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Prof. Dr. Syed Sohail H. Naqvi Mr. Muhammad Javed Khan Malik Arshad Mahmood Dr. M. Tahir Ali Shah Mr. Farrukh Raza Executive Director Adviser (Academic) Director (Curri) Deputy Director (Curri) Asst. Director (Curri)

Mr. Abdul Fatah Bhatti

Asst. Director (Curri)

Composed by: Mr. Zulfiqar Ali, HEC, Islamabad


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction Framework for 4-year in BS/BE in Civil Engineering Scheme of Studies of Civil Engineering for BS/BE level Details of Courses for BS/BE Civil Engineering. Course Outline for MS/ME in Structural Engineering Course Outline for MS/ME in Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering 6 11 14 18 64


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Course Outline for MS/ME in Geo-Technical Engineering 65 Course Outline for MS/ME in Transportation Engineering 66 Recommendations Annexure A . 67 68


The curriculum of subject is described as a throbbing pulse of a nation. By viewing curriculum one can judge the stage of development and its pace of socio-economic development of a nation. With the advent of new technology, the world has turned into a global village. In view of tremendous research taking place world over new ideas and information pours in like of a stream of fresh water, making it imperative to update the curricula after regular intervals, for introducing latest development and innovation in the relevant field of knowledge. In exercise of the powers conferred under Section 3 Sub-Section 2 (ii) of Act of Parliament No. X of 1976 titled “Supervision of Curricula and Textbooks and Maintenance of Standard of Education” the erstwhile University Grants Commission was designated as competent authority to develop review and revise curricula beyond Class-XII. With the repeal of UGC Act, the same function was assigned to the Higher Education Commission under its Ordinance of 2002 Section 10 Sub-Section 1 (v). In compliance with the above provisions, the HEC undertakes revamping and refurbishing of curricula after regular intervals in a democratic manner involving universities/DAIs, research and development institutions and local Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The intellectual inputs by expatriate Pakistanis working in universities and R&D institutions of technically advanced countries are also invited to contribute and their views are incorporated where considered appropriate by the National Curriculum Revision Committee (NCRC).
A committee of experts comprising of conveners from the National Curriculum Revision of HEC in Basic, Applied Social Sciences and Engineering disciplines met in April 2007 and developed a unified template to standardize degree programmes in the country to bring the national curriculum at par with international standards, and to fulfill the needs of the local industries. It also aimed to give a basic, broad based knowledge to the students to ensure the quality of education. The BS degree shall be of 4 years duration, and will require the completion of 130-136 credit hours.

In line with above, NCRC comprising senior university faculty and experts from various stakeholders and the respective accreditation councils has finalized the curriculum for Civil Engineering. The same is being recommended for adoption by the universities/DAIs channelizing through relevant statutory bodies of the universities.

MUHAMMAD JAVED KHAN Adviser (Academics) April, 2012



Taxila Dr. Lahore to finalize the curriculum of BS/BE and MS/ME in Civil Engineering. Department of Civil Engineering. Anwar Khitab. Liaqat Ali Qureshi. 2012 at HEC. Dr. NED University of Engineering & Technology. Karachi 75270 Convener Secretary/Member Member Member Member Member 6 . Lahore Campus. Professor & Head. Faculty of Civil Engineering. The following participated in these meetings: Dr. Lahore Dr. Rizwan Farooqui. Wah Engineering College. 2011. Professor Department of Civil Engineering.INTRODUCTION The final meeting of National Curriculum Revision Committee in Civil Engineering was held from February 20-22. Department of Civil Engineering. Department of Civil Engineering. Quaid Avenue. Professor. Lahore Dr. Wah Cantt. University Road. Regional Centre. University of Engineering & Technology. University of Wah. Lahore Dr. Department of Civil Engineering. Khalid Farooq. The Mall. Abdul Sattar Shakir. University of Engineering & Technology. National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences (NUCES). Anwar-ul-Haq Muneeb. University of Engineering & Technology. Professor & Co-Chair. The purpose of this meeting was to finalize the curriculum in the light of suggestion/comments received from various organizations/experts on the draft curriculum prepared in the preliminary meeting held from October 13-15. Faisal Town. Block-B. Assistant Professor. Professor & Dean.

C. Mansoor Imam Associate Professor Department of Civil Engineering. University Road. Assistant Professor. N. Faculty of Engineering. Industrial Sector. Dr. briefed the participants about the guidelines of HEC in relation to revision and development of curriculum. University of Lahore 1-km. Mahboob Ali Ch. Shahrah-e-Faisal. Jamshoro. Professor.` Associate Professor Military College of Engineering. The NCRC was given the task to review and finalize civil engineering curriculum in the light of template/framework proposed and 7 . Thokar Niaz Baig. Mahboob. Raiwind Road. Karachi Member Member Member Member Member Member Meeting started with recitation from the Holy Quran by Prof. NESPAK. Manager. Dr. The finalized curriculum would be referred to the universities/institutions of higher education as guidelines for adoption before start of the next academic session. Karachi Dr. Mahboob Ali Ch. Mehran University of Engineering & Technology.I. Department of Civil Engineering. M. Lahore Mr. National Engineering Services (Pvt) Ltd. Lahore Dr. Risalpur (National University of Sciences & Technology) Mr. Deputy Director (Curriculum) HEC. Abbasi Shaheed Road. Professor & Dean. Shahid Iqbal.Dr. Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology. Muhammad Afzal. M. Civil Engineering. Muhammad Nasir Khurshid. Sindh Dr. He further added that the objective of this exercise is to develop a unified curriculum for civil engineering which can cater for the needs of national development. Off. Building. University of Lahore. 13th Floor. Tahir Ali Shah.

Wah Cantt. The draft scheme of studies. design. water resources.approved by Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC). the idea to get the maximum benefit from the Commission’s various schemes was also emphasized during the deliberations of the Committee. To prepare graduate engineers to be competitive in both national and international market by inculcating the engineering and managerial skills. teach them the code of ethics of the engineering profession and impress upon them to follow it during their practical life. Assistant Professor. Dean. Department of Civil Engineering. writing of monographs on topics of syllabi. To make them aware of the advancement of engineering knowledge in the developed countries so that they may keep themselves abreast with such developments. Wah Engineering College. To impress upon them the spirit of discipline. environmental. A Civil Engineering graduate would be able to undertake planning. including structural. The Committee was requested to include latest books in the proposed curriculum. geotechnical. To provide critical learning for a broad function in various areas of Civil Engineering.. model syllabus and its recommendations of NCRC are detailed below:- OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME  To impart state-of-the-art knowledge to the students in the field of Civil Engineering and produce competent civil engineers who will play vital role in the national development. construction. UET. operations and maintenance of urban and rural infrastructure by 8  . Lahore as its Convener and Dr. The main aim of the HEC is to promote the higher education in Pakistan. Faculty of Civil Engineering.     EXPECTED OUTCOMES  The Civil Engineering programme provides the necessary technical skills in engineering design/analysis as well as mathematics and basic sciences consistent with Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) accreditation standards and national technological needs. objectives of studies. pre-service & in-service teachers training courses. The Committee unanimously selected Prof. Therefore. exchange of teachers from University to University. Dr. as Secretary. and transportation engineering and construction management. The Committee took up the agenda and deliberated on the detailed outline of BSc/BE in Civil Engineering.e. University to R&D organizations and University to Industry etc. Abdul Sattar Shakir. The Committee was also informed about the academic activities of HEC for improvement of education i. Anwar Khitab.

Enhanced use of modern computing facilities in the institutions. 5. Examination of at least final year courses should be evaluated by external examiners from outside the university. construction sites. Assignments and tutorials requiring use of reference materials and internet facility.applying his/her knowledge in all stages of Civil Engineering and interdisciplinary projects. 2. Classroom attendance. Final year projects shall be evaluated by both external and internal examiners. 4. 3. homework assignments. installations. The classroom evaluation is to be on the basis of attendance of the students as well as class participation since it would reflect the keenness of the students in pursuance of his studies. The academic pursuit and achievements of a student in a semester/academic year are to be evaluated by holding tests and examinations. Instructional visits to appropriate establishments.. OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK 1. demonstrations and relevant handouts. class tests. duly supported by audio-visual aids. quizzes etc. Following the HEC guidelines. should be considered for the award of sessional marks. an operational framework is developed which includes both engineering and non-engineering courses as detailed in summary 9 . The notebooks/field books/graphs and drawing sheets pertaining to the field work and practical should be completed within the allocated time and submitted to the teacher. field stations. question-answer session at the end of the lecture. industries etc. in addition to internal examiner. Extension lectures and class room discussions by renowned professionals. In case of field visit the students shall be required to write a visit report which shall be graded. field work and design exercises. ASSESSMENT 1. Laboratory experiments. Term projects and class presentations. METHODS OF INSTRUCTIONS AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT This shall comprise the following:        Classroom lectures. occasional but regular class assignments.

3. The curriculum designed has the room for individual universities to adjust courses as per their local requirements. 6. Considering this aspect. 4. design classes and practical periods. 5. Practicals/Design Classes/Field Work: The Laboratory Experiments/Practicals/Design Classes/Field Works shall be in conformance with the contents of the respective course. The evaluation of the students will be made on the basis of grading system as per guidelines of the HEC.table titled “BSc/BE CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME”. Every Engineering University in Pakistan covers different areas in respect of professional civil engineering applications. However objectives of Bachelor of Civil Engineering Courses are same. the courses suggested are such that the civil engineering graduates from all universities are at par and at the same time be prepared to meet the national and international requirements. However the universities are at liberty to formulate their respective course plans. considering the variation in local requirements. The following scheme is recommended: 1 credit hour of theory class = 1 contact hour 1 credit hour of lab / design class / practical = 3 contact hours These above given contact hours cover theory lectures. 10 . Course Contents: Course contents of each course are being provided as guidelines to meet the requirement of uniformity. Number of contact hours: The contact hours for study of courses are kept for university to university. 2.

FRAMEWORK FOR 4-YEAR IN BS/BE CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME Duration: Number of Semesters Number of weeks per semester: Total number of credit hours: Number of credit hours per semester: Engineering Course: Non-Engineering Course: 4 years 8 18 (16 for teaching and 2 for examinations) 136 14-20 69 per cent 31 per cent Non-Engineering Domain Knowledge Area Humanities Sub Area English Name of Course English Language Skills Technical Communicati on Skills Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills Islamic Studies Pakistan Studies Social Science – I Social Science – II Construction Management Hydrology & Water Resources Management Hazards and Disaster Management Applied Calculus/ Math-I Differential Equations/ Math-II Engineering Economics Math-III Numerical Analysis/ Math-IV Lec CH 2 Lab CH 0 Credit Hours 2 Total Cour ses Total Cred its % Area % Over all 2 0 2 3 5 0 1 1 Culture 2 1 2 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 2 3 4 3 9 2 4 2 3 Social Sciences Management Sciences Professional Practice 2 0 2 Natural Sciences Math 3 0 3 3 0 3 8 21 2 0 2 3 0 3 11 .

Probability & Statistics/ Math-V Physics Elective-I ElectiveII Total Engineering Mechanics Engineering Geology Geo Informatics 2 0 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 4 2 2 18 42 Lec CH: Lecture Credit Hours Knowledge Area Computing Sub Area Name of Course Lab CH: Laboratory Credit Hours Lec CH 1 2 Lab CH 2 1 Credit Hours 3 3 3 1 2 3 9 Total Cour ses Total Cred its % Area % Over all Fundamentals Estimation Design Engineering Foundation -- Major Based Core (Breadth) -- Computer Programing Quantity Surveying & Estimation Civil Engg.I Transportation Planning & Engineering Structural Analysis-II 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 3 4 4 3 8 3 4 4 3 3 28 3 3 1 1 4 4 6 20 2 3 1 0 3 3 3 0 3 12 . Drawing & Graphics Civil Engg Materials Engineering Drawing Engineering Surveying Mechanics of Solids-I Structural Analysis-I Soil Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Construction Engineering Advanced Engineering Surveying Advanced Fluid Mechanics Plain & Reinforced Concrete-I Environmental Engineering.

00 13 .Major Based Core (Depth) -- InterDisciplinary Engineering Breadth (Electives) Civil Engineering Project -- -- Plain & Reinforced Concrete-II Mechanics of Solids-II Geo Technical & Foundation Engineering Highway & Traffic Engineering Environmental Engineering-II Steel Structures Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering Basic ElectroMechanical Engineering Architecture & Town Planning Civil Engineering Project Civil Engineering Project 3 1 4 2 1 3 3 3 1 1 4 4 7 24 2 3 3 0 0 1 2 3 4 3 1 4 2 7 3 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 1 6 Total 27 94 SUMMARY-CIVIL ENGINEERING Domain Name of Course Non-Engineering Humanities Management Sciences Natural Sciences Sub Total Computing Engineering Foundation Major Based Core (Breadth) Major Based Core (Depth) Inter-Disciplinary Engineering Breadth (Electives) Civil Engineering Project Industrial Training/Internship (Summer) Sub Total Total Courses 7 3 8 18 3 8 6 7 2 1 0 27 45 Total Credit Hours 12 9 21 42 9 28 20 24 7 6 0 94 136 % Overall 31 Engineering 69 Total 100.

SCHEME OF STUDIES OF CIVIL ENGINEERING FOR BS/BE LEVEL Course Outline Knowledge Area Sub Area Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Contact Hours (Theory + Practical) Total Credit Hours Course No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 SEMESTER-I Civil Engineering Materials Basic ElectroMechanical Engineering Engineering Drawing English Language Skills Applied Calculus / Maths-I Pakistan Studies Engineering Foundation IDEE F-I 2+1 2+3=5 3 IDEE-I F – II English-I 3+1 3+3=6 4 Engineering Foundation Humanities 2+2 2+0 2+6=8 2+0=2 4 2 Natural Sciences Humanities Math-I 3+0 3+0=3 3 Culture-I 1+0 13+4 1+0=1 13+12 2+6=8 3+0=3 2+0=2 3+3=6 3+0=3 1 17 4 3 2 4 3 SEMESTER-II Engineering Surveying Engineering Geology Islamic Studies Engineering Mechanics Differential Equations / Maths-II Engineering Foundation Natural Sciences-I Humanities Natural Sciences Natural Sciences F – III Elective-I Culture-II Physics Math-II 2+2 3+0 2+0 3+1 3+0 13+3 13+9 16 SEMESTER-III Computer Programing Civil Engg. Drawing & Graphics Advanced Engineering Surveying Mechanics of Computing Computing Fundame ntals Design B–I F – IV 1+2 1+2 1+6=7 1+6=7 3 3 Breadth 2+1 2+3=5 3 Engineering 2+1 2+3=5 3 14 .

16 Solids-I Engineering Economics Foundation Natural Sciences Math-III 2+0 8+6 2+0=2 8+18 2 14 SEMESTER-IV 17 18 19 20 21 22 Quantity Surveying & Estimation Structural AnalysisI Soil Mechanics Social Sciences – I * Numerical Analysis / Maths-IV Fluid Mechanics Computing Engineering Foundation Engineering Foundation Humanities Natural Sciences Engineering Foundation Estimation F–V F – VI SS – I Math .IV F – VII 2+1 3+0 3+1 2+0 3+0 3+1 16+3 2+3=5 3+0=3 3+3=6 2+0=2 3+0=3 3+3=6 16+9 3 3 4 2 3 4 19 SEMESTER-V 23 24 25 Probability & Statistics/ Math IV Advanced Fluid Mechanics Technical Communication Skills Social Sciences – II * Plain & Reinforced Concrete-I Construction Engineering Natural Sciences Breadth Humanities Math-V B – II English-II SS – II B – III 3+0 3+1 2+0 3+0=3 3+3=6 2+0=2 3 4 2 26 27 28 Humanities Breadth Engineering Foundation 2+0 3+1 2+1 15+3 2+0=2 3+3=6 2+3=5 15+9 2 4 3 18 F-VIII 15 .

IV 3+0 2+1 3+1 3+0 3+0=3 2+3=5 3+3=6 3+0=3 3 3 4 3 Management Sciences Breadth Professional Practice-II B-V 3+1 3+3=6 4 3+0 17+3 3+0=3 17+9 3 20 SEMESTER-VII Environmental Engineering-I Technical Report Writing & Presentation Skills Architecture & Town Planning Geotechnical & Foundation Engineering Highway & Traffic Engineering Civil Engineering Project Breadth Humanities B –VI English.Course Outline Knowledge Area Sub Area Credit Hours (Theory + Practical) Contact Hours (Theory + Practical) Total Credit Hours Course No 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 (45) 40 41 42 43 44 SEMESTER-VI Construction Management Mechanics of Solid-II Pain & Reinforced Concrete-II Transportation Planning & Engineering Hydrology & Water Resources Management Structural Analysis-II Management Sciences Depth Depth Breadth Professional Practice-I D-I D-II B.III 2+1 0+1 2+3=5 0+3=3 3 1 IDEE Depth IDEE-II D – III D – IV 3+0 3+1 3+0=3 3+3=6 3 4 Depth Civil Engineering Project 3+1 0+3 3+3=6 0+9=9 4 3 -- 11+7 11+21 18 SEMESTER-VIII Geo Informatics Environmental Engineering-II Steel Structures Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering Hazards and Disaster Natural Science Depth Depth Depth Elective-II D–V D – VI D – VII 1+1 2+0 3+0 3+1 1+3=4 2+0=2 3+0=3 3+3=6 2 2 3 4 Management Sciences 2+0 2+0=2 2 16 .

Depth 17 . 5. 2.Management 45 Civil Engineering Project Civil Engineering Project -- 0+3 0+9=9 3 9+5 9+15 14 Total Credit Hours = 136 * 1. 3. 6. Any one from the list at Annex “A” Abbreviations used: SS F NS B IDEE D Social Science Foundations Natural Science Breadth Inter-disciplinary Engineering Elective. 4.

Properties and application of mortars. Types of concrete. Use and significance in civil engineering. Comparison of lime and cement. Fine and coarse aggregates: Definition and Introduction of aggregates. Introduction and manufacture of lime. Properties and applications of ceramics in buildings. Properties of concrete. Characteristics of good building stones. Applications. Types. Types. Components and manufacture of concrete. Types of cement. Polymer technology. Manufacture of ceramics. Artificial stones Cement and Lime: Introduction and manufacture of Ordinary Portland cement. Brick dimensions. Setting and hardening of lime. Methods of manufacture. Mechanical properties. Physical properties. Constituents of cement. History and evolution of bricks. Introduction about concrete. Manufacture and classification of bricks. Chemical properties. Special cements. Importance and methods of grading of aggregates Cementitious materials: Introduction about mortars. Physical properties of aggregates.  To develop the skills for identification of suitable construction materials for civil engineering projects. Properties. Construction materials. Plastics: Structure of plastics. Mechanical properties of aggregates. Methods of preparation of mortars. Use of plastics as construction material Glass: Constituents of glass. Electrical & Thermal properties Stone: Introduction. Cement hydration. Course Outline: Materials and properties: Introduction of materials. Effects of various chemicals on concrete Ceramics and Bricks: History and evolution of ceramics. Types. Properties and applications of bricks. Applications of lime. Title of the Course: CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS Credit Hours: 2+1= 3 Specific Objectives of course:  To familiarize students about the characteristics of construction materials used in civil engineering. Properties and field tests of cement.DETAIL OF COURSES 1. Advantages and drawbacks 18 .

19 . General characteristics. Recommended Books: 1. Important failures in steels Thermometry and acoustics: Mode of Heat transfer in buildings. Paints: Objectives. AC Induction Machines. Types. Copper. Types of steel. Edward Allen. Converting Machines. Manufacture of steel. inductance. John Wiley & Sons. Duggal. voltage. DC machines. Stainless steel. Introduction to node voltage and loop current methods. 2009. McGraw Hill.. Heat treatment to steel. Transformers. S. Abrasives. Preservation of wood. Thermal conductivity and diffusivity of building materials. Lamination of wood. Joseph Iano. Principles of Materials Science & Engineering. Ohm's law. Course Outline: Electrical Engineering Component: Electrical Elements and Circuits: Electric current. Fundamental of Building Construction Materials and Methods. Building Materials.Noise Reduction Coefficients of building materials Miscellaneous Construction Materials: Asbestos. Composition. Ferrous metals: Iron. Cast iron and steel. 1995 3. Types. Introduction. Rubber . 2. Title of the Course: BASIC ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 Specific Objectives of Course:  To enable students to acquire basic knowledge of electrical and mechanical engineering relevant to civil engineering. NY 2004 2. Cork. William F. Insulation in houses. K. objectives and applications of varnish Metals: Introduction about metals. Types of insulations. Road metal Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Acoustic insulation.Wood: Structure of tree. Lead. Zinc. Seasoning of wood. power and energy. Consideration in choosing a particular paint.. Smith. Nickel. Hot and cold rolled steels. AC Synchronous Machines. capacitance. Asphalt. Non-ferrous metals: Aluminium. AC single and poly-phase system. Kirchoff's laws. Properties of good sound proof materials . New Age International. Bitumen. Plaster of Paris.

Paul Basic Electrical Engineering by Dltoro. Mechanical Engineering Component: Basic Concepts: Fundamentals of Heat Transfer. Method of sections including assembly sections. graphic symbols. Ryner Joel . K. Conduction. 2007 Theraja.C. 5. Principles of House wiring and Industrial wiring. Electronics: Diode. 2nd Edition. Overall Heat Transfer Coefficients. S. Laws of Thermodynamics. Longman Basic Electrical Technology by T. generation. To develop the skills to understand fundamentals of structural drawings Course Outline: Introduction: Introduction to the subject and drawing equipment. systems. natural Ventilations. Lettering and dimensioning. Nagasarkar & Suhkija. Title of the Course: ENGINEERING Credit Hours: 2+2= 4 DRAWING Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to learn basics of engineering drawing. Orthographic projection. Heating and cooling load and its calculations. 6. 2nd Edition. B. etc. making of free hand sketches from solid objects and from orthographic projections. 2001.Power Plant Installations and Distribution System: Power Systems layout. Projections: Development of surfaces. free hand sketches and isometric views. 2. LDT’s. Intersection of surfaces. Consideration for air-conditioning in buildings. Electrical Technology. Longman T. transmission. Outline of A. Comfort charts. Thermal Conductivity. Practical Equations. Introduction to machine drawing. D. LVDT’s. Electrical know how related to experimental design instrumentations like corrosion rate measurements. 1996. Isometric and pictorial projections of solid figures. Prentice Hall. Radiation. Basic Mechanical Engineering Elements by Griffith J. 5th Edition. Transistor and simple rectifier circuit. strain guages. Illumination. orthogonal projections of simple solids in simple position. oblique and auxiliary planes. distribution and utilization of electric power. Recommended Books: 1. L. Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC): Introduction to HVAC components. Applied Thermodynamics. Convection. 3. 2008 3. Applied Thermodynamics. Internal Combustion Engines. 5th Edition. & Mcconkey. Chand. 2004. Introduction to domestic electrification. 4. 20 . Insulating materials Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class.

verbs (transitive and intransitive). Punctuation and spellings. subject and predicate. D. pronunciation and meanings. 5th Edition. Polymer Publication Lahore. Course Outline:                Consulting a dictionary for spelling. and Irfan. Bhatt. Comprehension. H. Parkinson. 21 . answer to questions on a given text. kinds. A. Reprint 1964. reviews of the same. Reading skills: skimming. S “Drafting Fundamentals”. 1994. H. Pakistan. unified and coherent paragraph. Charotar Book Stall 4. Analysis of sentence structure. 2. Recommended Books: 1. John Willy & Sons. Skill Worker: Student Activity Book: BA English for Paper B. Practice in writing a unified correct sentence. C. Mansoor. Library resources. 4. 2nd Edition.Architectural Drawing: Introduction to Civil Engineering drawing.. 1st Ed. A First Year Engineering Drawing. Jensen C. McGraw Hill. Shafi. P. Engineering Drawing. Translation (Urdu into English). N. 50th Edition (2010). preparation of plan. intensive reading and improving reading speed. Summary and précis making. English language Book Society.H and Mason F. Engineering Drawing and Geometry. 3. use of articles. Pattern of laying reinforcement in structural members. Sentence. Showing of documentaries. Polymer English Grammar and Composition for BA/BSc1994. S. 2002. Horchsel R. Practice in writing a good. 2. Caravan Book House Lahore. 1st Ed. elevation and sections for simple buildings. plumbing and electrification details. Pakistan. Lab Outline: Preparation of various drawing sheets related to the course outline will be carried out. Clauses. listing books (bibliography). scanning. Recommended Books: 1. Paragraph writing. S. Types and parts of speech. Title of the Course: ENGLISH Credit Hours: 2+0 = 2 LANGUAGE SKILLS Specific Objectives of course:  To enhance English language skills.

Integration by Substitution. Centres of Pressure and Depth of Centre of Pressure. 3. Functions: Hyperbolic Functions and their Graphical representation.5. Centre of Gravity of a Solid of Revolution. Calculus and Analytic Geometry. Radius and Centre of Curvature. Hyperbolic and Trigonometric identities and their relationship. M. Applications to Small Errors and Approximations. Curve Tracing in Rectangular and Polar Coordinates. (Latest Edition) Talpur. 2. Integration Applications: Volumes of Solids Of Revolution. Surface Revolution. Direction Cosines. Maxima and Minima of Function of one Variable and its Applications. in Three Recommended Books: 1. Function of a Linear Function. Concept of Infinite Series. S. (Latest Edition) Antom. Integration of Trigonometric Functions. Parallel Axes Theorem. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0=3 APPLIED CALCULUS/MATH-I Specific Objective of Course:  To learn fundamentals of mathematics. Ilmi Kutab Khana (Latest Edition) 22 . H. Course Contents: Complex Numbers: Basic Operations. 5. Schaum’s series. John Wiley and Sons. Total Differential. by Partial Fractions and by Parts. Ferozsons (Latest Edition) Yousuf. Speed and Acceleration. Differentiation: Differentiation and Successive Differentiation and its Application to Rate. Integral Calculus: Standard Integrals. Definite Integrals and their Properties and Reduction Formulae. Composite Figures. Schum’s series. Curvature. Partial Differentiation: Partial Differential Coefficient and Chain Rule. Statement of Taylor’s Theorem of Two Independent Variable and its Applications. Euler’s Theorem. Points of Inflexion. Second Moment of Area. Partial Differentiation of an Implicit Function. 4. Complex. Errors and Approximations and Limiting Values of Functions. Mathematical Methods. Calculus and Analytic Geometry. Lengths of Curves. Graphical Representations. Polar and Exponential Forms of Complex Numbers. De’Moivre’s Theorem with Applications. Taylor’s and Mclaurin’s Series and Expansion of Functions. Centroid of a Plane Figure. Convexity and Concavity. Radius of Gyration. Equations of Tangents and Normals. Schum’s Series (Latest Edition) Schaum’s series. Perpendicular Axes Theorem. Calculus. Exponential Functions. Leibritze’s Theorem and its Applications. Analytical Solid Geometry: Rectangular Co-ordinate Systems Dimensions. Plane (Straight Line) and Sphere. calculus and analytical geometry. Moment of Inertia. Rules of Pappus.

Economic institutions and issues b. State & Society in Pakistan. Historical Perspective a. 1958-71 c. 1993. Safdar. 1977-88 e. Society and social structure c. Making of Pakistan: The Military Perspective. Khalid Bin. Contemporary Pakistan. Ideological rationale with special reference to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. 3. 1999-2008 g. 5. The Political System of Pakistan. 2000. Indus Civilization ii. Noor ul. Title of the Course: PAKISTAN STUDIES Credit Hours: 1+0 = 1 Specific Objectives of course:  To develop vision of Historical Perspective. Burki. Karachi: Oxford University Press. Pakistan Kayyun Toota. Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. 1971-77 d. Foreign policy of Pakistan and challenges e. Lahore. b. Ethnicity d. Akbar. ideology of Pakistan. 1947-58 b.  To study the process of governance. issues arising in the modern age and posing challenges to Pakistan. 2. Zaidi. Lahore: Idara-e-Saqafat-e-Islamia. 2. Course Outline: 1. Issue in Pakistan’s Economy. Location and Geo-Physical features. 23 . Government and Politics in Pakistan Political and constitutional phases: a. Sayed. Muslim advent iii.6. The Macmillan Press Ltd 1980. People and Land i. Government. 4. S. 1967. Factors leading to Muslim separatism c. Contemporary Pakistan a. 1988-99 f. Shahid Javed. Futuristic outlook of Pakistan Recommended Books: 1. Club Road. Haq. 2008-onward 3. Islamabad: National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. national development. Mehmood. Politics.

Elementary Surveying-An introduction to Geometrics. E. McGraw-Hill (7th Edition). Prentice Hall (8th Edition). & Ghilani C. Bearings and Meridians. 24 . C. Total Stations. 1995 4. EDM Characteristics. Layout of buildings and structures. R. Theodolite and its Types. To enable students in reading and preparing surveying maps. Traversing and Triangulation. 2004. Leveling and Contouring: Methods and types of levels. Plotting. Highways. branches and their application. 2008 3. Prismoidal formula. Recommended Books: 1. 1966 5. Techniques: Distance measurement techniques. Prentice Hall. McGraw Hill Book Company. Davis. 1984. Introduction to Surveying. Modern Methods in Surveying: Principles of EDM Operation. Computation of areas and volumes by various methods. Contour Maps. W. Railways. Surveying for Construction. McGraw-Hill (4th Edition). Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Methods and applications of contouring.sections. Surveying principles and Application. James M. Plane Table Surveying. Field procedures for Total Stations in Topographic Surveys. Surveying Drafting and Computations: Maps and Plans. Russel. 2.7. Construction Surveys. Surveying Theory and Practice. Instruments used. Kavanagh. Harper Collins (9th Edition). To develop skills to use modern survey instruments. B. R. Computations of area and volumes by graphical analysis and use of surveying software. P. W. 1997 6. Construction layout using Total Stations. USA. Precise leveling. definitions of basic surveying terms. International Student Edition. 11th Edition. Field Work: Horizontal and Vertical control. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+2= 4 ENGINEERING SURVEYING Specific Objectives of Course:    To enable students to understand theory and practice of land surveying. Wolf P. Profiles. Mikhail. D. Irvine.. Elementary Surveying. Cross. Course Outline: Introduction: Introduction to land surveying. Anderson and Edward M. Pipelines and other infrastructures. and Brinker.

Seismic Waves. luster. faults and other fractures. and foliations. wide. Color of grains. streak. Geology of Aquifers. unconformities. Sedimentary) Importance of Geology for Civil Engineering Projects: Physical properties and identification of common rock forming minerals Rocks formation and classification: According to the mode of occurrences and their compositions Weathering and Erosion: Weathering classification: fresh. Geological classification and identification of Rocks by geological names: Identification and subordinate constitutions in rock samples such as seams or branches of other types of minerals for example. 25 . protective measures against earthquakes zoning of earthquakes in Pakistan. Wells. Lime stone. slightly weathered. Metamorphic. Effects of folding. specific gravity. moderately weathered etc. as decorative stones and as industrial rocks such as color. water absorption and unit weight etc.8. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0= 3 Prerequisites: ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Specific Objectives of course:   To understand composition of various minerals. Classification of Earthquakes. hardness classification.. cleavages. clay and breccias etc. Springs and Ground Water Conditions. sand. medium etc. Dolomite. Spacing of discontinuities: close. Classification of Durability of Rocks in Dry and wet condition with durability test: Engineering and physical properties of rocks. identification as a coarse grained. Discontinuity classification: Joints. Geological technical properties of rocks used as building stones. Process of external and internal origin (Volcanic. rocks and their properties. faulting and jointing on civil engineering projects and their recognition in the field. Brief Introduction to structural Geology: Plate Tectonics with respect to the global application. earthquakes. description with respect to the rock color. causes of earthquakes. Earthquake Intensity Scales (modified Mercalli Scale). Course Outline: Introduction to Geology: The Earth as a planet. Cycle of Erosion. Calcareous sand stone. Formation of Meanders. micro structural features: lamination. To develop a solid base for application of geology to engineering problems. Folds. Description of Rock masses as thickly bedded or thinly bedded: Identification of filling in joints: sand.

Glaciers and Glaciations: Origin of Glacial Ice. 2006 Krynine. Geology for Engineers. 2. Volcanoes: Formation of Volcanoes.63-77) 5) Verses of Surah Al-Inam Related to Ihkam (Verse No-152-154) 26 . Types of Land Slides. Engineering Geology. Brief introduction to geology of Pakistan Recommended Books: 1. Principles of Engineering Geology & Geotechnics. McGraw-Hills Inc. H. 2nd Edition. Causes of land Slides. tunnels. Blyth. 1957 9. Protective Measures for Land Slides. Products of Eruptions. reservoirs. Engineering Considerations. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+0 = 2 Prerequisites: ISLAMIC STUDIES (Compulsory) Specific Objectives of course: 1 2 3 4 To provide Basic information about Islamic Studies To enhance understanding of the students regarding Islamic Civilization To improve Students skill to perform prayers and other worships To enhance the skill of the students for understanding of issues related to faith and religious life. 1984 Bell. Movement of Glaciers. Types of Volcanoes. Course Outline: INTRODUCTION TO QURANIC STUDIES 1) Basic Concepts of Quran 2) History of Quran 3) Uloom-ul -Quran STUDY OF SELECTED TEXT OF HOLLY QURAN 1) Verses of Surah Al-Baqra Related to Faith(Verse No-284-286) 2) Verses of Surah Al-Hujrat Related to Adab Al-Nabi (Verse No-1-18) 3) Verses of Surah Al-Mumanoon Related to Characteristics of faithful (Verse No-1-11) 4) Verses of Surah al-Furqan Related to Social Ethics (Verse No. G. Butterworth-Heinemann. 3. 7th Edition. ports/harbors and other civil engineering structures: Land Slides: Definition. Engineering Considerations. Engineering Considerations.Role of geology in selection of sites for dams. Glacial Erosion. Butterworth-Heinemann. Types of Glaciers. F. Nature and Types of Eruption.

A.) 2) Verses of Surah Al-Hashar (18.21.W) II 1) Life of Holy Prophet (S. Day of Judgment 3) Verses of Surah Al-Saf Related to Tafakar.40.W) in Makkah 3) Important Lessons Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Makkah SEERAT OF HOLY PROPHET (S. Related to thinking.58.14) SEERAT OF HOLY PROPHET (S.A.A.W) I 1) Life of Muhammad Bin Abdullah ( Before Prophet Hood) 2) Life of Holy Prophet (S.STUDY OF SELECTED TEXT OF HOLLY QURAN 1) Verses of Surah Al-Ihzab Related to Adab al-Nabi (Verse No.A.6.Tadabar (Verse No-1.W) in Madina 2) Important Events of Life Holy Prophet in Madina 3) Important Lessons Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Madina INTRODUCTION TO SUNNAH 1) Basic Concepts of Hadith 2) History of Hadith 3) Kinds of Hadith 4) Uloom-ul-Hadith 5) Sunnah & Hadith 6) Legal Position of Sunnah SELLECTED STUDY FROM TEXT OF HADITH INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC LAW & JURISPRUDENCE 1) Basic Concepts of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence 2) History & Importance of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence 3) Sources of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence 4) Nature of Differences in Islamic Law 5) Islam and Sectarianism ISLAMIC CULTURE & CIVILIZATION 1) Basic Concepts of Islamic Culture & Civilization 2) Historical Development of Islamic Culture & Civilization 3) Characteristics of Islamic Culture & Civilization 4) Islamic Culture & Civilization and Contemporary Issues ISLAM & SCIENCE 1) Basic Concepts of Islam & Science 2) Contributions of Muslims in the Development of Science 3) Quran & Science ISLAMIC ECONOMIC SYSTEM 1) Basic Concepts of Islamic Economic System 2) Means of Distribution of wealth in Islamic Economics 3) Islamic Concept of Riba 4) Islamic Ways of Trade & Commerce 27 .

“Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence” Islamic Research Institute. in Islam ISLAMIC HISTORY 1) Period of Khlaft-e-Rashida 2) Period of Ummayyads 3) Period of Abbasids SOCIAL SYSTEM OF ISLAM 1) Basic Concepts of Social System Of Islam 2) Elements of Family 3) Ethical Values of Islam Recommended Books: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Hameed ullah Muhammad. kinetics and kinematics. Religion and Society” Deep & Deep Publications New Delhi (1989) Dr. ‘Introduction to Islam Mulana Muhammad Yousaf Islahi. Newton's laws of motion. Pakistan. Scalar and vector quantities. Islamabad Hameed ullah Muhammad. time. Course Outline: Basic Concepts: Concepts of space. “Emergence of Islam” . “Studies in Islamic Law.POLITICAL SYSTEM OF ISLAM 1) Basic Concepts of Islamic Political System 2) Islamic Concept of Sovereignty 3) Basic Institutions of Govt. “Introduction to Al Sharia Al Islamia” Allama Iqbal Open University. Title of the Course Credit Hours: 3+1=4 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to understand relationships of physical processes. 28 . mass. International Islamic University. IRI. Islamabad (2001) 10.S. Bhatia. acceleration and force. velocity. “Muslim Conduct of State” Hameed ullah Muhammad. Ahmad Hasan. Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq. “An Introduction to the Study of Islamic Law” leaf Publication Islamabad. Islamabad (1993) Mir Waliullah. “Muslim Jrisprudence and the Quranic Law of Crimes” Islamic Book Service (1982) H. Law of gravitation.” Hussain Hamid Hassan. To develop skills to use the basic principles of mechanics in engineering applications.

Friction: Coulomb's theory of friction. 4. Kraige. Beer and E. Statically determinate problems especially of civil engineering importance. energy criterion for equilibrium. Special 29 . J. Prentice Hall. 2003 Ferdinand P. conditions of support and attachment to other bodies. Kinematics: Work. Support Reactions under different types of loading. principal axes. Problems involving friction on flat and curved surfaces.Statics and Dynamics. Mariam & L. 2007 11. Introduction to shear force and bending moment diagrams. application to simple cases. “Vector Mechanics for Engineers”. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies: Free body concept. (10th Edition). Potential energy. 3. G. 2. L. Newton’s equation of motion. L. Degree of restraint and static determinacy. Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics. Simple cases of resultant and resolution of forces in space. Recommended Books: 1. Conditions of equilibrium of co-planar forces. 2008 F. 7th Edition. Application of Principles of Dynamics: Rectilinear and curvilinear motion. Harper and Row Publisher. analytical and graphical formulations. energy and power. Course Outline: Matrices: Basic concept. Equilibrium of two-force and three-force bodies. Virtual work formulation of equilibrium of coplanar force. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. R. Russel Johnston Jr. second moment of area. addition of matrices and its multiplication with a scalar number. Engineering Mechanics. triangle & polygon law and funicular polygon. John Wiley & Sons. C. Singer. Dynamic equilibrium Introduction to practical use of the above principles and properties. 1987. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0=3 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS / MATHS-II Specific Objectives of course:   To introduce basic techniques pertaining to matrices To learn formulation/solution of differential equations and Fourier series.System of Forces: Resultant and resolution of co-planer forces using parallelogram. Matrix multiplication and its properties. 4th ed. Hibbeler. stability of equilibrium. Partitioning of matrices. first moment of area. centroid. polar second moment of area and radius of gyration. Engineering Mechanics. 6th Edition. Rigid Bodies: Geometrical properties of plane areas.

Schaum’s Outline Series. 2nd and Higher Orders Equations: Special types of 2nd order differential equations with constant coefficients and their solutions. Linear differential equations of the 1st order and equations reducible to the linear form. Linear homogeneous partial differential equations and relations to ordinary differential equations. Bernoulli’s equations and orthogonal trajectories. transpose of a matrix. The operator D. Fourier Series: Periodic functions and expansion of periodic functions in Fourier series and Fourier coefficients. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Solution of differential equations by operator D methods. Speigal M. Inverse operator 1/ D. formation and solution of differential equations by direct integration and by separating the variables. Program structure and flow charts. Half range expansions of Fourier series. Application of Matrices. Expansion of functions with arbitrary periods. Course Outline: Introduction to personal computer setup: Introduction to Operating systems. Lagrange’s solution. rank of matrix. Solution of first order linear and special types of second and higher order differential equations. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 1+2=3 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Specific Objectives of Course:   To enable students to learn computer languages and Microsoft Office. input/output statements. Various standard forms. Recommended Books: 1. 2. Partial Differential Equations: Basic concepts and formation of partial differential equations. Simple application of differential equations in Engineering. Cauchy’s differential equations. Row operations Echelon & reduced Echelon form of matrix.matrices. 1992. arithmetic Operations and functions. John Wiley and Sons. To develop skills of computer programming and its applications in elementary civil engineering problems. decision making statements & loop 30 . Eigen values and Eigenvectors 1st Order Differential Equations: Basic concepts. Homogeneous equations and equations reducible to homogeneous form. Odd and even functions and their Fourier series. Theory and Problems of Laplace Transforms. Computer programming. Special cases. Adjoin and inverse of a square matrix.. D’Alembert’s solution of the wave equation and two dimensional wave equations. engineering application. Simultaneous differential equations. (10th Edition). 12. Ervin Kreyszig. Programming Language: Fundamentals of Visual C++ /Visual Basic. R. 2010.

McGraw-Hill. highway and motor way drawings. Introduction to Microsoft Office Lab Outline: Exercises on Programming Tools and use of web as an academic resources. electrical. Sybex Computer Books Inc. schematic and working drawings and details of residential. Course Outline: General: Need and requirement of drawings for civil Engineering projects. R. details of doors. components. staircases etc. Title of the Course: CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING & GRAPHICS Credit Hours: 1+2= 3 Prerequisites: Engineering Drawing Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to prepare and understand architectural and structural drawings. e. and educational buildings. Mastering Visual Basic 6.g. industrial. (1st Edition) 2. 1998 13. religious. Visual C++ 6 (2nd Edition). plumbing. roads and earth work etc. air-conditioning. Building Drawing: Elements of architectural planning and design. hydraulic structures. 31 . 1992 3. hospital. windows. Nieto. Black Book of C++ (Latest Edition) 4. drainage structures. Drawings at different stages of projects. Programming of simple and elementary civil engineering problems.functions and subroutines. commercial. BS Programming with Structured Basics (Schaum Series). recreational. Deitel & Deitel. conceptual. General nature of drawings. T. . data types and file formats. elements of perspective drawing Civil Engineering Drawing: General description of working drawings related to civil engineering projects. Gottfried. USA. Recommended Books: 1. clinical. Evangelos Petroutsos. Steven Holzner . To have sufficient knowledge of working drawings related to civil engineering projects. structural. symbols and nomenclature needed for specific drawings such as architectural.

block and drawing import/export options. 32 . Computer Aided Drafting: General and basic know how related to computer aided drafting.Elements of structural drawing and detailing: Preparation of foundation plan. Contour Maps. Parabolic curves. Use of surveying software. 3. Superelevation. Reverse. Plotting. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+1= 3 ADVANCED ENGINEERING SURVEYING Prerequisites: Engineering Surveying Specific Objectives of course:  To acquire knowledge of control surveys and their use in advanced branches of surveying. Prismoidal formula. water tanks. Area by graphical analysis. (latest edition). cross hatching. Civil Engineering Drawing. co-ordinate system. Malik Book Dept. Publishers Ltd. structural framing. Maps and Plans. Setting out circular curve by various methods. Profiles. B. Civil Engineering Drawing. creating text and defining styles options. 2.sections. Spiral curves. Computation of the high or low point on a vertical curve. 1999 Boughton. Plumbing and electrical detailing pertaining to small residential units. Gurcharan Singh.g. Circular curves. Mastering AutoCad 2000. 4. UBS Publications. Spiral curve computations. End areas and Volumes. connection details and fabrication drawings. Highway and Railway Curves: Route surveys. Chakarborti. Calculation of volumes.  To apply principles of surveying and modern tools in related field problems. Reinforced Concrete Detailer’s Manual (Reference Book). basic edit commands. HarperCollins. Course Outline: Surveying Drafting and Computations: General. Sybex. e. Area computations. Design considerations. staircase details. Deflections and Chord calculations. beam and column elevations and sections mostly pertaining to reinforced concrete structures. Cross.. Compound curves. M. drawings setup procedure. Lahore George Ormura. Vertical. layers. Approximate solution for spiral problems. save and plot (2D) and isometric drawings Introduction to Building Information Modelling Lab Outline: Preparation of various drawing sheets related to the course outline will be carried out. slab details. London 14. basic draw commands. (latest edition). Details of steel roof truss. Recommended Books: 1.

Global Positioning System (GPS): Background information. Recommended Books: 1. Horizontal control. Computations for the Transverse Mercator Secant Projection. Direction of a line by observations on Polaris. Vertical control. Time and procedure for Observing Polaris. Planning. Vertical positioning. Inc. Survey vessels. Photogrammetry: Introduction. Global positioning. Pearsons Education (2010) 33 . 7th Edition. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Photograph overlap. Stereo plotting instruments. 11th Edition. Flight planning. Position-fixing techniques. Lillesand & Ralph W. Thomas. Geodesy Universal Transverse Mercator grid system. Use of grid coordinates. Aerial photogrammetry and its applications. Computations for the Lambert projection. Modified Transverse Mercator grid system. Wolf P. Kiefer Remote Sensing and Images Interpretation. Sounding plan. R. Rail Road. Photogrammeteric mapping. Receivers. Hydrographic Surveys: General. (2005).Construction Surveys: Introduction. Satellites. 2. GPS surveying techniques and applications. Ground control for mapping. 5th edition. Initial ambiguity resolution. Surveying with Construction Applications. Gyro theodolite. 3. Flying heights. State plane coordinate grid system. M. John Wiley & Sons. Survey planning. Buildings. Processing and Presentation of data. & Ghilani C. Control survey markers. Lambert projection. Horizontal control techniques. 2004. Kavanagh Barry. D. Stereoscopic viewing and parallax. Errors.. Control Surveys: General. Depth and Tidal measurements. USA. Horizontal and Vertical control. Mosaics. Pipelines and other construction surveys. Analytical plotters. Objectives of hydrographic survey and electronic charting. Elementary Surveying – An introduction to Geomatics. Triangulation. Prentice Hall. Computation technique for azimuth determination. Orthophotos. Relief displacement.

Shear Flow. Pitman Publishing.. Poisson’s Ratio. Mechanics of Materials. Prentice Hall. F. Moment of resistance and section modulus. Shear Stresses in Beams. Harper & Row Publishers. leaf springs. Goodno. Mechanics of Materials.15. Title of the Course: MECHANICS Credit Hours: 2+1=3 Prerequisites: Engineering Mechanics OF SOLIDS-I Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to learn fundamentals regarding strength of materials. 2004. P. 3. and conditions. Theory of simple bending. Course Outline: Simple Stress and Strain: Kinds of stresses and strains. Temperature stresses and Compound bars. closed coil springs. & F. Strength of Material. PWS Pub Co. their modes of failure. L. shear force. torque and impact loads. Warnock. 1970. Hibbler. 7th Edition. 34 . and Empirical formula like Rankine Gordon Formula etc. Shear Centre. Springs: Open coil springs. Hook’s Law. J. James M... Circular Shafts: Theory of Torsion for solid and hollow circular shafts. Benham. Applications of flexure formula. 4. Analysis of Beams: Shear force and bending moment diagrams of beams under different loading conditions. Load Extension Diagrams for different Materials. CL Engineering 5. James M. Volumetric Strain.. R. bending moments. 1997. C. Gere & Barry. Mechanics of Materials. A. 2008. Pytel. Difference between stress and pressure. V. New York. Recommended Books: 1. P.Singer. Gere & Stephen P. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. To enhance skills of utilizing material of appropriate strength for civil engineering application. Mechanics of Solids and Strength of Materials. Slenderness Ratio. Euler’s formula. 2. Moduli of elasticity. Strain Energy: Strain Energy due to direct loads. 6th Edition. 4th Edition. Lateral strain. equivalent length. Timoshenko. Column and Struts: A short and long axially loaded columns.

Goods and services. Measures of economic worth. financing with debt capital. Course Outline: Fundamentals of Engineering Economics: Basic concepts and principles of Economics. present value. depreciation as a tax shield Selection between Alternatives: Time value of money and financial rate of return. future value and annuities. prevention and settlement of disputes. Recommended Books: 35 .16. Duality problem Depreciation and Taxes: Depreciation concept. making of buy decisions and replacement decisions. competition and monopoly. Elasticity of demand & supply. Consumer and Producer goods. Markets. Capital Financing and Allocation: Funding. Profit and returns on capital. Linear Programming: Mathematical statement of linear programming problems. Graphic solution Simplex procedure. Payback Period. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+0=2 Engineering Economics Specific Objectives of course:   To introduce the fundamentals of engineering economics. Micro-economics theory. Methods of depreciation. Sensitivity and Breakeven Analysis. Allocation of capital among independent projects. Trading on equity. Price-supply-demand-relationship. Cost-Benefit Analysis. types of stocks. Non-monitory values. the problems of financial scarcity. alternatives having different lives. Theory of production and laws of return. Labour problems. Gain (loss) on the disposal of an asset. Capital Budgeting. Incremental Analysis. Equilibrium. To enable students to perform economic analysis of different projects. productivity of capital. Banking and Specialized credit institution. labour organization. partnership and joint companies. Rate of Return Analysis. Economic life. Theory of pricing. Financial leveraging Business Organization and Industrial Relationship: Types of ownership. funding agencies and planning commission. Basic concept of Engineering Economy. Financing with equity capital.

Recommended Books: 1. termination. McGraw-Hill 36 . Measurement. Escalation. steel truss. Liquidated damages and penalty/ bonus clauses. Claims. and maintaining of Measurement Books. suspension of work. and finishes works. S.17. 3. 1975 4. Jimmie Hinze. 9th Ed. working out quantities. excavation. General practice in government departments for schedule of rates and specifications. Overview of engineering and professional registration. Estimating and Costing in Civil Engineering. road. sanitary. 24th Ed. Ltd. To enhance skill of students in preparing detail estimates and bill of quantities for various civil engineering projects. rights and liabilities of project key stakeholders. S. Title of the Course: QUANTITY Credit Hours: 2+1= 3 SURVEYING & ESTIMATION Specific Objectives of course:    To enhance the ability of students to learn the various principles of computations related to quantity surveying. Specifications for various items of construction. Fundamentals of construction. specification and costing of sitework. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. 2010. Chand & Co. Keith Collier. Bill of Quantities (BOQ) & Measurement Book (MB): Types and methods of estimates. building etc. carpentry. Contents and preparation of bills of quantities for different projects like irrigation. Evaluation of proposals and contracts. backfill. Changes. Rate analysis. breach of contract. 3rd Edition. Course Outline: Scope: Scope of civil engineering works. Dutta. Priced bill of quantity. Prentice Hall. liability for negligence. Overview of Contract Law and Dispute Resolution: Contract express and implied terms. statutory and regulatory laws affecting construction. 1999 2. Estimating. D. Construction Contracts. D. sewer and water mains pipe works. Delays. Pvt. concrete. roads. SOS Free Stock. Estimating & Cost Accounting. Costing and Accounts. Tendering: Preparation of civil engineering contracts and tender documents. Alternate Dispute Resolutions Techniques. Kohli. contractor licensing. acceleration. To familiarize students with tender and contract documents. rates and cost analysis of construction materials. masonry. Contingency. Overview and discussion of estimating procedures and considerations for concrete retaining wall. insurance and bonds.

LEET & Chia-Ming Uang. axial force) in these structures. Analysis of Determinate pin Jointed Structures: Method of joints.5. Rotation and deflection of plane trusses and frames. Alexender Chajes. 37 . W. 2009 6. 2nd Edition. Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures. method of sections. Palgrave Macmillon. Harold J. bending moment. R. K. K. To enhance the skills of analyzing determinate structures under various loading conditions. Hibbler. Analysis of Statically Determinate Rigid Jointed Plane Frames: Shear force. C. Rotation and Deflection: Rotation and deflection of beams by moment area method. unit load method. Moving Loads: Influence lines for reactions. Wiley. C. Calculation of maximum stress function (reaction. conjugate beam method. influence lines for member forces in pin jointed frames. 18. Prentice Hall. Castigliano’s second theorem. Robert S. Redundancy and stability of structures. Fundamental Structural Analysis. McGraw-Hill. J. Wang. Marks Kalin. method of moment and shears and graphical method. N. H. bending moment and axial force diagrams for these structures. H. 7th Edition. double integration method.. Indeterminate Structures Analysis. Moving loads on three hinged arches and suspension bridge. 3rd Edition. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0 = 3 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to learn basics of analysis of determinate structures. Three Hinged Arches. Fundamentals Structural Analysis Prentice Hall. Course Outline: Introduction to structural analysis: Types of structures. 2002 2. graphical method. Recommended Books: 1. shear force and bending moment in statically determinate beams and paneled girders. 2010. shear. Structural Analysis. Regenar. Inc. 1988 New York. Weygant. 1995 3. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis. Cables and Suspension Bridges: Basic considerations in analysis and design. 7th Edition. structural idealisation and loads. John Willey-New York. Structural Analysis. . M. Principle of virtual work. Rosen & John R. Spencer. 4. J: Prentice Hall. West. 5.

wash boring. Methods of soil exploration: probing. Permeability and Seepage: Darcy's law. voids ratio. compaction standards. Soil Classification: Importance of soil classification. Laboratory and field tests for determination of shear strength. rotary drilling. parameters. Pressure bulb. capillarity and its effects. phases and scope. soil formation: mechanical and chemical weathering agents. Vertical stresses induced due to structural loads: Boussinesq & Westergaard’s theory. Introduction to flow nets.19. degree of saturation. Course Outline: Introduction: Applications in engineering practice. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 SOIL MECHANICS Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to learn soil properties and its behaviour under loading. Compaction: Mechanism. Atterberg's limits. To apply the laws of mechanics to soils so that the engineers can design and construct safe structures on or with soil. Types of soil deposits & their properties. test trenches/pits. Grain size distribution by sieve analysis and hydrometric analysis. effective stress. Field compaction equipment. factors affecting permeability. factors affecting compaction. Disturbed and undisturbed samples. Index properties of soil: Water content. Factors affecting shear strength of soil and its applications in engineering. 38 . Shear Strength: Concept. classification systems. laboratory and field determination of permeability. Stress distribution diagrams on horizontal and vertical planes. shear strength of cohesive and non-cohesive soils. field control and measurements of insitu density. laboratory tests. Relative density. Estimation of seepage quantity and gradients. relative compaction & compaction specification Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. soil structure and clay minerals. moisture density relationship. Coulomb's law. Stress Distribution in Soils: Geo-static stresses. Induced stress at a point outside the loaded area: use of influence charts and 2:1 method. Mass-volume relationships. auger boring. unit weight and their determination. specific gravity. Geotechnical Investigation: Purpose. total stress and pore pressure. porosity. Introduction to Geotechnical report writing.

E. Lagrange's formula of interpolation. Coduto Geotechnical Engineering (Principles and practices) Whitlow. Principles of Geotechnical Engineering. Trapezoidal and Simpson's rule numerical integration techniques. 6. 21. Numerical Analysis by Scheid. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0=3 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS Specific Objectives of course: To introduce various techniques for solving linear. Numerical differentiation. Lamb & Whitman. Bowls. R. Differences of polynomials. Secant method. contour integration. 3. zeros and poles. Complex Variables by Murray R. Method of successive approximation. John Willey & Sons. McGraw-Hills Inc. Course Outline: Solution of Non-Linear Equations: Bisection method. Professional Books. Physical and geotechnical properties of soils. Difference operators and tables. Das. Donald P. Recommended Books: 1. Complex Variables: Limit. Runge-Kutta method. Schaum Series 2. 4. 5th edition. Numerical Integration: Review of integration concept and their physical significance for Engineering. G. Gauss-Seidal method. Schaum Series 39 . Newton's and Gauss interpolating techniques for equally spaced data. Conformal transformations. Cauchy-Reimann Equations. non-linear and difference equations using various numerical methods. Euler and modified Euler methods. Newton's formula for unequal intervals. Newton's method. 5. N. Longman Scientific & Technical Smith. Simple theorems on divided differences. 2. 7. Finite Differences: Finite differences. ThomsonEngineering J. Sparse matrices. Elements of Foundation Design. Elements of Soil Mechanics. Solution of differential equations. G. Soil Mechanics. Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equations: Jacobi's method. Method of false position.. continuity. Braja M. Smith. Spiegel. Granada Publisher. N. Basic Soil Mechanics. Oxford BSP.Recommended Books: 1.

reducers and bends. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 Prerequisites: FLUID MECHANICS Specific Objectives of course:  To enable students to learn basics of fluid mechanics for civil engineering applications. pitot tube and pitot static tube. sharp-crested weirs and notches. free and forced vortex. surface tension. specific weight. hydrodynamics. density. kinematics. venturimeter. Transmission of energy through pipes. Introduction to computer aided analysis of pipe networks. uniform and non-uniform flow. laminar and turbulent flow. buoyancy and floatation. hydraulic grade lines and energy lines. Newton's equation of viscosity. compressibility. Introduction to density currents.22. Losses in pipe lines. head. streamlines and stream tubes. measurement of pressure. Steady Flow through Pipes: Darcy-weisbach equation for flow in pipes. Flow Measurement: Orifices and mouthpieces. Units and dimensions. Piezo-meter. Hydrostatics. Pathline. Most economical rectangular and trapezoida l section. hydraulics. Differential manometer and Borden gauge. Hydrodynamics: Different forms of energy in a flowing liquid. absolute and gauge pressure. stationary and moving blades. Pipes in series and parallel. torques in rotating machines. measurement of viscosity. Physical properties of fluids. Equilibrium of floating and submerged bodies. specific volume. Energy line and Hydraulic Gradient Line. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. manometer. Velocity and discharge. Uniform Flow in Open Channels: Chezy’s and Manning’s equations. Drag and Lift forces. Forces on pressure conduits. Viscosity. Fluid Kinematics: Steady and unsteady flow. specific gravity. Bazin’s and Kutter’s equations. 40 . Forces on Immersed Bodies: Forces on submerged planes & curved surfaces and their applications. Control volume. Fluid Statics: Pressure intensity and pressure head: pressure and specific weight relationship. pressure transducers. velocity methods. Course Outline: Introduction: Solids and fluids (liquids and gases). Equation of continuity for compressible and incompressible fluids. Bernoulli's equation and its application.

frequency curves and their types. standard deviation. kurtosis. median. conditional probability. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. exponential and normal distribution functions and its approximation to Poisson distribution. linear regression and correlation. Statistical methods for engineers by McCuen. and their properties. frequency polygons. moments. tabulation. quartiles. quartile deviation. Richard Prentice Hall 2.Engineering (2011) 23. classes. events. Continuous random variable and its probability density function. uniform. CL.Recommended Books: 1. parabola. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0 = 3 PROBABILITY & STATISTICS Specific Objectives of course:  To learn techniques of probability and statistical analysis of the data. B. circle. sample space. histograms.. Daugherty. Fluid Mechanics. Fluid Mechanics with Engineering Application. discrete random variable and its probability distribution. Basic Statistics for Business & Economics by Doughlas A Lind. 4. J. Moment generating functions.M). Dependent and independent events Random Variable: Introduction. Curve Fitting: Goodness of fit. Harmonic Mean (HM). variance and its coefficients. (Latest Edition) 3. distribution function. Weighted mean. Merle Potter. 5. McGraw-Hill Inc. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. Geometric Mean (GM). Fitting a straight line. Recommended Books: 1. Poisson. Mathematical expectation of a random variable. Mechanics of Fluid. Irwin Publishers 41 . R. McGraw-Hill Inc. mean deviation. L. Probability Distribution: Binomial. Merits and demerits of Averages. Laws of probability. graphical representation. Jack P. McGraw-Hill New York (Latest Edition) 2. Measures of Central Tendency: Means: Arithmetic Mean (A. Probability: Definitions. Monson Young. skewness. Simple Regression: Scatter diagram. Measures of Dispersion: Range. Course Outline: Presentation of Data: Classification. Douglus. Franzini and Fenimore. mode and their relations.

Hardy Cross Method. J. operation and efficiencies. Pipe flow problems. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS Prerequisites: Fluid Mechanics Specific Objectives of course:  To enable students to learn advanced principles of fluid mechanics for broader application to civil engineering projects. Fluid Mechanics. Water Loss. McGraw Hill Book Co. Head losses and material of pipes. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Momentum equation applied to turbines. Mechanics of Fluid. Daugherty. Steady Flow through Pipes: Laminar and turbulent flow in circular pipes. Maximum suction lift. Introduction to related software. L. Orthogonality of stream lines and equipotential lines. CL. Turbine characteristic. 4. Specify speed. specific speed. Implicit and Explicit Equations for Pipe Friction Factor. Flow net and its limitations. reaction and impulse-turbines. 3.. Stream function and velocity potential function. pipe roughness. construction features. Water hammer. & Finnemore E. Minor losses. Fluid Mechanics. Classifications. McGraw-Hill Inc. General equation for friction. Franzini B. Recommended Books: 1. Centrifugal Pumps: Types. Course Outline: Hydrodynamics Review: Ideal and real fluid.Engineering (2011) 42 . Nukuradse’s experiments. Darcy-Weisbach Equation. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics . Water Turbines: Types. Rotational and irrational flow. Pipe Networks: Pipes in series and parallel. Jack P. Specific speed and characteristic curves. Different methods of drawing flow net. Douglus. 2. Reciprocating Pumps: Types. R.. Brief description of flow fields. construction features. Merle Potter. Moody’s diagrams. Velocity profile in circular pipes. Differential equation of continuity. semiempirical theories of turbulence. cavitation and operation.24. branches. McGraw-Hill Inc.

Presenting in English. Crisp Publications Mark. summary and précis writing and comprehension Academic skills Letter / memo writing and minutes of the meeting.25. Routledge Mandel. (ed. Problems / conflicts / dilemmas in application (case studies). 1996. 43 . Types of ethics. Maximize Your Presentation Skills: How to Speak. writing a report. c) how to deal with it. P. and presenting their work for better technical communication Course Outline: Paragraph writing Practice in writing a good. Note: documentaries to be shown for discussion and review Recommended Books: 1. use of library and internet recourses Presentation skills Personality development (emphasis on content. involvement and impact in daily life. Code for Gender Justice. 3 4. style and pronunciation) Engineering / Business Ethics: Need and objectives for code of ethics and its importance. Effective Presentation Skills: A Practical Guide Better Speaking. S.) Handbbook of Communications Skills. Hove: Language Teaching Publications. and speed reading. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+0= 2 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS Specific Objectives of course:  To inculcate in students the skills of organizing material. d) gender equality e) respect etc. K. 2002. b) myths regarding sexual harassment. Ellen.2005 Hargie. O. 2000. Prima Lifestyles . Brief study of other codes of conduct. Codes of conduct: Code of Pakistan Engineering Council. unified and coherent paragraph Essay writing Introduction CV and job application Translation skills Urdu to English Study skills Skimming and scanning. intensive and extensive. Look and Act on Your Way to the Top. 2. Sexual Harassment / discrimination in the workplace: a) why it occurs.

Working Stress Method of Analysis: Working stress method. Design for diagonal tension. Ultimate Strength Method: Ultimate strength method. Importance of working stress method related to pre-stress. crack width. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 PLAIN & REINFORCED CONCRETE-I Specific Objectives of course:   To familiarize the students with the fundamental properties of concrete. Basic Principles of Reinforced Concrete: Basic principles of reinforced concrete design and associated assumptions. 44 . development length. Behavior of reinforced concrete members in flexure. Bond. Hot and Cold Weather Concrete.27. Isolated footings. Additives and Admixtures. Design philosophy. Lightweight Concrete. anchorage. design codes. Precast Concrete with special reference to Cement Concrete Blocks. laps and splices. models and analogies towards solution of diagonal tension problem. Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete. Properties of freshly mixed concrete. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Air Entrainment. Analysis of one-way solid and ribbed slabs. Anchorage & Development Length: Design and detailing for bond. Durability aspects and factors contributing towards durability. Shear in Beams: Shear stress in reinforced concrete sections. serviceability criteria and checks for deflection. factor of safety and load factors. analysis of prismatic and non-prismatic sections in flexure. Design for flexure. Quality Control. Design of short columns under pure compression and with eccentric loading. To enable students to design various structural concrete members Course Outline: Constituent Materials & Properties: Concrete constituent material and its mechanical properties. and crack spacing. structural design of simple rectangular footing and combined footing. Compatibility based analysis of sections and code requirements for flexure. Determination of fundamental structural properties of concrete and non-destructive testing (NDT). Mix Design. Prevailing methods of design of reinforced concrete members. Columns & Footings: Analysis of sections in pure compression. two way solid slabs with general discussion on other slab systems.

. Van National Reinhold. M. Sustainability. Reinforced Concrete Design. 3. S. 2. Construction Equipment: Types of equipment. buildings. Planar and non-planar roofing systems. Depreciation and its methods of estimation. slab on grade. Neville. John Wiley 28. 4. McGraw-Hill F. 4th ed. Design of Concrete Structures. Masonry. sheet piling etc. codes and construction standards. Grading considerations. Reinforce & Prestressed Concrete. Introduction to advanced construction technologies. Construction Methodologies: Methodologies for Excavation in different types of soils and solution of particular problems arising out of condition of sub-soil at site e.g.. analysis of capital and operating costs. Properties of Concrete. de-watering. Site selection and orientation of building. Building permits.g. In-situ and pre-cast concrete construction of buildings. PWS Engineering Wang. To develop ability of students to carry out the construction projects according to drawings and specifications. M. windows. David Darwin. Planar and non-planar Construction aspects related to services. K. Project goals and objectives. building finishes and water proofing. plain cement concrete floors. retaining structures. e. Construction joints. Mass concreting. Plinth beams and plinth protection. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+1 = 3 Construction Engineering Specific Objectives of course:   To familiarize students about different construction methodologies and equipment to be used in carrying out a construction project. Charles W. including mechanized placement. K. Layout techniques with special reference to buildings. N. Methods of concreting vertical and horizontal members. hydraulic structures and pavements. Project categories. Charles Dolan. ready mix concrete etc.. shoring and bracing. Course Outline: Introduction: Construction projects. Design and use of formwork for various building units/ members. Mechanized construction. Dolan. 5. Hassoun. Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures. Kong. floors. UK A. 45 .Recommended Books: 1. & Charles G. 2nd Ed. Productivity and cost effectiveness. Protection of adjacent Structures. Construction Aspects of Engineering Projects and Layout Techniques: An overview of construction aspects for different types of engineering projects. Arthur Nilson. 2003. Maintenance and repair costs. doors. Investment costs. Harper and Row. Arthur H Nilson. C.

Schexnayder.Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Nunnally Huntington. J. Building Construction. 5th Edition. and Systems 2009 Update. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0 = 3 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Specific Objectives of course:  To develop ability of students in planning and management techniques for various construction projects. Record keeping. Bidding and Preconstruction Planning: Defining project scope. site layout planning. constructability review. Scheduling using Rectangular bar chart. Arrow Diagramming Method (ADM) overview. S-curve. C. (Latest Edition) R. Project activities and their types. Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods. Schedule and Cost Control. Peurifoy. 5th Edition. Walter Scarborough and Diane Armpriest. Cliff J. C. Ledbetter. 2. project management objectives. Project supervision. Estimating activity durations. Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM). Cost loaded schedule. F. Butterworld London. Bidding process. Scheduling and Controlling by Deterministic Models: Work Breakdown Structure. 46 . Determining the minimum total cost of a project. key players. Project control during construction. CPM Scheduling. Establishing activity sequencing. Stephens W. Schexnayder. 5. W. preliminary schedules. 3. Project Life Cycle (PLC). Construction Planning Equipment and Method. 6. Pre-Qualification process. Management issues and need for improved organization and management structures with particular reference to local construction industry. nature and challenges. Construction Methods and Management. W. L. 4. mobilization plan. Resource scheduling and leveling. normal track versus fast track construction Project Scoping. Medan Mehta. Project Planning. John Wiley & Sons. B.. Edward Allen Building Construction: Principles. 29. McGraw-Hill Companies Thompson J. Value engineering. processes and responsibilities. overview of preconstruction planning aspects including area and site investigation. Recommended Books: 1. Materials. Building Construction. contractor’s site (team) organization chart. Course Outline: Introduction: The construction industry. Cash flow analysis.

Project Planning. 3rd Edition William R. 3. plane stress and plane strain problems and formulation of stress function. Mincks. Gould. 2. variance and standard Deviation. Cylinders: Thin. Solution of rectangular and circular problems Bending and Buckling of plates. 4. Mohr’s circle for stress and strain. and project control. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+1 = 3 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS-II Prerequisites: Mechanics of Solids-I Specific Objectives of course:   To develop ability of students to carry out analysis of complex state of stress. Managing the construction process: estimating. Scheduling and Controlling by Probabilistic Models: Program Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT). Construction Contracts. 3 rd Edition. Hal Johnston. Strain Energy of plate. strain rosette solution. To familiarize students about the stability. bending and twisting moment. Probability distribution. Introduction to use of computer software in project planning and management Recommended Books: 1. 30. Frederick E. Statistical tools including mean. relationships between elastic constants. Construction Jobsite Management. eccentrically loaded columns. Stress-strain-temperature relation of isotropic elastic plates. . Course Outline: Stress Analysis: Analysis of Stress and Strain at a point due to combined effect of axial force. Flat Plates: Introduction. 3rd Edition 2010. conditions of equilibrium. strain displacement Relations. scheduling. Hinze. Theory of Yielding/Failure (Plastic Limit Analysis): for ductile and brittle materials. 47 . Beta curves and center limit theorem. Stress Resultants in a flat plate. Thick and Compound Cylinders Column: Stability of columns. Jimmie Hinze. analysis and failure modes of structure elements. Pearson Prentice Hall 2010 Jimmie W. Introduction to Theory of Elasticity: Stress tensor. shear force. Construction Planning and Scheduling. initially imperfect columns.

2010) James M. Mechanics of Materials. Hollow Thin Walled Torsion Members. Mechanics of Materials. Harper and Row HarperCollins College Div. Singer. strap. Fatigue: Fatigue due to cyclic loading. 8th edition (April 1. 7 th Edition. 3. Corrosion Fatigue. John Wiley. 31. Narrow Rectangular Cross section. Advanced Mechanics of Materials. Hibbeler. C. 4th Sub Edition (February 1987) Arthur P. 4th Edition. Flat Plate & Waffle Slab: Analysis and design of flat plate. for flexure and shear under gravity loading. Deflection of curved beams. Low Cyclic Fatigue and ɛ-N relations. & Ferdinand L.. Recommended Books: 1. 6th Edition (October 22. Mechanics of Materials. PWS Pub Co. 5. Gere & Barry. flat slabs and waffle slabs. Torsion of Thin Walled Tubes and Non-Circular Members: Saint Venant’s semi inverse method. Prentice Hall. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE-II Prerequisites: Plain and Reinforced Concrete-I Specific Objectives of course:  To enable students to design various reinforced and pre-stressed structural elements using conventional and advanced design approaches. 4. 2002) R. Unsymmetrical bending. Bouyant Footings. Slender Columns: Analysis and design of slender columns subjected to combined flexure and axial loading. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. 2008. Prandtel’s Elastic Membrane Analogy. piles and pile caps. strip and mat footings.Curved Beams: Introduction to circumferential and radial stresses in curved beams. Strength of Material. Timoshenko. Boresi. J. Goodno. Course Outline: Flat Slab. 48 . Guidelines for design of shear walls-an over view. Discontinuities and Stress Concentration. 1997. Schmidt. T-cross section. & Richard J. Gere & Stephen P. Correction of Circumferential Stress in curved beams having I. CL Engineering James M. 2. A. Design of Different Types of Foundations: Analysis and design of eccentric. Pytel.

properties of high strength materials. their merits and demerits. Railway Engineering: Elements of track. Pincheira. Reinforced Concrete Design. comparison and hard-ware requirements. Types of sleepers. Introduction to underwater concreting. spacing and stiffness of 49 . Recommended Books: 1. street traffic and design. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. 1987 James G. Sleeper density. lump sum and detailed estimation of prestress loss. Introduction to earthquake resistant design of structures. MacGregor . H. Prestressing Principles & Design Philosophy: Principles of prestressing. immediate and time dependent losses. Reinforced Concrete Design. Rail joints. Creep and wear of rail. Design of cantilever retaining walls. Prestress losses. bonded and non-bonded tendons. Need and scope of comprehensive plan. Wiley. Prentice Hall. post tensioning and pre-tensioning techniques. Profiles of post-tensioned tendons. 6th Edition. Design of Prestressed concrete. Behavioral aspects of prestressed beams and comparison with reinforced concrete beams. Salmon. Charles G. Wiley. bearing plates and check rails. Water tanks.Stairs. John Wiley and Sons. 2011 Chu-Kia Wang. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0 = 3 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING Specific Objectives of course:  To provide background knowledge of transportation engineering with detailed and thorough understanding of framework of various transportation systems Course Outline: Introduction to Transportation Systems and Planning: Modes of transportation. 32. Analysis and design of prestressed beams. 2. Types of gauges. 7th Edition 2006. port and harbour facilities. Principles of planning. Nilson A. water tanks and reservoirs. Communication (rail-road network & airport). Types of rail sections.. Importance of high strength concrete and steel used in prestressing. Phases of planning. Fish Plate. 3. Reservoirs: Analysis and Design of Various Types of Stairs and Staircases. José A.

Formation failures. R. Layout of stations and yards. Types of docks and their construction. Meteorology: The atmosphere and its composition. 2. Gregory P. William Walter Hey. Wharves and jetties. Planning and Design of Airports. Renewal of ballast. Transit sheds and warehouses. radiation. John Wiley. Saturation deficit. Types of ballast. (June 1982). practical uses of hydrology. Breakwaters and groynes. relative humidity. Port Engineering Planning Construction Maintenance and Security. Formation of single and double track. Selection of site for a railway station.track. Measurement of air temperature. Airport Classification. Design and Operations. 1982) 33. Horonjeff. 2nd Edition (June 16. hydrologic cycle and the water balance equation. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 HYDROLOGY & WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Specific Objectives of course:  To enable students to learn broad areas of hydrological engineering and principles of water management particularly in irrigated agriculture. Airport Engineering: Type & elements of Airport planning. 4th Edition (December 1. Water Management: Water management practices at basin level. Recommended Books: 1. atmospheric pressure and wind velocity & direction. Channel regulation and demarcation. Maintenance. Transportation Engineering Introduction to Planning. sunshine. The general circulation of wind system. Various Runway Configurations. 3. Wiley. Water Resources: Planning and development of water resources projects. Tsinker. Industrial. Factors affecting Airport Site Selection. Requirements for good ballast. canal level and farm level. the monsoons and western disturbances. Railway Engineering. importance of hydrology. tools and organization. Domestic. Yu. Airport Drainage Systems. 2004. Agricultural and other water usages. 4. Water resources in Pakistan. Design principles and requirements of harbours. Course Outline: Introduction: Hydrology. McGraw-Hill Professional. Ports and harbours of Pakistan. Elsevier Science Ltd. 50 . Coastal Engineering: Classification of harbours. Modern methods for construction of tracks. dew point and its measurement devices. 1993). Jason C.

pumping test. 5 th Edition Prentice Hall R. selection of control and metering section. interpretation of precipitation data. Franzini. 1992).Precipitation: Types of precipitation. Runoff & Hydrographs: Factors affecting runoff. Types of histogram and distribution. Jr. Stream Flow: Water Stage and its measurement. 3. ground water hydraulics. S-curve. Kohler. estimating the volume of direct runoff. computation of average rainfall over a basin. components of a hydrograph. Water Resources Engineering. sources and discharge of ground water. Evaporation and Transpiration: Factors affecting evaporation. tube well technology. Hydrology for Engineers. Reservoir routing. hydrograph separation. Flood Control. 34. K. Introduction to Hydrological Modeling. channel routing. selection of site for stage recorder. McGraw Hill. 2. evapo-transpiration. frequency and duration analysis. methods of measurement of stream flow. Water table and artesian aquifer. To develop the skills for using the state-of-the-art methods of structural analysis. Recommended Books: 1. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0 = 3 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-II Prerequisites: Structural Analysis-I Specific Objectives of course:   To familiarize students with various methods of analysis of indeterminate structures. Introduction to Hydrology. factors necessary for the formation of precipitation. Application of probability in determining maxima/minima of discharge. introduction to unit hydrograph concept. measurement of evaporation. estimating the volume of storm runoff. measurement of precipitation. Max A. Paulhus. 4 th Edition (June 1. Lewis. 1982) Linsley. McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions). R. Groundwater: Introduction. 51 . and Joseph L. Warren Viessman. Stream Flow Routing: Introduction to floods and its causes. K. J. International 2 Revised edition (June 1. interpretation of stream flow data. Characteristics of Hydrograph. return period.. and Gary L. Linsley. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class.

Course Outline:
Analysis of Indeterminate Structures Using Force Approach: Compatibility methods for beams and frames with and without support settlement. Analysis of indeterminate trusses. Analysis of Indeterminate Structures Using Stiffness Approach: Moment distribution for beams and frames for prismatic and non-prismatic members with and without side-sway and support settlement, Slope deflection method for beams and frames with and without support settlement. Matrix Methods: Introduction to flexibility method, Determination of flexibility matrix for beams, Introduction to stiffness method, Development of member and structure stiffness matrices, Bending moment and shear force diagrams, Application of computer programs. Finite Element Method: Introduction to finite elements, Stiffness matrices for bar elements, Triangular elements and Rectangular elements, Shape functions and Displacement functions, Transformation matrices, Structure stiffness matrix. Introduction to Plastic analysis of structures. Analysis of two-hinged arches. Influence Line Diagram (ILD) for Indeterminate Members.

Recommended Books:
1. 2. 3. Hibbeler, R. C. Structural Analysis, Prentice Hall; 8th Edition (March 7, 2011). Wang, C. K. Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw-Hill Education - Europe (January 1, 1984). West, H. H. Analysis of Structures: An Integration of Classical and Modern Methods , John Wiley and Sons Ltd; 2nd Edition (August 23, 1989).

35. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2+1 = 3


Prerequisites: Fluid Mechanics

Specific Objectives of course:
 

To introduce the concept of environmental pollution, contamination and its sources particularly in context to water. To learn principles of environmental engineering applied to the design and implementation of water supply schemes.

Course Outline:
Introduction to Environment, Water and Sanitary Engineering

Water Pollution: Water chemistry and characteristics, Introduction to sources of pollution, Effects on water quality, Control parameters. Water Demand and Supply: Population forecast; Water uses & consumption; Types and variations in demand; Maximum demand & fire demand. Water Quality: Water impurities & their health significance; Water quality guidelines/standards (US. & WHO, etc); water quality monitoring. Water Sampling and Testing: Sampling techniques and examination of water (physical, chemical and microbiological parameters), Water borne diseases. Water Treatment: Treatment of surface & ground water, screening, (types of settling), coagulation and flocculation, Filtration, Design aspects of slow sand and rapid sand filters; and their operations, Pressure filters, Membrane Technology (Reverse Osmosis, Ultrafiltration). Miscellaneous Water Treatment Techniques: Fluoridation, Iron & Manganese removal; Water softening methods; Water disinfection and chemicals; Chlorination; Emergency treatment methods. Ozone, Ultraviolet. Water Distribution: Layout and design of water transmission works and distribution networks, service reservoirs, Fixtures and their installation; Tapping of water mains, Urban and Rural Water Supply. Introduction to Air & Noise Pollution

Lab Outline:
The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class.

Recommended Books:
1. Mackenzie L. Davis, David A. Cornwell, Introduction to Environmental Engineering, McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 4th Edition (October 3, 2006) 2. Terence J. McGhee, Water Supply and Sewerage, 6th edition, McGraw Hill 3. Howard S. Peavy, D. R. Rowe, George Tchobanoglous, Environmental Engineering, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company; 7th Edition (March 1987) 36. Title of the Course:


Credit Hours: 0+1 = 1 Prerequisites: Technical Communication Skills

Specific Objectives of course:
 To enhance language and technical report writing skills.


Course Outline:
Presentation skills Essay writing Descriptive, narrative, discursive, argumentative Academic writing How to write a proposal for research paper/term paper How to write a research paper/term paper (emphasis on style, content, language, form, clarity, consistency) Technical Report writing Progress report writing Note: Extensive reading is required for vocabulary building

Recommended Books:
1. Writing. Advanced by Ron White. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Third Impression 1992. ISBN 0 19 435407 3 (particularly suitable for discursive, descriptive, argumentative and report writing). College Writing Skills by John Langan. McGraw-Hill Higher Education. 2004. Patterns of College Writing (4th edition) by Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell. St. Martin’s Press. The Mercury Reader. A Custom Publication. Compiled by norther Illinois University. General Editiors: Janice Neulib; Kathleen Shine Cain; Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton. (A reader which will give students exposure to the best of twentieth century literature, without taxing the taste of engineering students)

2. 3. 4.

37. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3 + 0 = 3


Specific Objectives of course:
  To understand ancient and modern form of living. To impart knowledge related to planning and development of inhabitant areas.

Course Outline:
Architecture: Historical Development. General introduction to history of architecture; Emergence/Development of Islamic Architecture. Geographical, climatic, religious, social and historical influences. Architectural beauty. Qualities: Strength, vitality, grace, breadth and scale. Factors: Proportion, colour and balance.

Use of Materials: Stone, wood, metals, concrete, composites, ceramics. General Treatment to Plan of Buildings: Walls and their construction; Openings and their position, character and shape; Roofs and their development and employment; Columns and their position, form and decoration; Moulding and their form decoration; Ornament as applied to any buildings. Town Planning: Definitions; Trends in Urban growth; Objectives of town planning; Modern planning in Pakistan and abroad. Preliminary Studies: Study of natural resources, economic resources, legal and administrative problems, civic surveys and preparation of relevant maps. Land Use Patterns: Various theories of land use pattern. Location of Parks and recreation facilities, public and semi-public buildings, civic centers, commercial centers, local shopping centers, public schools, industry & residential areas. Street Patterns: Lay out of street, road crossing & lighting; Community planning. City Extensions: Sub Urban development, Neighborhood Units, Satellite Towns and Garden City Urban Planning: Issues related to inner city urban design and emergence/upgradation of squatter settlements.

Recommended Books:
1. 2. 3. Dan Cruickshank, Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of Architecture, Architectural Press; 20th Edition (September 25, 1996) Leonard Benevolo; Origins of Modern Town Planning, MIT Press, 15-Aug1971 Sir Rymond Unwin, Town Planning in Practice, FQ Legacy Books (December 31, 2010)

38. Title of the Course:


Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 Prerequisites: Soil Mechanics

Specific Objectives of course:
  To enhance the skills related to baring capacity and settlement evaluation of soils. To apply principles of soil mechanics to engineering problems pertaining to retaining structures, foundations and embankments.


total settlement. objectives and methods. Coulomb's and Rankine's theories. types of earth and rock fill dams. Earth and Rock Fill Dams: Definition of an earth dam. Soil Improvement: Basic principles. spring-mass-dashpot system. Types of failure. application to machine foundations. Recommended Books: 1. pressure at rest. group action. load carrying capacity of piles. Methods of obtaining bearing capacity: presumptive values from codes. Soil Dynamics: sources of dynamic loading. angular distortion. Methods of analysis: Ordinary methods of slices. immediate settlement. Introduction to deep foundations: Types of piles. Allowable total and differential settlement. McGrawHill 56 . theory of one dimensional consolidation. Foundation Analysis and Design by Joseph E. Bearing capacity theories. Oedometer test: determination of compression index and coefficient of consolidation. Mechanics of consolidation. active and passive earth pressures. assumptions and validity. General design considerations and typical cross-sections. negative skin friction. pile load test. Causes of settlement and methods of controlling settlement. from plate load test. Bell’s equation for cohesive frictional soils. Bearing capacity from SPT and CPT data. ultimate. liquefaction. Factors affecting stability and remedies. Taylor's stability number method. Components of an earth dam and their functions. Bearing Capacity of Soils: Definition of: gross. magnitude and time rate of consolidation settlement. safe and allowable bearing capacity. Slope Stability: Types of slopes. Bowles (5 th Edition). Earth pressure diagrams for different loading configurations. Swedish circle method. net. Primary and secondary consolidation settlements. Introduction to Geotechnical Computer Software Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. differential settlement.Course Outline: Earth Pressures: Definition. Settlement Analysis: Definition. Normally and pre-consolidated soils.

Classification of Highways. Capacity analysis. Curve widening. Elements of a typical cross-section of road. Traffic management. N. Highway Planning. Grade line. Highway Engineering: Highway Components. O & D Survey. Traffic Engineering: Operating and design speeds. 2nd Edition (July 20. Pole. Repetition and impact factors. Prentice Hall. Pavement Design: Types of pavements. Super elevation. Horizontal curves. 5. Foundation Design: Principles and Practices. Traffic control devices. Geometric Design: Design controls and criteria. Harper Collins Distribution Services (February 12. Types & Characteristics. Introduction to nondestructive testing. Specifications & tests. Maintenance and rehabilitation. Terzaghi and R. Peck John Wiley and Sons. Transition curve. Pavement evaluation.. L. 3. Traffic Survey. Lab Outline: The Design work. Types of cross-section. Design of flexible and rigid pavements.2. Wheel loads. Introduction to resilient behavior. Sight distance requirements. 39. maintenance and traffic operations Course Outline: Introduction to Road Systems: Location Survey in Rural and Urban Areas. 4. Das 5 th Ed. Construction. 3rd edition Elements of Foundation Design by G. 57 . ThomsonEngineering Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice by K. B. Load distribution characteristics. Roads in Hilly Areas. Pavement failures. At-grade and grade-separated intersections. Urban Location Controls. Equivalent single axle load. Coduto. Title of the Course: HIGHWAY Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 Prerequisites: Surveying-II AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Specific Objectives of course:  To equip students with knowledge related to highway design. Vertical curves. Traffic Safety. 2000). Highway location. their relationships and data collection methodologies. Highway Materials. Traffic flow parameters. construction. Principles of Foundation Engineering by Braja M. laboratory work and experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the laboratory/design classes. 1981) Donald P. Introduction to relevant computer software. Highway drainage. Smith and E.

40. 3 rd Edition (September 1996). 4. Satellite System. Aerial and Satellite photogrammetry. J. 2008). Image Processing Techniques. GPS & Galileo). Sensors. Elsevier Science Ltd (June 1982) Croney D. Fred L. Global Positioning System (GPS): Navigational Satellites. Coordinate System. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 1+1 = 2 GEO INFORMATICS Prerequisites: Surveying-II Specific Objectives of course:  To acquaint with state-of-the-art Geo-informatics and its diverse applications in engineering.. Georeferencing. Introduction to Spatial Analysis. Types of Resolutions. Kilareski Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Geographic Information System (GIS): Fundamentals of GIS. Highway Traffic Analysis and Design. Field and Laboratory Work: Training on GPS instruments based surveys.Recommended Books: 1. Walter P. Scott S. Transportation Engineering Introduction to Planning. Mannering. Yu. Demonstration on RS/GIS applications in engineering disciplines. Attribute-based operation. Remote Sensing (RS): Basic Concepts. Data models and structures. Palgrave Macmillan. Washburn. Classification. Jason C. photogrammetric surveying. 3 rd Edition McGraw-Hill Professional (September 4. 2. Errors and Atmospheric effects. Physicals basis of Remote Sensing . Fundamentals and Elements of GPS. The Design and Performance of Road Pavements. Integration GPS data in GIS. Datum and map projection and their transformation. Positioning Systems (GLONASS. 2008) Salter R. 58 . Earth Resources Satellites/ Platforms. 3. Course Outline: Introduction to Geoinformatics Resources of information. Differential GPS (DGPS).. Exercises on Image processing software and recent GIS software. System Operation & Characteristics. 4th Edition (September 9. Design and Operations. Spatial Data types and acquiring consideration. Wiley.

relationship. Pakistan Environmental Protection Act 1997. McGrawHill Higher Education. Thomas. Velocity gradient & limiting velocities. Inc. Rainfall intensity formulas. Effluent disposal guideline and standards. waste water generation. Decision making. Documentation and Presentation. chemical and microbiological parameters). Scoping. ISBN-0-415-28608-5 2. Chang. Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD). M. Agendas and Accords. Treaties. K. effect-impact. Course Outline: Introduction to Environmental Legislation and Regulations Basic definitions and differences in terms. International Acts. activity. Michael Kennedy (2002). Variations and rates of flows. Assessment types. 5th edition. New York. Clarke. design wastewater collection & treatment systems. Environmental & Monitoring Plan Estimation of Sewage Quantities: Population characteristics. Kiefer (2005). EIA Study. 2nd Edition ISBN-1879102897 4.Recommended Books: 1. consequence. EIA process. population forecasting. required in context to pollution control and impact assessment requirement. K. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation. Characteristics of Sewage: Sampling techniques and examination of wastewater (Physical. EIA Analysis.. 3rd Ed. John Wiley & Sons. 41. New York. duration and significance. EIA Techniques. To introduce the definitions and characteristics of solid wastes. hydrograph & weather flow. Biochemical Oxygen demand (BOD). National Environmental Quality Standards (NEQS) Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment Definitions. concept of waste management and methods of safe disposal. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 2 +0 = 2 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II Prerequisites: Environmental Engineering-I Specific Objectives of course:     To introduce knowledge of Environmental laws and regulations. Screening. Environmental Protection Agency. T. Lillesand & Ralph W. Taylor & Frances. (2004) Getting Started with Geographic Information System. IEE & EIA in context to PEPA applicable to development projects. magnitude. 3. Microbiology of sewage. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems. sewage quantities. The Global Positioning System and GIS: An ntroduct 2nd Edition. Pakistan National Environmental Quality 59 . Prentices Hall. Introduction to Impact Assessment concept and techniques To provide know-how to students to plan.

etc. waste to energy) and recycling. shapes. John Willey & Sons Inc. C. Building drainage: Soil pipes. Rotating biological contactors. and Eduljee. Sewer appurtenances.Standards (NEQS) and International Standards. construction. by George Tchobanoglous. size and materials of sewers. 3. incineration.. McGraw-Hill (January 1. anti-syphon pipes and waste water pipes. Title of the Course: Credit Hours: 3+0 = 3 STEEL STRUCTURES Specific Objectives of course:  To acquaint students with use of steel as a structural component and develop their ability to design steel structures. Stream pollution and self recovery. UK. Harlow Essex. 42. 2. Recommended Books: 1. disposal (Landfill. 1993) Wood. Separate & Combined systems. compression and flexural members. Sewer system: Types. Design. Effluent re-use. International Edition. Collection. Sewage Disposal: Receiving body assimilation capacity. sources and quantities of solid waste. J. Sewage Treatment and Disposal: Primary. secondary & tertiary treatment: Screening grit chamber. Petts. 4. treatment & disposal. Environmental Impact Assessment for Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilities. Cross connection and back syphonage control. tricking filters. Activated sludge treatment. pipe strengths and tests. Longman Scientific and Technical. Fundamentals of Working Stress Method: Strength analysis and design of simple tension. Solid waste management: Types. 1997 Integrated Solid Waste Management. G. House connection and testing of house drainage. Course Outline: Introduction: Use of steel as a structural material. Environmental Engineering. cold formed and built up sections. Aerobic systems. Longman House Burnt Hill. laying and maintenance of sewage system. 60 . RDF. 1994. skimming tanks & sedimentation tanks. hot rolled. 1995. lagoons andoxidation ponds. McGraw-Hill International Edition. characteristics. UK. Environmental Impact Assessment (A Comparative Review). sanitary fixtures and traps. Gerard Kiely. sludge handling.

N. second order effects. and C. calculation of net area. water hammer. Residual stresses. John E. Spiegel & L. moment magnification. Prentice Hall. purlin. Hydraulic jump. Charles G. Humps and constrictions. Unsteady Flow: Flow through pipes. Analysis and design of tension members. 4th Edition (November 21. similitude requirements. Salmon. Applied Structural Steel Design. Prentice Hall. 1991) 3. Plate girder proportioning and stiffener design including drawings. Concept of load and resistance factors. Gaylord. Steel Structures: Design and Behavior. Broad crested weirs. instantaneous and slow closure of valves. Euler's buckling load in columns. H. lateral torsional buckling. geometric. surface profiles and back water curves. cud bearing plate. Buckingham’s PI-theorem and its 61 . Analysis and design of beams. local and overall stability. moment and shear connections. Johnson. Burner. E. Design and drawing of a truss. orifices and over weirs under varying heads. Uplift of truss due to wind Recommended Books: 1.LRFD Method of Design: Factor of safety. Dynamic equation of gradually varied flow. Steel Structures. Faris A. flow through pipes. venturi flume and critical depth meters. Lothers. Gaylord. 2002 4. Compact. lacing and slay plates. 43. non-compact and slender sections. kinematics and dynamics similarities. To enhance the capabilities of students related to irrigation engineering and canal network. E. 3rd Sub-Edition (September 1. Malhas. Title of the Course: HYDRAULICS & IRRIGATION ENGINEERING Credit Hours: 3+1 = 4 Prerequisites: Specific Objectives of course:   To enable students to learn fundamentals of hydraulic engineering. bolted and riveted truss connections. plastic design and limits on design. National Book Foundation 2. McGraw-Hill Companies. loads and load combination. dam and river engineering. Unsteady flow through pipe lines. Releigh’s method. Course Outline: Steady Flow in Open Channel: Specific energy and critical depth. Design of Steel Structures . 2006) 5. roof sheet. brackets. Beam-column and axial-flexure interaction. dimensionless numbers and their significance. 5th Edition (2008). Welded. William Segui. LRFD Steel Design. J. Dimensional Analysis and Similitude: Similitude in hydraulic models. Surges in open channel. particularly related to open channel flow. Analysis and design of columns. CL-Engineering.

techniques and analysis. canal outlets. operation and regulation of storage reservoirs. Cross drainage works: types and functions. Lab Outline: The Design work and/or experiments related to above mentioned outline shall be covered in the Laboratory/Design class. Linslay. Drainage network in irrigated areas. selection of their site and layout. International 2nd Revised Edition (June 1. Drainage: Definition. design of gravity dams. falls.application. weirs and barrages. J. Kohler. Rational methods for design of irrigation channels. 2006). R. Introduction to Hydrology. Recommended Books: 1. Sediment Transport in Channels. Water Resources Engineering. physical models. Max A. 2nd Edition (April 13. Lewis. Chin. Comparison of various methods. Maintenance of irrigation canals. and Joseph. Disposal of drainage effluents. forces on dams. Monitoring of flows-telemetry system. Subsurface Drainage. Causes and effects of salinity and alkalinity of lands in Pakistan. K. Warren Viessman. Water logging and salinity: Causes and effects of water logging. Sedimentation Problems in Reservoirs. Prentice Hall. Jr. Computer Aided design of irrigation channels. Linsley. David. sheet piles and cut off walls. Inc. R. Dams and Hydro Power Engineering: Selection of hydropower sites. reclamation of water logged soils.. silt ejectors and excluders. Components and layout of hydropower schemes. K. Kennedy’s and Lacey’s Theories. K. B. various components and functions. Design of weirs on permeable foundations. Canal lining: advantages and types. Linsley. 5. McGraw-Hill. Water Resources Engineering. R. McGraw-Hill. and Gary L. Paulhus. McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions). Design of irrigation channels. Barrages and Headworks: Canal head regulators. flumes. Estimation of discharge capacity of Cross-drainage structures. 5th Edition Prentice Hall 2. and Joseph L. Reclamation methods. 62 . Hydrology for Engineers. Surface Drainage. Reservoir engineering. F. Measures adopted to control silt entry into canals. Canal Irrigation: Elementary concept about canal head works. 4th Edition (June 1. 4. introduction to numerical models. Franzini. Water Resources Engineering. Land reclamation. Types of storage dams. 1982) 3. Drains and tube wells. A. 1992).

Predictions and preparedness strategies for natural disasters such as Earthquakes etc. Awareness Programs. 2. 1st Edition (November 22. 4. 5. Thomas D. maintenance for different infrastructure facilities. Post-Disaster Phase (Rehabilitation.). New York 10016 Timothy Beatley. etc. 6. Schneid. Disaster Management and preparedness. droughts. 63 . Social & Economic Aspects of Natural and human induced hazards. Disaster Mitigation Recommended Books: 1. Risk and Vulnerability Analysis. CRC Press. 1998 Madison Avenue. Brower 1999 Natural Hazard Mitigation: Recasting Disaster Policy and Planning Island Press ISBN: 1559636025 Charlotte Benson. Damage assessment. Philip Berke. 2000) David Alexander. relief and recovery). Disaster Management. David J. Hazard and Disaster Investigation. Aloysius J. Rehabilitation and repair strategies. floods. Recovery plans. Development). strategies for protection against possible damages. Strategies for protection. cyclones. Disaster management policies and institutional infrastructure from national to local level Monitoring of Infra-structure facilities. Rego Director of Knowledge Sharing and partnerships and CoTeam Leader of Disaster management System team Asian Disaster preparedness Center (ADPC) 2003. Title of the Course: HAZARDS Credit Hours: 2+0 = 2 Prerequisites: AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT Specific Objectives of course:   To familiarize students with the basic concepts of natural and human induced hazards To enable students to learn the techniques for pre and post-disaster management. Emergency management. 3. Disaster Phase (Response. Follow-on Disasters. Edward J. Clay (2004) Understanding the Economic and Financial Impacts of Natural Disasters World Bank Publications ISBN: 0821356852 The primer on Disaster Risk management in Asia Mr. Principles of Emergency planning and Management. Course Outline: Introduction to Hazards and Disasters (earthquakes.44. Pre-Disaster Phase (Prevention. Mitigation & Preparedness). landslides. Published in the United State of America by Oxford University Press Inc.

23. 27. 10. 11. 20. 21. 14. In survey camp student will make survey and prepare map of large areas independently. 7. 18. 15. 13. 16. 9. 2. in order to impart extensive field training regarding surveying. Civil Engineering Project Survey Camp: A Survey camp is compulsory after completion of 4-semesters. 5. 3.45. Structural Analysis Reinforced Concrete Structure Properties of Structural Materials Prestresses Concrete Steel Structures Non Linear Structural Analysis Finite element analysis Reliability based structural design Advance mechanics of solid Fibre reinforced polymers Structural Fire Engineering Analysis & Design of Masonry Structure Seismic Design of Structure Bridge Engineering Design of Structure Theory of Plates and Shells Structural Mechanics Stability of Structure Advanced Soil Mechanics Foundation Engineering – I Foundation Engineering – II Geotechnical Investigation Environmental Geo-techniques Hydraulic Structure Hydro Power Engineering Irrigation Engineering and Practices Application of RS & GIS in Civil Engineering Pavement Analysis and Design 64 . 22. 12. 8. 6. 4. 19. 17. 24. 26. 28. Internship: Course Outline MS/ME in Structural Engineering 1. 25.

8. 13. 5. 4. 20.Course Outline MS/ME in Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering 1. Advanced Soil Mechanics Foundation Engineering-I Foundation Engineering-II Dam Engineering Geotechnical Investigation Soil Improvement Techniques Earth retaining Structures Rock Engineering Environmental Geo-techniques Soil Dynamics Transportation Planning and Engineering Pavement Analysis and Design Airport Planning and Design Railway Engineering Highway Construction Materials and Equipment 65 . 11. 15. 2. 23. 7. 9. 14. 5. 12. 3. 18. 3. 12. 24. 7. 11. 15. 14. Hydraulic Structure Advance Fluvial Hydraulics Hydropower Engineering Irrigation Engineering & Practices Applied Hydrology Sediment Transport Fluid Mechanics Drainage Engineering Computer Aided Design of Hydraulic Structure River Engineering & Flood Management Application of RS & GIS in Civil Engineering Soil Erosion & watershed Management Hydrological Modeling Water Resources Planning & Management Ground Water Engineering Reinforced Concrete Structure Properties of Structural Materials Bridge Engineering Advanced Soil Mechanics Dam Engineering Geotechnical Investigation Earth Reinforcement Earth retaining Structures Environmental Geo-techniques Pavement analysis and Design Course Outline MS/ME in Geo-Technical Engineering 1. 22. 10. 25. 10. 19. 8. 2. 4. 21. 6. 9. 13. 17. 16. 6.

16. 28. 19. 24. 11. 22. Harbour and Dock Engineering Bridge and Tunnel Engineering Statistical Analysis with Computer Application Hydraulic Structures Sediment Transport Soil Erosion & Watershed Management Ground Water Engineering Reinforced Concrete Structure Properties of Structural Material Prestressed Concrete Course Outline MS/ME in Transportation Engineering 1. 5. 17. 18. 2.16. 13. 23. 9. 25. 15. 7. 3. 14. 21. 26. 22. 21. 25. 6. 27. 17. 4. Transportation Planning and Engineering Geometric Design and Highway Safety Pavement Analysis and Design Traffic Engineering Airport Planning and Design Railway Engineering Pavement Evaluation and Rehabilitation Planning for Traffic Safety and Injury Prevention Pavement Management Systems Highway construction Materials & Equipment Harbour and Dock Engineering Bridge and Tunnel Engineering Asphalt Mix Design and Construction Pavement Distress identification and Preservation Statistical Analysis with Computer Application Advance Soil Mechanics Foundation Engineering-I Foundation Engineering-II Dam Engineering Geotechnical Investigation Soil Improvement Techniques Rock Engineering Reinforced Concrete Structures Pres-tressed Concrete Structures Seismic Design of Structures Draining Engineering Application of RS & GIS in Civil Engineering Soil Erosion & watershed Management 66 . 12. 8. 19. 20. 20. 23. 24. 18. 10.

5. A mechanism may be evolved for evaluation of students by external examiners at appropriate levels. 9. Every academic institution should have an Academic Calendar to be strictly followed throughout the academic year. Field visits to significant installations and infrastructure facilities should be arranged for students on regular basis. facilitate training/career opportunities for its students.RECOMMENDATIONS 1. 4. Use of available software for engineering applications should be encouraged. 6. 8. There should be Directorate of Industrial Liaison/Placement Bureau in every engineering institution/university working in coordination with HEC to promote. HEC may pursue the public and private sector involving provincial governments to entertain a large number of students for training / internship. The recommended final year project marks shall be 200 to maintain uniformity. Renowned specialists from the academia/industries may be invited as guest speakers for extension lectures covering latest developments in the field. 2. 67 . 7. 3. Participation of specialists from the industries should be ensured by HEC for future curriculum revision exercises. HEC should plan/facilitate for writing dedicated text books for each course designed by National Curriculum Committee. Internship / training of 6 weeks should be considered necessary and may contribute towards 10% Final Year Project marks. HEC should consider facilitating internship / training to undergraduate students through appropriate funding. 10.

1 What is sociology? 1. This course is culture specific and has to be taught within the context of local and national socio-economic environment.2 Formation of Personal Attitudes 3.1 Factors of Social Stratification 4. Culture and Related Concepts 2.1 Definition of Culture 2.3 Elements of Culture 2.Annex “A” List of Social Science Courses Universities may opt courses according to their requirement and facilities: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Sociology (Sociology and Development) Social Anthropology Psychology Critical thinking Introduction to Philosophy Organizational Behaviour Entrepreneurship Professional Ethics (Course needed to be added) SOCIOLOGY Sociology and Development Objectives: The main objective of this course is to apprise potential engineers about social factors that contribute towards enhancing their professional performance for the good of society and the country.5 Socialization and Personality 3.2 Nature.2 Types of Culture 2.3 Social Interactions 1.4 Social Groups 1. and Importance of Sociology 1. This course will enhance understanding about the determinants of human behaviour.5 Social Institutions 2. The engineers are expected to supervise several people in different capacities and their understanding about human behaviour is critical for their optimum performance. 1. Interpersonal Relations 3. Social Stratification 4. Introduction to Sociology 1. Modification of human behaviour or getting work done from sub-ordinates and seniors remain a major challenge for all the professional engineers.4 Motivations and Emotions 3.5 Public Opinion 4.1 Interpersonal Behaviour 3.3 Language and Communication 3. Scope.2 Caste and class 68 .4 Role of Culture in Organization 2. which ultimately will result in improved individual efficiency.

2 Crime and Social Organization 8. Bernard. Prestige. G. W. 3. Royal Book Company. 4. Lahore.4 Community Organization and Related Services 7.4 Population Policy in Pakistan 6. Human Relations: Interpersonal Job Oriented Skills. Sociology of Change and Development 9. Prentice Hall.. H. Gardezi.3 Causes and Consequences of Urbanization 6.5 Economics of Crime 9. (1991).3 Community Development Programs in Pakistan 7. "Why are Population and Development Issues not Given Priority?" Asia-Pasific Population Journal 20 (1). Ed. 69 . (2007). Sociology. Hafeez.5 Pollution 6.1 Crime as a Social and Cultural Phenomenon 8. DuBrin. 6. Changing Pakistan Society. W.2 Population Dynamics in Pakistan 6. (2005). A. Ed. Understanding Pakistan: The Colonial Factor in Societal Development.2 Processes of Community Development 7.5 Population and Development 7.3 Ecosystem and Physical Environment 5. Scope.4.3 Organized Crime 8. Community Development 7. Burgess (2004).1 Ecological Processes 5. Population Dynamics 6. Jones.4 Culture Based Crime 8. Human Ecology 5. N. Allport. (1991).3 Power. A. The Historical Background of Modern Social Psychology. Random House. G. Maktaba Fikr-o-Danish. S. 5. J.5 Gender and Development Recommended Readings: 1. Karachi.2 Dynamics of Social Change 9.4 Social Mobility 4. Cambridge University Press.1 World Population Growth and Distribution 6. H. New York.5 Cooperation and Conflict in Community Development 8.4 World System and Development 9. New York.2 Ecosystem and energy 5. (1985). N. Deviance and Crime 8.1 Meaning.1 What is Social Change and Development? 9.3 Role of NGOs in Development 9. and Subject Matter of Community Development 7. and T. (1991). and Authority 4. Gardezi..5 Migration 5.4 Solid Waste Disposal 5. 2.

(1990). Utton. H. Social Anthropology and other Social Sciences 5. (1976). Nacmillan Education Ltd. Macionis. Evolution of Man 2. Islamabad. The State of Migration and Multiculturalism in Pakistan: The Need for Policy and Strategy. E. Communication 2. Historical Linguistics 4. Enculturation 5. Anthropological Research Methods 4. 13. Such a body of applied knowledge will result in improving the professional performance of would-be engineers. London. (2001). A. Fields of Anthropology 3. I Introduction 1. Syed. A. West View Press. National Book Foundation. Introduction to Sociology of Development.7. M. N. S. Lucie Press. 12. Evolution of Culture 5. As culture and society play an important role towards all human activities. Acculturation 4. (2003). London. (1999). Plorida St. Sociology 7th Edition. Power and Participatory Development: Theory and Practice. Evolution of Growth and Culture 3. Societal growth needs are to be understood within our own cultural environment. Structural Linguistics 3. Properties and Taxomony 2. Evolution of Man: Religious and Modern Perspectives 4. Webster. 9. and S. (1997). Islamabad Maser. Human Ecology. Relationship between Language and Culture 70 II III IV . Ethnocentrism and Xenocentrism Language and Culture 1. C. UNESCO: 1-30. Power and civil society in Pakistan. Culture and Personality Evolution and Growth of Culture 1. Definition. J. Anthropology and Social Anthropology 2. Significance of Social Anthropology Culture 1. A. this course will help students relate technical skills to the societal needs and requirements. SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY Objectives: The students are expected to learn anthropological skills for application by professional engineers and other related practitioners. 8. Intermediate Technology Publications. Sustainable Community Development: Principles and Concepts. Weiss. 11. Schools of Thought in Cultural Anthropology 3. Nelson. Oxford University press. 10. J. Wright (1995).

Cultural Change in the Modern World 5. Ahmad. Anthropology: The Human Challenge. Brogger. Resolution of Conflict Religion and Magic 1. Ethnography V Economic System 1. 11 th ed. Forms of Art 2. Cultural Change in Pakistani society VII VIII IX XI Recommended Books: 1. Pakistani Society. Anthropology. 1994. The Family: Types and Functions 3. Structure and Function of Family 5. Comparative Religions 3. (2005). Research Methods in Anthropology. Global Economic System 2. California: Mayfield Publishing Co. Religious Beliefs and Practices 5. 1985. Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. H. Carol R. Witchcraft and Sorcery Culture Change 1. New Delhi: Reliance Publishing 5. Expressive Culture 3. Power Politics and Factionalism in Pakistan 5. Culture. Harris Marvin.5. Royal Books Co. Bodley. Process of Cultural Change 4. 2005. Types of Political Organizations 4. Jan. 1990. Political Sociology 2. New York: Harper and Row 7. The Conversion of Resources 4. Gender Relations Political Organization 1. Harris Marvin. nature. Cultural Anthropology. Bernard. 1993. 1994. Religion and Society 4. 2. The Allocation of Resources 3. Karachi. Cultural Anthropology. People. Social Anthropology and the Lonely Crowd. Ember. Poverty and Inequality Marriage and Family 1. Thomson Learning Inc. 4. An Introduction to General Anthropology London: Harper and Row 8. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall. The Distribution of Goods and Services 5. & Ember Melvin. W. John H. 1987. Haviland. A. Ince. 71 . Russel. London: Sage Publications 3. Harper and Row 6. Origin of Political Organization and Organizational System 3. Kinship System 4. The Universality of Religion 2. New York. Akbar S. Marriage and Mate Selection 2.

Keesing. Atkinson R. (2005). (2000). Anthropology: The Exploration of Human Diversity.. Cohen.). C. 8. R. O. New York: McGraw-Hill. J. Wilson. Culture and Context: Anthropological Perspective. London: Pluto Press. London: Thompson & Co Publishers. 3 rd ed. Stanley. L. Cultural Anthropology: A contemporary perspective. 12. Kottak. Charles H. Fernald. R. R. Personality Theories: Development. Growth and Diversity. 2. & Lopez. (2000) Research in Psychology: Methods and Design. E. 1998. USA: WMC Brown Publishers.). Sage Publications. Goodwin.. B. (2004). 1057. 1981. & Swerdlik. J. Scope and Application with Special Reference to Pakistan Different Schools of Psychology Methods of Psychology Learning Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence Personality and its Assessment Understanding Maladjustive Behaviour Positive Emotional States and Processes Stress Management and Anger Management Recommended Books: 1. Introduction to Psychology. The Social Structure of Islam. 72 . 11. (2000). Boston: McGraw Hill Higher Education. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Hertzler J. Marron. P. 5. & Smith E. Kennedy. Pakistani Society and Culture.).9. M. 10. & Fernald. R. Current Psychotherapies. (2001). 2002. D. P. (1997). 7. Introduction to Psychology (13th Ed. USA. J. An Introduction to the History of Psychology. Richard A. 9th ed. Pakistan London: Westview Press. Hergenhahn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. PSYCHOLOGY Course-I Understanding Psychology and Human Behaviour 3 credit hrs What is Psychology? Nature. Roger m. S.. 4. Corcini.. Harcourt Brace College Publishers. (3rd Ed. E. 1992. (2007) Positive Psychology. C. S. Conard Phillip. USA: Freeman & Company.). New York: Wadsworth.. (2005) Psychological Testing & Assessment (6th Ed. 6. New Heaven 14. New York: Harcourt Brace College Publishers. B. Human Rights. Synder. 3. 13. Comer. C. Allen. (2nd Ed. 9. 1996. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Abnormal Psychology.. R. J.

Crow. Wassernman. Cincinnat: South Western. Introduction to Positive Psychology. K. London: Blackwell. Whitbourne. Cooper.). B. Social Psychology. W. G. Locke (2000) (Eds). 10. Course II - Professional Psychology 3 credit hrs Introduction to Professional Psychology Psychological Testing Educational Psychology Industrial/Organizational Psychology Social Psychology Health Psychology Clinical Psychology Positive Psychology Legal. Abnormal Psychology: Clinical Perspectives on Psychological Disorders. Handbook of Professional Ethics for Psychologists. (2002). Brannon. P. & Hogg. MacMillan. 12. (2005). A. 4. Sage Publications 11. Thorndike R. Ethical. (2000) Educational Psychology.. Issues. Ethics in Psychology. 8.. Recommended Books: 1. Halgin... & James Compbell Quick. P. Health Psychology: An Introduction to Behaviour and Health (4th ed. K. & Robbins. (1998). McGraw Hill Inc. & Lopes. Alexander. 5th Ed. (2003). E.& Reist. Handbook of Positive Psychology. K. 8th Ed. R. (Eds). C. Donohue. E. Norton and Company. 6. C. Spiegel. P. L. Meyers. N. S. Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behaviour. A. & Ferguson.. Questions and Controversies. (2004). W. Debra. R. London: Sage Publications. New York: Oxford University Press 3. CRITICAL THINKING  The Power of Critical Thinking o Claims and Reasons o Reasons and Arguments o Arguments in the Rough 3 Credit Hrs 73 . and Professional Issues. New Delhi: Eurosia Publishing House Ltd. S. D. (2000). Compton. Fred Luthans.. J.. & Koocher. (2005). & Hage. (1995). Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology and Education (4th Ed). & Edwin. New York. Schwartz. L. R.10. L. 7. S. L. USA Wadsworth. P. M. (2000) Organizational Behaviour (3rd Ed). S. (2003) Handbook of Social Psychology.. Snyder. & Crow. 2. 9. New York: McGraw Hill. Psychology of Learning and Behaviour. & Halgin. J. D. (2000). USA. 5. New York: Oxford University Press. Thomson Wadsworth. J.

Equivocation. Tricky Arguments o Streamlined Evaluation Deductive Reasoning: Categorical Logic o Statements and Classes o Translations and Standard Form o Terms. Division o Appeal to the Person. Negation o Conditional. Quantifiers o Diagramming Categorical Statements o Sizing up Categorical Syllogisms Inductive Reasons o Enumerative Induction o Sample Size. The Environment of Critical Thinking o Perils of Haunted Mind o Self and the Power of the Group o Subjective and Social Relativism o Skepticism Making Sense of Arguments o Arguments Basics o Patterns o Diagramming Arguments o Assessing Long Arguments Reasons for Belief and Doubt o Conflict Experts and Evidence o Personal Experience o Fooling Ourselves o Claims in the News Faulty Reasoning o Irrelevant Premises o Genetic Fallacy. Appeal to Emotion o Red Herring. Composition. Disjunction. Appeal to Ignorance. False Dilemma o Slippery Slope. Appeal to Popularity o Appeal to Tradition. Hasty Generalization o Faulty Analogy Deductive Reasoning: Propositional Logic o Connectives and Truth Values o Conjunction. Checking for Validity o Simple Arguments. Representativeness. Straw Man Unacceptable Premises o Begging the Question. Testing for Causes o Casual Confusions 74        . Opinion Polls o Analogical Induction o Casual Arguments.

2. Talking with the Dead  Recommended Books: 1. Paulsen David W. Critical Reasoning.. Routledge INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY   3 Credit Hrs Definition and Nature of Philosophy Theory of Knowledge o Opinion and Knowledge o Plato. Fruitfulness. Aquinas. Mixing What Seems with What is o Misunderstanding the Possibilities o Judging Weird Theories o Crop Circles. Oxford University Press. Simplicity o Conservatism Judging Scientific Theories o Science and Not Science o The Scientific method. the Republic Selection o Knowledge through Reason o Descartes Meditation on First Philosophy o Knowledge through Experience o Hume an Inquiry concerning Human Understanding (Selection) o Experience Structured by the Mind o Kant Critique of Pure Reason (Selection o Knowing and Doing o James Pragmatism (Selection) o Knowledge and Emotion o Jaggar Love and Knowledge (Selection) Philosophy of Religion o Proving that Existence of God o Anselm. Paley. Dawkins (Selection) o Justifying Religious Beliefs o Pascal Pensees (Selection) o James The will to Believe Selection o Freud the Future of An Illusion (Selection) o Confronting the Problems of Evil 75  . Inference to the Best Explanation o Explanations and Inference o Theories and Consistency o Theories and Criteria o Testability. Vaughn Lewis. Testing Scientific Theories o Judging Scientific Theories o Copernicus versus Ptolemy. The Power of Critical Thinking. 3. 2005. Cederblom Jerry:2000. Evolution Versus Creationism o Science and Weird Theories o Making Weird Mistakes o Leaping to the Weirdest Theory. Wadsworth Restall Greg. 2005. Scope. Logic: An Introduction.

All too Human and Beyond Good and Evil (Selection) o Creating Ourselves o Sartre Existentialism is a Humanism (Selection) o Hearing the Feminine Voice o Gilligan In a Different Voice (Selection) o Baier What do Women Want in a Moral Theory (Selection) Political and Social Philosophy o The State as Natural o Plato the Republic (Selection) o Aristotle Politics (Selection) o The State as a Social Contract 76    . Materialism and First Philosophy (Selection) o The Mid-Body Problem o Descartes Meditations on First Philosophy (Selection) o O’Hear Introduction to the Philosophy of Science (Selection) o Dennett The Origins of Selves (Complete) o Pali Canon (Selection) o Penelhum Religion and Rationality (Selection) Freedom to Choose o Libertarianism o James The Dilemma of Determinism (Selection) o Taylor Metaphysics (Selection) o Determinism o Hospers Meaning and Free Will (Selection) o Skinner Walden Two (Selection) o Compatibilism o Stace Religion and the Modern Mind (Selection) o Radhakrishnan Indian Philosophy (Selection) Ethics o Fulfilling Human Nature o Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics (selection) o Loving God o Augustine The Morals of the Catholic Church and the City of God (Selection) o Following Natural Law o Aquinas Summa Theologiae (Selection) o Doing One’s Duty o Kant Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals (Selection) o Maximizing Utility o Mill Utilitarianism (Selection) o Turning Values of Upside Down o Nietzsche Human.o Mackie Evil and Omnipotence (Complete) o Hick Philosophy of Religion (Selection)  Metaphysics o Idealism and Materialism o Berkeley Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Pholonous (Selection) o Armstrong Naturalism.

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour o Organizational Disciplines and topics o Psychological Perspective o Social-Psychological Perspectives Structure and Control in Organization o Introduction o Bureaucracy o Managerial Work o Contingency theory o Organizational Design  Individual and Work Learning o Learning Theories o Learning and Work  Stress o Types of Stress and Work o Occupational Stress Management  Individual Differences o Personality and its factors o Personality dimensions and social learning o Intelligence 3 Credit Hrs  77 .o Hobbes Philosophical Rudiments Concerning Government and Society (Selection) o Locke the Second Treatise of Government (Selection) o Liberty of the Individual o Mill On Liberty (Selection) o Alienation in Capitalism o Marx Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844 (Selection) o Justice and Social Trust o Rawls A Theory of Justice (Selection) o Nozick Anarchy.. 2 nd Ed. and Utopia (Selection) o Held Rights and Goods (Selection) o Women in Society o Wollstonecraft A Vindication of the Rights of Women (Selection) o De Behaviour The Second Sex (Selection) o The Value of Philosophy o Russel The Problems of Philosophy (Selection) o Midgley Philosophical Plumbing (Selection) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: 1. McGraw Hill. State. 2002. Elements of Philosophy: An Introduction. Abel Donald C. Stumpf Samuel Enoch. Scruton Roger. 2001. Routledge. A short History of Modern Philosophy. 4th Ed. 2.

(2005).. (2003). 4. 5th Ed. Organizational Behaviour.. Organizational Behaviour. McGraw-Hill Inc. & The critique of labour o Foucault & Disciplinary Power Conflict and Consent in Work o The labor Process debate o Work place control and resistance o Industrial conflict and industrial relations Organizational culture o Organizational culture and strategic management o Exploring organizational culture o Evaluating concept of culture     Recommended Books: 1. (12th Ed). Hollenbeck. (2007). P. McGraw Hill. R. & Rhodes. McGraw-Hill Inc. Weber. Noe. Luthan Fred. B. Organizational Behaviour. P. & Wright. J. 5. Newstrom John W. 2. o o o o  o o o  Motivation and Job Satisfaction Needs at Work Theories of Motivation and job satisfaction Correlates of Job satisfaction Correlates of Job satisfaction Group and Work Social Interaction Dramaturgy and impression Management Social Skill Group and Inter group Behaviour o Group Structure & Norms o Group Processes o How throne Studies Leadership o Leadership as an attribute o Leadership Style Patterns of Work o Work-the classical approach o Marx. Gerhart. 3rd Oxford. 3. 78 . (2005).. Stephen. R. McGraw Hill. (2006). Principles of Organizational Behaviour. Robins. Finchan. Human Resource Management..

Scope of SMEs. Factors influencing entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial. Networking organization. Socio cultural factors. Drucker: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Peter F. The new venture Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The innovation concepts. Devising entrepreneurial marketing plan. Miner: Entrepreneurial Success. Support systems Entrepreneurship Organization: Team work. knowledge and skill development. The sociologist view. the economist view of entrepreneurship. Trait approach to understanding entrepreneurship.MANAGEMENT COURSES ENTREPRENEURSHIP Objective: Entrepreneurship is an important component in the process of economic development. Entrepreneurial Management. Sources of innovative opportunities. Drucker John B. The environment. The Japanese experience Case Studies of Successful Entrepreneurs Text Books: 1. Financial and marketing problems of SMEs Entrepreneurial Marketing: Framework for developing entrepreneurial marketing. Entrepreneurship in service institutions. The purpose of this course is to analyse the theories of entrepreneurship and to go for case studies of successful entrepreneurs. 79 . Paul Burns and Jim Dew Hurst: Small Business and Entrepreneurship P. Entrepreneurial marketing strategies. managers of SME. The innovation process. Value system Entrepreneurship and SMES: Defining SMEs. Entrepreneurship and Management The Practice of Entrepreneurship: The process of entrepreneurship. Singh: Entrepreneurship for Economic Growth Peter F. 4. Importance of innovation for entrepreneurship. The entrepreneurial business. Employment creation and training. Product quality and design Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: Role of entrepreneur in the economic development generation of services. N. 2. Motivation and compensation. 3. Behavioural approach. Ideas. Risks involved in innovation Developing Entrepreneur: Entrepreneurial profile. Course Contents: Introduction: The concept of entrepreneurship.

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