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At Chakwal Campus, academic excellence is expected.

Chakwal Campus students live in an increasingly diverse, interconnected, ever-shrinking engineering world where borders mean less and collaboration, tolerance, and intercultural communication means more. For these reasons, Campus offers two engineering programs Electronics and Mechatronics, which have flexible curriculum enhanced in accordance to HEC and PEC recommended curriculum for engineering programs, with a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities, all of which are designed to provide Industrial world experiences, increase International Exposure and understanding, and install the values required for Industrial Exposure and Technical Knowledge..

Electronics Engineering Department

Electronics is one of the major fast growing industries. It covers a wide range of applications from household items to industrial electronic equipments. Wide range of electronic devices is used in oil, energy, agriculture, steel, petroleum and chemical industries. Electronics engineers can contribute in finding solutions to the practical problems faced by these industries.



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Mechatronics Engineering Department

For Small Headings: Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field of engineering that includes a combination of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, telecommunications engineering, control engineering and computer engineering..



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