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  • Apr 24, 2016 Online Submission of Admission Form Starts
  • Jun 16, 2016 Online Submission of Admission Form Ends
  • Jun 17, 2016 Last Date for Payment of Processing Fee
  • Jun 17, 2016 Last Date for Dispatch of Financial Assistance Documents
  • Jun 20, 2016 Last Date for Receipt of Financial Assistance Documents
  • Jun 25, 2016 Admission Test in seven major cities of Pakistan
  • Jun 27, 2016 Last date for receipt of SAT- II Scores (overseas applicants)
  • Jul 03, 2016 Admission Test in Lahore & Rawalpindi of students taken Practical Exam
  • Jul 05, 2016 Admission Test Result Posted on Website
  • Aug 20-21,
    2016
    Induction Ceremony

  • Aug 22, 2016 Start of Classes

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Faculty of Engineering Sciences

A student majoring in Engineering Sciences must complete the following courses:

(A) General Education Requirements (55 Credit Hours)


Computing CS101, CS101L, CS 102 4
Mathematics ES202,ES304,MT101,MT102, MT201 15
Sciences PH101, PH102, PH101L, PH102L 8
Basic Engineering MM101, MM141, MM102, ME101, ME102 10
English HM101,HM102 6
Humanities HM211, HM321, HM322 9

(B) Core Requirements (Minimum 64 Credit Hours)

 


Circuit Analysis I ES211/EE211 3
Circuit Analysis II ES214/EE212 3
Electronics I ES231/EE231 3
Logic Design ES212/EE221 3
Computer Architecture ES213/EE222 3
Data Structures & Algorithms ES221/CS221 3
Operating Systems ES322 3
Microprocessor Interfacing ES314 3
Thermodynamics ES232 3
Signals & Systems CS341/ES332 3
Fluid Mechanics ES333/ME321 3
Numerical Analysis ES341 3
Engineering Electromagnetics ES371 3
Instrumentation ES451 3
Semiconductor Materials and Devices ES462 3
Senior Design Project Part-I & II ES481/ES482 6
Circuit Analysis Lab ES211L/EE211L 1
Logic Design Lab ES212L/ES221L 1
Computer Architecture Lab ES213L/EE222L 1
Electronics I Lab ES231L 1
Operating Systems Lab ES222L/CS211L 1
Microprocessor Interfacing Lab ES314L 1
Signals & Systems Lab ES332L 1
Semiconductor Material and Devices Lab ES462L 1

 

 

(C) Specialization Requirement (13 Credit Hours)

 


Lasers and Optoelectronics

Optics Lab ES471L 1
Lasers and Applications ES472 3
Optical Engineering ES376 3
Optoelectronics ES474 3
Optical Communication and Computing ES475/EE473 3

Semiconductors and Superconducting Devices

Solid State Electronics ES361/EE333 3
Electronic and Magnetic Materials ES463/MM463 3
Characterisation of Materials ES464 3
Semiconductor Devices and Applications ES465 3

Modelling and Simulation

Simulation Lab ES441L 1
Modelling Processes ES342 3
Computer Simulation Methods ES444 3
Heat Transfer and Modelling ES445 3
Optimisation Modelling ES446 3

(D) General Management Electives (Minimum 06 Credit Hours)


MS492-Operations Management, MS493-Industrial Safety, MS494- Total Quality Management, MS-495 Maintenance Management, MS496- Project Management.

(E) Inter-Faculty Electives (Minimum 06 Credit Hours)


These electives have to be chosen from faculties other than that of Engineering Sciences with the consultation of the advisor.

(F) Summer Training (Pass/Fail Grade; Nil Credits)


Every student is required to participate in a program of practical training in industry or an R&D organisation and submit a formal written report during the summer of Junior Year.

(G) Total Requirements (136 Credit Hours)


For the BS degree in Engineering Sciences a student is required to complete 135 credit hours.

PHD Students Who Have Graduated from Faculty of Engineering Sciences

S# Registration Number Name Thesis Title Date of Award Supervisor's Name
1 ES0201 Siraj ul Islam

Numerical-Solution of Buindary Value Problems Using Non-Polynomial Spline Functions

 

7-Jun-06 Dr. Ikram Tirmizi
2 ES0102 Muneeb Ur Rehman

The Gamow-Teller Strength Distribution and Associated Weak Decay Rates in Stellar Matter

 

30-May-07 Dr.Jameel un Nabi
3 ES0403 Tauseef Ahmad Khan

Organic Semiconductor Copper Phthalocyanine Photoelectric, Photocapacitive and Humidity Sensors

 

30-May-07 Dr. Ibrahim Qazi
4 ES0405 Fazal-i-Haq

Numerical Solution of Boundary-Value and Initial-Bgoundary-Value Problems using Spline Functions

 

2-Jun-09 Dr. Ikram Tirmizi
5 ES0408 Muhamamd Naeem Asymptotic Properties of Sum Functions of Higher Order Spacings Statistics 2-Jun-09

Dr. Sherzod Mirakhmedov

 

6 ES0409 Arshad Ali

Mesh Free Collocation Method for Numerical Solution of Initial-Boundary-Value Problems Using Radial Basis Functions

 

2-Jun-09 Dr. Sirajul Haq
7 ES0413 Muhammad Ramzan

Projective and Curvature Symmetries in Non-Static Space-times

 

2-Jun-09 Dr. Ghulam Shabbir
8 ES0406 Amjad Ali

Symmetries in Geneal Relativity

 

2-Jun-10 Dr. Ghulam Shabbir
9 ES0411 Muhammad Saleem

Investigation of Organic Materials for the Fabrication of Electric, Electronic and Photonic Devices

 

2-Jun-10 Dr. Hassan Sayyad
10 ES0101 Khawaja Zaka Ullah

Preparation and Characterization of Bi-based high-Tc Superconductors

 

2-Jun-10 Dr. Ibrahim Qazi
11 ES0404 Muhammad Idrees

Application of Optimal Homotopy Asymptotic Method to initial and boundary value progblems

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Siraj ul Haq
12 ES0410 Muhammad Sajjad

Calculation of First Forbidden Stellar Decay Rates for Neutron Rich Nuclei and Analysis of Allowed Weak Rates in the pn-QRPA Model

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Jameel-un-Nabi
13 ES0612 Imran Murtaza

Fabrication and Electrical Characterizatin of Phthalocyanines-based Electronic

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Ibrahim Qazi
14 ES0615 Zubair Ahmad

Fabricatrion and study of Meta-Organic Semiconductor-Metal Structures for Applications in Electronics

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Hassan Sayyad
15 ES0629 Ms. Nagina Bibi

Meshless Method of Lines for Numeriocal Solutions of Nonlinear Time Dependent Partial Differential Equations

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Siraj ul Haq
16 ES0707 Mutabar Shah

Fabrication and investigation of phthalocyanines based electronic & optoelectronic devices

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Hassan Sayyad
17 ES0711 Marjan ud Din

RBFs Approximation Methods for Initial-Boundary Values Problems

 

2-Jun-11 Dr. Siraj ul Haq
18 ES0503 Suhail Khan

Some important Lie symmetries in general relativitgy and teleparallel theory of gravitation

 

12-June-12 Dr. Ghulam Shabir
19 ES0806 Shahid Mahmood Khan

Fabrication and study of photovoltaic devices using macrocyclic semiconductors

 

12-June-12 Dr. Hassan Sayyad
20 ES0808 Ms. Fakhra Aziz

Investigation of Electrical and Optoelectronic Properties of Vanadyl Phthalocyanine for Organic Electronics Appications

 

12-June-12 Dr. Hassan Sayyad