University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila


UET Taxila
 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

The Department has taken the initiatives for implementing the Outcome Based Education (OBE) system effectively in 2015. In this regard, the department defined its broad objectives about the Engineering, leadership and continuous professional development skills for BSc Electronics Engineering program. The courses offered by the department prepares the students to achieve these skills and are built on the strong foundation on the basic principles of the electronic devices, circuits, systems and technology including mathematics, basic sciences and humanities. The written and oral communication skills are being developed among students. The undergraduate curriculum is carefully designed to cover different areas of the Electronics Engineering.

The department offers following areas of courses:

  • Electronics
  • Computer
  • Robotics
  • Telecommunication
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Embedded and Control Systems

Program Mission and Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)


Program Mission

Provide quality education in Electronics Engineering imparting sound engineering knowledge and skills in order to fulfill the demands of industry and services sector.

Program Educational Objectives

The Electronics Engineering graduates should achieve the following objectives within five years of their graduation:

PEO-1:

Proficiency in engineering knowledge and tools for the design, analysis and evaluation of complex engineering problems.

PEO-2:

Enhance their knowledge and skills while providing effective solutions keeping in view the environmental and societal aspects.

PEO- 3:

Contribute as a team member or manager, demonstrating professionalism.

Mapping of PEOs with Mission

 

Program Educational Objectives Key Phrases of Program Mission Key Phrases of UET Taxila Mission

PEO-1: Proficiency in engineering knowledge and tools for the design, analysis and evaluation of complex engineering problems.
  • Sound Engineering Knowledge and skills

 

  • Sound knowledge and skills
PEO-2: Enhance their knowledge and skills while providing effective solutions keeping in view the environmental and societal aspects.
  • Fulfill the demands of industry and services sector
  • Quality education in Electronics Engineering
  • Fulfill the needs of the Country
  • Highest Moral Values
PEO-3: Contribute as a team member or manager, demonstrating professionalism.
  • Sound Engineering Knowledge and skills
  • Sound knowledge and skills

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

The Department has adopted 12 Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) which are expected to be achieved by graduates at the end of the program. The PLOs are listed below.

PLO-1 Engineering Knowledge:

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

PLO-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.

PLO-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 environmental considerations.

PLO-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.

PLO-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.

PLO-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.

PLO-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.

PLO-8 Ethics:

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

PLO-9 Individual and Team Work:

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

PLO-10 Communication:

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

PLO-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.

PLO-12 Life long Learning:

An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue life long learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

Mapping of PLOs with PEOs

The relationship of PLOs with PEOs of the Department is shown by mapping in the following Table.

Mapping of PLO-s with PEO's

Program Learning Outcomes (PLO-s)

Program Education Objectives (PEO's)

PEO-1

PEO-2

PEO-3

PLO-1

PLO-2

PLO-3

PLO-4

PLO-5

PLO-6

PLO-7

PLO-8

PLO-9

PLO-10

PLO-11

PLO-12

The Department of Electronics Engineering follows the PEC/HEC guidelines for the coverage of BSc courses in Engineering and Non-Engineering domains. The current ratio of Engineering and Non-Engineering courses is 65.42/34.58 which is in-line with PEC/HEC guidelines. The curriculum is regularly revised in order to accommodate state of the art stakeholder's requirements.

Curriculum 2k18 and onwards

Curriculum upto 2k17 The details of the semester-wise BSc course plan and knowledge areas of subjects are given below.:

Semester # 1

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-111

Functional English

3+0=3

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

 

2

BH-112

Calculus and Analytical Geometry

3+0=3

Natural Sciences (Maths)

 

3

BH-113

Applied Physics

3+0=3

Natural Sciences (Physics)

 

4

CS-114

Introduction to Computers

2+1=3

Computing

 

5

EN-115

Basic Electronic Engineering

3+1=4

Engg. Foundation

BH-113 Applied Physics

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

14+2=16

 

 

Semester # 2

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-121

Communication Skills

3+0=2

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

BH-111 Functional English

2

BH-122

Pakistan Studies

2+0=3

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

 

3

BH-123

Linear Algebra

3+0=3

Natural Sciences (Maths)

BH-112 Calculus and Analytical Geometry

4

BH-124

Chemistry

3+0=3

Natural Sciences (Chem.)

CS-114 Introduction to Computers

 5

CS-125

Computer Programming

2+1=3

Computing

 

6

EN-126

Circuit Analysis – I

3+1=4

Engineering Foundation

EN-115 Basic Electronic Engineering; BH-113 Applied Physics

   

Total Cr. Hrs.

16+2=18

   
 

Semester # 3

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-211

Differential Equations

3+0=3

Natural Sciences (Maths)

BH-112 Calculus & Analytic Geometry    BH-123 Linear Algebra

2

EN-212

Computer Aided Engineering Design

0+1=1

Engineering Foundation

 

3

EN-213

Electronic Circuit Design

3+1=4

Engineering Foundation

EN-115 Basic Electronic Engineering; BH-113 Applied Physics

4

EN-214

Circuit Analysis – II

3+1=4

Engineering Foundation

BH-211 Differential Equations; EN-126 Circuit Analysis – I

5

EN-215

Digital Logic Design

3+1=4

Engineering Foundation

 

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

12+4=16

 

 

Semester # 4

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-221

Complex Variables and Transforms

3+0=3

Natural Sciences

BH-211 Differential Equations

2

EN-222

Probability and Random Variables

3+0=3

Engineering Foundation

BH-112 Calculus and Analytical Geometry

3

EN-223

Electric Machines

3+1=4

Major-Based Core (Breadth)

EN-214 Circuit Analysis – II

4

EN-224

Electromagnetic Field Theory

3+0=3

Engineering Foundation

BH-211 Differential Equations; BH-112 Calculus and Analytical Geometry

5

EN-225

Microprocessor and Microcontrollers

3+1=4

Major-Based Core (Breadth)

EN-215 Digital Logic Design

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

15+2=17

 

 

 

Semester # 5

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-311

Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills

3+0=3

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

BH-121 Communication Skills

2

BH-312

Sociology

3+0=3

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

 

3

EN-313

Integrated Electronics

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-213 Electronic Circuit Design; EN-214 Circuit Analysis – II

4

EN-314

Signal Processing

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Breadth)

BH-221 Complex Variable and Transforms,EN-214 Circuit Analysis – II

5

EN-315

Instrumentation and Measurements

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-214 Circuit Analysis – II

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

15+3=18

 

 

 

Semester # 6

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-321

Islamic Studies

2+0=2

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

 

2

BH-322

Psychology

3+0=3

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

BH-312 Sociology

3

BH-323

Engineering Economics

3+0=3

Management Sciences

 

4

EN-324

Analog and Digital Communications

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Breadth)

EN-213 Electronic Circuit Design, EN-222 Probability and Random Variables, EN-314 Signal Processing

5

EN-325

Control Systems

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Breadth)

EN-214 Circuit Analysis – II, EN-314 Signal Processing

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

14+2=16

 

 

Semester # 7

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

MS-411

Engineering Management

3+0=3

Non-Engg. (Management Sciences)

BH-322 Psychology,                           BH-323 Engineering Economics

2

EN-430

Digital Control Systems (Elective)

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-325 Control Systems

3

EN-432

Industrial Automation (Elective)

3+1=4

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-324 Analog and Digital Communications

4

EN/CS-455

Digital Image Processing (Elective)

3+0=3

Interdisciplinary Engineering (Breadth)

EN-314 Signal Processing

5

EN-445

FPGA-based System Design (Elective)

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-225 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

6

EN-444

VLSI Design (Elective)

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-313 Integrated Electronics

7

EN-499A

Electronic Engg. Project – I

0+3=3

Senior Design Project

BH-311 Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

12+5=17

 

 

 

Semester # 8

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

MS-421

Professional and Social Ethics

3+0=3

Non-Engg. (Humanities)

BH-312 Sociology

2

EN-447

Computer Architecture

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-215 Digital Logic Design

3

EN-443

Microelectronic Technology

3+0=3

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-313 Integrated Electronics

4

EN-446

Embedded System Design

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

CS-125 Computer Programming,               EN-225 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

5

EN-427

Power Electronics

3+1=4

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-213 Electronic Circuit Design,          EN-214 Circuit Analysis - II

6

EN-499B

Electronic Engg. Project – II

0+3=3

Senior Design Project

BH-311 Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills

 

 

Total Cr. Hrs.

9+5=14

 

 


List of Electives

           

Sr. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-requisite Courses  (if any)

1

BH-426

Numerical Methods

3+0

Computing

BH-123 Linear Algebra

2

EN-427

Power Electronics

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-213 Electronic Circuit Design; EN-214 Circuit Analysis – II

3

EN-451

Laser and Fiber Optics

3+0

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-313 Integrated Electronics, EN-224 Electromagnetic Field Theory

4

EN-453

Filter Design

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-214 CA-II,EN-213  Electronic Circuit Design

5

EN/CS-435

Introduction to Neural Networks

3+0

Major Based Course (Depth)

BH-123 Linear Algebra

6

EN/CS-436

Artificial Intelligence

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

CS-125 Computer Programming

7

EN-439

Biomedical Instrumentation

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-315 Instrumentation and Measurement. EN-313 Integrated Electronics

8

EN-440

Biomedical Signal Analysis

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-314 Signal Processing

9

EN-441

Medical Imaging

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-314 Signal Processing

10

EN-444

VLSI Design

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-313 Integrated Electronics

11

EN-445

FPGA-Based System Design

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-225 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

12

EN-442

Digital System Design

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-215 Digital Logic Design

13

EN-443

Microelectronic Technology

3+0

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-313 Integrated Electronics

14

EN-446

Embedded System Design

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

CS-125 Computer Programming, EN-225 MnM

15

EN-447

Computer Architecture

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-215 Digital Logic Design

16

EN-448

Microcomputer Systems

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-314 Signal Processing, EN-225 MnM

17

EN-449

Hardware Software Codesign Techniques

3+0

Major Based Course (Depth)

VLSI Design

18

EN-429

Linear Control System

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-325 Control Systems

19

EN-430

Digital Control System

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-325 Control Systems

20

EN-431

Industrial Control System

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-325 Control Systems

21

EN-434

Process Measurement Engineering

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-325 Control Systems

22

EN-432

Industrial Automation

3+1

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-325 Control Systems; EN-315 Instrumentation and Measurement

23

EN-433

Introduction to Robotics

3+1

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-325 Control Systems

24

EN-452

Wireless Sensor Networks

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-324 Analog and Digital Communications

25

EN-450

Digital Instrumentation Systems

3+0

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-315 InM, EN-313 IE

26

EN-428

Industrial Electronics

3+1

Major Based Course (Depth)

Power Electronics

27

EN-437

Mechatronic Applications

3+1

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-325 Control Systems, MnM

28

EN/CS-438

Fuzzy Logic and Simulation

3+0

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-215 Digital Logic Design

29

EN-454

Digital Signal Processing

3+0

Major Based Course (Depth)

EN-314 Signal Processing

30

EN/CS-455

Digital Image Processing

3+0

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-314 Signal Processing

31

EN-456

Digital Speech Processing

3+1

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

EN-314 Signal Processing

32

EN/CS-457

Pattern Recognition and Matching

3+0

Inter-Disciplinary Engg. (Breadth)

BH-123 Linear Algebra


Labs Infrastructure

The department has eleven laboratories which have state-of-art equipment to fulfill the needs of Electronics Engineering. The list of Labs is given below:

Electronics laboratory is to provide an environment to the students at Electronics Engineering department where they can perform the most basic experiments related to electronic circuits. In addition to this, students are introduced to the functionality and usage of state-of-the-art electronic equipment. This lab supports the practical experiments of the multiple courses including Electronics Circuit Design, Linear Circuit Analysis, Circuit Analysis-I, Circuit Analysis-II, Basic Electronics Engineering. There are seven workstations equipped with the technologically advanced equipment including Oscilloscopes, Arbitrary Waveform Generators, Programmable Digital Power Supply, Portable Analog Digital Trainer, and Digital Multimeter. These workstations are the best known for their ability to verify the concepts analog electronics.

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director                           

Dr. Adil Usman      

Lab Engineer  

Engr. Hafiza Misbah Younis 

Lab Supervisor

Mr. Muhammad Ashfaq

Lab Attendant

Mr. Sabir Hussain

Semester-Wise Lab Courses Conducted in Respective Lab:

Semester

Course

Semester 1

Linear Circuit Analysis

Semester 2

Basic Electronic Engineering, Circuit Analysis-I

Semester 3

Circuit Analysis-II, Electronic Circuit Design

Workshop/project Lab is equipped with all the basic electronic equipment which is used for electrical wiring and electronic circuits. Use of tools used by electricians, wiring regulations, types of cables and electric accessories including switches, plugs, circuit breakers, fuses etc., symbols for electrical wiring schematics e.g. switches, lamps, sockets etc., drawing and practice in simple house wring and testing methods, wiring schemes of two-way and three-way circuits and ringing circuits, voltage and current measurements. Electric soldering and soldering tools; soldering methods and skills, PCB designing, transferring a circuit to PCB, etching, drilling and soldering component on PCB testing. Students work on Final Year and Semester Projects in this lab throughout the year. Training session Human and Machine Safety is also conducted in this Lab i-e concepts in electrical safety, safety regulations, earthing concepts, electric shocks and treatment.

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Muhammad Faraz

Lab Engineer

Engr. Shujaat Hussain Shah

Lab Supervisor

Mr. Masood-ul-Hassan

Lab Attendant

Mr. Muhammad Sidduqe

Digital Electronics laboratory is to provide facility to the students at Electronics Engineering department where they can perform the experiments related to Digital Electronics Environment. In addition to this, students are introduced to the functionality and usage of state-of-the-art National Instruments electronic equipment. This lab supports the practical experiments of the multiple courses like Integrated Electronics and Digital Logic Design. There are six workstations equipped with the technologically advanced equipment including NI ELVES-II Hardware & Software, PC based instruments, Advanced Programmable Digital Power Supply, Advanced Digital Multimeter, NI Lab View Software. These workstations are the best known for their ability to verify the concepts of digital electronics.

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Adil Usman

Lab Engineer

Engr. Hafiza Misbah Younis

Lab Supervisor

Mr. Muhammad Ashfaq

Lab Attendant

Mr. Sabir Hussain

Semester-Wise Lab Courses Conducted in Respective Lab:

Semester

Course

Semester 3

Digital Logic Design

Semester 5

Integrated Electronics

The Computer Lab is an open, general-purpose and well-equipped lab providing computer technology as well as technological support for effective computing to help students in completing course work. The Computer Lab offers a variety of hardware and software for student use that setup to support courses at Department of Electronics Engineering.

Lab Organogram:

Director

Engr. Tahir Iqbal

Lab Engineer

Engr. Muhammad Umar Khan

Junior Programmer

Mr. Muzammal Majeed

Lab Attendant

Mr. Fiaz Baig

Lab Courses:

  • Digital Image Processing……………………………..............................(7th Semester)        
  • Signal Processing…………………………………………………………………… (5th Semester)                                   
  • Computer Fundamentals & Programming……………………………… (1st Semester)
  • Object Oriented Programming……………………………………………… (2nd Semester)
  • Signals & Systems…………………………………………………………………. (5th Semester)

Control Systems Laboratory provides a “hands-on” environment that is crucial for developing students’ understanding of theoretical concepts. Instrumentation and Control laboratory is housed with different instruments like temperature measurement, level detection, pressure measurement, flow measurement etc. and Controllers like HVAC Trainer for Temperature, DC Motor Trainer for Speed and Position Control and Coupled Tank for the Level Control. On different modes these are arranged in different control configurations to achieve specific control objectives.

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Khawaja Shafiq Haider. 

Lab Engineer

Shujaat Hussain Shah

Lab Supervisor

Mr. Masood-ul-Hassan

Lab Attendant

Mr. Tahir Nadeem

Lab Courses:

Semester

Lab Course

5

Instrumentation & Measurement, Control System

The Digital Signal Processing and Communication Lab is a teaching lab established with the objective of advancing the conceptual understanding of students and researchers. The lab focuses on the concepts of filter design, spectral analysis and the transform domain techniques of system and signal analysis using hardware implementation on DSP processors. The lab is also equipped for training students in analogue and digital communication course using NI Emona DATEx trainers.

Lab Organogram:

Director

Dr. Aamir Rashid

Lab Engineer

Engr. Muhammad Umar Khan

Supervisor

Muzammal Majeed

Lab Attendant

Mr. Muhammad Siddique

Lab Courses:

  • Analog and Digital Communication
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Computer Architecture

Embedded systems lab provides students with hands-on experience on design of digital systems that range from simple logic circuits to advanced microcontroller and microprocessor-based systems. The lab comprises of ten workstations, each of which is equipped with a digital trainer system, power supply, function generator, and an oscilloscope.

There is also a complete setup for design of microcontroller-based systems, which includes the necessary software and hardware programming tools.  Lab facilities are also utilized by the students for their final year projects related to microcontrollers and digital systems

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Bilal Aslam

Lab Engineer

Engr. Muhammad Tahir khan

Lab Supervisor

Mr. Farhan Ghafoor

Lab Attendant

Mr. Tahir Nadeem

Lab Courses:

Semester

Lab Course

1

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

2

Embedded System Design

VLSI Laboratory formerly known as Center of Excellence for ASIC Design and DSP is the state-of-the-art facility, equipped with hardware and software tools for High Speed Digital System Architectures, Chip Designing, and Simulations. This single lab covers implementation of Digital Logic, FPGA based Digital Systems Design, Computer Architecture and Digital Signal Processing applications. This lab is equipped with Xilinx FPGAs (Artix VII, Vertex IV, Spartan VI &III) with Verilog as the core HDL. MICROBLAZE, PICOBLAZE AND POWER PC are embedded processors covered in advanced courses. Test and measurement equipment for advanced testing and verification are also available

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Syed Azhar Ali Zaidi

Lab Engineer

Engr. Sumair Aziz

Lab Supervisor:

Mr. Farhan Ghafoor

Lab Attendant

Mr. Muhammad Yaqoob

Semester wise labs- Table:

Semester

Lab Course

1

Computer Aided Engineering Design

2

FPGA Based System Design

3

Computer Architecture

4

VLSI Design

To familiarize students with instrumentation, measurement techniques and data analysis and allow them to perform laboratorial work in Electronics and Instrumentation

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Usman Masud

Lab Engineer

Engr. Shujaat Hussain

Lab Supervisor

Mr. Farhan Ghafoor

Lab Courses:

Instrumentation & Measurement

Lab Organogram:

Lab Director

Dr. Syed Zohaib Hassan Naqvi

Lab Engineer

Engr. Muhammad Umar Khan

OBE CELL and Structure

The Department of Electronics Engineering started work on Outcome Based System of Education in year 2015 by considering guidelines given by Pakistan Engineering Council in its OBA manual. Following is the brief glimpses of initiatives to adopt Outcome based Assessment at Department of Electronics Engineering, UET Taxila.

OBE Cell

Department has taken initiative to establish an OBE cell in order to execute the OBE system related activities. The computational work required by assessment, subject and Program committees is done in this cell. This cell also keep records of batch wise results and CQI processes and evidences for improvement.

Framework for CQI in Faculty of Electronics and Electrical engineering is presented below. The Framework is approved from Statutory Bodies and it defines the responsibility of statutory body at each level of CQI.

Framework for CQI in Faculty of Electronics & Electrical Engineering

Sr. No.

Statutory Body

Responsible for CQI at

1

Board of Undergraduate Studies (BoUGS)

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) /

Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) Level Curriculum

2

Board of Faculty (BoF)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) Level Curriculum

3

Academic Council/ Syndicate

Revision/Approval of PEOs/PLOs/Curriculum

4

Industrial Advisory Board

Keep curriculum , PEOs up-to-date and fulfill current needs of industry


Departmental OBE Structure

The overall OBE/CQI structure in the department run as depicted below:

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Academics

 

 
University of Engineering and Technology Taxila, Department of Electronics Engineering, 051 9047721
 

About the university

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About Electronics Engg. Dept.

The Department of Electronics Engineering started in 2010 with an enrollment of 60 undergraduate students per year. The department is housed in the historic building of laboratory block....
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