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Message by the Chairperson

On behalf of my faculty, I would like to warmly welcome you to Department of Sciences & Technology. The department is committed to providing quality education in the domain of science and Technology. The course curriculum is designed to prepare students with oral and presentation skills, rational thinking, information and technology literacy and personality development. We offer Undergraduate as well as Masters and PhD programs that are taught by qualified Masters and PhD level faculty. Our faculty is involved in dissemination of state-of-the art knowledge to student and service to the society via novel research and development projects. The department provides a healthy learning environment desired by employers and graduate schools. Several of our students have served as employees and internees in leading organizations of the country.

Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali

Department of Sciences & Technology

The vision of Department of Science & Technology is to achieve the premier position amongst all other institutes, by providing state-of-the-art knowledge and hands-on experience in the field of Science & Technology by fostering spirit of inquiry and nurturing curiosity, among faculty and students for diverse and challenging roles in a complex domestic and global environment, and become a symbol of reshaping trends in Science & Technology Education.

To attain the position of excellence in academic, research and innovation, in order to produce highly qualified graduates in the field of Science & and Technology, combining the attributes of contemporary knowledge with moral and ethical values as to play a vital role in development of industry and progress of country.

Following are the key objectives of Department of Sciences & Technology

  • To produce graduates who are skilled critical thinkers, problem solvers, innovators and team players,
  • To focus on strong basic sciences and mathematical background,
  • To develop research and innovation based approach,
  • To introduce contemporary Science & technology related courses.
  • To establish fully equipped state of the art Laboratories,
  • To fulfill the gap between industrial need and curriculum scheme by producing skilled man-power having latest knowledge in the field of Engineering Technology.
  • Develop an appreciation for technology in our society while learning the proper and safe use of tools, machines and materials.
Program Educational Objective (PEO) Program Learning Outcome (PLOs)
PEO PEO Statements
PEO-1 Graduates should have effectiveness to demonstrate solid engineering technology knowledge through analysis, synthesis, design and entrepreneurial skills for qualifying them to get immediate employment or postgraduate studies.
PEO-2 Graduates should exhibit professionalism in their work at individual level as well as a team member through effective communication and technological skills to achieve sustainable development goals in multi¬disciplinary engineering technology environment.
PEO-3 Graduates should make contributions to knowledge and establish best engineering practice through research and development, as to assume positions of technical and/or managerial leadership as their careers develop.
PEO-4 Graduates should engage in life¬long learning that will enable them to continue their professional development either through advanced course work or continuing self-directed learning and development activities.
Program Learning Outcomes
PLO PO ATTRIBUTE PLO/PO'S STATEMENTS
PLO-1 Technical Knowledge An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology fundamentals and a technical specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
PLO-2 Problem Analysis An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex technical problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
PLO-3 Design/ Development of Solutions An ability to design solutions for complex technical 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 technical 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 Technology and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex technical activities, with an understanding of the limitations
PO-6 The Technologist 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 technical practice and solution to complex technical problems
PLO-7 Environment and Sustainability An ability to understand the impact of professional technical solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
PLO-8 Ethics Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of technical 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 An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex technical activities with the technology 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 and Finance An ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of technical and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments, business practices, such as risk and change management, and understand their limitations
PLO-12 Lifelong Learning An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments
Criteria for PEO Measurement and Assessment
PEO Program Educational Objective (PEO Criteria for PEO Attainment Measurement Tool
PEO-1 Graduates should have effectiveness to demonstrate solid engineering technology knowledge through analysis, synthesis, design and entrepreneurial skills for qualifying them to get immediate employment or postgraduate studies. 50% or more of the graduates are employed within one year of graduation.

25% of students are self- employed or seeking higher education within one year of graduation.

50% or more of the employers are in agreement with PEO 1
Alumni Survey (AQ-1)


Alumni Survey (AQ-2)


Employers Survey (EQ-1)
PEO-2 Graduates should exhibit professionalism in their work at individual level as well as a team member through effective communication and technological skills to achieve sustainable development goals in multi¬disciplinary engineering technology environment. 50% or more of the graduates are engaged in effective team work through communication skills in multi-disciplinary engineering environment.

25% or more graduates are involved in high quality professionalism & leadership related activities

50% or more of the employers are in agreement with PEO 2
Alumni Survey (AQ-3)



Alumni Survey (A-Q4)


Employers Survey (EQ-2, EQ-3)
PEO-3 Graduates should make contributions to knowledge and establish best engineering practice through research and development, as to assume positions of technical and/or managerial leadership as their careers develop. 20% or more of the graduates are at middle level management a few years after graduation

50% or more of the graduates are involved in a project related to societal, technical / business issues

50% or more of the employers are in agreement with PEO 3
Alumni Survey (AQ-5)


Alumni Survey (AQ-6)



Employers Survey (EQ-4, EQ-5)
PEO-4 Graduates should engage in life¬long learning that will enable them to continue their professional development either through advanced course work or continuing self-directed learning and development activities. All graduates are involved in at least one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) or Continuing Professional Education (CPE) related activity as per PEC CPD Laws - 2008

50% or more of the employers are in agreement with PEO 4
Employers Survey (EQ-6)




Alumni Survey (AQ-7)
Consistency of PEOs with Vision & Mission of Indus University
PEO PEO Statement Vision & Mission of Indus University
01 Graduates should have effectiveness to demonstrate solid engineering technology knowledge through analysis, synthesis, design and entrepreneurial skills for qualifying them to get immediate employment or postgraduate studies. Vision: Our vision is to nurture purpose, leadership and excellence in students, faculty and staff who are competent and eager to serve nation and world.

Mission: Indus University enriches students and society by creating and disseminating fresh perspectives in knowledge, research, leadership and application. Our community of scholars and alumni is devoted to build sustainable society nationally and internationally.
02 Graduates should exhibit professionalism in their work at individual level as well as a team member through effective communication and technological skills to achieve sustainable development goals in multi-disciplinary engineering technology environment. Vision: Our vision is to nurture purpose, leadership and excellence in students, faculty and staff who are competent and eager to serve nation and world.

Mission: Indus University enriches students and society by creating and disseminating fresh perspectives in knowledge, research, leadership and application. Our community of scholars and alumni is devoted to build sustainable society nationally and internationally.
03 Graduates should make contributions to knowledge and establish best engineering practice through research and development, as to assume positions of technical and/or managerial leadership as their careers develop. Vision: Our vision is to nurture purpose, leadership and excellence in students, faculty and staff who are competent and eager to serve nation and world.

Mission: Indus University enriches students and society by creating and disseminating fresh perspectives in knowledge, research, leadership and application. Our community of scholars and alumni is devoted to build sustainable society nationally and internationally.
04 Graduates should engage in life¬long learning that will enable them to continue their professional development either through advanced course work or continuing self-directed learning and development activities. Vision: Our vision is to nurture purpose, leadership and excellence in students, faculty and staff who are competent and eager to serve nation and world.

Mission: Indus University enriches students and society by creating and disseminating fresh perspectives in knowledge, research, leadership and application. Our community of scholars and alumni is devoted to build sustainable society nationally and internationally.
Consistency of PEOs with Vision & Mission of Department of Science & Technology
PEO PEO Statement Vision & Mission Department
01 Graduates should have effectiveness to demonstrate solid engineering knowledge through analysis, synthesis, design and entrepreneurial skills for qualifying them to get immediate employment or postgraduate studies. Vision: The vision of Science & Technology is to achieve the premier position amongst all other institutes, by providing state-of-the-art knowledge and hand-on experience in the field of Science & Technology by fostering spirit of inquiry and nurturing curiosity, among faculty and students for diverse and challenging roles in a complex domestic and global environment, and become a symbol of reshaping trends in Science & Technology Education.

Mission: To attain the position of excellence in academic, research and innovation in order to produce high qualified graduates in the field of Science & Technology, combining the attributes of contemporary knowledge with moral and ethical values as to play a vital role in development of industry and progress of country.
02 Graduates should exhibit professionalism in their work at individual level as well as a team member through effective communication and technological skills to achieve sustainable development goals in multi¬disciplinary engineering environment. Vision: The vision of Science & Technology is to achieve the premier position amongst all other institutes, by providing state-of-the-art knowledge and hand-on experience in the field of Science & Technology by fostering spirit of inquiry and nurturing curiosity, among faculty and students for diverse and challenging roles in a complex domestic and global environment, and become a symbol of reshaping trends in Science & Technology Education.

Mission: To attain the position of excellence in academic, research and innovation in order to produce high qualified graduates in the field of Science & Technology, combining the attributes of contemporary knowledge with moral and ethical values as to play a vital role in development of industry and progress of country.
03 Graduates should make contributions to knowledge and establish best engineering practice through research & development, as to assume positions of technical and/or managerial leadership as their careers develop. Vision: The vision of Science & Technology is to achieve the premier position amongst all other institutes, by providing state-of-the-art knowledge and hand-on experience in the field of Science & Technology by fostering spirit of inquiry and nurturing curiosity, among faculty and students for diverse and challenging roles in a complex domestic and global environment, and become a symbol of reshaping trends in Science & Technology Education.

Mission: To attain the position of excellence in academic, research and innovation in order to produce high qualified graduates in the field of Science & Technology, combining the attributes of contemporary knowledge with moral and ethical values as to play a vital role in development of industry and progress of country.
04 Graduates should express an ethical commitment to the community and the profession through involvement with professional organizations and society. Vision: The vision of Science & Technology is to achieve the premier position amongst all other institutes, by providing state-of-the-art knowledge and hand-on experience in the field of Science & Technology by fostering spirit of inquiry and nurturing curiosity, among faculty and students for diverse and challenging roles in a complex domestic and global environment, and become a symbol of reshaping trends in Science & Technology Education.

Mission: To attain the position of excellence in academic, research and innovation in order to produce high qualified graduates in the field of Science & Technology, combining the attributes of contemporary knowledge with moral and ethical values as to play a vital role in development of industry and progress of country.
Consistency of PEOs with Vision & Mission of Faculty (FEST)
PEO PEO Statement Vision & Mission of FEST
01 Graduates should have effectiveness to demonstrate solid engineering technology knowledge through analysis, synthesis, design and entrepreneurial skills for qualifying them to get immediate employment or postgraduate studies.
02 Graduates should exhibit professionalism in their work at individual level as well as a team member through effective communication and technological skills to achieve sustainable development goals in multi¬disciplinary engineering environment. Vision: The vision of the Faculty of Engineering, Science & Technology is to become a nationally and internationally recognized leading faculty aimed for excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate quality education and research in all disciplines through continued process of curriculum development, establishment of state-of-the-art experimental and computational laboratories, development of comprehensive instructional delivery system through qualified, experienced faculty and scholarly research activities enabling graduates to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for immediate employment, continued career advancement and useful contributions for the benefit of the society and improvement of the relevant and also multidisciplinary engineering profession and also to be recognized as a valuable collaborative partner to local industries.
03 Graduates should make contributions to knowledge and establish best engineering practice through research and development, as to assume positions of technical and/or managerial leadership as their careers develop.
04 Graduates should express an ethical commitment to the community and the profession through involvement with professional organizations and society. Mission: The mission of the Faculty of Engineering, Science & Technology is to support the commitments of Indus University’s guiding principles of quality education through interactive and innovative learning and research environment, striving for excellence in performance and development of professional skills, fostering creativity and novelty. Additionally, our mission is to strive for training of the Electrical, Power, Electronics, Telecommunication, Computer Systems, Civil, Textile, Mechatronics, Energy and Environment students to make them professionally sound engineers, technologists, entrepreneurs, managers and academicians possessive of sense of societal norms, professional morals and leadership qualities to cater for the challenges of relative engineering profession through logical and novel thinking for the betterment of humanity and to serve the industry needs through focus and emphasis on practical applications, hands-on experiences and laboratory works. Furthermore, the design of Programs of Faculty of Engineering, Science & Technology is articulate to train students to be able to plan, design, produce, maintain and handle electronic, Electrical telecommunication and computer systems, equipment and components with creativity and critical spirit in the technological development and also to gear-up the relevant Engineers to become a leader in providing quality professional services through dynamic and innovative education, research and consultancy for the benefits and advancement of their profession and progress of the nation.
Maping of PEOs with VMOs
PEO PEO Statement PO (PLO) of BS Eng. Tech Programs Department of S &T Faculty FEST Indus University
01 Graduates should have effectiveness to demonstrate solid engineering knowledge through analysis, synthesis, design and entrepreneurial skills for qualifying them to get immediate employment or postgraduate studies. PO-1
02 Graduates should exhibit professionalism in their work at individual level as well as a team member through effective communication and technological skills to achieve sustainable development goals in multi¬disciplinary engineering environment. PO-2, PO-3, PO-4, PO-10
03 Graduates should make contributions to knowledge and establish best engineering practice through research and development, as to assume positions of technical and/or managerial leadership as their careers develop. PO-5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-11
04 Graduates should express an ethical commitment to the community and the profession through involvement with professional organizations and society. PO-8, PO-9, PO-12
S.N Member Name
01 Chairperson of the teaching departments concerned Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali
02 All professors and associate professors in the teaching department concerned. Prof. Dr. Engr Ahmed Muddasir
Prof. Dr. Engr. Taj Muhammad Baloch
Dr. Engr Mujahid Ali
Dr. Engr Danish Khan
03 University teachers, other than professor or associated professor, to be appointed by the academic council Engr. Areeb Anis Khan
Engr. Sumaira Ismail
Engr.Shehdev
Engr.Faiz ul Huda
Engr.Zain ul Abidin
Engr Rafay Rushail
Engr Faizan Khan
Mr. Muteeullah Memon
Mr. Ayaz Ahmed Ms. Sheema Haider
04 Two experts, other than University Teacher to be appointed by the Vice Chancellor Engr. Saeed Ahmed Sethar, Ex. Member (Power), Power Department, Government of Sindh.
Engr. Ghulam Rasool Maka Vice Principal Govt. College of Technology SITE Karachi.

Faculty Members

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    Prof. Dr. Engr. Asim ur Rehman Khan

    Professor/Associate Dean

    asimurrehman@indus.edu.pk

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    Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali

    Associate Professor

    arain.zahid@indus.edu.pk

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    Dr. Ali Mujahid

    Assistant Professor

    mujahid.ali@indus.edu.pk

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    Shehdev

    Lecturer

    shehdev@indus.edu.pk

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    Hafsa Lateef

    Lecturer

    hafsa.lateef@indus.edu.pk


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    Chandar Kumar

    Lecturer

    chandar.kumar@indus.edu.pk

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    Taswar Hussain

    Lecturer

    taswar.hussain@indus.edu.pk

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    Poonam

    Lecturer

    poonam@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Ali Noman

    Lecturer

    ali.noman@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Yasir Shah

    Lecturer

    yasir.shah@indus.edu.pk


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    Ambreen Fatima

    Lecturer

    ambreen.fatima@indus.edu.pk

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    Areeb Anis Khan

    Lecturer

    areeb.khan@indus.edu.pk

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    Muteeullah

    Lecturer

    muteeullah.memon@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Faiz Ul Huda

    Lecturer

    syed.faiz@indus.edu.pk

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    Faiz Muhammad

    Lecturer

    faizan.muhammad@indus.edu.pk



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    Saima Aman

    Lecturer

    saimakhan@indus.edu.pk

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    Shahzeb Ahmed

    Lecturer

    shahzaib.ahmed@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Zain Ul Abedin

    Lecturer

    zain.abidi@indus.edu.pk

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    Uresha Mansoori

    Lecturer

    uresha.mansoori@indus.edu.pk

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    Mansoor Mughal

    Lecturer

    mansoor.mughal@indus.edu.pk

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    Aftab Ahmed

    Lecturer

    aftab.ahmed@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Azhar

    Junior Lecturer

    muhammad.azhar@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Farhan

    Junior Lecturer

    m.farhan@indus.edu.pk

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    Owais Ali

    Junior Lecturer

    owais.ali@indus.edu.pk

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    Afsheen Shaikh

    Junior Lecturer

    afsheen@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Ghazanfar Ali

    Lecturer

    ghazanfar.ali@indus.edu.pk

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    Myuhammad Waleed

    Lecturer

    muhammad.waleed@indus.edu.p

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    Owaid Anwar

    Lecturer

    owaid.aanwar@indus.edu.p

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    Sumaira Ismail

    Lecturer

    sumaira.ismail@indus.edu.p

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    Talha Ahmed

    Lecturer

    talha.ahmed@indus.edu.p

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    Ghulam Abid

    Lecturer

    ghulam.abid@indus.edu.pk

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    Hafiz Mujeeb ur Rehman

    Junior Lecturer

    mujeeb.rehman@indus.edu.p

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    Hazar Khan

    Junior Lecturer

    hazar.khan@indus.edu.p

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    Sidra Tahir

    Junior Lecturer

    sidra.tahir@indus.edu.p

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    Muhammad Muddasir

    Junior Lecturer

    muhammad.muddasir@indus.edu.p


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    Asif Taj

    Lab Engineer

    asif.taj@indus.edu.pk

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    Asif Taj

    Lab Engineer

    asif.taj@indus.edu.pk

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    Munam Khalil

    Lab Engineer

    munam.khalil@indus.edu.pk

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    Baqar Hussain

    Lab Engineer

    baqar.hussain@indus.edu.pk

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    Chaman Lal

    Lab Engineer

    chaman.lal@indus.edu.pk

B.Tech Faculty Members (Morning & Evening)

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    Rafay Rushail

    Lecturer

    rafayrushail@indus.edu.pk

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    Samrah Saleem

    Lecturer

    samrah.saleem@indus.edu.pk

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    Zubair Ahmed

    Lecturer

    zubair.ahmed@indus.edu.pk

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    Shoaib Hameed

    Lecturer

    shoaib.hameed@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammmad Kumail Ali

    Lecturer

    muhammad.kumail@indus.edu.pk


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    Sheikh Zia ur Rehman

    Lecturer

    shaikh.zia@indus.edu.pk

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    Taha Hassan

    Lecturer

    taha.hassan@indus.edu.pk

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    Zuhaib Alam

    Lecturer

    zohaib.alam@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Faizan Khan

    Lecturer

    faizan.khan@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Ahsan Raza

    Lecturer

    ahsan.raza@indus.edu.pk


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    Shafique Ahmed Soomro

    Lecturer

    shafiq.soomro@indus.edu.pk

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    Ahmed Azam Dastagir

    Lecturer

    ahmed.azam@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Jaffar

    Lecturer

    muhammad.jaffar@indus.edu.pk

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    Shoaib Hassan

    Lecturer

    shoaib.hasan@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Raza

    Lecturer

    muhammad.raza@indus.edu.pk



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    Muhammad Usama

    Lecturer

    m.usman@indus.edu.pk

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    Vengas Memon

    Lecturer

    vengas.memon@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Ghazanfar Ali

    Lecturer

    ghazanfer.zadi@indus.edu.pk

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    Waqar Ishaque

    Lecturer

    waqar.ishaque@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Irfan

    Lecturer

    m.irfan@indus.edu.pk


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    Asif Ahmed Jogi

    Junior Lecturer

    asif.a@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Faisal

    Junior Lecturer

    muhammad.faisal@indus.edu.pk

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    Mahesh Kumar

    Junior Lecturer

    mahesh.kumar@indus.edu.pk

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    Masroor Ahmed

    Junior Lecturer

    masroor.ahmed@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Raheel Zafar

    Junior Lecturer

    raheel.zafar@indus.edu.pk


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    Arif Rub

    Junior Lecturer

    arif.rub@indus.edu.pk

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    Abdullah shah

    Junior Lecturer

    abdullah.shah@indus.edu.pk

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    Abdullah Tariq

    Junior Lecturer

    abdullah.tariq@indus.edu.pk

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    Aamir Ali

    Junior Lecturer

    aamir.ali@indus.edu.pk

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    Sadam Hussain

    Junior Lecturer

    sadam.hussain@indus.edu.pk

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    Shahzad Ahmed

    Junior Lecturer

    shahzad.ahmed@indus.edu.pk

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    Jam Malook Chachar

    Junior Lecturer

    jam.malook@indus.edu.pk

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    Chandan Kumar

    Junior Lecturer

    chandan.kumar@indus.edu.pk

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    Mahmood Hashim

    Junior Lecturer

    mahmood.hashim@indus.edu.pk

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    Syed Muhammad Shahan Hyder

    Junior Lecturer

    sm.shahan@indus.edu.pk


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    Sheeraz Ali

    Lab Engineer

    sheeraz.ali@indus.edu.pk

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    Irfan Ali

    Lab Engineer

    irfan.ali@indus.edu.pk

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    Ali Adnan Bhutto

    Lab Engineer

    ali.adnan@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Sajid

    Lab Coordinator

    muhammad.sajid@indus.edu.pk