ICBS Faculty

Department of Civil Engineering

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The field of Civil engineering (CE) deals with the development of infrastructure project; from conceiving to planning, designing and construction stages. The field also covers operation and maintenance of the facilities along with rehabilitation of structures; it is a diversified field which deals with all types of human endeavors related to growth of civilization in the shape of building, transportation systems, industry, power system, water resources, sewage collection treatment and to safeguard the environment. To become a leading Civil Engineering Department through dedication and commitment to quality with the aim to produce industrious and forward looking ethically responsible graduates capable of providing solutions to complex engineering problems of society. The department in providing superiority to its students by improving competencies in new techniques and methods to fulfill the needs of a sustainable environmental. A diverse platform has been established to provide quality education which will enhance capabilities of the students to acquire advanced knowledge in various engineering subjects.
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Mission Statement

Promote academic excellence in Civil Engineering Technology through knowledge, innovation, and applied skills supported with spirt of entrepreneurship, social responsibilities, and ethical practices to best serve society and industry.

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Admission Criteria

F.Sc (Pre-Engg)/A-Level (Phy, Chem, Math) with minimum 60% marks (A-Level applicants to submit equivalence certificate from IBCC) or DAE in relevant discipline with minimum 60% marks.
Entry Test of ICBS or UET entry test with at least 50% marks.

Message from the Head of the Civil Engineering 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

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SCHEME OF STUDIES

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Year 1

Semester -I

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Civil Engineering Materials 3 (3+1)
  Basic Electro- Mechanical Engineering 4 (2+2)
  Engineering Drawing 3 (1+2)
  Functional English 2 (2+0)
  Applied Calculus / Mathematics-I 3 (3+0)
  Pakistan Studies 1 (1+0)
  Total Credits 16
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Year 1

Semester -II

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Engineering Surveying 3 (2+1)
  Engineering Geology 2 (2+0)
  Islamic Studies 2 (2+0)
  Engineering Mechanics 4 (3+1)
  Applied Differential Equations / Mathematics-II 4 (4+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 2

Semester -III

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Computer Programing 3 (1+2)
  Civil Eng. Drawing & Graphics 3 (1+2)
  Advanced Engineering Surveying 3 (2+1)
  Mechanics of Solids-I 3 (2+1)
  Engineering Economics 3 (3+0)
  Total Credits 15
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Year 2

Semester -IV

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Construction Engineering 3 (3+0)
  Structural Analysis-I 3 (3+0)
  Soil Mechanics 4 (3+1)
  Numerical Analysis / Mathematics-IV 3 (3+0)
  Fluid Mechanics 4 (3+1)
  Total Credits 17
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Year 3

Semester -V

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Probability & Statistics/ Mathematics IV 3 (2+1)
  Advanced Fluid Mechanics 4 (3+1)
  Business Communication 2 (2+0)
  Professional Ethics 2 (2+0)
  Reinforced Concrete Design-I 4 (3+1)
  Quantity & Cost Estimation 3 (2+1)
  Total Credits 18
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Year 3

Semester -VI

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Construction Management 3 (2+1)
  Mechanics of Solid-II 3 (2+1)
  Reinforced Concrete Design-II 3 (2+1)
  Transportation Engineering-I 3 (3+0)
  Engineering Hydrology 3 (2+1)
  Structural Analysis-II 3 (3+0)
  Total Credits 18
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Year 4

Semester -VII

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Environmental Engineering-I 3 (2+1)
  Management Science Elective 3 (3+0)
  Architecture & Town Planning 3 (3+0)
  Geotechnical & Foundation Engineering 3 (2+1)
  Transportation Engineering-II 3 (2+1)
  Civil Engineering Project 3 (0+3)
  Total Credits 18
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Year 4

Semester -VIII

Course No Course Title Credit Hours
  Geo Informatics 2 (1+1)
  Environmental Engineering-II 2 (2+0)
  Steel Structures 3 (3+0)
  Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering 4 (3+1)
  Social Science Elective 2 (2+0)
  Civil Engineering Project 3 (0+3)
  Total Credits 16

Total Hours: 16+15+15+17+18+18+18+18+16=133 CR

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