About Department:

Electrical engineering has made itself felt in every sphere of life. The modern era features electronic data storage, retrieval, manipulation, and high-speed computing and communications based on high-density integrated circuits. Modern wireless and optical communications would never have been possible without a fundamental understanding of the generation, propagation, and detection of the electromagnetic and optical waves. The rapid technological advancements is pushing the academia to prepare graduates for a career in the pervasive disciplines of electrical and electronics including information handling, aspects of telecommunications.

Program Mission: To bring forward electrical engineers with strong technical knowledge, high ethical values, and good managerial capabilities to address the socio-economic challenges in their career.    

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

BS Electrical Engineering Graduates will demonstrate;

PEO 1.  Professional capabilities to analyze, design and investigate real-world engineering challenges.

PEO 2:  Sustainable solutions for complex engineering problems using the latest engineering tools for socio-economic well-being of society and help to groom their career building.

PEO 3:   Managerial capabilities with a positive attitude through communication skills to work either individual or team member.

 

Course Curriculum

MS Electrical Engineering

The curriculum for the MS degree Programme is based on the following considerations:

 

Duration of the Degree Programme

Total duration:                                    Two (2) academic years

 

System of Study

System:                                               Semester System.

Total number of semesters:                 Four (4)

Duration of a semester:                       Sixteen (16) weeks of instruction

Plus one (1) to two (2) weeks for examinations

Definition of Credit Hour

            The term "Credit Hour (CH)" refers to a unit of academic credit during a semester. Each credit hour is related to a one or more "Contact hours per week" according to subject type.

 

Credit Hours Requirement for Undergraduate Degree

Total number of Credit Hours:                 30

 

 

 

 

 


MSEE (2 Years Program)

The 30 credit hour MSEE program is concerned with efficient contributions to emerging industry standards and development of competitive knowledge of Engineering.

Important motivations like collaboration between circuits and power systems as well as the design of intelligent power networks, where signal processing and communication advancement is applied to efficient energy distribution, are some clear advantages.

The combination of devices, circuits, systems and algorithms, applied to power systems, gives to EE a consistent front of interlaced technologies. The major fields of specialization are Telecommunication, Power Systems, Computer & Electronics Design and Automation & Control systems.

 

Eligibility Criteria:

* Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or related disciplines from an accredited institution with Minimum 50% marks or CGPA of minimum 2.0 (on a scale of 4.0) in BS (Electrical Engineering )

* Graduates from other engineering disciplines or 16-year degree in Computer Science, Electronics, Physics or any related discipline may be eligible for this program, subject to passing the prerequisite courses with minimum GPA 3.0 of 4.0 in each course, as recommended by the departmental graduate committee at admission time.

 

Selection Criteria:

Admission based on any of following entrance examination

1. GRE General

2. NTS (GAT General)

3. MY University Entry Test 

 

Merit Formula:

 

  1. Gat General / MYU Entry Test             40%
  2. CGPA (BS)                                           40%
  3. Interview                                              10%
  4. Post BS Professional Experience         10%

 

MS (EE) Specializations:

MS in Electrical Engineering includes the following specializations or major areas:

  1. Communication Systems and Networks
  2. Control System & Automation
  3. Power Systems
  4. Advance Electronics

 

Degree Requirements:

 

  1. 24 Credit Hours of Course Work
  2. 06 Credit Hours of Research Work
  3. 02 Credit Hours of Research Methodology Course (Non Credit)

 

Course Guidelines:

 

  1. Compulsory Courses
  2. Advance Engineering Mathematics
  3. Research Methodology (Non Credit)

 

 

Communication Systems and Networks

The MS in Communication Systems and Networks aims to provide students with a sound background in techniques and issues of modern communication system particularly the wireless and internet communications. It derives its uniqueness from the research activities of the communication and signal processing research groups of the department of Electrical; providing students with a complete picture of modern communication technology as well as a thorough theoretical and practical knowledge of radio communication techniques, signal processing, network protocols, and the design and optimization of communication networks.

MS research thesis/projects cover a range of applications in areas of:

 

 

 

 

 

Control System & Automation:

The MS in automation and control specialization aims to provide the graduates with sound engineering knowledge and broad professional skills to design, develop, implement, manage and supervise automation systems for different engineering applications. This course covers all the major disciplines in automation and control. It includes a thorough analysis of advanced control systems, industrial automation technologies, systems integration, distributed control systems and field bus protocols. This course provides an ideal platform to begin a career as a design or development engineer in control and automated systems.

 

Advance Electronics:

 

Teaching and research program in Advanced Electronics as part of its Electronic/Electrical Engineering degree is devised in order to develop the desirable human resource in the broader areas of Advanced Electronics & PV Engineering. This MS/PhD degree in Electrical Engineering (stream of specialization in Advanced Electronics) running in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology is fully utilized and optimized to cater the Centre’s academic needs. Details of some of the courses that these experimental facilities are linked with are listed below:

 

Power Systems:

The MS in power system engineering aims to provide students with theoretical and practical skills to become a design and development engineer in the area of electrical power engineering. Throughout the program students shall be exposed to industry standard computer aided software design tool and packages such as Magnet, MATLAB, Simulink, PSpice and ERACS to afford them a more hands on approach that shall leave them more attractive for prospective employers. The course develops a sound knowledge in the key subject areas of:

 

 

 

 

 

MSEE Program Requirements and Structure:

The MS Electrical Engineering program requirement is 30 credit hours. The students have two options to complete their degree, Thesis and Non-Thesis.

 

Semester Roadmap for MSEE (MS By Research)

Semester 1

i.

Stochastic Process (Core-I)

ii.

Core – II

iii.

Elective – I

Semester 2

i.

Core-III

ii.

Core – IV

iii.

Research Methodology

Semester 3

i.

Elective – II

ii.

Thesis I

Semester 4

i.

Elective – III

ii.

Thesis II

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester Roadmap for MSEE (MS By Coursework)

Semester 1

i.

Stochastic Process (Core-I)

ii.

Core – II

iii.

Elective – I

Semester 2

i.

Core-III

ii.

Core – IV

iii.

Elective – II (University Requirement)

Semester 3

i.

Elective – III

ii.

Elective – IV

Semester 4

i.

Elective – V

ii.

Elective – VI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF COURSES

The Core and Elective courses of all three specializations are listed below. It is mandatory to pass all the core courses mentioned in the roadmap and offered for respective domain.

Communication Systems and Networks

 Core Courses

Sr. No.

Course Code

Core Course Title

Credit Hours

1.

EEN-510

Stochastic Processes

3

2.

EET-555

Wireless and Mobile Communications

3

3.

EEN-712

Advanced Digital Communications Systems

3

4.

EET-762

Communication Networks Architecture & Protocols

3

 

 List of Elective Courses

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1.

EET-766

RF System Engineering and Design

3

2.

EET-750

Antennas Theory, Design and Applications

3

3.

EET-447

Radar Systems

3

4.

EET-449

Satellite Communications

3

5.

EET-755

Wireless Communication Techniques

3

6.

EEN-740

Embedded System Design for Telecommunications

3

7.

EET-756

Telecommunication Switching Systems

3

8.

EET-560

Telecommunication Network Management

3

9.

EET-706

Advanced Optical Fiber Networks

3

10.

EET-725

Advanced Routing and Switching

3

11.

EET-726

Advanced Internet Technologies

3

12.

EET-723

Optimization Techniques

3

13.

EET-850

Wireless Sensor Networks

3

14.

EET-713

Advanced Network Design

3

15.

EET-757

Mobile Computing

3

16.

EET-552

Multimedia Networking

3

17.

EET-702

Advanced Network Security

3

18.

CEN-745

Advanced Digital Image Processing

3

19.

ESC-716

Advanced Topics in Wireless &Networking

3

20.

ESC-501

Research Methodology (University Requirement)

3

21.

EET-553

Information Theory and Coding

3

22.

EEN-725

Advanced Digital Signal Processing

3

23.

EET-727

Cognitive Cooperative Networks

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Control System & Automation

Core Courses

Sr. No.

Course Code

Core Course Title

Credit Hours

1.

EEN-510

Stochastic Systems

3

2.

EEN-524

Linear System Theory

3

3.

EEN-726

Modern Control Theory

3

4.

EEN-725

Advanced Digital Signal Processing

3

 

Elective Courses

Sr. No.

Course Code

Elective Course Title

Credit Hours

1.

EEP-712

Sliding Mode Control

3

2.

EEA-713

Robust Multivariable Control system

3

3.

EEN-523

Electronic Instruments

3

4.

CEN-507

Embedded Control System

3

5.

EEN-509

Non-Linear Control Systems

3

6.

EEN-506

Solid State Devices

3

7.

CEN-508

Distributed Control Systems

3

8.

CEN-758

Robotics and Intelligent sensors

3

9.

CSC-749

Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Control Systems

3

10.

EEA-540

Mechatronics

3

11.

CEN-722

Advanced Interfacing Techniques

3

12.

EEA-741

Advanced Topic in Industrial Automation

3

13.

EEA-702

Advanced Topic in Control Systems

3

14.

CEN-745

Advanced Image Processing

3

15.

ESC-501

Research Methodology (University Requirement)

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