of algorithms and the underlying data structures. Several measures of complexity are introduced. Emphasis on the structure, complexity, and efficiency of algorithms. Introduction; Asymptotic notations; Recursion and recurrence relations; Divide-and-conquer approach; Sorting; Search trees; Heaps; Hashing; Greedy approach; Dynamic programming; Graph algorithms; Shortest paths; Network flow; Disjoint Sets; Polynomial and matrix calculations; String matching; NP complete problems; Approximation algorithms. Text Books: 1. Introduction to Algorithms /2E, T. H. Cormen, C. E. Leiserson, and R. L. Rivest, MIT Press, McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, 2001. 2. Algorithms in C++; Robert Sedgewick

CSE 330
Computer Networks (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
To introduce students to the concept of computer communication. Analogue & digital transmission. Network Layers, Network models (OSI, TCP/IP) and Protocol Standards. Emphasis is given on the understanding of modern network concepts. Analogue and digital Transmission, Noise, Media, Encoding, Asynchronous and Synchronous transmission, Protocol design issues. Network system architectures (OSI, TCP/IP), Error Control, Flow Control, Data Link Protocols (HDLC, PPP). Local Area Networks and MAC Layer protocols (Ethernet, Token ring), Multiplexing, Switched and IP Networks, Internetworking, Routing, Bridging, Transport layer protocols TCP/IP, UDP. Network security issues. Programming exercises, labs or projects involving implementation of protocols at different layers. Text Books: 1. Introduction to Computer Networks /4, A. S. Tanenbaum, Prentice Hall 2003 2. Computer Networks and Internets, 5/E, 2008 Douglas E. Comer, Purdue University ISBN-10: 0136061273 ISBN-13: 9780136061274 Publisher: Prentice Hall 3. Data and Computer Communications By William Stallings Published by Macmillan Pub. Co., 8th Edition 2006

CSE 310
Analysis of Algorithms; Pre-requisite: NIL
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Discrete Structure, Data Structures and Algorithms. Detailed study of the basic notions of the design of algorithms and the underlying data structures. Several measures of complexity are introduced. Emphasis on the structure, complexity, and efficiency of algorithms. Introduction; Asymptotic notations; Recursion and recurrence relations; Divide-and-conquer approach; Sorting; Search trees; Heaps; Hashing; Greedy approach; Dynamic programming; Graph algorithms; Shortest paths; Network flow; Disjoint Sets; Polynomial and* matrix calculations; String matching; NP complete problems; Approximation algorithms. Text Books: 1. Introduction to Algorithms /2E, T. H. Cormen, C. E. Leiserson, and R. L. Rivest, MIT Press, McGraw-Hill, New York,

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CSE 311
Numerical Analysis and Computing (2+1); Pre-requisite: MA 202 Differential Equations; MA 210
On completion of this unit, students will be able to demonstrate programming proficiency using structured programming techniques to implement numerical methods for solutions using computer-based programming techniques .using Matlab for all methods. The course must serve the purpose of scientific software development for science and engineering problems. The concepts of efficiency, reliability and accuracy of a method. Minimising computational errors. Theory of Differences, Difference Operators, Difference Tables, Forward Differences, Backward Differences and Central Differences. Mathematical Preliminaries, Solution of Equations in one variable, Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation, Numerical Differentiation and Numerical Integration, Initial Value Problems for Ordinary Differential Equations, Direct Methods for Solving Linear Systems, Iterative Techniques in Matrix Algebra, Solution of non-linear equations. Text Books: 1. A first course in Numerical Analysis by Saeed Bhatti and Naeem Bhatti, 4TH Edition, 2003. 2. Numerical Analysis by Gerald

CS 390
Software Engineering (3+1); Pre-requisite: CS 210 DSA
The students will study techniques for software verification, validation and testing. They would also study reliability and performance issues in software design and development. Upon successful completion of this course the student will be to understand the importance of software engineering to computer science and the most important general approaches to structuring the software production process, analyze the requirements for a software system and produce a software design from requirements (Data Flow Diagram (DFD)), assess software productivity using metrics, use different testing techniques used in software engineering to test software systems, manage the important issues for planning a project. Introduction to Software Engineering, Software Process Framework, Process Models, Agile Software Process, Software Engineering Practices , System Engineering, Requirement Engineering , Analysis Modeling, Design Engineering, Architectural Design, Component Design, User Interface Design, Testing Strategies, Testing Tactics, Product and Process Metrics, Project Management, Project Estimation, Project Scheduling, Risk Management, Quality Management , Change Management. Text Books: 1. Software Engineering: A Practioner's Approach, Roger Pressman, McGraw-Hill, Sixth Edition, 2005. 2. Ian Sommerville. Software Engineering, Addison-Wesley, 2001 (7th edition).

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CS 360
Artificial Intelligence (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
This course studies four main objectives of AI. Modeling the environment by constructing computer representations of the real world. Perception and reasoning - obtaining and creating information/knowledge to populate a computational representation. Taking actions by using the knowledge of the environment and desired goals to plan and execute actions. Learning from past experience. Artificial Intelligence: Introduction, Intelligent Agents. Problem-solving: Solving Problems by Searching, Inference engines and user interface, Knowledge representation methods: semantic nets, rules, frames, logic, depth first search, breadth first search and best first search methods, Constraint Satisfaction Problems, Adversarial Search. Knowledge and reasoning: Logical Agents, First-Order Logic, Inference in First-Order Logic, Knowledge Representation. Planning and Acting in the Real World. Uncertain knowledge and reasoning: Uncertainty, Probabilistic Reasoning, Probabilistic Reasoning over Time, Making Simple Decisions, Making Complex Decisions. Learning: Learning from Observations, Knowledge in Learning, Statistical Learning Methods, Reinforcement Learning. Communicating, perceiving, and acting: Communication, Probabilistic Language Processing, Perception and Robotics. Introduction to LISP/PROLOG and Expert Systems (ES) and Applications. Text Books: 1. Expert Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence by Efraim Turban. 2. Artificial Intelligence: Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving: International Edition By George F. Luger, 6th edition: Pearson Education, 2008. 3. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, By Stuart Jonathan Russell, Peter Norvig, John F. Canny, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2003

CS 370
Database Systems (3+1); Pre-requisite: NIL
The course aims to introduce basic database concepts, different data models, data storage and retrieval techniques and database design techniques. The course primarily focuses on relational data model. Structured Query Language (SQL) is also introduced and practiced in course. Basic database concepts; Logical database Modelling and design: Entity Relationship diagram (ERD), Enhanced ERD Relational data model: mapping ERD to relational model, Functional dependencies and Normalization: 1st -3rd Normal Form and BCNF, Relational Algebra; Structured Query language (SQL); Fundamental knowledge about Transaction processing, concurrency control recovery techniques and query optimization concepts. Text Books: 1. R. Elmasri and S. Navathe. Fundamentals of Database Systems, Benjamin/Cummings. 2. C. J. Date, Database Systems, Addison Wesley Pub. Co. 3. Abraham Silberschatz, Henry F. Korth S. Sudarshan. Database System Concepts.Artificial Intelligence: A Modern

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Introduction and History, Syntax and Semantics, Control Structures, Types, Logic Programming, Functional Programming and Lambda calculus, Concurrent and Distributed Programming, Dataflow, Object-oriented Programming. Text Books: 1. Raphael Finkel, Advanced Programming Language Design, Addison-Wesley. ISBN: 0805311912 2. Introduction to the Theory of Programming Languages -- Bertrand Meyer 3. The Study of Programming Languages -- Ryan Stansifer 4. The Anatomy of Programming Languages -- Fischer and Grodzinsky 5. Concepts of Programming Languages -- Sebesta

CSE 450
Computer Graphics (3+0); Pre-requisite CS 200 Discrete Math
Study of various algorithms in computer graphics and their implementation in any programming language. Graphics hardware. Fundamental algorithms. Applications of graphics. Interactive graphics programming graph plotting, windows and clipping, and segmentation. Programming raster display systems, Differential Line Algorithm, panning and zooming. Raster algorithms and software Scan-Converting lines, characters and circles. Scaling, Rotation, Translation, Region filling and clipping. Two and three dimensional imaging geometry (Perspective projection and Orthogonal projection) and transformations. Curve and surface design, rendering, shading, colour and animation. Text Books: 1. Computer Graphics, Principles and Practice, J. D. Foley, A. van Dam, S. K. Feiner and J. F. Hughes, Addison-Wesley ISBN: 0-201-12110-7. 2. Computer Graphics, F.S.Hill, Maxwell MacMillan ISBN: 0-02-354860-6. 3. Interactive Computer Graphics: Functional, Procedural and Device-level methods; Peter Burger and Duncan. F. Gillies; Addison-Wesley, (2003)

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CS 402
Compiler Construction (3+0); Pre-requisite: CS 202Theory of Automata
At the end of the course students should understand the overall structure of a compiler, and will know significant details of a number of important techniques commonly used. They will be aware of the way in which language features raise challenges for compiler builders. Compiler techniques and methodology. Organization of compilers. Lexical and syntax analysis. Parsing techniques. Object code generation and optimization, detection and recovery from errors. Contrast between compilers and interpreters. Text Books: 1. Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools By Alfred V. Aho, Ravi Sethi, Jeffrey D. Ullman, Contributor Jeffrey D. Ullman ,Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 2nd edition,1987 Original from the University of Michigan 2. Modern Compiler Design, By Dick Grune, Henri E. Bal, Ceriel J. H. Jacobs, Koen G. Langendoen, John Wiley, 2000. 3. Modern Compiler Implementation in C, By Andrew W. Appel, Maia Ginsburg, Contributor Maia Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

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Department of Natural & Social Sciences


1: GHALIB UL ISLAM Lecturer/Chairman
Qualification: 1. M. Sc Physics, University of Punjab, Lahore, 2006. 2. M. Phil High Energy Physics, Uni. of Punjab, Lahore, 2009. 3. Ph. D High Energy Physics, University of Punjab, Lahore (In Progress). Research papers: 1. Munawar Iqbal, Ghalib ul Islam, Haris Rashid & Fazal e Aleem, High Energy Electron Beam Sources; Generation, Design & Applications: An Overview, Proceedings of the 4th Int. Conf. on Modern Trends in Physics Research, (MTPR10), World Scientific, Singapore, (2011). 2. Munawar Iqbal, Ghalib ul Islam, Safa Saleem & W. B. Hermannsfeldt, Optimization of hairpin source electron gun using EGUN, Accepted for publication in Vacuum. Munawar Iqbal, Ghalib ul Islam, Ayub Faridi and Haris Rashid, Study of Characteristics Parameters for Line Source Electron Beam Emitter Assembly using EGUN, Presented in International Scientific Spring (ISS)-2012 at National Centre for Physics, Islamabad, Pakistan, March 05-09, 2012. Merits/awards: 1. First Position in M. Phil. Relevant Experience: Working as Lecturer Physics in SCET from 2010. Worked as Visiting Lecturer at Centre for High Energy Physics, University of the Punjab, Lahore, for six months in 2010. Worked as Teacher Assistant at Centre for High Energy Physics, University of the Punjab, Lahore, for six months in 2009-2010. One year as Lecturer Physics at Sialkot College of Commerce, Narowal from 2006 to 2007 3.

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2: Atiq-ur-Rehman
1:Qualification:

Lecturer (Physics)

a. M.Sc. Physics (Electronics) Quad-i-Azam University Islamabad. b. M.Phil Physics (Electronics) Quad-i-Azam University Islamabad. c. B.Sc (Math + Physics) 2: Research Area: a. Electromagnetic Field Theory b. Communication (Information Theory, Channel Coding) c. Digital Designs d. Wave Propagation and Antenna e. Game theory and Stochastic Processes

3:Merits/awards: a. Merit Scholarships in M.Phil 4: Experience: a. Visiting Lecturer University of Punjab. b. Research Assistant at PU Lahore. c. Lecturer Sialkot College of Commerce. d. Lecturer O and A Level.

3:Engr. Sohaib Amin Lecturer (Mathemaitcs)


Qualification: a. BS Metallurgy and Material Engineering GIKI. b. MS Industrial Engineering PU (continue) 2: Research Area: c. Electromagnetic materials and Energy Management. 3: Merits/awards: a. Executive member of American Society of Materials. b. Captain GIKI cricket team 2007-2008. 4:Experience: a. Worked with LUMS on the project of statistical survey. b. Two Years teaching at SCET
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1: Qualification: a. b. BA in English Lliterature, Punjab University, 1997 MA in English Literature, Punjab University, 2000

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Lecturer

5. Muhammad Nadeem Qualification:


1. 2. 3.

Lecturer

MSc, Formain Christain College Lahore, 2007 M.Phil, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, 2010 PhD (in Progress) Comsat Institute of Information and Technology Lahore, 2013 to onwards.

Merits/awards:
Distinction in MSc (2005-2007)

Relevant Experience:
8 years of teaching experience at different reputed Institutes.

6. Atiq Ur Rahman Qualification:

Lecturer

1. M.A University of the Punjab 2010 2. B.Ed Allama Iqbal Open University 2013 3. B.A University of the Punjab 2005 Relevant Experience:
8 years of teaching experience

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Lecturer

M.Phil, GC University, Faisalabad, 2009 PhD (Thesis completed for submission), GC University, Faisalabad, 2009 to onwards

Relevant Experience:
5 years teaching experience, 1.5 years experience as a chemist in chemical

Labs
Applied Chemistry Applied Physics Mechanics and Wave motions

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Administration and Facility Management


Bazigh Mahmood Qureshi Deputy Registrar/Controller Examinations 1. Qualification: a. BS Computer Engineering UMT, Lahore. b. MS Radio Systems Engineering University of Hull, UK. 2. Experience: a. Lecturer EE UMT. b. Capstone Project Manager, UMT. 3. Award: a. Distinction MS Modules University of Hull, UK. Sardar Tayyab Ali : Qualification: MBA Human Resources UoL Lahore Office Manager/Assistant Registrar

Mumtaz Khan: Assistant Registrar/Admin Officer 1. Qualification: a. MBA HR & Marketing AIOU Islamabad 2. Experience: a. Accountant NAM Engineering Pvt. Ltd. b. Administrative officer SIT. c. Visiting lecturer SIT. 3. Books Written: a. Business Management & Industrial Economics b. Industrial Management & Human Relations. c. Business Communication.
Administration and Facility Management

Sadaf Zubairi:

Assistant Controller examination

1. Qualification: a. MBA Finance University of Management Science Lahore

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Humaira Shehzad Qualification: MSc Library Science PU, Lahore. M.A Political Science PU, Lahore. Chief Librarian

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Department of Human Resources:

Amina Bibi
Qualification: BBA
Administration and Facility Management

Head of HR
Sarhad University of S&T

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Department of Finance
Safdar Kahloon Qualification MBA Finance University of Management Science Lahore Chief Accountant

Muhammad Ramzan

Accountant

Abdul Mateen

Account Assistant

Information Technology Service


Information Technology Section has 3MB wireless as backbone service for internet dedicated to Sharif College of Engineering and Technology. The local server hosts SCET administrative, academic and student data for scientific processing of academic progress of students and faculty. Scanner, Line Printer and other related facilities are provided. Central Library has installed twelve Computers with Internet facility for general usage or surfing for library information. PEC permission granted via Minutes of 61st EA&QEC held June 4, 2011 Page 97

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Full Time Officers


Muhammad Salman Saeed
1. Qualification: Head of IT Services/Network Administer

a. Master Computer Science b. B.ComPunjab University Lahore c. Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)
2. Experience:

a. Working in faculty of Engineering, University of Central Punjab, as Lab Administrator b. Worked in a private company Broadways Communications LHR as Network Engineer

Sohail Ahmad
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Assistant IT Services

2.

Qualification: a. BCS ICT Lahore b. MCSE Diploma of computer System Eng c. MCSE Diploma of Computer hardware Experience: a. Assistant Network Services SIT/SCET

Tauseef Aamir
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Web Developer

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Information Technology Service

Qualification: a. MCS (in Progress) b. Short Courses for Web development c. C+ Certification From KIIT Karachi Experience: a. 3 years as Programmer and Project Manager in Veskoli INC b. 3 years as web developer and IT Manager in MJAP