Introduction

The Faculty of Engineering, Science & Technology aims to foster an academic environment of learning and research that can inspire the next generation of creators and innovators in the fields of electrical engineering & computer science. Its programs are designed to enrich students with basic knowledge of their respective fields and accommodate the rapid changes of the modern world. Of far greater importance is the reality that these changes have created enormous opportunities for engineering and computer related expertise in the world. The students are equipped with the necessary background and skills to excel in the job market in spite of the growing competition.

Introduction

The Faculty of Engineering, Science & Technology aims to foster an academic environment of learning and research that can inspire the next generation of creators and innovators in the fields of electrical engineering & computer science. Its programs are designed to enrich students with basic knowledge of their respective fields and accommodate the rapid changes of the modern world. Of far greater importance is the reality that these changes have created enormous opportunities for engineering and computer related expertise in the world. The students are equipped with the necessary background and skills to excel in the job market in spite of the growing competition.

Undergraduate-Programs

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (COMPUTER SCIENCE)

This is a four year, full-time, program of 136 credits. It offers courses covering the core areas of computer science along with technology oriented courses. The graduates of this program will be well equipped to meet the challenges posed by the dynamic needs of the software industry.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY)

This is a four year, full-time, program of 136 credits. It offers a mixed blend of computer science, management and communication. The program is designed to produce graduates who can utilize their technical expertise and interpersonal skills to meet the job requirements of the information technology industry and play a vital role in the growing entrepreneurship in these areas.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (SOFTWARE ENGINEERING)

This is a four year, full-time, program of 136 credits. It offers courses covering core areas in computing along with courses in software design, development, maintenance and project management. The graduates of this program will be equipped with the skills required to meet the mounting challenges in the field of software engineering.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (TELECOMMUNICATION)

This is a four year, full-time, program of 136 credits. It offers courses covering a broad spectrum ranging from basic telecommunication systems to modern mobile wireless communication systems. The program is designed to produce graduates who can meet the growing demand of the emerging telecom industry and can play an active role in enhancing the telecommunication infrastructure in the country.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ELECTRONICS)

This is a four year, full-time program of 136 credits. It offers courses covering a broad spectrum ranging from basic circuit systems to advanced integrated circuits. The program is designed to produce graduates who can meet the growing industrial demand of qualified personnel in design, manufacturing and maintenance of electronic systems.

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL)

This is a four year, full-time program of 136 credits. It offers a degree in the parent discipline of Electrical Engineering, along with specialization in the three streams of Electronics, Telecommunication and Computer Systems. The program is designed to produce engineering graduates who have sufficient breadth in the field of electrical engineering to meet the diverse demands of the industry. The program has been designed in accordance with HEC guidelines and is offered subject to the approval and accreditation of the Pakistan Engineering Council.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRICAL (HONS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 136 credit hours of coursework including a final year project and 12 credits from the list of electives.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS (HONS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 136 credit hours of coursework including a final year project and 12 credits from the list of electives.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN BIOMEDICAL (HONS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 136 credit hours of coursework including a final year project and 12 credits from the list of electives.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN CIVIL (HONS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 136 credit hours of coursework including a final year project and 12 credits from the list of electives.

Graduate-Programs

 

MS/ M. Phil & Ph. D PROGRAMS

The faculty of Engineering Science and Technology also offers degree programs in MS / M. Phil and Ph. D. The MS program is offered in the fields of computer science, telecommunication and information technology. It is a two year, full-time program of 36 credits based on 24 credits of coursework and 12 credits of research.

The program also offers a variety of elective courses in novel technologies and emerging trends in computer science, which help broaden the student's field of expertise. The M. Phil program on the other hand is a two year, full time commitment of 48 credits based on 24 credits of coursework and 24 credits of research. The M. Phil leading to Ph. D program is a three year, full time commitment of 96 credits based on 30 credits of coursework and 66 credits of research. The Ph. D program is a two and a half years, full time commitment of 84 credits based on 18 credits of coursework and 66 credits of research.

The List of Graduate Degree Programs in Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology FES & T are:

Computer Science (CS)

MS - Computer Science
M.Phil - Computer Science
Ph.D - Computer Science



Information Technology (IT)

MS - Information Technology
M.Phil - Information Technology
Ph.D - Information Technology



Telecomunication (TC)

MS - Telecomunication
M.Phil - Telecomunication
Ph.D - Telecomunication



Computational Mathematics

MS - Computational Mathematics

Study Plan of MS / M.Phil & Ph.D Programs

MS Program

M. Phil Program

Ph. D Program

Diploma-Programs

 

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN BIOMEDICAL (PASS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 65 credit hours of coursework and 5 credits of Lab.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRICAL (PASS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 65 credit hours of coursework and 5 credits of Lab.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRONICS (PASS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 65 credit hours of coursework and 5 credits of Lab.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN CIVIL (PASS)

This program comprises of a minimum of 65 credit hours of coursework and 5 credits of Lab.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (SOFTWARE ENGINEERING)

This program comprises a minimum of 66 credit hours of coursework.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (ELECTRONICS)

This program comprises a minimum of 66 credit hours of coursework.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM (TELECOMMUNICATION)

This program comprises a minimum of 66 credit hours of coursework.

Faculty-Staff

Faculty & Staff

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Prof. Dr. Mohammad Iqbal Bhatti
Dean
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Prof. Dr. Mohammad Rafiq Abro
Chairperson, Professor
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Prof Dr. Ahsanullah Baloch
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Prof. Dr. Hameedullah Kazi
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Dr. Muhammad Ali Nizamani
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Mutee U Rehman
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Kamran Khowaja
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Ahmed Waliullah Kazi
Assistant Professor
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Ms. Asma Ansari
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Ms. Amber Baig
Assistant Professor
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Ms. Sumbul Khowaja
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Mr. Naveed Ghani
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Abdul Ghani Rajput
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Mir Afzal Ahmed Talpur
Lecturer
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Mr. Saad Khan Baloch
Lecturer
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Ms. Qurat-Ul-Ain Shah
Senior Lecturer
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Mr. Inam-ur-Rehman Junejo
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Mr. Adnan Asghar Ali
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Mr. Muhammad Zahid Khanzada
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Ms. Nuzhat Madina
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Ms. Shadia Khatri
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Ms. Sehrish Abrejo
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Ms. Sarwat Laghari
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Research

Papers Presented and Published at International Conferences by the Faculty Members

 

Sr #

Name of Author

Title of Paper

Name of International Conference

Name of Place /  Host Country

Date

Duration

1

Sobia Baloch, Shabina Shaikh

Employees' Perception about Organizational Change: An Effective or Ineffective Step

8th National Research Conference

SZABIST, Islamabad

January 29, 2009

 

2

Dr. Asadulah Shah, Shabina Shaikh, Sobia Baloch

Knowledge Management Awareness and Usage in Banking Sector of Pakistan

8th National Research Conference

SZABIST, Islamabad

January 29, 2009

 

3

Lubna L. Chowdhary

Comparison of Project Management Methodologies Focusing on Quality & Risk Issues

4th International Conference on software and data Technologies
(ICSOFT 2009)

 

26-29 January, 2009

 

4

Shabina Shaikh

Knowledge Audit of Foreign banking Sector in Sindh

International Conference on Sindh Progress and Prospects: Session 2006-2009

Shereton, Karachi

August 11, 2008

 

5

Faheem Qamar

A Study of the Performance of trained and untrained teachers in Government Schools of Rural Areas of Sindh Province

3rd National Conference on Education

Faculty of Education, University of Sindh Elsa Kazi Campus

26th  - 27th November 2008

 

6

Faheem Qamar

Multilingual Online Examination System

2nd Shaikh Ayaz International Conference on Language and Literature

Faculty of Arts, University of Sindh

07th -  10th November 2008

 

7

Z .A Channar,  Muhammad Ayoob Shaikh, A. Shah

Solar energy: an ingredient for economical, and social development of Pakistan

Eleventh national conference on Management, Computer and Social Sciences & Economics

SZABIST  Karachi

May 10, 2008

1 Day

8

Rashid Ahmed Qureshi

The issue of intensions and legal loopholes in Islamic Banking

12th National Research Conference SZABIST Karachi

Karachi

20. 12. 2008

1 Day

9

Sumbul Khawaja, Asadullah Shah, Kamran Khowaja, Prof. Muhammad Iqbal Bhatti

A Compression Protype for Urdu Digital Library

International Research Conference

Pakistan Academy of Sciences & University of South Asia, Holiday inn (Blossom Hall)

27th & 28th, October2008

2 Days

10

Kazi, H., Haddawy, P., Suebnukarn, S.

Expanding the Plausible Solution Space for Robustness in an Intelligent Tutoring System

Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems 2008

Montreal, Canada.

2008

 

11

Razia Nisar Noorani, Asma Ansari, Kamran Khawaja, Shamsul arfin Laghari, Asadullah Shah

Analysis of MANET routing protocols under TCP VEGAS with mobility considerations.

International Multiple conference IMTIC ‘08

Mehran university of Engineering and Technology Pakistan

11-12, April 2008

2 Days

12

Sana Rajar, Shabina Shaikh

The Challenges of globalization and the role of Human resources

CICM 2007-8 COMSATS International Conference on Management, Management for humanity and Prosperity

Pearl Continental Hotel, the Mall, Lahore; Pakistan

January 02-03, 2008

 

13

Shabina Shaikh, Sana Rajar, Asadullah Shah

Challenges for Disaster Management: Role of Communication and Information Systems

CICM 2007-8 COMSATS International Conference on Management, Management for humanity and Prosperity

Pearl Continental Hotel, the Mall, Lahore; Pakistan

January 02-03, 2008

 

14

Quratul-ain Mahesar, Prof. Dr. Asadullah Shah

Securing XML Web Services by using a Proxy Web Service Model

CISSE 2007 Proceedings Books

University of Bridgeport CT, USA

2008

 

15.

Sehrish Abrejo, Asadullah Shah, Kamran Khowaja, Asma Ansari

Analysis of MANET Routing Protocols using Scenario Based Mobility Models

Proceedings First International Conference on Computer, Control and Communication 2007

Pakistan Navy Engineering College, National University of Sciences & Technology,Pakistan

November 12-13, 2007

2 Days

16.

Jan M. Memon, Asma Khan, Ambar Baig, Asadullah Shah

A Study of Software Protection Techniques

Advances and Innovations in Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering (249-253)

University of Bridgeport CT, USA

2007

 

17.

Sumbul Khawaja, Prof. Dr. Asadullah Shah, Kamran Khawaja

Alternate Paradigm for Navigating the WWW Through Zoomable User Interface (417-420)

Advances and Innovations in Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering (417-420)

University of Bridgeport CT, USA

2007

 

18

Hameedullah Kazi

Diverse and Robust Tutoring System for Medical Problem-Based Learning.

Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Computers in Education

Hiroshima, Japan.

November, 2007

5 Days

19

Hameedullah Kazi, Peter Haddawy, Siriwan Suebnukarn

Enriching Solution Space for Robustness in an Intelligent Tutoring System.

Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Computers in Education

Hiroshima, Japan.

November, 2007

5 Days

20

Hameedullah Kazi

Reasoning in a Medical Tutoring System Using UMLS

Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

July, 2007

3 Days

21

Hameedullah Kazi, Peter Haddawy, Siriwan Suebnukarn

Towards Human-Like Robustness in an Intelligent Tutoring System.

Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

July, 2007

3 Days

22

Mutee-u-Rehaman, Riaz A. Memon, Asadullah Shah

First Order Predicate Calculus and Urdu Semantics

Proceedings of the Conference on Language and Technology (CLT07)

University of Peshawar

August 7- 11, 2007

4 Days

23

Kamran Khowaja, Sumanta Guha

Visual Agent Programming (VAP): An Interactive System to Program Animated Agents

12th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction

Beijing, China

22-27 July, 2007

1 Week

24

Sumbul Khawaja, Asadullah Shah and Kamran Khowaja

Alternate Paradigm for Navigating the WWW Through Zoomable User Interface (Poster Paper)

12th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction

Beijing, China

22-27 July, 2007

1 Week

25

Nazish Nawaz Hussaini and Prof. Asadullah Shah

Affects Upon Urdu And Sindhi Language Perceptions Using Codebook
Based Digital Speech Compression

Shaikh Ayaz Conference on Language Literature

University of Sindh, Jamshoro

10.January, 2007

1 Day

26

Amber Baig, Asadullah Shah, Muhammad Iqbal Bhatti

Measures of Perceptual Sensitivities of Spoken Urdu Language

Shaikh Ayaz Conference on Language Literature

University of Sindh, Jamshoro

10.January, 2007

1 Day

27

Sumbul Khawaja, Asadullah Shah & Sana Rajar

Charter Order Models in Sindhi Language & Their exploitation in Compression Techniques

Shaikh Ayaz Conference on Language Literature

University of Sindh, Jamshoro

10.January, 2007

1 Day

 

Research Papers Published By Faculty Members in National Journals

 

Sr #

Name of Author

Title of Paper

Name of Journal Vol. Date Page Number
1 Jibran Ahmed Memon Evaluation of Steganography for urdu/Arbic Tent Journal of theoretical & Applied Information Vol. 4 No. 3 March 2009 232-237
2 Dr. Khalida Jamali Historical prospective the case for provincial autonomy. Biannual Research Journal Grassroots No. XXXVIII Dec 2008 59-73
3 Mutee-ur-Rehman Partial Word Order Syntax of Urdu/Sindhi and Linear Specification Language Journal of Independent Studies and Research Volume 5, Number 2, July 2008 13-18
4 Prof. Dr. Iqbal Ahmed Panhwar Effective e-business technologies for improving Biannual Research Journal Grassroots No.XXXVII June 2008 39-51
5 Aasma Ghani Steganography: A new horizon for safe communication through XML Journal of theoretical & Applied Information Vol. 4 No. 3 March 2008 187-202
6 Marvi Shaikh Pakistan Korea Trade Economic Similarities and Dissimilarities: A Comparative Study Asia Pacific, A Journal Research of far East & South East Asia Volume 26, 2008 2008 110-126
7 Muhammad Ayoob Shaikh Motivation: A Significant Stimulating Power in Managing Business Journal of business Strategies Vol.2, Number 2, 2008 107-120
8 Nazish Nawaz Hussaini Codebook Based Digital Speech Compression Journal of Independent Studies and Research Volume 5, Number 2, July 2007 2-6
9 M.Muneeb Memon On the-fly Sub key generation for blow Fish Cryptographic Algorithm New Horizons
Journal of the Institution of Electronics Engineers Pakistan
56 April to June 2007 41-44
10 Sumbul khawaja Analysis of Traffic Load on Low Bit Rate Channel Using Variable Bit rates New Horizons
Journal of the Institution of Electronics Engineers Pakistan
55 January to March 2007 13-17
11 Dr. Muhammad Ayoob Shaikh What Pakistan Needs for Carrying Out Favorable Exports Biannual Research Journal Grassroots No.XXXV, 2007 35-46
12 Abdul Subhan Kazi Impact of Fertilizers on the Economy of Pakistan: An analytical Study from 1990-03 Biannual Research Journal Grassroots No.XXXV, 2007 159-180
13 Marvi Shaikh Significance of Well Performing Saving Paradigm for Undeveloped Countries Biannual Research Journal Grassroots No.XXXV, 2007 200-212
14 Noreen Hassan Pakistan- Malaysia Bilateral Trade and Investments Asia Pacific, A Journal Research of far East & South East Asia Volume 25, 2007 2007 164-178
15 Muhammad Ayoob Shaikh Pakistan – Loas Economic and Trade Relations Asia Pacific, A Journal Research of far East & South East Asia Volume 25, 2007 2007 133-147
16 Muhammad Ayoob Shaikh Educational Approach to Character Building: A Paradigm Shift Journal of Management & Social Sciences Volume 3, Number 2 2007 105-119
17 Dr.Iqbal Ahmed Pahnwar Education is a key to Solve Development Crises of Pakistan The Sindh University Journal of Education XXXV, 2005-06 71-79
18 Dr.Iqbal Ahmed Pahnwar Dropout in primary School: Various Factors and Analysis The Sindh University Journal of Education XXXV, 2005-06 49-58

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