BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

The motive of the Department of Electrical Engineering is to produce engineers for development and Sustainable Growth in the Power, Industrial Drives, Control, Automation, Electronics, and Communication sectors leading to the wealth and welfare of the human population. The Department of Electrical Engineering offers undergraduate programs which are well planned and designed according to the guidelines of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC). The program provides a broad engineering core competence that enables students to communicate and interact effectively with engineers in different areas of specialization. The program is dedicated to encourage independent and critical thinking in students and enhance their potentials to pursue high-quality research and design.  

The Department of Electrical Engineering has a highly qualified, capable and devoted faculty consisting of the right blend of Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Lecturers and Lab engineers. Facilities including audiovisual aids and massively parallel processing research laboratories equipped with the latest technology give students a creative and stimulating learning environment.

  The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 2009 and all batches are duly accredited by the Pakistan Engineering Council under the umbrella of The University of Lahore, Islamabad Campus. Electrical Engineering Department will admit students for Session 2021 under “Ibadat International National University, Islamabad”. The Department has successfully implemented the Outcome-Based Education (OBE) system in line with the guidelines of the Pakistan Engineering Council under Washington Accords.  

Program Title: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Program Duration: 4 years (8 Semesters)

Timing: Morning (Monday-Friday)

Location: Ibadat International University, Islamabad

Recognized by: Higher Education Commission, Pakistan Engineering Council

Entry Requirements: HSSC Pre-Engineering with Physics, Chemistry and Math, A-level or equivalent scoring a minimum 60% marks, DAE, BSc Engineering Technology or equivalent in the relevant discipline as per PEC regulations with the minimum of 60% marks

Entry Test: Ibadat International University Entry Test/UETs Entry Test 2021
“The mission is to produce engineers well-versed in the knowledge of their domain and its application in the service of industry and community for creating innovative solutions, keeping in the view the ethical, environmental and societal concerns.”
The Program Educational Objectives of Electrical Engineering are:  

PEO-1: Leading their professional development to address societal and economical challenges.

PEO-2: Enhancing research and innovation to enable them to provide industrial solutions for engineering problems.

PEO-3: Have strong competence in the field of Electrical Engineering resulting in continuing education and successful careers.

PEO-4: Practice ethics social responsibility, teamwork, and leadership in their professional career.
On successful completion of degree, the students of department of electrical engineering are able to demonstrate 12 graduate attributes (GAs) as PLOs.  
1. Engineering Knowledge
2. Problem Analysis
3. Design/Development of Solutions
4. Investigation
5. Modern Tool Usage
6. The Engineer and Society
7. Environment and Sustainability 8. Ethics
9. Individual and Team Work
10. Communication
11. Project Management
12. Lifelong Learning
  CAREER PROSPECTS Electrical engineering is a practical discipline with a wide range of applications and diverse career opportunities. These ranges from basic circuit theory to the management skills required for a project manager. With the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) that involves smart devices and increased automation, electrical engineers are going to be in high demand. From solar-energy systems to mobile phones, electrical engineers innovate to meet society’s communication, technology and energy needs. Our graduates are expected to work on a variety of projects with research and development, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, communication systems, nanotechnology, control systems, instrumentation, microelectronics, electric power networks and many more through problem-solving techniques.  

LIST OF LABORATORIES
  • Electronics Lab
  • Digital Logic Design Lab
  • Circuit Lab
  • AC Machines Lab
  • DC Machines Lab
  • Signal Processing & Communication Lab
  • Control & Instrumentation Lab
  • R&D and Project Lab
  • Computer Lab
 
Total Semesters 08   Total Credit Hours 136  
Semester 1 Cr. Hr. Semester 2 Cr. Hr. Semester 3 Cr. Hr. Semester 4 Cr. Hr.
Introduction to Computing 1 Programming Fundamentals 3 Computer Aided Drawing 1 Sociology for Engineers 3
Introduction to Computing Lab 1 Programming Fundamentals Lab 1 Communication Skills 2 Linear Algebra 3
Functional English 2 Electrical Network Analysis 3 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 Introduction to Embedded System 3
Calculus and Analytical  Geometry 3 Electrical Network Analysis Lab 1 Data Structures and Algorithms Lab 1 Introduction to Embedded System Lab 1
Islamic Studies 2 Differential Equations 3 Complex Variable and Transforms 3 Probability methods in Engineering 3
Linear Circuit Analysis 3 Multivariable Calculus 3 Digital Logic Design 3 Signal and Systems 3
Linear Circuit Analysis Lab 1 Pakistan Studies 2 Digital Logic Design Lab 1 Signal and Systems Lab 1
Applied Physics 3 Electrical Engineering Workshop 1 Electronic Devices & Circuits 3    
Applied Physics Lab 1 Mechanical Engineering Workshop 1 Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab 1    
Semester 5 Cr. Hr. Semester 6 Cr. Hr. Semester 7 Cr. Hr. Semester 8 Cr. Hr.
Electrical Machines 3 Technical Report Writing 3 Technical Elective I 3 Technical Elective III 3
Electrical Machines Lab 1 Professional Ethics 3 Technical Elective I Lab 1 Technical Elective III Lab 1
Communication Systems 3 Breadth Core I 3 Technical Elective II 3 Technical Elective IV 3
Communication Systems Lab 1 Breadth Core I Lab 1 Technical Elective II Lab 1 Technical Elective IV Lab 1
Linear Control Systems 3 Breadth Core II 3 Entrepreneurship 3 Technical Elective V 3
Linear Control Systems Lab 1 Breadth Core II Lab 1 Applied Thermodynamics 3 Design Project (II) 3
Electromagnetic Field Theory 3 Engineering Economic & Management 3 Design Project (I) 3    
Basic Mechanical Engineering 2            
Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab 1            
Note:
  • List of technical elective courses for undergraduate program can be obtained from the department.
  • Supervised internship of at least 6 – 8 weeks is mandatory part of degree requirements.
   

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