ICBS Faculty

Department of Civil Engineering Technology

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The main emphasis of B.Sc. Civil Engineering Technology Program is to provide the students with a sound foundation of mathematics and other sciences and to utilize their knowledge in solving problems of structure, irrigation and hydraulics, soil mechanics, foundations, highways and environmental engineering. It enables the students to know about the operation and maintenance of projects and gives them on-job training to work independently on projects, handle repairs, set up tools and other equipment required for engineering works. Our students are also trained to use the engineering software for construction.
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Mission Statement

Students are trained as technologists to face various challenges of the industry. They are trained in basic techniques, skills and the use of modern tools, as a result of this training, they are able to utilize their knowledge and skills in modern surveying for land measurements and execution of construction projects. Our graduates are in great demand in local as well as abroad construction industries.

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Admission Criteria

50% marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering) or Equivalent Qualification A-level / ICS / DAE / B.Sc. (Excluding sports and Hafiz-e-Quran)
Qualifying the Entry Test
The Induction Weightage is 70% weightage to F. Sc. Or Equivalent / ICS / DAE / B.Sc. 30% to Entry Test. The student should have at least 50% overall adjusted admission marks computed from above ratios. Equivalence of the Examination passed by the candidate shall be determined by Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) and eligibility by the concerned HEI.

Message from the Head of the Civil Engineering Technology Department:

Faculty Civil Engineering & Technology

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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO: 01

To provide in-depth understanding and education of civil engineering by incorporating analysis, design, construction and management of engineering problems.

PEO: 02

To impart ethics and concepts of sustainable development

PEO: 03

To enhance student skills through effective communication and teamwork

Program Offered

B.Sc Civil Engineering Technology

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SCHEME OF STUDIES

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Year 1

Semester -I

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CH-112 Islamic Studies / Professional Ethics 2 (2+0)
CS-113 Applied Mathematics-I 3 (3+0)
CS-123 Introduction to Computer Fundamentals 3 (1+2)
CT-113 Civil Engineering Drawing 3 (1+2)
CT-124 Surveying 4 (2+2)
CM-112 Occupational Health & safety Management 2 (2+0)
  Total Credits 17
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Year 1

Semester -II

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT-134 Concrete Technology 4 (2+2)
CH-123 Communication Skills 3 (3+0)
CT-144 Applied Mechanics 4 (2+2)
CT-154 Materials and Methods of Construction 4 (2+2)
CS-133 Applied Mathematics - II 3 (3+0)
  Total Credits 18
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Year 2

Semester -III

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT-212 Introduction to Architecture and Town Planning 2 (2+0)
CH-212 Pakistan Studies 2 (2+0)
CT-223 Quantity Surveying and Contract Documents 3 (1+2)
CT-233 Soil Mechanics 3 (2+1)
CT-243 Fluid Mechanics 3 (2+1)
CT-254 Mechanics of Solids 4 (2+2)
  Total Credits 16
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Year 2

Semester -IV

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT-264 Transportation Engineering 4 (2+2)
CT-274 Water Supply & Waste Water Management 4 (2+2)
CM-213 Environmental Management 3 (2+1)
CT-283 Theory of Structures 3 (2+1)
CH-223 Technical Report Writing 3 (3+0)
  Total Credits 17
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Year 3

Semester -V

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT-313 Hydrology 3 (2+1)
CT-323 Reinforced Concrete Structures 3 (2+1)
CT-333 Construction and Hydraulic Machinery 3 (2+1)
CT-343 Computer Aided Building Modeling and Design 3 (1+2)
CT-353 Foundations Engineering 3 (2+1)
CM-313 Project Management 3 (3+0)
  Total Credits 18
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Year 3

Semester -VI

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT-363 Pre-stressed & Precast concrete 3 (2+1)
CT-373 Geology & Earthquake Engineering 3 (2+1)
CT-383 Irrigation and Hydraulic Structures 3 (2+1)
CT-393 Steel Structures 3 (2+1)
CT-3103 Project 3 (3+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 4

Semester -VII

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT4116 16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training (8x5=40 hrs / Week) 16 (0+16)
  Total Credits 16
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Year 4

Semester -VIII

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
CT4216 16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training (8x5=40 hrs / Week) 16 (0+16)
  Total Credits 16
Total Hours: 17+18+16+17+18+15+16+16=133 CR

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