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FACULTY

Chairman
Prof. Dr. Bashir Alam

Department of

Ph.D. (USA)

Civil Engineering

Professors
Prof. Dr. Akhtar Naeem Khan (TI)Ph.D.(USA)
Prof. Engr. Amjad Ali
M.Sc. (USA)
Prof. Dr. Qaisar Ali
Ph.D. (Pak)
Prof. Dr. Irshad Ahmad
Ph.D. (Pak)
Prof. Dr. Amjad Naseer
Ph.D. (Pak)
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Javed Ph.D. (Pak)
Prof. Dr. S. Muhammad Ali Ph.D. (Pak)

Associate Professors
Dr. Muhammad Ashraf
Dr. Khan Shahzada

Ph.D. (Pak)
Ph.D. (Pak)

Assistant Professors
Dr. Navid Ahmad
Dr. Rawid Khan
Dr. Qaiser Iqbal
Dr. Mohammad Adil
Dr. Mujahid Khan
Dr. Naveed Ahmad
Dr. Muhammad Fahad
Engr. Faisal ur Rehman
Engr. Haleema Attaullah
Engr. Tabinda Masud
Dr. Awais Ahmed
Dr. Salman Saeed

Ph.D. (USA)
Ph.D. (UK)
Ph.D. (UK)
Ph.D. (UK)
Ph.D. (Pak)
Ph.D. (Itly)
Ph.D (USA)
M.Sc. (Pak)
M.Sc. (Pak)
M.Sc. (Pak)
Ph.D (Netherlands)
Ph.D. (Canada)

Lecturers
Dr. M. Sagheer Aslam
Engr. Mansoor Khan
Engr. Alamgir Khalil
Engr. Ambreen
Engr. Muhammad Fahim
Engr. M. Adeel Arshad
Engr. Muhammad Rizwan
Engr. Arsalaan Khan
Engr. Tayyaba Bibi
Engr. Sikandar Sajid
Engr. Muhammad Salman
Engr. Hizbullah Sajid
Engr. Mudassir Iqbal

Ph.D. (Canada)
M.Sc. (Sweden)
M.Sc. (Pak)
B.Sc. (Pak)
M.Sc. (Pak)
M.Sc. (Italy)
M.Sc. (Pak)
M.Sc. (Pak)
M.Sc. (Pak)
B.Sc. (Pak)
B.Sc. (Pak)
B.Sc. (Pak)
B.Sc. (Pak)

Visiting Faculty
Prof. Engr. Farid Khan

The prescribed syllabi and examination


sta n d a rd s co m p a re favo ra b l y w i t h t h e
standard of under-graduate work developed
in U.K, USA and Canada.
In addition to course work, the final year
students are required to work on a project
u n d e r t h e g u i d a n c e o f s e n i o r fa c u l t y
members. Study tours and extension lectures
are also arranged during the session for the
benefit of the students.
Second year or third year students during
their summer break and final year students
after passing the final examination in civil
engineering may work with some recognized
o rga n i za t i o n s , r e g i s t e r e d w i t h P E C o r
government department or semi-government
department to acquire practical training of
800 hours for award of degree.
The Civil Engineering Department offers a
post-graduate programe with specialization in
structural engineering, water resources
engineering, environmental engineering,
geotechnical engineering, transportation
engineering and earthquake engineering.

Academic Programmes

B.Sc

Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering

Ph.D. Civil Engineering

M.Sc

M.Sc. (Pak)

Field Visits

Lab. Engineer
Engr. Shams-ul-Khaliq

The courses of study leading to the Degree of


B.Sc civil engineering have been planned to
offer a broad spectrum of civil engineering
subjects. The curriculum lays emphasis on
subjects of structures, irrigation, geot e c h n i c a l , t ra n s p o r t a t i o n e n g i n e e r i n g ,
environmental engineering and hydraulics.
These courses include laboratory and design
work.

B.Sc. (Pak)

Field visits to Civil Engineering projects of


n a t i o n a l i m p o r t a n c e a re a r ra n g e d fo r
students. Each year students and concerned
faculty members visit facilities and projects
with a high technical merit.

Survey Camp
Each year field course in surveying and
leveling is arranged for students of third year
Civil Engineering for a period of three weeks

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for experience. The course includes hands-on


work in contouring, triangulation, fly leveling
and plane tabling.

Laboratories
The Department is supported by well-equipped
laboratories having state-of-the-art machinery
and equipment. It has the following laboratories:

Concrete Laboratory

Hydraulics Laboratory

Soil Mechanics & Highway Engineering


Laboratory

Material Testing Laboratory

Surveying Laboratory

Public Health Engineering Laboratory

Postgraduate Computer Laboratory

Structural Engineering Laboratory

R & D Laboratory

Undergraduate Computer Laboratory

Earthquake Engineering Centre

Research
The faculty is involved in need-based research
projects, continuously interacting with
industry. In this regard some of the projects
recently undertaken are:

Application

of Slops Stability Techniques


of Attenuation Relationship for Pakistan

Microzonation Map for Different Cities of


Pakistan

Seismic Strength Evaluation of Masonry


Buildings

Evaluation of Indigenous Pozzolanic


Materials

Insulation Properties of Porous Bricks


Cavity Walls and Other Indigenous
Materials.

Shake Table Test of Reduced Scale


Masonry and RC Structures.

Advanced Composite Materials

Bridge Assessment (Collapse Analysis)

Earthquake Resistance Design

Low Cost Water Filters

Cost and Performance Optimization of


Bridge Superstructures

Development

Engineering Programme

Scheme of Studies
Credit
hours

Semester 2

Total

Contact
hours

Credit
hours

No.

Course

No.

Course

CE-107L

Computer Programming for Civil Engg.

CE-112

Engineering Drawing for Civil Engineering

BSI-141

Communication and Presentation Skills

ME-191

Mech. Tech. & Heavy Const. Machinery

CE-106

Civil Engg. Material & Concrete Tech.

CE-116

Engineering Mechanics

BSI-101

Islamic Studies

BSI-110

Pakistan Studies

CE-115

Introduction to Civil Engineering Industry

BSI-231

Differential Equations

BSI-111

Linear Algebra

CE-210

Introduction to Architecture & Urban Planning 2

BSI-122

Calculus

14

14

Lecture Lab.

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

Contact
hours

Semester 3

Lecture Lab.

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

17
Credit
hours

Semester 4

Total

13

15

Contact
hours

Total

16
Credit
hours

No.

Course

No.

Course

CE-213

Building Construction and Drawings (CAD)

CE-212

Fluid Mechanics - II

Lecture Lab.

Lecture Lab.

Total

CE-206

Fluid Mechanics - I

CE-209

Geo-Technical Engineering - I

CE-214

Mechanics of Solids - I

CE-207

Surveying - II

CE-205

Surveying - I

CE-201

Mechanics of Solids - II

BSI-242

Numerical Analysis

BSI-351

Probability & Statistics

EE-106L

Electrical Technology

14

12

14

14

14

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

Contact
hours

Semester 5

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

18
Credit
hours

Semester 6

Total

No.

Contact
hours

17
Credit
hours

No.

Course

CE-312

Engineering Geology & Seismology

CE-320

Reinforced Concrete Design-I

CE-318L

GIS/RS Application to CE (Geo-Info Engg.)

CE-301

Structural Analysis - II (Matrix Methods)

Lecture Lab.

Course

Lecture Lab.

Total

CE-313

Geo-Technical Engineering - II

CE-414

Hydrology & Water Management

CE-401

Environmental Engineering - I

CE-319

Foundation Engineering

Hydraulics

CE-310

Transportation Engineering-I

Structural Analysis - I

CE-408

Environmental Engineering-II

14

12

18

14

18

CE-303
CE-215

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

Contact
hours

Semester 7
No.

Course

Lecture Lab.

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

18
Credit
hours

Semester 8

Total

No.

Project Planning, Mngt. & Engg. Eco

CE-409

Steel Structure

Transportation Engineering-II

CE-309L

Structural Engineering Software Application

CE-402

Irrigation Engineering

CE-411

Project

CE-411

Project

CE-419

Sustainable Dev. & Disaster Risk Management 3

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours
Total Credit Hours = 136

Peshawar Campus

CE-412
CE-421

Lecture Lab.

CE-407
CE-311

Course

Contact
hours

11

18

11

CE-416

Credit
hours
Total

Intro to Structural Dynamics and EQ Engg.

Quantity Surveying & Civil Engg. Practice

Reinforced Concrete Design-II

12

12

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

17

18

15

Pre-requistes for courses

Undergraduate Prospectus 2015-2016

10

Civil Engineering

Contact
hours

Semester 1