BSc. Civil Engineering Technology

The Department of Civil Engineering Technology (CET) is the leading discipline in terms of student admission, faculty, and infrastructure, currently. The CET department offers essential advances in Civil Engineering Technology education according to cutting-edge requirements of the field.

CET Department has well-equipped classrooms and labtorties. Department has also professional linkages to PHED, WAPDA, NESPAK, NHA, C&W Department, Works & Service Department, and in Irrigation Department, etc.

 

PEO#

Statement

PEO 1

Utilize practical and technical skills within productive, gainful, and ethical careers in civil engineering industries and organizations.

PEO 2

Contribute through their effective communication, leadership and teamwork to serve for the society, while maintaining high ethical and professional standards.

PEO 3

Demonstrate continuous life-long learning through professional activities and training, the pursuit of higher educational degrees, and individual professional improvement.

 (i) Engineering Technology Knowledge (SA1): An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, Engineering Technology fundamentals and Engineering Technology specialization to defined and applied Engineering Technology procedures, processes, systems or methodologies. 

(ii) Problem Analysis (SA2): An ability to Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze broadly-defined Engineering Technology problems reaching substantiated conclusions using analytical tools appropriate to the discipline or area of specialization. 
 
(iii) Design/Development of Solutions (SA3): An ability to design solutions for broadly- defined Engineering Technology problems and contribute to the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations. 
 
(iv) Investigation (SA4): An ability to conduct investigations of broadly-defined problems; locate, search and select relevant data from codes, data bases and literature, design and conduct experiments to provide valid conclusions. 
 
(v) Modern Tool Usage (SA5): An ability to Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern technology and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to broadly-defined Engineering Technology problems, with an understanding of the limitations.
 
(vi) The Engineering Technologist and Society (SA6): An ability to demonstrate understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to Engineering Technology practice and solutions to broadly defined Engineering Technology problems. 
 
(vii) Environment and Sustainability (SA7): An ability to understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of Engineering Technology work in the solution of broadly defined Engineering Technology problems in societal and environmental contexts. 
 
(viii) Ethics (SA8): Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of Engineering Technology practice 
 
(ix) Individual and Team Work (SA9): An ability to Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams. 
 
(x) Communication (SA10): An ability to communicate effectively on broadly defined Engineering Technology activities with the Engineering Technologist community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions. 
 
(xi) Project Management (SA11): An ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Engineering Technology management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member or leader in a team and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments. 
 
(xii) Lifelong Learning (SA12): An ability to recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in specialist Engineering Technologies.
 

To be recognized globally as a centre of excellence which offers high quality education, technological knowledge and outreach activities with innovation and creativity in the field of Civil Engineering Technology

 

The department of Civil Engineering Technology aims to provide quality education and produce competent Technologists in the field of Civil Engineering with high level of professional, social, and ethical sense of responsibilities to serve worldwide.

We will soon announce BSc new admission Policy. Till then stay connected.

Dr. Asim Ali Abro

Chairperson (Acting)/Assistant Professor

HEC PhD Approved Supervisor

B.E (QUEST), M.E (China), Ph.D (USPCAS-W, MUET).

 Engr. Dr. Sadam Hussain

Assistant Professor

B.E (QUEST), M.E (QUEST), PhD (Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea)

Engr. Shamotra Jai

Assistant Professor

B.E (QUEST), M.E (USPCASW-MUET)

Engr Muhammad Abubakar Shaikh

Assistant Professor

B.E (MUET) , M.E (NED)

Engr. Jawad Akhtar Siddiqui

Lecturer

B.E (MUET), M.E in progress (MUET)

Engr. Jabir Ali Keerio

Lecturer

B.E (QUEST), M.E in progress (MUET)

Engr. Arun Kumar

Lecturer

B.E (MUET), M.E in progress (MUET)

Engr. Sajjad Hussain

Visiting Teacher

B.E (MUET), M.E (MUET) (In Progress)

Engr. Akhtar Ali

Visiting Teacher

B.E (QUEST), M.E (MUET)

Engr Qasim Hussain Khahro

Visiting Teacher

B.E , ME (MUET) .Ph.D  (In progress)

Engr. Naveed Channa

Visiting Teacher

B.E (MUET), M.E (MUET)

1ST SEMESTER FIRST YEAR

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

HUM-111

Islamic Studies

Humanities

2

0

2

0

50

00

2

NSC-114

Calculus & Analytical Geometry

Natural Sciences

3

0

3

0

100

00

3

COM-112

Computer Proficiency

Computing

1

2

1

6

50

100

4

CET-111

Civil Engineering Drawing

Engineering Foundation

1

2

1

6

50

100

5

CET-112

Elementary Surveying

Engineering Foundation

2

1

2

3

50

50

6

HUM-113

Pakistan Studies

Humanities

2

0

2

0

50

00

Total

11

5

11

15

350

250

Grand Total

16

26

600

 

2ND SEMESTER FIRST YEAR

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly  Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

CET-121

Fluid Mechanics

Major based Breadth

2

1

2

3

50

50

2

HUM-121

Communication Skills

Humanities

3

0

3

0

100

00

3

CET-122

Field Surveying

Major based Breadth

2

1

2

3

50

50

4

CET-123

Applied Mechanics

Engineering Foundation

2

2

2

6

50

100

5

NSC-121

Linear Algebra & Differential Equation

Natural Science

3

0

3

0

100

00

6

CET-124

Materials and Methods of Construction

Engineering Foundation

3

2

3

6

100

100

Total

15

5

15

15

450

300

Grand Total

20

30

750

3RD SEMESTER SECOND YEAR

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly  Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1.

CET-211

Geology & Earthquake Engineering

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

2.

CET-212

Introduction to Architecture and Town Planning

Major based Breadth

2

0

2

0

50

0

3.

CET-213

Mechanics of Solids

Major based Breadth

3

2

3

6

50

100

4.

CET-214

Soil Mechanics

Major based Breadth

2

1

2

3

50

50

5.

CET-215

Concrete Technology

Engineering Foundation

2

2

2

6

50

100

6.

CET-216

Building Services

Major based Breadth

2

2

2

6

50

100

Total

13

8

13

24

300

400

Grand Total

21

37

700

4TH SEMESTER SECOND YEAR

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

CET-221

Transportation Engineering

Major based Breadth

2

2

2

6

50

100

2

CET-222

Theory of Structures

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

3

CET-223

Environmental Management

Management Sciences

2

1

2

3

50

50

4

CET-224

Hydrology

Major based Breadth

2

1

2

3

50

50

5

HUM-221

Technical Writing 

Humanities

3

0

3

0

100

00

Total

11

5

11

15

300

250

Grand Total

16

26

550

5th Semester Third Year

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

CET-311

Modern Methods of Structural Analysis

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

2

CET-312

Construction and Hydraulic Machinery

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

3

CET-313

Foundations Engineering

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

4

CET-314

Reinforced Concrete Structures

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

5

MGM-311

Project Management

Management Science

2

0

2

0

50

00

Total

10

4

10

12

250

200

Grand Total

14

22

450

 6th Semester Third Year

          

S No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

CET-321

Irrigation and Hydraulic Structures

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

2

CET-322

Quantity Surveying & Contract Document

Engineering Foundation

1

2

1

6

50

100

3

CET-323

Pre-stressed & Pre-Cast Concrete

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

4

CET-324

Steel Structures

Major based Depth

2

1

2

3

50

50

5

CET-325

Water Supply & Wastewater Treatment Technology

Major based Breadth

2

2

2

6

50

100

6

CET-326

Project Part-I

Major based Depth

0

3

0

9

00

100

Total

9

10

9

30

250

450

Grand Total

19

39

700

          
            

 

 7TH SEMESTER FOURTH YEAR

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

CET-411

Traffic & Costal Engineering

Major based Depth

2

2

2

6

50

100

2

MGM-411

Techno-entrepreneurship

Management Science

2

0

2

0

50

00

3

CET-413

Computer Aided Building Modelling & Design

Major based Depth

1

2

1

6

50

100

4

CET-414

Occupational Health & Safety Management

Major based Breadth

2

0

2

0

50

00

5

HUM-411

Professional Ethics for Technologists

Humanities

2

0

2

0

50

00

6

CET-416

Project Part-II

Major based Depth

0

3

0

9

0

100

Total

9

7

9

21

250

300

Grand Total

16

30

550

 8TH SEMESTER FOURTH YEAR

S.No

Course Code

Subject

Nature

Credit Hours

Weekly Contact Hours

Marks

TH

PR

TH

PR

TH

PR

1

CET-421

16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training

(8x5=40 Hrs / Week)

0

16

0

640

00

800

Total

0

16

0

640

00

800

Grand Total

16

640

800

 SUMMARY

   BSc Civil Engineering Technology

Semester

Credit Hours

TH

PR

1st

11

5

2nd

15

5

3rd

13

8

4th

11

5

5th

10

4

6th

9

10

7th

9

7

8th

0

16

Total

78

60

Grand Total

138

  1. Concrete Lab.

 

Staff Names and Qualifications

Practical Courses

Conducted

 

Name of Major Equipment

Nature of Experiments

No. of Students

per Station

1.       Engr. Muhammad Abu Bakar Sheikh

Assistant Professor

       (Lab. Incharge-ME)

Email:muhammad.abubakar@bbsutsd.edu.pk

 

2.       Mr. Yasir Ali Dharejo

Lab Technician

(Lab. Supervisor-B.Tech)

 

3.       Mr. Nizamuddin Bhutto

( Lab. Attendant)

 

Materials and Methods of Construction (CET-124)

 

Ø  Concrete Technology (CET-215)

 

1.       Compression Testing Machine

2.       Slump Cone Test Apparatus

3.       Vicat Apparatus

4.       Le Chatelier Apparatus

5.       Unit Weight Measuring Mould

6.       Cubes (Moulds)

7.       Cylinders  (Moulds)

8.       Digital Mortar Mixer

9.       Concrete Mixer Drum Type

10.   Electric Poker Vibrator

11.   Weighing Balance

12.   Oven

13.   Specimen curing tank

 

Hands-on

4 to 5

 

  1. Environmental Engineering Lab.

 

Staff Names and Qualification

Practical Courses

Conducted

 

Name of Major Equipment

Nature of Experiments

No. of Students

per Station

1.       Dr. Asim Ali Abro,

Assistant Professor

       (Lab. Incharge-PhD)

Email: asimali@bbsutsd.edu.pk

 

2.       Engr. Sehrish Hafeez

Lab Technician

(Lab. Supervisor-BE)

 

3.       Mr. Nizamuddin Bhutto

( Lab. Attendant )

 

Environmental Management

(CET-223)

 

  Water And Wastewater Treatment Technology( CET-325)

1.       pH Meter

2.       DO Meter

3.       Turbidity Meter

4.       TDS Meter

5.       Thermometer

6.       Filtration Assemble

7.       Glassware

Hands-on

4 to 5

 

  1. Soil and Highway Lab.

 

Staff Names and Qualification

Practical Courses

Conducted

 

Name of Major Equipment

Nature of Experiments

No. of Students

per Station

1.      Engr. Shamotra Jai Oad,

Assistant Professor

       (Lab. Incharge-ME)

Email: shamotra@bbsutsd.edu.pk

 

2.      Mr. Yasir Ali Dharejo

Lab Technician

(Lab. Supervisor-B.Tech)

 

3.    Mr. Kashif Ali Sheikh

( Lab. Attendant)

 

Soil Mechanics (CET-214)

 

Ø  Foundation Engineering

(CET-314)

 

Ø  Transportation Engineering

( CET-221)

 

 

1.       Standard Proctor Test Apparatus

2.       Heavy Duty Balance

3.       Large Capacity Sample Splitter

4.       Automatic CBR Test Machine

5.       Laboratory Planetary Mixer

6.       Liquid Limit Device

7.       Shrinkage Limit Set

8.       Plastic Limit Set

9.       FDT Sand Cone Apparatus

10.   Sand Equivalent Test Set

11.   Motorized Sand Equivalent Shaker

12.   Pycnometer

13.   Sand Absorption Cone and Tamper Apparatus

14.   Digital Laboratory Oven

15.   Glass Measuring Cylinders

16.   Los Angeles Abrasion Machine

17.   Impact Testing Machine

18.   Aggregate Crushing Value Apparatus

19.   Specific Gravity Frame

20.   Digital Penetrometer

21.   Cleveland Flash & Fire Apparatus

22.   Ring and Ball Apparatus

23.   Flakiness Thickness Gauge

24.   Elongation Length Gauge

25.   Saybolt Digital Viscometer

26.   Ductimeter

27.   Sample Trays

28.   Digital Weighing Balance

29.   Electromechanical Sieve Shaker

30.   ASTM Sieve Set

31.   Specimen Curing Tank

32.   Heat Resistive Gloves

 

Hands-on

4 to 5

  1. Surveying Lab.

 

Staff Names and Qualification

Practical Courses

Conducted

 

Name of Major Equipment

Nature of Experiments

No. of Students

per Station

1.       Engr. Arun Kumar,

Lecturer

       (Lab. Incharge-BE)

Email: arunkumar@bbsutsd.edu.pk

 

2.       Mr. Yasir Ali Darejo

Lab Technician

(Lab. Supervisor-B.Tech)

 

3.       Mr. Nizamuddin Bhutto

( Lab. Attendant )

 

Elementary Surveying

(CET-112)

 

Ø  Field Surveying

(CET-122)

1.       Total Station

2.       Electronic Theodolite

3.       Dumpy Level Machine

4.       Tilting Level Machine

5.       Sextant

6.       Telescope Alidade

7.       Quick Set Level

8.       Trough Compass

9.       Measuring Tapes

10.   Measuring Chains

11.   Digital Planimeter

12.   Digital coordinator

13.   Triple Prism

14.   Open Cross Staff

15.   Ranging Rods

16.   Tripod Stands

17.   Over Head Projector

18.   Staff Rods

19.   Marking Instruments

 

Hands-on

4 to 5

  1. Drafting Lab.

 

Staff Names and Qualification

Practical Courses

Conducted

 

Name of Major Equipment

Nature of Experiments

No. of Students

per Station

1.       Engr. Jawad Akhter Siddiqui

Lecturer

       (Lab. Incharge-BE)

Email:jasiddiqui@bbsutsd.edu.pk

 

2.       Engr. Sehrish Hafeez

Lab Technician

(Lab. Supervisor-BE)

 

3.       Mr. Kashif Ali Sheikh

( Lab. Attendant)

 

Civil Engineering Drawing

(CET-111)

 

 

1.       Drawing Board

2.       T-squares

3.       Protractor

4.       Set Square

5.       Compass

6.       French curve

7.       Ruler    

Hands-on

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