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CURRICULUMOFENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIESElectronics Engineering TechnologyElectrical Engineering TechnologyCivil Engineering TechnologyMechanical Engineering Technology(BSc/BS)(Revised 2016)HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSIONISLAMABAD-PAKISTAN1

CURRICULUM DIVISION, HECProf. Dr. Mukhtar AhmedChairman, HECProf. Dr. Arshad AliExecutive Director, HECMr. Muhammad Raza ChohanDirector General (Acad)Ms. Ghayyur FatimaDirector (Curriculum)Mr. Riaz-ul-HaqueAssistant Director (Curr)2

PREFACEThe curriculum, with varying definitions, is a plan of the teaching-learningprocess that students of an academic programme are required toundergo. It includes objectives and learning outcomes, course contents,scheme of studies, teaching methodologies and methods of assessmentof learning. Knowledge in all academic disciplines is expanding and evennew disciplines are also emerging, it is imperative that curriculum aredeveloped and updated regularly.University Grants Commission (UGC) was designated as the competentauthority to develop, review and revise curricula beyond Class-XII videSection 3, Sub-Section 2 (ii), Act of Parliament No. X of 1976 titled“Supervision of Curricula and Textbooks and Maintenance ofStandard of Education”. With the repeal of UGC Act, the same functionwas assigned to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) under itsOrdinance of 2002, Section 10, Sub-Section 1 (v).In compliance with the provisions, the Curriculum Division of HECundertakes the revision of curricula after every three years, throughrespective National Curriculum Revision Committees (NCRCs) whichconsist of eminent professors, researchers of relevant fields from publicand private sector universities, R&D organizations, councils, industry andcivil society nominated by their organizations.In order to impart education at par with quality international standards,HEC NCRCs have developed unified templates as guidelines for thedevelopment and revision of curricula in the disciplines of BasicSciences, Applied Sciences, Social Sciences, Agriculture andEngineering in 2007 and 2009.It is hoped that this curriculum document, prepared by the respectiveNCRC’s, would serve the purpose of meeting our national, social andeconomic needs, and it would also provide the level of competencyspecified in Pakistan Qualification Framework to make it compatible withinternational educational standards. The curriculum is also placed on thewebsite of HEC (www.hec.gov.pk).(Muhammad Raza Chohan)Director General (Academics)3

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESSSTAGE-ISTAGE-IISTAGE-IIISTAGE-IVCURRI. UNDERCONSIDERATIONCURRI. IN DRAFTSTAGEFINAL STAGEFOLLOW UPAPPRAISAL OF 1STDRAFT BY EXPPREP. OF FINALCURRI.QUESTIONNAIRECOLLECTION OFEXP NOMINATIONUNI, R&D,INDUSTRY &COUNCILSCONS. OF NCRC.COMMENTSFINALIZATION OFDRAFT BY NCRCPRINTING OFCURRI.PREP. OF DRAFTBY NCRCREVIEWIMPLE. OFCURRI.Abbreviations Used:NCRC.National CurriculumRevision ncellor’s ommendationsLearning InnovationORIENTATIONCOURSES BY LI,HECResearch & Development OrganizationHigher Education Commission4BACK TO STAGE-I

CONTENTSS. No.Page No.1. Minutes of the meetings.2. Curriculum for BSc/BS Electronics EngineeringTechnology3. Details of courses4. Curriculum for BSc/BS Electrical EngineeringTechnology5. Details of courses6. Curriculum for BSc /BS Civil EngineeringTechnology7. Curriculum for BSc/BS MechanicalEngineering Technology8. Details of courses9. Annexure-A, B , C, D, E, F & G.10. Suggestions.11. Student Evaluation Criteria (Annexure-I)12. Generalized Semester Rules (Annexure-II)5

MINUTES OF THE MEETINGSThe preliminary meeting of the HEC National Curriculum ReviewCommittee (NCRC) for the subject of BTech was held at HEC Islamabadfrom 08th 10th June, 2015. Following is the list of participants;Dr. Muhammad Kamran,Professor,Department of Electrical & Electronics,University of Engineering & Technology,KSK Campus, Lahore.ConvenerMuhammad Munir AkhtarMS-Electrical EngineeringVice president PTC/HOD NEL LahoreSecretaryProf. Dr. Asif Ali ShahProfessor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Mehran University of Engineering & Technology,Jamshoro.MemberEngr. Badshah MunirChairman & Associate Professor,Department of Electrical EngineeringGovt. College of Technology, Kohat Road, PeshawarMemberEngr. Mohammad UsmanAssociate Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Balochistan University of Engineering & Technology,Khuzdar.MemberEngr. Abdul GhaffarAssistant Professor,Department of Tech,Government College of Technology,TEVTA, Samanabad, Faisalabad.MemberMohammad SadiqAssistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Kohat Road, Peshawar.Member6

Mr. Israr AhmadAssistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Panr, Mingora, Swat.MemberMr. Ikram Ullah KhanAssistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Dera Ismail Khan.MemberMr. Ghulam Rasool MakaVice Principal,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology, SITE, Karachi.MemberMr. Mohammad Yaqoob RazaConvener (B. Tech),Pakistan Council of Technologists,Block No. 10, Flat # 14, Category-IV, I-9-/4,Islamabad.MemberMr. Nadeem WarsiAssistant Professor / HOD,Government College of Technology,SITE, Karachi.MemberDr. Salah UddinAssociate Professor,Department of Civil EngineeringBalochistan University of Engineering & Technology,BUET, Khuzdar.MemberDr. Aneel KumarProfessor & Co- Chairman,Department of Civil Engineering,Mehran University of Engineering & Technology,Jamshoro.MemberMuhammad Zafar IqbalAssociate Professor,Government College of Technology,Mardan Road, Nowshera.Member7

Engr. Shafi DurraniPrincipal,Department of Civil Engineering,Government College of Technology,Rasul, Mandi BahauddinMemberMr. Muhammad IsmailAssistant Professor,Government College of Technology,Peshawar, KPK.MemberDr. Muhammad AshrafAssociate Professor,Department of Civil Engineering,University of Engineering & Technology,Peshawar.MemberMr. Mohammad Khurshid ShinwariVice Chairman,Pakistan Council of Technologists,Block No. 10, Flat # 14, Category-IV, I-9-/4,Islamabad.MemberEngr. Mazhar Abbas NaqviPrincipal,Government Staff Training College,Peoples Colony-1, FaisalabadMemberDr. Faisal AmirDean / Assistant Professor,Department of Electronics & Power Engg,National University of Science & Tech.NUST-PNEC, Habib Rahmat Ullah Road, KarachiMemberMr. Ashraf KhanAssistant Professor,Government College of Technology,Near City Hospital, Kohat Road, Peshawar.MemberMr. Arshad HanifAssistant Professor / HOD,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology, SITE, Karachi.Member8

Dr. Mohammad AmjadAssistant Professor,Department of Electronics Engineering,New Building, University College of Engg & Tech,B/J Campus,Islamia University Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur,MemberMr. Mohammad AbidAssistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Balochistan University of Engineering & Technology,Khuzdar.MemberMr. Khusro Hamid AliAssociate Professor,Department of B. Tech (Electronics),Government College of Technology,SITE, Karachi.MemberEngr. Muhammad Naeem-ul-HaqAssistant Professor,Department of Electronics Engineering,Government College of Tech, Seriab Road, QuettaMemberDr. Gulistan RajaProfessor,Department of Electrical Engineering,University of Engineering & Technology,Taxila.MemberDr. Hassan Ali Khan DurraniProfessor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Mehran University of Engg & Tech, JamshoroMemberMr. Fazal-ur-RehmanAssociate Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Dera Ismail Khan.MemberEngr. Liaquat Ali LehriChairman,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Balochistan University of Engineering & Technology,Khuzdar.Member9

Engr. Muddassir AhmadHead Academics,Karachi Tools, Dies & Module Center,Sector No. 38, NC # 24, Korangi Greek, Karachi.MemberMr. Mashal KhanAssistant Professor/Principal,Government Technical & Vocational College for Boys,BannuMemberEngr. Zubair Ahmad QureshiAssociate Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Abbottabad.MemberEngr. Abbas SoomroAssistant Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology, SITE,Karachi.MemberMr. Amjad MehmoodAssistant Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology, Quetta.MemberEngr. Niqab KhanAsst. Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Kohat Road, Peshawar.MemberDr. Riffat Asim PashaProfessor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,University of Engineering & Technology,Taxila.MemberDr. Khalid MahmoodMech EnggDept of Mech Engg EME College NUSTRawalpindi.Member10

DAY 1On 8th June meeting was started with the recitation of Holy Quran. Allparticipants were welcomed by Madam Ghayyur Fatima Director(Academics). After completion of the introduction. Dr. MuhammadKamran was selected as Convener of NCRC & Mr. Muhammad MunirAkhtar as secretary. Mr. Sadiq AP from GCT Peshawar raised question,whether previous NCRC-2010 had right to give such equivalencewithdrawal recommendation, house unanimously declared that, it wasnot fall under purview of the said committee. Moreover, differentschemes of studies were come into discussion & decided to work out forthe course.Later on Participants were divided into four groups for curriculumdevelopment, details as under;NCRC Sub-committee for B.Tech Electrical1. Prof. Dr. Asif Ali Shah,Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Mehran University of Engineering &Technology, Jamshoro.2. Engr. Badshah MunirChairman & Associate Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering3. Engr. Mohammad Usman,Associate Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Balochistan University of Engineering &Technology, Khuzdar.4. Engr. Abdul Ghaffar,Assistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,TEVTA, Samanabad, Faisalabad.5. Mohammad Sadiq,Assistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Kohat Road, Peshawar.6. Mr. Israr Ahmad,(In Place of Mr. Abid Alam),Assistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Panr, Mingora, Swat.11ConvenerSecretaryMemberMemberMemberMember

7. Mr. Ikram Ullah Khan,Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Dera Ismail Khan.8. Mr. Ghulam Rasool Maka,Vice Principal,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology, SITE,Karachi.MemberMemberNCRC Sub-Committee for B.Tech Civil1. Mr. Mohammad Yaqoob Raza,ConvenerConvener (B. Tech),Pakistan Council of Technologists,Block No. 10, Flat # 14, Category-IV, I-9-/4,Islamabad.2. Mr. Nadeem Warsi,SecretaryAssistant Professor / HoD,Government College of Technology,SITE, Karachi.3. Dr. Salah Uddin,MemberAssociate Professor ,Department of Civil EngineeringBaluchistan UET, Khuzdar.4. Dr. Aneel Kumar,MemberProfessor & Co- Chairman,Department of Civil Engineering,Mehran University of Engineering & Technology,Jamshoro.5. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal,MemberAssociate Professor,Government College of Technology,Mardan Road, Nowshera.6. Engr. Shafiq Durrani,MemberPrincipal,Department of Civil Engineering,Government College of Technology,Rasul, Mandi Bahauddin7. Mr. Muhammad Ismail,MemberAssistant Professor,Government College of Technology,Peshawar, KPK.8. Dr. Muhammad AshrafMemberAssociate Professor,12

Department of Civil Engineering,University of Engineering & Technology,Peshawar.9. Mr. Mohammad Khurshid Shinwari,Vice Chairman,Pakistan Council of Technologists,Block No. 10, Flat # 14, Category-IV, I-9-/4,Islamabad.10. Engr. Mazher Abbas Naqvi,Principal,Government Staff Training College,Peoples Colony-1, FaisalabadMemberMemberNCRC Sub-Committee for B.Tech Electronics1. Dr. Faisal Amir,ConvenerDean / Assistant Professor,Department of Electronics & Power Engg,National University of Science & Tech.NUST-PNEC, Habib Rahmat Ullah Road,Karachi2. Mr. Ashraf Khan,SecretaryAssistant Professor,Government College of Technology,Near City Hospital, Kohat Road, Peshawar.3. Mr. Arshad Hanif,MemberAssistant Professor / HoD,Department of Electrical Engineering,Government College of Technology, SITE,Karachi.4. Dr. Muhammad Amjad,MemberAssistant Professor,Department of Electronics Engineering,New Building, University College of Engg & Tech,B/J Campus, Islamia University Bahawalpur,Bahawalpur,5. Mr. Mohammad Abid,MemberAssistant Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering,Balochistan University of Engg & Tech,Khuzdar.6. Mr. Khusro Hamid Ali,MemberAssociate Professor,Department of B. Tech (Electronics),Government College of Technology,SITE, Karachi.13

7. Mr. Khusro Hamid Khan,MemberAssociate Professor,Department of B. Tech (Electronics),Government College of Technology,SITE, Karachi.8. Mr. Engr. Mohammad Naeem-ul-Haq,MemberAssistant Professor,Department of Electronics Engineering,Government College of Tech, Seriab Road,Quetta9. Dr. Gulistan Raja,MemberProfessor,Department of Electrical Engineering,University of Engineering & Technology Taxila.NCRC Sub-Committee for B. Tech Mechanical1. Dr. Hassan Ali Khan Durrani,Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Mehran University of Engg & Tech, Jamshoro2. Engr. Fazal-ur-Rehman,Associate Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Dera Ismail Khan.3. Engr. Liaquat Ali Lehri,Chairman,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Balochistan University of Engineering &Technology, Khuzdar.4. Engr. Muddassir Ahmad,Head Academics,Karachi Tools, Dies & Module Center,Sector No. 38, NC # 24, Korangi Greek,Karachi.5. Mr. Mashal Khan,Assistant Professor/Principal,Government Technical & Vocational Collegefor Boys, Bannu6. Engr. Zubair Ahmad QureshiAssociate Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of berMemberMember

7. Engr. Abbas Soomro,Assistant Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology, SITE,Karachi.8. Mr. Amjad Mehmood,Assistant Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology, Quetta.9. Engr. Niqab KhanAsst. Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,Government College of Technology,Kohat Road, Peshawar.10. Dr. Riffat Asim Pasha,Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering,University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila.11. Dr. Khalid MahmoodDepart of Mech Engg EME College,NUST Rawalpindi.12. Muhammad Yousif ShackhAsst. Prof Depart of Engg & Tech ay 2On 2nd day (9th June) Mr. Fida Hussain, DG Academics HEC, along withhis staff members joined NCRC meeting & concluded that as per HECpolicy guide line scheme shall be converted from Annual system tosemester system, therefore sub-committees continue their works tofinalize the courses.Day 33rd day B.Tech courses for Civil, Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical onsemester system basis were finalized. Group Conveners have taken theresponsibility to send course out lines and latest books details in onemonth time. Scheme of courses along with recommendation so far arebeing forwarded to HEC for their record. Complete curriculum may befinalized for implementation in upcoming B.Tech curriculum revisionmeeting which will be held later on.Recommendations1- As per direction of HEC, curriculum has been redesigned on thebasis of semester system.15

2-345-6-78910-11-1213-All colleges and Universities running this program should hire highlyqualified preferably PhD faculty in order to enable students to havebroader vision of course with practical knowledge.Institutes are advised to generate head for visiting faculty because ofunavailability of highly qualified faculty.Existing faculty should be given opportunity through FDP (FacultyDevelopment Program) to improve their qualification.It is strongly recommended that provincial TEVTA should support,enhance and strengthen laboratories and workshops in thesecolleges and universities in order to improve hands on skills ofstudents.Institutes are advised to update industrial linkage so that students intheir final semester may carry out their industrial trainingsuccessfully.An independent Liaison office should be established to havecontinuous monitoring of student training in industry.Students after completion of training must be evaluated by theexperts of academics and industry for semester grading.In order to ensure quality of program, affective regulatory body maybe constituted.As Laboratory staff play a vital role for smooth running laboratoriesand workshops, their proper training programs must be conducted onregular basis.Intake of students in B.Tech should be ensured that they might hadcompleted their DAE in English language. HEC may take up withTEVETAS & Technical Board for effective implementation.Majority of Committee members suggested that Intake qualificationfor B.Tech Program should be Diploma of Associate Engineer.A training/workshop may be arranged by HEC for Principal/chairpersons of Department/concerned faculty to understandsemester system rules and regulations as this system is being firsttime implemented for B.Tech.MINUTES OF 2ND MEETING OF NCRC B.TECH CURRICULUMMEETING HELD IN ISLAMABAD MAY 18-20, 2016It is continuation of the meeting dated 8-10 June, 2015A meeting of NCRC was held at HEC Islamabad from 18th 20th May,2016. Some new members joined us as under;1. Mr. Majid Zaman (in replace of Engr. Shafiq Durrani), MemberPrincipal,Department of Civil Engineering,Government College of Technology, Rasul,Mandi Bahauddin16

2. Mr. Aftab IqbalEminent Educationist ResearcherDepartment of Mech. Engg., University of Wah.Member3. Col Hafiz Sibhat-ullah FazilDepartment of Mech. Engg University of Wah.4. Dr. Moshsin TinwanaAsst. Professor,Depart of Mechatronics, NUST, IslamabadMemberMemberDAY 1On 18th May meeting was started with the recitation of Holy Quran. Allparticipants were welcomed by Mr. Muhammad Raza Chohan, DG(Academics) HEC & this meeting was coordinated by Madam GhayyurFatima, Director (curriculum) HEC. After completion of the introduction,Mr. Raza Chohan invited Maj Gen.(R) Akbar Saeed Awan, Chairperson(National Technology Council) for inaugural address to the participants.Chairperson NTC elaborated Council functions & objectives and addedthat courses to be developed in a way that may serve the country andmet the international standard i-e Sydney Accord. Further chairman NTCadvised that one year supervised industrial training to be incorporated indegree program and also that their degree nomenclature shall be theB.Sc Engineering technology to make ensure uniformity of the programsat country level. Therefore, supervised industrial training was inducted in7th & 8th semesters. Sub-committees started their work and finalized thecourse structure.Day 2On 19th May, 2016 courses out lines were developed keeping in view therequirement of country and latest available text books. Furthersemester’s rules and student evaluation criteria for supervised industrialtraining was also circulated among the all sub-committees for commentsand finalization.Day 3On 20th May, 2016 a presentation was given by Dr. Mohsen TiwanaNUST Islamabad on Sydney Accord. After presentation, curriculumfinalization was done. Curriculum and recommendations received fromNCRC and sub-committees are attached herewith.Recommendations:1- In continuation of previous NCRC held in June 2015, curriculum isdesigned on semester system basis.2- As per advice of Chairman NTC and keeping in view the SydneyAccord, last two semesters of all technology programs are comprised17

of supervised industrial trainings to keep psychomotor (Hands on)factor on higher side.3- It is strongly recommended that Universities and Colleges runningtechnology programs should appoint highly qualified prefe

Civil Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology (BSc/BS) (Revised 2016) HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION ISLAMABAD-PAKISTAN . 2 CURRICULUM DIVISION, HEC Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed Chairman, HEC Prof. Dr. Arshad Ali Executive Director, HEC Mr. Muhammad Raza Chohan Director General (Acad) Ms. Ghayyur Fatima Director (Curriculum) Mr. Riaz-ul-Haque Assistant Director (Curr) 3 PREFACE The .

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