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SUPARCO INSTITUTE OF

TECHNICAL TRAINING

PROSPECTUS 2014

Disclaimer
The contents as stated in this prospectus are expression of intent only.
The institute reserves the right to discontinue any portion or make
amendments at any time without notice.

CONTENTS
1.

Mission Statement

2.

Welcome to SITT

3.

Introduction

4.

Faculty

5.

The Institute

6.

Facilities at SITT

15

7.

Academic Programs

17

8.

Future Growth

33

9.

Admission Information

34

10.

Tentative Dates

35

11.

Rules & Regulations

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1. Mission Statement
Educate, train, groom, and prepare scientific and technical staff to meet SUPARCOs
needs conforming to internationally recognized standards, while imbuing them with
the spirit of innovation, pursuit of excellence and values of honesty, integrity, morality,
commitment and ethical behavior

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2. Welcome to SITT
After completion of basic education, choosing the right career path is the most
grueling task that encumbers any student. Selection entails maximum optimization of
an individuals capabilities, intellect and innovativeness. If you choose to be at the
SUPARCO Institute of Technical Training (SITT), we assure you a bright, promising
and prosperous future in concurrence with your dreams.
SITT, thriving to produce young professionals, technically well groomed in the fields
of Electronics and Mechanical, is an excellent choice to be at. Young and determined
faculty and administration, hand-in-hand, facilitate the process of learning through
hands-on experience.
SITT is a progressive institute, geared towards establishing a platform where groundbreaking research will progress in conjunction with academic activity. The Institute
aims at creating awareness of the commercial potential of scientific innovation and in
doing so will provide balanced, synergetic and focused programs. It will also focus on
outreach, through communication, making the acquisition of space related education
accessible to the nations youth.
You are welcomed at SITT where we offer you a platform on which you can hone your
capabilities in an exciting and stimulating manner. We visualize a harmonious
relationship with you over the years you will spend with us and look forward to sending
out in the world, a more confident, wiser and smarter YOU - ready to take on the
challenges of the world.

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3. Introduction
Rapid advancement in technical fields and its influence in our day-to-day work
have produced a challenging demand of technically well trained people. Thus
the need for establishing an Institute of Technical Training was felt by SUPARCO
to prepare highly competent and technically well trained workforce.
The SUPARCO Institute of Technical Training (SITT) has come a long way to what it
is today. The genesis of the Institute was laid out of t h e need for preparing
fresh diploma holders in the environment of SUPARCO. Keeping in view the
present and future manpower needs, SITT was established in the year 2002
at SUPARCO, Karachi. Initially, diploma programs in the fields of
Electronics and Mechanical were introduced. It is an elite institution that offers
exceptional preparation for professionals that require technological
sophistication. Through a committed faculty and close personal attention, SITT
provides a challenging academic program in line with the rigor of the real world. Inter
professional projects prepare students for that world with interdisciplinary
approach that demands creativity as well as technical and industrial skills.
SITT is a recognized institute of training for Diploma of Associate Engineering (DAE)
in Electronics and Mechanical Trades and is affiliated with Sindh Board of Technical
Education (SBTE). Highly qualified and leading professionals of Electronics,
Electrical and Mechanical technologies form the Institute faculty. State-of-the-art
lecture rooms, laboratories, workshops and a resourceful library are the hallmark of
SITT. Above all, the institute offers a conducive environment for learning. Academic
programs focus on rigorous technical trainings and theoretical foundations

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to create professionals with thorough understanding of fundamentals and the


capability of applying this knowledge for research, design and development
purposes.
At present, SITT is running several academic programs, all aiming to prepare
a technically sound workforce for SUPARCO. These include:

a 3-year apprenticeship program, providing DAE qualification to matriculate


students
the Skill Development Program for training the existing technical manpower
of SUPARCO
a 1-year post DAE apprenticeship training program for DAE qualified sub
engineers
a number of short training courses in both technical and non-technical
fields

The continuous need for progressing forward necessitates a constant effort to improve
the existing infra structure and open the way for innovative developments.

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4. Faculty
SITT is proud to have one of the most highly skilled and proficient faculties. The
administration of SUPARCO has left no stone unturned to hire the best, most committed
professional teachers from the city.
PRINCIPAL
Ahson Ansari
M Sc (Computer Technology)
SITT FACULTY
Electronics Discipline

Adnan Siddiqui
BE (Electronics)
Reema Saleem
BE (Electronics)
Shariq Jamil
BE (Electronics)
Ferheen Ayaz
BE (Electronics)
Suhail Ahmed
BE (Electrical)
Zain Ul Aabidin Lodhi
BS (Communication Systems Engg)

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M Umair Siddiqui
B Tech Hon (Electronics)
Junaid
B Tech Hon (Electronics)
Urooj Ul Zafar
B Tech Hon (Electrical)
Danish ul Khairi
DAE (Electronics)
Mehak Fatima
DAE (Electronics)
Quratulain Haider
DAE (Electronics)

Aiman Mukhtar
DAE (Electronics)

Basic Sciences Discipline

Mechanical Discipline

Musab Dilshad
DAE (Mechanical)

Adnan Khan
BE (Mechanical)
Zubair Arif
BE (Mechanical)
Khadija Anwar
BE (Mechanical)
Shumail Shakeel
BE (Mechanical)
Rashid Ahmed Bhatti
B Tech (Mechanical)
Abdul Wadood
B Tech (Mechanical)
Syed Ozair Asim
DAE (Mechanical)
Faraz Hassan
DAE (Mechanical)

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Qaiser Lateef
M Sc (Applied Maths)
MCS
Sanaullah Shah
M Sc (Physics)
Nadeem Goher
M Sc (Applied Physics)
Syed Zeeshan Ali
M Sc (Applied Physics)
Rao Atif
M Sc (Maths)
Abdul Samad Khan
M Sc (Chemistry)
Zia ul Islam
M Sc (Chemistry)
Ehtaram-ul-Haq
M Sc (Physics)

5. The Institute
Quality education today relies on a number of resources. Among these are
libraries, laboratories, well-built lecture rooms and technological resource centers.
These resources not only facilitate the teaching-learning process but also offer
opportunities for both teachers and students to experiment and achieve much more.
Class Rooms
The Institute has 4 Lecture rooms with a capacity of about 30 to 40 students. All
class rooms are well-lit and equipped with training aids and audio system.
Multimedia facility is also available. In addition, there is a large Multi Purpose Hall
with a capacity of about 60 students.

Advance Electronics Lab


The institute has an Advance Electronics Lab equipped with sophisticated electronic
trainer kits with computer interfacing facilities. In addition, latest test and measuring
instruments are available to facilitate students for performing practicals. This lab
offers design and fabrication of electronics projects which enhances the skills of
students.

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Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Lab


Programmable Logic Control Lab gives students a hands-on experience with PLCs and
other industrial control setups which they will come across during their career. This lab
also introduces students to the advanced field of robotics with a highly developed
robotics setup.

Electrical Lab
Electrical Lab contains many types of motors, generators and electrical wiring
arrangements to give students a sound basis in this field.
Computer Lab
Computer Lab extends facilities such as multimedia, printers, scanners and other
peripherals to all its users. All computers in the lab are connected via a high speed data
network.
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Engineering Software Training Lab


Engineering Software Training Lab provides training on various software applications
required to assist students in their studies. Various software applications are installed
to provide extra computing power for preparation of assignments and projects.

Hardware Interfacing Lab


Hardware Interfacing Lab is a newly established lab which focuses specially on the
various methods of interfacing electronic hardware to software.
Communication and Antenna Design Lab
This is another newly established lab whose primary task is to cover all aspects of
communication systems via advanced test equipment and special trainer kits. It also
includes a sophisticated setup for antenna design and testing.

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Hobby Shop
Hobby Shop was built with the unique but crucial aim of giving students practical
experience working with, troubleshooting and actually building all types of electronic
circuits. For this purpose it is equipped with a number of devices and appliances which
students are free to take apart and study. This boosts their confidence while they are
in practical field. Besides routine practical classes, students use this shop for building
projects.
PCB Printing and Screening Lab
PCB Printing and Screening Lab serves the purpose of instructing students in the
process of PCB printing and also allows them to print their own PCBs here.

Physics Lab
Physics Lab is fully equipped with apparatus and equipment to provide students the
necessary practical exposure required to complement the theoretical concepts taught to
them in this subject. Complete setups related to the fields of Physics such as Optronics,
Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Optics, Solid State Physics and Electricity are available.

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Chemistry Lab
SITT has a ventilated, spacious, well equipped and properly maintained chemistry lab to
cater to the academic needs of students. Multiple equipments and instruments are
available to ensure training of each student. Adequate precautionary measures are taken
to provide a safe and secure environment.

Fabrication Workshop
This shop is equipped with sheering, bending, rolling, drilling and power press machines.
Students learn the basic bench fitting and operations regarding metal works with the help
of these advanced machines.
Production Workshop
This shop has the facility of lathe, drilling, milling, shaper and planner machines for
introducing the basic concepts of mechanical technology. Students can perform
practicals like slice facing, turning, drilling, boring, grinding, reaming, knurling, milling,
gear cutting, shaping, etc. This shop also has a section of CNC which consists of
CNC-Milling and CNC-Lathe, where students are given exposure to advanced industrial
techniques for performing automotive mechanical work.

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Welding Workshop
This shop is equipped with Electric Arc welding, TIG welding, MIG welding and Spot
welding, Gas welding and Plasma cutting machines where students gain familiarization
with welding machine accessories and demonstrate welding of different materials.
Students can perform practicals and understand welding joints and terms, selection
criteria of electrodes and gain basic knowledge of Engineering Materials.
Carpentry Workshop
Carpentry Shop gives students a chance to learn the craft of wood work using the
carpentry tools available here.
HVAC Workshop
HVAC shop is equipped with hand tools assortment for refrigeration and air conditioning
services. This shop also includes basic components and refrigeration air conditioning
system i.e. compressors, condensers, TXV and evaporators. Here students learn about
basic measurement and tools assortment for HVAC service and can understand the
basic mechanism and troubleshooting of refrigeration/air conditioning system.

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Library
Importance of an effective library cannot be over emphasized in a good quality institute.
The SITT Library is spacious, well planned, and offers a peaceful environment. It houses
books, magazines and journals covering every possible field of research. It is an
invaluable resource of information for students and teachers alike. Internet facility is
also available to allow students the opportunity to search the World Wide Web for
required data.
Audio/Visual Room
Audio Visual Room is equipped with advanced Training Aids and Visual pool. Recorded
lectures, scientific demos and documentary films are displayed to the students for
building basic concepts. Short training courses are also arranged here. It has a capacity
of about 50 students.

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6. Facilities at SITT
SITT provides its students with a number of facilities apart from their education.
Financial Assistance
All SITT students are given a monthly stipend according to current policy.
Health Services
All basic first aid equipment is readily available and a dedicated team of doctors and
staff are present to look after medical complaints of the students.
Canteen
A spacious canteen and dining hall gives students a place to relax after a hectic
routine. Students are also provided lunch, free of charge.
Sports
Arrangements for both indoor and outdoor sports are available for the students.

Girls Common Room


As in any other institute, a separate common room is available for female students.

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Accommodation
Separate boarding and lodging facility is provided for male/female students who
reside outside Karachi.

Transport
Pick and drop facility is provided to all students living in Karachi. The Institute also
provides transport for Industrial/recreational visits.

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7. Academic Programs
In order to bring diversity and vigour in learning experiences, SITT has a two-fold strategy.
At the outset, curriculum of core courses, offered by SBTE for Electronics and Mechanical
trades are enriched with innovative and creative strategies. Classroom sessions are
student centred with a focus on interactive teaching that include discussion, examining
case studies and projects. Secondly, a variety of courses are also designed by SITT to
enhance extra skills by providing a multi-track path and cross-disciplinary practice to
learning. This system provides better learning opportunities. The available time is best
utilized and concept of continuous grooming is followed.
Modular System
SITT follows Modular System in which an Academic Year is divided into 2 terms. This
system supports regular learning and continuous assessment of the student throughout
the term. Its evaluation system is better than other education systems and available
time is best utilized.
1st Year Electronics Courses
Applied Math
After completing this course, students will be able to solve problems of Algebra,
Trigonometry, vectors, Matrices and Determinants, develop skills, mathematical attitudes
and logical perception in the use of mathematical instruments as required in the
technological fields and acquire mathematical clarity and insight in the solution of
technical problems.
Electrical Essentials and Networks
This course is designed so that the students will be able to learn basic knowledge of
electricity and electronics, understand the operation and application of electrical and
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electronic principles, devices and circuits. They will identify the different electrical and
electronic components, devices and types of circuits, explain their principles of operation,
use electrical/electronic components and devices in different circuits configurations,
describe the ratings, tolerances, coding and troubles in different electrical and electronics
components and circuits, calculate current, voltage, power and power factor using
circuit laws and network theorems and use filters and coupling in electronics circuits.
Electrical Drawing and General Engineering
Helps students in understanding the basic methods of drawing. Lettering, Numbering,
Conventional lines and dimensioning. This also includes Drawing symbols and simple
circuits (Electrical and Electronics).
Basic Wiring
In this course students acquire the concepts of electrical wiring. After completing this
course, individuals will be confident in switch board fitting, tube light fitting and fixation
of other electrical home appliances.
Technical English
At the end of this course, the students will be equipped with cognitive skill to enable them
to present facts in a systematic and logical manner to meet the language demands of
dynamic field of research and development and industry for functional day-to-day use
and will inculcate skills of reading, writing and comprehension.
Applied Physics
The students will be able to understand the fundamental principles and concept of
physics, use these to solve problems in practical situations/technological courses and
understand concepts to learn advance physics/technical courses.
Printed Circuit Making and Radio Components
The students work on Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) and fixation, soldering of
components on PCBs and their trouble shooting.

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Wood workshop
Use of carpentry tools is demonstrated in this course and students practice on basic jobs
related to woodwork.
Computer Application
After completion of this course the students will be able to describe micro-, mini-,
mainframe- and super-computer, explain the function of CPU, input and output devices
of a computer system , enlist, appropriate specification of a computer for a certain
specific purpose, apply Disk operating system for a specific operation, design small
programs in Basic language, use MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and graphics software.
Programming Languages
Concepts of compiler, interpreters and introduction to programming languages are
covered in this course. This course also covers C-Language. Concepts of Data Types
used in C, simple calculation programs, loops used in C, Arrays, Files, etc are explained
and programming assignments are given to the students. Basics of object oriented
languages are also introduced in C++.
PLC
In this course, students will learn introduction to Programming Logic Control (PLC)
devices and PLC programming at the initial level to understand the basics of control
theory as well as the basic components that are used in hydraulics and pneumatics and
their application and usage in industrial engineering processes.
PCB Designing Software
Students are introduced to the world of PCB designing by making contact with several
advanced software such as PADS, OrCAD, Multisim etc. The course contents are
designed to achieve the target that at the end of the introductive year a student would be
well aware of PCB designing tools and layout configurations combined with schematic
definitions and knowledge of terms like ROI etc in this context.

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2nd Year Electronics Courses


Applied Math
After completing the course, students will be able to solve problems of Calculus and
Analytic Geometry, develop mathematical skills, attitudes and logical perception in the
use of mathematical instruments, apply principles of Differential Calculus to work out rate
measures, velocity, acceleration, maxima and minima values, use Principles of Integral
Calculus to compute areas and volumes and acquire proficiency in solving technological
problems with mathematical clarity and insight.
Measuring Instruments
In this course, students will understand the working principle, types, and construction of
different analog and digital instruments and their accessories and manipulate skills of
proper selection, use, handling, maintaining and repairing of various electrical and
electronic instruments.
Electronic Devices and Circuits
This course helps to apply the principles of operation and functions of various electronic
components and devices to practical circuits.
Amplifiers and Radio Receivers
This course has been designed to enable the students to understand the working of
Microphones and loud speakers, Audio frequency amplifier, Radio frequency amplifier
and AM./FM radio receiver.
Motors and Generators
After studying the subject, students will be able to understand the construction, working
and application of DC and AC machines.
Business Communications
The course has been designed to enable the students to develop communication skills,
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understand basic principles of good and effective business writing in commercial and
industrial fields and develop knowledge and skill to write technical report with confidence
and accuracy.
Applied Chemistry
After studying this course a student will be able to understand the significance and role of
chemistry in the development of modern technology and become acquainted with the
basic principles of chemistry as applied in the study of relevant technology. Students will
know the scientific methods for production, properties & use of materials of industrial and
technological significance and will also gain skills for the efficient conduct of practicals in
a Chemistry lab.
Pulse and Digital Circuits
After studying the subject, the student will be able to understand the wave generation,
wave shaping and digital circuit, identify various types of wave shaping circuit, explain the
principle of sine wave oscillator and working of multi-vibrators, explain the working of
ramp and pulse generators, identify the function of delay lines, differentiate various types
of logic gates, categories the combinational logic circuits, identify the principle of
comparator circuit, and function of chopper circuit, explain the operation of memories,
Identify the function of sampling and D/A and A/D conversion and identify the principle of
sequential logic circuit.
Business Management and Industrial Economics
The students will be able to develop management skills, get acquainted with the
principles of management and economic relations and develop commercial/economic
approach to solve problems in an industrial set-up.
Communication System-I
The subject has been designed so that the student will be able to understand the working
of telegraphy, telephony and wireless communication and will be able to identify the
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necessity, types and application of codes in telegraphy and elements of telegraphy,


explain the working of tele-printer, describe the principle and working of automatic
telephone system, explain the principle of pulse modulation and frequency division
multiplexing.
PLC
This course covers advanced PLC programming on ladder logic and students are
assigned projects of control and automation side which will help them build up the
innovating abilities and the way to implement them in an efficient manner. Also in the
field of pneumatics and hydraulics students are experienced enough to work on
controlling several mechanical processes using PLC programming. At the end of the year,
students have to submit a project concerning the control of any process related to
the above mentioned areas.
PCB Designing using Software
Designing from simple to complex schematics and achievement of high ROI on the PCB
design is the goal that one would reach at the completion of the year. Here at this stage
students will be able to integrate several designs with least analysis and simulation tools.

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3rd Year Electronics Courses


Industrial Management and Human Relations
The study of this subject will enable the student to develop the management skills,
acquaint him with the principles of management and human relations and develop
psychological approach to solve the labor problems.
Communication System - II
After studying the course the student will be able to understand the principle, function and
applications of A.M. and FM Transmitters, TV transmitters, Aviation and Marine Radio
communication.
TV Circuits and Systems
Having gone through this subject the student will be able to understand the principle,
operation, and application of Black and White TV, Color TV Receivers and TV Studio,
identify the stages of back and white and color TV receiver, explain the operation of
stages in Black and White and Color TV receivers and operation of equipment used in
TV studio, use the equipment and apparatus for servicing TV receivers, troubleshooting
of Black and White and Color TV receivers, replace the faulty components used in Black
and White and Color TV receivers.
Microprocessors and Microcomputers
This subject has been designed so as to enable the student to understand analog
computation, microprocessor architecture, programming and interfacing, microcomputer
hardware, solve the 2nd order differential equation by using analog computer, identify the
function of 8-bit microprocessor, program a Intel 8085 microprocessor using assembly
and Machine language, debug programs, differentiate a 16 and 32 bit microprocessor,
identify the function interfaces, explain the memory organization / stored program concept
and identify the units of digital computer.

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Industrial Electronics
After studying the subject the student will be able to understand various industrial
electronic circuits, control system and components, apply electronic devices for industrial
control, describe the use of amplifier and oscillator in control circuits, identify the function
of opto-electronic devices in control circuits and discuss the methods of H.F. Dielectric
and microwave heating, discuss the function of paleface rectifiers and inverter, identify the
function of various types of transducers, explain the generation and application of
ultrasonic and the Principle of control system and explain the function of servomechanism.
Antenna and Transmission Lines
Having gone through this subject, the student will be able to understand characteristics of
Transmission lines, Reflection in transmission lines, Impedance matching of transmission
lines, use of Smith chart, Characteristics of antennas, Type of antennas, Broadcasting
and Receiving antennas.
Microwave and Radar
After studying this subject, the student will be able to understand System of microwave
communication, Principle of RADAR other navigational aids.

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1st Year Mechanical Courses


Applied Mathematics
After completing the course the students will be able to solve problems of Algebra,
Trigonometry, vectors, Matrices and Determinants, develop skill, mathematical
attitudes and logical perception in the use of mathematical instruments as required
in the technological fields and acquire mathematical clarity and insight in the solution of
technical problems.
Applied Chemistry
After studying this course a student will be able to understand the significance and
role of chemistry in the development of modern technology and become acquainted
with the basic principles of chemistry as applied in the study of relevant technology.
Student will know the scientific methods for production, properties & use of materials of
industrial and technological significance and will also gain skills for the efficient conduct
of practicals in a Chemistry lab.
Workshop Practice
The student will be familiarized with the Tools, Equipments, Machines used in the metal
work, Welding and Forging, wood work and foundry. The student will achieve the basic
skills in the above fields by preparing specific jobs in each part of the subject.
Safety Practices and Procedures
At the end of this course, the students will be able to adopt safety standards, Codes,
Rules etc. to be desired in Mechanical Workshops/Industries. He/she will be able to
understand methods of prevention, provide FIRST aid and RESCUE in the case of any
accident.
Technical English
At the end of the course, the students will be equipped with cognitive skill to enable them
to present facts in a systematic and logical manner to meet the language demands of
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dynamic field of commerce and industry for functional day-to-day use and will inculcate
skills of reading, writing and comprehension.
Applied Physics
Students will be able to understand the fundamental principles and concept of physics;
they will use these to solve problems in their studies and practical situations.
Basic Engineering Drawing and CAD
At the end of this course the students will be able to understand the fundamentals of
engineering drawing used in the various fields of industry specially in the Mechanical
Technology. The student will be familiarized with the use of conventional drawing
instruments as well as the modern technology used for this subject. The CAD portion of
the subject will provide the student the knowledge and use of computer in the subject of
Engineering Drawing.
Introduction to Computer Applications
This subject will enable the student to be familiar with basics of EDP, hardware
components and the operation of a Micro-computer. He/she will also learn DOS, BASIC
language and word processing, calculations on spread sheets, preparation of
presentations, use of graphics software, etc. Basic concepts of computer networks are
also discussed in this course.
Programming Languages
Concepts of compiler, interpreters and introduction to programming languages are
covered in this course. This course also covers C-Language and basics of object oriented
language are introduced in C++.
PLC
In this course, students will learn introduction to PLC devices and PLC
Programming to understand the basics of control theory as well as the basic components
that are used in hydraulics and pneumatics and their application in industrial engineering
processes. Students will be well aware of PLC, Hydraulics and Pneumatics terminologies.
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2nd Year Mechanical Courses


Applied Math
After completing the course the students will be able to solve problems of Calculus and
Analytic Geometry, develop mathematical skill, attitudes and logical perception in the
use of mathematical instruments, apply principles of Differential Calculus to work out
rate measures, velocity, acceleration, maxima and minima values, use Principles of
Integral Calculus to compute areas and volumes and acquire proficiency in solving
technological problems with mathematical clarity and insight.
Applied Electricity and Electronics
This course enables the students to understand the fundamental of electricity, know the
devices used for control of industrial equipments, their properties and uses. The course
provide the knowledge of working principles and operation of A.C. and D.C. motors,
transformers and generators, interpret connection diagrams of various electrical devices.
Students will be able to observe safety rules and provide electric shock treatment.
Metrology
The subject is connected with the methods of measurements based on agreed
International Standards and units. The practice in the subject requires the use of
apparatus and equipment which include instruments necessary to adjust and permit the
degree of accuracy required.
Business Communication
The course has been designed to enable the students to develop communication skills,
understand basic principles of good and effective business writing in commercial and
industrial fields, develop knowledge and skill to write technical report with confidence and
accuracy.

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Applied Mechanics
This course will help student to apply the concepts of Applied Physics to understand
Mechanics. Laws and principles of Mechanics in solving technological problems are
covered. Student will use the knowledge of App. Mechanics in learning advance technical
courses and will demonstrate efficient skill of practical work in Mechanics Lab.
Workshop Practice
This subject deals with the types of lathes, drilling machines, tool grinders, shaper,
planner and appropriate course relating to foundry practice, pattern making and advanced
welding. It will provide the students the information regarding tools, work holding and
supporting devices, attachments as well as selection and calculations of speed and
feeds. It also includes the study of advanced welding techniques.
Basic Engineering Drawing and CAD
Engineering Drawing is a continuation of basic and engineering drawing for 1st year
Mechanical Technology. It deals with Geometrical constructions, drawing symbols and
Constructions, Sectioning, Geometrical solids, Riveted joints, fasteners, working
drawings, Assembly drawings and Auto Cad.
Business Management and Industrial Economics
The students will be able to develop management skills, get acquainted the learner with
the principles of management and economic relations and develop commercial/economic
approach to solve the problems in the industrial set-up.
Metallurgy
This subject deals with the Metallurgy concepts that influence Mechanical and physical
properties of Metals and Alloys. The student acquire knowledge of ores and the methods
of dressing them which enhances his knowledge regarding different operations carried
out in the recovery of ferrous and non-ferrous metals from their ores. Students gain
knowledge of different steel making processes and various shaping, farming, rolling
methods.
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Auto Mechanical Desktop and Pro E


Use of Auto Mechanical Desktop and Pro Engineering software is very helpful for
students to work on their assignments and projects. This course helps the students to
efficiently apply their learning in the projects.
PLC
This course covers PLC advanced programming on ladder logic and students are
assigned projects of control and automation side which will help them build up the
innovating abilities and the way to implement them in an efficient manner. Also in the
field of pneumatics and hydraulics students are experienced to work on controlling
several mechanical processes using PLC programming. At the end of the year students
have to submit a project concerning the control of any process related to the above
mentioned areas.

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3rd Year Mechanical Courses


Industrial Management and Human Relations
The study of this subject will enable the student to develop the management skill, acquaint
him with the principles of management and human relations and develop psychological
approach to solve the labor problems.
Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines
At the end of the course the students will be able to understand properties of fluids,
pressure and flow of fluids and also able to apply above to problems of total head of
water, losses of heads, flow through orifices, impact of jets etc. The hydraulic machine
portion of the course will provide the student the knowledge of water wheels, hydraulic
turbines and pumps.
Industrial Engineering
At the end of this course the students will be able to understand the fundamentals of
planning of the industrial concern, appreciate the methods generally employed in various
categories of manufacturing operations for economic production.
Applied Thermodynamics and Energy Conservation
The students will learn Knowledge about temperature, heat, pressure, work, energy and
power. The student will be able to understand laws of gases, Pie-diagrams of cycles,
classification and working of internal combustion engines and steam engines, apply laws
to cycles of operation of IC-Engines. The energy conservation portion of the course will
provide the student the knowledge of energy conservation products and various energy
management systems.
Machine Design
At the end of the course the student will acquire practice in analyzing stresses set-up in
Machine parts and practice design of welded joints, pressure vessels, shafts, helical
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springs and spur gears.


Tools Design and Making
At the end of the course, student should be able to know the importance of tool design
and tool making, principles of designing jigs and Fixtures with their types, design dies
and punches, cutting tools and understand manufacturing operation like blanking Piercing,
Bending, Drawing and Forming.
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
At the end of the course the student will be able to understand computer aided designing
and manufacturing. He must also be aware of Programming and operating CNC Lathe.
Acquire the knowledge of Computer Integrated Manufacturing with Configurations of CAD,
CAM and ROBOTICS.
Materials Testing and Heat Treatment
After going through this course, student will be able to understand destructive and
non-destructive test, working of testing equipment, know the basic Theories of heat
Treatment processes and understand common heat treatment processes.
PLC
Visits to several process industries having installed PLCs separately as well as embedded
are arranged so that the students have an idea that how does the device practically work
out in industry and a final year project is also assigned herewith.
Quality Assurance
In this course students will learn concepts of TQM, develop management skills
and processes for implementing ISO standards in an organization. Few site visits are
also included in this course.
Configuration Management
Configuration management is a field for organizing and controlling planning, design,
development, and hardware/software operations by systematic and consistent
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configuration identification, control, accounting and auditing of a product. In this course,


students are briefed about all the techniques and procedures used for Configuration
Management.
HVAC
This course covers basics of air-conditioning, heating and cooling load estimation,
air conditioning systems, ducting and piping, valves, dampers, air devices and air
balancing. students also work on various equipment used in air-conditioning like Chillers,
Cooling Tower, Air Handling Unit, Fans, Humidifier and Dehumidifier, etc. Engineering
Standards and Inspection Procedures.

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8. Future Growth
The induction of students through a systematic merit-based admission process, training
in a demanding yet friendly academic environment and continuously updated programs
are distinguished features of life at the institute.
The system of education at SITT is a unique blend of the best in classroom instruction,
case studies, class presentations, research and practical training. It demands total
commitment, concentration and self-discipline.
After completion of Diploma of Associate Engineering from SITT, there are tremendous
career progression possibilities and opportunities up to General Manager Level (SPS-10)
in SUPARCO and other strategic organizations.
The students acquiring top merit positions in the annual SBTE exams are also eligible
to receive a fully funded SUPARCO scholarship for continuing their education up to
Bachelors level after their DAE, thus opening up a number of opportunities for their
personal and professional growth.

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9. Admission Information
Admission in the institute is offered during the month of July/August and classes
for First Semester commence from November each year.
Eligibility for Admission
a) Students who have passed or expect to pass SSC (science) or equivalent examination
from any recognized Board/University with a minimum aggregate of 70% are eligible
to apply.
b) Admissions will be offered on open merit.
c) Applicant must be born between 04 August 1997 and 03 August 1999.
d) Applicant must be medically fit and of single marital status.
e) Applicant must be a Pakistani national (dual/foreign nationality is not allowed).
f) Candidates who apply for admission would be required to undergo written test of
matriculation level for Maths, Physics, English, Chemistry and General Computer
subjects as well as interview.
Written Test will include MCQs with following weightage of subjects:
(iv)
Chemistry
10 %
(i)
Math
35 %
(ii)
Physics
35 %
(v)
General Computer
05%
(iii) English
15 %
Merit list will be based on the test/interview and matriculation marks with the following
weightage:
(i)
Matric marks
20%
(ii)
Written test
60%
(iii) Interview
20%

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10. Tentative Dates

Last date for submission of applications

4th Aug 2014

Admission Test

1st Sept 2014

Result

4th Sept 2014

Psychological Test and Interview

7th Sept 18th Sept 2014

Technical Interviews

14th Sept 21st Sept 2014

Final merit list

25th Sept 2014

Joining and Orientation

1st week of Nov 2014

Commencement of classes

1st week of Nov 2014

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11. Rules & Regulations

Apprentices will not be considered as regular employees of SUPARCO till posting


after successful completion of Three Year Apprenticeship Training.
Principal SITT has full authority to relax this policy as and when required. In case
of any discrepancy, decision of Principal SITT will stand final.

a) Exams
(i) If a student does not appear in scheduled exam of a course he will be awarded
grade F in the course.
(ii) Module with a grade F is required to be repeated in supplementary exam.
(iii) Supplementary Exams will be arranged at the end of an academic year
for apprentices having grade F in maximum 3 courses of an academic year.
(iv) Maximum three attempts are allowed to pass a course; final decision will
be taken by Principal SITT.
(v) Attendance of less than 75% in a Term shall render an apprentice ineligible
to appear in the final exams and grade F will be awarded to the student
in each course of the term; final decision will be taken by Principal SITT.
(vi) Continued poor academic performance may result in either expulsion or ultimate
induction of apprentice as Technical Worker (SPS-2) rather than Sub Engineer-II
(SPS-4). Final decision will be taken by Principal SITT with approval of Chairman.
b) Relegation/Withdrawal/Dropout
(i) Relegation
An apprentice will be relegated if awarded grade F in 4 courses of an
academic year. Final decision for relegation case will be taken by Principal
SITT. The case will be forwarded to Chairman for approval.

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(ii) Withdrawal/Dropout
An apprentice can be expelled/withdrawn from Apprenticeship Training Program
either on disciplinary ground or on the basis of his/her poor academic
performance as follows:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

If awarded grade F in 5 courses of an academic year.


If issued third written warning from Principal SITT on violating SITT discipline
rules or on low GPA.
If awarded grade F in 2 course of the academic year after relegation.
If fails to clear a course after three attempts.
If he/she takes admission to any other program and continues studies
other than Apprenticeship Training.

Final decision for withdrawal/dropout case will be taken by Principal SITT.


The case will be forwarded to Chairman for approval.
(iii) Refund/Penalty
In case of withdrawal/dropout of the apprentice on any ground from
Apprenticeship Training Program during the course of his/her studies at SITT,
the actual amount spent till that time shall be refunded with penalty to
SUPARCO. Penalty will be charged from the date of joining in accordance
with the following schedule:
a.
b.
c.

Withdrawal within a period of one year


Withdrawal within a period of two years
Withdrawal within a period of three years

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Rs. 25,000/Rs. 50,000/Rs. 100,000/-

c) Stipend
(i) Monthly Stipend
Monthly stipend of Rs. 1,500/- will be given to all apprentices during first
term. For subsequent term(s) the amount of stipend will be determined on
the basis of Cumulative GPA.
(ii) Reduction in Monthly Stipend
a. Stipend of an apprentice will be stopped for one year if he/she is relegated.
b. In case of poor academic performance, the stipend of an apprentice will be
reduced for subsequent term(s) as per following criteria:

CGPA: Above 3.25;


CGPA: Above 3.00 to 3.25;
CGPA: Above 2.75 to 3.00;
CGPA: Above 2.50 to 2.75;
CGPA: Below 2.50;

Reduction = 0%
Reduction = 10%
Reduction = 25%
Reduction = 50%
Reduction = 75% to 100%

d) Terms & Conditions


(i) The apprentice would strictly abide by the rules and regulations of SITT as
announced from time to time.
(ii) The apprentice would be expected to display the highest standard of
discipline. Indulgence in any kind of misconduct or any unbecoming activity
of an apprentice may result in his/her expulsion from the program and
expenditures made thus far shall be recovered.
(iii) The apprentice will ensure that no information about the task and mission of
SUPARCO will be discussed/leaked out at any time. Any breach of security
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shall be viewed with great concern and strict disciplinary action will be taken
against the individual.
(iv) The apprentice would take utmost care while corresponding with other
institutions/organizations.
(v) The apprentice shall, in no case, enroll/register with any other board, university
or institution for the award of certificate/diploma/degree during the period of
his/her training at SITT.
(vi) If the apprentice is found guilty of being enrolled in any other institution, Board
and/or University, SUPARCO has the right to approach the Institute, Board
and/or University to stop/cancel such illegal enrolment and to take
disciplinary action against apprentice.
After Successful Completion of Studies (DAE) at SITT:
Appointment as SUPARCO Employee (SPS-4/SPS-3 or SPS-2)
(i) After the successful completion of DAE, the apprentice will be appointed at
SUPARCO in Special Pay Scale (SPS-4/SPS-3 or SPS-2), based on
performance of the individual during apprenticeship training program.
(ii) The apprentice will have to serve SUPARCO for a minimum period of Five (5)
years after appointment.
(iii) In case the apprentice wishes to quit SUPARCO after DAE by tendering his/her
resignation then he/she shall have to refund the expenses actually incurred on
him/her during his/her training at SITT on the following prorate basis.

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Years of Service

Percentage Refundable

Resignation on completion of 1st year

120%

Resignation on completion of 2nd year

110%

Resignation on completion of 3rd year

100%

Resignation on completion of 4th year

80%

Resignation on completion of 5th year

Nil

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