Mechanical Engineering Technology (Bachelor of Science Degree)

The Bachelor of Science degree program in Mechanical Engineering Technology has been offering since 2019 at this Institute with the aim and objective to address the industry needs of technologist graduates. The Institute is functioning under the umbrella of Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan in the framework of National Technology Council (NTC). Mechanical engineering plays a critical role in manufactured technologies, from cars to airplanes to refrigerators. It enables you to do many daily activities with

ease, as it brings helpful technologies to our modern society.There is sufficient scope of mechanical engineering and there is a huge recruiting market in country and abroad. The curriculum of mechanical technology program is compatible with NTC curriculum framework. This includes blend of natural science courses, humanities courses, core foundation, breadth, depth, elective courses, management courses, project work and emphasis on supervised industrial training. The salient features of program are mentioned in table

Minimum Duration 4 Years
Eligibility Relevant DAE/HSC Pre-Engineering with minimum 50% Marks
One Academic Year 02 Semesters
No of Semesters 08
Each Semester Duration 16-18 Weeks
Credit Hours /Semester 16-18
Industrial Training 32 Credit Hour
Total Credit Hours 137

Mechanical Engineering Mission

To produce technically trained technologists incorporating excellent communicative and managerial skills to accomplish modern technological needs of Mechanical Engineering industry and society.

Technology Program Education Objective (PEOs)

PEOs PEOs Description Mapped PLOs
1 Produce skilled graduates who possess broader knowledge, techniques, tools used in analysis, design, investigate and demonstrate effective problem solving skills in the domain of mechanical/electrical engineering technology. Technology Knowledge, Modern Tool Usage and Project Management.

(PLOs 1-5 & 11)

2 Proficient to communicate, perform effectively as an individual, as a team member in multi discipline environment for the up lift of society and community. Communication, Team work and the technologist and Society. (PLOs 6,9,10)
3 Successfully practice lifelong learning and continuous improvement of their knowledge and skills in the design development and application of mechanical/electrical systems in diverse industries with the highest professional and ethical standards to exhibit global sustainability. Lifelong Learning and Ethics, Environment and Sustainability. (PLOs 7,8,12)

Program Learning Outcome 

1. Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

3. Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Investigation: An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.

5. Modern Tool Usage: An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The Engineer and Society: An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.

7. Environment and Sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

9. Individual and Team Work: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project Management: An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

12. Lifelong Learning: ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
REVISED COURSE MARIX – 2021
SEMESTER-I
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study
1 NS-111 Mathematics -1 HSE or Equivalent 3+0 3 Natural Science/Math
2 CS-111 Introduction to Computers 2+1 5 Computer Science
3 HUM-111 Pakistan & Islamic Studies 4+0 4 Humanities
4 HUM-112 English Composition & Comprehension 2+0 2 Humanities/English
5 NS-112 Applied Physics 2+1 5 Natural Science/Phy
6 HUM-113 Professional Ethics/Business Ethics Noon 2+0 2 Humanities
15+2 21
SEMESTER-II
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study
1 NS-121 Mathematics-II NS-111 3+0 3 Natural Science/Math
2 ET-121 Basic Electrical Technology Noon 3+1 6 Engg Foundation
3 MT-121 Engineering Mechanics NS-112 3+0 3
4 MT-122 Engineering Drawing & CAD-I Noon 1+1 4
5 MT-123 Applied Thermodynamic-I Noob 2+0 2
6 ET-123 Electronic Devices & Circuits/Basic Electronics NS-112 3+1 6 Major based Breadth
15+3 24
SEMESTER-III
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study
1 MT-211 Workshop Technology Noon 1+1 4 Engg Foundation
2 MT-212 Industrial Material Noon 2+0 2
3 MT-213 Mechanics of Machine MT-121 2+0 2
4 ET-212 Instrumentation & Measurement ET-123 3+1 6 Major based Breadth
5 HUM-211 Communication & Interpersonal Skills HUM-112 3+0 3 Humanities/English
6 NS-211 Probability Statistics-1 NS-121 3+0 3 Humanities
  14+2 20
SEMESTER-IV
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study
1 MT-221 Applied Thermodynamic-II MT-123 2+1 5 Major based Breadth
2 MT-222 CAD-II MT-122 0+2 6
3 MT-223 Mechanics of Material Noon 2+1 5
4 MT-224 Fluid Mechanics Noon 2+1 5
5 MGT-226 Organizational Behavior Noon 2+0 2 Humanities
6 HUM-221 Technical Report Writing HUM-211 3+0 3 Humanities/English
  12+4 26
SEMESTER-V
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study
1 MT-XXX Elective-I   2+1 5 Major based Breadth
2 MT-311 Machine Design MT-223 3+0 3
3 MT-312 Heat and Mass Transfer MT-221 2+1 5 Major based Depth
4 MT-313 Manufecturing Processes MT-212 2+1 5
5 MT-XXX Elective-II   3+0 3 Major Based Breadth
6 MGT-311 Total Quality Management Noon 2+0 2 Management Science
14+3 23
SEMESTER-VI
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study
1 MGT-321 Project & Industrial Management Noon 3+0 3 Management Science
2 MGT-322 Principles of Economics Noon 2+0 2 Humanities
3 MT-XXX Elective-I   2+0 2 Major based Depth
4 MT-321 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning MT-312 2+1 5
5 MT-XXX Elective-II   3+0 3
6 MT-322 Project Courses studied  up to S-V 0+3 9
  12+4 24
SEMESTER-VI (SUMMER)
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study/Level
1 MT-322 Project (Continue) Courses studied  up to S-V 0+3 9 Major Based Depth
0+3 9
SEMESTER-VII
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study/Level
1 MT-411 16 weeks Supervied Industrial /Field Training (8×5=40 Hrs/week, 40 x 16 = 640 Hrs /Semester Courses studied  up to S-VI 0+16 640 Major based Depth
0+16 640
SEMESTER-VIII
S. No Course Code Course Title Pre-Requisite Credit Hours Contact Hours Area of Study/Level
1 MT-421 16 weeks Supervied Industrial /Field Training (8×5=40 Hrs/week, 40 x 16 = 640 Hrs /Semester Courses studied  up to S-VI 0+16 640 Major based Depth
0+16 640
     Total Credit Hours 82+53    
    Grand Total 135    
LIST OF BREADTH ELECTIVES
S. No Course Code Major Based Breath Electives Credit Hrs Contact Hours Remarks
1 MT-314 Internal Combustion Engin 2+1 5 Breadth Elective – 1
2 MT-315 Compressible Flow and Propulsion System 2+1 5
3    
4 MT-316 Material Handling and Safety 3+0 3 Breadth Elective – 2
5 MT-317 Stress Analysis 3+0 3
6 MT-318 Electric Vehicles & Charging 3+0 3
     
S.No Course Code Major Based Depth Electives Credit Hrs   Remarks
1 MT-323 Mechanical Vibration 2+0 2 Depth Elective – 1
2 MT-324 Gas Turbine 2+0 2
3 MT-325 Renewable Energy 2+0 2
4 MT-327 Maintenance Engineering 3+0 3 Depth Elective – 2
5 MT-328 Power Plant Engineering 3+0 3