B.S. CIVIL TECHNOLOGY

SCOPE & OPPORTUNITIES

The field of Civil Technology is achieving its high demand with the passage of time and with growing trend. It is an undoubted truth that there is increase in number of development of high rise buildings and infrastructure so it is an immense need to be the part of profession of Civil Engineering in a broader perspective of field specialization. The demand of this field is almost equal in its all areas including Construction Management, Traffic or Transportation, Geotechnical, Urban Engineering, Coastal & Harbor, Structures and Environmental Engineering. Some salient features are as follows:

  1. The students will be able to explore or developed their own construction industries or business as consultants, contractors and designers.
  2. Imparting their knowledge in water resources area with the development of dams, barrages, culverts etc.
  3. Strengthen the area of Irrigation Engineering in undeveloped areas of Pakistan.
  4. To produce and may get along with the transportation firms for traffic management studies, safety and accident studies, signage plans, road furniture and infrastructure improvement plans.
  5. Students may approach and join hands with the soil testing laboratories.
  6. Students may play vital role with the industries for waste water treatment and solid waste management in the purview of CPEC.
  7. Students can engage with the public, private and education sector as well.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)

  • To produce graduates that are technically skilful and competent to formulate, analyze and solve problems using appropriate engineering tools and techniques.
  • To produce effective and employable engineering graduates that successfully & ethically practice civil engineering skills in related fields.
  • To produce graduates motivated for lifelong learning and create new knowledge and technical solution through cutting edge research and entrepreneurship.
  • To produce graduates with the capacity to work as effective team member and strong leadership qualities.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs) /GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

The field of Civil Technology is achieving its high demand with the passage of time and with growing trend. It is an undoubted truth that there is increase in number of development of high rise buildings and infrastructure so it is an immense need to be the part of profession of Civil Engineering in a broader perspective of field specialization. The demand of this field is almost equal in its all areas including Construction Management, Traffic or Transportation, Geotechnical, Urban Engineering, Coastal & Harbor, Structures and Environmental Engineering. Some salient features are as follows:

  1. The students will be able to explore or developed their own construction industries or business as consultants, contractors and designers.
  2. Imparting their knowledge in water resources area with the development of dams, barrages, culverts etc.
  3. Strengthen the area of Irrigation Engineering in undeveloped areas of Pakistan.
  4. To produce and may get along with the transportation firms for traffic management studies, safety and accident studies, signage plans, road furniture and infrastructure improvement plans.
  5. Students may approach and join hands with the soil testing laboratories.
  6. Students may play vital role with the industries for waste water treatment and solid waste management in the purview of CPEC.
  7. Students can engage with the public, private and education sector as well.

CREDIT HOUR DISTRIBUTION

As per HEC guidelines.

SCHEME OF STUDIES

Semester – ISemester – II
Course CodeSubjectContact HrsCourse CodeSubjectContact Hrs
THPRTHPR
NS101Applied Mathematics-I3+0CT112Concrete Technology2+4
CS101Introduction to Computing2+4HS102Islamic Studies or Ethical Behavior1+0
HS101English2+0CT114Applied Mechanics2+4
CT113Fundamental of Surveying2+4CT125Engineering Materials2+4
CT111Civil Engineering Drawing1+6HS133Pakistan Studies1+0
Contact Hours24Contact Hours20
Semester – IIISemester – IV
Course CodeSubjectContact HrsCourse CodeSubjectContact Hrs
THPRTHPR
NS212Applied Mathematics- II3+0CT244Transportation Engineering2+4
CT226Qty Surveying &Costing2+4CT235Water Supply &Waste Water Management2+4
CT231Soil Mechanics2+4CT251Structural Analysis2+0
CT232Fluid Mechanics2+2MS202Occupational Health & Safety Management2+0
CT243Mechanics of Solids2+4HS214Technical Communication Skills2+0
Contact Hours25Contact Hours18
Semester – VSemester – VI
Course CodeSubjectContact HrsCourse CodeSubjectContact Hrs
THPRTHPR
CT316Construction Engineering2+2CT345Hydrology & Irrigation Engineering2+4
CT317Reinforced Cement Concrete2+4CT366Engineering Geology2+2
CT352Construction & Hydraulic Machinery2+4CT367Irrigation & Hydraulic Structures2+2
CT364Foundations Engineering2+0CT368Steel Structures2+0
CT353Pre-stressed & Precast concrete2+2CT323Construction & Project Management2+4
Contact Hours22Contact Hours22
Semester – VIISemester – VIII
Course CodeSubjectContact HrsCourse CodeSubjectContact Hrs
THPRTHPR
CT453CAD (Building Modeling)1+6MS421Environmental Management2+4
CT41XProject0+6CT41XProject0+6
CT44XInternship / Supervised Training0+16CT44XInternship / Supervised Training0+16
Contact Hours29Contact Hours28

*Total Contact Hours in BS Civil Technology Program: 24+20+25+18+22+22+29+28 = 188 hours
*Total Credit Hours in BS Civil Technology Program: 17+14+18+14+16+16+15+15 = 125 hours

LENGTH OF DEGREE PROGRAM

ProgramDuration (Minimum)Duration (Maximum)
BS Civil Technology4 years7 years

 

INTAKE MECHANISM

Intake will be twice in a year (Spring & Fall).

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

HSC/ Intermediate / DAE or Equivalent with minimum 50%.

ADMISSION BY MIGRATION

Under extraordinary circumstances, the Vice-Chancellor, on the recommendation of the Dean/Principal concerned may allow migration of a student from other recognized institutions to the university and vice versa, provided that:-
a. The academic councils of the institutions are agreed on the migration of student.
b. The courses of studies are equivalent. The credits earned in the previous institution may be permitted to be transferred to other institutions to which the student migrates.
c. Migrations are allowed for maximum 50% of total credits.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Only the eligibility criteria should be fulfilled for seeking the admission.

FEE STRUCTURE

Processing Fees (Once)Rs. 2,500/-
Admission Fee (Once)Rs. 15,000/-
Security Deposit (Once & Refundable)Rs. 5,000/-
Tuition FeeRs. 74,000/- (First Year)
Examination per yearRs. 10,000/-

Option 1: Uniform Monthly Installment

Admission + Security  (At the time of Admission)15,000/- + 5,000/-
1st Installment (At the time of Admission)7,000/-
Monthly Installment (47 Installments: tuition fee + Examination Fee)7,000/-

Option 2: Lump sum for each Year

First Year104,000/-
Next Three Years84,000/- (Tuition + Examination Fee)

Note: Any additional taxes imposed by the government will be the liability of the students/parents/guardian.

The University reserves the right to increase the fees if required according to the recommendation of the Governing Body.

At the time of admission, selected candidates will be required to deposit fee either under Option 1 or Option 2. Therfore monthly or semester fee will be deposited by students within two weeks of commencement of every semester in advance accoring to the official notification on the notice board. 2% surcharge per month will be levied on outstanding fees after the due date.

The students claiming exemptions from any course or courses will be required to pay exemption fee @ Rs. 2,500/- per subject in the beginning of semester.

Fees once deposited are not refundable, except security deposits, for any reason whatsoever.