Electrical Engineering

Departement Overview

  The Department of Electrical Engineering was founded in 2003 with the affiliation of the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore. Initially, 30 seats were allocated, which was upgraded to 80 seats. Since 2003, more than 1500 students havegraduated from here, who are serving in many reputed organizations within and outside the country. All the batches are accredited by Pakistan Engineering Councils (PEC). Moreover, with the immense efforts of faculty and staff, many success stories have been created.

An electrical engineer's primary responsibilities include dealing with multimedia, telecommunications, electric power, signal processing, and control systems. All the skills learned during the undergraduate program enables graduates to create automated vehicles, robots, aeronautical power systems, new wireless technologies, and other items that are not yet discovered. There is no end to the ways electrical engineers can imagine, enhance, and find ways to make life easier and hence safer.

The department is currently offeringan undergraduate degree program in Electrical Engineering. A broad range of electrical engineering courses having elementary and advanced levels are offered, covering the completeextent of the electrical engineering discipline. These courses cover all areas of electrical engineering such as digital and analogue electronics, electrical machines, power engineering, control systems, computer systems, and communication systems.

The department aspires to academic and research leadership in its field through a well-designed curriculum to nurture conceptual knowledge and creativity. The curriculum is designed with a focus on research, innovation, and industry collaboration. NFC-IE&FR puts anemphasis on fostering excellent professional ethics in its alumni.

Message From HOD

Welcome to the Department of Electrical Engineering on behalf of all faculty, staff, and students.

As the department's Incharge, I'm incredibly proud of our department's long history of providing practical, experience-based engineering education. Our engineering curriculum prepares students to be valuable citizens equipped with the moral fortitude and intellectual zeal necessary to address the challenges of crucial transition in society. I would like to extend a warm invitation to all of you who are interested in extending your education and enhancing your careers to learn more about our department either online or during a campus visit.

Departmental Mission

To prepare electrical engineering graduates having a concrete knowledge‐base and analytical/problem solving skills that shall empower them to undertake challenging job positions, innovative research and entrepreneurship.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The main objectives of the undergraduate program in the Electrical Engineering department are to provide a solid foundation of mathematical, scientific,and engineering knowledge to its graduates along with the development of intellectual skills essential for their prosperouscareers.

The PEOs of Electrical Engineering Program are given below. These PEOs will be evaluated and reviewed after 3-5years of the graduation of each Session.

PEO 1: To edify and train the graduates in design, synthesis, applications and project management are as to resolve electrical engineering problems.

PEO 2: To prepare the graduates for acquiring the international standards of advanced or higher education and innovative research.

PEO 3: To establish the leadership skills that will enable them to command their departments and organizations.

PEO 4: To indulge professional, social and ethical responsibilities in the graduates.

Mapping of NFC-IE&FR Vision and Mission with PEOs

Sr. No. PEOs Institution Department Mission
    Vision Mission  
1. Electrical Engineering Knowledge
2. Modern education for innovative research
3. Team work, leadership skills to command organizations.
4. Professionalism, society and ethics

Program Learning Outcomes (PEOs)

PLO 1: Engineering Knowledge

PLO 2: Problem Analysis

PLO 3: Design/Development of Solutions

PLO 4: Investigation

PLO 5: Modern Tool Usage

PLO 6: The Engineer and Society

PLO 7: Environment and Sustainability

PLO 8: Ethics

PLO 9: Individual and Team Work

PLO 10: Communication

PLO 11: Project Management

PLO 12: Life-long Learning

Mapping of PLOs and PEOs

Sr. No.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
    PEO-1 PEO-2 PEO-3 PEO-4
1. Engineering Knowledge      
2. Problem Analysis      
3. Design / Development of Solutions      
4. Investigation      
5. Modern Tool Usage      
6. The Engineer and Society      
7. Environment and Sustainability      
8. Ethics      
9. Individual and Team Work      
10. Communication      
11. Project Management      
12. Lifelong Learning