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Message by the Dean

Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahman Memon


You are about to embark on your next career growth for powerful knowledge enroute to
tertiary and higher education. Your next move, therefore ought to auger well for
relishable, not booed-off academic pursuit and avoid abject performance. The prospectus
has been prepared for your guidance to facilitate you in arriving at a decision.
On behalf of faculty, staff and students of FEST (Faculty of Engineering Sciences and
Technology), I welcome your interest in Hamdard University. As Dean, it is my
responsibility to run programs that cater to the needs of our society and are strategically
in line with the global technological arena. We at FEST want to utilize our highly
qualified human resource and state-of-the-art laboratories to produce multi-disciplinary
graduates who shall be capable of acquiring a leadership role in rapidly changing and
highly competitive global environment.
We offer leading undergraduate and graduate programs namely Bachelor of Engineering
in Computer Systems Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Telecommunication
Engineering, Energy Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering (Spring 2010) in association
with faculties of Eastern Medicine, Medical & Health Sciences and Pharmacy, Bachelor
of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Technology,
Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications & Networking, Master of Science in
Information Technology, Master of Science in Software Engineering, Master of
Engineering in Telecommunication Engineering, Master of Engineering in Electronic
Engineering, Master of Engineering in Energy Engineering, Master of Engineering in
Control & Automation and Master of Engineering in Signal Processing. Here at FEST,
we believe in academic excellence coupled with innovation through research and
development.
Hamdard University City Campus-2 offers graduate study programs leading to MS, ME
and Ph.D. degrees and all these programs are in conformity with HEC standards.
If you are a potential student, Hamdard University FEST is the right choice for your
career development, as the University provides conducive and congenial academic
atmosphere embedded with pursuit of excellence and quality.
Browsing the prospectus you will find that Hamdard offers myriad and interesting
programs blended with vibrant and exciting campus life.
The university has entered into the bilateral agreement with University of Bradford
England. In this respect students of FEST can seek admission at UoB England under the
pattern (3+1+1), (2+2+1), (4+1), Full Time Ph.D. and extramural Ph.D.
FEST cares for the physical abilities and suitabilities for all their students by inviting the
best students to go for adventurism like Bin Qasim track, Chungaiz Khan track, Lahoote-Lamakan track, China and Mangolia track.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

B.E.
B.E.
B.E.
B.E.
B.E.

(Bio-Medical Engineering)
(Computer Systems Engineering)
(Electronic Engineering)
(Energy Engineering)
(Telecommunication Engineering)

B.S.
B.S.
B.S.
B.S.

(Computer Science)
(Information Technology) Evening
(Multimedia Technology)
(Telecommunications & Networking)

M.E.
M.E.
M.E.
M.E.
M.E.
M.S.
M.S.
M.S.

(Electronic Engineering)
(Telecommunication Engineering
(Energy Engineering)
(Control & Automation)
(Signal Processing)
(Information Technology)
(Software Engineering)
(Telecommunications)

Ph.D. (Various Disciplines)


GENERAL ENQUIRIES

Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahman Memon


Dean, Faculty of Engineering Sciences and Technology
Phone: 92-21-36440163, 36440035-42
Ext: 372
Fax: 92-21-36440130
Email: dean.fest@hamdard.edu.pk
Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin
Director, Hamdard Institute of Information Technology
Phone: 92-21-36440105
Fax: 92-21-36440130
Email: directorhiit@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Choudhry Fahad Azim
Deputy Director,
Phone: 92-21-36440109
Email: fahad.azim@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Abdul Aziz Sangi


Deputy Director GSESIT
Phone: 92-21-34386358, 35386359, 34550189
Fax: 92-21-34386090
Islamabad Campus
Brig (R) Zahid Ahmad Malik
Director, Hamdard Institute of Information Technology
Phone: 92-51-2287312-14
Fax: 92-51-2287319
Email: admissions.islamabad@hamdard.edu.pk
Introduction
Faculty of Engineering Sciences & Technology at Hamdard University is the true center
of excellence in cutting edge technologies and provides the most congenial environment
for research in various fields of engineering and Information Technology.
Hamdard Institute of Information Technology (HIIT)
Main Campus
Hamdard Institute of Information Technology was established in 1997. HIIT a body for
imparting quality education and training is among one of the pioneers to introduce
Information Technology education in Pakistan. It has a vast physical structure spread over
70,000 square feet which is well equipped with state of the art technology laboratories
and spacious lecture halls to fulfill its promising quality education.
Surely, faculty plays a major role to provide high quality education and to build
individuals so that they can compete in the market. HIIT truly realizes this fact and offers
one of the best and inspiring faculties in Engineering and Technology by assuring an
educational experience of highest quality. HIIT is one of the only few privileged
institutions in private sector which offer engineering degrees recognized by Pakistan
Engineering Council.
HIIT has a strong motive to distribute modern and emerging areas of engineering, science
and technology. Thus it offers a variety of graduate and undergraduate programs related
to Information Technology. It highly focuses to prepare its graduates that are capable of
competing with the graduates of any institution at the international level.
Hamdard Institute of Information Technology (HIIT) City Campus
(Graduate School of Engineering Sciences and Information Technology)
HIIT City Campus is especially geared towards graduate studies and is also catering to
the needs of professionals through short courses, certificate and diploma programs.
The city campus currently offers Masters, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programs in
Telecommunication Engineering, Software Engineering, and Information Technology.

Academic Rules & Regulations


1. Merit Criteria
Category
Entry Test & Interview
H.Sc. / D.A.E/A-Level
S.S.C

Weightage (%)
50%
40%
10%

The passed Entry Test scores of NTS/UET/NUST/NED/Mehran University shall be


acceptable as a waiver to admission test & interview at HIIT. The validity of test
acceptance shall not be more than 01 year. Such candidates have to present valid
official evidence that they have successfully passed the entry exam of those
institutions.

2. Grading Policy:
Absolute Grading is used for Undergraduate (BE/BS) as well as Graduate Programs
(MS/ME.M.Phil.) as per the following table:
Numerical Grade

Letter Grade Grade Point

85 to100

A+

4.00

80 to 84

3.70

75 to 79

B+

3.40

70 to 74

3.00

65 to 69

C+

2.50

60 to 64

2.00

55 to 59

D+

1.50

50 to 54

1.00

Below 50

0.00

3. Degree Awarding Criteria:

The degree (at Bachelors level) shall be awarded at a minimum of 2.00 CGPA
(Cumulative Grade Point Average).

The degree (at Masters level) shall be awarded at a minimum CGPA of 2.50.

All other requirements of (completion of total number of credit hours, all courses and
Final Year Project) of respective degree programs must be fulfilled by the student.

4. Semester System
There are two regular semesters offered at FEST for all Undergraduate and Master
programs:
1. Spring Semester (18 weeks duration)
2. Fall Semester (18 weeks duration)
However, the Summer semester (06 weeks duration) is also offered for the student who
wants to cover their deficiency/improve their GPA of previous attempted courses.

5. Semester duration:
Every regular semester (Spring and Fall) shall be of 18-weeks duration. Their shall be
only single(1) mid-term exam which shall be conducted in 9-10 th week of the semester.
The distribution of semester duration shall be as follows:

Regular classes/lectures

: 16 weeks (48 lectures)

Make-up classes

: 02 weeks to be reserved

Final Exams

: 02 weeks reserved

20 weeks

6. Course Load per semester:


The maximum course load per semester shall be six(6) courses (including theory and
practical) or 20 credit hours in regular Spring and Fall semesters shall .
For summer semesters (to cover deficiency of failed courses or improve GPA of already
passed courses) maximum 02 courses may be allowed to the students.

7. Distribution of Marks (in each subject) policy:


a) The Marks distribution in each subject shall be as follows:
a. Theory subjects (100 marks):
Title
Mid-term
Exam
Sessionals
Final Exam
Total

Particulars/description
(1.5-2) hours duration each
Quizzes / Assignments /
Presentation
Three (3) hours duration each

Marks
Distributi
on
10
20
60
100

b. Practical subjects (50 marks):


Title
Lab
Sessionals
Final Exam

Particulars/description
Quizzes / Assignments /
Presentation
Viva voce exam (18 marks)
Project Lab-task (12 marks)

Total

Marks
Distributi
on
20 marks
30 marks
50

b) There should not be any compensatory or in-lieu of sessionals, nor mid-term or


final examination in any circumstances.
c) Theory subjects shall comprise of total 100 marks whereas, each practical subject
shall carry 50 marks and they both shall be calculated separately. These means
that the sum-total shall be 150 marks for theory+practical (3+1) subject.
d) The student must pass theory and practical examinations separately.

8. Promotion and Probation Policy:


1) Promotion
2) Promotion on probation
3) Relegation
1) Promotion
Student who meets the following conditions is considered passed in the semester
and is promoted to the next semester.
(a) Student does not get two(2) F grades in the previous semester.
(b) His/her Semester GPA is not less than 1.50.
2) Promotion on probation
Following are conditions of Registration in Higher Semesters of B.E and B.S
programs:
A student is registering in 5th semester and in subsequent semesters has to ensure
that he/she has cleared all the subjects of previous semester as shown below:
In 5th semester
In 6th semester
In 7th semester
In 8th semester
3) Relegation

Cleared all subjects of 1st semester


Cleared all subjects of 2nd semester
Cleared all subjects of 3rd semester
Cleared all subjects of 4st semester

Relegation means that a student has to re-commence his/her studies from an


appropriate lower semester. A student shall be relegated if he/she
(a) Obtains 3 or more F grades in the current previous semester.
(b) Semester GPA of previous semester is less than 1.50.

9. Minimum Attendance Requirement:


A student shall not be allowed to appear in the final examination of any subject if he/she
fails to maintain at least 75% attendance in that subject.

10. Examination Admit Card Policy:


The Examination Admit cards, bearing the recent photograph and other particulars of the
students, are issued to enable them appearing in the Mid-term and final examinations.
Admit Card shall be issued on the following conditions:
(a) All due should be cleared.
(b) The defaulters up to an extent of Rs. 10,000/- may be allowed, subject to the
permission of the head of institute or the person designated for said purpose.

11. Course Registration and Drop Policies:


(a) The course registration is expected to be carried out before commencement of
classes of each semester. Only those courses shall be allowed to register whose
pre-requisite courses have been cleared.
(b) A student can drop/add any course, if due to any reason, within two(2) weeks after
commencement of classes. No more than two(2) courses can be dropped/add in
one semester.
(c) No fee shall be charged for the dropped courses. If any student has already paid
the fee, then his fee for the dropped course(s) shall be transferred to the next
semester.

12. Course Withdrawal Policy:


(a) A student can apply for the withdrawal (with the approval of the Director of the
institute upon recommendation of concerned Head of Department (HoD)) of any
course before two weeks of the final examination. This provision is kept for the
benefit of a good student, when he/she realizes that he/she is not going well in the

particular subject and taking its final examination, may badly affect his/her
current SGPA and CGPA.
(b) Full fee shall be charged for any withdrawn course(s). There shall be no full or
partial refund of fee allowed under any circumstances.
(c) Grade W will be mentioned in the transcript for any withdrawn courses and it
will not be counted in the calculation of the CGPA/SGPA.
(d) Not more than two(2) courses can be withdrawn in one semester. The same course
cannot be withdrawn twice.

13. Incomplete (of the subjects) Policy:


a) A student can be allowed Incomplete grade in any subject to allow him/her not
to appear in the final examination by head of the institute with the consent of
respective teacher after being satisfied that the concerned student has a genuine
reason, beyond any doubt, that disables him/her to appear in the final
examination.
b) A student may only be allowed Incomplete if he/she has passed mid-term
exams.
c) The student with incomplete grade has to take that course in later semesters, or
he/she shall be required in the final examination only with the consent of
respective teacher and head of the concerned department.
d) Grade I shall be assigned for any Incomplete subject. No fee shall be charged
to the student for re-registering the same course(s) in the subsequent semester.

14. Semester Drop / Temporary Suspension:


Temporary suspension is allowed to students facing acute domestic problems / valid
reasons subject to the approval of head of institute on the positive recommendations of
concerned HoD.
During suspension period, the student shall be required to pay semester charges as
Retention Fee for each suspended semesters to continue his/her registration with FEST.

15. Migration of students from other university/institution:


The migration policy shall be as follows:

a) The other institution from where a student wants to transfer to FEST must be an
accredited PEC institute (for BE programs) and HEC recognize
institute/university in case of migration into BS program.
b) Transfer of Credit hours:
o Undergraduate Programs: Only course secured with A, B or C grades
can be transferable. This reflects on a Numerical Grade as minimum
60%.
o Graduate/Master Programs: A and B grades course may be transferable.
This reflects on a Numerical Grade as minimum 70%.
c) The courses completed by the student at other institution will be compared with
similar courses being offered at HIIT by Incharge Registration on the
recommendation of HIIT Equivalence Committee. Any deficiency shall have to be
removed by the student.
d) Not more than 50% of the courses can be transferable. The student has to fulfill
all admission requirements and pay the following fee as per university:
1. Prospectus / Application Package Fee
2. Migration, Admission and Semester Fee
3. other Registration & Enrollment requirements
e) In case student has not completed 50% of the coursework curriculum at other
institution has to appear in Entry Test and personal interview at HIIT. A special
examination in lieu of may also be conducted if the date of entrance exam is far
away. If he/she has completed 50% coursework at other university, then entry
exam shall be exempted.

Faculty at FEST (Main Campus)


Prof. Dr. Engr. Nasim A. Khan
Professor, Vice Chancellor Hamdard University
Patron Energy Engineering Program
Ph.D. Colorado State University, USA
M.S. Mechanical, University of Pittsburgh, USA
M.S. Energy Resources, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Prof. Dr. Engr. Abdul Rehman Memon
Professor, Dean FEST
Ph.D. Electronics, City University, London, UK
M.Sc. Circuits and System Engineering,, Bath University, London, UK
M.Sc. Electronics, University of Sindh, Pakistan
Email: abdul.memon@hamdard.edu.pk
Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin
Professor, Director, HIIT
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Northeastern University, USA
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Boston University, USA
B.E. Electronic Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: directorhiit@hamdard.edu.pk
Prof. Dr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan
Professor
Ph.D. Physics, Kent State University, USA
M.A. Kent State University USA
M.S. Emporia State University, USA
M.Phil. University of Karachi, Pakistan
M.Sc. University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: iqbal.khan@hamdard.edu.pk
Prof Dr. M. Rafi Shaikh
Professor
Ph.D. Micro Biology, University of Glassgow,UK
M.Sc. Micro Biology, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: rafi.shaikh@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Engr. Ghulam Qadir Memon*
Associate Professor
Ph.D. Computer Engineering, Pitts. University, USA
M.S. Const. Management, Pitts. University, USA
Email: ghulam.qadir@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Tarique Haider


Associate Professor
M.S. Control Systems, University of Illinois, USA
B.E. Electrical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: tarique.haider@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Abdul Aziz Sangi
Associate Professor, Deputy Director GSESIT
M.S. University of Illinois, USA
B.E. Electrical Engineering, Mehran University, Pakistan
Email: sangi.abdul@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Taffazzul Mehdi Rizvi
Associate Professor
M.Sc. Engineering, Boston University, USA
B.Sc. Engineering, UET Lahore, Pakistan
Email: tafazzulrizwan@hotmail.com
Dr. Choudhry Fahad Azim
Associate Professor, Deputy Director HIIT (Main Campus)
Head, Telecommunication Engineering
Ph.D. Telecom Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Wireless Communication, NTU, Singapore
B.E. Electrical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: fahad.azim@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Sayed Hyder Abbas Musavi
Associate Professor
PhD. Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Electronic Engineering, MUET, Pakistan
Email: sayed.abbas@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Rashid Hussain
Associate Professor
PhD.** Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Texas, USA
M.S. Computer Science, University of Houston, USA
B.E. Electrical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: rashid.hussain@hamdard.edu.pk

Dr. Syed Faiz Ahmed


Associate Professor
Head, Electronic Engineering
Ph.D. Electronics, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Computer Control & Automation, NTU, Singapore
B.E. Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: faiz.ahmed@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Nadeem Saleem
Assistant Professor
Head, Bio-Medical Engineering
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of UTAH, USA
B.E. Mechanical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: nadeem.saleem@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Azhar Dilshad
Assistant Professor
Head, Computer Systems Engineering
Ph.D. ** Computer Systems Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Computer Integrated Manufacturing, NTU, Singapore
M.S. Computer Control & Automation, NTU, Singapore
B.E. Computer Systems, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: azhar.dilshad@hamdard.edu.pk
Mr. Shams ul Arfeen
Assistant Professor
Head, Computer Science
Ph.D.** Computer Science, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Computer Network, PAF, KIET, Pakistan
M.Sc. Computer Science, Sind University, Pakistan
Email: shams.arfeen@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Sheeraz Arif
Assistant Professor
Head, Telecommunications & Networking
PhD.** Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Telecom Engineering, London South Bank, U.K
B.E. Computer Engineering, Sir Syed University of Eng. and Technology, Pakistan
Email: sheeraz.arif@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Akmal Hassan Khan


Assistant Professor
Head, Energy Engineering
Ph.D.** Energy Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, London South Bank, U.K
B.E. Mechanical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: akmal.khan@hamdard.edu.pk
Mr. M. M. Kamil Siddiqi
Assistant Professor
Ph.D.** University of Karachi, Pakistan
M.A. International Relations, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: kamil.siddiqi@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Zubair Farooqui
Assistant Professor
PhD.** Telecommunication Engineering, AIT, Thailand
M.S. Telecom Engineering, AIT, Thailand
B.E. Computer Engineering, Sir Syed University of Eng. and Technology, Pakistan
Email: zubair.farooqui@hamdard.edu.pk
Mr. Mohammed Shahab Siddiqui
Assistant Professor
Ph.D.** Computer Science, Hamdard University, Pakistan
MCS, FASTICS, Pakistan
Mr. Adnan Ahmed Siddiqui
Assistant Professor
Ph.D.** Information Technology, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Mobile Comm & Information Systems, UIT, Hamdard University, Pakistan
MCS Computer Science, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: adnan.siddiqui@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Saif Uddin Hirani
Assistant Professor
M.E.** Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Electronic Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: saif.hirani@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Junaid Ahmed Hashmani
Assistant Professor
M.E.** Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: junaid.hashmani@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Saleem Ul Haq


Assistant Professor
M.E. Electrical Engineering , UET, Pakistan
M.Sc. Environmental Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
B.E. Electrical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: Saleem.haq@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. M. Ahmed Sikandar
Assistant Professor
PhD.** Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Telecom Engineering, BTH, Sweden
B.S. Electronic Engineering, Sir Syed University of Eng. and Technology, Pakistan
Email: m.sikandar@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Syed Nadeem Mian
Assistant Professor
M.E. Mechanical Engineering, University of Trondheim, Norway
B.E. Mechanical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: Nadeem.mian@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Syed Wasif Ali Shah
Assistant Professor
MS Telecommunications & Software Engineering, IIT, Chicago, USA
BS Electronic Engineering, SSUET, Pakistan
Email: wasif.shah@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Muhammad Suleman Askari
Assistant Professor
Ph.D.** Energy Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Telecom Engineering, SSUET, Pakistan
B.E. Electrical Engineering, Pakistan Navy Eng. College, (University of Karachi)
Engr. Hafsa Usmani*
Assistant Professor
M.S. Information Technology, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Computer Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: hafsa.usmani@hamdard.edu.pk
Mr. Salman Shah
Lecturer
M.S.** Information Technology, Hamdard University, Pakistan
BCS Computer Science, FAST, Pakistan
Email: salman.shah@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Dur-e-Jabeen
Lecturer
PhD.** Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
M.S. Telecom Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
B.E. Electronic Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: dure.jabeen@hamdard.edu.pk
Ms. Sadia Ali
Lecturer
M.Sc. Mathematics, University of Karachi Pakistan
Email: sadia.ali@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Aamna Khalid
Lecturer
M.E.** Electrical Power Systems, NED University, Pakistan
B.E. Electrical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: aamna.khalid@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Zaheen Fatima
Lecturer
M.S. Computer Systems, NED University, Pakistan
B.E. Computer Engineering, Sir Syed University of Eng. and Technology, Pakistan
Email: zaheen.fatima@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Razeen Shams
Lecturer
MBBS, Baqai Medical University, Pakistan
Email: razeen.shams@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Muhammad Rizwan Tanweer
Lecturer
M.S. Computer Control & Automation, NTU, Singapore
B.E. Computer Systems Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: rizwan.tanweer@hamdard.edu.pk
Ms. Arshia Aijaz
Lecturer
M. Phil.** Physics, Federal Urdu University, Pakistan
MSc. Physics, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: arshia.ajaz@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Tayyab Ali Sheikh
Lecturer
M.E. Computer Architecture & System Design, NED University, Pakistan
B.E. Computer & Information Systems Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: tayyab.sheikh@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Faizan Ahmed


Lecturer
M.E.** Control & Automation, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: faizan.ahmed@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Muhammad Furqan Saleem
Lecturer
M.E.** Control & Automation, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: furqan.saleem@hamdard.edu.pk
Ms. Farheen Majid*
Lecturer
MSc. Physics, University of Karachi, Pakistan
MCS Computer Systems, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: farheen.majid@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Abdul Basit Siyal
Lab Engineer
M.E.** Telemedicine & E-Health, MUET, Jamshoro, Pakistan
B.E. Bio-Medical Engineering, MUET, Jamshoro, Pakistan
Engr. Abdul Haseeb
Lab Engineer
B.E. Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: abdul.haseeb@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Farhan Tanvir
Lab Engineer
B.E. Telecommunication Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: farhan.tanwir@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Saif ur Rehman*
Lab Engineer
B.E. Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: saif.rehman@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Nusrah Kanwal
Lab Engineer
B.E Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: nusrah.kanwal@hamdard.edu.pk

Engr. Syed Muhammad Baber Ali*


Lab Engineer
M.E.** Micro Electronics, NED University, Pakistan
B.E Electronic Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: babar.ali@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Adnan Hafeez Jafri
Lab Engineer
B.E. Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Email: adnan.jafri@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Sana Sohail
Lab Engineer
B.E. Bio-Medical Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: sana_sohail22@hotmail.com
Engr. Arsalan Khan
Lab Engineer
B.E. Electronic Engineering, DCET, Pakistan
Email: arsalan_dcet@yahoo.com
Visiting / Adjunct Faculty
Dr .Muhammad Furqan
Professor
Ph.D.** Physiology, NUST, Pakistan
M.Phil. Physiology, Jinnah. Post Graduate Medical College, Pakistan
M.B.B.S. Medicine & Surgery, Sindh Medical College, Pakistan
Hk. Syma Ghayas
Lecturer
M. Phil.** Eastern Medicine, Hamdard University, Pakistan
BEMS, Eastern Medicine, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Hk. Muhammad Akram
Lecturer
PhD.** Eastern Medicine, Hamdard University, Pakistan
BEMS, Eastern Medicine, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Adnan Hafeez Jafri
Lecturer
M.E.** Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
B.E. Telecommunication Engineering, Hamdard University, Pakistan
Ms. Rabia Haider
Lecturer
M.Sc. Environmental Studies, University of Karachi, Pakistan
B.E. Civil Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
* on leave
** in progress

B.E. (Bio-Medical Engineering)


FEST offers a multidisciplinary four years B.E.(Bio-Medical Engineering) program.
Hamdard University is in a comfortable position to launch this program due to provision
of other faculties of Medical & Health Sciences, Eastern Medicine and Pharmacy. The
focal point of this program is providing design and development of the gadgets which are
planted inside the human body by means of surgical procedure. This is a cutting edge
technology Hamdard University has taken such initiative to project in future.
Duration of the program
Number of semesters
Number of courses per
Semester
Total credit hours
Total number of courses

Program Summary
4 Years
9
5 or 6
150
43 + Final Year Project

Recommended Plan of Studies for B.E Bio-Medical Engineering

SEMESTER ZERO / FOUNDATION SEMESTER


Course Title

Code
GS - 001/002
GS-003/004

CSE 001
GS 005
HS 001
Total credits

Basic Math I/Biology I


Basic Math II/Biology II
Computer Programming
Applied Physics
Functional English

SEMESTER-1
Course Title
GS-112
Calculus
ME-111 Human Anatomy
HS-111
Communication Skills
ME-112 Biophysics
EE-111
Basic Electrical Engineering
ME-113 Physiology-I
Total credits

SEMESTER-3
Course Title
EE-211
Basic Electronics
HS-211
Pakistan and Islamic Studies
ME-213 Biomedical Materials-I
EG-212
Thermodynamics for BME
CSE-211 Logic Design & Switching Theory
GS-211
Numerical Methods
Total credits

SEMESTER-5
Course Title
EE-311
Control Engineering
CSE-311 Modeling & Simulation
HS-311
Technical Report Writing
EE-312
Power Electronics
TE-322
Digital Image Processing
Total credits

SEMESTER-7
Course Title
ME-411
ME-412
ME-413A

ME-414
Total credits

Neuroscience and Network Engg.


Bio-medical Imaging-II
Bio Medical Engg. Project Part-I
Rehabilitation Engineering.

Cr. Hr.
3+0/2+1
3+0/2+1
3+1
3+1
2+0
14+2/12+4

SEMESTER-2
Course Title

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
2+0
3+1
3+1
2+1
16+4

GS-121

GS-221
CSE-221
ME-221
TE-222
EE-222

Cr. Hr.
2+1
3+1
0+3
1+1
6+6

3+1
2+1
3+1
3+1
15+4

SEMESTER-4
Course Title

Cr. Hr.

Bio-Statistics
Microprocessor & Interfacing
Bio-Medical Instrumentations
Signals & Systems
Amplifiers & Oscillators

3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+0

Total credits

15+3

SEMESTER-6
Course Title

Cr. Hr.
3+1
2+1
2+0
3+1
3+1
13+4

4+0

ME-121
Bio-Chemistry
ME-123
Physiology-II
EE-122
Circuit Analysis
EG-123
Bio Fluid Mechanics
Total credits

Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+0
2+1
2+0
3+1
3+0
16+3

Cr. Hr.

Linear Algebra & Differential


Equations

ME-321
ME-322
ME-323
ME-324

Cr. Hr.

Bio Sensors
Bio-medical Imaging-I
Bio Medical Equipments
Bio Mechanics

2+1
3+1
3+1
3+1

Total credits

11+4

SEMESTER-8
Course Title

Cr. Hr.

ME-421
Engineering Economics and Mngmt.
ME-422
Bio- Medical Materials-II
ME-423B Bio Medical Engg. Project Part-II
HS-421
Professional Ethics & Social Values
Total credits

Note: Students registered for BE(Bio-Medical Engineering) program shall undergo


one additional Zero semester as a foundation semester designed for Pre-Medical and
Pre-Engineering students.

2+0
3+0
0+3
3+0
8+3

B.E. (Computer Systems Engineering)


FEST offers four year B.E. (Computer Systems Engineering) program that focuses on the
design and development of computer systems and computer- integrated systems, with due
consideration to such engineering factors as function, performance and cost. The program
strives to interweave and span the topics from formal specifications to heuristic algorithm
development; from systems architecture to computer design; from interface electronics to
software development, especially real-time applications; and from computer networking
to VLSI implementation.
Program Summary
Duration of the program
4 Years
Number of semesters
8
Number of courses per semester
5 or 6
Total credit hours
142
Total number of courses
39 + Final Year Project
Recommended Plan of Studies for
B.E. (Computer Systems Engineering)
SEMESTER-1
Course Title
GS-112
CSE-111
EE-111
GS-111
HS-111

Course ID
GS-212
CSE-211
CSE-212
EE-211
EE-212
Total credits
Course ID
GS-311
CSE-311
EE-311
TE-311
TE-312

Calculus
Introduction to Computing
Basic Electrical Engineering
Applied Physics
English Composition &
Comprehension

3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1

Total credits
SEMESTER-3
Course title
Discrete Mathematics
Logic Design & Switching Theory
Object Oriented Programming
Circuit Analysis
Electronics-II

17

SEMESTER-5
Course title
Numerical Methods
Microprocessors & Interfacing
Control Engineering
Communication Systems
Data Communication & Computer
Networks

Total credits
Course ID

SEMESTER-2
Cr.
Hr.

2+0

Cr. Hr
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
19
Cr. Hr
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
19

SEMESTER-7
Course title

Cr. Hr

Course Title
Linear Algebra & Differential
GS-121
Equations
CSE-121
Computer Programming
CSE-122
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
EE-121
Electronics-I
Islamic studies / Ethical Behavior &
HS-121
Pakistan Studies
HS-122
Communication Skills
Total credits
SEMESTER-4
Course ID
Course title
GS-221
Probability & Random Variables
CSE-221
Data Structures
CSE-222
Operating Systems
EE-221
Digital Electronics
TE-222
Signals & Systems
Total credits
SEMESTER-6
Course ID
Course title
CSE-321
Internet Programming
CSE-322
Software Engineering
CSE-323
Database Management Systems
EE-321
Instrumentation & Measurements
Engineering Economics &
HS-321
Management
Total credits
SEMESTER-8
Course ID
Course title

Cr. Hr.
4+0
3+1
0+2
3+1
3+0
2+0
19
Cr. Hr
3+0
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
18
Cr. Hr
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+0
19
Cr. Hr

CSE-411A
CSE-412

HS-411

Computer Systems Engineering


Project Part-I
Computer Architecture and
Organization
Elective-I
Elective-II
Technical Report Writing

Total credits

0+3

CSE-411B

3+0
3+1
3+0
2+0

CSE-421

TE-322

15

Course ID
CSE-413
CSE-414
CSE-415
CSE-416

ELECTIVE-I & II
Course title
Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Modeling and Simulation
Embedded Systems
Fault Diagnosis and Tolerant Systems

CSE-417
EE-417

Theory of Automata
Biomedical Instrumentation

Cr. Hr
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+0
3+0
3+0

Course ID
CSE-422
CSE-423
CSE-424
CSE-425
CSE-426
EE-423

Computer Systems Engineering


Project Part-II
Parallel & Distributed Computing
Systems
Elective-III
Elective-IV
Digital Signal Processing
Total credits
ELECTIVE-III & IV
Course title
Image Processing & Computer Vision
Management Information Systems
Computer Security & Cryptography
ASIC Design
Compiler Design
Introduction to Neural Networks

0+3
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+1
16
Cr. Hr
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

B.E. (Electronic Engineering)


The Electronic Engineering Program prepares students for employment in electronic
industry by emphasizing analysis, applied design, hands-on-experience and
communication skills. Graduates can apply their knowledge of electronic engineering in
a variety of industries, such as aerospace, computers, communications, biomedical,
power etc. Students are offered a wide range of training in basic electronics, electronic
instrumentation, testing and measurement, controls, microprocessors, biomedical
electronics, VLSI and communication systems.
Program Summary
Duration of the program
4 Years
Number of semesters
8
Number of courses per
5 or 6
Semester
Total credit hours
143
Total number of courses
39 + Final Year Project
Recommended Plan of Studies for
B.E. (Electronic Engineering)
SEMESTER-1
GS-112
CSE-111
EE-111
GS-111
HS-111

SEMESTER-2

Course Title
Calculus
Introduction to Computing
Basic Electrical Engineering
Applied Physics
English Composition & Comprehension

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
2+0

Total credits
SEMESTER-3

17

GS-121
CSE-121
CSE-122
EE-121
HS-122
HS-121

GS-211
CSE-211
CSE-212
EE-211
EE-212

Course Title
Vector Analysis
Logic Design & Switching Theory
Object Oriented Programming
Circuit Analysis
Electronics-II
Total credits
SEMESTER-5

GS-311
EE-311
TE-312
CSE-311
TE-311

Course Title
Numerical Methods
Control Engineering
Data Communication & Computer Networks
Microprocessors & Interfacing
Communications Systems
Total credits
SEMESTER-7

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1

GS-221
TE-221
EE-221
TE-222
EE-222

19
Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
19

Course Title
Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Computer Programming
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
Electronics-I
Communication Skills
Islamic studies / Ethical Behavior &
Pakistan Studies
Total credits
SEMESTER-4

Cr. Hr.
4+0
3+1
0+2
3+1
2+0

Course Title
Probability & Statistics
Electromagnetic Field Theory
Digital Electronics
Signals & Systems
Amplifiers & Oscillators

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1

Total credits
SEMESTER-6
EE-321
TE-322
EE-322
EE-323
HS-321

Course Title
Instrumentation & Measurements
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Control Systems
Electrical Machines
Engineering Economics & Management
Total credits
SEMESTER-8

3+0
19

18
Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+0
3+1
3+0
18

EE-412

Course Title
Power Electronics

HS-411
EE-411

Elective-I
Elective-II
Technical Report Writing
Final Year Project Part-I
Total credits
Electives I&II

CSE-415
EE-415
EE-413
CSE-413
EE-416
TE-323

Course Title
Embedded Systems
Computer Architecture & Organization
Biomedical Instrumentation
Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Advanced Microprocessor based Systems
Fiber Optic Communications & Devices

Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+0
2+0
0+3

EE-421
EE-422

EE-411

16
Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+0
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+0

CSE-424
EE-426
EE-423
EE-424
EE-425
TE-422

Course Title
Industrial Electronics
VLSI Design
Elective-III
Elective-IV
Final Year Project Part-II

Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+0
3+0
0+3

Total credits
Electives III & IV

17

Course Title
Image Processing & Computer Vision
Fuzzy Logic & Simulation
Introduction to Neural Networks
Digital Filters
Modern Electrical Drives
Wireless & Mobile Communications

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

B.E. (Energy Engineering)


The emergence of Hamdard University on the educational scene of Pakistan is relatively
recent phenomenon but the progress it has made so far is phenomenal. The university
however, does not rest on its achievements and looking ahead for future expansion to be
at par with renowned universities. The location of this institution is 28 km from the
commercial centre on the main highway leading to Bund Murad Khan in the vicinity of
Sindh - Balochistan border.
The universitys location is ideal for Wind energy, Solar energy and Biomass energy.
Solar energy and Wind energy laboratories are available for experiments. FEST has a
unique facility of indigenous development of laboratories equipment. The students are
provided impetus to work in such laboratories
.
Renewable energy is generated from natural resources such as sunshine, wind, rain, tides
and geothermal heat which are renewable (naturally replenished). Thus renewable energy
technology ranges from solar power, wind power, hydropower for electricity and biomass
and bio fuels for transportation. Renewable energy is called the clean energy or green
energy because it doesnt pollute air or the water.
The electricity we use every day doesnt come directly from the earth, but we make
electricity using the earth resources, like coal or natural gas. Both coal and natural gas are
called fossil fuels because they were formed deep under the earth during the dinosaur
times. The problem is that fossil fuels cant be replaced once we use them, they are gone
forever.
According to recent data, a large percentage of energy is derived globally from renewable
sources. Only wind energy contributes more than 100 GW in developed countries. These
data reveal the domestic as well as world market for skilled engineers is on high demand.
The energy engineering program prepares the students for fill the gap of professionals in
this area.

Program Summary
Duration of the program
4 Years
Number of semesters
8
Number of courses per semester
5 or 6
Total credit hours
135
Total number of courses
39 + Final Year Project
Recommended Plan of Studies for
B.E. (Energy Engineering)
SEMESTER-1
Course Title
GS-111
GS-112
CSE-111
EE-111
HSE-111

Calculus
Applied Physics
Introduction to Computing
Basic Electrical Engineering
English Comprehension & Composition
Total credits
SEMESTER-3

EE-211
EG-211
EG-212
EG-213
EG-214

Course Title
Basic Electronics
Thermodynamics
Basic Fluid Mechanics
Workshop
Engineering Materials & Properties
Total credits
SEMESTER-5

GS-311
EG-311
EG-312
GS-312
EG-313
EG-314

Course Title
Probability & Statistics
Power Plant Engineering
Solar Energy
Numerical Methods
Hydro-Power
Health & Safety Aspects
Total credits
SEMESTER-7

EG-411

Course Title
Energy Conservation & Efficiency
Enhancement

SEMESTER-2
Cr.
Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
2+0

GS-121
EG-121
EG-122
EG-123
HS-122

17
Cr.
Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+1
0+2
3+0

Total credits
SEMESTER-4

CSE-221
EG-221
EG-222
EG-223
EG-224

17
Cr.
Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+1
3+0
3+0
2+0

Course Title
Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Basic Energy Engineering
Engineering Drawing & Graphics
Engineering Mechanics
Pakistan Studies / Islamic Studies

Course Title
Computer Aided Engineering Design
Renewable Energy Resources
Fossil Fuels Geology
Internal Combustion Engine
Transportation Systems
Total credits
SEMESTER-6
Course Title

EG-321
EG-322
EG-323
EG-324
EG-325

18

Wind Energy
Oceanic Energy & Desalination
Bio-Energy
Instrumentation & Controls
Engineering Economics & Management
Total credits
SEMESTER-8

Cr.
Hr.

Course Title

3+0

EG-421

Corrosion Mechanics & Control

Cr.
Hr.
4+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
2+0
18
Cr.
Hr.
0+2
3+0
3+0
3+1
3+0
15
Cr.
Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+0
19
Cr.
Hr.
3+0

EG-412

Steam Generation Steam Turbine

3+1

EG-422

Air Pollution & Controls

3+0

EG-413

Nuclear Engineering

3+0

EG-423

Refinery Engineering

3+0

EG-414

Energy Transmission & Distribution

3+1

EG-424

Heat Transfer

3+1

EG-415

Project Part I

0+3

EG-415

Project Part II

0+3

Total credits

17

Total credits

15

B.E. (Telecommunications Engineering)


The exponential growth of telecommunication has changed this world into a global
village. The power in telecommunication indicates the digital sovereignty and military
prowess of a country. The last decade has seen great changes in the fields of
telecommunication. Simple telephony has been taken over by mobile and cellular
communication, which is going through a merger with Internet technology.
Above all there is a big move towards privatization of the telecommunication industry,
following which there shall be an open competition in the market. Time is not far away
when industry will face scarcity of telecommunication engineers in the country; with the
result that fresh graduates will find themselves in a flourishing and demanding market of
telecommunication engineering as soon as they pass out from the University.
To work effectively in this rapidly growing field, the telecommunication engineers must
understand both hardware and software techniques and must effectively use both
techniques in order to design, build and test complex telecommunication systems. The
overall program provides an environment that encourages creativity and excitement
driven approach to deliver results. All these courses have an essential component of
practical work.
Program Summary
Duration of the program
4 Years
Number of semesters
8
Number of courses per semester
5 or 6
Total credit hours
140
Total number of courses
39 + Final Year Project
Recommended Plan of Studies for
B.E. (Telecommunications Engineering)
SEMESTER-1
GS-112
CSE-111
EE-111
GS-111
HS-111

Course Title
Calculus
Introduction to Computing
Basic Electrical Engineering
Applied Physics
English Composition & Comprehension

SEMESTER-2
Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
2+0

GS-121
CSE-121
CSE-122
EE-121
HS-122
HS-121

Total credits
SEMESTER-3
GS-211
CSE-211
CSE-212
EE-211
EE-212

Course Title
Vector Analysis
Logic Design & Switching Theory
Object Oriented Programming
Circuit Analysis
Electronics-II
Total credits
SEMESTER-5

17
Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
19

GS-221
TE-221
EE-221
TE-222
EE-222

Course Title
Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
Computer Programming
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
Electronics-I
Communication Skills
Islamic studies / Ethical Behavior &
Pakistan Studies
Total credits
SEMESTER-4

Cr. Hr.
4+0
3+1
0+2
3+1
2+0

Course Title
Probability & Statistics
Electromagnetic Field Theory
Digital Electronics
Signals & Systems
Amplifiers & Oscillators

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1

Total credits
SEMESTER-6

3+0
19

18

GS-311
EE-311

Course Title
Numerical Methods
Control Engineering

TE-312

Data Communication & Computer Networks

CSE-311
TE-311

Microprocessors & Interfacing


Communications Systems
Total credits
SEMESTER-7

TE-412
HS-411

TE-411

Course Title
RF & Microwave Engineering
Technical Report Writing
Elective I
Elective II
Project Part-I
Total credits
Electives I&II

TE-414
TE-415

Course Title
Spread Spectrum Communications
Information Theory & Coding

TE-418
TE-416
TE-417
TE-413

Multimedia Communications
Telecommunication policies & Protocols
Computer Architecture & Organization
Fiber Optic Communications & Devices

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
19
Cr. Hr.
3+1
2+0
3+0
3+0
0+3

TE-323
TE-322
TE-321
TE-324
HS-321

TE-421
TE-422

TE-411

15
Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

CSE-424
EE-422
TE-423
TE-425
EE-424
EE-423

Course Title
Wave Propagation & Antenna
Digital Signal Processing
Telecom Transmission & Switching
System
Digital Communications
Engineering Economics & Management
Total credits
SEMESTER-8

Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1

Course Title
Network Planning & Management
Wireless & Mobile Communications
Elective III
Elective IV
Project Part-II

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
0+3

3+0
3+1
3+0
18

Total credits
Electives III & IV

15

Course Title
Image Processing & Computer Vision
VLSI Design
Network Security & Cryptography
Satellite Communications
Digital Filters
Digital Control Systems

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

BS (Computer Science) and


BS (Information Technology)
The B.S.(CS) and B.S.(IT) programs at the Faculty of Engineering Sciences and
Technology, Hamdard University, emphasize on developing strength of technical
preparation and produce graduates highly capable of working in the computer industry
and pursuing graduate studies in Computer Science.
Computer Science is concerned with the study of the hardware, software and theoretical
aspects of high-speed computing devices and with the application of these devices to
solve scientific, technological, and business problems. Basically, the program requires
students to take courses in programming, data structures, algorithms, numerical
computation, databases, operating systems, programming languages, software
engineering and automata theory. Students are given the option to take specialized
courses such as Image Processing and Computer Vision, Distributed Systems, Expert
Systems and Network Security.
Program Summary BS(CS)
Duration of the program
Number of semesters
Average number of courses per
Semester
Total credit hours
Total number of courses

4 Years
8
5 or 6
141
40 + 2 for Final Year
Project

Recommended Plan of Studies for BS (Computer Science)


SEMESTER-1
Code
GS-111
CS-111
HS-111
GS-112
HS-112

SEMESTER-2

Course Title
Physics
Introduction to Computing
English Composition & Comprehension
Mathematics I
Islamic Studies/Ethical Behavior & Pakistan
Studies
Total credits

Cr. Hr.
3+1
2+1
2+0
3+0

Code
GS-121
CS-121
CS-122
HS-121

Course Title
Mathematics II
Computer Programming
Fundamentals of Electronics
Communication Skills

3+0

CS-123

Introduction to Web Engineering

15

Total credits

SEMESTER-3
Code
GS-211

Course Title
Mathematics III

TN-211

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
2+0
2+1
16

SEMESTER-4
Cr. Hr.
4+0

Code
CS-221

Data Structures

Data Communications

3+1

CS-222

Microprocessor and Assembly Language

3+1

GS-212

Discrete Mathematics

3+0

CS-223

Operating Systems

3+1

CS-211
CS-212

Digital Logic Design


Object Oriented Programming

3+1
3+1
19

TN-221
GS-221

Computer Networks
Probability & Statistics

3+1
3+0
19

Total credits
Course Title

Cr. Hr.
3+1

Total credits

SEMESTER-5
Code

Course Title

SEMESTER-6
Cr. Hr.

Code

Course Title

Cr. Hr.

CS-311

Database Management Systems

3+1

CS-321

Theory of Automata & Formal Languages

3+0

CS-312
GS-311
HS-311
CS-313
HS-312

Software Engineering
Numerical Computing
Principles of Management & Economics
Computer Architecture & Organization
Technical Report Writing
Total credits

3+1
2+1
3+0
3+0
2+0
19

CS-322
CS-323
CS-324
CS-325

Advanced Database Management Systems


Internet Programming
Human Computer Interaction
Analysis and Design of Algorithms

3+1
3+1
3+0
3+1

Total credits

SEMESTER-7
Code
CS-412
CS-413
CS-414

CS-411

Course Title
Real Time Systems
Compiler Construction
Management Information Systems
Elective-I
Elective-II
Final Year Project-I
Total credits

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
0+3
18

Code
CS-421
CS-422

CS-411

Course Title
Distributed Systems

CS-416
CS-417

Course Title
Artificial Intelligence
Network Security & Cryptography
Elective-III
Elective-IV
Final Year Project-II
Total credits

Elective-I & II
Code
CS-415

18

SEMESTER-8
Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+0
3+0
3+0
0+3
16

Elective-III & IV
Cr. Hr.
3+0

Code
CS-423

Course Title
Network Programming

Cr. Hr.
3+0

Microprocessor Based Systems


Computer Graphics

3+0
3+0

CS-424
CS-425

Operations Research
Image Processing & Computer Vision

3+0
3+0

CS-418

Concepts of Programming Languages

3+0

CS-426

Wireless Networks and Applications

3+0

CS-419
SE-414

Modeling & Simulation


Data Mining & Data Warehousing

3+0
3+0

IT-421
TN-322

Information Systems Audit


Advanced Computer Networks

3+0
3+0

SE-311

Software Engineering Economics

3+0

SE-423

Design Patterns

3+0

IT-412

Multimedia Systems

3+0

SE-424

Advanced Software Engineering

3+0

Program Summary BS(IT)


Duration of the program
Number of semesters
Average number of courses per
Semester
Total credit hours
Total number of courses

4 Years
8
5 or 6
140
40 + Final Year Project

Recommended Plan of Studies for BS (Information Technology)


SEMESTER-1
Code
GS-111
CS-111
HS-111
GS-112

Course Title
Physics
Introduction to Computing
English Composition & Comprehension
Mathematics I
Islamic Studies/Ethical Behavior & Pakistan
HS-112
Studies
Total credits

SEMESTER-2
Cr. Hr.
3+1
2+1
2+0
3+0

Code
GS-121
CS-121
CS-122
HS-121

Course Title
Mathematics II
Computer Programming
Fundamentals of Electronics
Communication Skills

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
2+0

3+0

CS-123

Introduction to Web Engineering

2+1

15

Total credits

SEMESTER-3

16
SEMESTER-4

Code
GS-211
TN-211
GS-212
CS-211

Course Title
Mathematics III
Data Communications
Discrete Mathematics
Digital Logic Design

Cr. Hr.
4+0
3+1
3+0
3+1

Code
CS-221
CS-222
CS-223
TN-221

Course Title
Data Structures
Microprocessor and Assembly Language
Operating Systems
Computer Networks

Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1

CS-212

Object Oriented Programming

3+1

GS-221

Probability & Statistics

3+0

19

Total credits

Total credits
SEMESTER-5
Code
CS-311

Course Title
Database Management Systems

CS-312
Software Engineering
GS-311
Numerical Computing
HS-311
Principles of Management & Economics
CS-313
Computer Architecture & Organization
HS-312
Technical Report Writing
Total credits

SEMESTER-6
Cr. Hr.

Code

3+1

CS-322

Advanced Database Management Systems

Course Title

3+1

3+1
2+1
3+0
3+0
2+0
19

IT-321
TN-322
CS-323
CS-324

Systems and Technology Management


Advanced Computer Networks
Internet Programming
Human Computer Interaction

3+0
3+1
3+1
3+0

Total credits

SEMESTER-7
Code

Cr. Hr.

18
SEMESTER-8

Cr. Hr.

Code

IT-412

Multimedia Systems

3+0

IT-421

System Integration and Architecture

3+0

IT-413

Systems and Network Administration

3+1

CS-422

Network Security & Cryptography

3+0

CS-414

Management Information Systems


Elective-I
Elective-II
Final Year Project-I

3+0
3+0
3+0
0+3

IT-411

Elective-III
Elective-IV
Final Year Project-II

3+0
3+0
0+3

IT-411

Course Title

19

Total credits

19
Elective-I & II

Course Title

Total credits

Cr. Hr.

15
Elective-III & IV

Code
CS-412

Course Title
Advanced Computer Programming

Cr. Hr.
3+0

Code
CS-325

Course Title
Analysis & Design of Algorithms

Cr. Hr.
3+0

CS-415
CS-416
SE-414
TN-415
CS-419

Distributed Systems
Microprocessor Based Systems
Data Mining & Data Warehousing
Network Operating Systems
Modeling & Simulation

3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

CS-421
CS-423
CS-426
IT-421
TN-323

Artificial Intelligence
Network Programming
Wireless Networks and Applications
Information Systems Audit
Telecom Transmission & Switching Systems

3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

TN-418

Broadband Networks

3+0

SE-424

Advanced Software Engineering

3+0

BS (Multimedia Technology)
Observing the recent boom in the media industry, Hamdard University has introduced the
most comprehensive and vigorous multimedia program. This four year degree program is
designed to prepare highly competitive media developers for both local and international
markets.
In a highly advance lab-based environment, this program will start from basic computer
literacy to advance multimedia development courses, leading to six specialty areas
namely still images, 2D and 3D animation, video editing and effects, sound and voice
processing, game development and multimedia and web authoring. The eligibility
criterion for admission is Intermediate qualification.
Program Summary
Duration of the program
4 Years
Number of semesters
8
Average number of courses per semester
4 or 5
Total credit hours
132
Total number of courses
35 + Internship +
Final Year
Project
Recommended Plan of Studies for BS (Multimedia Technology)

Course ID
MM101
GS101
CS101
HS101

SEMESTER-1
Course Title
Introduction to Multimedia and Art
Mathematics-I
Introduction to Computing
Islamic Studies/ Pakistan Studies / Ethics

Total credits
SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
CS201
Object Oriented Programming
MM201
Media Studies
MM202
Image Manipulation
MM203
Principles of Animation and Cell Animation
Total credits
SEMESTER-5
Course ID
HS301
CS301
CS302
CS303
MM301

Course Title
Principles of Management
Web Design and Development
Database Systems
Geometric Analysis
Artistic Composition
Total credits

Cr. Hr.

Course ID

3+1
3+0
3+1
3+0

HS102
GS102
CS102
CS103
CS104

14
Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+0
2+2
2+2
15

Communication Skills
Mathematics-II
Introduction to Internet
Computer Programming
Computer Graphics & Modeling

Total credits
SEMESTER-4
Course ID
Course Title
HS201
Media Laws and Ethics
MM204
Introduction to Video Technology
MM205
Principles of Design & Illustration
MM206
Advance 3D Modeling
MM207
Digital and Conventional Photography
Total credits
SEMESTER-6

Cr. Hr.

Course ID

3+0
2+1
3+1
2+1
2+2

MM302
MM303
MM304
MM305
GS301

17

SEMESTER-2
Course Title

Course Title
Multimedia Project Management
Authoring Tools & Flash Scripting
Desktop Publishing
Video Editing and Effects
Probability and Statistics
Total credits

Cr. Hr
3+0
3+0
2+1
3+1
3+1
17

Cr. Hr
3+0
2+1
2+1
2+2
2+2
17

Cr. Hr
3+0
2+1
2+2
2+2
3+0
17

Course ID
HS401
MM401
MM4xx
MM4xx
MM411

SEMESTER-7
Course Title
Business and Social Sciences
Audio Technology
Elective I
Elective II
Final Year Project I

Total credits
Electives I&II
Course ID
Course Title
MM4xx
Virtual Reality
MM4xx
MIDI Music Composition
MM4xx
Information Graphics
MM4xx
Sound Designing and Effects

Cr. Hr.
3+0
2+1
3+1
3+1
0+4
18
Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1

Course ID
MM402
MM4xx
MM4xx
MM412
MM410

SEMESTER-8
Course Title
Innovative Applications of Multimedia
Elective III
Elective IV
Final Year Project II
Internship

Total credits
Electives III & IV
Course ID
Course Title
MM 4xx Game Engine Design
MM 4xx Films and Documentary Making
MM 4xx Game Theory
MM 4xx Advance 3D CAD Modeling

Cr. Hr
3+0
3+1
3+1
0+4
0+2
17

Cr. Hr
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1

BS (Telecommunications & Networking)


The expansion of communication network infrastructure and cellular systems have
warranted the design of this highly specialized and focused program. This program has
been clinically designed to train the prospective students in the direction of IP-based
networks specializing in the configuration of routing, switching and security devices. The
demands of industry have been taken into consideration in design of this course.
Emphasis will be given on integrating and analytical thinking necessary for optimal
design. The aim will be provide sound foundation for synthesis of solutions to applied
problems. This program provides a broader foundation for further education.
Program Summary
Duration of the program
4 Years
Number of semesters
8
Number of courses per semester
5 or 6
Total credit hours
138
Total number of courses
40 + Final Year Project
Recommended Plan of Studies for BS (Telecommunications & Networking)
SEMESTER-1
Code
GS-111
CS-111
HS-111
GS-112

SEMESTER-2

Course Title
Physics
Introduction to Computing
English Composition & Comprehension
Mathematics I
Islamic Studies/Ethical Behavior & Pakistan
HS-112
Studies
Total credits
SEMESTER-3

Cr. Hr.
3+1
2+1
2+0
3+0

Code
GS-121
CS-121
CS-122
HS-121

Course Title
Mathematics II
Computer Programming
Fundamentals of Electronics
Communication Skills

Cr. Hr.
3+0
3+1
3+1
2+0

3+0

CS-123

Introduction to Web Engineering

2+1

15

Total credits

Code
GS-211
TN-211
GS-212
CS-211
CS-212

Cr. Hr.
4+0
3+1
3+0
3+1
3+1

Code
CS-221
CS-222
CS-223
TN-221
GS-221

19

Total credits

Course Title
Mathematics III
Data Communications
Discrete Mathematics
Digital Logic Design
Object Oriented Programming

Total credits

16
SEMESTER-4

Course Title
Data Structures
Microprocessor and Assembly Language
Operating Systems
Computer Networks
Probability & Statistics

SEMESTER-5

Cr. Hr.
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+1
3+0
19

SEMESTER-6

Code
CS-311

Course Title
Database Management Systems

Cr. Hr.
3+1

Code
TN-321

Course Title
Signals & Systems

Cr. Hr.
3+1

TN-311
HS-311
CS-313

Fundamentals of Telecommunications
Principles of Management & Economics
Computer Architecture & Organization

3+0
3+0
3+0

TN-322
CS-323
TN-323

3+1
3+1
3+0

GS-311

Numerical Computing

2+1

TN-324

Advanced Computer Networks


Internet Programming
Telecom Transmission & Switching Systems
Telecomm/ Networking Laws, Policy &
Ethics

2+0
18

Total credits

HS-312
Technical Report Writing
Total credits

2+0
17

SEMESTER-7
Code

Course Title

SEMESTER-8
Cr. Hr.

Code

Course Title

Cr. Hr.

TN-412

Network Planning & Management

3+1

TN-421

Wireless & Mobile Communications

3+0

TN-413

Communication Systems

3+0

CS-422

Network Security & Cryptography

3+0

CS-414

Management Information Systems


Elective-I
Elective-II
Final Year Project-I

3+0
3+0
3+0
0+3

TN-411

Elective-III
Elective-IV
Final Year Project-II

3+0
3+0
0+3

TN-411

Total credits

19

Total credits

Elective-I & II
Code

Course Title

15
Elective-III & IV

Cr. Hr.

Code

Course Title

Cr. Hr.

TN-414

Optical Communication & Networks

3+0

CS-423

Network Programming

3+0

TN-415

Network Operating Systems

3+0

IT-421

Information Systems Audit

3+0

TN-416
TN-417
TN-418
TN-419
CS-416

Information Theory & Coding


Spread Spectrum Communications
Broadband Networks
Digital Signal Processing
Microprocessor Based Systems

3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

TN-422
TN-423
TN-424
TN-425
TN-426

Telecom Traffic Analysis


Multimedia Communications
Multi-Layer Switching
Special Topics in Telecommunications
Special Topics in Computer Networks

3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0
3+0

Note: HIIT-FEST reserves the right to change the recommended plan of studies
of any program as and when required. Topics of Current / Special Interest and
recent trends may be adopted when needed / required.

Eligibility Criteria
Discipline

Eligibility

Min. Score

BE (Computer Systems
Engineering)
BE (Electronic Engineering)
BE (Telecommunication
Engineering)
BE (Energy Engineering)

H.S.C. (Pre-Engg. With Physics,


Math, Chemistry/Computer Science)
or equivalent / *SAT-I and SAT-II /
** DAE / ***B.Sc./B.Tech.
(in relevant technology)

60 % in H.S.C.
60% In *DAE/
**B. Sc. / B. Tech.
*SAT-I and SAT-II

BE (Bio-Medical Engineering)

H.S.C. (Pre-Engg. / Pre-Med or


equivalent / *SAT-I and SAT-II / **
DAE / ***B.Sc./B.Tech.
(in relevant technology)

60 % in H.S.C.
60% In *DAE/
**B. Sc. / B. Tech.
*SAT-I and SAT-II

H.S.C. (Pre. Engg./Pre Science) or


equivalent /*SAT-I and SAT-II

45% in H.S.C

BS (Computer Sciences)
BS (Telecommunications &
Networking)
BS (Multimedia Technology)
BS (Information Technology)

H.S.C. (Pre-Engg./Pre-Science/ PreMedical/Commerce) or equivalent


/*SAT-I and SAT-II

45% in H.S.C

The candidates should have either passed the Pre-Admission Entry Test of the university
or SAT-I and SAT-II Examination in the relevant subjects with at least 800 and 1500 score
respectively.

**

DAE (Diploma of Associate Engineering) 3 Years post-matriculation in the relevant


discipline.

***

B. Sc. (Bachelor of Science with Pre-Engg. in H.S.C.)

S.R.O. 745(1)2009 of Pakistan Engineering Council in Article 2, clause (a)


states that:
(I)

in Article 2, in clause (a), in sub-clause(i),(a) for the figure 50 the figure 60 shall be substituted: and
(b) for the full stop, at the end of first proviso, a colon shall be substituted and
thereafter the following new proviso shall be added namely:-

Provided that any institution or college or university may provisionally admit a student
with less that 60% marks but not bellow 50% marks in aggregate. However in such case
the institution or college or university shall arrange for the student a
zero semester of three to six months duration or arrange a qualifier examination in preengineering core subjects in which the provisionally admitted student shall be required to
secure at least 60% marks in aggregate to confirm his permanent admission.

MERIT CRITERIA
Category
SAT I and SAT II
Pre-Admission Entry Test + Interview
H.S.C/D.A.E./B.Sc./B.Tech.
S.S.C.

Weightage (%)
100
50
40
10

Graduate School of Engineering Sciences & Information Technology (GSESIT)


GSESIT was established in 1997 with the name of Hamdard Institute of Information
Technology (HIIT). Later on, due to its main focus on graduate programs, it was
renamed as Graduate School of Engineering Sciences and Information Technology
(GSESIT).
Initially, Master of Science in Information Technology MS (IT) was offered since the
inception of the Institute. In Fall 2002, Master of Science in Software Engineering MS
(SE) program was introduced. Since 2007, Masters of Engineering programs have been
offered in different engineering disciplines. Over the past fourteen years, GSESIT has
been playing a leading role in imparting quality technical education and training. New
programs of Masters, M.Phil., and Ph.D. have recently been offered.
GSESIT offers the following two tracks:

M.S./M.E. leading to Ph.D. for Engineering, IT and Computer Science Students


M.Phil. leading to Ph.D. for Science Students

GSESIT is offering the following graduate and research programs:

Master of Science in Information Technology MS (IT)


Master of Science in Software Engineering MS (SE)
Master of Science in Telecommunications MS (TC)
Master of Engineering in Control and Automation ME (CA)
Master of Engineering in Electronic Engineering ME (EE)
Master of Engineering in Energy Engineering ME (EG)
Master of Engineering in Signal Processing ME (SP)
Master of Engineering in Telecommunication Engineering ME (TE)
M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences
Ph.D. in Computer Engineering
Ph.D. in Computer Science
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering
Ph.D. in Energy Engineering
Ph.D. in Information Technology
Ph.D. in Software Engineering
Ph.D. in Telecommunication Engineering

Faculty at FEST (City Campus)


Dr. Engr. Nasim A. Khan
Professor
Vice Chancellor
Patron Energy Engineering Program
Ph.D., Colorado State University, USA
MS (Mechanical Engineering), University of Pittsburgh, USA
MS (Energy Resources), University of Pittsburgh, USA
Email: nasim.khan@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Engr. Abdul Rehman Memon
Professor
Dean, Faculty of Engineering Sciences and Technology
Ph.D. (Electronics), City University, London, UK
M.Sc. (Circuits and System Engineering), Bath University, London, UK
M.Sc. (Electronics), University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Pakistan
Email: abdul.memon@hamdard.edu.pk
Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin
Professor, Director
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Northeastern University, USA
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Boston University, USA
B.E. Electronic Engineering, NED University, Pakistan
Email: directorhiit@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Iqbal Ahmed Khan
Professor
Ph.D. (Physics), Kent State University, USA
MA, Kent University USA
MS, Emporia State University, USA
M.Phil., University of Karachi, Pakistan
M.Sc., University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: iqbal.khan@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Engr. Ghulam Qadir Memon
Professor
Ph.D., University of Pittsburg, USA
MS, University of Pittsburg, USA
Email: ghulam.qadir@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Abdul Aziz Sangi
Deputy Director, GSESIT
Consultant Business Development, FEST
M.Sc. (Electrical Engineering), University of Illinois, USA
BE (Electrical Engineering), University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Pakistan

Email: aziz.sangi@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Tarique Haider
Associate Professor
MS (Electrical Engineering), University of Illinois, USA
BE (Electrical Engineering), NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi,
Pakistan
Email: tarique.haider@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Aqeel-ur-Rehman
Assistant Professor
*Ph.D. (Computer Science), National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences,
FAST-NU, Karachi, Pakistan
MS (Information Technology), Hamdard University, Karachi, Pakistan
BS (Electronic Engineering), Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology,
Karachi, Pakistan
Email: aqeel.rehman@hamdard.edu.pk
Engr. Kashif Abbasi
Assistant Professor
*Ph.D. (Information Technology), Hamdard University, Karachi, Pakistan
MS (Computer Science), SZABIST, Karachi, Pakistan
BE (Civil Engineering), NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi,
Pakistan
Email: k.abbasi@hamdard.edu.pk
Dr. Muhammad Adnan Akram
Assistant Professor
MS (Information Technology), Hamdard University, Karachi, Pakistan
MBBS, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Email: adnan.akram@hamdard.edu.pk
* in progress

Visiting / Adjunct Faculty


Dr. Muhammad Salahuddin Ahmed
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, USA
Dr. Mansoor-uz-Zafar
Ph.D. (Information Technology), MUET, Pakistan
Dr. Pervaiz Akhter
Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering), UK
Dr. Bilal Ahmed Alvi
Ph.D. (Electrical), UK
Dr. Amir Hassan Pathan
Ph.D. (Telecommunication Engineering), Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK
Dr. Arshad Aziz
Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering)
National University of Science & Technology (NUST), Pakistan
Dr. Syed Jamal Hussain
Ph.D. (Computer Science)
University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, England, UK

MS PROGRAMS RULES AND REGULATIONS


Admission Criteria
Any one of the following options may be chosen to apply:
Sixteen years of education in relevant area of studies
Students from non-relevant area of studies may be assigned some additional MS level
courses.
Residency Requirements: MS Program: 21 Credits
Degree Requirements
Maintain CGPA of 3.00 or higher (to be approved by the Academic Council and BASR)
Complete residency requirement
Complete either Thesis/Project or NonThesis Option with two extra courses and a
written Comprehensive Examination of mandatory and core courses [Only for MS (IT)
and MS (SE)]
MIGRATION POLICY
For students willing to transfer from recognized Institute/University, the transfer of
credits will be decided by the Interview Committee. The maximum number of transferred
credits is nine (3 Courses).

MS (IT): Master of Science in Information Technology


Master of Science in Information Technology program is being offered since 1997. This
program is specially designed for the professionals and executives, desirous of acquiring
knowledge in the field of Information Technology. The course curricula are designed as
per international standards and are taught by highly qualified faculty members having
advanced engineering and computer science degrees.
Main objective of this program is to produce experts and skilled graduates to serve the
relevant industry.
The MS (IT) program covers the areas that are pulsating with new developments in the
fields of Computer Communications and Information Processing, Systems Development,
Software Development and New Media.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Science (Information Technology) MS(IT)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
Course Title
IT-500
Decision Theory
CORE-I
CORE-II
ELECTIVE I
Total

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
12

Course ID

Course Title
ELECTIVE II
ELECTIVE III
ELECTIVE IV
ELECTIVE V
Total

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
12

SEMESTER-3
Course ID

Course Title
MS Project/Thesis
OR
ELECTIVE VI (Non
Thesis)
ELECTIVE VII (Non
Thesis)
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
3
3
06
30 Credits

Degree Requirements
One required/mandatory course (part of MS degree courses)
Two core courses from the specialized areas of IT
Total credit hours: 30 credits including 8 courses and one Thesis/Project OR 30 credits
including 10 courses and a written Comprehensive Examination of one mandatory and
two core courses

MS (IT) Course List


Mandatory Course
Course ID
IT-500
Decision Theory

Course Title

Credit Hrs.
3

Communications and Information Processing Area


Course ID
Course Title
Core Course
Course ID
Course Title
CI-501
Computer Networks

Credit Hrs.
3
Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3

CI-606
CI-607
CI-608
CI-609
CI-611
TC-502
TC-503
TC-504

Satellite Communications
Advanced Routing Architecture
Remote Access Technologies
Multi-Layer Switching Architecture
Wireless Networks
Network Management and Security
Communication Protocols
Digital Signal Processing

TC-505

Wireless Sensor Networks

TC-603

Special Topics in Communication


Networks

TC-605

Cryptography

TC-607

Advanced Network Management

Elective Courses
Course ID
CI-503
CI-504
CI-505
CI-507
CI-509
CI-511
CI-603
CI-605

Course Title
Broadband Networks
Internetworking-I
Internetworking-II
Cellular Communications
Optical Communication
Networks
Image Processing and Computer
Vision
Special Topics in Computer
Networks
Mobile Computing

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

System Development Area


Core Course
Course ID
Course Title
SD-501 Distributed Systems

Credit Hrs.
3

Elective Courses
SD-505
SD-513
SD-514
SD-515

Object Oriented System


Modeling and Implementation
Intelligent Systems
RealTime Embedded Systems
Advanced Operating Systems

3
3
3
3

Course ID
Course Title
SD-517 Advanced Computer Architecture
SD-603 Special Topics in Systems Development
SD-612 Neural Network Computing
System Software and Concurrent
SD-613
Programming
SD-614 Multimedia Systems Development
SD-615 ASIC Development and Programming

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3

Software Development Area


Core Course
Course ID
Course Title
SE-501 Advanced Software Engineering

Elective Courses
Course ID
Course Title
SE-502 Distributed Databases
SE-503 Software Systems Security
Enterprise System Databases
SE-504
and Programming
SE-505 Computational Linguistics
SE-508 Internet Programming
SE-512 Graphics Programming
Special Topics in Software
SE-603
Development

Course ID
SE-604
SE-605
SE-606
Credit Hrs. SE-607
3
SE-609
3
SE-610
3

SE-611

3
3
3

SE-612
SE-613
CS-5641

Course Title
Credit Hrs.
Software Quality Management
3
Software Project Management
3
Knowledge Engineering
3
Advanced Programming and Algorithms
3
Advanced Artificial Intelligence
3
Data Warehousing and Data Mining
3
Web Services and Service Oriented
3
Architecture
Context-Aware Computing
3
Semantic Web
3
Requirements Engineering
3

CS-5647

Software Engineering Economics

Credit Hrs.
3

New Media Area


Core Course
Course ID
Course Title
NM-501 New Media Essential

Elective Courses
Course ID
Course Title
NM-502 New Media Skills Development
Education and Training
NM-504
Application Development
New Media Applications
NM-505
Development

Course ID
NM-507
NM-603
NM-604
Credit Hrs. NM-605
3
NM-606
Credit Hrs.
3

NM-607

NM-608

Course Title
Computer Animation and Simulation
Special Topics in New Media
Multi Mass Media
Motion Graphics Development
Human Computer Interface
Interactive and Dynamic Web
Development
Digital Video Development and Editing

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MS (SE): Master of Science in Software Engineering


Software Engineering is a discipline concerned with the practical problems of developing
largescale software systems. Software engineers are the architects of the software
components of a computerbased system, providing several levels of representation or
blueprints leading to specifications through which programmers build modules of the
systems. Software development methodologies and management techniques combine
with theories from mathematics and computer science in a costeffective manner to solve
realworld system development problems.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Science (Software Engineering) MS(SE)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
Course Title
IT-500
Decision Theory
Software Project
CS5643
Management
Software Development
CS5646
Methods
ELECTIVE I

Credit Hrs.
3
3

Total

Course ID
Course Title
CS5641 Requirements Engineering
Software Engineering
CS5647
Economics

Credit Hrs.
3
3

ELECTIVE II

3
12

ELECTIVE III

3
12

Total

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
SE-602
MS Project/Thesis
OR
ELECTIVE IV (Non
Thesis)
ELECTIVE V (Non
Thesis)
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
3
3
06
30 Credits

Degree Requirements
Five core courses
Total credit hours: 30 credits including 8 courses and one Thesis/Project OR 30 credits
including 10 courses and a written Comprehensive Examination of one mandatory and
four core courses

MS (SE) Course List


Core Courses
Course ID
Course Title
IT-500
Decision Theory
CS-5641

Requirements Engineering

CS-5643

Software Project Management

CS-5646

Software Development Methods

CS-5647

Software Engineering Economics

Elective Courses
Course ID
CS-5645
CS-5758
CS-5762
CS-5764

Course Title
Software Testing and Quality
Assurance
Graph Theory and Algorithms
Advanced Object Oriented
Programming
Fuzzy Set and Applications

Advanced Topics in Learning and


Decision Making
BUS-5643 Entrepreneurship
MGT-5642 Organizational Behavior
CS-5757

SE-502
SE-504
SE-603

Distributed Databases
Enterprise System Databases and
Programming
Advanced Topics in Software
Engineering

Elective Courses
Credit Hrs. Course ID
Course Title
3
SE-606
Knowledge Engineering
Advanced Programming and
3
SE-607
Algorithms
3
SE-609
Advanced Artificial Intelligence
Data Warehousing and Data
3
SE-610
Mining
Web Services and Service Oriented
3
SE-611
Architecture
SE-612
Context-Aware Computing
Credit Hrs.
SE-613
Semantic Web

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

SD-501

Distributed Systems

SD-517

Advanced Computer Architecture

SD-612

Neural Network Computing

TC-502

Network Management and


Security

TC-505

Wireless Sensor Networks

3
3

TC-605
CI-605

3
3

NM-507

Cryptography
Mobile Computing
Computer Animation and
Simulation

NM-605

Motion Graphics Development

NM-606

Human Computer Interface

MS (TC): Master of Science in Telecommunications


The purpose of this degree program is to produce telecommunication and network
professionals who can manage and expand the fast expanding global telecommunication
industry. Students completing this degree program will have a thorough understanding of
the technical and operational aspects of networks as well as foundational theory of voice
and data communications and network management.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Science (Telecommunications) MS(TC)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

Course ID

IT-500

Decision Theory

TC-502

TC-501
TC-503

Communication Networks
Communication Protocols
ELECTIVE I
Total

3
3
3
12

TC-504

Course Title
Network Management and
Security
Digital Signal Processing
ELECTIVE II
ELECTIVE III
Total

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
12

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
TC-602 MS Project/Thesis
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
06
30 Credits

Degree Requirements
Five core courses
Total credit hours: 30 credits including 8 courses and one Thesis/Project
MS(TC) Course List
Core Courses
Course ID
Course Title
IT-500
Decision Theory

Elective Courses

Credit Hrs. Course ID


Course Title
3
CI-509
Optical Communication Networks
Image Processing and Computer
TC-501 Communication Networks
3
CI-511
Vision
TC-502 Network Management and Security
3
CI-605
Mobile Computing
TC-503 Communication Protocols
3
CI-606
Satellite Communication
TC-504 Digital Signal Processing
3
CI-607
Advanced Routing Architecture
CI-608
Remote Access Techniques
Elective Courses
Multi-Layered Switching
Course ID
Course Title
Credit Hrs.
CI-609
Architecture
TC-505 Wireless Sensor Networks
3
CI-611
Wireless Networks
Special Topics in
TC-603
3
SD-501
Distributed Systems
Telecommunication
TC-605 Cryptography
3
SD-514
Real Time Embedded Systems
TC-606 Network Performance Evaluation
3
SD-515
Advanced Operating Systems
CI-503
Broadband Networks
3
SD-517
Advanced Computer Architecture
CI-504
Internetworking - I
3
SE-503
Software System Security
CI-505
Internetworking - II
3
SE-508
Internet Programming
CI-507
Cellular Communications
3

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

ME PROGRAMS RULES AND REGULATIONS


Admission Criteria
Minimum CGPA 2.00 (equivalent to 60% on numerical scale) or higher
Must pass Entrance Examination and Interview
ME (CA)
Must have completed any of the following programs, accredited by PEC:
BE (Electrical/ Electronic/ Telecommunication/ Computer/ Industrial Electronics/
Mechatronic Engineering) OR equivalent engineering program
ME (EE) and ME (TE)
Must have completed any of the following programs, accredited by PEC:
BE (Electrical/ Electronic/ Telecommunication/ Computer/ Computer Systems
Engineering) OR equivalent engineering program
ME (EG)
Must have completed any of the following programs, accredited by PEC:
BE (Energy/ Electrical/ Electronic/ Mechanical Engineering) OR equivalent
engineering program
ME (SP)
Must have completed any of the following programs, accredited by PEC:
BE (Electrical/ Electronic/ Telecommunication/ Computer/ Computer Systems/
Mechatronic/ Biomedical Engineering) OR BS (Software Engineering) OR
equivalent engineering program
Residency Requirements: ME Program: 21 Credits
Degree Requirements
Maintain minimum CGPA of 3.0 or higher (to be approved by the BASR and Academic
Council)
Complete residency requirement
Total credit hours: 30 credits including 8 courses and one Project based Dissertation
MIGRATION POLICY
For students willing to transfer from recognized Institute/University, the transfer of
credits will be decided by the Interview Committee. The maximum number of transferred
credits is nine (3 Courses).

ME (CA): Master of Engineering in Control and Automation


The Control and Automation is a unique graduate program designed to prepare trained
professionals to practice in the fast-changing industry. This broad field represents the
leading edge of technology in many domains and provides specialization in a diverse
variety of growing fields such as control systems, electronic systems, industrial
automation and instrumentation.
The course work of the program offers candidates the chance to specialize in the areas of
their choice and career pathways by appropriately selecting the elective courses. These
elective courses cover wide spectrum of courses spread over several major and minor
disciplines that provide additional technical material at a level beyond that of a first
engineering degree. Their selection will enable candidates to explore a sub-discipline at
some depth or acquire further knowledge across a broad front. The core courses are
meant to provide the generic skills applicable across various fields of engineering.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Engineering (Control and Automation) ME(CA)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
Course Title
MCA-500 Electronic System Design
Digital Signal Processing
MCA-501
Total

Credit Hrs.
3
3
6

Course ID
Course Title
Credit Hrs.
MCA-502 Digital Control System
3
Industrial Control System
MCA-503
3
Design
MCA-5XX ELECTIVE I
3
Total
9

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
MCA-5XX ELECTIVE II
MCA-5XX ELECTIVE III
MCA-5XX ELECTIVE IV
Total

SEMESTER-4
Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
9

Course ID
Course Title
MCA-599 Project based Dissertation
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
6
30 Credits

ME (CA) Course List


Core Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MCA-500 Electronic System Design
MCA-501 Digital Signal Processing
MCA-502 Digital Control System
MCA-503 Industrial Control System Design

Elective Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MCA-504 Probability and Random Signals
MCA-505 Non Linear Control System

Elective Courses
Credit Hrs. Course ID
Course Title
3
MCA-506 Optical Communication Networks
Advanced Digital Signal
3
MCA-507
Processing
3
MCA-508 Advanced Power Electronic
3
MCA-509 Advanced Instrumentation
MCA-510 Digital Filter Design
Credit Hrs. MCA-511 System Design
3
MCA-512 Robotics and Automation
Advanced Topic in Control and
3
MCA-513
Automation

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

ME (EE): Master of Engineering in Electronic Engineering


Electronics is a unique graduate program designed to prepare trained professionals to
practice in the fast-changing Electronic industry. This broad field represents the leading
edge of technology in many domains and provides specialization in a diverse variety of
growing fields such as Control systems, electronic systems, industrial automation and
instrumentation.
The course work of the program offers candidates the chance to specialize in the areas of
their choice and career pathways by appropriately selecting the elective courses. These
elective courses cover wide spectrum of courses spread over several major and minor
disciplines that provide additional technical material at a level beyond that of a first
engineering degree. Their selection will enable candidates to explore a sub-discipline at
some depth or acquire further knowledge across a broad front. The core courses are
meant to provide the generic skills applicable across various fields of engineering.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Engineering (Electronic Engineering) ME(EE)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
MEE-500
MEE-501

Course Title
Probability and Random
Signals
Digital Signal Processing
Total

Credit Hrs. Course ID


3

MEE-502

MEE-503 Advanced Power Electronics


MEE-5XX ELECTIVE I
Total

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
MEE-5XX ELECTIVE II
MEE-5XX ELECTIVE III
MEE-5XX ELECTIVE IV

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

Electronic System Design

3
3
3
9

SEMESTER-4

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
Total
9

Course ID
Course Title
MEE-599 Project based Dissertation

Credit Hrs.
6

Total
Grand Total:

6
30 Credits

ME (EE) Course List


Core Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MEE-500 Probability and Random Signals
MEE-501

Digital Signal Processing

MEE-502
MEE-503

Electronic System Design


Advanced Power Electronics

Elective Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MEE-504 Cellular Communication Systems
MEE-505 Robotics and Automation
MEE-506

Optical Communication Networks

Elective Courses
Credit Hrs. Course ID
Course Title
3
MEE-507 Non Linear Control System
Advanced Digital Signal
3
MEE-508
Processing
3
MEE-509 Advanced Instrumentation
3
MEE-510 Digital Communication System
MEE-511 Digital Control Systems
Credit Hrs. MEE-512 Industrial Control System Design
3
MEE-513 System Engineering
3
MEE-514 Digital Filter Design
Advanced Topic in Electronic
3
MEE-515
Engineering

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

ME (EG): Master of Engineering in Energy Engineering


Energy Engineering is a unique graduate program designed to prepare trained
professionals to practice in the fast-changing Alternate Energy industry. This broad field
represents the leading edge of technology in many domains and provides specialization in
a diverse variety of growing fields such as Solar, Wind and Bio Fuels energy
conservation systems.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Engineering (Energy Engineering) ME(EG)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
MEG-501
MEG-502

Course Title
Alternative Energy Recourses
and Utilization
Bio Fuels Energy

Credit Hrs. Course ID


3
3

Total

Credit Hrs.

MEG-503 Solar and Wind Energy

Energy Management and


Policies
MEG-5XX ELECTIVE I
MEG-504

3
Total

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
MEG-5XX ELECTIVE II
MEG-5XX ELECTIVE III
MEG-5XX ELECTIVE IV

Course Title

3
9

SEMESTER-4

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
Total
9

Course ID
Course Title
MEG-599 Project based Dissertation
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
6
30 Credits

ME (EG) Course List


Core Courses
Course ID
MEG-501
MEG-502
MEG-503
MEG-504

Course Title
Alternative Energy Recourses and
Utilization
Bio Fuels Energy
Solar and Wind Energy
Energy Management and Policies

Elective Courses
Credit Hrs. Course ID

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

MEG-510

Nuclear Power

3
3
3

HVAC System
Energy Efficient Building
Fuels and Energy System
System Engineering
Advance Power Electronic
Digital Technologies in Energy
Systems
Hydrogen Technology and Fuels
Cells

3
3
3
3
3

Course ID

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

MEG-511
MEG-512
MEG-513
MEG-514
MEG-515

MEG-505

Advance Power Plant Engineering

MEG-516

MEG-506

Sustainable Development

MEG-517

MEG-518

Modeling and Simulation

MEG-519

MEG-520

Materials in Energy Systems


Special Topics in Energy
Engineering

Elective Courses

MEG-508

Risk and Hazard in the Energy


Sector
Photovoltaic System Technology

MEG-509

Cell and Module Technology

MEG-507

3
3

ME (SP): Master of Engineering in Signal Processing


Signal Processing is a unique graduate program designed to prepare trained professionals
to practice in the fast-changing telecommunications industry. This broad field represents
the leading edge of technology in many domains and provides specialization in a diverse
variety of growing fields such as communication systems, digital signal processing,
electronic systems and instrumentation.
The course work of the program offers candidates the chance to specialize in the areas of
their choice and career pathways by appropriately selecting the elective courses. These
elective courses cover wide spectrum of courses spread over several major and minor
disciplines that provide additional technical material at a level beyond that of a first
engineering degree. Their selection will enable candidates to explore a sub-discipline at
some depth or acquire further knowledge across a broad front. The core courses are
meant to provide the generic skills applicable across various fields of engineering.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Engineering (Signal Processing) ME(SP)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
MSP-501
MSP-502

Course Title
Probability and Random
Signals
Digital Signal Processing
Total

Credit Hrs. Course ID


3
3

Course Title
Digital Communication
MSP-503
System
MSP-504 Digital Filter Design
MSP-5XX ELECTIVE I

3
3
3
9

Total

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
MSP-5XX ELECTIVE II
MSP-5XX ELECTIVE III
MSP-5XX ELECTIVE IV

Credit Hrs.

SEMESTER-4

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
Total
9

Course ID
Course Title
MSP-599 Project based Dissertation
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
6
30 Credits

ME (SP) Course List


Core Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MSP-501 Probability and Random Signals
MSP-502

Digital Signal Processing

MSP-503
MSP-504

Digital Communication System


Digital Filter Design

Elective Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MSP-505 Non Linear Control System
MSP-506

Digital Communication System

MSP-507

Optical Communication Networks

MSP-508

System Engineering

MSP-509

Cellular Communication Systems

Elective Courses
Credit Hrs. Course ID
Course Title
3
MSP-510 Advanced Instrumentation
Advanced Digital Signal
3
MSP-511
Processing
3
MSP-512 Satellite Communication Systems
3
MSP-513 Digital Image Processing
MSP-514 Electronic System Design
Credit Hrs. MSP-515 Information Theory and Coding
3
MSP-516 Adaptive Signal Processing
Real-Time DSP Design and
3
MSP-517
Applications
3
MSP-518 VLSI Digital Signal Processors
Advanced topic in Signal
3
MSP-519
Processing
3

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

ME (TE): Master of Engineering in Telecommunication Engineering


Telecommunication is a unique graduate program designed to prepare trained
professionals to practice in the fast-changing telecommunications industry. This broad
field represents the leading edge of technology in many domains and provides
specialization in a diverse variety of growing fields such as signal processing, cellular
communication and digital communication etc.
The course work of the program offers candidates the chance to specialize in the areas of
their choice and career pathways by appropriately selecting the elective courses. These
elective courses cover wide spectrum of courses spread over several major and minor
disciplines that provide additional technical material at a level beyond that of a first
engineering degree. Their selection will enable candidates to explore a sub-discipline at
some depth or acquire further knowledge across a broad front. The core courses are
meant to provide the generic skills applicable across various fields of engineering.
Recommended Plan of Studies Master of Engineering (Telecommunication Engineering)
ME(TE)
Credits required: 30 (minimum)
SEMESTER-1
SEMESTER-2
Course ID
MTE-501
MTE-502

Course Title
Probability and Random
Signals
Information Theory and
Coding

Credit Hrs. Course ID

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

MTE-503

Digital Communications

MTE-504

Digital Signal Processing

MTE-5XX ELECTIVE I
Total

SEMESTER-3
Course ID
Course Title
MTE-5XX ELECTIVE II
MTE-5XX ELECTIVE III
MTE-5XX ELECTIVE IV

3
9

Total

SEMESTER-4

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
Total
9

Course ID
Course Title
MTE-599 Project based Dissertation
Total
Grand Total:

Credit Hrs.
6
6
30 Credits

ME (EE) Course List


Core Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MTE-501 Probability and Random Signals
MTE-502 Information Theory and Coding
MTE-503 Digital Communications
MTE-504

Digital Signal Processing

Elective Courses
Course ID
Course Title
MTE-505 Cellular Communication Systems
MTE-506

Satellite Communication Systems

MTE-507

Non Linear Control System

Elective Courses
Credit Hrs. Course ID
Course Title
3
MTE-508 Optical Communication Networks
3
MTE-509 Microwave Engineering
3
MTE-510 Microstrip Antenna Design
Advanced Digital Signal
3
MTE-511
Processing
Advanced Wireless
MTE-512
Communications
Credit Hrs. MTE-513 Systems Engineering
3
MTE-514 Electronic System Design
Special Topic in
3
MTE-515
Telecommunication Engineering
3

Credit Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

M.Phil. AND Ph.D. PROGRAMS RULES AND REGULATIONS


Minimum Qualifications/ Eligibility
General
16-years of education in the relevant area
Candidates must clear the Aptitude Test to be conducted by FEST OR submit a proof of
HEC scholarship OR submit valid result of NTS-GAT General Test
M.Phil.
Candidates having BE/ BS/ M.Sc. in the relevant field of engineering/ science
Ph.D.
Candidates having BE/ BS/ M.Sc. and M.Phil./ MS/ ME in the relevant field of
engineering/ science
Candidates must submit valid result of NTS-GAT Subject or ETS-GRE Subject Test
Requirements of Degree (M.Phil. / Ph.D.)
Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy programs are based on coursework,
research and submission of Dissertation.
a) Course Work Requirements
M.Phil:
27 Credits (8 Courses) with minimum CGPA: 3.00
Ph.D.:

18 Credits (6 Courses) with minimum CGPA: 3.00

b) Comprehensive Examination
At the end of the prescribed Ph.D. course work, the student will be required to pass a
comprehensive examination. The student will be given maximum two chances to qualify
the comprehensive examination. In case of failure in first attempt, the student will have to
appear for second attempt within one year.
c) Research
(i) Registration of Topic of Dissertation
Upon successful fulfillment of course work requirements and comprehensive
examination, a supervisor shall be assigned to the student in consultation with the
Dean, FEST and Deputy Director, GSESIT. The student, with the guidance of the
supervisor, will submit the synopsis and the bibliography of the dissertation. The
documents shall be submitted to the Board of Advanced Studies and Research
(BASR) through the Registrar and the BASR will approve the title of the thesis and
name of the supervisor.

(ii) Research Work


The minimum period of research is one year for M.Phil. and two years for Ph.D.
Quarterly progress report shall be submitted by the candidate to the respective
Supervisor on the research work. Duly endorsed progress report by HoD,
Supervisor and the Dean/Director of Faculty shall then be submitted to BASR.
Acceptance/ Publication of at least one research paper in an HEC approved
journal (for Ph.D. only)
d) Dissertation
The objective of the dissertation is to demonstrate that the student has synthesized the
knowledge gained during the course work and is able to apply its knowledge to the
resolution of a substantial research problem. The research should be original and is
expected to result as a contribution-either applied or theoretical- to the existing body of
knowledge in the field.
Duration of the Program
The minimum and maximum duration for M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees will be as under:
Degree Program
M.Phil.
Ph.D.

Minimum Duration
2
3

Maximum Duration
5
7

Medium of Instruction
Medium of instruction shall be English Language. Also, all written and viva-voce
examinations shall be conducted in English Language.
Submission of Dissertation and Final Presentation
On the advice of supervisor, and after satisfactorily completing the research, the
candidate shall submit dissertation at the end of minimum period from the date of
admission. The maximum period allowed shall also be adhered to. Dissertation shall be
written in English language.
Before the submission of the dissertation, the candidate shall give a presentation of his
research work before the departmental research committee for a critical review of the
dissertation.
Appointment of Examiners and VivaVoce Examination
On receiving a dissertation, BASR on the recommendation of the Dean, FEST, shall
appoint three examiners, one of whom should be the research supervisor as the internal
examiner and two external examiners of technologically advanced countries.

The BASR, on the receipt of favorable report of the examiners, shall arrange for vivavoce examination to be conducted by at least two examiners, one of whom should be the
supervisor of research.
Acceptance or Rejection of the Dissertation
The BASR after taking into account the recommendations of the viva-voce examiner
may:

Recommend that the degree be awarded

Recommend that degree be not awarded

Recommend the award of M.Phil. to a Ph.D. candidate


Exemption for Migrates
Research students migrating from other universities and the faculty members may be
given exemption partially or totally from the course work and the minimum duration of
registration. However, the extent of exemption shall be determined by the departmental
committee. The departmental committee shall then recommend the exemption to the
BASR for its approval.

FEE STRUCTURE
MS/ ME Degree Programs
In PAK Rupees

Admission Fee
Enrollment Fee
Security Deposit (Refundable)
Tuition Fee (Rs.10,000 per course)
Semester Charges (Rs.6,700 per semester)
Total
Note

MS

ME

(min. 1 years study


program)

(min. 2 years study


program)

15,000
15,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
100,000
100,000
13,400
26,800
138,400
151,800
Extra courses, semesters and course
registration for repetition/Improvement
will be charged as per specified fee.

* University reserves the right to change fee structure as and when required.

M.Phil. and Ph.D. Programs


In PAK Rupees
Admission Fee
Enrollment Fee
Security Deposit
(Refundable)
Tuition Fee
Supervision Fee
Dissertation Evaluation
Fee
Viva Examination Fee
Convocation Fee
Total
Note

M.Phil.

Ph.D.

(min. 2 years study program)

(min. 3 years study program)

10,000
2,000
5,000

10,000
3,000
5,000

96,000
20,000
9,000

180,000
30,000
70,000

8,000
7,500
157,500
10% of the tuition fee per
year will be charged after
2 years for next 3 years

10,000
7,500
315,500
10% of the tuition fee per
year will be charged after
3 years for next 4 years

* University reserves the right to change fee structure as and when required.