Electrical Engineering organized with the study and applications of electrical and electronic systems and electricity, which include the power generation, distribution, transmission, utilization, communication, control and /or mechanical system for industrial and domestic usage. Electrical Engineering comprises of electronics, computer, instrumentation, communication and control engineering. Therefore, Electrical Engineering is essential for all engineering disciplines and its scope is vast and unlimited. The applications vary from design, commissioning, production and testing of hydroelectric, thermal and renewable as well as nuclear power plants, to the domestic and industrial consumption and appliance control. There are remarkable career opportunities for an Electrical Engineer especially in Pakistan as well as in other developed countries across the world. The current economic and industrial growth in Pakistan also increased the demands of an Electrical Engineering many folds in industries, education and research institutes.


The vision of the department is:

“To be the best at serving society with the acquired skill set in the domain of Electrical Engineering and Technology”


The mission of the department is:

“To impart quality education in electrical engineering and produce graduates that conduct research, develop technologies and contribute to the national and international scientific and socioeconomic growth”.


With current industrial and infrastructure growth in Pakistan such as CPEC, it is expected that human resource demand in technical areas shall rise. Huge market for Electricians and Electrical Technologist is forecasted with the emerging Industrial Units, Power Generation & Distribution Plants etc. After completing the BE-Electrical Engineering graduates can:

  • Start their own business as an entrepreneur engineer.
  • Placements in power generating station, K-Electric, WAPDA, public health, radio and TV broadcasting, Sui-gas etc.
  • Start jobs in the industrial zone (textile, automotive, manufacturing plants)
  • Can work as Engineer in Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, OGDC, and Pakistan Railways and other Government and private organizations.
  • Junior Lecturer in Engineering University/Institute


With current industrial and infrastructure growth in Pakistan, it is expected that human resource demand in technical areas shall rise. Huge market for Electricians and Electrical Technologist is forecasted with the emerging Industrial Units, Power Generation & Distribution Plants etc. After completing the BE-Electrical Engineering graduates can:

PEO1        To produce graduates that are technically skillful and competent to formulate, analyze and solve complex engineering problems using appropriate technological tools and techniques.

PEO2        To produce employable graduates with effective communication skills that successfully & ethically practice electrical engineering and technology-related fields.

PEO3        To produce graduates motivated for lifelong learning through research and entrepreneurship.

PEO4        To produce graduates with the capacity to work as an effective team member and strong leadership qualities


Program learning outcomes are the knowledge, skills, and capabilities students should possess by the time of graduation. The ZUFEST Electrical Engineering program prepares students to attain the educational objectives by ensuring that students demonstrate achievement of the following student outcomes:

PLO 1: Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of Electrical Engineering fundamentals, applied mathematics, management science and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex Electrical Engineering problems. 

PLO 2: Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex Electrical Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using Electrical Engineering principles, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PLO 3: Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex Electrical Engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations. 

PLO 4: Investigation: An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions. 

PLO 5: Modern Tool Usage: An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations. 

PLO 6: The Engineer and Society: An ability to 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 solution to complex engineering problems. 

PLO 7: Environment and Sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development goals (SDGs). 

PLO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. 

PLO 9: Individual and Team Work: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings. 

PLO 10: Communication: ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, 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 11: Project Management: ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

PLO 12: Lifelong Learning: ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.


Note: These PLOs are published on the faculty’s webpage. Furthermore, they are prominently displayed on several notice boards around the department.


The Department of Electrical Engineering follows NCRC/HEC guidelines for distribution of credit hours between core and elective courses. Any changes to the curriculum are only made after a thorough deliberation in the board of studies (BOS) meetings, which is also attend by external experts. Following table shows the detail of curriculum and courses:

DomainKnowledge AreaNumber of SubjectsCredit HoursTotal Credit Hours
Management Sciences026
Natural Sciences0619
Electrical Engineering (Foundation)0928
Electrical Engineering (Breadth)0624
Electrical Engineering (Depth)0518
Final Year Projects0206
Total numbers of Credit hours134
Duration4 years
Semester duration16-18 weeks
Module Load per Semester15-18 Cr. Hrs
Number of Modules per semester5-6


Semester – I Semester – II
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours
HS-104Functional English2+0NS-112Differential Equations3+0
NS-109Calculus and Analytical Geometry3+0HS-114Communication Skills & Presentation2+0
EE-103Linear Circuit Analysis3+1EE-101Workshop Practices0+1
CS-103Introduction to Computing1+1HS-103Pakistan Studies2+0
HS-101Islamic Studies2+0CS-107Programming Fundamentals3+1
NS-106Applied Physics3+1EE-108Electronic Devices and Circuits3+1
Semester – III Semester – IV
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours
NS-221Complex Variables and Transforms3+0CV-105Basic Civil Engineering


ME-101Basic Mechanical Engineering (IDEE-I)2+1NS-201Linear Algebra3+0
EE-212Digital Logic Design3+1EE-233Instrumentation & Measurements3+1
CS-211Data Structure & Algorithm3+1EE-232Electromagnetic Field Theory3+0
EE-211Electrical Network Analysis3+1EE-231Signals and Systems3+1
Total18EE-214Computer Aided Engineering Drawing0+1
Semester – V Semester – VI
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours
EE-325Electrical Machines3+1EE-354Electric Power Transmission3+1
EE-324Probability Methods in Engineering3+0HS-301Organizational Behavior


HS-221Technical Report Writing3+0NS-321Numerical Analysis3+0
EE-355Power Distribution & Utilization3+1EE-341Linear Control Systems3+1
EE-326Introduction to Embedded Systems3+1EE-452Power System Analysis3+1
Semester – VII Semester – VIII
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit HoursCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit Hours
EE-XXXDepth Elective-I3+1MS-410Engineering Economics  and Management (MSE-II)3+0
EE-451Power Generation3+0EE-331Communication Systems3+1
MS-415Project Management and Entrepreneurship (MSE-I)3+0EE-XXXDepth Elective – II3+0
HS-202Professional Psychology


3+0EE-499Final Year Project – II0+4
EE-499Final Year Project – I0+2Total14

Depth Elective –I (3+1)

  • EE-352 Power Electronics
  • EE-353 Power Electronics and Industrial Drives
  • EE-453 Power System Protection
  • EE-466 Digital Control Systems


Depth Elective – II (3+0)

  • EE-454 Power System Stability & Control
  • EE-464 Renewable Energy Systems
  • EE-462 Advance Electrical Machines
  • EE-463 High Voltage Engineering
  • EE-469 PLC and Industrial Drives
  • EE-474 Smart Grid


Minimum 4-years and maximum 7 years (134 Credit Hours)


Minimum 60% marks in HSC (Pre-Engineering Group)/ A-Level or equivalent qualification/DAE (Electrical / Electronics).


Tution fee/ creditExam fee / creditNo. of  credit / semTution feesExam feesSem registration feeActivity fee / semAdmission feeSecurity DepositTransport Semester fees
27002501745900425050002000100005000          72,150

Note: Any additional taxes imposed by the government will be the liability of the students/parents/guardian.

The University reserves the right to increase the fees if required according to the recommendation of the Governing Body.

The students claiming exemptions from any course or courses will be required to pay exemption fee @ Rs. 2,500/- per subject in the beginning of semester.

Fees once deposited are not refundable, except security deposits, for any reason whatsoever.