Faculties & Departments

Department of Agricultural Engineering

Introduction and Overview

Pakistan’s economy is primarily agrarian based as agriculture sector is contributing about 21% to its GDP, employing 45% of its work force, and providing livelihood to more than 67% of its population, which is residing mostly in the rural areas. The contribution of this sector in economy is heavily dependent on adequate supply of irrigation water, state of the art modern as well as low cost farm equipment and structures and safe environment. At the same time, it is also needed to provide alternative energy sources and post-harvest food preservation technologies to ensure food security as post-harvest losses in fruits and vegetables could reduce production as much as 25-40%..

Keeping these issues in view, the Department of Agricultural Engineering at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology, Rahim Yar Khan has been established. The Department is proud of its infrastructure, highly accomplished and talented academia and well equipped laboratories for a comprehensive training in water, mechanization, environmental and computer modelling aspects of agriculture. Department also aims to be a hub in faculty professionalism and entrepreneurial development in agricultural engineering. The Department has opened its doors to the public to boost its professional and industrial dialogue through university industry linkage, outreach programs, internship for students and MOUs with public/ private sectors.

Vision

The vision of agricultural engineering department is to become a estigious Seminary of Learning and Innovation Global excellence in training, research and innovation in water and environment management, farm mechanization, agro-processing, renewable energy and crop-soil-water productivity To promote sustainable agricultural development and preserving the ecosystems through optimal use of indigenous resources for precision agriculture, consequently achieving sustainable development of Rural Areas in close collaboration with farming community. To produce highly skilled professionals by imparting professional education, training and skills at undergraduate and graduate level in the field of Agricultural Engineering with special focus on resolving issues faced by the farming community.

Mission

The mission of Agriculture Engineering Department is:

  • State of the Art Training: To promote student’s learning in Agricultural engineering and related disciplines to achieve excellence in Agriculture sector.
  • Services and Entrepreneurship: To serve the nation by providing trained engineers to plan and execute the public and private sector projects pertaining to food security and natural resources management through engineering & technology principles.
  • Discovery and Innovation: To bring indigenous and global professionals together who can exploit local wisdom and novel solutions for mitigation of regional and global challenges of climate change, water use efficiency and food security.

Key Facts

  • Agricultural engineering is the area of engineering concerned with the improvement and advancements in the water management, bringing innovation in the mechanization and ensuring the food security through precision agriculture.
  • The use of modern tools like Global Positioning System and satellite Derived Remote Sensing and GIS, GPS operated farm machinery revolutionize the agriculture and brought the prosperity in the farming community.
  • The professionals (teachers/researchers) aimed to excel imparting education and training pertaining to water resources management and utilizing the water resources of the country in an efficient manner.
  • Department plans to impart professional education, training and produce skilled manpower at graduate and postgraduate level in the field of Agricultural Engineering with special focus on resolving issues faced by the farming community.
  • The department has foreign qualified Faculty members and sate of the art laboratories in the field of Agricultural Engineering.
  • The department has on campus Water and Agricultural Mechanization Research Station (WAMRS).
Sr. NoResourcesName
1Faculty MembersEngr. Dr. Yasir Niaz
Engr. Dr. Shanawar Hamid
Dr. Muhammad Adnan Bodlah
Engr. Dr. Muhammad Mohsin Waqas
Engr. Hassan Raza
2Lab EngineerEngr. Abdul Waheed
Engr. Faizan Shabir
3Research FarmWater management and Agricultural Mechanization Research Station (WAMRS)
4Undergraduate Agricultural Engineering LabsEnvironmental Engineering Lab
Engineering Thermodynamics Lab
Fluid Mechanics Lab
CAD/ CAM Lab, And GIS & RS Lab
Surveying Lab
Farm Machinery and Workshop Lab
Soil and Water Conservation Lab
Hydrology and Hydrological Modelling Lab
Open Channel and Irrigation Lab
5Undergraduate Agriculture LabsAgronomy Lab
Entomology Lab
Horticulture Lab
6Graduate Research: Centre for Water and Environmental Management Studies (CeWENS)Energy and Environmental Research Lab (EERL)
Water Pollution Control and Management (WPML)
Precision Agriculture and Hydro-Climatology (PACL)
7Graduate Research: Fareed- Biodiversity Conservation Center (FBCC)Insect Ecology Lab (IEL)
Insect taxonomy lab (ITL)
Integrated Pest management Lab (IPML)
Ecotoxicology Lab
Insect Rearing Lab

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Agricultural Engineering
  • BS Agriculture
    (Agronomy, Agricultural Extension, Agricultural Economics, Entomology, Horticulture)
  • MS Agricultural Engineering
  • MS Water Resource Management *
    * Subject to approval / NOC from HEC / Competent Authority / Accreditation Body

BS Agriculture Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-1101Basic Agriculture2 
2AGRI-1201Basic Agriculture Lab1 
3AGRI-1103Introduction to Soil Science-I1 
4AGRI-1203Introduction to Soil Science-I Lab1 
5AGRI-1105Introduction to Animal Husbandry2 
6AGRI-1205Introduction to Animal Husbandry Lab1 
7FDST-1101Introduction to Food Science and Technology2 
8FDST-1201Introduction to Food Science and Technology Lab1 
9ENGL-1118Functional English3 
10ISLS-1112/ETIC-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics2 
11BIO-1101/BIO-1201/MATH-1101Biology (for Pre-Engineering students)/Mathematics (for Pre-Medical students)(2)-(1)-(3) 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-1102General Crop Production2 
2AGRI-1202General Crop Production Lab1 
3AGRI-1104Introduction to Agricultural Economics3 
4AGRI-1106Introduction to Agricultural Extension and Rural Development3 
5AGRI-1108Introduction to Soil Science-II2 
6AGRI-1208Introduction to Soil Science-II Lab1 
7AGRI-1110Introduction to Forest and Watershed Management2 
8AGRI-1210Introduction to Forest and Watershed Management Lab1 
9PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
10STAT-2104Probability and Statistics3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-2101Introductory Genetics2 
2AGRI-2201Introductory Genetics Lab1 
3AGRI-2103Introductory Entomology2 
4AGRI-2203Introductory Entomology Lab1 
5AGRI-2105Introduction to Plant Pathogens2 
6AGRI-2205Introduction to Plant Pathogens Lab1 
7AGRI-2107Introductory Horticulture2 
8AGRI-2207Introductory Horticulture Lab1 
9AGRI-2107Introduction to Rangelands and Wildlife Management2 
10AGRI-2207Introduction to Rangelands and Wildlife Management Lab1 
11AGRI-2109Agribusiness, Marketing and Trade3 
12CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
13CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-2102Introductory Plant Breeding2 
2AGRI-2202Introductory Plant Breeding Lab1 
3AGRI-2104Applied Entomology2 
4AGRI-2204Applied Entomology Lab1 
5AGRI-2106Introductory Plant Pathology2 
6AGRI-2206Introductory Plant Pathology lab1 
7AGRI-2208Horticultural Crop Production2 
8AGRI-2208Horticultural Crop Production Lab1 
9AGRI-2110Introduction to Communication in Agricultural Extension2 
10AGRI-2210Introduction to Communication in Agricultural Extension Lab1 
11HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
Agronomy Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRN-3101Biological Nitrogen Fixation2 
2AGRN-3201Biological Nitrogen Fixation Lab1 
3AGRN-3103Plant Nutrients and Growth Regulators2 
4AGRN-3203Plant Nutrients and Growth Regulators Lab1 
5AGRN-3105Farm Record and Management2 
6AGRN-3205Farm Record and Management Lab1 
7AGRN-3107Seed Production Technology2 
8AGRN-3207Seed Production Technology Lab1 
9AGRN-3109Forage and Fodder Production2 
10AGRN-3209Forage and Fodder Production Lab1 
11AGRN-3111AGRO-Technology of Major Crops2 
12AGRN-3211AGRO-Technology of Major Crops (Lab)1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRN-3102Principles of Weed Science2 
2AGRN-3202Principles of Weed Science Lab1 
3AGRN-3104Crop Management under Stressful Environments2 
4AGRN-3204Crop Management under Stressful Environments Lab1 
5AGRN-3106Conservation Agronomy2 
6AGRN-3206Conservation Agronomy Lab1 
7AGRN-3108Introduction to Crop Modelling2 
8AGRN-3208Introduction to Crop Modelling Lab1 
9AGRN-3110Environment and Crop Production2 
10AGRN-3210Environment and Crop Production Lab1 
11AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
12AGEN-3212Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRN-4101Principles of Weed Science2 
2AGRN-4201Principles of Weed Science Lab1 
3SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
4AGRN-4103Conservation Agronomy2 
5AGRN-4203Conservation Agronomy Lab1 
6AGRN-4105Introduction to Crop Modelling2 
7AGRN-4205Introduction to Crop Modelling Lab1 
8AGRN-4107Environment and Crop Production2 
9AGRN-4207Environment and Crop Production Lab1 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
11AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1AGRN-4102Organic Farming3 
2AGRN-4104Plant and soil Analysis2 
3AGRN-4204Plant and soil Analysis Lab1 
4AGRN-4106Crop Management under Stressful Environments2 
5AGRN-4206Crop Management under Stressful Environments Lab1 
6AGRN-4108Research and Scientific Writing2 
7AGRN-4208Research and Scientific Writing Lb1 
8AGRN-4110Research Project / Internship4 
Entomology Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENTO-3101Insect Morphology2 
2ENTO-3201Insect Morphology Lab1 
3ENTO-3103Principles of Insect Taxonomy2 
4ENTO-3203Principles of Insect Taxonomy Lab1 
5ENTO-3105Insect Ecology2 
6ENTO-3205Insect Ecology Lab1 
7ENTO-3107Insect Pest of Household, Man and Animals2 
8ENTO-3207Insect Pest of Household, Man and Animals Lab1 
9ENTO-3109Insect Behaviour2 
10ENTO-3209Insect Behaviour (Lab)1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENTO-3102Insect Physiology2 
2ENTO-3202Insect Physiology Lab1 
3ENTO-3104Insect Classification and Biodiversity2 
4ENTO-3204Insect Classification and Biodiversity Lab1 
5ENTO-3106Agricultural Pest and Their Management3 
6ENTO-3206Agricultural Pest and Their Management Lab1 
7ENTO-3108Stored Product Pest and Their Management2 
8ENTO-3208Stored Product Pest and Their Management Lab1 
9ENTO-3110Beneficial Insects2 
10ENTO-3210Beneficial Insects Lab1 
11AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
12AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENTO-4101Integrated Pest Management3 
2ENTO-4201Integrated Pest Management Lab1 
3ENTO-4103Plant Resistance to Insect Pests2 
4ENTO-4203Plant Resistance to Insect Pests Lab1 
5ENTO-4105Insecticides and their Application2 
6ENTO-4205Insecticides and their Application Lab1 
7ENTO-4107Range and Forest Entomology2 
8ENTO-4207Range and Forest Entomology Lab1 
9AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
11SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
Semester-VIII
1ENTO-4102Biological Control of Insect Pests2 
2ENTO-4202Biological Control of Insect Pests Lab1 
3ENTO-4104Apiculture2 
4ENTO-4204Apiculture Lab1 
5ENTO-4106Agricultural and Environmental Pollution2 
6ENTO-4206Agricultural and Environmental Pollution Lab1 
7ENTO-4108Scientific Writing and Presentation2 
8ENTO-4208Scientific Writing and Presentation Lab1 
 ENTO-4110Research Project / Internship4 
Horticulture Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HORTI-3101Principles of Fruit Production3 
2HORTI-3201Principles of Fruit Production Lab1 
3HORTI-3103Principles of Vegetable Production2 
4HORTI-3203Principles of Vegetable Production Lab1 
5HORTI-3105Principle of Ornamental crop Production2 
6HORTI-3205Principle of Ornamental crop Production Lab1 
7HORTI-3107Propagation and Nursery Management2 
8HORTI-3207Propagation and Nursery Management Lab1 
9HORTI-3109In Vitro Propagation1 
10HORTI-3111In Vitro Propagation Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HORTI-3102Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruits2 
2HORTI-3202Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruits Lab1 
3HORTI-3104Summer Vegetables2 
4HORTI-3204Summer Vegetables Lab1 
5HORTI-3106Landscape Horticulture2 
6HORTI-3206Landscape Horticulture Lab1 
7HORTI-3108Medicinal and Aromatic Plants2 
8HORTI-3208Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Lab1 
9HORTI-3110Post-Harvest Horticulture2 
10HORTI-3210Post-Harvest Horticulture Lab1 
11AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
12AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HORTI-4101Research Methods in Horticulture2 
2HORTI-4201Research Methods in Horticulture Lab1 
3HORTI-4103Temperate Fruit2 
4HORTI-4203Temperate Fruit Lab1 
5HORTI-4105Winter Vegetables2 
6HORTI-4205Winter Vegetables Lab1 
7HORTI-4107Commercial Flower Production2 
8HORTI-4207Commercial Flower Production Lab1 
9HORTI-4109Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
11AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1HORTI-4102Vegetable and Flower Seed Production2 
2HORTI-4202Vegetable and Flower Seed Production Lab1 
3HORTI-4104Project Planning and Scientific Writing1 
4HORTI-4204Project Planning and Scientific Writing Lab0 
5HORTI-4106Protected Horticulture2 
6HORTI-4206Protected Horticulture Lab0 
7HORTI-4108Indoor Plant Culture and Interioscaping2 
8HORTI-4208Indoor Plant Culture and Interioscaping Lab0 
9HORTI-4110Business Management in Horticulture3 
10HORTI-4112Breeding of Horticultural Crops2 
11HORTI-4212Breeding of Horticultural Crops Lab1 
12HORTI-4114Research Project / Internship4 
Agriculture Economics Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGEC-3101Microeconomics-I3 
2AGEC-3103Macroeconomics-I3 
3AGEC-3105Mathematics for Economics3 
4AGEC-3107Statistical Methods for Economics2 
5AGEC-3207Statistical Methods for Economics Lab1 
6AGEC-3109Food and Agricultural Marketing3 
7AGEC-3111Economics of Agro based Industries3 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGEC-3102Microeconomics-II3 
2AGEC-3104Macroeconomics-II3 
3AGEC-3106Development Economics3 
4AGEC-3108Mathematical Economics3 
5AGEC-3110Agribusiness Management3 
6AGEC-3112Economics of Livestock Production3 
7AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
8AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGEC-4101Econometrics-I2 
2AGEC-4201Econometrics-I Lab1 
3SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
4AGEC-4103Agricultural Finance3 
5AGEC-4105Agricultural Production Economics3 
6AGEC-4107Research Methods in Social Science2 
7AGEC-4207Research Methods in Social Science Lab1 
8AGEC-4109International Economics3 
9AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1AGEC-4102Natural Resource Economics3 
2AGEC-4202Econometrics-II2 
3AGEC-4104Econometrics-II Lab1 
4AGEC-4106Agricultural Issues and Policies of Pakistan3 
5AGEC-4108Internship/Projects4 
Agriculture Extension Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGET-3101Extension Program Development2 
2AGET-3201Extension Program Development Lab1 
3AGET-3103History and Philosophy of Agricultural Extension education3 
4AGET-3105Rural Development Program in Pakistan3 
5AGET-3205Rural Development Program in Pakistan Lab1 
6AGET-3107Rural Youth in Agricultural Development2 
7AGET-3207Rural Youth in Agricultural Development Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGET-3102Agricultural Extension Methods2 
2AGET-3202Agricultural Extension Methods Lab1 
3AGET-3104Computer Application in Agricultural Extension1 
4AGET-3204Computer Application in Agricultural Extension Lab2 
5AGET-3106Psychology for Adult Learning3 
6AGET-3108Human Resource Management2 
7AGET-3208Human Resource Management Lab1 
8AGET-3110Introduction to Gender Studies3 
9AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
10AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
2AGET-4101Interviewing Skills2 
3AGET-4201Interviewing Skills Lab1 
4AGET-4103Emerging Issues in Agricultural and Technology Transfer3 
5AGET-4203Emerging Issues in Agricultural and Technology Transfer1 
6AGET-4105Fundamentals of Agricultural Journalism2 
7AGET-4205Fundamentals of Agricultural Journalism Lab1 
8AGET-4107Preparation of Research Projects and Scientific Writing2 
9AGET-4207Preparation of Research Projects and Scientific Writing Lab1 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
11AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1AGET-4102Introduction to Research Methods3 
2AGET-4202Introduction to Research Methods Lab1 
3AGET-4104Introduction to Program Evaluation3 
4AGET-4204Introduction to Program Evaluation Lab1 
5AGET-4106Rural Development Through Agricultural Extension3 
6AGET-4108Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development3 
7AGET-4110Internship/Projects4 

BS Agriculture

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-1101Basic Agriculture2 
2AGRI-1201Basic Agriculture Lab1 
3AGRI-1103Introduction to Soil Science-I1 
4AGRI-1203Introduction to Soil Science-I Lab1 
5AGRI-1105Introduction to Animal Husbandry2 
6AGRI-1205Introduction to Animal Husbandry Lab1 
7FDST-1101Introduction to Food Science and Technology2 
8FDST-1201Introduction to Food Science and Technology Lab1 
9ENGL-1118Functional English3 
10ISLS-1112/ETIC-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics2 
11BIO-1101/BIO-1201/MATH-1101Biology (for Pre-Engineering students)/Mathematics (for Pre-Medical students)(2)-(1)-(3) 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-1102General Crop Production2 
2AGRI-1202General Crop Production Lab1 
3AGRI-1104Introduction to Agricultural Economics3 
4AGRI-1106Introduction to Agricultural Extension and Rural Development3 
5AGRI-1108Introduction to Soil Science-II2 
6AGRI-1208Introduction to Soil Science-II Lab1 
7AGRI-1110Introduction to Forest and Watershed Management2 
8AGRI-1210Introduction to Forest and Watershed Management Lab1 
9PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
10STAT-2104Probability and Statistics3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-2101Introductory Genetics2 
2AGRI-2201Introductory Genetics Lab1 
3AGRI-2103Introductory Entomology2 
4AGRI-2203Introductory Entomology Lab1 
5AGRI-2105Introduction to Plant Pathogens2 
6AGRI-2205Introduction to Plant Pathogens Lab1 
7AGRI-2107Introductory Horticulture2 
8AGRI-2207Introductory Horticulture Lab1 
9AGRI-2107Introduction to Rangelands and Wildlife Management2 
10AGRI-2207Introduction to Rangelands and Wildlife Management Lab1 
11AGRI-2109Agribusiness, Marketing and Trade3 
12CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
13CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRI-2102Introductory Plant Breeding2 
2AGRI-2202Introductory Plant Breeding Lab1 
3AGRI-2104Applied Entomology2 
4AGRI-2204Applied Entomology Lab1 
5AGRI-2106Introductory Plant Pathology2 
6AGRI-2206Introductory Plant Pathology lab1 
7AGRI-2208Horticultural Crop Production2 
8AGRI-2208Horticultural Crop Production Lab1 
9AGRI-2110Introduction to Communication in Agricultural Extension2 
10AGRI-2210Introduction to Communication in Agricultural Extension Lab1 
11HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
Agronomy Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRN-3101Biological Nitrogen Fixation2 
2AGRN-3201Biological Nitrogen Fixation Lab1 
3AGRN-3103Plant Nutrients and Growth Regulators2 
4AGRN-3203Plant Nutrients and Growth Regulators Lab1 
5AGRN-3105Farm Record and Management2 
6AGRN-3205Farm Record and Management Lab1 
7AGRN-3107Seed Production Technology2 
8AGRN-3207Seed Production Technology Lab1 
9AGRN-3109Forage and Fodder Production2 
10AGRN-3209Forage and Fodder Production Lab1 
11AGRN-3111AGRO-Technology of Major Crops2 
12AGRN-3211AGRO-Technology of Major Crops (Lab)1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRN-3102Principles of Weed Science2 
2AGRN-3202Principles of Weed Science Lab1 
3AGRN-3104Crop Management under Stressful Environments2 
4AGRN-3204Crop Management under Stressful Environments Lab1 
5AGRN-3106Conservation Agronomy2 
6AGRN-3206Conservation Agronomy Lab1 
7AGRN-3108Introduction to Crop Modelling2 
8AGRN-3208Introduction to Crop Modelling Lab1 
9AGRN-3110Environment and Crop Production2 
10AGRN-3210Environment and Crop Production Lab1 
11AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
12AGEN-3212Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGRN-4101Principles of Weed Science2 
2AGRN-4201Principles of Weed Science Lab1 
3SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
4AGRN-4103Conservation Agronomy2 
5AGRN-4203Conservation Agronomy Lab1 
6AGRN-4105Introduction to Crop Modelling2 
7AGRN-4205Introduction to Crop Modelling Lab1 
8AGRN-4107Environment and Crop Production2 
9AGRN-4207Environment and Crop Production Lab1 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
11AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1AGRN-4102Organic Farming3 
2AGRN-4104Plant and soil Analysis2 
3AGRN-4204Plant and soil Analysis Lab1 
4AGRN-4106Crop Management under Stressful Environments2 
5AGRN-4206Crop Management under Stressful Environments Lab1 
6AGRN-4108Research and Scientific Writing2 
7AGRN-4208Research and Scientific Writing Lb1 
8AGRN-4110Research Project / Internship4 
Entomology Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENTO-3101Insect Morphology2 
2ENTO-3201Insect Morphology Lab1 
3ENTO-3103Principles of Insect Taxonomy2 
4ENTO-3203Principles of Insect Taxonomy Lab1 
5ENTO-3105Insect Ecology2 
6ENTO-3205Insect Ecology Lab1 
7ENTO-3107Insect Pest of Household, Man and Animals2 
8ENTO-3207Insect Pest of Household, Man and Animals Lab1 
9ENTO-3109Insect Behaviour2 
10ENTO-3209Insect Behaviour (Lab)1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENTO-3102Insect Physiology2 
2ENTO-3202Insect Physiology Lab1 
3ENTO-3104Insect Classification and Biodiversity2 
4ENTO-3204Insect Classification and Biodiversity Lab1 
5ENTO-3106Agricultural Pest and Their Management3 
6ENTO-3206Agricultural Pest and Their Management Lab1 
7ENTO-3108Stored Product Pest and Their Management2 
8ENTO-3208Stored Product Pest and Their Management Lab1 
9ENTO-3110Beneficial Insects2 
10ENTO-3210Beneficial Insects Lab1 
11AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
12AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENTO-4101Integrated Pest Management3 
2ENTO-4201Integrated Pest Management Lab1 
3ENTO-4103Plant Resistance to Insect Pests2 
4ENTO-4203Plant Resistance to Insect Pests Lab1 
5ENTO-4105Insecticides and their Application2 
6ENTO-4205Insecticides and their Application Lab1 
7ENTO-4107Range and Forest Entomology2 
8ENTO-4207Range and Forest Entomology Lab1 
9AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
11SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
Semester-VIII
1ENTO-4102Biological Control of Insect Pests2 
2ENTO-4202Biological Control of Insect Pests Lab1 
3ENTO-4104Apiculture2 
4ENTO-4204Apiculture Lab1 
5ENTO-4106Agricultural and Environmental Pollution2 
6ENTO-4206Agricultural and Environmental Pollution Lab1 
7ENTO-4108Scientific Writing and Presentation2 
8ENTO-4208Scientific Writing and Presentation Lab1 
 ENTO-4110Research Project / Internship4 
Horticulture Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HORTI-3101Principles of Fruit Production3 
2HORTI-3201Principles of Fruit Production Lab1 
3HORTI-3103Principles of Vegetable Production2 
4HORTI-3203Principles of Vegetable Production Lab1 
5HORTI-3105Principle of Ornamental crop Production2 
6HORTI-3205Principle of Ornamental crop Production Lab1 
7HORTI-3107Propagation and Nursery Management2 
8HORTI-3207Propagation and Nursery Management Lab1 
9HORTI-3109In Vitro Propagation1 
10HORTI-3111In Vitro Propagation Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HORTI-3102Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruits2 
2HORTI-3202Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruits Lab1 
3HORTI-3104Summer Vegetables2 
4HORTI-3204Summer Vegetables Lab1 
5HORTI-3106Landscape Horticulture2 
6HORTI-3206Landscape Horticulture Lab1 
7HORTI-3108Medicinal and Aromatic Plants2 
8HORTI-3208Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Lab1 
9HORTI-3110Post-Harvest Horticulture2 
10HORTI-3210Post-Harvest Horticulture Lab1 
11AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
12AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HORTI-4101Research Methods in Horticulture2 
2HORTI-4201Research Methods in Horticulture Lab1 
3HORTI-4103Temperate Fruit2 
4HORTI-4203Temperate Fruit Lab1 
5HORTI-4105Winter Vegetables2 
6HORTI-4205Winter Vegetables Lab1 
7HORTI-4107Commercial Flower Production2 
8HORTI-4207Commercial Flower Production Lab1 
9HORTI-4109Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
11AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1HORTI-4102Vegetable and Flower Seed Production2 
2HORTI-4202Vegetable and Flower Seed Production Lab1 
3HORTI-4104Project Planning and Scientific Writing1 
4HORTI-4204Project Planning and Scientific Writing Lab0 
5HORTI-4106Protected Horticulture2 
6HORTI-4206Protected Horticulture Lab0 
7HORTI-4108Indoor Plant Culture and Interioscaping2 
8HORTI-4208Indoor Plant Culture and Interioscaping Lab0 
9HORTI-4110Business Management in Horticulture3 
10HORTI-4112Breeding of Horticultural Crops2 
11HORTI-4212Breeding of Horticultural Crops Lab1 
12HORTI-4114Research Project / Internship4 
Agriculture Economics Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGEC-3101Microeconomics-I3 
2AGEC-3103Macroeconomics-I3 
3AGEC-3105Mathematics for Economics3 
4AGEC-3107Statistical Methods for Economics2 
5AGEC-3207Statistical Methods for Economics Lab1 
6AGEC-3109Food and Agricultural Marketing3 
7AGEC-3111Economics of Agro based Industries3 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGEC-3102Microeconomics-II3 
2AGEC-3104Macroeconomics-II3 
3AGEC-3106Development Economics3 
4AGEC-3108Mathematical Economics3 
5AGEC-3110Agribusiness Management3 
6AGEC-3112Economics of Livestock Production3 
7AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
8AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGEC-4101Econometrics-I2 
2AGEC-4201Econometrics-I Lab1 
3SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
4AGEC-4103Agricultural Finance3 
5AGEC-4105Agricultural Production Economics3 
6AGEC-4107Research Methods in Social Science2 
7AGEC-4207Research Methods in Social Science Lab1 
8AGEC-4109International Economics3 
9AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1AGEC-4102Natural Resource Economics3 
2AGEC-4202Econometrics-II2 
3AGEC-4104Econometrics-II Lab1 
4AGEC-4106Agricultural Issues and Policies of Pakistan3 
5AGEC-4108Internship/Projects4 
Agriculture Extension Major
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGET-3101Extension Program Development2 
2AGET-3201Extension Program Development Lab1 
3AGET-3103History and Philosophy of Agricultural Extension education3 
4AGET-3105Rural Development Program in Pakistan3 
5AGET-3205Rural Development Program in Pakistan Lab1 
6AGET-3107Rural Youth in Agricultural Development2 
7AGET-3207Rural Youth in Agricultural Development Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1AGET-3102Agricultural Extension Methods2 
2AGET-3202Agricultural Extension Methods Lab1 
3AGET-3104Computer Application in Agricultural Extension1 
4AGET-3204Computer Application in Agricultural Extension Lab2 
5AGET-3106Psychology for Adult Learning3 
6AGET-3108Human Resource Management2 
7AGET-3208Human Resource Management Lab1 
8AGET-3110Introduction to Gender Studies3 
9AGEN-Farm Mechanization2 
10AGEN-Farm Mechanization Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
2AGET-4101Interviewing Skills2 
3AGET-4201Interviewing Skills Lab1 
4AGET-4103Emerging Issues in Agricultural and Technology Transfer3 
5AGET-4203Emerging Issues in Agricultural and Technology Transfer1 
6AGET-4105Fundamentals of Agricultural Journalism2 
7AGET-4205Fundamentals of Agricultural Journalism Lab1 
8AGET-4107Preparation of Research Projects and Scientific Writing2 
9AGET-4207Preparation of Research Projects and Scientific Writing Lab1 
10AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices2 
11AGEN-Irrigation and Drainage Practices Lab1 
Semester-VIII
1AGET-4102Introduction to Research Methods3 
2AGET-4202Introduction to Research Methods Lab1 
3AGET-4104Introduction to Program Evaluation3 
4AGET-4204Introduction to Program Evaluation Lab1 
5AGET-4106Rural Development Through Agricultural Extension3 
6AGET-4108Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development3 
7AGET-4110Internship/Projects4 
 
Department of Electrical Engineering

Introduction and Overview

The department of Electrical Engineering KFUEIT is one of the pioneer department of the university established in 2014. The aim is to equip the students with robust technical knowledge, analytical and critical thinking and problem-solving skills. This enables the engineering graduates to show their professional skills in various fields of engineering and to provide solutions to the future challenges of society. The construction of main building of the Department of Electrical Engineering is completed, which will provide sufficient space for seating, teaching and research activities.

Vision & Mission

To build identity of excellence in electrical engineering domain at intersection of academia and industry. The student will develop the appropriate skill set to have an immediate impact in the workforce, pursue graduate studies, embrace life-long learning, and experience career growth. The motto of the Department of Electrical Engineering is “Conscientious academics and honest behavior.”

Scope and Associated Career

Electrical engineering is one of the largest and most diverse technological and engineering disciplines in today’s world. Electrical engineering is the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism for the development and maintenance of electrical and electronics equipments while keeping in mind the safety, quality, economic feasibility and sustainability of these products and systems. Electrical engineering has sure come a long way. Not only has it has been one of the major driving forces behind cutting edge technology in areas such as power engineering, computer engineering, communications and mobile technologies, it has also significantly impacted several other fields

such as nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, neuroscience and biotechnology, to name a few. Some sub disciplines of electrical engineering are: electronics, digital computers, power engineering, telecommunications, control systems, RF engineering, signal processing, instrumentation, and microelectronics.

Here are the principal industry sectors that employ electrical engineers.

Electrical Power

Power engineer’s deals with energy generation by a variety of methods, including turbine, hydro, fuel cell, solar, geothermal, and wind. They are also responsible for electrical power distribution from source to consumer and within manufacturing plants, offices, hospitals, and laboratories. They design devices such as electric motors, transformers, electric generators, relays, transmission lines, and batteries.

major varieties of communication systems. These include broadcasting, telephony (landlines and cellular telephony), terrestrial and satellite communication, networks, and communication across the Internet.

Control

The control engineering focuses on the modelling and designing of dynamic control systems used in, for example, the flight and propulsion of airplanes and the cruise control present in many modern cars.

Computers

The computer industry serves almost all technical sectors, including aerospace, transportation, construction, telecommunications, power, medicine, consumer electronics, education, and automated manufacturing. The field offers electrical engineers with many opportunities, from the design of more efficient chips for computer circuits to the design of large clusters of interconnected computers; these clusters take advantage of scale and load analysis to use faster and more economical computing methodologies

Key Facts

Department of Electrical Engineering has a very well qualified, experienced, motivated and competent teaching faculty as well as supporting staff. The department has five foreign qualified PhD. faculty members and 9 have a Master’s Degree.

Teaching faculty of Department of Electrical Engineering is not only motivated by enthusiasm, they are also motivated by organization, clarity, scholarship, and good techniques of classroom conduct. During lectures, each person’s ideas and opinions are valued. Students feel safe to express their feelings and learn to respect and listen to others. Further, the mutual respect in teacher’s classroom also provides a supportive and collaborative environment. Different type of activities and projects are arranged for students to focus on shared decision-making and teamwork, as well as on community building.

Seats for Diploma holders

For admission against seats reserved for DAE holders, the candidate must have passed diploma examination of a Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) in relevant technology mentioned below.

  • Diploma in Electrical Technology
  • Diploma in Telecommunication Technology
  • Diploma in Electronics Technology
  • Diploma in Avionics Technology
  • Diploma in Instrumentation Technology
  • Diploma in Information Technology
Admission Criteria
  • 70% weightage H.S.S.C or equivalent including Hafiz e Quran
  • 30% weightage of entry test marks
Eligibility
  • Candidate should have obtained 60% marks in FSc (Physics, Chemistry & Math)/DAE/BScexamination for all engineering programs excluding sports and Hafiz e Quran Marks.
  • Should have appeared in Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT Conducted by UET Lahore)/KFUEIT entry test for that academic session (when conducted) in which he seeks admission.
  • Should meet standards of physique and eye sight laid down in medical certificate (Form II)

Labs Facilities / Infrastructure

Department of Electrical Engineering (DEE) of KFUEIT offers a wide range of research opportunities to develop dynamic and innovative solutions to the World’s most daunting challenges. KFUEIT’s research efforts are enhanced through creative collaboration with leading research institutes and consortia around the world.

Electrical Engineering Laboratories at KFUEIT are equipped with most advanced equipment to facilitate students enhancing their understanding and skills. Qualified engineers supervise these laboratories, direct experiments and guide students about laboratory manuals.

Department of Electrical Engineering has a total of following 16 electrical engineering laboratories:

  • Electrical Circuits Laboratory
  • Electronics Laboratory
  • Power Electronics Laboratory
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Digital Systems Laboratory
  • Electrical Machines Laboratory
  • Measurement & Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Industrial Electronics Laboratory
  • Power Systems Laboratory
  • Communication Laboratory
  • Signal Processing Laboratory
  • Workshop & Project Laboratory
  • Control Systems Laboratory
  • Microprocessor Laboratory
  • High Voltage Laboratory
  • Advance Research Laboratory

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS (Electrical Engineering)
  • MS (Electrical Engineering)

The DEE at KFUEIT currently offers an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with specialization in power and communication engineering. During four years of this bachelor program, all students study same subjects until 6th semester, yet in final year, students are distributed in power and communication groups depending on their merit and willingness. So, for last two semesters these students study different elective courses offered by the department. The bachelor’s degree is recognized by Higher Education Commission (HEC) and accreditation with Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) is under process.

BS Electrical Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-1100Linear Circuit Analysis3 
2ELEN-1200Linear Circuit Analysis LAB1 
3ENGL-1118Functional English3 
4MATH-1100Calculus3 
5PHYS-1123Engineering Physics2 
6PHYS-1223Engineering Physics Lab1 
7CPEN-1114Introduction to computing2 
8CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
9ELEN-1201Workshop Practice1 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
2ELEN-2102Electrical Network Analysis3ELEN-1100
3ELEN-2202Electrical Network Analysis LAB1ELEN-1100
4MATH-2103Linear Algebra3 
5ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
6MEEN-1110Basic Mechanical Engineering2 
7CPEN-1122Intensive Computer Programming3CPEN-1114
8CPEN-1222Intensive Computer Programming Lab1CPEN-1114
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MATH-2122Differential Equations3MATH-1100
2ELEN-2100Digital Logic Design3 
3ELEN-2200Digital Logic Design Lab1 
4ELEN-1121Electronic Devices & Circuits3 
5ELEN-1221Electronic Devices & Circuits LAB1 
6MEEN-1109Applied Thermodynamics3 
7MEEN-1209Applied Thermodynamics Lab1 
8ISLS-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics2 
9ELEN-2201Computer Aided Engineering Drawing1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-3120Electronic Circuit Design3ELEN-1121
2ELEN-3220Electronic Circuit Design LAB1ELEN-1121
3MATH-2123Complex Variables and Transforms3MATH-1100
4ELEN-3130Signals and Systems3 
5ELEN-3230Signals and Systems LAB1 
6SSCI-2111Professional Ethics (SS-I)2 
7STAT-2104Probability and Statistics3 
8HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness (UE-I)2 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MSCI-2111Engineering Economics and Management3 
2ELEN-2110Electrical Machines3ELEN-2102
3ELEN-2210Electrical Machines LAB1ELEN-2102
4ELEN-3151Embedded Systems3 
5ELEN-3252Embedded Systems LAB1 
6ELEN-3131Electromagnetic Theory3 
7MATH-2124Numerical Analysis3MATH-2122
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENGL-2121Technical Report Writing2 
2ELEN-3140Linear Control Systems3ELEN-3130
3ELEN-3240Linear Control Systems LAB1ELEN-3130
4ELEN-4121Power Electronics3ELEN-1121
5ELEN-4221Power Electronics LAB1ELEN-1121
6ELEN-3121Instrumentation and Measurements3ELEN-2102
7ELEN-3221Instrumentation and Measurements LAB1ELEN-2102
8ELEN-3132Communication Systems3ELEN-3130
9ELEN-3232Communication Systems LAB1ELEN-3130
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-XXXXElective-I3 
2ELEN-XXXXElective-II3 
3ELEN-XXXXElective-III3 
4ELEN-XXXXElective-I LAB1 
5ELEN-XXXXElective-II LAB1 
6SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan (UE-II)2 
7ELEN-4390Final Year Project (Phase -I)2 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-4391Final Year Project (Phase -II)4 
2ELEN-XXXXElective -IV3 
3ELEN-XXXXElective -IV LAB1 
4ELEN-XXXXElective -V3 
5MSCI-3111Entrepreneurship3 
Program Total Credit Hours135

BS Electrical Technology

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
2CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
3ELET-1100Linear Circuit Analysis3 
4ELET-1200Linear Circuit Analysis Lab3 
5ELET-1201Engineering Drawing2 
6ISLS-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics1 
7MATH-1122Applied Mathematics-I2 
8PHYS-1123Engineering Physics1 
9PHYS-1223Engineering Physics Lab1 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-1110Electrical Machines-I2 
2ELET-1120Electronics2 
3ELET-1210Electrical Machines-I Lab1 
4ELET-1220Electronics Lab2 
5ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
6MATH-1123Applied Mathematics-II3 
7MEET-1110Basic Mechanical Technology2 
8MEET-1210Basic Mechanical Technology Lab1 
9PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-2111Power Generation Systems2 
2ELET-2113Electrical Machines-II2 
3ELET-2120Electrical Instruments and Measurements2 
4ELET-2150Digital Electronics2 
5ELET-2213Electrical Machines-II Lab1 
6ELET-2220Electrical Instruments and Measurements Lab2 
7ELET-2250Digital Electronics Lab1 
8ENGL-2111Technical Writing and Presentation Skills3 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-2101AC Circuit Analysis2 
2ELET-2112Electrical Power Transmission2 
3ELET-2114Electrical Power Distribution and Utilization2 
4ELET-2121Power Electronics2 
5ELET-2130Electromagnetic Fields2 
6ELET-2201AC Circuit Analysis Lab2 
7ELET-2212Electrical Power Transmission Lab1 
8ELET-2214Electrical Power Distribution and Utilization Lab1 
 ELET-2221Power Electronics Lab2 
 HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-3110Switch Gear and Protective Devices2 
2ELET-3111High Voltage Technology2 
3ELET-3130Communication Technology2 
4ELET-3140Control Technology2 
5ELET-3150Microprocessor Theory and Interfacing2 
6ELET-3210Switch Gear and Protective Devices Lab1 
7ELET-3211High Voltage Technology Lab1 
 ELET-3230Communication Technology Lab2 
 ELET-3240Control Technology Lab1 
 ELET-3250Microprocessor Theory and Interfacing Lab1 
 SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-3112Power System Analysis2 
2ELET-3113Industrial Drives and PLC2 
3ELET-3131Data and Computer Communication2 
4ELET-3213Industrial Drives and PLC Lab2 
5ELET-3231Data and Computer Communication Lab2 
6ELET-3390Project3 
7MSCI-2110Project Management6 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-4390Supervised Industrial Training16 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELET-4391Supervised Industrial Training16 
Program Total Credit Hours136

MS Electrical Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-51XXCore-I3 
2ELEN-51XXCore-II3 
3XXXX-XXXXElective-I3 
4XXXX-XXXXElective-II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-51XXCore-III3 
2XXXX-XXXXElective-III3 
3XXXX-XXXXElective-IV3 
4XXXX-XXXXElective-V3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-6601Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEN-6601Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours36

MS Electronics

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEC-51XXCore-I3 
2ELEC-51XXCore-II3 
3XXXX-XXXXElective-I3 
4XXXX-XXXXElective-II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEC-51XXCore-III3 
2XXXX-XXXXElective-III3 
3XXXX-XXXXElective-IV3 
4XXXX-XXXXElective-V3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEC-6601Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ELEC-6601Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours36
 
Department of Chemical Engineering

Introduction and Overview

The Department of Chemical Engineering is the youngest, dynamic, and most energetic department at the KFUEIT established in spring 2018. The first batch of 50 students of BS Chemical Engineering was enrolled in October 2018 after obtaining approval from the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC).

In contrast to several other engineering universities of the country, the department of Chemical Engineering at the KFUEIT follows Outcome Based Education (OBE) system as per the Washington Accord (WA). This fact alone ensures that our graduates will be recognized in several countries including USA, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Singapore, China, Turkey, South Africa and many more.

The department of Chemical Engineering also offers a wonderful opportunity to the students of FSc Pre-Medical back ground by offering them admission to the BS Environmental Science program as compared to other traditional natural sciences programs. The environmental science graduates are in quite high demand in industries, government regulatory bodies, international NGOs, academia, and research regionally, nationally, and internationally.

The department of Chemical Engineering has established several dedicated laboratories for training and research. In line with the Vision and the Mission of KFUEIT in general and the Department of Chemical Engineering in particular, an advanced Water and Energy Systems Engineering Laboratory (WESEL) has also been established at the Department of Chemical Engineering. WESEL does not only promote research culture but also contributes positively in finding solutions for the water related problems of the world in general and this region in particular. WESEL will also support the graduate students for their research theses.

The department of Chemical Engineering at the KFUEIT is the best alternate for the students of Southern Punjab, Balochistan, and rural Sindh who used to travel hundreds of kilometers in order to get higher education in other cities. Moreover, Rahim Yar Khan is located at the junction of Punjab, Sindh, and Balochistan; this region is the industrial hub of different national and multinational industries. The establishment of the department of Chemical Engineering in Rahim Yar Khan does not only cater the needs of this region but also fulfills the demands for skilled graduates for this entire region.

Vision and Mission of the Department of Chemical Engineering

To provide qualified manpower with inter-disciplinary strong academic foundations needed to develop useful products and services for the environmentally sustainable society.

This is achieved by offering high quality education and training to our under and post graduate students while enabling them to accept the challenging leadership positions within the industry, academia, research, and regulatory bodies.

Key Facts & Facilities

The department of Chemical Engineering has a dedicated building including the following infrastructure:

  • 15 Fully Equipped Labs
  • 02 Lecture Theaters
  • 02 Lecture Rooms
  • 12 offices for the Faculty
  • 02 offices for Assistants

The department of Chemical Engineering has the following dedicated staff:

  • 03 PhDs (Foreign Qualified)
  • 02 Masters (Foreign and Local Qualified)
  • 02 Lab Engineers
  • 01 Lab Technician
  • 01 Office Assistant
  • 01 Lab Attendant
  • 01 Office Attendant

Labs Facilities available at the Department of Chemical Engineering

The department of Chemical Engineering has established 15 fully equipped state of the art laboratories installed with the latest equipment procured from the international and local manufactures for under graduate, graduate, and research students. The list of these world class labs is following:

  • Water and Energy Systems Engineering Lab
  • Introduction to Computing Lab
  • Numerical Methods for Engineers Lab
  • Process Design and Simulation Lab
  • Remote Sensing and GIS Lab
  • Environmental Modeling Lab
  • Applied Chemistry Lab
  • Environmental Chemistry Lab
  • Particulate Technology Lab
  • Surveying and Levelling Lab
  • Engineering Drawing and Graphics Lab
  • Engineering Physics Lab
  • Engineering Thermodynamics Lab
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab
  • Chemical Process Technology Lab
  • Environmental Engineering Lab
  • Water Quality Analysis Lab
  • Environmental Toxicology Lab
  • Environmental Monitoring Lab
  • Environmental Impact Assessment Lab
  • Workshop Practices Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Fuels and Energy Lab
  • Heat Transfer Operations Lab
  • Mass Transfer Operations Lab
  • Separation Processes Lab
  • Instrumentation and Process Control Lab

Job Prospects after Graduation from the Department of Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineers and Environmental professionals are employed by a large number of national and multinational companies, research organizations, industries, and small firms. Following are some of the typical industries and organizations where our graduates will be employed:

  • Sugar Industry
  • Fertilizers Industry
  • Cement Industry
  • Paper Industry
  • Thermal Power Plants
  • Sea Water Desalination Companies
  • Coal Gasification Companies
  • Wastewater Treatment Companies
  • Petroleum Refining Companies
  • Oil and Gas Production Companies
  • Utility Companies
  • Supply Chain Management Companies
  • Petrochemicals Manufacturing Companies
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Companies
  • Hospitals
  • Occupational Safety and Health Management
  • Construction Industry
  • Atomic Energy Commission
  • Processed Food and Beverages Companies
  • Cleaning Products, Soaps and Detergents Manufacturing Companies
  • Cosmetics Manufacturing Companies
  • Textiles, Clothes, and Garments Manufacturing Companies
  • Metallurgical and Mining Industry
  • Synthetic Rubber, Fibers, Plastics, and Polymer Manufacturing Companies
  • Alternative Energy Systems
  • Semiconductors Manufacturing Industry
  • Environmental Modelling and Remediation Companies
  • Education, Research and Development Organizations
  • Government Agencies and Regulatory Bodies
  • Design and Equipment Manufacturing Companies

This list does not end here; virtually any product or service that a person uses in his daily life will have been helped along either by a Chemical Engineer or an Environmental professional. Our graduates will have numerous opportunities nationally and internationally.

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Chemical Engineering (8 Semesters)
  • BS Environmental Science (8 Semesters)
  • BS Environmental Engineering (8 Semesters)*
  • MS Chemical Engineering (4 Semesters)
  • MS Environmental Science (4 Semesters)
  • MS Environmental Engineering (4 Semesters)*
  • PhD Environmental Science (6 Semesters)*
    * Subject to approval / NOC from HEC / Accreditation Body / Competent Authority

BS Chemical Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ISLS-1112Islamic Studies / Ethics*2 
2ENGL-1118Functional English3 
3MATH-1101Calculus-I3 
4CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
5CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
6CHEM-1101Applied Chemistry-I3 
7CHEM-1201Applied Chemistry-I Lab1 
8CHEN-1102Chemical Process Principles-I3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
2ENGL-1119Communications Skills3 
3MATH-1102Calculus-II3MATH-1101
4CHEM-1102Applied Chemistry-II3CHEM-1101
5CHEM-1202Applied Chemistry-II Lab1 
6CHEN-1104Particulate Technology3 
7CHEN-1204Particulate Technology Lab1 
8MEEN-1201Engineering Drawing & Graphics Lab1 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MATH-2103Linear Algebra3 
2PHYS-1123Engineering Physics2 
3PHYS-1223Engineering Physics Lab1 
4CHEN-2102Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I3 
5CHEN-2111Chemical Process Principles-II3CHEN-1102
6CHEN-2112Chemical Process Technology2 
7CHEN-2212Chemical Process Technology Lab1 
8MEEN-1212Workshop Practices Lab1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MATH-2122Differential Equations3 
2CHEN-2113Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II3 
3CHEN-2213Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Lab1 
4CHEN-2103Fluid Mechanics-I3 
5CHEN-2203Fluid Mechanics-I Lab1 
6CHEN-2114Fuels and Energy3 
7CHEN-2214Fuels and Energy Lab1 
8MSCI-2112Engineering Economics2 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MEEN-3134Numerical Methods for Engineers3 
2MEEN-3234Numerical Methods for Engineers Lab1 
3MEEN-1104Engineering Materials2 
4CHEN-3111Fluid Mechanics-II2 
5CHEN-3104Heat Transfer Operations3 
6CHEN-3204Heat Transfer Operations Lab1 
7CHEN-3105Mass Transfer Operations3 
8CHEN-3205Mass Transfer Operations Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-3102Chemical Reaction Engineering3 
2CHEN-3202Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab1 
3CHEN-3106Instrumentation and Process Control3 
4CHEN-3206Instrumentation and Process Control Lab1 
5CHEN-3108Process Design & Simulation2 
6CHEN-3208Process Design & Simulation Lab1 
7CHEN-3112Environmental Engineering2 
8CHEN-3212Environmental Engineering Lab1 
9MSCI-3111Entrepreneurship3 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-4101Separation Processes3CHEN-3105
2CHEN-4103Chemical Plant Design3 
3CHEN-4107Transport Phenomena3 
4CHEN-4301Design Project - Part A3 
5CHEN-41XXElective*-I3 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-4106Maintenance & Utility Engineering2 
2CHEN-41XXElective*-II3 
3CHEN-4301Design Project - Part B3 
4CHEN-4102Industrial Management2 
5CHEN-4201Separation Processes Lab1 
6CHEN-4108Process Safety Management2 
Program Total Credit Hours129

BS Environmental Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-1101Introduction to Environmental Engineering3 
2MATH-1101Calculus-I3 
3CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
4CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
5ISLS-1112Islamic Studies / Ethics*2 
6ENGL-1118Functional English3 
7CHEM-1120Applied Chemistry2 
8CHEM-1220Applied Chemistry Lab1 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CIEN-1100Surveying and Leveling2 
2CIEN-1200Surveying and Leveling Lab1 
3MATH-1102Calculus-II3 
4PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
5ENEN-1102Environmental Physics2 
6BIOL-1181Applied Biology3 
7MEEN-1201Engineering Drawing & Graphics Lab1 
8ENSC-2104Environmental Pollution3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-2101Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology3 
2ENEN-2102Environmental Engineering Thermodynamics2 
3ENEN-2202Environmental Engineering Thermodynamics Lab1 
4MATH-2104Linear Algebra and Differential Equations3 
5ENSC-3107Natural Resources and Management3 
6ENSC-4102Renewable Energy and Environment3 
7CHEM-4181Environmental Chemistry2 
8CHEM-4281Environmental Chemistry Lab1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-2103Fluid Mechanics for Environmental Engineers3 
2ENEN-2203Fluid Mechanics for Environmental Engineers Lab1 
3ENSC-2103Environmental Toxicology2 
4ENSC-2203Environmental Toxicology Lab1 
5ENSC-3101Air and Noise Pollution3 
6AGEN-4104Remote Sensing and GIS2 
7AGEN-4204Remote Sensing and GIS Lab1 
8ENSC-4105Solid Waste Management3 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-3101Pollutants Movement in Soil2 
2ENEN-3101Sewerage System Design3 
3ENEN-3102Ground Water Hydrology3 
4ENSC-3103Environmental Monitoring2 
5ENSC-3203Environmental Monitoring Lab1 
6MSCI-3111Entrepreneurship3 
7MEEN-3134Numerical Methods for Engineers3 
8MEEN-3234Numerical Methods for Engineers Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MSCI-2112Engineering Economics2 
2ENEN-3103Wastewater Treatment and Desalination3 
3ENEN-3104Cleaner Production Technologies3 
4ENEN-3105Environmental Remediation3 
5ENSC-3106Environmental Policy and Law3 
6ENEN-3206Water Quality Analysis Lab2 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1STAT-1100Statistical Theory2 
2ENGL-2111Technical Writing and Presentation Skills3 
3ENSC-4103Environmental Impact Assessment2 
4ENSC-4203Environmental Impact Assessment Lab1 
5ENEN-4101Wastewater Engineering and Design3 
6ENEN-4301Final Year Design Project - Part A3 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-4102Industrial and Procurement Management2 
2ENEN-4103Occupational Health and Safety2 
3ENEN-4104Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management3 
4ENEN-4205Environmental Modeling Lab1 
5ENSC-4107Environmental Management Systems3 
6ENEN-4301Final Year Design Project - Part B3 
Program Total Credit Hours130

BS Chemical Engineering Technology

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ISLS-1112Islamic Studies / Ethics*2 
2ENGL-1118Functional English3 
3CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
4CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
5CHEM-1101Applied Chemistry-I3 
6CHEM-1201Applied Chemistry-I Lab1 
7CHET-1101Chemical Process Calculations3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
2ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
3MATH-XXXXApplied Mathematics for Technologists-I3 
4CHEM-1102Applied Chemistry-II3 
5CHEM-1202Applied Chemistry-II Lab1 
6CHET-1102Mechanical Separation Operations3 
7CHET-1202Mechanical Separation Operations Lab1 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1PHYS-XXXXApplied Physics for Technologists2 
2PHYS-XXXXApplied Physics for Technologists Lab1 
3MATH-XXXXApplied Mathematics for Technologists-II3 
4ELET-XXXXApplied Electrical Technology2 
5ELET-XXXXApplied Electrical Technology Lab1 
6CHET-2101Economics for Technologists2 
7CHET-2102Chemical Process Industries3 
8CHET-2202Chemical Process Industries Lab1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MSCI-3111Entrepreneurship3 
2MEEN-XXXXWorkshop Technology Lab1 
3MEEN-XXXXTechnical Drawing Lab1 
4CHET-2103Industrial Materials2 
5CHET-2104Fluid Flow Operations3 
6CHET-2204Fluid Flow Operations Lab1 
7CHET-2105Heat Transfer Operations3 
8CHET-2205Heat Transfer Operations Lab1 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHET-3101Mass Transfer Operations3 
2CHET-3201Mass Transfer Operations Lab1 
3CHET-3102Process Plant Utilities2 
4CHET-3103Chemical Reactor Technology3 
5CHET-3203Chemical Reactor Technology Lab1 
6CHET-3105Wastewater Treatment Technology3 
7CHET-3205Wastewater Treatment Technology Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHET-3104Technical Report Writing for Technologists2 
2CHET-3105Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer Operations3 
3CHET-3205Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer Operations Lab1 
4CHET-3106Petroleum and Petrochemicals Technology3 
5CHET-3206Petroleum and Petrochemicals Technology Lab1 
6CHET-3107Chemical Process Instrumentation Technology3 
7CHET-3207Chemical Process Instrumentation Technology Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-3206Water Quality Analysis Lab2 
2ENSC-4106Occupational Safety and Health3 
3CHET-4101Industrial and Procurement Management for Technologists2 
4CHET-4102Maintenance and Troubleshooting Operations3 
5CHET-XXXXElective*-I3 
6CHET-4301Chemical Technology Project6 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHET-4302Industrial Training16 
Program Total Credit Hours124

BS Environmental Science

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-1101Introduction to Environmental Science3 
2BIOL-1181Applied Biology3 
3CHEM-1120Applied Chemistry2 
4CHEM-1220Applied Chemistry Lab1 
5MATH-1120Applied Mathematics3 
6ENGL-1118Functional English3 
7PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-1103Introduction to Earth Sciences3 
2PHYS-1121Applied Physics3 
3PHYS-1221Applied Physics Lab1 
4STAT-1100Statistical Theory2 
5SSCI-1111Introduction to Sociology3 
6ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
7ISLS-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics*2 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
2CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
3CHEM-4181Environmental Chemistry2 
4ENSC-2101Environmental Microbiology3 
5ECON-2118Applied Economics3 
6ENGL-2111Technical Writing and Presentation Skills3 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-2102Applied Ecology3 
2ENSC-2103Environmental Toxicology2 
3ENSC-2203Environmental Toxicology Lab1 
4ENSC-2104Environmental Pollution3 
5ENSC-2105Biodiversity and Conservation3 
6SSCI-4101Principles of Psychology3 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-3101Air and Noise Pollution3 
2ENSC-3102Environmental Engineering2 
3ENSC-3202Environmental Engineering Lab1 
4ENSC-3103Environmental Monitoring2 
5ENSC-3203Environmental Monitoring Lab1 
6MSCI-2110Project Management3 
7PAKS-2222International Relations3 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-3104Environmental Economics3 
2ENSC-3105Environmental Biotechnology3 
3ENSC-3106Environmental Policy and Law3 
4ENSC-3107Natural Resources and Management3 
5ENSC-XXXXElective - I3 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-4101Global Warming and Climate Change3 
2ENSC-4102Renewable Energy and Environment3 
3ENSC-4103Environmental Impact Assessment2 
4ENSC-4203Environmental Impact Assessment Lab1 
5ENSC-4104Wastewater Treatment and Management3 
6ENSC-4105Solid Waste Management3 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-3206Water Quality Analysis Lab2 
2ENSC-4106Occupational Safety and Health3 
3ENSC-4107Environmental Management Systems3 
4ENSC-XXXXElective - II3 
5ENSC-4301Final Year Project6 
Program Total Credit Hours125

MS Chemical Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-XXXXCore Course-I3 
2CHEN-XXXXCore Course-II3 
3CHEN-XXXXElective Course-I3 
4CHEN-XXXXElective Course-II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-XXXXCore Course-III3 
2CHEN-XXXXCore Course-IV3 
3CHEN-XXXXElective Course-III3 
4CHEN-XXXXElective Course-IV3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-6601Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-6601Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours36

MS Environmental Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-XXXXCore Course-I3 
2ENEN-XXXXCore Course-II3 
3ENEN-XXXXElective Course-I3 
4ENEN-XXXXElective Course-II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-XXXXCore Course-III3 
2ENEN-XXXXCore Course-IV3 
3ENEN-XXXXElective Course-III3 
4ENEN-XXXXElective Course-IV3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-6601Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENEN-6601Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours36

MS Environmental Science

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-XXXXCore Course-I3 
2ENSC-XXXXCore Course-II3 
3ENSC-XXXXElective Course-I3 
4ENSC-XXXXElective Course-II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-XXXXCore Course-III3 
2ENSC-XXXXCore Course-IV3 
3ENSC-XXXXElective Course-III3 
4ENSC-XXXXElective Course-IV3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-6601Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-6601Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours36

PhD Chemical Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-XXXXCore Course-I3 
2CHEN-XXXXCore Course-II3 
3CHEN-XXXXElective Course-I3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-XXXXCore Course-III3 
2CHEN-XXXXElective Course-II3 
3CHEN-XXXXElective Course-III3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-8601Thesis7.5 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-8601Thesis7.5 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-8601Thesis7.5 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CHEN-8601Thesis7.5 
Program Total Credit Hours48

PhD Environmental Science

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-XXXXCore Course-I3 
2ENSC-XXXXCore Course-II3 
3ENSC-XXXXElective Course-I3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-XXXXCore Course-III3 
2ENSC-XXXXElective Course-II3 
3ENSC-XXXXElective Course-III3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-8601Thesis7.5 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-8601Thesis7.5 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-8601Thesis7.5 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENSC-8601Thesis7.5 
Program Total Credit Hours48
 
Department of Civil Engineering

Introduction and Overview

The best parameter to indicate the development of a country is possible through its development in infrastructure which constitutes, high - rise buildings, bridges, dams, motor ways and hydraulic structures. It highlights the significance of CIVIL ENGINEERING and high demands of CIVIL ENGINEERS in developing countries. Pakistan, on its ways to compete the developed nations, is striving hard to excel in every run of life with major focus on improving living standards by constructing High Rise buildings, enhancing modes of transportation to facilitate the people to travel from one part to the other with ease and to construct dams and irrigation canals to flourish agriculture, combat global warming and overcome the energy crisis and short fall. All these motives lead to immediate need of highly qualified Civil Engineers to meet the emerging demands of the country.

Among so many Engineering, Science and Technology Universities in Pakistan, Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology at Rahim Yar Khan possesses a unique feature of being the only university of its cadre in the Southern Punjab. KFUEIT, is providing higher technical education on such a large scale to cover maximum Engineering, Science and Technology disciplines under the supervision of highly qualified faculty members from so Prestigious Universities of the world.

Department of Civil Engineering at KFUEIT is one among the major departments of the University. BS Civil Engineering program was launched in Fall 2017. This program has been approved by Pakistan Engineering Council Islamabad after the visit of PEC Team in Fall 2017. The department has also initiated graduate degree program in Civil Engineering from Spring 2019 and onwards with specialization in Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering. This graduate program has also been approved by Higher Education Commission Islamabad.

The Civil Engineering department possess internationally qualified Faculty members who have earned vast experience of academics and research in National and International universities. The University has spent millions of rupees budget to establish state of the art Civil Engineering laboratories which are meeting international standards of education.

In order to provide first hand knowledge in the field related to construction, Internship for a duration of one month and survey camp for two weeks have also been introduced as part of the course curriculum.

Main thrust of KFUEIT is to develop those skills among students which help them establishing their own businesses and becoming job creator rather than job seekers and burdening the economy of Pakistan. In this regard entrepreneurship is being promoted among the students to enable them becoming self-sustainable and earn on their own. Civil Engineering Department has also introduced such courses in the curriculum and arranged training workshops and short courses to train the students with skills to help them running their own Civil Engineering projects.

Being Civil Engineers, we believe in perfection, we are motivated and ambitious to play our role in the development of our country with heart and soul. We foresee a Nation that has firm foundations enrooted deep to raise the living standards of the people of Pakistan, bridging the gaps, reducing the distances and paving the way to stand shoulder to shoulder with other Nations of prestige and honor of the world.

Vision & Mission

Mission of the department is to impart high quality Civil Engineering education by modern teaching techniques and research methodologies for acquiring the latest, creative and lifelong learning knowledge of Engineering, Sciences and Technology. The mission also focuses the development of professional and ethical qualities to be a successful Engineer and responsible member of Society for National and International infrastructural and Socio-economic development.

Vision of the department is to achieve the National and International acceptance by developing the learning environment for theoretical and practical education and purposeful research that produce competent and problem solver Civil Engineers in the seven major areas: Hydraulics and water resources, Structural Engineering, Materials and Forensic Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Environmental engineering and Construction Project Management.

Key Facts

  • Departmental Strength
  • 2 - PhD Civil Engineering
  • 4 - MSc Civil Engineering
  • 1 – Director Labs
  • 3 – Lab Engineers (B.Sc. Civil Engineering)
  • 1 – Laboratory Supervisor (B. Tech)
  • 4 – Laboratory Assistants (DAE Civil)
  • 1 - Office Attendant
  • 2 – Naib Qasid
  • Well established departmental infrastructure (12 faculty offices, 4 lecture theatres, 13 Large – scale laboratories, 2 Admin offices, 1 departmental Library)
  • PEC approved Program
  • Faculty is graduated from the top ranked universities nationally and internationally
  • Laboratories with latest Equipment and Machinery (Latest Universal Testing Machine, Computerized Triaxial Compression Machine, Reaction Frame, Computerized Compression Testing Machine, Non – destructive Testing Facilities.

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Civil Engineering 4-Year’s Program
  • MS in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Water Resource & Irrigation Engineering)

Labs Facilities / Infrastructure

Following state of the art laboratory facilities have been developed at the department of Civil Engineering.

  1. Engineering Mechanics Laboratory
  2. CAD Laboratory
  3. Strength of Materials Laboratory
  4. Plain & Reinforced Concrete Laboratories
  5. Geotechnical Engineering Laboratories
  6. Transportation Engineering Laboratories
  7. Hydrology, Hydraulics and Irrigation Engineering Laboratories
  8. Environmental Engineering Laboratory
  9. Surveying Laboratory
  10. GIS & RS Laboratory
  11. Earthquake Laboratory

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Civil Engineering 4-Year’s Program
  • MS in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Water Resource & Irrigation Engineering)
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Department of Computer Engineering

Introduction and Overview

Department Introduction:

Computer Engineering Department (CPED) at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology (KFUEIT) is established in 2017. CPED enjoys newly purpose built infra structure, with faculty offices, teaching rooms, lecture theatres, and laboratories. The department has well experienced teaching staff from diverse backgrounds. CPED offers specialization in:

  • Machine Vision
  • Hardware Design
  • Communication
  • Software Engineering

CPED hosts state-of-art research and teaching labs. Our teaching labs include

  • Networking Lab
  • Database/ Software Engineering Lab
  • Programming Lab
  • General Computing Lab
  • Microprocessor/ Embedded Lab
  • Electronics/ Circuit Lab

Department Mission:

The department mission is the discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge by offering degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels and pursues a broad agenda of research and creative activities. It aims to shape the future by:

  • Offering nationally competitive and internationally recognized opportunities for learning;
  • Fostering continual innovation and creativity and promoting new ideas;
  • Making a significant, sustainable and socially responsible contribution to the region, the nation and the world;
  • Creating awareness and promoting health, economic and cultural well being.

Outcome-Based Education (OBE) has been implemented in the Faculty of Engineering, in accordance with the directives of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC). This is also one of the requirements for us to become a full member of the Washington Accord, an international agreement to mutually recognize bachelor’s degrees in engineering.

Department Vision:

To become a globally recognized Computer Engineering Department that will have an overwhelming impact on society through continual innovation in education, research, creativity, and entrepreneurship.

Milestones:

  • ESPICE (Exhibition of Semester Projects in Computer Engineering): ESPICE got held every semester in which students from different departments present their works under the supervision of Computer Engineering Faculty Members.
  • Outcome Based Education: Department of Computer Engineering honored to be pioneers to implement Outcome Based Education University wide.

Key Features / Facilities:

  • 5 PhDs Faculty Members
  • 4 MS Faculty Members
  • 3 Lab Engineers
  • 3 Research Assistants
  • 3 Lab Assistants
  • 1 Office Attendant
  • Young, energetic and dynamic team
  • Outcome Based Education in practice at CPE to conform to Washington Accord.
  • Dedicated infra-structure. (12 Faculty Offices, 6 large scale labs, 2 Admin offices) PEC and HEC Approved Programs
  • Our faculty is graduated from the top ranked Universities nationally and internationally.
  • State of art laboratories (Latest Computing machines, micro-processors, micro-controllers, trainer kits)
  • State of art research equipment. One of the first spectral Imaging Lab in Pakistan

Teaching / Research Laboratories:

  • Networking Lab
  • Database/Software Engineering Lab
  • Programming Lab
  • General Purpose Lab
  • Microprocessor/Embedded Lab
  • Electronics/Circuit Lab
  • Advance Image Processing Research Lab

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Computer Engineering
  • BS Software Engineering
  • MS Computer Engineering
  • MS Software Engineering

Following specialization streams are offered at graduate level:

  • Machine Vision
  • Hardware Design
  • Communications
  • Software Engineering

Eligibility Criteria:

1) BS Compcuter Engineering

At the time of admission, the students must have:

Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) with Pre-Engineering / Pre-Medical with additional Mathematics / ICS including Mathematics, Physics and Computer or equivalent with 60% marks. KFUEIT recognized aptitude test (ECAT / HAT / KFEAT). Candidate should meet standards of physique and eye sight laid down in the medical Certificate. Any other requirement(s) recommended by accreditation body. DAE in relevant field (2% quota)

2) BS Software Engineering

An applicant for admission in BS Software Engineering degree program must fulfill the following requirements:

  • At least 50% marks in Intermediate Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics.
  • KFUEIT recognized aptitude test KFAT/NAT/ECAT/KFEAT or equivalent with accumulative test score of at least 50%.
  • The overall merit for admission shall be determined from the percentages of HSSC marks and KFUEIT recognized aptitude test score as per the following:

Merit Score = (0.7 X Percentage HSSC Marks) + (0.3 X Percentage Aptitude Test Score)

3) MS Computer Engineering

At the time of admission, the students must have:

  1. Sixteen years of schooling or a four years degree after F.Sc/Intermediate in Computer (Systems) Engineering, Software Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, or in any other related disciplines.
  2. Minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4.0 in BS/BE/BSc or equivalent degrees. Student from annual system must have minimum score of 60 %. The percentage score will be considered only if the CGPA is not recorded/mentioned on the transcript.
  3. The GAT-General conducted by the HEC approved testing services with a minimum of 50 % cumulative score will be required at the time of admission to MS Computer Engineering program. The GRE subject test score is also to be accepted. The scores must be valid at the time of application.
  • The candidates will be required to complete the deficiency coursework prior to the MS coursework to ensure the pre-requisite competency in Computer Engineering.
  • The KFUEIT may conduct its own KFGAT as an alternate to GAT-General. In this case, a minimum cumulative score of 60 % will be required.
  • The deficiency coursework in MS Computer Engineering program will be determined by the Departmental committee on the basis of the core courses of the BS Computer Engineering degree. In special cases, it may exempt any student from completing specific deficiency course(s).
4) MS Software Engineering

At the time of admission, the students must have:

  1. Sixteen years of schooling or a four years degree after F.Sc/Intermediate in Computer (Systems) Engineering, Software Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, or in any other related disciplines.
  2. Minimum CGPA of 2.50 out of 4.0 in BS/BE/BSc or equivalent degrees. Student from annual system must have minimum score of 60 %. The percentage score will be considered only if the CGPA is not recorded/mentioned on the transcript.
  3. The GAT-General conducted by the HEC approved testing services with a minimum of 50 % cumulative score will be required at the time of admission to MS (SE) program. The GRE subject test score is also to be accepted. The scores must be valid at the time of application
  • The candidates will be required to complete the deficiency coursework prior to the MS coursework to ensure the pre-requisite competency in Software Engineering
  • The KFUEIT may conduct its own KFGAT as an alternate to GAT-General. In this case, a minimum cumulative score of 60 % will be required.
  • The deficiency coursework in MS Software Engineering program will be determined by the Departmental committee on the basis of the core courses of the BS(SE) degree. In special cases, it may exempt any student from completing specific deficiency course(s).

BS Computer Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ISLS-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics2 
2ENGL-1118Functional English3 
3MATH-1100Calculus3 
4PHYS-1123Engineering Physics2 
5PHYS-1223Engineering Physics Lab1 
6CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
7CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
8ELEN-1201Workshop practice1 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
2CPEN-1122Intensive Programming3CPEN-1214
3CPEN-1222Intensive Programming Lab1 
4MATH-2103Linear Algebra3MATH-1100
5CPEN-1121Circuit Analysis3PHYS-1123
6CPEN-1221Circuit Analysis Lab1 
7ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
8ELEN-2201Engineering Drawing1 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-2120Digital Logic Design3 
2CPEN-2220Digital Logic Design Lab1 
3CPEN-2123Object Oriented Programming3CPEN-1122
4CPEN-2223Object Oriented Programming Lab1 
5CPEN-2110Discrete structures3MATH-1100
6CPEN-2122Electronic Devices and Circuits3CPEN-1121
7CPEN-2222Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab1 
8MATH-2122Differential Equations3MATH-1100
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1STAT-2104Probability & Statistics3MATH-1100
2CPEN-2124Computer Organization & Architecture3CPEN-2120
3CPEN-2224Computer Organization & Architecture Lab1 
4ENGL-2121Technical Report Writing Skills2 
5CPEN-2121Data Structures and Algorithms3CPEN-1122
6CPEN-2221Data Structures and Algorithms Lab1 
7CPEN-2125Signals & Systems3CPEN-1121
8CPEN-2225Signals & Systems Lab1 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MSCI-XXXXManagement Elective-I3 
2CPEN-3131Operating Systems3CPEN-2121
3CPEN-3231Operating Systems Lab1 
4CPEN-3132Microprocessors and Microcontroller Interfacing3CPEN-2124
5CPEN-3232Microprocessors and Microcontroller Interfacing Lab1 
6MATH-3116Numerical Analysis3MATH-2122
7CPEN-3134Digital Signal Processing3CPEN-2125
8CPEN-3234Digital Signal Processing Lab1 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-314XCE Depth Elective-I3 
2CPEN-3135Data Communication & Computer Networks3 
3CPEN-3235Data Communication & Computer Network Lab1 
4SWEN-1111Software Engineering3CPEN-2121
5CPEN-3130Digital System Design3CPEN-2124
6CPEN-3230Digital System Design Lab1 
7SWEN-3111Database Systems3 
8SWEN-3211Database Systems Lab1 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-314XCE Depth Elective- II3 
2CPEN-4140CE Depth Elective-III3 
3CPEN-4390FYP-I3 
4CPEN-415XIDEE-I3 
5CPEN-415XIDEE-II3 
6SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1MSCI-XXXXManagement elective-II2 
2CPEN-4391FYP-II3 
3CPEN-415XIDEE-III3 
4CPEN-414XCE Depth Elective-IV3 
5HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
6SSCI-2111Professional Ethics2 
Program Total Credit Hours135

BS Software Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ISLS-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics2 
2ENGL-1118Functional English3 
3MATH-1100Calculus3 
4PHYS-1123Engineering Physics2 
5PHYS-1223Engineering Physics Lab1 
6CPEN-1114Introduction to Computing2 
7CPEN-1214Introduction to Computing Lab1 
8MSCI-2116Principles of Accounting3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
2CPEN-1122Intensive Programming3CPEN-1114
3CPEN-1222Intensive Programming Lab1 
4SWEN-1111Software Engineering3 
5ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
6MATH-2103Linear Algebra3MATH-1100
7ENGL-2121Technical Report Writing2 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-2110Discrete Structures3MATH-1100
2CPEN-2123Object Oriented Programming3CPEN-1122
3CPEN-2223Object Oriented Programming Lab1 
4SWEN-2113Software Requirement Engineering3SWEN-1111
5MATH-2122Differential Equations3 
6CPEN-2120Digital Logic Design3 
7CPEN-2220Digital Logic Design Lab1 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1STAT-2104Probability and Statistics3MATH-1100
2SWEN-2112Software Design & Architecture3SWEN-2113
3SWEN-2212Software Design & Architecture Lab1 
4SWEN-3111Database Systems3 
5SWEN-3211Database Systems Lab1 
6SWEN-XXXXSE Supporting-I3 
7CPEN-2121Data Structure & Algorithm3CPEN-1122
8CPEN-2221Data Structure & Algorithm Lab1 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
2CPEN-3131Operating Systems3CPEN-2121
3CPEN-3231Operating System Lab1 
4SWEN-3132Mobile Application Development3 
5SWEN-3115Web Engineering3 
6SWEN-3113Software Construction and Development2SWEN-2112
7SWEN-3212Software Construction and Development Lab1 
8SWEN-XXXXSE Supporting II3 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-3114Software Quality Engineering3SWEN-1111
2SWEN-3112Information Security3 
3CPEN-3135Data Communication & Computer Networks3 
4CPEN-3235Data Communication & Computer Networks Lab1 
5SWEN-XXXXSE Elective I3 
6SWEN-XXXXSE Supporting III3 
7SSCI-3120Professional Ethics2 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-4113Software Project Management3SWEN-1111
2SWEN-4114Software Re - Engineering3SWEN-3113
3SWEN-XXXXSE Elective II3 
4SWEN-XXXXSE Elective III3 
5MSCI-XXXXManagement elective-I3 
6SWEN-4391Final year Project I3 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-2111Human Computer Interaction3 
2SWEN-XXXXSE Elective IV3 
3SWEN-XXXXSE Elective V3 
4SWEN-4392Final Year Project-II3 
5MSCI-XXXXManagement elective-II3 
6HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
Program Total Credit Hours140

MS Computer Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN- XXXXCore - I3
2CPEN- XXXXCore - II3 
3XXXX- XXXXElective - I3 
4CPEN- XXXXElective - II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN- XXXXCore - III3 
2CPEN- XXXXElective - III3 
3CPEN- XXXXElective - IV3 
4CPEN- XXXXElective - V3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-6691Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-6691Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours  36 
Core Courses
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-6111Advanced Computer Architecture3Computer Architecture
2CPEN-6112Advanced Digital Systems Design3Digital Logic Design
3CPEN-6113Advanced Digital Signal Processing3Signals and System
4CPEN-6110Advanced Operating Systems3 
5COSC-5101Advanced Algorithms Analysis & Design3 
6CPEN-6122Information Theory and Coding3 
7COSC-5108Advanced Database Systems3 
8SWEN-6100Advanced Software Engineering3 
Elective Courses
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-5118Advanced Digital Image Processing3 
2COSC-6109Deep learning3 
4CPEN-5122Medical Image Processing and Analysis3 
5CPEN-5123Image and Video Coding3 
6COSC-6121Advanced Data Mining3 
7CPEN-5113Multimedia Systems3 
8COSC-5112Machine Learning3 
9CPEN-6114Robotics Vision3 
10CPEN-6115Big Data Analytics3 
11COSC-6120Internet of Things3 
12CPEN-6116Advanced Embedded System Design3 
13CPEN-5114VLSI Principles and Applications3 
14CPEN-5115Advanced Microprocessor Design3 
15CPEN-6117Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits3 
16CPEN-6118Digital IC Design3 
17CPEN-6119Fault Diagnosis and Testing3 
18CPEN-6120Design of Fault Tolerant Digital Systems3 
19CPEN-6121Low Power Chip Design Techniques3 
20CPEN-5116System on Chip Design3 
21ELEN-6201Antenna and Wave Propagation3 
22ELEN-6202Advanced Wireless Communications3 
23ELEN-6203Advanced Digital Communications Systems3 
24ELEN-6210Advanced Optical Communications3 
25ELEN-6211Microwave Devices and Circuits3 
26COSC-6121Advanced Computer Networks3 
27CPEN-6123Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics3 
28CPEN-5122Radar Engineering3 
29CPEN-5123Wireless Sensor Networks3 
30SWEN -5101Advanced Requirement Engineering3 
31SWEN -5102Advanced Software System Architecture3 
32SWEN-5103Software Testing and Quality Assurance3 
33SWEN-5110Object Oriented Software Engineering3 
34COSC-5103Semantic Web3 
35SWEN-6101Reliability Engineering3 
36SWEN-6102Agile Software Development Methods3 
37SWEN-6103Advanced Human Computer Interaction3 
General Elective
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-6124Mathematical Optimization3 
2CPEN-5151Stochastic Processes3Probability and Statistics
3CPEN-6125Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering3 
4MSCI-6102Research Methodology (University Mandatory)3 

MS Software Engineering

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN- XXXXCore - I3 
2SWEN- XXXXCore - II3 
3XXXX-XXXXElective - I3 
4SWEN-XXXXElective - II3 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN- XXXXCore - III3 
2SWEN-XXXXElective - III3 
3SWEN-XXXXElective - IV3 
4SWEN-XXXXElective - V3 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-6691Thesis6 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-6691Thesis6 
Program Total Credit Hours36
Core Courses
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-5101Advanced Requirements Engineering3 
2SWEN-5102Advanced Software System Architecture3 
3SWEN-5103Software Testing and Quality Assurance3 
4COSC-5101Advanced Algorithms Analysis & Design3 
5COSC-5108Advanced Database Systems3 
6SWEN-6100Advanced Software Engineering3 
7SWEN-6102Agile Software Development Methods3 
Elective Courses
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1SWEN-5104Software Risk Management3 
2SWEN-5105Software Measurement and Metrics3 
3SWEN-5106Software Configuration Management3 
4SWEN-5107Component Based Software Engineering3 
5SWEN-5108Empirical Software Engineering3 
6SWEN-5109Agent Oriented Software Engineering3 
7SWEN-5110Object Oriented Software Engineering3 
8SWEN-5111Advanced Software Development3 
9SWEN-5112Model Driven Software Engineering3 
10COSC-5103Semantic Web3 
11COSC-5105Advanced Computer Networks3 
12COSC-5106Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing3 
13COSC-5109Distributed Database Systems3 
14COSC-5111Information Retrieval Techniques3 
15COSC-5112Machine Learning3 
16COSC-5113Multi-Agent Systems3 
17COSC-5117Knowledge-Based Systems3 
18SWEN-6101Reliability Engineering3 
20SWEN-6103Advanced Human Computer Interaction3 
21SWEN-6104Advanced Software Project Management3 
22SWEN-6105Formal Methods3 
23SWEN-6106Model Checking3 
24SWEN-6107Advanced Topics in Software Engineering3 
25COSC-6108Natural Language Processing3 
26COSC-6110Theory of Programming Languages3 
27COSC-6120Internet of Things3 
34COSC-6123NoSQL Databases3 
35COSC-6124Big Data Analytics3 
36SWEN-6108Initiating and Planning Projects3 
37SWEN-6109Project Risks and Change3 
38SWEN-6110Project Management in IT Security3 
39COSC-5118Advanced Digital Image Processing3 
40COSC-6109Deep learning3 
41COSC-6121Advanced Data Mining3 
42CPEN-5113Multimedia Systems3 
43CPEN-6119Fault Diagnosis and Testing3 
General Elective
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1CPEN-5124Stochastic Processes3 
2MSCI-6102Research Methodology3 
3CPEN-6124Mathematical Optimization3 
 
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Introduction and Overview:

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in 2014 and is one of the pioneer department in Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology. To ensure that the Department of Mechanical Engineering continually strives to produce successful engineers who can excel on the global stage, the department implements a series of continuous quality improvement measures.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is having the latest and modern infrastructure to undertake teaching and research activities of international standards.

Vision & Mission:

Mission

To serve the national and international community by providing quality education, research, and innovations in the field of Mechanical Engineering by producing competent professionals and to establish the effective partnership among university, industry and government-based organizations which will eventually enhance the economic development of the state of Pakistan.

Vision

To be recognized as a world-class Mechanical Engineering Department for excellence in education, research and innovation.

Scope and Associated Career:

Through a commitment to service excellence, staff development and the maximum use of human and other resources, the Mechanical Engineering Department of the KFUEIT strives to unite students, staff and employees in the common goal of improving the quality of life for our community which are as follow:

  • To serve the national and international community by providing quality education.
  • Research and innovations in the field of Mechanical Engineering by producing competent professionals.
  • To establish an effective partnership among university, industry and government, to improve the economic development of Pakistan.

Key Facts:

Highly qualified faculty who have got their degrees from highly reputed universities in the world. The academic and supporting staff are supported in their career development through various training courses, workshops, seminars, and conferences. The academic staff in the Department of Mechanical Engineering comprises of experienced individuals with various disciplines in the Mechanical, Materials, Product Design and Manufacturing Engineering fields. Some of them have gained relevant industrial experiences before joining the department.

PEC Accreditation

The Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) accreditation visit was held in April 2019. Undergraduate program of batch 2014 was accredited by PEC and batch 2015 has achieved OBE based accreditation by PEC which is substantially equivalent to Washington Accord

Labs Facilities / Infrastructure:

The purpose of Mechanical Engineering Labs is to act as a platform to support the ambitions of the graduates. We provide training and guidance in a student-friendly environment that enables our graduates to learn in a better and efficient manner.

The department has state of the art laboratories related to mechanical field. Besides, the Mechanical Engineering Department has high tech laboratories of a unique blend of engineering sciences with well-adjusted laboratory work, design projects, and manufacturing processes with extensive usage of computers and the latest software.

Department of Mechanical Engineering has following fully equipped labs:

  • Thermodynamics Lab
  • IC Engine Lab
  • Heat and mass transfer Lab
  • Workshop Laboratory
  • Renewable Energy Lab
  • Manufacturing Lab
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning lab
  • Mechanical vibration lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Engineering Drawing and Graphics Lab
  • Simulation & CAD Lab
  • Engineering Mechanics Lab
  • Mechanics of Machines Lab
  • Mechanics of Materials Lab
  • Advanced Simulation Lab
  • Project Lab

The development of various other advanced labs and resource centers that accomplish the necessity of an undergraduate program is in progress. Moreover, students gain practical experience by having the opportunity through industrial internship sessions.

Academic Programs Being Offered

The Department is currently offering following program:

  • BS (Mechanical Engineering)
  • BS (Mechanical Engineering Technology)*
  • MS (Mechanical Engineering)
  • P.hD (Mechanical Engineering)*
    * Subject to approval / NOC from HEC / Accreditation Body / Competent Authority

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (4-years)

Program Introduction

This program covers disciplines in mechanical equipment and systems, from micromechanical machines to massive power-generating turbines. After degree completion, the students will normally be engineers having a grip in the Automotive, Energy Production, Foundry Process, Mechanical Systems, and Micro-Mechanical Machine.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO-1: The graduates will apply knowledge and skills to provide sustainable solutions to meet challenging mechanical engineering problems in the regional and global industry and academia.
  • PEO-2: The graduates will demonstrate professional growth, exhibit continual improvement in learning modern engineering techniques, and their applications in multidisciplinary areas.
  • PEO-3: The graduates will demonstrate high standards of ethical and professional conduct, excellent communication, work as a team and manage projects, as a useful member of society.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

The Program Learning Outcomes of the program are

  • Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
  • Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Investigation: An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.
  • Modern Tool Usage: An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The Engineer and the Society: An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.
  • Environment and Sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • Individual and Teamwork: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project Management: An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.
  • Life Long Learning: An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.
Table 1. Mapping of PLOs with PEOs
PEOsPLOs
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Eligibility Criteria
  1. The applicant should have passed the 12 years of education in any of the following programs.
    • Intermediate (Pre-Engineering)
    • DAE (Mechanical or relevant)
      • DAE Mechanical Technology (with any specialization).
      • DAE Precision Mechanical & Instruments Technology.
      • DAE Auto & Diesel Technology.
      • DAE Bio-Medical Technology.
      • DAE Dies & Mold Technology.
      • DAE Automation Technology.
      • DAE Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology.
    • Intermediate (Pre-Medical with additional Math)
    • Any other relevant program. The relevance of the program will be recommended by the head of the department and approved by the dean.
  2. The applicant must have a minimum of 60% marks in the program mentioned above.
  3. The applicant should have appeared in ECAT (UET) or equivalent.
  4. The applicant must fulfill any other minimum requirements put forward by PEC, in addition to the above-mentioned criteria.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology(4-years)

Program Introduction

A 4-year degree, entitled, BS in Mechanical Engineering Technology provides the bright students an opportunity to realize their dream as Technologists by advancing their higher education in technical fields. It is an internationally recognized degree, which is offered in all advanced countries like USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Malaysia, and many more.

Engineers, technologists and technicians may work on the same project but they work in different capacities. Technologists interpret the draft and designs of engineers and act as a go-between between the engineers and the technicians i.e. the work crew.

Program educational objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO1: Will have demonstrated knowledge of mechanical engineering technology appropriate for career pursuits and workplace needs.
  • PEO2: Will have the ability to understand, diagnose, communicate and provide solutions to technical problems/situations for the benefit of the society.
  • PEO3: Will demonstrate intellectual curiosity to actively pursue the acquisition of new knowledge and skills necessary to refine and improve his/her abilities to contribute to technology domain.
  • PEO4: Ethical commitment to allow them to deal successfully with social, technical and professional situations in their life and work.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
  • PLO-1 Engineering Technology Knowledge (SA1): The graduates will be able to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, Engineering Technology fundamentals and Engineering Technology specialization to defined and applied Engineering Technology procedures, processes, systems or methodologies.
  • PLO-2 Problem Analysis (SA2): The graduates will be able to identify, formulate, research literature and analyze broadly-defined Engineering Technology problems reaching substantiated conclusions using analytical tools appropriate to the discipline or area of specialization.
  • PLO-3 Design/Development of Solutions (SA3): The graduates will be able to design solutions for broadly- defined Engineering Technology problems and contribute to the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PLO-4 Investigation (SA4): The graduates will be able to conduct investigations of broadly-defined problems; locate, search and select relevant data from codes, data bases and literature, design and conduct experiments to provide valid conclusions.
  • PLO-5 Modern Tool Usage (SA5): The graduates will be able to select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern technology and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to broadly-defined Engineering Technology problems, with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PLO-6 The Engineering Technologist and Society (SA6): The graduates will be able to demonstrate understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to Engineering Technology practice and solutions to broadly defined Engineering Technology problems.
  • PLO-7 Environment and Sustainability (SA7): The graduates will be able to understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of Engineering Technology work in the solution of broadly defined Engineering Technology problems in societal and environmental contexts.
  • PLO-8 Ethics (SA8): The graduates will be able to understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of Engineering Technology practice
  • PLO-9 Individual and Team Work (SA9): The graduates will be able to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams.
  • PLO-10 Communication (SA10): The graduates will be able to communicate effectively on broadly defined Engineering Technology activities with the Engineering Technologist community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PLO-11 Project Management (SA11): The graduates will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Engineering Technology management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member or leader in a team and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PLO-12 Lifelong Learning (SA12): The graduates will be able to recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in specialist Engineering Technologies.
Eligibility Criteria

The admission criteria for BS in Mechanical Engineering Technology is as per NTC criteria set for admission into any Engineering Technology program

  • 50% marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering) or Equivalent Qualification A-level / ICS / DAE / B.Sc. (Excluding sports and Hafiz-e-Quran)
  • Induction Weightage: 70% weightage to F. Sc. Or Equivalent/ICS/DAE/B.Sc. 30% to Entry Test

The student should have at least 50% overall adjusted admission marks computed from above ratios. Equivalence of the Examination passed by the candidate shall be determined by Inter Board Chairmen Committee (IBCC).

The applicant must fulfill any other minimum requirements put forward by NTC, in addition to above-mentioned criteria.

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (2-years)

The applicant should hold a Bachelor Degree (16 years) from a PEC/HEC recognized University/ institution, in any of the following programs:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering

Any other relevant degree. The relevance of the degree will be recommended by the head of the department and approved by the dean.

The applicant must have a minimum CGPA of 2.5 out of 4.00 or equivalent.

The applicant must have a minimum 50 percent score in the relevant test conducted by NTS or HEC

The department may conduct its test, and the applicant must have a minimum 60 percent score in that test.

The score should be valid on the closing date of admission.

The applicant must fulfill any other minimum requirements put forward by HEC, in addition to the above-mentioned criteria.

PhD in Mechanical Engineering

The applicant should hold a Master Degree (18 years) from a PEC/HEC recognized University/ institution, in a relevant field.

The applicant must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 out of 4.00 or equivalent.

The applicant must have a minimum 60 percent score in the relevant test conducted by NTS or HEC. The department may conduct its test, and the applicant must have a minimum 70 percent score in that test. The score should be valid on the closing date of admission.

The applicant must fulfill any other minimum requirements put forward by HEC, in addition to the above mentioned criteria

BS Mechanical Engineering (SESSION 2020 & ONWARDS)

Semester-1

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1PHYS-1123Engineering Physics202202 
2PHYS-1223Engineering Physics Lab011033 
3CHEM-1191Engineering Chemistry202202 
4MEEN-1115Engineering Drawing & Graphics101101 
5MEEN-1215Engineering Drawing & Graphics Lab022066 
6MATH-1100Calculus303303 
7CPEN-1176Computer systems and programming202202 
8CPEN-1276Computer systems and programming Lab011033 
9ENGL-1119Communication Skills303303 
10ISLS-1112Islamic Studies202202 
Total 19 27 

Semester-2

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEEN-1111Engineering Materials303303 
2MEEN-1102Engineering Statics303303 
3ELEN-1175Electrical Engineering202202 
4ELEN-1275Electrical Engineering Lab011033 
5MEEN-1106Thermodynamics-I303303 
6PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies202202 
7MATH-1140Linear Algebra & Differential Equations303303 
8MEEN -1208Workshop Practice023066 
Total 19 25 

Semester-3

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MSCI-wxyzManagement Elective-I303303 
2STAT-2104Probability & Statistics303303 
3MEEN-2101Engineering Dynamics303303MEEN-1102
4MEEN-2201Engineering Mechanics Lab011033MEEN-1102
5MEEN-2118Thermodynamics-II303303MEEN-1106
6MEEN-2218Thermodynamics Lab011033MEEN-1106
7MEEN-2119Mechanics of Materials-I303303MEEN-1102
Total 17 21 

Semester-4

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1ELEN-2175Electronics Engineering202202 
2ELEN-2275Electronics Engineering Lab011033 
3MATH-2185Complex Transforms and Numerical Analysis303303MATH-1140
4MATH-2285Complex Transforms and Numerical Analysis Lab011033MATH-1140
5MEEN-2102Theory of Machines303303MEEN-2101
6MEEN-2202Theory of Machines Lab011033MEEN-2101
7MEEN-2117Fluid Mechanics-I303303 
8MEEN-2120Mechanics of Materials-II303303MEEN-2119
9MEEN-2229Mechanics of Materials Lab011033MEEN-2119
Total 18 26 

Semester-5

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEEN-3128Fluid Mechanics-II303303MEEN-2117
2MEEN-3228Fluid Mechanics Lab011033MEEN-2117
3MEEN-3137Precision Engineering & Metrology202202 
4MEEN-3237Precision Engineering & Metrology Lab011033 
5MSCI-wxyzManagement Elective-II303303 
6MEEN-3129Machine Design & CAD-I303303MEEN-1115
7MEEN-3229Machine Design & CAD-I Lab011033MEEN-1115
8MEEN-3130Manufacturing Process303303MEEN-1111
9MEEN-3230Manufacturing Process Lab011033MEEN-1111
Total 18 26 

Semester-6

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEEN-3136Heat & Mass Transfer303303MEEN-3128
2MEEN-3236Heat & Mass Transfer Lab011033MEEN-3128
3SSCI-wxyzProfessional Ethics (Social Science Elective)202202 
4MEEN-4xyzTechnical Elective-I303303 
5MEEN-3101Control Engineering303303 
6MEEN-3201Control Engineering Lab011033 
7MEEN-3138Machine Design & CAD-II303303MEEN-3129
8MEEN-3238Machine Design & CAD-II Lab011033MEEN-3129
Total 17 23 

Semester-7

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEEN-4147Internal Combustion Engines202202MEEN-2118
2MEEN-4247Internal Combustion Engines Lab011033MEEN-2118
3MEEN-4xyzTechnical Elective-II303303 
4ENGL-4175Technical Report Writing202202 
5MEEN-4148Refrigeration & Air Conditioning303303MEEN-3136
6MEEN-4248Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab011033MEEN-3136
7MEEN-4398Project (Phase-I)033099 
Total 15 25 

Semester-8

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEEN-4149Mechanical Vibrations303303 
2MEEN-4249Mechanical Vibrations Lab011033 
3MEEN-4151Power Plants303302MEEN-2118
4MEEN-4xyzTechnical Elective-III303303 
5MEEN-4399Project (Phase-II)033099MEEN-4398
Total 13 21 

 

GRAND TOTAL136 189 
Non-Engineering Domain Credit Hrs35   
Engineering Domain Credit Hrs101   
Non-Engineering Domain Credit Hrs (%)25.7   
Engineering Domain Credit Hrs (%)74.3   

 

BS Mechanical Technology

Semester-1

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1PHYS-1123Applied Physics202202 
2PHYS-1223Applied Physics Lab011033 
3CHEM-1191Applied Chemistry202202 
4CHEM-1291Applied Chemistry Lab011033 
5MATH-1101Applied Mathematics-I303303 
6CPEN-1110Introduction to Computer Fundamentals101101 
7CPEN-1210Introduction to Computer Fundamentals Lab022066 
8MEET-1101Workshop Technology101101 
9MEET-1201Workshop Technology Lab022066 
10ISLS-1112Islamic Studies202202 
Total 17 29 

Semester-2

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MATH-1102Applied Mathematics-II303303 
2MEET-1102Technical Drawing & CAD- I202202 
3MEET-1202Technical Drawing & CAD- I Lab022066 
4ELEN-1101Basic Electrical & Electronics202202 
5ELEN-1201Basic Electrical & Electronics Lab022066 
6MEET-1103Applied Thermo- dynamics- 1202202 
7MEET-1203Applied Thermo- dynamics- 1 Lab022066 
8PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies202202 
Total 17 29 

Semester-3

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1ENGL-2119Communication Skills303303 
2MEET-2204CAD-II033099MEET-1102, MEET-1202
3MEET-2105Industrial Materials202202 
4MEET-220Industrial Materials Lab011033 
5MEET-2106Mechanics of Material202202 
6MEET-2206Mechanics of Material Lab011033 
7MEET-2107Applied Thermodynamics-II202202MEET-1103, MEET-1203
8MEET-2207Applied Thermodynamics-II Lab011033MEET-1103, MEET-1203
Total 15 27 

Semester-4

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEET-2108Machine Design303303 
2MEET-2109Fluid Mechanics202202 
3MEET-2209Fluid Mechanics Lab022066 
4MEET-2110Engineering Statics202202 
5MEET-2210Engineering Statics Lab011033 
6STAT-2104Probability & Statistics303303 
7MSCI-2155Total Quality Management202202 
8ENGL-2120Technical Report Writing303303 
Total 18 24 

Semester-5

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEET-3111Heat Transfer202202MEET-2107, MEET-2207
2MEET-3211Heat Transfer Lab011033MEET-2107, MEET-2207
3MEET-3112IC Engine202202MEET-2107, MEET-2207
4MEET-3212IC Engine Lab022066MEET-2107, MEET-2207
5MEET-3113Dynamics202202MEET-2110, MEET-2210
6MEET-3213Dynamics Lab011033MEET-2110, MEET-2210
7MSCI-3102Project Management303303 
8MSCI-3103Economics202202 
9MEET-3114Manufacturing Process202202MEET-2105, MEET-2205
10MEET-3214Manufacturing Process Lab011033MEET-2105, MEET-2205
Total 18 28 

Semester-6

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEET-3115Instrumentation & Control202202 
2MEET-3215Instrumentation & Control Lab011033 
3MEET-3116Mechanical Vibrations202202 
4MEET-3216Mechanical Vibrations Lab011033 
5MEET-3117Refrigeration & Air Conditioning202202MEET-3111, MEET-3211
6MEET-3217Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab011033 
7MEET-3118Material Handling & Safety303303 
8MEET-3218Material Handling & Safety Lab011033 
9MEET-3398Project033099 
Total 16 30 

Semester-6 (Summer Project Work)

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEET-3399Project033099MEET-3398
Total 3 9 

Semester-7

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEET-4498Industrial / Field Training0161604*16640 
Total 16 640 

Semester-8

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursContact HrsPre-Requisites
TheoryLabTotalTheoryLabTotal
1MEET-4499Industrial / Field Training0161604*16640MEET-4498
Total 16 640 

 

GRAND TOTAL136 1456 
Non-Engineering Domain Credit Hrs32   
Engineering Domain Credit Hrs104   
Non-Engineering Domain Credit Hrs (%)23.53   
Engineering Domain Credit Hrs (%)76.47   

 

MS Mechanical Engineering

Semester-1

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1Core 1Core 13 
2Core 2Core 23 
3Core 3Core 33 
4Elective 1Elective 13 

Semester-2

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1Core 4Core 43 
2Elective 2Elective 23 
3Elective 3Elective 33 
4Elective 4Elective 43 

Semester-3, 4

S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ThesisThesis12 
Program Total Credit Hours36

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering

Semester-1

S.No.CourseCredit Hours
1Elective 13
2Elective 23
3Elective 33

Semester-2

S.No.CourseCredit Hours
1Elective 43
2Elective 53
3Elective 63

Semester 3 and Onwards

S.No.CourseCredit Hours
1Thesis30
List of Elective Courses

Curriculum for the PhD Program is as follows:

List of Core Courses

S.No.Course CodeCourse NameCredit Hours
1MEEN-6102Advanced Manufacturing Systems3
2MEEN-6105Computer Integrated Manufacturing3
3MEEN-6106Advanced Control System3
4MEEN-6110Advanced Fluid Mechanics3
5MEEN-6112Computational Fluid Dynamics3
6MEEN-6113Thermal System Design3
7MATH-6115Advanced Engineering Mathematics3
8MEEN-6401Advanced Engineering Materials3
9MEEN-6406Advanced Tribology3
10MEEN-6411Continuum Mechanics3
11MEEN-6415Advanced Stress Analysis3
12MEEN-6417Advanced Internal Combustion Engines3
13MEEN-6420Thermal Design of Heat Exchangers3
14MEEN-6422Advanced Water Desalination3
15MEEN-6423Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering3
16MEEN-6103Product and Process Design3
17MEEN-6104CAD/CAM3
18MEEN-6107Robotics3
19MEEN-6108Advanced Dynamics3
20MEEN-6109Modelling & Simulation3
21MEEN-6111Advanced Thermodynamics3
22MEEN-6114Advanced Heat Transfer3
23MEEN-6402Product Life Cycle Management3
24MEEN-6403Design Management & Prediction3
25MEEN-6404Materials for High-Temperature Applications3
26MEEN-6405Human Factor Engineering3
27MEEN-6407Combustion and Environment3
28MEEN-6408Expert Systems in Mechanical Engineering3
29MEEN-6409Mechanism Design3
30MEEN-6410Sensors and Sensing Technology3
S.No.Course CodeCourse NameCredit Hours
31MEEN-6412Advanced Finite Element Methods3
32MEEN-6413Advanced Mechanical Vibration3
33MEEN-6414Industrial Automation3
34MEEN-6418Energy Resources and Utilization3
35MEEN-6419Precision Manufacturing Systems3
36MEEN-6421Convection Heat Transfer3
37MEEN-6424Processing of Composites3
38MEEN-6425Theory of Elasticity3
39MEEN-6426Design of Experiments3
40MEEN-6427Turbulence Modelling3
41MEEN-6428Intelligent Control3
42MEEN-6429Optimal Control3
43MEEN-6430Fundamentals of Aerodynamics3
44MEEN-6439Advanced Numerical Analysis Techniques3
45MSCI-6135Supply Chain Management3
46MATH-6158Mathematical Statistics3
47MEEN-7102Advanced Manufacturing Design Techniques3
48MEEN-7103Industrial Control Technology3
49MEEN-7104Precision Manufacturing Systems3
50MEEN-7105Smart Materials and Structures3
51MEEN-7106Advanced Measurement Techniques3
52MEEN-7109Combustion Engineering3
53MEEN-7110Advanced Mechanical Vibration3
54MEEN-8104Materials for High-Temperature Applications3
55MEEN-8105Smart Materials and Structures3
56MEEN-8108Special Topics for Advanced Thermodynamics3
57MEEN-8111Advanced Solid Mechanics3
58MEEN-8112Advanced Power Plant Systems3
59MEEN-8113Theory of Plasticity3
 
Department of Computer Science

Message from the Head of Department

 

Since its inception in 2014 the Department of Computer Science (DCS) has been dedicated towards creation of an innovative academic environment, which focuses on the overall development of students. The DCS at KFUEIT offers students and faculty a close-knit community to learn, discover and innovate, in a shared quest for computational solutions to a spectrum of challenging problems. Our focus is on quality teaching and research using state of the art facilities. The department copes with the modern needs of Information Technology where the main objective is to produce quality computer professionals and software engineers to meet the emerging demands of IT at national and international markets. We have a well-designed curriculum as per HEC requirements with a combination of foundation, core and elective courses supported by the final year projects and internship programs.

Our degree programs are accredited by NCEAC (Computing Council). So far, we are the only one in Southern Punjab who got accreditation of BS Computer Science degree program. Yes, a big achievement.

The department educates and conducts research covering wide areas of attractive educational programs for students to learn from the basics to advanced technologies related to computer science and information technology. Students are taught and groomed to become leading developers and researchers who are highly motivated and have practical, creative and management skills to drive an advanced next-generation information society in all industrial zones.

During the last few years, the Department had a number of commendable achievements at National level. Please explore our website to learn more about the department’s academic programs, research activities, faculty, achievements, and more. You can also find us on Facebook pages,

https://www.facebook.com/DCS.KFUEIT

https://facebook.com/kfueit.official

 

With this, I welcome you at the Department of Computer Science, KFUEIT-Rahim Yar Khan.

Introduction

The Department of Computer Science at KFUEIT offers students and faculty a close-knit community to learn, discover and innovate, in a shared quest for computational solutions to a spectrum of challenging problems. Our focus is on quality teaching and research using state of the art facilities. The department copes with the modern needs of Information Technology where the main objective is to produce quality computer professionals and software engineers to meet the emerging demands of IT at national and international markets. We have a well designed curriculum as per HEC requirements with a combination of foundation, core and elective courses supported by the final year projects and internship programs.

The department educates and conducts research covering wide areas of attractive educational programs for students to learn from the basics to advanced technologies related to computer science and information technology. Students are taught and groomed to become leading developers and researchers who are highly motivated and have practical, creative and management skills to drive an advanced next-generation information society in all industrial zones

Vision

To be recognized as a centre of excellence internationally in teaching and research in computer science to contribute for the local and national development.

Our mission is to provide quality education and;

  • To produce graduates who are successful professionally, ethically, technically and scientifically to make positive contributions in the field of computing.
  • To create, share, and apply knowledge in interdisciplinary research areas to perform a significant role in the continuing local and global transformations.
  • To contribute positively to the economic development of the country providing services to the local community.
  • To prepare the human resource to overcome the shortage of skilled manpower who can face the challenges of the 21st Century.

Key Features / Facilitie

  • State of the art Computing Labs.
  • Fareed Computing Research Center(www.fcrc.work).
  • Highly qualified faculty having national and international exposure.
  • Best Teacher Award 2018.
  • Won National level competitions such as; ASCII, Microsoft Imagine Cup.
  • Research Publications in high ranked journals.
  • Member of National Curriculum Revision Committee.
  • Dr. Arif Mehmood become reviewer of ETRI journal.
  • Mr. Saqib Ubaid became member of Punjab Curriculum & Textbook Board (PCTB).

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Computer Science
  • BS Data Science
  • BS Artificial Intelligence
  • MSc. Computer Science
  • MS Computer Science
  • MS Data Science
Admission Criteria
  1. The minimum requirements for admission in BS Computer ScienceBS Data Science, BS Artificial Intelligence programs is at-least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination or equivalent examination certified by IBCC.
  2. The minimum requirements for admission in MS Computer Science, and MS Data Science is,
    1. Sixteen years of schooling or a four years education after HSSC / A-Level in the related fields with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 out of 4.0 OR 60% marks (percentage will only be considered if CGPA is not mentioned on the transcript).
    2. GAT (General) conducted by NTS/HEC test with accumulative test score of at least 50% or the departmental test with accumulative test score as per university policy.
    3. Any other requirement recommended by HEC or approved by the department.

 

BS Computer Science

Semester-I

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-1105

Introduction to ICT

2

 

2

COSC-1205

Introduction to ICT-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-1101

Programming Fundamentals

3

 

4

COSC-1201

Programming Fundamentals-Lab

1

 

5

ENGL-1114

English Composition & Comprehension

3

 

6

MATH-1100

Calculus

3

 

7

PHYS-1121

Applied Physics

3

 

8

ISLS-1112

Islamic Studies/Ethics

2

 

Semester-II

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-1102

Object Oriented Programming

3

COSC-1101

2

COSC-1202

Object Oriented Programming-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-1104

Software Engineering

3

 

4

COSC-1103

Discrete Structures

3

 

5

ENGL-1110

Communication & Presentation  Skills

3

 

6

PAKS-1113

Pakistan Studies

2

 

7

SSCI-1111

Introduction to Sociology

3

 

Semester-III

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

ELEN-2100

Digital Logic Design

3

PHYS-1122

2

ELEN-2200

Digital Logic Design-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-2101

Data Structures & Algorithms

3

COSC-1102

4

COSC-2201

Data Structures & Algorithms-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-3101

Computer Networks

3

 

6

COSC-3201

Computer Networks-Lab

1

 

7

ENGL-4117

Technical and Business Writing

3

 

8

MATH-2103

Linear Algebra

3

 

Semester-IV

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-2103

Database Systems

3

 

2

COSC-2203

Database Systems-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-3112

Artificial Intelligence

3

COSC-1103

4

COSC-3212

Artificial Intelligence-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-4111

Visual Programming

3

 

6

STAT-2104

Probability & Statistics

3

 

7

COSC-3109

Data Science

3

 

Semester-V

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-3115

Design & Analysis of Algorithms

3

COSC-2101

2

COSC-4120

Web Programming

3

 

3

COSC-2102

Operating Systems

3

 

4

COSC-2202

Operating Systems-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-3107

Machine Learning

3

 

6

MATH-2122

Differential Equations

3

 

7

MSCI-2116

Principles of Accounting

3

 

Semester-VI

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-3102

Information Security

3

 

2

COSC-3114

Computer Organization & Assembly Language

3

ELEN-2100

3

COSC-3214

Computer Organization & Assembly Language-Lab

1

 

4

COSC-2105

Theory of Automata

3

COSC-1103

5

COSC-3116

Mobile Application Development

3

 

6

COSC-3121

Introduction to NLP

3

 

Semester-VII

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4301

Final Year Project-I

3

COSC-1104 and COSC-2103

2

COSC-3104

Compiler Construction

3

COSC-2105

3

COSC-4101

Parallel and Distributed Computing

3

COSC-2102

4

MATH-3116

Numerical Analysis

3

 

5

COSC-4121

Deep Learning and Applications

3

 

Semester-VIII

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4302

Final Year Project-II

3

COSC-4301

2

SSCI-2111

Professional Ethics

2

 

3

MSCI-3111

Entrepreneurship

3

 

4

COSC-4109

Graph Theory

3

 

5

COSC-4150

Routing & Switching

2

COSC-3101

Program Total Credit Hours

134

BS Data Science

Semester-I

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-1108

Fundamentals of Data Science

2

 

2

COSC-1101

Programming Fundamentals

3

 

3

COSC-1201

Programming Fundamentals-Lab

1

 

4

ENGL-1114

English Composition & Comprehension

3

 

5

MATH-1121

Calculus & Analytical Geometry

3

 

6

PHYS-1121

Applied Physics

3

 

7

COSC-1105

Introduction to ICT

2

 

8

COSC-1205

Introduction to ICT-Lab

1

 

Semester-II

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-1102

Object Oriented Programming

3

COSC-1101

2

COSC-1202

Object Oriented Programming-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-2109

Exploratory Data Analysis and Visualization

3

COSC-1108

4

COSC-2209

Exploratory Data Analysis and Visualization-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-1103

Discrete Structures

3

 

6

ENGL-1110

Communication & Presentation  Skills

3

 

7

ISLS-1112

Islamic Studies/Ethics

2

 

8

MATH-2122

Differential Equations

3

 

Semester-III

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-2101

Data Structures & Algorithms

3

COSC-1102

2

COSC-2201

Data Structures & Algorithms-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-2103

Database Systems

3

 

4

COSC-2203

Database Systems-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-1104

Software Engineering

3

 

6

STAT-2104

Probability & Statistics

3

 

7

MATH-2103

Linear Algebra

3

 

Semester-IV

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-3121

Introduction to NLP

3

 

2

COSC-3221

Introduction to NLP-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-3115

Design & Analysis of Algorithms

3

COSC-2101

4

COSC-2107

Stochastic Processes

3

STAT-2104

5

COSC-2102

Operating Systems

3

 

6

COSC-2202

Operating Systems-Lab

1

 

7

COSC-3107

Data Mining

3

 

8

COSC-3207

Data Mining-Lab

1

 

Semester-V

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

SSCI-1111

Introduction to Sociology

3

 

2

COSC-2110

Big Data Programming

3

 

3

COSC-2210

Big Data Programming-Lab

1

 

4

COSC-3101

Computer Networks

3

 

5

COSC-3201

Computer Networks-Lab

1

 

6

COSC-4101

Parallel and Distributed Computing

3

COSC-2102

7

COSC-XXXX

Data Science Elevtive-1

3

 

8

PAKS-1113

Pakistan Studies

2

 

Semester-VI

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4121

Deep Learning and Applications

3

 

2

COSC-4221

Deep Learning and Applications-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-3123

Image Processing and Analysis

3

 

4

COSC-3223

Image Processing and Analysis-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-XXXX

Data Science Elevtive-2

3

 

6

ENGL-4117

Technical and Business Writing

3

 

7

MSCI-3111

Entrepreneurship

3

 

Semester-VII

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4301

Final Year Project-I

3

COSC-1104 and COSC-2103

2

COSC-3102

Information Security

3

 

3

COSC-XXXX

Data Science Elective-3

3

 

4

COSC-XXXX

Data Science Elective-4

3

 

5

COSC-4120

Web Programming

3

 

Semester-VIII

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4302

Final Year Project-II

3

COSC-4301

2

COSC-XXXX

Data Science Elective-5

3

 

3

COSC-XXXX

Data Science Elective-6

3

 

4

SSCI-2111

Professional Ethics

2

 

Program Total Credit Hours

134

 

BS Artificial Intelligence

Semester-I

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-1106

Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence

2

 

2

COSC-1101

Programming Fundamentals

3

 

3

COSC-1201

Programming Fundamentals-Lab

1

 

4

ENGL-1114

English Composition & Comprehension

3

 

5

MATH-1121

Calculus & Analytical Geometry

3

 

6

PHYS-1121

Applied Physics

3

 

7

COSC-1105

Introduction to ICT

2

 

8

COSC-1205

Introduction to ICT-Lab

1

 

Semester-II

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-1102

Object Oriented Programming

3

COSC-1101

2

COSC-1202

Object Oriented Programming-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-2106

Knowledge Representation and Problem Solving

3

COSC-1106

4

COSC-2206

Knowledge Representation and Problem Solving-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-1103

Discrete Structures

3

 

6

ENGL-1110

Communication & Presentation  Skills

3

 

7

ISLS-1112

Islamic Studies/Ethics

2

 

8

MATH-2122

Differential Equations

3

 

Semester-III

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-2101

Data Structures & Algorithms

3

COSC-1102

2

COSC-2201

Data Structures & Algorithms-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-2103

Database Systems

3

 

4

COSC-2203

Database Systems-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-1104

Software Engineering

3

 

6

STAT-2104

Probability & Statistics

3

 

7

MATH-2103

Linear Algebra

3

 

Semester-IV

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-3107

Machine Learning

3

 

2

COSC-3207

Machine Learning-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-3115

Design & Analysis of Algorithms

3

COSC-2101

4

COSC-2107

Stochastic Processes

3

STAT-2104

5

COSC-2102

Operating Systems

3

 

6

COSC-2202

Operating Systems-Lab

1

 

7

COSC-3107

Data Mining

3

 

8

COSC-3207

Data Mining-Lab

1

 

Semester-V

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

SSCI-1111

Introduction to Sociology

3

 

2

COSC-3121

Introduction to NLP

3

 

3

COSC-3221

Introduction to NLP-Lab

1

 

4

COSC-3101

Computer Networks

3

 

5

COSC-3201

Computer Networks-Lab

1

 

6

COSC-3122

Fundamentals of Computer Vision

3

 

7

COSC-XXXX

Artificial Intelligence Elevtive-1

3

 

 

PAKS-1113

Pakistan Studies

2

 

Semester-VI

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4121

Deep Learning and Applications

3

 

2

COSC-4221

Deep Learning and Applications-Lab

1

 

3

COSC-3123

Image Processing and Analysis

3

 

4

COSC-3223

Image Processing and Analysis-Lab

1

 

5

COSC-XXXX

Artificial Intelligence Elevtive-2

3

 

6

ENGL-4117

Technical and Business Writing

3

 

7

MSCI-3111

Entrepreneurship

3

 

Semester-VII

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4301

Final Year Project-I

3

COSC-1104 and COSC-2103

2

COSC-3102

Information Security

3

 

3

COSC-XXXX

Artificial Intelligence Elevtive-3

3

 

4

COSC-XXXX

Artificial Intelligence Elevtive-4

3

 

5

COSC-4120

Web Programming

3

 

Semester-VIII

S.No.

Course Codes

Course Title

Credit Hours

Pre-Requisite

1

COSC-4302

Final Year Project-II

3

COSC-4301

2

COSC-XXXX

Artificial Intelligence Elevtive-5

3

 

3

COSC-XXXX

Artificial Intelligence Elevtive-6

3

 

4

SSCI-2111

Professional Ethics

2

 

Program Total Credit Hours

134

 

 

 
Department of Information Technology

Introduction and Overview

The Department of Information Technology at KFUEIT offers its students and faculty a platform to learn and explore challenging problems related to Information Technology. More specifically, the stake-holders investigate and solve together the open challenges of Information Technology. The focus of the department is on the quality teaching and research using available state-of-the-art facilities. The department aims to cope with the needs of Information Technology professionals to meet the rising demands at both Nnational and Iinternational levels. The department has devised a well-designed curriculum, as per HEC guidelines/requirements, combining all necessary courses ranging from basic to advance, equally supported by the thesis and case studies.

The examination of the department is based on the semester system under the unified exam policy of the university. The department educates and conducts research covering wide areas from fundamental technologies such as software engineering, image processing, object oriented programming, computer architecture, algorithms, database system, networks, and Internet technologies, which support infrastructures of the highly information-oriented society to applied and advanced technologies. To achieve this mission, we provide attractive educational programs for students to learn, from the basics to advanced technologies, related to computer science and information technology. Through our educational programs, students are expected to become leading Information Technology professionals and researchers who are highly motivated and have practical, creative, and management skills to drive next-generation secure information society.

Vision

To be a professional leader in delivering IT based services in support of teaching, learning, research and produce self-motivated, creative, and professionals.

Mission

Our mission is to provide a quality education and;

  • To produce graduates who are successful professionally, ethically, technically and scientifically to make positive contributions in the field of Information Technology.
  • To prepare students to function effectively in a dynamic technological era.
  • To contribute positively to the economic development of the country providing services to the community.
  • To prepare the human resources to overcome the shortage of skilled manpower who can face the challenges of the 21st century.

Key Facts & Facilities

  • General Purpose Lab
  • Database / Software Engineering Lab
  • Networking Lab
  • Programming Lab
  • Micro Processor / Embedded Lab
  • Electronics / Circuits Lab
  • Advance Network Research Lab

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Information Technology
  • BS Bioinformatics
  • BS Telecommunication Systems *
  • MS Information Security
  • MS Information Technology *
  • MS Telecommunication Systems *
    * Subject to approval / NOC from HEC / Competent Authority / Accreditation Body
 
Department of Chemistry

Introduction and Overview

Civilization started with the invention of fire or in other words it started with the knowledge of chemistry and later its contribution in providing energy, food, shelter, clothing, medicine, engineering materials, information technology gadgets and other necessities of life evidence that human being progress goes hand in hand with the progress of chemistry. Thus, chemistry was one of the programs offered at KFUEIT in 2016 for quality education and specialization in its different core branches such as organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical and applied chemistry. With highly qualified and internationally engaged faculty, well- equipped laboratories and resource rich library facilities the department of chemistry is striving to prepare students to take part into national and international challenging research problems and internships for the fine tuning of their intellectual capabilities and technical skills.

Vision & Mission

The department of chemistry at KFUEIT dreams to accomplish high distinction in teaching and research, to produce chemistry experts of international level proficiencies and to build up a world class center of excellence in teaching and research within the industrial triangle of southern Punjab.

Scope and Associated Career

  • The common purpose is to achieve the highest possible standards of scholarship, teaching and research in chemistry and allied subjects.
  • The program for majors is designed to enable students to develop in-depth understanding of chemical principles; a working knowledge of the properties of chemicals; a familiarity with the use of the chemistry literature; skills in basic laboratory methods, including modern instrumentation; the ability to observe, record, interpret critically, and communicate experimental results; and a facility in analytical and logical problem solving.
  • To impart a sound knowledge of chemistry to students and to help them use this knowledge creatively and analytically.
  • To develop and improve practical, written and oral communication, information retrieval, computer and problem-solving skills.
  • To encourage the students to become effective and independent learners.
  • To develop in students’ team work abilities to acquire respect for human values.
  • To encourage students to broaden their knowledge, to develop their own capabilities and self-confidence, to respect learning and to participate in continuing education

Labs Facilities / Infrastructure

Currently Available Instruments

  • Rotatory Evaporators
  • pH meters
  • Conductometers
  • Furnaces
  • UV-Lamps
  • Digital Melting Point
  • Hot Plates
  • Water Distillation Apparatus
  • Incubators
  • Centrifuge Machines
  • Abbes Refractometer
  • Flame Photometer
  • Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
  • UV-Visible Spectrometers

Upcoming Instruments

  • 400 MHz NMR Spectrometer
  • FTIR
  • HPLC

Key Facts

  • PhD Faculty Members : 16
  • Teaching Assistant (MPhil) : 01
  • Non-Teaching Staff : 05

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Chemistry
  • BS Biochemistry
  • MSc Chemistry
  • MS Chemistry

BS Chemistry

In BS Chemistry program, students are engaged mainly in the intense understanding of chemistry with critical assessment. The program is designed to give students a grasp of the basic principles of chemistry through a course of study that emphasizes fundamental concepts of chemistry. Courses offered at the department of chemistry have the benefit of a flexible curricular program capable of preparing them for advanced studies in chemistry as well as careers in teaching and research institutes. The program requires students to take a broad spectrum of chemistry and develop applications in diverse applied areas with ubiquitous importance in education and education based fields.

BS Biochemistry

In BS Biochemistry program, students are engaged mainly in the intense understanding of biochemistry with critical assessment. The program is designed to give students a grasp of the basic principles of biochemistry through a course of study that emphasizes fundamental concepts of biochemistry. Courses offered at the department of chemistry have the benefit of a flexible curricular program capable of preparing them for advanced studies in biochemistry as well as careers in teaching and research institutes. The program requires students to take a broad spectrum of chemistry and develop applications in diverse applied areas with ubiquitous importance in education and education based fields.

MSc Chemistry

In MSc Chemistry program, students are engaged mainly in the intense understanding of chemistry with critical assessment. The program is designed to give students a grasp of the basic principles of chemistry through a course of study that emphasizes fundamental concepts of chemistry. Courses offered at the department of chemistry have the benefit of a flexible curricular program capable of preparing them for advance studies in chemistry as well as careers in teaching and research institutes. The program requires students to take a broad spectrum of chemistry and develop applications in diverse applied areas with ubiquitous importance in education and education based fields.

Specializations

  • Specializations are being offered in Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Applied Chemistry
  • The Course Scheme for first 6 semesters is common and the specialization is offered in 7th and 8th semester of each Discipline (7th and 8th semesters will be different for each specializations)
  • Admission Criteria for admission in BS Chemistry (04 years)
  • Candidate should have at least 50% marks in Intermediate/equivalent with chemistry from any accredited institution. There will be 2% quota for the students having DAE (03 years) in the relevant field.
  • Admission Criteria for admission in MSc Chemistry (02 years)
  • Candidate should have at least 45% marks in Bachelor degree with Chemistry or an equivalent degree from any recognized University.

MS Chemistry

In MS Chemistry program, students are engaged mainly in research, the most stimulating part of chemistry: the synthesis of new compounds, discovery of new reactions, elucidation of reaction mechanisms, uncovering of new principles, understanding naturally occurring substances, or working out theories of chemical bonding or reactivity. The program requires students to take a broad spectrum of courses, and develop applications in diverse applied areas. The course has widespread importance in the area of education and adjacent to it.

Admission Criteria for admission in MS Chemistry (02 years)

To beeligible for admission to MS, a candidate shall possess an BS/MSc degree or its equivalent in a relevant subject from a HEC recognized University with a minimum CGPA of 2.5/4.0 (Semester System) or first division (Annual System). NTS/ GAT test with 50% score or University admission test conducted by University with a minimum 60% score will be required to qualify for admission to MS

 
Department of Food Science & Technology

Introduction and Overview

Food Science is a multidisciplinary approach that deals with various aspects of food. The basic structure of Food Science and Technology comprises of Food Sciences, Food Technology, Food Processing, Analysis, Huma Nutrition and Dietetics, Research & Development, Product Development, Food Laws & Regulation, Food Safety and Food Quality etc.

Vision

The Department of Food Science and Technology at KFUEIT would like to be recognized nationally and globally as a high seminary of learning pertinent to Food and Nutrition, Food quality and Safety, Food Analysis, Food Microbiology, other novel and emerging trends of 21st century. The professionals (teachers / researchers) aimed to excel imparting education and trainings contribute for local and national development of the country in an efficient manner.

Mission

Our mission is to provide quality education in Food Science and Technology:

  • To provide an outstanding educational experience and unique research and training opportunities in Food safety and nutritional science, and to develop multidisciplinary and quality-oriented leaders to solve important national and global health problems.
  • To provide a cost-effective processing and storage technology to curtail post-harvest losses and to achieve maximum value addition
  • To provide a value addition of agricultural products, Food bioprocessing and technology, Food nutrition and dietetics, Food safety and quality and natural resource sciences in order to realize sustainable and secure livelihoods

Scope of Department

  • To produce qualified Food and Nutrition professional for Food industries, Hospitals, NGO’s, International organizations, teaching and research organizations
  • To establish links between Teaching / research institutions, government, commercial organizations and consumers
  • To preserve, process and manipulate the agricultural crops to avoid post-harvest losses
  • To protect our environmental condition from deterioration of food
  • To provide consultancy and advisory services of food industries
  • To provide diagnostic analysis of food products and their nutritional value
  • To establish international collaboration with food science departments and food processing industries by exchanging of students & staff
  • To organize function for creating awareness about the importance of safe processed nutritious food

Associated Career

A successful graduate of Food Science and Technology department in their respective degrees can embark on a teaching career in the University, Polytechnic or College of Technology. He/she can undertake advanced studies in any of a number of courses associated with Food Science, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Meal / Diet planning, Food Services Management, Nutrition Clinic, Food Engineering, Food Technology, Nutritional Sciences, Biotechnology, Product Development, Extension Education, Food Microbiology, Food Laws and Regulations, Marketing and Management etc. Graduates are adequately trained to be employed at the senior level in Food Industries, regulatory agencies, Food service, Hospitals, NGO’s, extension organizations and research institutes.

Most importantly, Food Science and Technology graduates are trained to be capable of establishing their own small and medium scale food enterprises. The graduates in Human Nutrition and Dietetics will be able to serve in public and private sectors. They can start their carrier in public health departments, schools, teaching and research institutes, international organization: UNICEF, UNDP, WHO, FAO and world bank. Furthermore, they will able to serve in multinational companies, independent private practice, food industry, hospitality industry, pharmaceuticals industry, consultant for private companies, consultant in private hospitals, airlines and railways, catering services and different health care centers.

Key Features & Facilities

Food Science and Technology Department has laboratories equipped with latest facilities and equipment. Following mentioned laboratories are operational catering the needs of different degree programs at under graduate and post graduate level:

  • Food Analysis Laboratory
  • Dairy & Meat Laboratory
  • Food Microbiology Laboratory
  • Food Processing Hall
Sr. NoResourcesName
1Teachers4 PhD Faculty
2Laboratories4
Food Analysis Lab.
Food Microbiology
Dairy & Meat Laboratory
Food Processing Hall
3EquipmentEquipment available for: Food Analysis, Food Microbiology, Dairy and Meat Lab, Food Processing hall (for product development)

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Food Science and Technology (BS-FST)
  • BS Human Nutrition and Dietetics (BS-HND)
  • MS Food Technology
  • MS Human Nutrition and Dietetics *
  • MS Food Safety and Quality Management *
    * Subject to approval / NOC from HEC / Competent Authority / Accreditation Body

BS Food Scinece and Technology

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENGL-1118Functional English3 
2MATH-1111/ BTNY-1107Mathematics-I /Botany3Math for Pre-Medical/Biology for Pre-Engineering students
3PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
4FDST-1101/ FDST-1201Introduction to Food Science and Technology3 
5AGRI-1101/ AGRI-1201Basic Agriculture3 
6STAT-1101 STAT-1201Statistical Theory- I3 
7HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ISLS-1112/ ETIC-1112Islamic Studies/Ethics2 
2ENGL-1119Communication Skills3 
3MATH-1112/ZOOL-1171Mathematics-II (Calculas)/ Zoology3Math for Pre-Medical/Zoology for Pre-Engineering students
4FDST-1102/ FDST-1202Food Processing and Preservation3 
5STAT-1102/ STAT-1202Statistical Theory- II3 
6AGEN-1102/ AGEN-1202Fluid Mechanics3 
7SSCI-3120Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1INFT-1102/ INFT-1202Introduction to Computing3 
2BOCH-1101Introductory Biochemistry3 
3FDST-2101/FDST-2201Food Analysis3 
4FDST-2102/ FDST-2202Unit Operation in Food Processing3 
5FDST-2103Food Plant Layout and Design2 
6FDST-2104Food Safety3 
7FDST-2105/FDST-2205Food Microbiology3 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-2106/ FDST-2206Food Process Engineering3 
2FDST-2107Food Chemistry3 
3FDST-2108/ FDST-2208Dairy Technology3 
4FDST-2109/ FDST-2209Fruits and Vegetables Processing3 
5FDST-2110/FDST-2210Fish, poultry and egg processing3 
6HNAD-1101Fundamentals of Human Nutrition3 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-3101/ FDST-3201Meat Technology3 
2FDST-3102/ FDST-3202Cereal Technology3 
3FDST-3103/ FDST-3203Sugar Technology3 
4AGRI-3101/AGRI-3201Stored Grain Pest Management3 
5FDST-3104/ FDST-3204Instrumental Techniques in Food Analysis3 
6MSCI-4165Agricultural Marketing3 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-3105/ FDST-3205Bakery Products Technology3 
2FDST-3106Community Nutrition2 
3FDST-3107/FDST-3207Confectionery and Snack Foods3 
4FDST-3108/ FDST-3208Food Packaging3 
5FDST-3109/ FDST-3209Sensory Evaluation of Foods3 
6FDST-3110/ FDST-3210Technology of Fats and Oils3 
7FDST-3111/FDST-3211Postharvest Technology3 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-4101/ FDST-4201Food Product Development3 
2FDST-4102/ FDST-4202Food Biotechnology3 
3FDST-4103Food Laws and Regulations3 
4FDST-4104Food Quality management3 
5FDST-4105/ FDST-4205Beverage Technology3 
6FDST-4106/ FDST-4206Extrusion Technology3 
7FDST-4107/ FDST-4207Research Project and Scientific writing2 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-4400Internship4 
Program Total Credit Hours138

BS Human Nutrition and Dietetics

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ENGL-1118Functional English3 
2MATH-1111Mathematics (Algebra)-I3 
3PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2 
4HNAD-1101Fundamentals of Human Nutrition3 
5AGRI-1101/ AGRI-1201Basic Agriculture3 
6FDST-1101/ FDST-1201Introduction to Food Science & Technology3 
7HLTH-1113Basic Health Awareness2 
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1ISLS-1112/Islamic Studies/Ethics2Ethics for non-muslim students
2ETIC-1112Communication Skills3 
3ENGL-1119Macronutrients in Human Nutrition3 
4HNAD-1102Introductory Biochemistry3 
5BOCH-1101Statistical Theory-I3 
6STAT-1101/ STAT-1201Introduction to Computing3 
7INFT-1102/ INFT-1202Constitution and Legal System of Pakistan2 
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-2101Micronutrients in Human Nutrition3 
2HNAD-2102/HNAD 2202Human Anatomy3 
3HNAD-2103/HNAD 2203Human Physiology-I3 
4FDST-2104Food Safety3 
5FDST-2105/FDST-2205Food Microbiology3 
6FDST-2107Food Chemistry3 
7FDST-4102/ FDST-4203Food Biotechnology3 
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-2104/HNAD-2204Human Physiology - II3 
2HNAD-2105/ HNAD-2205Assessment of Nutritional Status3 
3HNAD-2106Nutrition Through the Life Cycle3 
4HNAD-2107-HNAD-2207General Pathology3 
5FDST-2101/ FDST-2201Food Analysis3 
6FDST-2109/ FDST-2209Dairy Technology3 
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-3101/ HNAD-3201Dietetics-I3 
2HNAD-3102/ HNAD-3202Public Health Nutrition3 
3HNAD-3103/ HNAD-3203Meal Planning and Management3 
4HNAD-3104/ HNAD-3204Nutritional Education and Awareness3 
5FDST-4103Food Laws and Regulations3 
6HNAD-3105/ HNAD-3205Sports Nutrition3 
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-3106Nutritional Disorders3 
2HNAD-3107/HNAD-3207Dietetics-II3 
3HNAD-3108Nutrition in Emergencies3 
4HNAD-3109Global Food Issues3 
5HNAD-3110/ HNAD-3210Infant and Young Child Feeding3 
6FDST-4104Food Quality Management3 
7FDST-2103Food Plant Layout and Design2 
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-4101/ HNAD-4201Nutritional Practices in Clinical Care3 
2HNAD-4102/ HNAD-4202Dietetics-III3 
3HNAD-4103Drug & Nutrient Interactions2 
4HNAD-4104Research Methods in Nutrition3 
5HNAD-4105Nutrition Policies and Programs3 
6BOCH-3114/ BOCH-3214Clinical Biochemistry3 
7FDST-4107/ FDST-4207Research Project and Scientific Writing2 
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-4400Internship4 
Program Total Credit Hours138

MS Food Technology

Core courses
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-5101Food Quality Assurance Management3 
2FDST-5102Recent Advances in Food Science & Technology3 
3FDST-5103/ FDST-5203Research Methodology3 
4FDST-5104Seminar and Special Problem3 
Elective courses-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-6101Food Additive3 
2FDST-6102/ FDST-6202Baking Science and Technology3 
3FDST-6103/ FDST-6203Technology of Processed Meat3 
4FDST-6104/ FDST-6204Dairy Processing-I3 
Elective courses-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-6105/ FDST-6205Dairy Processing-II3 
2FDST-6106/ FDST-6206Advanced Food Biotechnology3 
3FDST-6107/ FDST-6207Milling of Cereals3 
4FDST-6108/ FDST-6208Advanced Beverage Technology3 
5FDST-6109/ FDST-6209Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods3 
6FDST-6110Food Supply Chain Management3 
7FDST-6111/ FDST-6212Food Enzymology3 
Elective courses-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1FDST-6112Food Toxicology3 
2FDST-6113Starch Chemistry and Technology3 
3FDST-6114/ FDST-6214Advanced Food Chemistry2 
4FDST-6115/ FDST-6215Chemistry of Edible Oils and Fats3 
5FDST-6116/ FDST-6216Industrial Processing Technology of Edible Oils & Fats Products3 
6FDST-6117 FDST-6217Meat Science3 
7FDST-6118Food Industrial Waste Management3 
8FDST-6119Post-Harvest Management3 
9FDST-6120 FDST-6220Food Packaging3 
10FDST-6121 FDST-6221Advanced Food Microbiology3 
 FDST-6601 Thesis (Mandatory) 12 
Total credit hours (Semester-IV)  12 
Program Total Credit Hours36

MS Human Nutrition and Dietetics

Core courses
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-5101Maternal and Child Nutrition3 
2HNAD-5102Recent Advances in Nutrition and Dietetics3 
3HNAD-5103/HNAD 5203Nutrigenomics and Proteomics3 
4HNAD-5104Seminar and Special Problem3 
Elective courses-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-6101Nutritional Controversies3 
2HNAD-6102/HNAD-6202Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics3 
3HNAD-6103/HNAD-6203Therapeutic and Complementary Nutrition3 
4HNAD-6105/ HNAD-6205Nutrition in Institutions3 
5HNAD-6104Personalized Nutrition3 
Elective courses-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-6106/ HNAD-6206Sports and Exercise Nutrition3 
2HNAD-6107/ HNAD-6207Applied Dietetics3 
3HNAD-6108Pediatric and Geriatric Nutrition3 
4HNAD-6109Professional Dietetics Practices3 
5HNAD-6110Diet Diversification and Health Promotion3 
6HNAD-6111/ HNAD-6211Public Health Nutrition3 
7HNAD-6112Vegetarian Nutrition3 
8HNAD-6113 HNAD-6213Bioactive Components and Health3 
9HNAD-6114/ HNAD-6214Physiology of Digestion and Metabolism3 
Elective courses-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursPre-Requisite
1HNAD-6115Food and Nutritional Security: Policy to Practice3 
2HNAD-6116/ HNAD-6216Nutritional Epidemiology and Research Methods3 
3HNAD-6117International Nutrition3 
4HNAD-6118/ HNAD-6218Public Health Microbiology3 
 HNAD-6601 Thesis (Mandatory) 12 
Total credit hours (Semester-IV)  12 
Program Total Credit Hours36
 
Department of Allied Health Sciences

Introduction and Overview

The newly established Department of Health Sciences of KFUEIT is committed to deliverdynamic sharing of knowledge, research and services beyond the walls of KFUEIT by offeringexceptional learning opportunities of professional education and encourages its staff, students tocontribute their knowledge and expertise in public domains nationally and internationally.There’s an exciting future ahead in health sciences and the department is ready to play a leadingrole in it by finding cure to behavioral diseases, introducing new Laboratory and Imaginginterventions, vision sciences, pharmaceuticals and improving quality of life through vastresearch based resources continuously being developed at KFUEIT. Among its degree programsare; BS Clinical Psychology, BS Medical Laboratory Technology, BS Radiology, BS Optometry,BS Cosmetology and Dermatological Sciences and BS Orthotics & Prosthetics. With highlyqualified and internationally engaged faculty, well-equipped laboratories and resource richlibrary facilities the department of health Sciences is striving to provide education, research andservice facilities and consultancy in the health science disciplines of the highest quality toproduce competent healthcare professionals.
The program’s curriculum incorporates theory, practice and research based components todevelop core skills, knowledge and professionalism. The focus is given to various subjects as perthe guidelines of Higher Education Commission.

Vision

As a national premier health sciences education, research and service provider in publicsector, we are recognized for our strategic partnerships and collaboration initiatives, ourcommitment to diversity, and innovative approaches to health education, research andservices excellence.

Mission

We empower, engage, and educate health professionals and researchers who will lead theirfields to best serve the health and well-being of people in South Punjab and beyond to thedevelopment of regional economy and uplift of the local community by becoming powerhouseof intellectual and human capital generation.

Core Values

  • Integrity: In everything we do
  • Diversity: In thought, perspective, and people
  • Partnership: Through relationships and collaboration
  • Partnership: Through relationships and collaboration
  • Innovation: Committed to embracing and driving change for better outcomes in education, research and services
  • Community: Serving beyond ourselves

Academic Programs Being Offered

Department of Health Sciences is offering admissions in

  • MS Health Care Management
  • BS Clinical Psychology
  • BS Medical Laboratory Technology
  • BS Radiology
  • BS Optometry
  • BS Cosmetology and Dermatological Sciences
  • BS Orthotics & Prosthetics

Eligibility Criteria:

Graduate Programs

At the time of admission, the students must haveMBBS, BDS, Pharm-D, DPT/BSPT, BS Hon. in Allied Health Sciences or equivalent or 16 years education in any discipline recognized by HEC Pakistan.Minimum CGPA 2 out of 4.00 or Minimum 50% marks in annual system.HEC/NTSGAT/GRE International test score of minimum 50% or Departmental test score minimum 60%.

Undergraduate Programs

At least 50% Marks in F.Sc. Pre Medical or Equivalent from any recognized Institution.

MS Health Care Management:

The objective of the programme is to provide a unique opportunity to healthcare professional, thus enabling them to develop and enhance their leadership potential and specific skill-sets which are seen to be a top priority in health care management, particularly in today’s highly charged competitive business environment. Healthcare professionals with requisite business management skill and knowledge are increasingly in demand to meet newly emerging industry standards and the growing needs of the healthcare industry. These healthcare specialists are empowered to create and deliver value in high performing healthcare organizations.Participants embarking on this MS program will go through an integrated learning experience that will broaden their leadership style and strategic management skill-sets, ultimately laying the foundation for strategic innovative thinking that is germane in creating competitive edge for the organizations they engaged.

Career Perspective:
  • Health Care Manager/M.S
  • Insurance Company Executives
  • Pharmaceutical Business Experts
  • Nursing Home/Rehabilitation Center Directors
  • Project Management Executives in Ministry of Health
  • Policy Makers in regulatory bodies/Councils
  • Hospital/Healthcare Service Administrators
  • Epidemiology and Research Officers
  • Health Facility Executives

BS Clinical Psychology:

BS clinical psychology is the first program being offered which will help to fulfill the urgent demand for trained clinical psychologists across the country taking into consideration the growth, development and awareness of clinical psychology during the last few years. The aim of this program is to educate and train healthcare professionals who have the knowledge and expertise to fulfill their roles in healthcare and beyond.Professionals in this field are called as clinical psychologists. Clinical psychologists work for medical organizations. Clinical psychologists provide psychotherapy, psychological testing, and diagnosis of mental illness. Psychologists are generally trained within four primary theoretical orientations, psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral (CBT), and systems or family therapy. The subject offer wide range of career opportunities. Clinical psychologists usually work in hospitals, academic institutions, counseling centers and rehabilitation centers. They can also establish private consultation clinics.

BS Medical Laboratory Technology:

The BS Medical Laboratory Technology program takes an integrated approach to learning across the curriculum. Self-grooming and enhancement is given a lot of importance in the institution. The courses which would be studied during this program will enhance the knowledge and skills to the next level. The study program and courses have been designed as to fulfill the current needs with regards to professionalism, marketability, employability and entrepreneurship. Medical Laboratory technologists are equally a part of healthcare industry and the task of a medical laboratory technologist is quite important as they are also known as clinical laboratory technologist. They are in charge of doing tests which include analyzing blood, body fluids, body tissues, cell counting amongst other tests. These tests are required for preliminary treatment of the patient.

BS Radiology:

A radiographer produces radiography of patients with the help of X-ray to find the exact medical condition of the patient. In addition with X-ray, a radiographer also considers CT scans, ultrasounds and MRI for producing radiography. The need of educated and professional radiology technologists in hospitals, clinics, and physicians’ offices are increasing continuously. The field of radiography will be continued to show higher than average job growth into the future. After completing your degree in this field you will become Radiology Technologists/ Radiographer, Radiology Technicians, Ultrasound Technician/ Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, MRI Technician, CT Tech/ CAT Scan Technologist/ CT Scan Technologist.

BS Optometry:

Optometry is a professional discipline based on the optical and vision sciences. Optometry graduates are considered to be qualified professionals who are able to practice in the public as well as private institutions. Presently quite a few institutions run the BS program of optometry in Pakistan although the demand for optometrists is on the increase not only within the country but also in other parts of the world. The first two semesters offer foundation courses. The students will develop clinical skills through in depth understanding of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the visual system in the conducive classroom teaching as well as working in the clinical skills center during the first 2 years of education. During the next semesters the students will develop the knowledge and achieve the clinical skills required for modern optometrist practice. They will also work under the supervision of team of experts working in Eye Clinic. The students will carry out full eye examinations and will gain specialist skills such as in ocular vision, Contact lens and dispensing. In addition they will examine patients with a range of eye diseases and gain experience in dispensing spectacles. Being a newly introduced program in Optometry and Visionary Science, it has tremendous job opportunities in public and private sector hospitals of the country. The graduates will have opportunity for employment in Pharmaceutical Industry. They can run an independent optometrist clinic that will prove as a novel option and fruitful experience.

BS Cosmetology and Dermatological Sciences:

BS Cosmetology and Dermatological Sciences has a Vision of Skin Care for all ages to achieve excellence in skincare by educating skin care experts having relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes to take care of skin in all age groups though interactive teaching, hands on practice on modern equipment and activates for intellectual development. At the end of this four year program, graduates will be able to perform their role as:

  • Cosmetic scientist: Consultants and team leader in pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry regarding production, quality assurance, marketing and research of skin care products.
  • Cosmetologist: Guide clients regarding skin care and perform non invasive cosmetics procedures independently.
  • Physician associate: Work with Dermatologist as part of a skin care team, in patient management and invasive procedures
  • Academician: pursuit an academic career in allied health sciences undergraduate program

BS Orthotics & Prosthetics

BS Orthotics and Prosthetics is newly developed program being offered by department of Health Sciences, KFUEIT which will help to fulfill the demand for Certified Prosthetics and Orthotics Technologists/Experts not only in south Punjab but across the country taking into consideration the congenital physical disabilities in our population. The aim of this program is to educate and train the students who will have the knowledge and expertise to fulfill their roles as Orthotic and Prosthetic Technologists/Expert in Rehabilitation Industry.BS Prosthetics and orthotics is a specialized, Allied Health Care Field that helps patients to regain mobility after loss of a limb, or function .Prosthetic is the design, manufacturing and fitting of artificial devices to replace the lost limbs (leg, arm, hand, feet) and Orthotics is the design and fitting of Orthopedic braces or supports to correct musculoskeletal abnormalities.Orthotic and Prosthetic Technologist/Experts independently examine patients, take measurements, create designs, build and fit models and devices, and monitor patients. They work closely with Physical Rehabilitation Consultants, Orthopedic/Neuro Surgeons, Physiotherapists and other health care professionals to decide the type of appliance and prescription needed. Graduates Professionals can work in Rehabilitation Centers, Specialty Clinics, Medical Equipment manufacturing companies, Non Profit Organizations and Government agencies.

 
Department of Mathematics

Introduction and Overview

The department of Mathematics is one of the inaugural and pioneer departments in the radius of 200 kilometers in Rahim Yar Khan, which has been established at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology (KFUEIT) in September 2017. The philosophy of department is to educate mathematics in much more interactive and conceptual point of view. Investigations and conceptual learning allow one to see mathematics being created by oneself. Our aim is to provide a new generation of innovative researchers and quality teachers to the nation. We provide mathematics instruction to students in a broad range of undergraduate, graduate academic programs in Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Physics, Chemistry, Business and many other disciplines.

The Master of Science in Mathematics (MSc Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (BS Mathematics) program at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology are specially designed for students who are interested to pursue their career in mathematics in order to fulfill demands in the area of science and mathematics after completing FSc & BSc (Two years Bachelor Degree). The MS Mathematics (Master of Science in Mathematics) program is designed to prepare students keeping in view of the modern trends in industry and academia. The mission of the programs is to provide a rigorous introduction to graduate level mathematics by offering a balanced blend of pure and applied mathematics courses. The programs will enable the students to increase their knowledge in the subject, pursue the doctoral studies in their areas of interest and keep on increasing their carrier opportunities in the relevant industry.

Vision & Mission

The vision of mathematics department is to become a hub of mathematics in the region that revives and nourishes the mathematics culture, and generates high caliber individuals who are pivotal to the development of regional economy.

The mission of the mathematics department is to graduate qualified cadres who are equipped with insight and research skills in the field of mathematics and provide learning opportunities of unmatched breadth and depth by providing an environment where students can learn and become competent users of mathematics and mathematical applications. Moreover, the department will contribute to the development of students as mathematical thinkers, enabling them to become lifelong learners, to continue to grow in their chosen professions, and to function as productive citizens.

Scope and Associated Career

Our graduates will find numerous opportunities of working at research and teaching institutes in Pakistan and abroad. Depending on the concentration that a student select during study, various job opportunities are available after degree completion. Some of most visible ones are top academic and industrial research position, Software Development, Education Sector, Consultants and many more.

Key Facts

Faculty strength of Department of Mathematics is:

Total faculty members16
Assistant Professors12
Lecturers3
Teaching Assistants1

Academic Programs Being Offered

Department of Mathematics is offering admissions in:

  • BS Mathematics
  • MSc Mathematics
  • MS Mathematics

BS Mathematics (Bachelor of Science in Mathematics)

Degree Duration
  • The minimum duration of the BS Mathematics program shall not be less than four academic years (8 semesters).
  • The maximum duration of the BS Mathematics program shall not be more than six academic years (12 semesters).
Admission Criteria
  • Candidate should have at least 50% marks in HSSC (Pre-Engineering Group) or equivalent with Mathematics.
  • 02% quota for DAE candidates having at least 60% marks with Mathematics.
Degree Completion Requirements
  • To earn a BS Mathematics Degree, a student must successfully complete all credit hours as prescribed by the plan of study.
  • At the time of graduation, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) should not be below 2.00.

MSc Mathematics (Master of Science in Mathematics)

Degree Duration
  • The minimum duration of the MSc Mathematics program shall not be less than two academic years (4 semesters).
  • The maximum duration of the MSc Mathematics program shall not be more than three academic years (6 semesters).
Admission Criteria

Candidate should have at least 45% marks in BSc with Math-A Course & Math-B Course, or any other examination of a Foreign University / Institution / Examining Body, equivalent to BSc with Physics and Mathematics (equivalence and percentage of marks will be determined by HEC).

Degree Completion Requirements
  • To earn MSc Mathematics Degree, a student must successfully complete all credit hours as prescribed by the plan of study.
  • At the time of graduation, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) should not be below 2.00.

MS Mathematics (Master of Science in Mathematics)

Degree Duration
  • The program duration and semester details are given in the following table:
Minimum duration of the program2 Years
Maximum duration of the program4 Years
Number of Minimum (Regular Semester)4
Number of Maximum (Regular Semester)8
Number of credit hours required for degree completion36

*The extension may be given up to 04 years with the approval as below:

  • 3th year extension by the Board of Studies (BOS).
  • 4th year extension by the Board of Faculty (BOF).

However, the HOD and the Dean may grant approval in this regard in anticipation to the approval of the BOS and the BOF respectively.

Admission Criteria
  • To be eligible for admission in MS, a candidate shall possess BS (4 years) / MSc (2 Year) degree or its equivalent in relevant subject from a HEC recognized University with a minimum CGPA of 2.5/4.0 in semester system or first division in annual system, in addition to the other.
  • Requirements proposed by the department.
  • NTS GAT General Test/HEC Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score or departmental admission test with a minimum

60% cumulative score is mandatory for admission in MS Program.

Degree Completion Requirements

The degree completion requirements are summarized below:

Category or AreaCredit Hours
Core12
Elective12
Thesis12
Total Credit Hours36
Minimum CGPA for award of Degree2.5 out of 4.00
 
Department of Physics

Introduction and Overview

To become the center of excellence in physics by providing high quality education through rigorous course work, cutting-edge interdisciplinary, multi- disciplinary research and collaboration with industry.

The department seeks to deliver the best scientific methods in teaching the principles of physics theoretically and experimentally, and focuses on to maintain the level of education, scientific research and community service.

Key Features / Facilities

  • The Physics department has an honor of hiring more than 12 PhD qualified faculty members graduated locally and from various foreign universities.
  • Deliver excellent education to nascent scientist and engineers.
  • Providing a lively intellectual atmosphere to its under-graduate and graduate students.
  • Special attention in teaching and training the students to be at the forefront of the next generation of physicists.
  • Department of Physics is equipped with various academic labs:
    • Mechanics Lab
    • Thermodynamics and Electromagnetism Lab
    • Waves and Optics Lab
    • Advance Physics Lab
    • Electronics Lab
    • Modern Physics and Spectroscopy Lab
  • Department of Physics has also established a research Lab to fulfill the needs of undergraduate and graduate research projects
  • Necessary equipment for materials synthesis is already present the lab, e.g.,
    • Muffle Furnace
    • Magnetic Stirrer
    • Oven Universal Memmert Digital PID control
    • Centrifuge Machine
    • Microscope Trinocular Research Antimould Treated Stand with Camera
  • o Moreover, Department is in process of Purchasing state of the art latest equipment to fulfill the need of Material characterization at micro and nano meter scales.
    • X-ray Diffractometer
    • Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Physics (4-years Program)
  • MSc Physics (2-years Program)
  • MS Physics (2-years Program)
  • PhD Physics (3-years Program)

BS Physics

The candidate seeking admission in BS Physics Program, must meet the following eligibility criterion

  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) with Physics or equivalent with 50% marks. equivalent with 50% marks.
  • KFUEIT recognized aptitude test (KFAT / NAT / MCAT / ECAT / KFEAT / HAT) with minimum score of 40%.
  • DAE in relevant fields are eligible.

MSc Physics

The candidate seeking admission in MSc Physics Program, must meet the following eligibility criterion

  • 14 years of education with Mathematics & Physics or equivalent with 45% marks
  • KFUEIT recognized aptitude test (KFAT / NAT / HAT) with minimum score of 40%.

MS Physics

The candidate seeking admission in MS Physics Program, must meet the following eligibility criterion

  • Sixteen years education or equivalent in physics or relevant subject from HEC recognized university with a minimum CGPA of 2.50/4.0 or 3.50/5.0 in semester system or 50% marks in annual system.
  • NTS GAT General Test/HEC / Departmental Admission Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score is mandatory.

PhD Physics

To be eligible for admission in PhD Physics Program, a candidate must meet the following eligibility criterion

  • MS/MPhil degree in Physics or its equivalent in the relevant subject from HEC recognized university with minimum CGPA of 3.00/4.0 in semester system or 60% marks in annual system.
  • NTS GAT Subject Test / HEC Test / International GRE Subject test with a minimum 60% percentiile score or departmental admission test with a minimum 70% cumulative score is mandatory
 
 
Department of Life Sciences

Introduction and Overview

The Department of Life Sciences is the most recent department of our faculty. It is widely recognized that life sciences is one of the top ranked field in the Pakistan’s strategy for the knowledge-based economy, which will assist to the creation of new opportunities for our society and our economy. In the field of life sciences there is, in fact, an ongoing innovation that involves opening up several new disciplines based on plants and animals.

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Botany
  • BS Zoology

BS Botany

Botany, also called plant science(s), is the branch of biology that studies plants scientifically. Plants are essential for sustaining life on earth by providing food, oxygen, shelter, fiber, medicine and fuel. Botanist are using novel techniques to explore physiology, ecology, taxonomy and genetics these days. Therefore, there is urgent need to teach botany/plant science(s) in a variety of perspectives. In view of this, Bachelor of Science in Botany (BS Botany) program was proposed at KFUEIT in 2019. Botanists are required in government/semi-government/private sector: forestry, wildlife, agriculture, horticulture, health, education and NGOS (Local, national, international).

BS Zoology

Zoology as a subject is multidisciplinary in nature, involving study of organisms and their genetic, morphological and physiological attributes, their surrounding environment, and their role in conservation of environment. Zoology is a combination of various disciplines such as Genetics, Physiology, Ecology, Developmental Biology, Microbiology, Parasitology, Entomology, Evolution, Taxonomy, Freshwater Biology, Fisheries and Wildlife etc. This subject has significant role in human resource development, food security, environmental conservation, and sustainable development and ultimately in alleviation of poverty. The study of Zoology is increasingly recognized as vital for understanding and protecting our planet. Bachelor of Science in Zoology (BS Zoology) was one of the programs offered at KFUEIT for quality education and specialization. The degree main focus is to produce graduates to serve in universities, institutes for ecology, environmental agencies, veterinary healthcare, molecular biology, conservation and forest management, public and private sectors, forensic department, environmental institutions and pathological laboratories.

BS Botany Programme (4-Years)

Semester-I
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1ENGL-1118Functional English3Compulsory-I
2PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2Compulsory-II
3MATH-1111Mathematics-I3Compulsory-III
4BIOT-1101Introduction to Biotechnology**3General-I
5ZOOL-1101Principals in Animal Life-I**3General-II
6BTNY-1103Diversity of Plants3Foundation-I
7BTNY-1203Diversity of Plants-Lab1 
Total18
Semester-II
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1ENGL-1119Communication Skills3Compulsory-IV
2ISLS-1112Islamic Studies2Compulsory-V
3CHEM-1162Organic Chemistry*3Compulsory-VI
4FOSC-1101Fundamentals of Forensic Science**3General-III
5ZOOL-1102Principals in Animal Life-II**3General-IV
6BTNY-1102Plant Systematic, Anatomy and Development3Foundation-II
7BTNY-1202Plant Systematic, Anatomy and Development- Lab1 
Total18
Semester-III
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1ENGL-2111Technical Writing and Presentation Skills3Compulsory-VII
2COSC-1105Introduction to ICT2Compulsory-VIII
3COSC-1205Introduction to ICT-Lab1 
4STAT-2104Probability and Statistics3Compulsory-IX
5ECON-2118Applied Economics**3General-V
6BTNY-2105Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution3Foundation-III
7BTNY-2205Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution-Lab1 
Total16
Semester-IV
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1CHEM-2113Analytical Chemistry & Instrumentation**2General-VI
2CHEM-2213Analytical Chemistry & Instrumentation-Lab**1 
3ZOOL-2104Animal Diversity-II (Chordates)**3General-VII
4BTNY-2104Plant Physiology and Ecology3Foundation-IV
5BTNY-2204Plant Physiology and Ecology-Lab1 
6BTNY-2106Biodiversity and Conservation3Foundation-V
7BTNY-2206Biodiversity and Conservation-Lab1 
8ZOOL-2103Animal Diversity-I (Invertebrates)**3General-VIII
Total17
Semester-V
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1BTNY-3107Bacteriology and Virology2Foundation-VI
2BTNY-3207Bacteriology and Virology-Lab1 
3BTNY-3109Phycology and Bryology2Major-I
4BTNY-3209Phycology and Bryology-Lab1 
5BTNY-3111Mycology and Plant Pathology2Major-II
6BTNY-3211Mycology and Plant Pathology-Lab1 
7BTNY-3113Diversity of Vascular Plants2Foundation-VII
8BTNY-3213Diversity of Vascular Plants-Lab1 
9BTNY-2108Plant Systematics2Major-III
10BTNY-2208Plant Systematics-Lab1 
Total15
Semester-VI
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1BTNY-3110Plant Anatomy2Foundation-VIII
2BTNY-3210Plant Anatomy-Lab1 
3BTNY-3112Plant Genetics-I2Major-IV
4BTNY-3212Plant Genetics-I-Lab1 
5BTNY-3114Plant Biochemistry-I2Major-V
6BTNY-3214Plant Biochemistry-I-Lab1 
7BTNY-3116Plant Ecology-I2Foundation-IX
8BTNY-3216Plant Ecology-I-Lab1 
9BTNY-3118Plant Physiology-I2Major-VI
10BTNY-3218Plant Physiology-I-Lab1 
Total15
Semester-VII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1BTNY-4115Research Projects and Scientific Writing3Elective-I
2BIOL-2154Molecular Biology3Major-VII
3BTNY-4117Plant Biochemistry-II2Major-VIII
4BTNY-4217Plant Biochemistry-II-Lab1 
5BTNY-4119Plant Ecology-II2Major-IX
6BTNY-4219Plant Ecology-II-Lab1 
7MSCI-4101Marketing Management3Elective-II
Total15
Semester-VIII
S.No.Course CodesCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse Type
1BTNY-4120Plant Genetics-II2Major-X
2BTNY-4220Plant Genetics-II-Lab1 
3BTNY-4122Plant Physiology-II2Major-XI
4BTNY-4222Plant Physiology-II-Lab1 
5BTNY-4124Environmental Biology3Major-XII
6BTNY-4626Research Review Report3Elective-III
7BIOI-2101Introduction to Bioinformatics2Elective-IV
8BIOI-2101Introduction to Bioinformatics-Lab1 
Total15
* University has the option to recommend any other course in lieu of English IV
** To be chosen from list of General Courses
Program Total Credit Hours129

BS Zoology Programme (4-Years)

Semester-I
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1ENGL-1118Functional English3
2PAKS-1113Pakistan Studies2
3MATH-1111Mathematics-I3
4BIOT-1101Introduction to Biotechnology3
5BTNY-1103Botany-I3
6ZOOL-2103Animal Diversity-I (Invertebrates)3
7ZOOL-2203Animal Diversity-I (Invertebrates)-Lab1
Semester-II
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1ISLS-1112/Islamic Studies/ Ethics2
2ENGL-1119Communication Skills3
3BTNY-1102Botany-II3
4FOSC-1101Fundamentals of Forensic Science3
5CHEM-1162Chemistry-I (Organic Chemistry)3
6ZOOL-2104Animal Diversity-II (Chordates)3
7ZOOL-2204Animal Diversity-II (Chordates)-Lab1
Semester-III
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1BOCH-2105Biosafety and Ethics2
2ECON-2118Applied Economics3
3ENGL-2111Technical Writing and Presentation Skills3
4COSC-1105Introduction to ICT2
5COSC-1205Introduction to ICT-Lab1
6STAT-2104Probability and Statistics3
7ZOOL-2105Animal Form and Function-I3
8ZOOL-2205Animal Form and Function-I-Lab1
Semester-IV
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1BTNY-2104Plant Physiology and Ecology3
2BTNY-2105Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution3
3ZOOL-3101Animal Form & Function-II3
4ZOOL-3201Animal Form & Function-II-Lab1
5BOCH-1102Cell Biology2
6BOCH-1202Cell Biology -Lab1
7CHEM-2113Analytical Chemistry & Instrumentation2
8CHEM-2213Analytical Chemistry & Instrumentation1
Semester-V
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1BOCH-1101Introductory Biochemistry3
2BOCH-1201Introductory Biochemistry-Lab1
3ZOOL-3102Animal Physiology3
4ZOOL-3202Animal Physiology-Lab1
5ZOOL-3103Animal Behaviour3
6ZOOL-3305Evolution2
7ZOOL-4113Economic Zoology2
8ZOOL-4213Economic Zoology-Lab1
Semester-VI
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1ZOOL-3104Biological Techniques1
2ZOOL-3204Biological Techniques-Lab2
3ZOOL-3105Principles of Systematics2
4ZOOL-3205Principles of Systematics Lab1
5ZOOL-3106Developmental Biology3
6ZOOL-3206Developmental Biology-Lab1
7BIOL-2102Genetics3
8BIOL-2202Genetics-Lab1
9ZOOL-4205Research Methodology2
Semester-VII
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1ZOOL-4101Research Projects and Scientific Writing3
2ZOOL-4102Wildlife3
3ZOOL-4103Environmental Biology3
4ZOOL-4203Environmental Biology-Lab1
5ZOOL-XXXElective-I3
6ZOOL-XXXElective-II3
Semester-VIII
Sr.Course codeCourse TitleCredit Hours
1BIOI-2101Introduction to Bioinformatics2
2BIOI -2201Introduction to Bioinformatics-Lab1
3ZOOL-4104Zoogeography & Palaeontology2
4ZOOL-4204Zoogeography & Palaeontology Lab1
5ZOOL-XXXElective-III3
6ZOOL-XXXElective-IV3
7ZOOL-4601Research / Review Report3
Program Total Credit Hours134
 
 
Department of Bioscience and Technology

Introduction and Overview

Coming Soon

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS Bio Chemistry
  • BS Bioinformatics
  • BS Bio Technology
  • BS Forensic Science

Coming Soon

 
Department of Management Sciences

Introduction

Realizing the importance and growing need of business and management related education; Department of Management Sciences was established in March, 2017 at KFUEIT. In order to deliver innovative, relevant and forward-looking education, training, consultancy and research, the Department of Management Sciences is offering various programs including BBA, BS Public Administration, BS Economics, MBA, MS Management Sciences and MS Engineering Management. The programs offered have reputation for excellence in professional education. These programs are rigorous and intensive offering participants the opportunity to think strategically, tackle complex issues regarding marketing, finance, human resource management, public administration, economy, management and engineering management. For wholesome development of its students, Department of Management Sciences strongly believes in intense coordination and interaction between academia and industry through frequent liaison, joint field projects, research activities, workshops, seminars and lectures by experts of various industries located locally as well as at national level. If you want to work as a professional administrator in top organizations or you want to be an entrepreneur, it is the best place to join and move towards excellence.

Vision

We seek to be a leading Management Sciences Department in the region with national prospective and to be recognized for teaching and knowledge creation excellence.

Mission

To develop knowledgeable and socially responsible individuals with intellectual ability to assume leadership roles in the society and organizations.

Scope and Associated Career

Management Sciences is a broad interdisciplinary study of problem solving and decision making in organizations. It uses a combination of analytical models and behavioral sciences to address societies' most complex problems. The world’s leading companies need human capital capable to operate in complex, innovation-intensive, data- driven environments – people who can analyze problems using quantitative tools and qualitative methods, take decisions in the face of uncertainty and risk and deliver results through people. Management Science provides a rigorous, practical foundation in these critical skills. Programs offered by Department of Management Sciences will provide students with an opportunity to develop strong quantitative and analytical skills, an in-depth understanding of how companies work, and a rigorous foundation in the key skills needed to build successful careers in global businesses. Students at DMS learn traditional skills in human resource management, finance, supply chain management and project management while simultaneously being exposed to cutting-edge research, and innovation entrepreneurship.

Career benefits and future growth for potential student:

Management science is a broad degree program that prepares students for a variety of careers. Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or have your sights set on a corner office, a Management science degree gives students the tools they need for a dynamic, successful career. Management science is a well-rounded, challenging program that opens the doors to dozens of career paths. Here are four benefits of pursuing a Management science degree. Management science graduates qualify for entry level careers, including basic management and administrative roles in private, public and nonprofit organizations. Many find employment as management trainees or managers in the sales or retail industry. Others work as project assistants, office managers and technology-oriented support specialists. With a bachelor’s degree in management science, graduates will qualify for an array of leadership positions and other advanced roles in private, public and nonprofit organizations. Graduates will have the option to work across industries as a business analyst, human resources generalist, operations manager or marketing specialist. Some business administration graduates also venture into entrepreneurship, creating their own successful businesses from the ground up.

Labs Facilities / Infrastructure

Current and upcoming facilities and amenities

The department of management sciences strongly believes on the interaction among academia and industry and efforts are made to bring the two closer through frequent liaison, joint field projects, research activities, workshops, seminars and lectures by industry experts. Student internships at leading organizations are facilitated through the placement and career development office at the department besides a similar set-up in the University.

  • Well-furnished classrooms equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including multimedia and overhead projectors.
  • The University has a spacious library, state of the art computer laboratories equipped with advanced Processors, Laser Network Printers and Scanners.
  • Approval of Executive Club in order to provide students a platform where they can learn as well as exercise the managerial skills and excel in life.
  • Formulation of Business Incubation Center that will provide real time teaching as well training tool for young and talented executives. This will also serve the business community to learn the business tools and techniques formally. It will facilitate the coordination between academia and industry and the learners will get countless opportunities to learn from experienced professionals of various industries located at local as well as at national/international level.
  • Regular conduct of lectures of industry related people for various programs at Department of Management Sciences.
  • Arrangement of educational trips to various industries and complete follow up of business and social internships to enhance the learning and development of human capital.
  • Encouragement of students to participate in extra curriculum activities like joining of various clubs and societies.
  • Focus on the closer interaction among academia and industry through frequent liaison, joint field projects, research activities, workshops, seminars and lectures by industry experts
  • Facilitation of the student internships at leading organizations through the Placement and Career Development Office at the department level besides a similar centralized set-up in the University.

Academic Programs Being Offered

Undergraduate Level:
BBA
BS Public Administration
BS Economics
Graduate Level:
MBA 2 Years Program
MBA 2.5 Years Program
MS Management Sciences
MS Engineering Management

Eligibility Criteria for Undergraduate Programs:

BBA (4 Years)

Admission Criteria
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) or equivalent with at least 45% marks.
  • KFUEIT recognized aptitude test (KFAT / NAT / HAT / KFEAT) with minimum score of 40%
  • DAE in any field of study

BS Public Administration

Admission Criteria
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) or equivalent with at least 45% marks.
  • KFUEIT recognized aptitude test (KFAT / NAT / HAT / KFEAT) with minimum score of 40%.
  • DAE in any field of study

BS Economics

Admission Criteria
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) or equivalent with at least 45% marks.
  • KFUEIT recognized aptitude test (KFAT / NAT / HAT / KFEAT) with minimum score of 40%.
  • DAE in any field of study
Merit Calculation formula for various undergraduate programs:
  • Candidate should meet standards of physique and eye sight laid down in the medical Certificate.
  • Merit Score = (0.7 X Percentage HSSC including Hafiz-e-Quran marks) + (0.3 X Percentage Aptitude Test Score).

Eligibility Criteria for Graduate Programs:

MBA 2 Years

Admission Criteria
  • 2.5/4.0 or 3.5/5.0 in semester system or 50% in annual system.
  • NTS GAT General Test/HEC / Departmental Admission Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score is mandatory.
  • Sixteen (16) years of business relevant or equivalent education including the following:
    • BBA
    • BS (Hons)-Management
    • BPA (Hons)
    • B.Com (Hons)
    • BBS
    • M.Com
    • MSc. (Acc. & Finance)
    • MPA
    • MBA 16 Years Program

MBA 2.5 Years

Admission Criteria
  • 2.5/4.0 or 3.5/5.0 in semester system or 50% in annual system.
  • NTS GAT General Test/HEC / Departmental Admission Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score is mandatory.
  • 16 years of education in any discipline.

MS Management Sciences

Admission Criteria
    • 2.5/4.0 or 3.5/5.0 in semester system or 50% in annual system.
    • NTS GAT General Test/HEC / Departmental Admission Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score is mandatory.
    • Sixteen (16) years of business relevant or equivalent education including the following:
      • BBA
      • BS (Hons)-Management
      • BPA (Hons)
      • B.Com (Hons)
      • BBS
      • M.Com
      • MSc. (Acc. & Finance)
      • MPA
      • MBA 16 Years Program

MS Engineering Management

Admission Criteria
  • 2.5/4.0 or 3.5/5.0 in semester system or 50% in annual system.
  • NTS GAT General Test/HEC / Departmental Admission Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score is mandatory.
  • Sixteen (16) years of business relevant or equivalent education including the following:
    • B.Sc. Computer Engineering
    • B.Sc. Building & Architectural Engineering
    • B.Sc. Architectural Engineering
    • B.Sc. Petroleum & Gas Engineering
    • B.Sc. Polymer Engineering
    • B.Sc. Geological Engineering
    • B.Sc. Chemical Engineering
    • B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
    • B.Sc. Mining Engineering
    • B.Sc. Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
    • B.Sc. Civil Engineering
    • B.Sc. Environmental Engineering
    • B.Sc. Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
    • B.Sc. Mechatronics & Control Engineering
    • B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
    • B.Sc. Transportation Engineering
    • B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
    • B.Sc. Textile Engineering
    • B.Sc. Geological Engineering
Merit Calculation formula for Graduate Programs:
  • Candidate should meet standards of physique and eye sight laid down in the medical Certificate.
  • Merit Score = (0.7 X Percentage HSSC including Hafiz-e-Quran marks) + (0.3 X Percentage Aptitude Test Score).
 
Department of Humanities & Social Sciences

Introduction and Overview

The Department of Humanities is a vibrant department with professionally skilled, highly qualified PhD and MPhil and energetically motivated faculty in English (Linguistics & Literature), History & Pakistan studies and Islamic studies. We also offer a variety of need-based courses to provide the most effective and up-to-date skills to the undergraduate and graduate students of other departments of the university including Engineering, Information Technology and Basic Sciences. The Department ensures reinforcement of classroom teaching through modern teaching techniques and state-of-the-art technology available in the university.

The primary goal of the Department is personal, academic and professional grooming of the students inspired by the values of humanism – intended as a guiding principle combined with innovation through cultural, social, political and economic processes. Personal education is entrusted to the effective functioning of structures and services, within a perspective of exemplarity; academic and professional education on the other hand, is based on the effective organization of the courses, and on the competency of the teaching faculty who are continuously engaged in research based activities for their own development. The Department also takes initiatives in organizing research oriented seminars, talks, trainings and workshops for the professional and skill-based development of its faculty as well as students.

Vision & Mission

The humanities provide an insightful understanding into moral, ethical, political, and ideological forces. A successful society depends upon altruism, charity, civility, compassion and generosity and the humanities evaluate and emphasize the importance of these characteristics. The liberal arts introduce aesthetic values to the students. Language, literature, history and religious studies offer a window into the understanding of human nature and society. They introduce us to thoughts and ideas from outside our specialist areas and can have relevance to finding new directions and enhance creative thinking. The study of humanities, both in its pursuit and the perspective it provides, rewards the student with the skills needed for self-critical reflection, adaptability, and self-teaching. These are the functions needed to be an independent learner, thereby extending one’s scientific knowledge and teaching abilities throughout his or her professional career.The old “classical” liberal arts education was pursued in large measure because the materials studied and the methods of study enhanced one’s ability to work well with others and communicated properly via the spoken and written word. These rewards still apply and remain useful in securing good jobs, gaining advancement and promotions, and obtaining grants. A broad knowledge that includes the essentials of the humanities is an important complement to our scientific training. It is a general belief among scientists that science deals with facts and the humanities deal with values.

Academic Programs Being Offered

The Department of Humanities & Social Sciences is going to start the following programs in fall 2018;

*Subject to approval/NOC from HEC/Competent Authority

  • BS Islamic Studies with Computer Technology
  • BS Physical Education
  • BS History
  • BS Heritage Studies (Archeology)
  • BS Pakistan Studies
  • MS English*
  • M.Phil Education
  • BS Islamic Studies with Computer Technology