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The Islamabad Campus is envisioned to have the faculty of Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy, Management Sciences and IT and Computer Sciences.

Mechanical Engineering

 

Department is committed to prepare graduates who can work cooperatively and professionally with other scientists and engineers to develop innovative solutions to complex problems in the field of engineering. Mission is to serve the profession by providing high quality education. Intersection of science and technology has always been sole objective of the Department.

Department of Mechanical Engineering was permitted to induct its 1st batch in 2014 by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC). In Fall 2014, Department started it’s BSc., which is approved by the Academic Council of the University. The Department provides a sound foundation in Science, Computational skills and Mathematics to solve Engineering problems in areas such as Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Applied Mechanics, Design, Manufacturing Systems and Engineering Management & Economics.

 

Accreditation

Civil Engineering Accreditation by PEC

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)  on August 17, 2018.


Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

BSME at the University of Lahore emphasizes in Thermal Sciences, Manufacturing & Production Engineering, Mechanics, Design & Vibrations, Fluid Mechanics, Control Engineering, Power, Energy and Quality Control. It offers students an opportunity to study in a wide variety of subjects with practical training. Moreover, the program also includes the industrial tours, schedule of prestigious industries and organizations of public/private sectors, to enhance student exposure and experience. The curriculum includes Analytical tools, Creative Thought, Communication Skills and their applications in engineering to solve the engineering problems of the real world.

Degree

Requirements

F.Sc. (Math, Physics and chemistry), OR DAE (Mechanical), A- Level or Equivalent with Minimum 60% Marks.

Why this

Degree

Mechanical Engineering has a diversity of applications in almost all industries like, Manufacturing, Power Plants, Design of Static & Dynamic equipment etc. in any part of the world. In Pakistan different kinds of industries and organizations need mechanical engineers abundantly e.g. Heavy Mechanical Complex, NDC, Suparco, PMO, Pak Air Force, Pakistan Army, PIA, Nuclear Energy Commission and many industries in private sector.

PROGRAM FACTS

Program Offered:

B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Total Credit Hours:

136

Program Duration:

4 years, Morning 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Monday - Friday).

Entry Requirements:

F.Sc. Pre-Engineering, DAE (Mechanical), A-Level or Equivalent (minimum 60% marks).

Location:

6.7 KM Japan Road, Sihala Zone V, Islamabad, Pakistan.

RECOGNIZED BY: Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering Program Educational Objectives  

 

PEO-1: Graduates with in-depth knowledge and sound understanding of principles of Mechanical Engineering with a quest of lifelong learning.

PEO-2: Graduates demonstrating the capacity to assume social, environmental and ethical responsibilityin the national and global perspective

PEO-3: Graduates who can communicate and manage effectively with those inside and outside of Engineering Community

PEO-4: Graduates with capability to be effective team members and take a leadership role in research, design, innovation, implementation and operation of Mechanical and related systems.

 

  

Program Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)

 

PLO/WA 1: Engineering Knowledge:
Breadth & depth of knowledge:
Apply knowledge of mathematics , natural science, engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solution of complex Engineering problems.

PLO/WA 2: Problem Analysis:
Complexity of analysis:
Identify , Formulate , Research literature and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics , natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PLO/WA 3: Design/Development of Solutions:
Breadth & uniqueness of engineering problems:
Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety , cultural , societal and enviromental considerations.

PLO/WA 4: Investigation:
Breadth and depth of investigation and experimentation:
Conduct investigations of complex problems using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments , analysis and interpretations of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PLO/WA 5: Modern Tool Usage:
Level of understanding of the appropriateness of the tool:
Create , select and apply appropriate techniques , Resources and modern engineering and IT tools , including prediction and modeling , to comples engineering problems, with and understanding of the limitations.

PLO/WA 6: The Engineer and Society:
Level of knowledge and responsibility
Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal , health , safety , legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solutions to complex engineering problems.

PLO/WA 7: Environment and Sustainability:
Types of solutions:
Understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of professional engineering work in the solution of complex engineering problems in societal and enviromental contexts.

PLO/WA 8: Ethics:
Understanding and level of practice:
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practicce.

PLO/WA 9: Individual and Team Work:
Role in and diversity of team:
Function effectively as an individual , and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.

PLO/WA 10: Communication:
Level of communication according to type of activities performed:
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation , make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.

PLO/WA 11: Project Management:
Level of management required for differing types of activity:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management principles and economic decision-making and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PLO/WA 12: Lifelong Learning:
Preparation for and depth of continuing:
Recognize the need for , and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Courses Offered

Semester 1
Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 MA 1001
Applied Mathematics-I 3+0=3    
2 PH 1001
Applied Physics 2+1=3    
3 CH 1001
Applied Chemistry
2+0=2    
4 EN 1001
Functional English
2+0=2    
5 CS 1004
Computer Systems & Programming
2+1=3
   
6 ME 1104 Engineering Drawing & Graphics 1+1=2    
 7  ME  Introduction to Engineering  1+0=1    

 

Semester 2

SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
 1  SS 2024  Computer Aided Drawing 0+1=1    
 2  ME 1302  Engineering Materials 3+0=3    
3 MA 1002
Applied Mathematics-II
3+0=3 Applied Mathematics-1

4 EN 1002
Communication Skills
1+0=1 English-1

5 ME 1301
Workshop Practice
0+2=2

6 ME 1105
Engineering Mechanics-I: Statics 3+0=3 Applied Physics
7 ME 1201
Electrical Engineering 2+0=2 Applied Physics













 

Semester 3

Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 SS 2225
Pakistan Studies 2+0=2

2 ME 2104
Engineering Mechanics-II: Dynamics
3+0=3 Engineering Statitcs
3 ME 2106
Mechanics of Materials-1 3+0=3 Engineering Statitcs

4 MA 2202
Applied Mathematics-III
3+0=3 Applied Mathematics-II
5 ME 2203
Thermodynamics-I
3+0=3

6 ME 2205 Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills 1+1=2

7 ME Engineering Mechanics Lab 0+1=1

 

Semester 4

SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 EE 2008
Electronics Engineering 2+1=3 Applied Physics
2 ME 2001
Mechanics of Materials Lab 0+1=1

3 ME 2015
Thermodynamics Lab 0+1=1

4 ME 2109
Machine Design-I
3+0=3

5 ME 3107
Mechanics of Materials-II
3+0=3 Mechanics of Materials-I
6 ME 3204 Fluid Mechanics-I 3+0=3

7 ME Thermodynamics-II 3+0=3

 8  SS  Social Sciences (Elective)  2+0=2    

 

Semester 5

Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 EN 4010
Fluid Mechanics-II
3+0=3
Fluid Mechanics-I
2 MA3109
Applied Mathematics-IV                           
2+1=3 Applied Mathematics-III

3 ME3107
Machine Design-II
2+0=2 Machine Design-I

4 ME4010
Instrumentation and Measurement
2+1=3

5 ME2203
Heat & Mass Transfer
3+0=3 Thermodynamics-I
Fluid Mechanics-I
ME Manufacturing Processes 3+1=4


ME Fluid Mechanics Lab 0+1=1

 

Semester 6

SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 ME 3110 Engineering Statistics 3+0=3

2 ME 2303
Technical Elective-I
2+0=2

3 ME 4112
Control Engineering
3+1=4 Engineering Dynamics
Mathematics-III
4 ME 3113
Mechanics of Machines
3+0=3 Engineering Dynamics

5 ME 4208
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
3+0=3 Heat & Mass Transfer
Fluid Mechanics-II

ME Heat Transfer and HVAC Lab 0+1=1



Health, Safety and Enviourment 1+0=1

 

Semester 7

SrNo. Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 ME 4350
Engineering Economics
2+0=2

2 ME 4113
Mechanical Vibrations
3+0=3 Engineering Dynamics
Mathematics-III
3 ME 3109
Internal Combustion Engines 3+0=3
Fluid Mechanics-I
Thermodynamics-II
4 ME XXX
Technical Elective-II 2+0=2

5 ME 4050
Senior Design Project-I
0+3=3

ME Mechanisms and Mechanical Vibrations Lab 0+1=1


ME Introduction to Finite Element Analysis 2+1=3

 

Semester 8

Sr# Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs Pre-requisite Course- 1 Pre-requisite Course- 2
1 ME 4207
Islamic Studies/Ethics
2+0=2
2 ME XXX
Entrepreneurship
1+0=1

3 ME XXX
Technical Elective-III
2+0=2

4 ME XXX Management Elective 2+0=2

5 ME 4050 Senior Design Project-II 0+3=3

6 ME Power Plants 3+0=3

7 ME IC Engines and Power Plants Lab 0+1=1


 

NOTE:

Internship (4-6 weeks) is compulsory for graduation.

 


    Engr Muhammad Yamin
    HOD / Assistant Professor
    Engr Usman Habib
    Lecturer
    Khalid Mahmood Tahir
    Associate Dean/Professor
    Engr Akhtar Hussain
    HOD/ Asst. Professor
    Dr. Muhammad Ijaz
    Associate Professor
    Hasan Imam Siddiqui
    Assistant Professor
    Armughan Khan
    Assistant Professor
    Dr. Armaghan Khan
    Asst. Professor (on Study Leave)
    Engr Imtiaz Khalid Khan
    Assistant Professor
    Engr Eubaid John
    Assistant Professor
    Engr Bilal Hussain
    Lecturer
    Engr Tahoor Ayub
    Lecturer
    Engr Shahzad Yousaf
    Lecturer
    Engr Muhammad Farooq
    Lecturer
    Engr. Ahmed Saeed
    Lecturer
    Engr Muhammad Rehan Khan
    Lecturer (on Study Leave)
    Engr. Abdul Hannan
    Lab Engineer
    Engr. Saad Sagheer
    Lab Engineer
    Engr. Muhammad Ayaz
    Lab Engineer
    Engr. Waqas Gul
    Lab Engineer
    Syed Muhammad Abuzar
    Lab Engineer
    Engr. Zulqarnain Hassan
    Lab Engineer
    Engr. Adeel Hassan
    Lab Engineer
    Engr. Abdul Raheem
    Lab Engineer