Current Course Curriculam

First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Elective

First Semester

Course Number Course Title Contact Hours Credit Hours
    L-P  
Lang 0102 Spoken Arabic I 0.0-2.0 1.00
Lang 0104 Spoken English I
Hum 0107 Islamiat 2.0-0.0 2.00
Hum 4149 Technology, Environment and Society 3.0-0.0 3.00
Math 4107 Geometry and Differential Calculus 3.0-0.0 3.00
Phy 4105 Physics 3.0-0.0 3.00
Phy 4106 Physics Lab 0.0-1.5 0.75
EEE 4135 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals 3.0-0.0 3.00
EEE 4136 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Lab 0.0-1.5 0.75
CSE 4101 Computer Fundamentals and Programming 4.0-0.0 4.00
CSE 4102 Computer Fundamentals and Programming Lab 0.0-3.0 1.50
CSE 4104 Engineering Drawing Lab 0.0-1.5 0.75
  Total L-P Total Hours 18-9.5
27.5
22.75

 

Detailed Course Contents

Lang 0102 Spoken Arabic I

Reading Comprehension; Letters and Pronunciation; Construction of words; Use of letters (Shamsi & Kamari) in words; Use of determiners and pronouns; Use of interrogatives; Use of nominal and verbal sentences Use of adverbs; Use of tenses; Use of Feminine & Masculine Genders; Use of Numerical; Conjunctive Adverbs; Use of every day’s conversation and dialogues and practice

Lang 0104 Spoken English I

This course aims to give students of an international community accurate and meaningful communicating skills which will include expressions for personal identification (name, occupation, nationality etc.); body parts; time, day, week, months and years; daily programme; education and future career; entertainment; travel; postal, telephonic and telegraphic activities; health and welfare; food and drink; adjectives and comparatives and personal and formal written needs. Grammatical structures will emphasize the various tenses, and unit, articles, prepositions and adverbial particles; adverbs of manner, frequency, time and place; punctuation; model verbs; personal pronouns; affirmative; negative and question forms; and possessives and possessive adjectives.

This course deals with the practical and communicative aspects of the English Language by reinforcing and manipulating the sounds and grammatical patterns of the language needed in an international situation through dialogues with Audio – Language, Audio – Visual, silent way and total physical response, methods and techniques involving student participation in a language laboratory with the aids of audio and video cassettes, computer games and other communicative activities.

Hum 0107 Islamiat

Islam as Din; Sources of Islamic Code of Life; Social, Economic and Political system of Islam; Islamic; Ethics: Human values in Islam, Dignity of Man, Women & Islam Family Ties, Moral values, Decency and Decorum, Brotherhood, Friendship and Amity in human society, Truthfulness, Honesty, Sincerity, Righteousness, Piety and Religiousness; Social vices; Role of Islam in eradicating social evils; Islam and Environ; Islam and the world peace

Hum 4149 Technology, Environment and Society

Definition of terminology – technology, environment, society and development; Inter-dependence of technology, environment, society and development; Growth of technologies and its contribution to human development; Current state of technology and its future use as an instrument of change in twenty first century; Impact of technology upon the environment, impact of the environment upon human changes in the global climates; Environment friendly technology, Technology and development; Renewable energy and environments. Technology and environment hazards, its remedy. Major hazards of industry. The improvement of working conditions in the industry.

Math 4107 Geometry and Differential Calculus

2D Co-ordinate Geometry: Change of axes: transformation of coordinates. Simplification of equations of the curves. Pair of straight lines: Homogeneous second degree equations. Conditions for general second degree equations to represent a pair of straight lines. Angle between the lines. Pair of straight lines joining the origin to the points of intersection of the curve and a line. Circles and system of circles: Tangents and normals. Pair of tangents. Chord of contact. Orthogonal circles. Radical axis and its properties. Parametric coordinates.

3D Co-ordinate Geometry: Rectangular coordinates. Direction cosines and angle between two lines. The plane and the straight lines. The equation of a sphere. The standard forms of equations of the central conicoids, cones and cylinders.

Differential Calculus: Limits, Continuity and Differentiability. Differentiation of explicit and implicit function and parametric equations. Significance of derivatives, Differentials, Successive differentiation of various types of functions. Leibnitz's theorem. Rolle's theorem, Mean value theorems. Taylor's theorem in finite and infinite forms. Maclaurin's theorem in finite and infinite forms. Langrange's form of remainders. Cauehy's form of remainder. Expansion of functions by differentiation and integration. Partial differentiation. Euler's theorem. Tangent, maximum and minimum values of functions and points of inflection. Applications of Differential Calculus. Evaluation of indeterminate forms by L'Hospitals rule, Curvature, center of curvature and chord of curvature. Evolutes and involutes. Asymptotes. Envelopes, Curve tracing.

Recommended Texts:
1. Calculus with Analytic Geometry, Author: H. Anton et. al.
2. The Elements of Coordinate Geometry, Author: S. L. Loney, M.A.
3. Calculus with Analytic Geometry, Author: E.W. Swokowski

Phy 4105 Physics

Modern Physics: Michelson Morley’s experiment, Galilean transformation, special theory of relativity, Lorentz transformation, relative velocity, length contraction, time dilation, mass-energy relation, Photo-electric effect, Compton effect, de-Broglie wave, Bohr’s atom model, radioactive decay, half-life, mean-life, isotopes, nuclear binding energy, alpha beta & gamma decay.

Electricity and Magnetism: Electric charge, Coulomb’s law, electric field: calculation of the electric field strength, E, a dipole in an electric field, electric flux and Gauss’s law, electric potential V, relation between E and V, electric potential energy; Capacitors: capacitance, dielectric-en atomic view, Ampere’s law, Faraday’s law, Lenz’s law, self inductance and mutual inductance; Magnetic properties of matter: magnetomotive force, magnetic field intensity, permeability, susceptibility, classification of magnetic materials, magnetisation curve.

Physical Optics: Theories of light: Huygen’s principle and construction; Interference of light: Young’s double slit experiment, Fresnel bi-prism, Newton’s rings, interferometers; Diffraction of light: Fresnel and Fraunhoffer diffraction, diffraction by single slit, diffraction by double slit, diffraction gratings; Polarization: production and analysis of polarized light, optical activity.

Recommended Texts:
1. Physics II, Author: Halliday
2. Modern Physics, Author: Arther Baiser

Phy 4106 Physics Lab

Sessional works based on Phy 4105

EEE 4135 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals

Electrical Units and Standards. Electrical Networks, circuit solutions-series, series-parallel networks, loop and Nodal methods. Delta-wye Transformation, Circuit Theorems : Superposition theorem, Thevenen’s and Norton’s Theorem. Concept of Dual Networks.

Basic principle of generation of Alternating and Direct Current, Introduction to phasor algebra as applied to A.C. circuit analysis. Solution of A.C. circuits: Series, Parallel and Series-Parallel circuit, R.L.C circuits series and parallel resonance. Applications of Networks theorems to A.C. circuits.

The magnetic intensity, flux/density, magnetic effects of Electric current, Magnetic circuit concepts, BH curves, characteristics of magnetic materials, magnetic force and its utilization, Hystersis and eddy current losses, magnetic circuit with A.C. and D.C. excitation.

EEE 4136 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Lab

Experiment based on EEE 4135

CSE 4101 Computer Fundamentals and Programming

Introducing Computer Systems, Interacting With Computer-Input Devices, Output Devices- Seeing, Hearing, and Printing Data.

Number Systems, Processing Data, Storing Data, Operating Systems, Networks, Internet Technologies.

Working with Office Automation & Application Software, Database Management, Development of Information Systems, Information Assurance: Security, Privacy, and Ethics.

Programming Basics: Programming Languages and the Programming Process, Programming Concepts, algorithm and logic.
Introduction to C: Evolution of C, lexical design and basic syntax, token, operator, identifier, simple data types; variables, constants, declarations; block structure, expressions and statements, compound statements, built-in function, I/O functions, control statements, branching, looping.
Recommended Texts:
1. Introduction to Computers, Author: Peter Norton, McGraw-Hill Publications Limited- latest Edition
2. Computer Information Systems, Author: Sarah F. Hatchinson
3. Teach Yourself C, Author: Herbert Schildt
4. Programming in Ansi C. Author: Balagurushwami
5. Programming in C, Author: Robert Lafore

CSE 4102 Computer Fundamentals and Programming Lab

Sessional works based on CSE 4101

Recommended Texts:
1. Inside the PC, Author: Peter Norton, TechMedia
2 Teach Yourself C, Author: Herbert Schildt

CSE 4104 Engineering Drawing Lab

Software will be used to practice the following:

Introduction of Engineering Drawings, Being familiar with the drawing instruments and their uses, drawing instruments including components and parts, drawing of geometrical figures.

Orthographic drawing, Isometric and oblique projections, First and Third angle projections, Drawing of block diagram and circuit diagram.

 

Updated on 28 August 2011