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Course Facts
Study Level Study Mode Program Duration Credit Hours

Under Graduate


8 Semesters (4 years)


Eligibility Criteria

Intermediate with Mathematics or Intermediate (Pre-Medical) securing 50% marks. Pre-Medical candidates will have to study deficiency courses of Mathematics in 1st & 2nd semesters


The educational objectives of the Electrical Engineering Technology Program identify what we hope that our graduates will accomplish within a few years after graduation. The objectives of the Electrical Engineering Technology Program are to:

• Achieve positions of increased responsibility (technical and/or supervisory) within an organization in electrical or related fields by leveraging their Electrical Engineering Technology skills and knowledge.

• Address and solve complex technical problems related to power generation, distribution and utilization in the country which is facing power shortage.

• Continue personal and professional growth by engaging in life-long learning; e.g., advanced education/degrees, professional development activities, and/or other career-appropriate options.

• work effectively in teams and communicating effectively within the team and to the its clients.

Role and Scope

An Electrical Engineering technologist is a specialist devoted to the implementation of existing technology within a field of engineering. Technologists often work with engineers in a wide variety of projects by applying basic engineering principles and technical skills. The work of technologists is usually focused on the portion of the technological spectrum closest to product improvement, manufacturing and engineering operational functions.

The Electrical Engineering Technology program covers vast areas such as power system analysis, power system protection, Digital Image Processing, control systems, power distribution and utilization, AC/DC machines, analog and digital communication, microprocessor interfacing. The applied scheme of studies has been carefully designed to enhance both academic and professional aspects of Electrical Engineering Technology program. The core courses have been selected to enhance the design and development skills of students in the field of Electrical engineering technology.

The students also take courses in humanities, management and social sciences to develop well rounded personalities. The students in their final year are also required to complete a design or research project in which they apply the knowledge and skills gained during this engineering program. The students must then submit a written report, demonstrate their design and development effort and defend their project before a jury for award of grades.

The scope of BSc Electrical Engineering Technology is getting higher with the advancement of technology. Pakistan is making progress in this field with each of the day. Now we have lot of career build opportunities and job after engineering technology. Our markets and industries have a big demand for well skilled technologist. In upcoming time we are seeing that the technology will keep on boosting toward the progression. That is why we can imagine that how the higher is technology scope in Pakistan could be.

Schema of study

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-101 Islamic Studies/Ethics 2(2-0)
ISL-103 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation I 1(1-0)
ENG-101 English I 3(3-0)
CS-101 Introduction to Information Technology and Communication Skills 3(2-1)
MATH-101 Mathematics 3(3-0)
PHY-301 Physics 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 15

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PS 101 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
ENG 102 English II (Communication Skills) 3(3-0)
ISL 103 Teachings of Holy Quran with Translation-II 1(1-0)
MGT-112 Principles of Management 3(3-0)
CS-102 Computer Programming 3(1-2)
STAT-101 Statistics 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 15

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL 201 Teachings of Holy Quran with Translation-III 1(1-0)
PSY 201 Psychology 3(3-0)
ENG 201 English III (Technical Writing & Presentation Skills) 3(3-0)
MGT 305 Financial Accounting 3(3-0)
MGT-211 Principles of Marketing 3(3-0)
EE-214 Engineering Mechanics 2(2-0)
  Credit Hours 17

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GEN 201 Sociology 3(3-0)
ISL 202 Teachings of Holy Quran with Translation-IV 1(1-0)
EM-211 Managerial Decisions 3(3-0)
EM-212 Differential Equations 3(3-0)
CS-212 Data Structures and Algorithms 4(3-1)
EE-313 Signals and Systems 4(3-1)
  Credit Hours 18


Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-312 Electrical Machines 4(3-1)
EM-311 Organization structures 3(3-0)
CS-313 Digital Logic Design 4(3-1)
EE-416 Microprocessor Systems 4(3-1)
EE-311 Instrumentation & Measurements 4(3-1)
  Credit Hours 19

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EM-312 Trends in Market 2(2-0)
EM-313 Organizational Development 2(2-0)
EE-420 High Voltage Engineering 4(3-1)
EE-318 Linear Control System 4(3-1)
MGT 301 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
GEN-310 Research Methodology 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 18

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EM-411 Industrial Electronics 3(2-1)
EM-412 Embedded System Design 3(2-1)
EM-413 Technical Elective 3(2-1)
EM-414 Project Management for Complex Systems 3(3-0)
EM-415 Advanced Statistical Methods for Engineering Research 3(3-0)
EM-416 Numerical Analysis 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 18

Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EM-417 Power System Protection 4(3-1)
EM-418 Power System Operation & Control 4(3-1)
EM-410 Research Project 6(6-0)
  Credit Hours 14
  Total Credit Hours 134