Goals of the Course are to:

  • Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to become successful leaders in technology and its applications in industry and academia;
  • Adopt an interdisciplinary and integrative approach to addressing and solving engineering challenges in broad societal contexts;
  • Have the intellectual independence to critically evaluate information, and the planning skills to take well-informed and creative courses of action;
  • Develop habits of lifelong and interdisciplinary learning, appropriate for industrial and academic careers.
 
 
Methods of Instructions and Learning Environment.
This shall comprise the following:-
 
  • Classroom lectures, duly supported by audio-visual aids, demonstrations and relevant handouts.
  • Assignments and tutorials requiring use of reference materials and internet facility.
  • Term projects and class presentations.
  • Laboratory experiments, field work and design exercises.
  • Extension lectures and class room discussions by renowned professionals.
  • Enhanced use of modern computing facilities in the institutions.

Assessment

  • Classroom attendance, question-answer session at the end of the lecture, occasional but regular class assignments, class tests, homework assignments, quizzes etc., should be considered for the award of sessional marks.
  • The classroom evaluation is to be on the basis of attendance of the students as well as class participation since it would reflect the keenness of the students in pursuance of his studies.
  • The academic pursuit and achievements of a student in a semester/academic year are to be evaluated by holding tests and examinations.
  • Final year projects shall be evaluated by both external and internal examiners.

Course Contents

  • Course contents of each course are provided as guidelines to meet the requirement of uniformity. However the teacher is at liberty to formulate their respective course plans.
  • Practical / Design Classes / Field Work
  • The laboratory experiments/practical/design classes/field works shall be in conformance with the contents of respective course.
  • Internship (On Job Training) for duration of at least 6 weeks during Summer Semester should be arranged and attended by all the students. The university may help the students in securing such internship training.

Evaluation

The evaluation of the students will be made on the basis of composite percentages and 4.0 grade point average grading system as per the University rules.

Duration of the Degree Program: 

  • Total duration: Four (4) calendar years and Eight (8) semesters.
  • Duration of a semester is 18 weeks including 2 week for examination.
  • The total number of Cr Hr: 133-138
  • Definition of Credit Hour: The term "Credit Hour (Cr Hr)" 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, that is, whether Theory/Lecture or Practical/Laboratory. 
 
  •  Contact Hours as related to credit Hours: 
 
Contact Hours (Theory/Lecture): One (1) Contact hour per week for each credit hour of Theory/Lecture. 
Contact Hours (Practical/Lab): Three (3) contact hours per week for each credit hour of laboratory work.
 

SCHEME OF STUDY BS (EE)

Semester-1

 

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hrs.

NS111

Engineering Mechanics (Physics 1)

3+0

EE112

Workshop Practice

0+1

CS113

Introduction to Computing

3+1

HS114

English-1 ( Functional English)

3+0

NS115

Calculus & Analytical Geometry

3+0

EE116

Linear Circuit Analysis

3+1

 

Total Credits

18

 

Semester-2

 

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hrs.

 EE121

Engineering Drawing

0+1

 NS122

Applied Physics (Physics II)

3+1

 HS123

English II ( Communication Skills)

3+0

 CS124

Programming Fundamentals

3+1

 NS125

Multivariable Calculus and Differential Equations

3+0

 HS126

Islamic Studies/Ethics (for non muslims)

2+0

 

Total Credits

17

 

Semester-3

 

Course Code

Course Name

Cr. Hrs.

EE211

Digital Logic Design

3+1

HS212

English III ( Technical Writing)

3+0

EE213

Electrical Network Analysis

3+1

NS214

Complex Variables and Transforms

3+0

EE215

Electronic Devices and circuits (Electronics I)

3+1

EE211

Total Credits

18

 

Semester-4

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

  NS221

Linear Algebra

3+0

  CS222

Data Structure and Algorithms

3+1

  EE223

Signals and Systems

3+1

  EE224

Electronic Circuit Design (Electronics II)

3+1

  HS225

Studies

2+0

 

Total credits

17

 

Semester-5

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

  EE311

Electromagnetic Field Theory

3+0

  EE312

Applied Thermodynamics (Elective I)

3+0

  EE313

Probability methods in Engineering

3+0

  EE314

Computer Communication and networks

3+1

  EE315

Electrical Machines

3+1

 

Total credits

17

 

Semester-6

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

  EE321

Communication Systems

3+1

  EE322

Linear Control Systems

3+1

  EE323

Mechanical Technology

3+0

  EE4xx

Elective I

3+1

 

Total credits

15

 

Semester-7

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

  EE411

Project-I

0+3

  EE4xx

Elective II

3+0

  EE4xx

Elective III

3+1

  EE412

Microprocessor based Systems

3+1

  MS413

Engineering Economics &Management

3+0

 

Total credits

17

 

Semester-8

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs.

  EE421

Project-II

0+3

  EE4xx

Elective IV

3+1

  EE4xx

Elective V

3+1

  MS422

Research methods and Ethics

3+0

 

Total credits

14


List of Elective Subjects

 

 

 

Code

List of Technical Elective

EE4xx

Power Electronics

EE4xx

Wave Propagation and Antennas

EE4xx

VLSI Design

EE4xx

Information Theory and Coding

EE4xx

Digital Electronics

EE4xx

Instrumentation and Measurements

EE4xx

Digital Signal Processing

EE4xx

Computer Communication Networks

EE4xx

Transmission and Switching Systems

EE4xx

Digital Image Processing

EE4xx

Solid State Devices

EE4xx

Digital Control Systems

EE4xx

Digital Communication

EE4xx

Satellite Engineering

EE4xx

Power Distribution and Utilization

EE4xx

Optical Communication

EE4xx

RF and Microwave Engineering

EE4xx

Navigation and Radar Systems

EE4xx

Antenna Theory and Design

EE4xx

Mobile and Pervasive Computing

EE4xx

Electronics Engineering

EE4xx

Opto-Electronics

EE4xx

VLSI Design

EE4xx

Industrial Electronics

EE4xx

Digital Electronics

EE4xx

Introduction to Nano Technology

EE4xx

Digital Signal Processing

EE4xx

Computer Communication Networks

EE4xx

Mobile and Wireless Communication

EE4xx

Solid State Devices

EE4xx

Digital Control Systems

EE4xx

Digital Communication

 

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