proposed for the 12 disciplines in Phase1 is based on
the internationally accepted course of studies. These courses
will be adapted to suit the conditions in Pakistan
particularly, and the requirements of developing
countries in general.
are planned to offer a balance between acquiring knowledge
and skills through lectures and laboratories and skill practiced
through case studies, practical projects and presentations.
In all their academic exercises, group work among
themselves and interaction with the industry is
format offers a range of courses apart from the compulsory ones to provide
flexibility and room to encourage new suggestions and ideas . It is
expected that the innovation generated at the Institute is blended with
experience and tools of the industry to go forth for real creativity.
The enthusiasm and commitment of student is vital for blending.
System shall be followed for teaching and examination purposes.
for the First Two Semesters
Courses for the first two semesters are
kept general to test student aptitude and to infill , if any deficiency in
basic knowledge exists. The courses offer for the first two semesters
include Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Social Sciences, Ethics and Religion, Computing, relevant
software's, Communication Skills, Humanities,
Languages, Project Design and Economics, Although the titles in most cases
are similar, yet their course content will differ to suit the technology being taught.
These courses will be offered by the School of Applied Sciences and Management.
Field Specialized Courses
From Third semester onwards, the courses shall
be more specialized. During this period emphasis will be given to offer varied and diverse course contents
with the same field of specialization as
optional courses. This is to help the students in selecting their own
agenda to meet their interest. Thereby opening up new frontiers to
knowledge and learning . In the initial semesters, focus is more on taught
courses, whereas in the mid-semesters the focus turns to group work and
finally the student is prepared for independent research and decision
Undergraduate degree is offered following a
minimum of four years (eight semesters ) of successful study. It
will include practical and
laboratory teaching hours as well. One course offers a maximum of four
lecture hours of theory and eight hours of practical work.
Masters Degree Requirements
For Masters course minimum of thirty months of
study is required to be successfully completed before Masters degree in
Engineering. Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Chemical Process Engineering, Electronics and Electrical
Engineering, and Computing offers Doctoral, Masters and Post Graduate
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Electrical engineering plan to
courses in Biomedical System engineering, Control and Instrumentation,
Digital Communication, Optical and Semi Conductor Devices, Solid State Electronic,
Thin Films, and Robotics.
in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering will cover Masters course
in Automobile and Aerospace engineering, and Ph.D degrees in Aerospace
systems analysis, Aerospace Structure and Aerospace Structure and Design
processes, Solid Mechanics, Automobiles and Plasma and Combustion sciences.
Specialization in Chemical
Chemical Process Engineering offers
specialized PhD programs in Polymers and Molecular, Micro & Macro
Transport Mechanics in Material and Design and Processes, Solid Mechanics
in Material and Design Processing.
Doctoral Degree Requirement
Doctoral degrees may be awarded following minimum
30 months of successful course work and dissertation after Master