Isra University at a glance

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Isra University The university is owned by Isra Islamic Foundation, a non-profit organization, certified by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP). The University is highly ranked by HEC. The easily accessible and beautiful campuses provide services that create an academic environment of learning and intellectual growth.
State of the art facilities We are blessed with knowledgeable, dedicated and distinguished academic as well as scientific and student friendly administrative staff. We are committed to preparing our students to work hard and acquire skills helpful for the construction of knowledge societies.
Student life at Isra In its short history of fourteen years, the University has grown from 30 students in the Fall Semester 1997 to more than 1500 students, at the present time. The University, currently offers more than 40 degree programs ranging from bachelor's to PhD levels, in a wide variety of fields of study.
Student life at Isra Student activities are organized by committees / societies / clubs for sports, art and culture, science and technology, debates, literary pursuits and so forth. A member of staff or faculty is assigned to each committee to provide guidance and interface with the University administration.
Student life at Isra Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular & co-curricular activities. Such participation is intended to stimulate the students & promote their contribution to matters of institutional concern like conduct of business in an orderly manner & development of the spirit of teamwork & cooperation.
Student life at Isra The University holds its students in high regard & strongly cares for their well being during their stay here & success in future. In addition to providing students with facilities for health care the University maintains strict code of discipline to ensure an environment that is conducive to academic learning.
Research at Isra Isra University offers very healthy environment for research in the areas of medicine, technology and management sciences at national and international levels.
Karachi Campus The Karachi Campus is strategically located at 5 kms from Malir No. 15, Main Shahrah-e-Faisal. The beautiful and lush green campus houses the Al-Ibrahim Eye Hospital, Al-Tibri Medical College, Isra School of Optometry and Isra Postgraduate Institute of Ophthalmology.
Islamabad Campus Isra University Islamabad campus started in 2009, a state of art teaching hospital with 300 bed is operational from May 2011. 100 MBBS students are studying since January 2012 in Al Nafees Medical College, in SEAS currently 224 students are studying various disciplines & in IIRS we have 145 Students. Our BSC MLT is one year old & comprises two years of study under an annual system.

BE (EE)

A TYPICAL STUDY PLAN
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL), BE (EE)

Minimum Degree Requirements: This program comprises a minimum of 136 credit hours of coursework that includes a final year project of 6 credits.

YEAR 1
First Semester


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

MTCA-111
HMLG-111
HMIS-113
TCAP-102
CSIC-101
EEBE-101

Calculus and Analytical Geometry
English-I (Functional English)
Islamic Studies
Applied Physics
Introduction to computer
Basic Electrical Engineering

3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)
2 (2+0)
3 (2+3)
3 (2+3)
4 (3+3)

48
48
32
80
80
96


Total Credits

18

384

Second Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

MTAT-212
HMCS-114
HMPS-112
EEEM-131
ESBE-102
TCAC-103

Linear Algebra
English-II (Communication Skills)
Pakistan Studies
Engineering Mechanics
Basic Electronics
Circuit Analysis

3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)
1 (1+0)
3 (3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)

48
48
16
48
96
96


Total Credits

18

352

 

YEAR 2
First Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

MTCV-112
HMTR-211
EECA-202
CSOP-152
ESIM-111

Complex variables and Transforms
English-III (Technical Report Writing)
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
Object Oriented Programming
Instrumentation and Measurement

3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)
3 (2+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)

48
48
80
96
96


Total Credits

17

368

Second Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

MTDE-213
MTNA-313
EEEE-242
CSDL-241
EEEM-201

Differential Equations
Numerical Analysis
Engineering Ethics
Digital Logic Design
Electro-Mechanical Systems

3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)

48
48
48
96
96


Total Credits

17

336

 

YEAR 3
First Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

MTPR-322
EELC-311
EESS-321
EECS-361
TCET-362
Probability and Random Variables
Linear Control Systems
Signals and Systems
Communication Systems and Applications
Electromagnetic Field Theory

3 (3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
3 (3+0)

48
96
96
96
48


Total Credits

18

384

Second Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

EEEE-341
EEIP-301
TCDS-411
EEMI-331

Engineering Economics
Introduction to Power Engineering
Digital Signal Processing
Microprocessor and Interfacing Techniques
Specialization I

3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
3 (3+0

48
48
96
96
48


Total Credits

17

336

 

YEAR 4
First Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester


EEEM-241

Project Part I
Specialization II
Specialization III
Engineering Management
Elective I

3 (0+9)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
3 (3+0)
3 (3+0)

144
96
96
48
48


Total Credits

17

432

Second Semester

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester




Project Part II
Specialization IV
Specialization V
Elective II

3 (0+9)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
3 (3+0)

144
96
96
48


Total Credits

16

480



136

2976

 

BE (EE) Electives
Electronics Specialization

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

ESDE-371
ESVD-451
EEPE-471
TCME-361
ESRA-405

Digital Electronics
VLSI Design
Power Electronics
Microwave Engineering
Robotics & Automation

3 (3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)

48
96
96
96
96

Electronics Electives

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

TCDC-331
EEDS-473
ESOE-380
EE-418
EEES-472

Digital Communication
Digital System Design
Optoelectronics
Digital Control Systems
Embedded Systems

3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)

48
48
48
48
48

Telecommunication Specialization

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

TCDC-331
TCOF-451
TCRS-443
TCME-361
TCMP-461

Digital Communication
Optical Fiber Communication
Radar Systems
Microwave Engineering
Wave Propagation & Antennas

3 (3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)

48
96
96
96
96

Telecommunication Electives

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

TCIT-414
TCSC-442
TCMW-441
TCBD-444
TCTT-423

Information & Coding Theory
Satellite Communication
Mobile & Cellular Communication
Broadband Digital Networks
Teletraffic Engineering

3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)

48
48
48
48
48

Computer Systems Specialization

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

EE-CA-431
CSOS-331
EEDS-432
EEDD-433
CSCN-335

Computer Architecture
Operating Systems
Data Structures & Algorithms
Database Design & Management Systems
Computer Networks

3(3+0)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)
4 (3+3)

48
96
96
96
96

Computer Systems Electives

 


Course

Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Contact Hrs
per semester

CSSE-321
CSAI-481
CSCG-372
EEDI-434
CSCC-462

Software Engineering
Artificial Intelligence
Computer Graphics
Digital Image Processing
Compiler Construction

3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)
3(3+0)

48
48
48
48
48