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Self Assessment Report

BS (Civil Engineering)

FAST- NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF COMPUTER & EMERGING


SCIENCES
Lahore Campus

Introduction
This is a Self Assessment Report of BS (Civil Engineering) Program based on Self
Assessment Manual developed by Quality Assurance Agency, Higher Education
Commission of Pakistan.

Parameters for the Self Assessment Report are:


1. Program Mission, Objectives and Outcomes
2. Curriculum Design and Organization
3. Laboratories and Computing Facilities
4. Student Support and Advising
5. Process Control
6. Faculty
7. Institutional Facilities
8. Institutional Support
The report is prepared by the Program Team consisting of 3 members which was
nominated by Head of Department Civil Engineering.

General Information
FAST-National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences
Campus:

Lahore

Name of the Program:

BS (Civil Engineering)

Name of the Head of Department:

Dr. Anwar-ul-Haq Muneeb

Program Team:
Member:

Dr. Syed Iftikhar Ahmed

Member:

Dr. Muazam Ghous Sohail

Member:

Mr. Hadi Iqtadar

Comments by HOD:

Report is well prepared.

Comments by Director FAST-NU Lahore:

Good Work.

Table of Contents

Content
Objectives of Self Assessment
Procedure of Self Assessment
Criterias
1. Program Mission, Objectives and Outcomes
2. Curriculum Design and Organization
3. Laboratories and Computing Facilities
4. Student Support and Advising
5. Process Control

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5
6
7
17
30
36
39

6. Faculty

44

7. Institutional Facilities

48

8. Institutional Support

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OBJECTIVES OF SELF ASSESSMENT OF ACADEMIC


PROGRAMS

The objectives of self-assessment are to:


1. Maintain and continuously enhance academic standards.
2. Enhance students learning.
3. Verify that the existing programs meet their objectives and institutional
goals.
4. Provide feedback for quality assurance of academic programs.
5. Prepare the academic program for review by discipline councils.

Self Assessment Procedure

The Self Assessment Procedure is mentioned below which is part of Self


Assessment Manual.

Criterion 1: PROGRAM MISSION, OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMES


Each program must have a mission, measurable objectives and expected outcomes for graduates.
Outcomes include competency and tasks graduates are expected to perform after completing the
program. A strategic plan must be in place to achieve the program objectives. The extent to which
these objectives are achieved through continuous assessment and improvements must be
demonstrated.

Standard 1-1:
The program must have documented measurable objectives that
support Faculty / College and institution mission statements.

1.1.1

Mission Statement of the University

To provide quality education to students, irrespective of their financial back


grounds, ethnicity, gender or religion and to promote research and scholarly
activities to generate new knowledge.

1.1.2 a

Mission of the Program


To prepare students to enter and succeed in the civil engineering
profession, for life-long learning, utilization of research opportunities
and to understand the ways in which engineers contribute to society.

1.1.2 b

Program Educational Objectives


a. Developing the in-depth understanding of various fields of Civil
engineering as per international standards.
b. Converting understanding to research innovation.
c. Building diverse careers in the field of Civil engineering.
d. To develop a personality with professional & social ethics that will be
useful for students, for their families, the nation and the fellow human
beings.

1.1.3

Describe how objectives of the program are aligned with mission of the
program and institution.

1. The detailed & in-depth contents of subjects are included through


concrete concepts & high quality teaching.
2. Laboratory and project work help the students to create innovative
skills for optimized solution.
3. Software introduction & practice for the development of professional
skills.
4. Regular & quality teaching develops the professional ethics.

1.1.4

Outline main elements of Strategic Plan in line with the mission and
objectives of the program.

The main elements of strategies of BS (Civil Engineering) Program are based


on:
i)

Designing the program as per requirements of the students, their


potential employers & field requirements.

ii)

Develop curriculum based on the design of the program.

iii)

Regular revision of programs to keep them in line with the national and
international developments.

iv)

Providing all infrastructure & educational resources including class


room facilities, multimedia, computers and laboratories.

v)

Employing qualified and experienced teachers and to update their


knowledge through professional training.

vi)

Establish linkages with the foreign universities & engineering societies.

vii)

Develop moral and ethical basis of the students to impart concept of


team work, honesty and discipline through lectures, seminars and
industrial visits.

viii)

Close interaction of the teachers with the students through social


program networks, sports and entertainments.

ix)

1.1.5

To include books, software, research journals, magazines etc in library.

Provide for each objective how it was measured, when it was measured and
improvements identified and made.

Objective (A):

How measured

When
measured

Improvement identified

Improvement made

(date)

Faculty Course
Review

At HEC Improvement
level & identified
Faculty
Course
Review
form.

is Improvement is made
while keeping in view the
feedback from faculty.

Objective (B):

How measured

When
measured

Improvement identified

Improvement made

(date)

Final Year Projects &


Assignments

During
Semesters

1. Technical abilities
2. Writing Skills
3. Presentation
Skills

4. Project

Management
issues

1. Improvement
in
technical Skills of
Students
2. Students
Writing
Skills are improved
3. Improvement
in
Presentation Skills
of the Students

4. Solving

Project
Management issues

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Objective (C):

How measured

When
measured

Improvement identified

Improvement made

(date)

Internships, Job Fairs


& interaction with
professionals during
seminars

During
Semester
breaks

Career guidance
students

for Students were guided


about different fields of
Civil engineering when
they
interact
with
professional people.

Objective (D):

How measured

When
measured
(date)

Extra Curricular
Activities

Randomly

Improvement
identified
1. Confidence
Students

Improvement made
of

1. Students feel more


confident

2. Sportsman spirit

2. Increase
of
Sportsman spirit

3. Interaction

Socialization

3. Better interaction
between students

Standard 1-2: The program must have documented outcomes for graduating students.
It must be demonstrated that the outcomes support the program objectives and that
graduating students are capable of performing these outcomes.

Documented Out Comes of the Program:


1. Student shall have an ability to apply knowledge of Civil engineering to solve
the problems related to engineering.
2. Students shall have an ability to identify, analyze and solve practical Civil
engineering problems.
3. Student shall have an ability to plan & design components of Civil Engineering
infrastructure to meet desired needs.
4. Students shall have an understanding of the Professional and ethical
responsibilities of Civil engineer.

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5. Students shall have an understanding of the impact of Civil engineering on
society and environment.
6. Students shall have recognition of the need and an ability to engage in lifelong
learning of Civil engineering.
7. Students shall have an ability to work effectively in teams including
multidisciplinary teams to solve problems relevant to their field.
8. Students shall have an ability to communicate effectively in written, oral and
graphical forms, including the use of professional quality visual aids.
9.
Student shall have an ability to use modern tools, techniques and skills
necessary for practicing Civil engineering. This may include computational tools,
statistical techniques.
10. Students shall have an ability to conduct Civil engineering experiments to
study different engineering systems, including various modes of operation,
performance evaluation, properties of materials and manufacturing techniques as
well as to use laboratory instruments and computers to analyze and interpret data.
11. Students shall have an ability to work in a professional Civil engineering
environment and to understand the associated economical considerations.

1.2.1.

Describe how each program outcome is aligned with program objective

A. Program Objective

Developing the in-depth understanding of various fields of Civil engineering as per


international standards.

Learning Outcomes / Program Out Comes


1. Student shall have an ability to apply knowledge of Civil engineering to solve
the problems related to engineering.
2. Students shall have an ability to identify, analyze and solve practical Civil
engineering problems.
3. Student shall have an ability to plan & design components of Civil Engineering
infrastructure to meet desired needs.
B. Program Objective

Converting understanding to research innovation.


Learning Outcomes / Program Out Comes

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1. Student shall have an ability to use modern tools, techniques and skills necessary
for practicing Civil engineering. This may include computational tools, statistical
techniques.
2. Students shall have an ability to conduct Civil engineering experiments to study
different engineering systems, including various modes of operation, performance
evaluation, properties of materials and manufacturing techniques as well as to use
laboratory instruments and computers to analyze and interpret data.
C. Program Objective

Building diverse careers in the field of Civil engineering.


Learning Outcomes / Program Out Comes
1. Student shall have an ability to use modern tools, techniques and skills necessary
for practicing Civil engineering. This may include computational tools, statistical
techniques.
2. Students shall have an ability to conduct Civil engineering experiments to study
different engineering systems, including various modes of operation, performance
evaluation, properties of materials and manufacturing techniques as well as to use
laboratory instruments and computers to analyze and interpret data.
D. Program Objective:

To develop a personality with professional & social ethics that will be useful for
students, for their families, the nation and the fellow human beings.
Learning Out Comes / Program Out Comes
1. Students shall have an understanding of the Professional and ethical
responsibilities of Civil engineer.
2. Students shall have an understanding of the impact of Civil engineering on
society and environment.
3. Students shall have recognition of the need and an ability to engage in lifelong
learning of Civil engineering.
4. Students shall have an ability to work effectively in teams including
multidisciplinary teams to solve problems relevant to their field.
5. Students shall have an ability to communicate effectively in written, oral and
graphical forms, including the use of professional quality visual aids.
6. Students shall have an ability to work in a professional Civil engineering
environment and to understand the associated economical considerations.

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Describe the means for assessing the extent to which graduates are

1.2.2.

performing the stated program outcomes/learning objectives.

Assessment Matrix to depict alignment and contribution of the program


outcomes to the program objectives
*Program
Objective

**Learning Out comes/ Program Out comes


1

10

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Put a if there is substantial contribution of out come to the program objective, b


for moderate contribution and c for no contribution.
* The digits in this column shows the same program objective number as in the
previous description 1.2.1
** The numbers in this row shows the same Program Outcome number as in the
previous description of Standard 1.2

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Standard 1-3:

1.3.1

The results of programs assessment and the extent to which they are
used to improve the program must be documented.

Describe the actions taken based on the results of periodic


Assessments.

The periodic assessment of the program is in process by Pakistan


Engineering Council for batch 2011. As soon as the visit and report
is completed actions will be taken on result of assessment.
1.3.2

List of Strengths of the Program:


1. Highly qualified faculty with a very good research profile.
2. Good quality Lab facility & experimentation.
3. Syllabus according to international standards.
4. Admission Purely on Merit basis.
5. Establishing repute at national as well as international level.

1.3.3 List of weaknesses of the Program:


1. Shortage of technical staff of laboratory.
2. Shortage of faculty members (attractive salary & benefits
should be offered).
3. Shortage of admin staff.
4. Weak departmental organizational working structure.

1.3.4

List of Significant Future development Plans for the Program:


1. Launching more programs of civil engineering at graduate

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level.
2. To accomplish the PEC criteria of teacher / student ratio by
hiring more qualified faculty members.
3. Increase of technical & support staff.
4. Strengthening the University Industry Collaboration.

Standard 1-4: The department must assess its overall performance periodically using
quantifiable measures.

1.4.1 Present students enrolment (undergraduate and graduate) during the last
three years indicating percentages of honor students, student faculty ratio,
average graduating grade point average per semester, average time for
completing the undergraduate program.

Department of Civil
Engineering

Enrollment

Year 2011

Year 2012

Year 2013

32/40

59/80
Total = 32 +59= 91

77/80
Total = 91+77=168

N/A

N/A

N/A

10 : 1

22 : 1

28 : 1

4 years

4 years

4 years

BS (CE)

Pass out

Student faculty Ratio

Average time for


completing
undergraduate
program

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1.4.2 Indicate faculty and students satisfaction regarding the administrative


services offered by the department.
a. Faculty Survey

Number of Faculty Members


Number of Faculty Members:
Overall Satisfaction % Ratio:
Maximum Satisfaction Ratio:
Minimum Satisfaction Ratio:
Most Satisfied Parameter:
from Colleagues)
Most Unsatisfied Parameter:
promotion process)
NOTE:

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37.50 %
48.81%
29.76 %
4.1 % / 37.50%

(Cooperation received

1.1 % / 37.50% (Clarity about faculty

The analysis report of each question of faculty survey form will be

provided at the time of assessment team visit.

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Criterion 2: CURRICULUM DESIGN AND ORGANIZATION
The curriculum must be designed and organized to achieve the programs
objectives and outcomes. Also course objectives must be in line with program
outcomes. The breakdown of the curriculum must satisfy the standards specified in
this section. Curriculum standards are specified in terms of credit hours of study. A
semester credit hour equals one class hour or two to three laboratory hours per
week. The semester is approximately seventeen weeks.
Provide the following information about the programs curriculum:

Title of Degree Program.

BS (Civil Engineering)

Degree Plan

Semester I
Code
CV 201
EE
CV 202
SS1

Course
Civil Engineering Materials
Basic Electro - Mechanical
Engineering Drawing
English Language

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

Contact Hours

MT 117

Applied Calculus

SS1

Pakistan Studies

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

14

4
18

18

Semester II
code
CV102
CV103

Course

CV101
MT203

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Theory

Engineering Surveying
Engineering Geology
Islamic Studies

SS

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

Contact Hours

Engineering Mechanics
Differential Equations - II
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours

16

Semester III
Code
CS 104
CV 202
CV 203
CV 211
CV 231

Course
Computer Programming
Civil Engg Drawing & Graphics
Advanced Engineering Surveying
Mechanics of Solids
Engineering Economics
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

Contact Hours

14

19

Semester IV
Code
CV 212
CV 221
CV 231

Course
Structural Analysis - I
Fluid Mechanics
Soil Mechanics
Social Science I

SS
MT 222

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

14

Contact Hours

Numerical Analysis / Maths-IV


Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours

16

Semester V
Code
MT
CV 221
CV 321
SS
SS
CV 311

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

Construction Engineering

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

15

Course
Probability & Statistics
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Technical Communications
Social Sciences II
Plain & Reinforced Concrete - I

Contact Hours

18

20

Semester VI
Code
CV 401
CV 3
CV 311
CV 322

Course
Construction Management
Mechanics of Solids - II
Plan & Reinforced Concrete - II
Transportation Planning & Engineering
&

Water

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

4
3

Contact Hours

CV 351

Hydrology
Management

Resource

CV 401

Structural Analysis - II

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

17

20

Semester VII
Code
CV 341
SS
CV
CV 4
CV 4
CV 482

Course
Environmental Engineering - I
Tech, Report Writing & Presentation
Architecture & Town Planning
Geotechnical & Foundation Engineering
Highway & Traffic Engineering
Project - I
Total Contact Hours
Total Credit Hours

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

11

Contact Hours

18

21

Semester VIII

Theory

Lab

Credit
Hours
Total

Project II

Total Contact Hours


Total Credit Hours

11

Code

Contact Hours

Course

CV 301

Geoinformatics
Environmental Engineering - II

CV 341
CV

Steel Structures

CV

Hydraulics & Irrigation Engineering

CV

Hazards & Disaster Management

CV 483

NOTE:

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The detail of each course with objectives, text book catalog detail, lecture

breakdown in form of course file has been prepared and will be provided at time of
assessment team visit.

Complete the following table showing curriculum breakdown in terms of


mathematics and basic sciences, major requirements, social sciences and
other requirements.
Category (Credit Hours)

Semester

Math and Basic


Science

Course Code

Math
1

CV 201

Core Courses

Basic
Science

Humanities
and Social
Sciences

EE

CV 202
MT 117

Technical
Electives

4
3

SS 1 (English
Language)

SS 1 (Pakistan
studies)

22

CV 102

CV 103

SS

CV 101
MT 203

4
3

CS 104

CV 202

CV 203

CV 211

CV 231

CV 212

CV 221

CV 231

4
2

SS
(Social
Sciences I)

MT 222

MT

CV 221

CV 321

SS
(Social
Sciences II)
SS (Plain &
Reinforced
Concrete-I)
CV 311

2
4

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CV
401
(Construction
Management
)

CV 3

CV 311

CV 322

CV 351

CV
401(Structura
l Analysis-II)

CV 341

SS

CV
(Architectura
l & Town
Planning)

CV 4

CV 4

CV 482

CV 301

CV 341

CV
(steel
Structures)
CV
(Hydraulics
& irrigation
engineering)
CV (Hazards
&
disaster
Management
)

3
4

CV 483
Total

3
12

112

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Standard 2-1: The curriculum must be consistent and supports the
programs documented objectives.
2.1.1 Describe how the program content (courses) meets the program
objectives
(Mention the courses in line with each objective of the program,)
Courses offered in the Program
1.

Civil Engineering
Materials
Engineering
Drawing
Engineering
Surveying
Engineering
Geology
Engineering
Mechanics
Civil
Engg
Drawing
&
Graphics
Advanced
Engineering
Surveying
Mechanics
of
Solids
Engineering
Economics
Structural
Analysis - I
Fluid Mechanics
Soil Mechanics
Advanced
Fluid
Mechanics
Technical
Communications
Construction
Engineering
Construction
Management
Mechanics
of
Solids - II
Plan & Reinforced
Concrete - II
Transportation

Objectives

Developing

the

in-depth

understanding of various fields of


Civil engineering as per international
standards.

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2.

Planning
&
Engineering
Hydrology &
Water Resource
Management
Structural
Analysis - II
Environmental
Engineering - I
Architecture
&
Town Planning
Geotechnical &
Foundation
Engineering
Highway & Traffic
Engineering
Project - I
Geoinformatics
Environmental
Engineering - II
Steel Structures
Project II
Hazards &
Disaster
Management
Hydraulics &
Irrigation
Engineering

Transportation
Planning
&
Engineering
Hydrology &
Water Resource
Management
Structural
Analysis - II
Environmental
Engineering - I
Architecture
&
Town Planning
Geotechnical &
Foundation
Engineering
Highway & Traffic
Engineering
Project - I

Converting understanding to research


innovation.

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Geoinformatics
Environmental
Engineering - II
Steel Structures
Project II
Hazards &
Disaster
Management
Hydraulics &
Irrigation
Engineering

3.

Civil Engineering
Materials
Engineering
Drawing
Engineering
Surveying
Engineering
Geology
Engineering
Mechanics
Civil
Engg
Drawing
&
Graphics
Advanced
Engineering
Surveying
Mechanics
of
Solids
Engineering
Economics
Structural
Analysis - I
Fluid Mechanics
Soil Mechanics
Advanced
Fluid
Mechanics
Technical
Communications
Construction
Engineering
Construction
Management

Building diverse careers in the field


of Civil engineering.

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Mechanics
of
Solids - II
Plan & Reinforced
Concrete - II

4.

English Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamic Studies
Social Science I
Social Sciences II
Plain
&
Reinforced
Concrete - I
Tech, Report Writing &
Presentation

To

develop

personality

with

professional & social ethics that will


be useful for students, for their
families, the nation and the fellow
human beings.

Standard 2-2:
Theoretical background, problems analysis and solution
design must be stressed within the programs core material.

The modules of all the programs adequately address:


1)

Theoretical background

2)

Problem solving

3)

Solution design

Some of the modules include the theoretical background and contain problem
solving and solution design while others deal with Theoretical background, Problem
analysis and Solution design separately. During teaching great stress is lead to
problem solving and design of solution.

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Standard 2-3:
The curriculum must satisfy the core requirements for the
program, as specified by the respective accreditation body.

Curriculum Design
(for Session 2011)

Domain

NonEngineering

Knowledge Area

Humanities
Management Sciences
Natural Sciences
Computing
Engineering Foundation

Engineering

Sub Total

PEC/HEC
Recommended
Total
Overall
Credits
%
19 -21
6
33.8 /
34.6
19 -20
44 - 47
9
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Major Based Core (Breadth)

19 -20

Major Based Core (Depth)

17 -18

Inter-Disciplinary Engineering Breadth


(Electives)
Senior Design Project

6--7
6

Industrial Training (Summer)

86 - 89
130 136

9
25
48
10

33.6

27
21
66.2 /
65.4

24

66.4

7
6

0
Sub Total
Total

Institute's Program
Breakup
Total
Overall
Credits
%
14

100

0
95
143

100

Curriculum Design (Revised


2012)
(for Session 2012 and onward)

Domain

NonEngineering

Engineering

Knowledge Area

Humanities
Management Sciences
Natural Sciences
Computing
Engineering Foundation
Major Based Core (Breadth)
Major Based Core (Depth)
Inter-Disciplinary Engineering Breadth
(Electives)
Senior Design Project
Industrial Training (Summer)

Sub Total

Sub Total
Total

PEC/HEC
Recommended
Total
Overall
Credits
%
19 -21
6
33.8 /
34.6
19 -20
44 - 47
9
29
19 -20
17 -18
66.2 /
65.4
6--7
6
0
86 - 89
130 100
136

Institute's Program
Breakup
Total
Overall
Credits
%
12
9
30.9
21
42
9
28
20
24
69.1
7
6
0
94
136

100

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Standard 2-4:
The curriculum must satisfy the major requirements for the
program as specified by HEC, the respective accreditation body / councils.
As mentioned in previous standard the curriculum satisfy the major requirements
as specified by HEC, the respective accreditation body.
Standard 2-5:
The curriculum must satisfy general education, arts, and
professional and other discipline requirements for the program, as specified by
the respective accreditation body / council.
Requirements are satisfied as stated in standard 2.3
Standard 2-6:
Information technology component of the curriculum must
be integrated throughout the program.

Indicate the courses within the program that will satisfy the standard.

Introduction to Computer Science


Civil Engineering Drawing & Graphics
Highway and Traffic Engineering
Quantity Surveying & Estimation
Construction Management
Plain and Reinforced Concrete-II
Probability and Statistics

Describe how they are applied and integrated throughout the program.

The information technology components are present in the program, for lectures,
researches, projects etc. Teachers use multimedia for audio visual learning.

Standard 2-7:
Oral and written communication skills of the student must
be developed and applied in the program.

Indicate the courses within the program that will satisfy the standard.

Technical Report Writing & Presentation


Technical Communication
English Language

Describe how they are applied.

Oral and written communication skills of the student are developed by technical
report writing skills with presentation.

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Criterion 3: LABORATORIES AND COMPUTING FACILITIES
Laboratories and computing facilities must be adequately available and accessible
to faculty members and students to support teaching and research activities. To
meet this criterion the standards in this section must be satisfied. In addition
departments may benchmark with similar departments in reputable institutions to
identify their shortcomings if any.
Provide the following information about the laboratories and computing facilities:
Describe the laboratory/ computer facilities that are available for use in the
program under assessment. Indicate for each lab the following:

Sr
#

Lab Title

Location

Objectives

Materials
Testing
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(basement)

Engineering
Surveying
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(1st Floor)

To perform
different tests
and procedure
on various
construction
materials
which include
determination
and
exploration of
various
material
properties
To familiarize
the undergrad
students with
the basic laws
and
phenomena
used in basic
and Advance
Survey

Fluid
Mechanics
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(basement)

Engineering
Mechanics
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(basement)

To familiarize
the undergrad
students with
the basic laws
and
phenomenas
encounter in
basic and
advance fluid
mechanics.
For
undergraduate
student to
verify
numerical
technique/
methods used
in engineering
mechanics
theory

Adequacy
for
Instructions
Sufficient

Courses Taught

Software Available

Major
Apparatus &
Equipment
Flexural and
Compression
Testing
Machine

Safety
Regulations

Construction Materials,
PRC-I,
PRC-II

Access to relevant free


software is available

Good

Engineering Surveying
Advanced Engineering
Survey

Software of GPS is
Present, Software of Total
Station is Not Present

Total Station,
GPS,
Theodolite &
Auto Level

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

Good

Basic fluid mechanics


Advance fluid mechanics

Yes Vdas is available

Fluid friction
apparatus
Testing flume

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

Insufficient

Engineering mechanics

Access to relevant free


software is available

Hanging Rope
Apparatus

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

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5

Strength of
Materials
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(basement)

Hydrology &
Hydraulics
engineering
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(basement)

High way &


Transportation
engineering
laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(basement)

Drawing Labs

Civil
Engineering
Department
(1st Floor)

Computer
Labs

Civil
Engineering
Department
(1st Floor)

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Geo Technical
Engineering
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
(basement)

To perform
different tests
on various
concrete and
steel
specimens to
measure the
tension,
compression
& torsion
properties
To familiarize
the undergrad
students with
the basic laws
and
phenomenas
encounter in
hydrology &
hydraulics.
To familiarize
the undergrad
students with
the basic laws
and
phenomenas
encounter in
highway &
transportation
engineering

Sufficient

PRC-I,
PRC-II,
Structural analysis &
structural mechanics

Access to relevant free


software is available

Universal
Testing
Machine

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

Good

1-Hydrology and Water


Resources Management
2- Hydraulics & Irrigation
Engineering

Access to relevant free


software is available

Permability
Apparatus
Sediment
Flow Channel
Ground water
flow
apparatus

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

Good

1-Highway & traffic


Engineering

Access to relevant free


software is available

Ductility Test
Apparatus
Cleave land
Cup
Apparatus
Ring & Ball
Test
Apparatus
Saybolt
viscometer
apparatus
Pycnometer
Apparatus

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

To familiarize
the undergrad
students with
the basic laws
and
phenomenas
encounter in
drawing
To develop IT
skills in under
graduate
students

Good

1- Engineering drawing
2-Civil Engineering Drawing
& Graphics
3-Engineering Surveying
4-Advanced Engineering
Surveying
5-Steel Structures

Access to relevant free


software is available

Drawing
Tables (50)

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

Computers
(40)

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

1-Speedy
Moisture (4)
2-Specific
Gravity (10)
3-Liquid Limit
Apparatus
(10)
4-plastic Limit
Apparatus
(10)
8-Sand
Replacement
(10)
6-Modified
Proctor Test
(5)
7-digital

Sufficient
Fire
extinguisher

To familiarize
the undergrad
students with
the basic laws
and
phenomenas
encounter in
geo technical
engineering

Good

Good

1-

Introduction to
Computer
Science
2-Civil Engineering
Drawing & Graphics
3-Highway and Traffic
Engineering
4-Quantity Surveying
& Estimation
5-Construction
Management
6-Plain and Reinforced
Concrete-II
7-Probability and Statistics
1-Soil Mechanics-I
2-Soil Mechanics II
3- Geotechnical and
Foundation Engineering
4- Highway and Traffic
Engineering

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

MS Office,
Computer
Languages
MS Excel and
SPSS
RoadCalc, MX
Road, EaglePoint
MS project,
Primevera
ETAB, SAP, etc.
AutoCAD

Access to relevant free


software is available

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penetrometer
(1)
7-core
Cutter(10)
5-Standard
Proctor Test
(5)
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Environmental
Engineering
Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Department
(In process)

In Process

Standard 3-1:
Laboratory
manuals/documentation/instructions
for
experiments must be available and readily accessible to faculty and students.
Manuals for laboratories or instructions for experiments are available and readily accessible
to provide the adequate facilities to the students and teachers (users). Fire extinguishers
have been made available to fulfill the safety regulations. Instructions to the students are
available with the Lab Assistants.

Standard 3-2:
There must be adequate support personnel for instruction
and maintaining the laboratories.
Indicate for each laboratory, support personnel, level of support, nature and
extent of instructional support.

Materials Testing Laboratory


Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr. Nauman Raza -

Assist faculty &

1- Civil Engineering Material

Lab. Engr.

students during

2- Plane Reinforcement Concrete I

2:Mr. Tayyab Ijaz - Lab.


Asst.

Lab sessions

Engineering Surveying Laboratory

3-Plane Reinforcement Concrete II

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Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr. Liaqat Ali - Lab

Assist faculty &

1- Engineering Surveying

Engr.

students during

2-Advanced Engineering Surveying

2. Mr. M Shoaib
Hassan - Lab. Asst

Lab sessions

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr.Naveed Akram -

Assist faculty &

1- Fluid Mechanics

Lab Engr.

students during

2-Advanced Fluid Mechanics

2:Mr. Imran Haider Lab. Asst.

Lab sessions

3-Hydraulics and Irrigation


Engineering

Engineering Mechanics Laboratory

Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1: Mr. Usman Anwar -

Assist faculty &

1. Engineering Mechanics

Lab Engr.

students during

2: Mr. Zareen Chughtai


- Lab Asst

Lab sessions

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Strength of Materials Laboratory

Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr. Saddy Ahmed -

Assist faculty &

1- Plain & Reinforced Concrete-I

Lab Engr.

students during

2-Plain & Reinforced Concrete- II

2:Mr. Amir Waqas Lab. Asst

Lab sessions

Hydrology & Hydraulics engineering Laboratory

Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr. Liaqat Ali - Lab

Assist faculty &

1-Hydrology and Water Resources

Engr.

students during

Management

2: Mr. Muhammad

Lab sessions

Shoaib - Lab. Asst

2- Hydraulics & Irrigation


Engineering

High way & Transportation Engineering laboratory


Support Personnel

Level of support

In Process of Hiring In Process

Nature of support
1-Highway & traffic Engineering

Drawing Lab
Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr. Muhammad

Assist faculty &

1- Engineering drawing

Usman,

students during

2-Civil Engineering Drawing &

2:Mr. Thomiandous

Lab sessions

Chand,

Graphics
3-Engineering Surveying

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4-Advanced Engineering Surveying
5-Steel Structures

Computer Lab
Support Personnel

Level of support

1:Mr. Awais Fiaz, Lab.

Assist faculty &

Asst.

students during

Nature of support
2- Introduction to Computer
Science
2-Civil Engineering Drawing &
Graphics
3-Highway and Traffic
Engineering
4-Quantity Surveying &
Estimation
5-Construction Management
6-Plain and Reinforced
Concrete-II
7-Probability and Statistics

Lab sessions

Geo Technical Engineering Laboratory

Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

1:Mr. Irfan Khalid -

Assist faculty &

1-Soil Mechanics-I

Lecturer ,

students during

2-Soil Mechanics II

2:Mr. Nauman Khalid Lab. Asst

Lab sessions

3- Geotechnical and Foundation


Engineering
4- Highway and Traffic Engineering

Environmental Engineering Laboratory


Support Personnel

Level of support

Nature of support

In Process of Development

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Standard 3-3:
The University computing infrastructure and facilities
must be adequate to support programs objectives.

The Computing infrastructure and facilities in the Civil Engineering department of


FAST-NU Lahore Campus is adequate to support the programs objectives. The
computer laboratory, domain login, data server, email, printing, scanning and digital
library facility is available for both the faculty as well as students of the campus.
Criterion 4: STUDENT SUPPORT AND ADVISING
Student must have adequate support to complete the program in a timely manner
and must have ample opportunity to interact with their instructors and receive
timely advice about program requirements and career alternatives. To meet this
criterion the standards in this section must be satisfied.
Courses must be offered with sufficient frequency and
Standard 4-1:
number for students to complete the program in a timely manner.
4.1.1

Provide the departments strategy for course offerings.

The academic Year is divided into two Semesters i.e.: Spring and Fall with
duration of 17 weeks of each semester.

The Spring Semester starts in January and concludes in May where as Fall
Semester Starts in August and concludes in December.

Summer Semester is offered during June-July at the discretion of the


campus.

4.1.2

Explain how often required courses are offered.


BS (Civil Engineering) Program offers a wide range of Courses which are
considered as required courses and they are offered in every semester. Detail
of the Courses can be seen in Criteria No 2 of Manual.

4.1.3.

Explain how often elective courses are offered.

The curriculum of BS (CE) program is fixed, therefore elective courses are not
offered.

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4.1.3

Explain how required courses outside the department are managed to be


offered in sufficient number and frequency.
Almost 31 % of the program comprised of non engineering courses (social

sciences, management & natural sciences). The concerned department of each


course is requested to appoint a faculty member for teaching of non engineering
course. In addition visiting faculty is also hired to fulfill the required demand of
courses.
Standard 4-2:
Courses in the major area of study must be structured to ensure
effective interaction between students, faculty and teaching assistants.

Describe how you achieve effective student / faculty interaction in courses taught by
more than one person such as two faculty members, a faculty member and a teaching
assistant or a lecturer.

The Department of Civil Engineering has Lab Assistants. Lab Assistants are
available in Lab and they help out the Students and faculty during lab work.

Standard 4-3:
Guidance on how to complete the program must be
available to all students and access to academic advising must be available to
make course decisions and career choices.
4.3.1 Describe how students are informed about program requirements.
Students are informed about the program requirements through following ways:
a. FAST-NU Website
b. FAST-NU Prospectus
c. Notice Boards and Emails
d. Student Advisors & Faculty

4.3.2 Describe the advising system and indicate how its effectiveness is
measured.
The advisors for students are available in case of Academic Warning i.e. if student
get

CGPA less then 2. The effectiveness of advising system is planned to be

measured through the performance of the student semester wise.

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4.3.3

Describe the student counseling system and how students get


professional counseling when needed.
Students get Professional Counseling through the Student Counselor at FASTNU Lahore Campus. There is a well developed system of student counseling
provided by a psychologist. The Alumni of FAST usually visit FAST-NU
Lahore Campus and have interaction with the Students. The Alumni usually
interact with students and guide them about the professional responsibilities
and their role in the society so that they interact with other people with more
confidence.

4.3.4

Indicate if students have access to professional counseling; when


necessary.
Students have full access to student counselor & placement officer for
professional & personal counseling.

4.3.5

Describe

opportunities

available

for

students

to

interact

with

practitioners, and to have membership in technical and professional


societies.
Students at FAST-NU Lahore Campus have following opportunities to interact
with practitioners and to have membership in professional societies:
1. Visit of Alumnis of FAST for interaction with the students.
2. Orientation Sessions by different Companies at FAST
3. Support for Students pertaining to Higher Education through Scholarships
4. Internal student societies

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Criterion 5: PROCESS CONTROL
The processes by which major functions are delivered must be in place, controlled,
periodically reviewed, evaluated and continuously improved. To meet this
criterion a set of standards must be satisfied.

Standard 5-1:
The process by which students are admitted to the program
must be based on quantitative and qualitative criteria and clearly documented.
This process must be periodically evaluated to ensure that it is meeting its
objectives.
5.1.1

Describe the program admission criteria at the institutional level, faculty

or department if applicable.

BS (Civil Engineering)

Eligibility
o - At least 60% marks in Matriculation or an equivalent examination
AND
o - At least 60% marks in HSSC (Pre-Engineering) or an equivalent
examination.
Selection Criteria
o Selection on the basis of NTS-NAT Marks
o - Those who have taken NAT-IE examination can apply for
admission to the BS (Civil/Electrical) Engineering.
o - Cut-off marks to be determined by the Admission Committee of the
University.
o Selection on the basis of NU Admission Test
o - Merit is determined by assigning 30% weight to marks obtained in
Intermediate (part-I) (or an equivalent exam).
o - For those whose Intermediate results are not available, their
Matriculation marks are considered.
o - Marks obtained in the NU Online Admission Test are assigned the
remaining 70% weight.
o Selection on the basis of SAT score
o - Combined score of 1,500 or more in the SAT-I examination AND
o - At least 550 in the SAT-II (Math Level IIC) examination.

5.1.2 Describe policy regarding program/credit transfer.

Transfer from one campus to another campus of the University shall be considered
by the competent body, provided the Directors of both the campuses have no
objection to it and that there is a place in the destination campus. The transfer would
only be considered on the compassionate basis like death of parents or transfer of
father (or mother) to the city where the transfer is desired.
Transfer shall not be considered in the following cases:

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The student is under disciplinary or academic punishment.


Disciplinary action is pending against the student.
Dues are outstanding against the student.
During the semester.
In case of those students who were admitted in an institution of their 2nd
choice while they could not come to the minimum merit of the campus of
their first choice.

5.1.3 Indicate how frequently the admission criteria are evaluated and if the
evaluation results are used to improve the process.
The Admission Criteria is reviewed and evaluated as and when required
according to the nature of the Program offered.

Standard 5-2:
The process by which students are registered in the
program and monitoring of students progress to ensure timely completion of the
program must be documented This process must be periodically evaluated to
ensure that it is meeting its objectives.
5.2.1 Describe how students are registered in the program.

Students admitted to NUCES are required to register every semester and to pay the
prevalent semester fees. All students are required to register for normal course load,
except those who are advised by the Faculty Adviser to do otherwise. The
recommended registration procedure is as follows:
1. Clear all previous fees and other dues before registration.
2. Appear personally to complete registration formalities.
3. For the First semester, appear for registration through Admission Office. For
the rest of semesters students should register online.
4. Pay current dues in full immediately after the online registration is complete.
Students under Academic Warning should
o
o
o

Must register for all such courses, in which the grade was F or U
Should register for all such courses, in which the grade was D, D+ or
CShould not register for more than five courses

In addition, students with warning count = 2 must not register for any new
course.
The student academic progress is monitored regularly through written examination
system. The process of registration and monitoring are reviewed once in a year i.e.
three months before the date of admission. The process of registration is regularly
monitored with the passage of time and the results of evaluation are used to improve
the process. For this purpose student registration form is used by the department.

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Standard 5-3: The process of recruiting and retaining highly qualified faculty
members must be in place and clearly documented. Also processes and
procedures for faculty evaluation, promotion must be consistent with institution
mission statement. These processes must be periodically evaluated to ensure that
it is meeting with its objectives.
5.3.1

Describe the process used to ensure that highly qualified faculty is


recruited to the program.

a. Faculty Recruitment Criteria


Recruitment Criteria for Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor,
Lecturer for Engineering, Information Technology & Computing Discipline.
Minimum Qualification

Lecturer
Masters Degree/ B.Sc.(Engr.) (First Class) in
the relevant field from HEC recognized
University/Institution with no 3 division in the
academic career
No Experience Required
NIL
rd

Experience
Minimum No of Publications
Minimum Qualification

Experience

Assistant Professor
a. PhD in the relevant field from HEC
recognized University/Institution
b. Masters degree (awarded after 18 years
of education) in relevant field till 2010.
After 2010, 30% should be Ph.D.s,
after 2012, 60% should be PhDs and by
the end of 2015, 100% should be PhDs
in the relevant field from an HEC
recognized University/ Institution

a. No Experience required
b. 2-years teaching/research experience in
a recognized
Institution/University/College or 2years professional experience in the
relevant field in a National or
International organization.

Minimum No of Publications NIL


Associate Professor
PhD in the relevant field from Institution
Minimum Qualification
recognized by HEC in consultation with PEC
Till June 2012, 07-years teaching/research
Experience
experience in a recognized Institution/
College/University or 7-years professional
experience in the relevant field in a National or
International Organization out of which 2-years
must be teaching experience.
Note: After 2012, 10-years teaching experience
and after 30th June, 2013 at least 4-years
experience at the Post- PhD level in HEC

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Minimum No of Publications

Minimum Qualification
Experience

Minimum No of Publications

recognized University or a post-graduate


Institution or professional experience in the
relevant field in a National or International
Organization will be required.
OR
5-years post PhD teaching/ research experience
in an HEC recognized University or a postgraduate Institution or professional experience
in the relevant field in a National or
International organization.
8 research publications with at least 2
publications in the last 5 years up till 2012 and
10 research publications with at least 4 in the
last 5 years after 2012 in HEC/PEC recognized
journals
Professor
Ph.D. degree in relevant field, recognized by
HEC in consultation with PEC.
Till June 2012, 12- years teaching/ research
experience in a recognized Institution/College/
University or 12-years professional experience
in the relevant field in a National or
International organization out of which 5-years
must be teaching experience.
Note: After June 2012, 15 years
teaching/research experience and after 30th
June, 2013 at least 8-years experience at
the post-Ph.D. level in HEC recognized
University or a post - graduate institution or
professional experience in the relevant field in a
National or International organization will be
required.
OR
10-years post-Ph.D. teaching/research
experience in an HEC recognized University or
a post-graduate Institution or professional
experience in the relevant field in a National or
International organization.
12 Research Publications with at least 3
publications in the last 5 years up till 2012 and 15
research publications with at least 5 in the last five
years after 2012 in HEC/PEC recognized journals

The input of the students for maintaining the quality of the teaching is done by
evaluating the teachers regularly once in a semester by the students.
An Annual Performance Report (APR) is prepared by the Director office annually
for staff and faculty, their increment and promotion are based on APRs. The faculty
members performing well are rewarded by increment, promotion and honorariums.

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Teacher Evaluation Results by


Students for Fall Semester 2013
BS (Civil Engineering)
6
5

No of
Teachers
(6)

4
3
2
1
0

20

40

60

80

100

Standard 5-4: The process and procedures used to ensure that teaching and
delivery of course material to the students emphasizes active learning and that
course learning outcomes are met. The process must be periodically evaluated to
ensure that it is meeting its objectives.

For this purpose Teacher and Course Evaluation is conducted online at the end of
every semester. Process is monitored and assessed regularly.

Standard 5-5: The process that ensures that graduates have completed the
requirements of the program must be based on standards, effective and clearly
documented procedures. This process must be periodically evaluated to ensure
that it is meeting its objectives.
For the award of BS (Civil Engineering) degree, a student must have:

Passed Courses totaling at least 136 credit hours, including all


those courses which have been specified as Core Courses.
Obtained a CGPA of at least 2.00
The Degree clearance form is also used by the department.

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Criterion 6: FACULTY
Faculty members must be current and active in their discipline and have the
necessary technical depth and breadth to support the program. There must be
enough faculty members to provide continuity and stability, to cover the
curriculum adequately and effectively, and to allow for scholarly activities. To
meet this criterion the standards in this section must be satisfied.

Standard 6-1:
There must be enough full time faculties who are
committed to the program to provide adequate coverage of the program
areas/courses with continuity and stability. The interests and qualifications of all
faculty members must be sufficient to teach all courses, plan, modify and update
courses and curricula. All faculty members must have a level of competence that
would normally be obtained through graduate work in the discipline. The
majority of the faculty must hold a Ph.D. in the discipline.
The resume of all faculty members of Civil Engineering department has been
collected and will be provided at the time of assessment team visit. The detail of
full time departmental faculty members is shown in the next table:

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List of Full time dedicated faculty for BS (Civil Engineering)

Sr.
No.

Name

PEC #

Designation

Professor &
Head of
Department

Specialization

Dr. Anwar-Ul-Haq
Muneeb

Civil / 359

Dr. Yasir Alam (On


leave for Higher
Studies , Post
Doctorate)

Civil /
24158

Assistant
Professor

Structures

Dr. Muazzam Ghous


Sohail

Civil /
25686

Assistant
Professor

Dr. Syed Iftikhar


Ahmad

Civil /
25043

Assistant
Professor

Dedicated /
Shared

MS

BS

Structural Mechanics

Experience
Teaching (Total)
Years

Cr. Hrs.
taught in
the
Current &
Last
Semester

Structures

35 (38)

Dedicated

14

03 (9)

Dedicated

3.5

Materials and Structures

1.5 (7)

Dedicated

15.5

Civil Engineering
Sediment Transport in
Alluvial Rivers
Hydraulics Engineering

10 (12.5)

Dedicated

13

02 (13)

Dedicated

6 (06)

Dedicated

10

3(03)

Dedicated

10

1.5 (1.5)

Dedicated

1.5 (1.5)

Dedicated

Civil Engineering
Concrete Engineering
Civil Engineering
Concrete Engineering

Civil Engineering
5

Dr. Fawad Muzaffar

Civil /
21481

Assistant
Professor

Structural Engineering
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Transportation
Engineering

Dr. Muhammad
Ashraf Javid

Civil /
26955

Assistant
Professor

Mr. Irfan Khalid

Civil /
27973

Lecturer

Mr. Muhammad
Usman Anwar

civil /
33115

Lab. Engineer

Structural Engineering
(In Progress)

Mr. Nauman Raza

civil /
32740

Lab. Engineer

Structural Engineering
(In Progress)

10

Mr. Liaqat Ali

Applied for

Lab. Engineer

Civil Engineering

0.5 (0.5)

Dedicated

Lab. Engineer

Geotechnical
Engineering (In
Progress)

0.5 (0.5)

Dedicated

Lab. Engineer

Geotechnical
Engineering (In
Progress)

0.5 (0.5)

Dedicated

11

12

Mr. Saddy Ahmed

Mr. Naveed Akram

civil /
34684

Applied for

Transportation
Engineering
Civil Engineering
Geotechnical
Engineering
Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

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Standard 6-2:
All faculty members must remain current in the discipline
and sufficient time must be provided for scholarly activities and professional
development. Also, effective programs for faculty development must be in place.

All faculty members remain current in the disciplines and sufficient time is provided
for scholaric activities and professional development. Effective program for faculty
development is in process. The incoming faculty is given one month to familiarize
with the working of the Institute. During this time they are monitored. Faculty is
encouraged to attend international seminars, workshops etc. Full time faculty
members have been given sufficient time for scholarly activities in the form of
projects.

Standard 6-3:
All faculty members should be motivated and have job
satisfaction to excel in their profession.

The faculty members are regularly motivated and efforts are made to provide job
satisfaction so that they excel in their profession. The satisfaction of the faculty and
their input is measured by faculty survey form. The improvement is identified and
then corrective and preventive measures are taken where necessary. Analysis of
Faculty Job & Administrative Satisfaction is mentioned in next page. The approved
Performa of faculty survey of HEC was delivered to faculty members of civil
engineering and survey analysis is mentioned on next page.

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Number of Faculty Members


Number of Faculty Members:
Overall Satisfaction % Ratio:
Maximum Satisfaction Ratio:
Minimum Satisfaction Ratio:
Most Satisfied Parameter:
from Colleagues)
Most Unsatisfied Parameter:
promotion process)

6
37.50 %
48.81%
29.76 %
4.1 % / 37.50%

(Cooperation received

1.1 % / 37.50% (Clarity about faculty

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Criterion 7: INSTITUTIONAL FACILITIES
Institutional facilities, including library, classrooms and offices must be adequate
to support the objective of the program. To satisfy this criterion a number of
standards must be met.
Standard 7-1: The institution must have the infrastructure to support new trends
in learning such as e-learning.

Department building is fully equipped with all latest new trends

Faculty is provided Laptop by the University

Internet facility is available in Civil Engineering Department

Access to digital library is also available for the students

Standard 7-2:

The library must possess an up-to-date technical collection

relevant to the program and must be adequately staffed with professional


personnel.
7.2.1 Describe the adequacy of the librarys technical collection.

Sr. No

Library Management

Yes

1
2

All Library books and material are completely catalogued.


(author and title wise)
Provision of complete shelf list file.

Provision of binding of selected cumulative serials and titles.

4
5

Provision of conservation and presentation of rare archival


materials.
Services of full time qualified librarian are available.

Provision of complete update and accurate record of Indexes.

Provision of complete update and accurate record of


periodicals.

Provision of written policies and manuals for internal and


external operational activities.

To some
extent

No

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Number of Book/ Materials
Dictionaries

96

Encyclopedias

75

Year books

11

Government Plans and Policies

NA

Number of supplementary books in each Discipline (Total library books) 19502


Civil Engineering Total Books
2793
Number of recommended textbooks +Reference books

54

Number of International Journals

33

Number of National Journals

13

Number of daily newspapers etc

09

CD and other electronic material


1-Accompanying material
2-Fyp+ Thesis
3-VU cd
4- ACM & HEC Digital Library
5-Digital library total e-books

Nature of Cataloguing:

1047
1257
156
10
32,896

Electronic

7.2.2 Describe the support rendered by the library.


Linkage with other Institutions
Name of the Linked Institution

LUMS

Nature/Scope of Linkage

Interlibrary Loan

Standard 7-3:
Class-rooms must be adequately equipped and offices
must be adequate to enable faculty to carry out their responsibilities.
9 Fully equipped classrooms for the students.
9 Fully equipped faculty rooms for the faculty of Civil Engineering.

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Criterion 8: INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT
The institutions support and the financial resources for the program must be
sufficient to provide an environment in which the program can achieve its
objectives and retain its strength.

Standard 8-1:
There must be sufficient support and financial resources to
attract and retain high quality faculty and provide the means for them to
maintain competence as teachers and scholars.

Departmental support is provided to the teachers to meet the working needs.


Standard 8-2:
There must be an adequate number of high quality
graduate students, research assistants and Ph.D. students.
8.2.1 Provide the number of graduate students, research assistants and Ph. D
students for the last three years.
Not Applicable
8.2.2 Provide the faculty: graduate student ratio for the last three years.
Not Applicable

Standard 8-3:
Financial resources must be provided to acquire and
maintain Library holdings, laboratories and computing facilities.

Sr
#
1
2
3

Department
Name
Library
Lab
/Computing
Facilities
Civil
Engineering
Department

2008-09

Budget for Last 5 Years (In Rupees)


2009-10
2010-11
2011-12

2012-13

2,300,000
6,495,000

2,400,000
6,000,000

1,200,000
9,206,000

1,300,000
6,500,000

1,200,000
5,500,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

50,850,000

28,600,000