Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Department Of

Accredited under Level II of Outcome Based Education System (OBE), the department of Civil Engineering at IBADAT International University, Islamabad is committed to provide quality education to our students in an environment conducive for teaching and learning.  An efficient transfer of Civil Engineering knowledge has been the key motivation for the department. The highly qualified faculty and staff along with state-of-the-art lab facilities ensure that the future engineers will be capable of serving up to their best capabilities in field of civil engineering, nationally and internationally, in a professional, ethical and sustainable manner.

A balanced approach of theoretical concepts and their practical applications in Curriculum design enables our students to face real-world challenges with confidence.  We educate and train our students about the vital importance of environmental impacts of construction activities so that they can become a valuable asset for the sustainable development of society. A strong collaboration of Industry – Academia linkage is always appreciated. Students are always encouraged to explore their curiosity through proper mentoring system for their professional as well academic careers. The department has established a well-coordinated guiding system to counsel and support the students along with special session to guidance for their field of choice. It is our prime objective to prepare and equip our students with the latest knowledge and tools to meet the practical challenges to lead and serve their society in an ethical and sustainable manner.

Graduates from the Software Engineering program are expected to attain or achieve the following Program Educational Objectives:

PEO-1 Learn and apply a systematic, disciplined and quantifiable approach to the design, development, operation, and maintenance of software systems.
PEO-2 Design and implement large, reliable, efficient and economical software by applying the principles and practices of software engineering and communicate to the stakeholders.
PEO-3 Be well versed in all aspects of software life cycle from specification through analysis and design to testing, maintenance and evolution of software product as individual, team member, or as a lead
PLO - 1 Academic Education: Following an accredited program of study designed to prepare graduates as software engineering professionals.
PLO - 2 Knowledge for Solving Software Engineering Problems: Apply knowledge of software engineering fundamentals and specialization, mathematics, computer science, and domain knowledge appropriate for abstraction and conceptualization of software engineering solution models.
PLO - 3 Problem Analysis: Identify, survey literature, and formulate complex software engineering problems to reach at substantiated conclusions using fundamental principles of mathematics, software engineering and computer science, and relevant domain disciplines.
PLO - 4 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design and evaluate solutions for complex software engineering problems, and develop and evaluate software systems, components, or processes that meet specified user needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PLO - 5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, adapt and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern software engineering tools to complex software engineering activities, with an understanding of the scope of tools and technologies.
PLO - 6 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
PLO - 7 Communication: Communicate effectively with the software engineering community and with society at large about complex software engineering activities by being able to comprehend and write effective reports, design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and understand clear instructions.
PLO - 8 Software Engineering Professionalism and Society: Understand and assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues within local and global contexts, and the consequential responsibilities relevant to professional software engineering practice.
PLO - 9 Ethics: Understand and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of software engineering profession.
PLO - 10 Life-long Learning: Recognize the need, and have the ability, to engage in independent learning for continual development as a software engineering professional.

Mapping of PEOs with PLOs

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PEC Graduate Attributes (PLOs)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)






Engineering Knowledge



Problem Analysis




Design/Development of Solutions






Modern Tool Usage




Engineer & Society




Environment & Sustainability







Individual & Teamwork






Project Management



Lifelong Learning




There are various opportunities for the graduates of civil engineering in the government departments, such as NHA, WAPDA, Communication and Works, Railways, Irrigation Department, Military Engineering Services, NESCOM, PAEC, Development Authorities, National and Multinational Consultancy Services, Contractor Firms and Entrepreneurship. The graduates will play a key role in the execution of projects like roads, buildings, bridges, dams, barrages, housing societies infrastructure, and quality testing laboratories. Graduates can also pursue their careers in academia as faculty and researchers. They can also explore the prospects of entrepreneurship by starting their own contractor/consultancy firms. We, however, do consider our students to be the most valued asset. If you happen to be those fortunate students who wish to pursue a career in Civil Engineering, we commit to impart the knowledge, the professional skills and a positive attitude to realize your dreams. We will groom you into professionals who are always in demand in the national and international market.



The Department of civil engineering has 11 fully equipped state-of-the-art laboratories supervised by experienced faculty and staff, as follows:

  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Engineering Lab
  • Highway Engineering Lab
  • Concrete and Material Lab
  • Soil Mechanics Lab
  • Environment Engineering Lab
  • Irrigation and Hydrology Lab
  • Engineering Mechanics Lab
  • Drawing Hall
  • Surveying Lab
  • Computer Lab
  • Structural Engineering Lab

      Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)   –   4 YEARS

     Total Semesters:  08                                            Total Credit Hours:   136

Note: Supervised internship of at least 6 – 8 weeks is mandatory part of degree requirements.

Internship, Workshops, Seminars & Extra-Curricular Activities

All students of Civil Engineering are required to undertake a summer internship of 8 weeks duration after the completion of 90 credit hours that often lead to job opportunities after graduation. Students are also required to register, attend and successfully complete a two-week Survey Camp. A formal evaluation is carried out and Pass/Fail grade is awarded to the students. In addition to curriculum related learning activities, Seminars, Workshops and field visits are organized by university to give students the exposure of diverse learning opportunities. 

Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1English Language Skills3
2Civil Engineering Materials & Construction3
3Engineering Drawing 4
4Applied Calculus (Math – I)3
5Pakistan Studies1
6Islamic Studies2
Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Computer Programming3
2Engineering Survey4
3Engineering Mechanics 4
4Basic Electromechanical Engineering4
5Differential Equation (Math – II)3
Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Engineering Geology3
2Advance Engineering Survey3
3Mechanics of Solids – I 4
4Fluid Mechanics – I4
5Numerical Analysis (Math – III)3


Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Quantity Surveying & Estimation3
2Civil Engineering Drawing & Graphics3
3Communication Skills and Technical Writing2
4Structural Analysis-I3
5Soil Mechanics4
Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Probability Method in Engineering (Math-IV)3
2Transportation Planning and Management2
3Hydrology and Water Resources Management3
4Steel Structures3
5Structural Analysis – II3
6Construction Management & Engineering Economics3


Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Reinforced Concrete Design-I4
2Mechanics of Solids-II3
3Advanced Fluid Mechanics4
4Social Sciences & Professional Ethics 2
5Environmental Engineering-I3


Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Reinforced Concrete Design – II4
2Architecture and Town Planning3
3Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering4
4Environmental Engineering – II3
6Civil Engineering Project (Part-A)3
Sr. #CourseCredit Hrs
1Highway and Traffic Engineering3
2Structural Engineering3
3Design of Structures3
4Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering (Technical Electives)4
5Disaster Management2
6Civil Engineering Project (Part-B)3

Dr. Syed Shujaa Safdar Gardezi
Ph.D in Civil Engineering (Construction and Project Management)

Dr. Shahmir Janjua
Associate Professor
Ph.D in Civil Engineering (Water Resource Engineering & Management)

Dr. Hammad Hussain Awan
Assistant Professor
Ph.D in Transportation Sciences

Engr. Muhammad Jawad
Assistant Professor
Ph.D in Civil Engineering (In Progress)

Engr. Umer Hanif
Assistant Professor
M.S. in Structures

Engr. Shahid Hussain
Assistant Professor
M.S. in Structures

Engr. Muhammad Kamran
M.S. in Structures

Engr. Husnain Iftikhar
M.S. in Structures

Engr. Muhammad Zafar Ali Shah
Ph.D in Civil Engineering (In Progress)

Engr. Qamar Abbas
M.S. in Civil Engineering

Engr. Daud Khan
M.S. in Urban Infrastructure Engineering

Engr. Nabeel Liaqat
M.S. in Geotechnical Engineering

Mr. Abdul Wahab
Academic / Department Coordinator
M.S. in Management Sciences

Mr. Hafiz M. Bilal
Lab Engineer
M.S. in Civil Engineering

Mr. Muhammad Arfan
Lab Engineer
B.S. in Civil Engineering

Mr. Hamza Zahid
Lab Engineer
M.S. (In Progress)

Mr. Ahsan Khalil
Lab Engineer
M.S. in Civil Engineering