Bachelor of Civil Engineering

//Bachelor of Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Civil Engineering 2018-07-27T12:19:38+00:00

Overview

Civil Engineering is described as the art of substainably harnessing the natural environment to meet human needs. The success of this endeavor is evident all around us. The arid plain which greeted the early settlers in Southern California has been transformed into a thriving metropolis largely by the application of civil engineering.

The educational mission of the Civil Engineering program is to provide students with an multidisciplinary curriculum that is fundamental, yet broad and flexible, to produce graduates who are well-grounded in mathematical, scientific, and technical knowledge; have the ability to analyze, evaluate, and design civil engineering systems; have the ability to communicate effectively; have had meaningful opportunities for undergraduate research; and who have acquired an understanding and appreciation for global and societal issues and are thus prepared for a career path toward leadership in industry, government, and academia.

Roadmap

Student must study 136 Credit Hour. Some courses are compulsory to meet the requirement of your degree and are labelled as core course. Others are optional and are labelled as elective.

136

The following courses will be covered in this program of study.

SEMESTER 1
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-111 Civil Engineering Materials (Part-I) 3
CE-112 Civil Engineering Materials (Part-II) 1
CE-121 Civil Engineering Drawing (Part-I) 1
CE-122 Civil Engineering Drawing (Part-II) 1.5
CE-131 Introduction to Computer Programming (Part-I) 2
CE-132 Introduction to Computer Programming (Part-II) 1
IP-101 Islamiat and Pak Studies-I 3
MA-104 Mathematics-I 3
SEMESTER 2
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-141 Elementary Surveying (Part-I) 2
CE-142 Elementary Surveying (Part-II) 1.5
CE-151 Engineering Mechanics (Part-I) 2
CE-152 Engineering Mechanics (Part-II) 1
CE-161 Writing and Communication Skills 3
EM-101 Electro-Mechanical Engineering (Part-I) 2
EM-102 Electro-Mechanical Engineering (Part-II) 1
MA-105 Mathematics-II 3
SEMESTER 3
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-201 Engineering Geology (Part-I) 2
CE-202 Engineering Geology (Part-II) 1
CE-211 Surveying and GIS-RS Applications (Part-I) 2
CE-212 Surveying and GIS-RS Applications (Part-II) 2
CE-221 Strength of Materials (Part-I) 3
CE-222 Strength of Materials (Part-II) 1
CE-281 Fluid Mechanics-I (Part-I) 2
CE-282 Fluid Mechanics-I (Part-II) 1
MA-240 Probability and Statistics 2
SEMESTER 4
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-231 Structural Analysis I 3
CE-251 Civil Engineering Construction and Graphics (Part-I) 2
CE-252 Civil Engineering Construction and Graphics (Part-II) 1
CE-261 Civil Engineering Practice (Part-I) 3
CE-262 Civil Engineering Practice (Part-II) 1
CE-271 Geotechnical Engineering- I (Part-I) 3
CE-272 Geotechnical Engineering -I (Part-II) 1
MA-230 Numerical Analysis 3
SEMESTER 5
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-311 Engineering Hydrology (Part-I) 2
CE-312 Engineering Hydrology (Part-II) 1
CE-331 Structural Analysis -II 2
CE-351 Steel Structures (Part-I) 3
CE-352 Steel Structures (Part-II) 1
CE-361 Engineering Economy and Project Management (Part-I) 3
CE-362 Engineering Economy and Project Management (Part-II) 1
CE-371 Geotechnical Engineering -II (Part-I) 3
CE-372 Geotechnical Engineering-II (Part-II) 1
CE-381 Technical Writing and Presentation Skills 2
SEMESTER 6
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-321 Structural Mechanics (Part-I) 3
CE-322 Structural Mechanics (Part-II) 1
CE-341 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -I (Part-I) 3
CE-342 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -I (Part-II) 1
CE-381 Fluid Mechanics -II (Part-I) 3
CE-382 Fluid Mechanics -II (Part-II) 1
CE-371 Social Sciences* 2
IP-201 Islamiat and Pak Studies-II 3
SEMESTER 7
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-411 Hydraulics Engineering (Part-I) 3
CE-412 Hydraulics Engineering (Part-II) 1
CE-431 Structural Engineering (Part-I) 3
CE-432 Structural Engineering (Part-II) 1
CE-441 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -II (Part-I) 3
CE-442 Plain and Reinforced Concrete -II (Part-II) 1
CE-461 Transportation Engineering (Part-I) 3
CE-462 Transportation Engineering (Part-II) 1
SEMESTER 8
Course Code Course Name Cr. Hours
CE-451 Design of Structures (Part-I) 2
CE-452 Design of Structures (Part-II) 1
CE-461 Environmental Engineering (Part-I) 3
CE-462 Environmental Engineering (Part-II) 1
CE-471 Pavement and Foundation Engineering 3
CE-481 Irrigation Engineering (Part-I) 3
CE-482 Irrigation Engineering (Part-II) 1
CE-499 Project 3

Eligibility Criteria

For B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
  • Eligibility Criteria:
    • 60% marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering)/A level* (Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry) or DAE in Electrical/Electronic Technology.

For B.Sc. Civil Engineering
  • Eligibility Criteria:
    • 60% marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering)/A level* (Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry) or DAE in Civil Engineering.
Note*: A level students are required to submit IBCC equivalent certificate. There is a quota of 2% allocated for DAE students.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) for Civil Engineering

The graduates of USA will demonstrate the following attributes for the organization they join:

1. Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

3. Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmentalconsiderations.

4. Investigation: An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.

5. Modern Tool Usage: An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The Engineer and Society: An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.

7. Environment and Sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

9. Individual and Team Work: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project Management: An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

12. Lifelong Learning: An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

Assessment

  • A semester is a sixteen weeks of continuous studies.
  • As per HEC requirement, fifty minutes of class lecture or 100 minutes of supervised lab work done during sixteen weeks of a semester is called a credit hour.
  • Grade Point Average (GPA) is a number that indicates a student’s average grade.
GPA GRADE
GPA 4.0 A
GPA 3.0 B
GPA 2.0 C
GPA 1.0 D
  • Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the overall GPA earned by the student during the entire tenure of studies. Bachelors (Hons) students are required to obtain a CGPA of 2.0 to graduate.
  • The total number of 40 to 42 courses with a total of 132 credit hours are required to complete a 4-year Bachelor degree program. Additionally, 6 to 12 credit hours of project work is required.
  • Students have to repeat courses with lower GPA to reach a CGPA of 2.0.
  • There are two exams conducted during each semester: mid-term and final-term.
EXAM PERCENTAGE(%)
Mid-Term 20%
Final-Term 40%
Class Attendance 10%
Assignment,Quizzes 30%
  • No supplementary tests are conducted. Students failing in a subject are required to repeat the entire course.
  • Students found guilty of cheating are fined Rs. 10,000 and are required to repeat the course.
  • Student can freeze their semesters by submitting an application to the Director of Student Affairs. A maximum of three semesters can be frozen.
  • Students must report back within the given time failing which their admission will be cancelled.
  • The fee to freeze a semester is Rs. 2,500.
  • Fee deposited for a particular semester cannot be ‘carry-forward’ for another semester even if the student opts to use the freeze option.

 Fee Structure

Admission Fee 2018-07-24T10:26:08+00:00
Admission Fee
Admission Fee (One time Charges at the time of admission) 25000 (For all degree programs)
Faculty of Engineering & Technology 2018-07-26T07:04:03+00:00
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & Technology
Undergraduate Programs Semester Fee Total Fee
Bachelor of Civil Engineering 125,000 1,000,000
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering 125,000 1,000,000
Graduate Programs    
Master of Structural Engineering 75,000 300,000
Master of Electrical Engineering 75,000 300,000
Post Graduate Programs    
PhD Electrical Engineering 80,000 480,000

Note:

1. Fee for the first semester is payable at the time of admission.
2. Fee for subsequent semesters is payable on first Saturday of December and May.
3. Separate per course fee is charged for Summer Semester that is payable at the time of enrolment.
4. Fee bills are distributed to students in classes and are also available at the accounts office. They can also be printed from the Student portal when the fee becomes due.
5. It is the responsibility of the student to submit the fees before the last date.
6. After due date fine will be charged for late payments
7. Students failing to clear the fee within two weeks past the due date will be denied entry into the campus.
8. Students will not to be allowed to sit in the exam if their dues are not clear