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CURRICULUM
OF
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

BSc/BE & MSc/ME

Revised 2015


HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION

ISLAMABAD


CURRICULUM DIVISION, HEC

Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed Chairman, HEC

Mr. Fida Hussain Director General (Acad)

Ms. Ghayyur Fatima Director (Curri)

Mr. Rizwan Shoukat Deputy Director (Curri)

Mr. Abid Wahab Assistant Director (Curri)

Mr. Riaz-ul-Haque Assistant Director (Curri)

Composed by: Mr. Zulfiqar Ali, HEC, Islamabad



Table of Contents
Introduction 6

Minutes of the Preliminary Meeting 6

Minutes of the Final Meeting 10

Sub-Committees of NCRC on Electronic Engineering 14

Electronic Engineering 15

Learning objectives 15

Expected Outcomes 15

Curriculum Review Basis – Undergraduate Degrees 16

Curriculum Review Basis – Graduate Degrees 16

Undergraduate Degree Programs 17

Scheme of Studies for Undergraduate Degrees 17

Abbreviations Used 19

Framework Comparison 20


Details of Undergraduate Core Courses 21

Details of Undergraduate Elective Courses 63

Annexures A, B, C and D 64
Graduate Degree Programs

Scheme of Studies for Graduate Degrees 87

Details of Graduate Elective Courses 91

Recommendations 93


PREFACE
The curriculum, with varying definitions, is said to be a plan of the teaching-learning process that students of an academic programme are required to undergo. It includes objectives & learning outcomes, course contents, scheme of studies, teaching methodologies and assessment methods. Since knowledge in all disciplines and fields is expanding at a fast pace and new disciplines are also emerging; it is imperative that curricula be developed and revised accordingly.
University Grants Commission (UGC) was designated as the competent authority to develop, review and revise curricula beyond Class-XII vide Section 3, Sub-Section 2 (ii), Act of Parliament No. X of 1976 titled “Supervision of Curricula and Textbooks and Maintenance of Standard of Education”. With the repeal of UGC Act, the same function was assigned to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) under its Ordinance of 2002, Section 10, Sub-Section 1 (v).
In compliance with the above provisions, the Curriculum Division of HEC undertakes the revision of curricula after every three years through respective National Curriculum Revision Committees (NCRCs) which consist of eminent professors and researchers of relevant fields from public and private sector universities, R&D organizations, councils, industry and civil society by seeking nominations from their organizations.
In order to impart quality education which is at par with international standards, HEC NCRCs have developed unified templates as guidelines for the development and revision of curricula in the disciplines of Basic Sciences, Applied Sciences, Social Sciences, Agriculture and Engineering in 2007 and 2009.
It is hoped that this curriculum document, prepared by the respective NCRC’s, would serve the purpose of meeting our national, social and economic needs, and it would also provide the level of competency specified in Pakistan Qualification Framework to make it compatible with international educational standards. The curriculum is also placed on the website of HEC (www.hec.gov.pk).
(Fida Hussain)

Director General (Academics)
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
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Introduction:


The role of science and engineering in the economic development of a nation and the prosperity of its people is very important and it is imperative for a nation to train its workforce in contemporary science and engineering. At the same time, knowledge is expanding rapidly and new courses and disciplines are emerging at a fast pace. In the light of this situation, it is essential to periodically review and update the science and engineering curricula to stay at par with the international standards. The Higher Education Commission (HEC) ensures that the curricula are reviewed and updated periodically through National Curriculum Revision Committees.
The National Curriculum Revision Committee (NCRC) on Electronic Engineering held two meetings in 2014 and 2015 to revise the electronic engineering curriculum that was prepared in 2008. In April 2007, the Higher Education Commission approved the new engineering curriculum framework. The National Curriculum Revision Committee held a meeting in November 2014 to bring the electronic engineering curriculum in line with the new framework. The committee held its final meeting in April 2015 at the Higher Education Commission in Islamabad for a final review and approval of the curriculum. The committee, after a thorough review, approved the curriculum in the meeting.
Minutes of the Meeting Held in November 2014
A meeting of the National Curriculum Revision Committee (NCRC) on Electronic Engineering took place on November 24 to 26 2014, at the Regional Centre of the Higher Education Commission in Karachi. The objective of the meeting was to revise the electronic engineering curriculum for bringing it in line with the BS Engineering Program framework approved by HEC in April 2007.
The following members of the committee were present in the meeting:


Sr. No.

Name & Address

Status



Dr. Muhammad Junaid Mughal

Professor,

Department of Electrical Engg,

COMSATS Institute of information Technology, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad,



Convener



Dr. Faisal Amir

Assistant Professor,

Dean Faculty of Electronics & Power Engineering Department, NUST-PN Engineering College,

National University of Sciences and Technology,

Habib Rehmat Ullah Road,

Karachi.



Secretary



Dr. Muhammad Ilyas Menhas

Assistant Professor,

Department of Electrical Engineering ( Power),

Mirpur University of Sciences and Technology, Kotli

(AJK)


Member



Prof. Engr. Muhammad Khalid

Professor/Chairman/HOD,

Department of Electrical Engineering,

The University of Poonch,

Rawalakot.


Member



Dr. Faizullah Maher

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering,

Balochistan University of Engg & Technology, Khuzdar,


Member



Dr. Zahid Rauf,

Associate Professor/Chairperson

Department of Electrical Engineering

Balochistan University of IT, Engineering and

Management Sciences (BUITEMS), Airport Road, Quetta.


Member



Dr. Tuseef Tauqeer

Assistant professor,

Department of Electrical Engineering,

NUST-School of Electrical Engineering & Computer,

National University of Sciences & Technology, H-12, Islamabad.


Member



Dr. Haroon –ur- Rashid.

Associate Professor (Principal Engineer)

Department of Electrical Engineering

Pakistan Institute of Engg & Applied Sciences, (PIEAS)

Nilore, Islamabad.


Member



Mr. Shahab ud Din,

CEO, Restek Technologies,

Office No. 22-Zaki Centre, I-8 Markaz,

Islamabad.



Member



Engr. Wajid Mehmood,

Assistant Professor,

Department of Electronic Engineering

University of Engineering & Technology,

College Road, Mandian,

Abbottabad



Member



Dr. Muhammad Amjad

Assistant Professor,

Department of Electronic Engineering,

The Islamia University,

Bahawalpur.


Member



Ch. Abdur Rasul

Assistant Professor,

University College of Engineering & Technology,

University of Sargodha, Sargodha.



Member



Dr. Taj Mohammad Baloch

Professor/ Director QEC

Department of Computer Sciences

Benazir Bhutto Shaheed university Lyari,

Karachi.


Member



Prof. Dr. Abdul Waheed Umrani

Professor/Dean,

Department of Telecommunication Engineering,

Dawood university of Engg, & Technology, M A Jinnah Road, Karachi.



Member



Prof. Dr. Vali Uddin,

Registrar/Dean, Faculty of Engg, Science & Technology,

Hamdard Institute of Engineering & Technology,

Hamdard University, Madina-al-Hikmat,

Muhammad Bin Qasim Avenue, Karachi.


Member



Dr. Syed Muhammad Usman Ali

Department of Electronic Engineering,

NED University of Engineering & Technology,

Karachi.


Member



Prof. Dr. Muhammad Usman Keerio

Professor/Dean,

Department of Electrical Engg.

Quaid-e-Awam University of Engg & Technology, Nawabshah.



Member



Dr. Muhammad Azhar Iqbal,

Professor,

Department of Physics, University of the Punjab, Lahore.


Member



Prof. Dr. Abdul Fattah Chandio,

Principal,

Quaid-e-Awam University College of Engineering & Technology, Larkana.


Member



Mr. Muhammad Asif

Assistant Professor

Electronic Engineering,

Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi.



Member

The meeting started with the recitation of the Holy Quran. Mr. Riaz-ul-Haque, Assistant Director (Curriculum), HEC, Islamabad, welcomed the participants on behalf of the Chairman HEC and briefed the participants on the policies of HEC and PEC (Pakistan Engineering Council) about the revision of the engineering curricula in the light of the BS Engineering Program framework. The house unanimously selected Prof. Muhammad Junaid Mughal, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad as Convener & Dr. Faisal Amir, Assistant Professor, Dean Faculty of Electronics & Power Engineering Department, NUST-PNEC, National University of Sciences and Technology, Karachi as Secretary of the meeting. Mr. Haque requested the Convener to conduct proceedings of all technical sessions of the meeting for three days. The convener thanked the participants for his selection and started proceedings of the meeting in accordance with the agenda.


The Convener, Prof. Dr. M. Junaid Mughal, briefed the curriculum revision committee on the need of having a new engineering curricula for BS/BE and MS Electronics program. He said that the objective of the program was to bring the engineering program at par with the international standards and meet the needs of the industry. He further said that the key considerations in the engineering education should be to give the students a strong engineering foundation, improve their communication skills, develop and promote problem-solving and self-learning skills, and expose the students to the social sciences. The committee, after in-depth discussions, revised the electronic engineering curriculum and brought it in line with the approved BS Engineering Program framework.
The Committee revisited the curriculum subject-wise. After three days of rigorous deliberations, the committee unanimously proposed the outlines of the draft curriculum for the BS/BE/BSc & MS/ME/MSc degrees, which will be considered in the final meeting of NCRC scheduled within three months’ time. Following sub-committees were made to discuss various disciplines of the curriculum:


S.No.

Broad Areas

Committee Members

1

Electronics & Circuits

1. Eng Wajid Mehmood

2. Prof Dr M Azhar

3. Dr Tauseef Tauqeer

4. Prof Dr Taj Muhammad Baloch



Power & Industrial Electronics

5 Dr Abdul Rasool

6. Prof Dr S M Usman Ali

7. Eng Shahab-ud-din

8. Dr M Amjad



2

Digital Domain

& Computer



1. Prof Dr Khalid

2. Prof Dr Harron ur Rasheed

3. Prof Dr M Usman


3

Control, Signal Processing

1. Dr M Ilyas Menhas

2. Eng M Asif

3. Prof Dr Vali ud Din

4. Dr Faizullah



4

Communications & Electromagnetics

1. Dr Abdul Waheed Umrani

2. Dr Abdul Fattah Chandio

3. Dr Zahid Rauf

4. Dr Junaid

5. Dr Faisal Amir


5

Natural Sciences & Humanities

Combined review – all members











At the end of the meeting, Mr. Riaz-ul-Haque thanked all members of the committee for their efforts in the revision of the electronic engineering curriculum. The Convener, Prof. Dr. M. Junaid Mughal, closed the meeting with a vote of thanks on behalf of all committee members to HEC for its efforts on the advancement of higher education. He thanked all members of the committee for their dedicated, persistent hard work in the revision of the curriculum. He requested the members of the committee to convey his requital to their respective institutions for supporting this task of national importance. Finally, he thanked Mr. Riaz-ul-Haque and the staff of the HEC Regional Centre Karachi for their dedicated support of the committee in conducting its business.


MINUTES OF THE FINAL MEETING:
The final meeting of National Curriculum Revision Committee (NCRC) in the discipline of Electronic Engineering was held from April 14-16, 2015 at HEC Regional Centre, Lahore to revise and prepare the final draft curriculum for BS/BE/BSc & MS/ME/MSc levels of Electronic Engineering discipline. The following members attended the meeting:


Sr. No

Name & Address

Status

1

Dr. Muhammad Junaid Mughal

Professor, Department of Electrical Engg,

COMSATS Institute of information Technology,

Chak Shahzad, Islamabad,



Convener

2

Dr. Faisal Amir

Assistant professor,

Dean, Department of Electronic & Power Engineering/

NUST-PNEC, Habib Rehmat Ullah Road,

Karachi.


Secretary

3

Prof. Engr. Muhammad Khalid

Professor/Chairman/HOD,

Department of Electrical Engineering,

The University of Poonch, Rawalakot. AJK




Member

4

Dr. Faizullah Mahar

Associate professor,

Department of Electrical Engineering,

Balochistan University of Engg & Technology,

Khuzdar,



Member

5

Dr. Zahid Rauf,

Associate professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

Balochistan University of IT, Engineering and

Management Sciences( BUITEMS),

Airport Road. Quetta.



Member

6

Dr. Muhammad Ilyas Menhas

Assistant Professor,

Department of Electrical Engineering ( Power),

Mirpur University of Sciences and Technology,

Kotli ( AJK).


Member

7

Dr. Tuseef Tauqeer

Assistant professor,

Department of Electrical Engineering,

NUST-School of Electrical Engineering & Computer, National University of Sciences & Technology, H-12, Islamabad.



Member

8

Dr. Haroon –ur- Rashid.

Professor,(Deputy Chief Engineer)

Department of Electrical Engineering

Pakistan institute of Engg & Applied Sciences, (PIEAS) Nilore, Islamabad.



Member

9

Mr. Shahab ud Din,

CEO,


Restek Technologies,

B-235, Block “B” Satellite Town,

Rawalpindi.


Member

10

Engr. Wajid Mehmood,

Assistant Professor,

Department of Electronic Engineering

University of Engineering & Technology,

College Road, Mandian Abbottabad.


Member

11

Dr. Muhammad Amjad

Assistant Professor,

Department of Electronic Engineering,

The Islamia University,

Bahawalpur.


Member

12

Ch. Abdur Rasul

Assistant professor,

University College of Engineering & Technology,

University of Sargodha,

Sargodha.


Member

13

Dr. Taj Mohammad Baloch

Professor/ Director QEC

Department of Computer Sciences

Benazir Bhutto Shaheed university Layari,

Karachi.


Member

14

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Usman Keerio

Professor/Dean,

Department of Electrical Engg.

Quaid-e-Awam University of Engg & Technology

Nawabshah.


Member

15

Dr. Muhammad Azhar Iqbal,

Professor and chairman

Department of Physics,

University of the Punjab, Lahore.



Member

16

Porf. Dr. Samreen Amir

Chairperson

Department of Electronic Engineering

DUET Karachi



Member

17

Dr. Tayab Din Memon

Assistant Professor

Electronic Engineering

MUET. Jamshoro.



Member

18

Prof. Dr. A. Fatah Chandio,

Principal

QUEST Engineering College

Larkana.



Member

19

Muhammad Asif

Assistant Professor

Sir Syed UET

Karachi.


Member

20

Prof. Dr. Kamran

Chairman/Professor

Department of Electrical Engg. And Telecom Engg.

UET, Lahore.




Member

21

Dr.Irfan Chaudhary

Associate Professor

Dept of C S & E,

UET, Lahore.



Member

The meeting started with recitation of Verses from the Holy Quran by Mr. Rizwan Shoukat, Deputy Director (Curriculum), HEC. Mr. Nazeer Hussain, Director, HEC Regional Centre, Lahore, welcomed the participants of the meeting on behalf of the Chairman HEC. He thanked the members of the committee for their efforts and their quality contribution in the preparation of the curriculum. He also thanked the Convener, Prof. Dr. M. Junaid Mughal, for taking personal interest in the development of the curriculum and for excellent coordination of the efforts of the committee.


At the beginning of the regular agenda, the Convener, Prof. Dr. M. Junaid Mughal, discussed the curriculum that the committee members had prepared in the first meeting and thanked the members for providing additional information for the curriculum after the first meeting. He gave an overview on the current Outcome Based Education (OBE) system implementation by PEC, and said that with the revised curriculum and implementation of OBE in all educational institutions of Pakistan, we should be hopeful that we will have quality graduates quality and fit to compete with the graduates of the advanced world.
The members of the committee who were unable to attend the first meeting were given time to share their thoughts on the draft curriculum prepared in the first meeting; copies of the draft curriculum had been distributed to all members of the committee before the meeting. This activity was followed by discussion from all members of the committee on the course and lab outlines and book recommendations. The committee members approved the curriculum after in-depth discussions and extensive work on all aspects of the curriculum. The highlights of the curriculum approved by the committee members include the following:
a. Course outlines have been thoroughly reviewed and revised.

b. Course outlines and book recommendations have been added for the graduate core courses.

c. Lab outlines have been updated.

d. Complete information on the recommended books, including the authors, book titles, editions, publication years, publishers, and ISBNs, has been provided.


At the end of the meeting, Mr. Nazeer Hussain once again thanked the members of the committee and told them that the committee would remain in effect until a new committee was formed to revise the curriculum.
The Convener, Prof. Dr. Junaid Mughal, closed the meeting with vote of thanks on behalf of all committee members to HEC for its efforts on the advancement of higher education and for providing a platform at the national level to bring together the experts from various institutions to develop the electronic engineering curriculum. He thanked all members of the committee for their dedication, hard work, and excellent teamwork in the preparation of the revised curriculum. He requested the members of the committee to convey his gratitude to their respective institutions for support of this task of national importance. Finally, he thanked Mr. Nazeer Hussain and the staff of the HEC Regional Centre, Lahore, for their dedicated support to the committee and generous hospitality.


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