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Message by Chairperson

All students are warmly welcomed in the Department of Electrical Engineering in Indus University. Prime focus of our department is to provide the quality of education in the field of Electrical and Electronics in order to make our students capable for handling the challenges in the industry. This objective is achieved through studying cutting-edge technologies, offering comprehensive course scheme, adopting research and innovation based approach, implementing strong theoretical and analytical methodology, providing well-equipped and state-of-the-art laboratories.
This is the right time to take right decision by taking admission in the Department of Electrical Engineering having a lot of opportunities for career growth.

Dr. Engr. Ahmed Muddassir Khan

Department of Electrical Engineering

Vission

The vision behind the establishment of Department of Electrical Engineering is to achieve the leading position among all other institutes, by providing state-of-the-art knowledge and hand-on experience in relevant field by inducting qualified faculty and well-equipped laboratories as to become a symbol of excellence in Electrical engineering education.

Mission

Our mission is to attain academic excellence in research and innovation by offering cutting edge knowledge in order to produce highly qualified graduates in the field of Electrical Engineering, bearing contemporary knowledge with moral and ethical values as to play a vital role in development of industry and progress of country.

Objectives

Following are the key objectives of Department of Electrical Engineering

  • To provide quality of education with hand-on experience,
  • To focus on strong basic sciences mathematical background,
  • To develop research and innovation based approach,
  • To introduce contemporary engineering courses,
  • To fulfill the gap between industrial need and curriculum scheme by producing skilled man-power having latest knowledge in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
S.N Member Name
01 Chairperson of the teaching departments concerned Dr. Engr. Ahmed Muddassir Khan
02 All Professors and Associate Professors in the Teaching Department Concerned Prof. Dr. Engr. Syed Hyder Abbas Musavi
Prof. Dr. Taj Muhammad Baloch (Power)
Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali Arain (Lab Head)
03 University Teachers, other than Professor or Associated Professor, to be appointed by the Academic Council

Dr. Munwar Hussain (Management)
Dr. Sufyan Ali (Electronics)
Engr. Saeed Jaffer (Internship)
Engr. Faizan-ur-Rehman (BE Program Coordinator)
Engr. G. Shabbir (Lab Manuals)
Engr. Subash Kumar (Electrical Power)
Engr. Rao Raees (OBE profiles)
Engr. Abdul Latif Shah (FYP)
Engr. M. Mosa (Industrial Liaison)

04 Expert(s), other than University Teacher to be appointed by the Vice Chancellor Dr. Engr. Ghazanfarullah (UIT, Karachi)
Dr. Engr. Bilal Muhammad Khan (EPE Dept. NUST, Karachi)
Engr. Arshad Chughtai(Industry Representative, Ex GM NTDC and WAPDA)
05 (Invited Members) Mr. Ayaz Ahmed Panhwar (Director Academics)
Miss Sheema Hyder (Director QEC)
Prof. Dr. Syed Zafar Nasir (Invited)
Prof. Dr. Engr. Noorullah Soomro (Invited)
Dr. Engr. Muniba Memon(Invited)
Engr. Shedev (Mechanical)
Miss Urooj (Mathematics)
Miss Touseef Fatima (Humanities-English)
Mr. Owais Anwar (Humanities -Islamic & Pak studies)

Faculty Members

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    Dr. Hyder Abbas Musavi

    Professor

    dean@indus.edu.pk

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    Dr. Taj Muhammad Baloch

    Professor

    taj.mbaloch@indus.edu.pk

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    Dr. Ahmed Muddassir

    Associate Professor

    ahmed.muddassir@indus.edu.pk

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    Dr. Zahid Ali

    Associate Professor

    arain.zahid@indus.edu.pk

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    Sajid Ahmed

    Lecturer

    sajid.ahmed@indus.edu.pk


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    Faizan Ur Rehman

    Lecturer

    faizan.rehman@indus.edu.pk

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    Abdul Latif Shah

    Lecturer

    shah.latif@indus.edu.pk

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    Shubash Kumar

    Lecturer

    shubashkumar@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Moosa

    Lecturer

    moosa@indus.edu.pk

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    Owais Anwar

    Lecturer

    owais.anwer@indus.edu.pk


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    Ghulam Shabir

    Lecturer

    ghulam.shabir@indus.edu.pk

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    Mubashir Iqbal

    Lecturer

    mubashiriqbal@indus.edu.pk

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    Muhammad Mohsin

    Lecturer

    muhammad.mohsin@indus.edu.pk

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    Rao Raees Alam

    Lecturer

    raees.alam@indus.edu.pk

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    Touseef Fatima

    Lecturer

    touseeffatima@indus.edu.pk


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    Syed Saeed Jaffer

    Lecturer

    saeed.jaffer@indus.edu.pk

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    Waqar Ahmed

    Lecturer

    waqar.ahmad@indus.edu.pk

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    Sheikh Ameer Ur Rehman

    Lecturer (On Study Leave)

    sheikh.ameer@indus.edu.pk

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    Mumtaz Hussain Soomro

    Lecturer (On Study Leave)

    mumtaz.soomro@indus.edu.pk

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    Hassan Tanveer

    Lecturer (On Study Leave)

    hassan.tanveer@indus.edu.pk


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    Tanesh Kumar

    Lecturer (On Study Leave)

    tanesh.kumar@indus.edu.pk

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    Suhail Shaikh

    Lecturer (On Study Leave)

    suhail.shaikj@indus.edu.pk

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    Zuhebullah

    Lab Engineer

    Zuhebullah@indus.edu.pk

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    Aqib Khan

    Lab Assistant

    aqib.khan@indus.edu.pk

Program Educational Objectives (PEO's) & Program Learning Outcomes (PLO's)
PEOs PEO's Statements
PEOs-1 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
PEOs-2 Graduates should effectively exhibit professionalism, leadership quality and teamwork through communication skills in multidisciplinary engineering environment
PEOs-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
PEOs-4 Graduates should express an ethical commitment to the community and the profession through involvement with professional organizations and society
PEOs-5 Graduates should engage in lifelong learning that will enable them to continue their professional development either through advanced course work or continuing self-directed learning and development activities

PLO# PO ATTRIBUTE plo/PO's sTATEMENTS
PLO-1 Engineering Knowledge An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
PLO-2 Problem Analysis An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering 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 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.
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 An 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 and Finance An ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering 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
(A) Program Outcome (PO)

Program Outcome (PO) also known as Program Learning Outcome (PLO) & Washington Accord Graduate Attribute (WA) (PO = PLO = WA)

PO PLO WA GRADUATE ATTRIBUTE
PO-1 PLO-1 WA-1 Engineering Knowledge
PO-2 PLO-2 WA-2 Problem Analysis
PO-3 PLO-3 WA-3 Design/Development of Solutions
PO-4 PLO-4 WA-4 Investigation
PO-5 PLO-5 WA-5 Modern Tool Usage
PO-6 PLO-6 WA-6 The Engineer and Society
PO-7 PLO-7 WA-7 Environment and Sustainability
PO-8 PLO-8 WA-8 Ethics
PO-9 PLO-9 WA-9 Individual and Team Work
PO-10 PLO-10 WA-10 Communication
PO-11 PLO-11 WA-11 Project Management and Finance
PO-12 PLO-12 WA-12 Life-long Learning
(B) Course Outcome (CO)

Course Outcome (CO) also known as Course Learning Outcome (CLO) should have following conditions (i)Action Verb (ii) Condition (iii) Standard (Verbally describe the three steps to apply Nodal Analysis) (C, V, S) Outcome should be SMART: Specific + Measureable + Achievable + Realistic + Time Frame Observable

(C) Knowledge Profile (WK)
WK Curriculum (Knowledge Area / Sub Area)
WK1 Humanities and Management Sciences
WK2 Mathematics
WK3 Engineering Fundamentals
WK4 Engineering Specialist Knowledge
WK5 Engineering Design
WK6 Engineering Practice
WK7 Engineering In Society
WK8 Research Literature
(D) Complex Problem (WP)

Complex Engineering Problems have characteristic WP1 and some or all of WP2 to WP7, EP1(WP8) and EP2(WP9), that can be resolved with in-depth forefront knowledge

LEVEL PROBLEM COMPLEXITY
WP-1 Depth of Knowledge required
WP-2 Range of conflicting requirements
WP-3 Depth of analysis required
WP-4 Familiarity of issues
WP-5 Extent of applicable codes
WP-6 Extent of stakeholder involvement and level of conflicting requirements
WP-7 Interdependence
WP-8 Consequences
WP-9 Judgement
(E) Taxonomy Domains

There are three Taxonomy Domains and each has different level of attainments, details are available on Annex-C.

  • Cognitive (C)     = Knowledge (K)     =6 Levels of Taxonomy
  • Psychomotor (P)     = Skills (S)     =7 Levels of Taxonomy
  • Affective (A)     = Attitude (A)     =7 Levels of Taxonomy
COGNITIVE DOMAIN (Knowledge)
ID Domain Attribute Keywords Example
C1 Memorize Rote memorization, recognition, or recall facts Find, define, label, describe, memorize, locate, recognize, identify, record, name, tell, list, recite, select, relate Define the basic of electrical quantities and laws in dc and ac system
C2 Understand Understanding what the facts mean Convert, transform, examples, match, restate, paraphrase, change, rewrite, give, express, illustrate, extend, generalize, summarize, interpret, compare, explain, predict Explain and summarize the working culture of a professional engineers in society and organization C3
C3 Apply Correct use of the facts, rules, or ideas Use, apply, change, solve, choose, sketch, modify, make, dramatize, discover, classify, prepare, show, produce, construct, paint, demonstrate, illustrate Apply the appropriate assembly language for microprocessor (8086) and microcontroller (PIC)
C4 Analyzing Breaking down information into component part Analyze, classify, survey, separate, distinguish, infer, categorize, subdivide, inquire, differentiate, probe, attributes, investigate, select, experiment, point out, compare, contrast Investigate power factor problems that arise during the utilization of electrical energy
C5 Judging Judging the value or worth of information or ideas Appraise, deduce, critique, defend, recommend, conclude, decide, criticize, evaluate, consider, weight, judge, support, rate Evaluate the power factor problems that arise during the utilization of electrical energy
C6 Creating Combining parts to make a new whole Plan, role-play, compose, invert, hypothesis, design, revise, construct, develop, collect, predict, formulate, create, organize, originate, combine, arrange Compose systematically engineering problems and their solutions using appropriate hardware or software
PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN (Skills)
ID Domain Attribute Keywords Example
P1 Perception The ability to use observed cues to guide physical activity Detect, describe, differentiate, isolate, distinguish, choose, select, relate, identify Identify the passive and active components in electronic circuit
P2 Set The readiness to take a particular course of action Begin, explain, show, volunteering, proceed, move, state, display Show the functioning of passive and active components in electronic circuit
P3 Guided Response The trial-and-error attempts at acquiring a physical skill. With practice, this leads to better performance Copy, trace, react, response, reproduce, follow Trace the path of electrical signal in digital system
P4 Mechanism Learned responses become more habitual and movements can be performed with some confidence and level of proficiency Mix, assemble, measure, dismantle, construct, calibrate, grind, fix, fasten, mend, sketch, manipulate, heat, display Construct a block of computer architecture systems using simulation tools
P5 Significant Response Complex Responses are automatic and proficiency is indicated by accurate and highly coordinated performance with a minimum of wasted effort Build, organize, mend, sketch, manipulate, heat, display Organize effectively good quality final year project in a form of system, hardware, software that have commercial potential
P6 Adaptation Skills are well developed and the individual can modify movements to deal with problem situations or to fit special requirements Adapt, change, reorganize, alter, vary, rearrange, reorganize, revise Rearrange a circuit model to represent the behavior of a system
P7 Acting Pure The skills are so highly developed that creativity for special situations is possible Arrange, originate, create, design, initiate, compose, combine Design a system based on mathematical model
AFFECTIVE DOMAIN (Attitude)
ID Domain Attribute Keywords Example
A1 Receive Willingness to receive information Ask, choose, identify, point out, reply, select, name, give, follow, hold, use, describe Give respect to the colleagues idea in meeting
A2 Provide Feedback Individual actively participating in his or her own learning Read, answer, select, recite, discuss, write, greet, present, form, help, practice, perform, conform, comply, aid, assist, read Discuss importance of ac and dc circuits in current technology trend
A3 Judging The ranges from simple acceptance of a value to one of commitment Work, justify, differentiate, invite, initiate, study, join, share, propose, report, select, explain, demonstrate Study the current technology applied in control system engineering
A4 Organize Individuals go through as they bring together different values, resolve conflicts among them and start to internalize the values Integrate, relate, complete, organize, defend, identify, synthesize, modify, generalize, formulate, prepare, compare, combine, adhere, arrange Generalize the role of engineer to solve engineering problems as professional commitment to the nation
A5 Appreciating Individual has a value system in terms of their beliefs, ideas and attitudes that control their behavior in a consistent and predictable manner Display, discriminate, verify, modify, revises, serve, listen, practice, influence Displays a professional commitment to ethical practice
POLICY REF OBE POLICY
Related to Criteria-1: Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Policy# 1.7 Consistency of PEOs with Vision & Mission of University, Faculty & Department
Policy# 1.8 Process to Evaluate Achievement of PEOs/PLOs/CLOs
Policy# 1.9 Various Survey Forms and Review Process of PEOs
Policy# 1.10 Criteria for Attainment and Measurement Tools for PEOs
Criteria-2: Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs/POs)
Policy# 2.10 Establishing, Reviewing, Criteria for Attainment and Measurement of PLOs
Policy# 2.11 Assessment Method and Criteria for PLO Achievement Level
Policy# 2.12 Criteria for Attainment and Measurement Tools for CLOs
Related to Criteria-8: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
Policy# 8.2 CQI Process for Review the CLO, PLO and PEO

Criteria-1: Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Policy# 1.7 Consistency of PEOs with Vision & Mission of University, Faculty and Department:

Consistency of PEOs with Vision and Mission of Indus University, Faculty (FEST) and Department (Electrical Engineering) will be achieved through following process in Figure Policy#1.7.




Policy# 1.8 Process to Evaluate Achievement of PEOs/PLOs/CLOs:

The overall process of assessment and evaluation of PEOs and continuous quality improvement (CQI) is shown in Figure Policy#1.8. The complete CQI process is based on three concentric loops for assessment and evaluation. The PEOs are related to PLOs (Program Learning Outcomes) and CLOs (Course Learning Outcomes) that are described in later sections. Various stakeholders are shown in the flowchart that participate in the decision making process. The decision making process is explained in following paragraphs. Indus University is governed by a Board of Governors. Under the Board of Governors, Indus University and an Academic Council, Feedback and collaboration will also be provided by other collaborating institutions. FEST has Faculty-level Board of Faculty (BoF) and Departmental-level Board of Studies (BoS) to handle various aspects of academic matters. The feedback will be provided by the faculty and students of Electrical Engineering Department, as well as by the alumni. The Department will constitute a Corporate Advisory Committee (CAC) that comprises of industrial representatives who will advise the Department in matters of education objectives, curriculum development, and industrial requirements. Feedback will also be received from the employers of graduated students.




Policy# 1.9 Various Survey Forms and Review Process of PEOs:

Measurement of the defined PEOs will be carried out by indirect assessment methods after 4-5 years of graduation. Surveys from employers / industry and alumni will be conducted periodically. Graduating student surveys and faculty feedback are being collected. However, the alumni and employers survey will be conducted after a period of 4-5 years of graduation of an Electrical engineering class. Since the first Batch of BE students of Department of Electrical Engineering will be passed out in year 2018, this data will be compiled in year 2022. Once this process starts, it will be carried out every year as a class of students is graduating every year.




Figure Policy# 1.9: Flowchart of processes involved in establishing and reviewing PEOs

The surveys will be carried out and their results will be compiled by the OBE Implementation Committee. An analysis report will be presented by the OBE Implementation Committee to Review Committee comprising of Dean, Director Academics and Director QEC, Head of the Department (HoD or Chairperson). The review committee will recommend improvements/ modifications / enhancements (if required) and implementation will be carried out by OBE implementation Committee. Figure Policy# 1.9 depicts this process in the form of a flow chart. Alumni Advisory Committee will also be constituted to collect feedback from Alumni.


The feedback system is based on the following three components.

a) Alumni Feedback/Survey (through Alumni dinner, online forms etc)

b) Employers Feedback/Survey (through Open House, online forms etc)

a) Alumni Feedback/Survey

The Executive Development Cell (EDC), a sub-office of QEC will conduct survey of graduating students about quality of the program. Alumni survey will also conducted by the OBE Implementation Committee to obtain feedback from the graduates regarding the adequacy of the Electrical engineering program. The alumni feedback form is given below


ALUMNI FEEDBACK/SURVEY FORM

Please select the most appropriate score based on your agreement with the given statement

Alumni Feedback/Survey Questionnaire (AQ) Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
1. The knowledge learned at Department of Electrical Engineering allowed you to obtain employment within one year of your graduation. 5 4 3 2 1
2. Based on the knowledge learned during your graduate program, you are self- employed or you have been admitted in higher education within one year of your graduation? 5 4 3 2 1
3. You have been involved in a project related to the solution of an engineering or related problem. 5 4 3 2 1
4. You have been involved in a research and innovation related activity. 5 4 3 2 1
5. You have a successful career and are at middle management level. 5 4 3 2 1
6. You have been involved in a project related to societal, technical / business issues with an ethical commitment to the community and the profession. 5 4 3 2 1
7. You continue to learn in your profession and have participated / completed a profession related course. 5 4 3 2 1

b) Employers Feedback/Survey

The Executive Development Cell (EDC) also conducts survey of employers about the quality of graduates of Department of Electrical Engineering and their performance in field. The employer’s feedback form is given in below


EMPLOYER FEEDBACK/SURVEY FORM

Please select how you rank the Electrical engineering graduates of our Department of Electrical Engineering working in your organization based on your agreement with the given statement.

Employer Feedback/Survey Questionnaire (EQ) Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
1. Have strong foundation in Electrical Engineering 5 4 3 2 1
2. Ability of research and innovation 5 4 3 2 1
3. Ability to provide industrial solutions for engineering and technical problems 5 4 3 2 1
4. Ability to lead / work in teams 5 4 3 2 1
5. Address societal and technical business challenges with an ethical commitment to the community and the profession 5 4 3 2 1
6. Enhance their education and skills through continual professional development 5 4 3 2 1

Policy# 1.10 Criteria for Attainment and Measurement Tools for PEOs:

A minimum attainment level for each PEO has been defined along with its method of measurement. The measurement of PEO will be carried out using indirect assessment tools. In case, multiple survey questions will be attributed to the calculation of a single KPI, equal weightage will be given to each question. All criteria related to a PEO must be attained to achieve the relevant PEO.


Table Policy# 1.10: Criteria for PEO Measurement and Assessment
Program Educational Objective (PEO) Criteria for PEO Attainment Measurement Tool
PEO 1 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. 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 effectively exhibit professionalism, leadership quality and teamwork through communication skills in multi-disciplinary engineering 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 express an ethical commitment to the community and the profession through involvement with professional organizations and society. All graduates are liable and fulfilled ethical commitment to the community and the profession.
50% or more of the employers are in agreement with PEO 4.
Alumni Survey (AQ-6)

Employers Survey (EQ-5)
PEO 5 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.
Alumni Survey (AQ-7)

Employers Survey (EQ-6)

Criteria-2: Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs/POs)

Policy# 2.10 Establishing, Reviewing, Attainment Criteria and Measurement of PLOs: Process of Establishing and Reviewing PLOs

PLOs were established during the program specification development. Program specifications are reviewed with the revision of the curriculum of the program. The revision of the program curriculum is on the basis of introduction of advanced technologies in a particular field or to meet the revised accreditation requirements introduced by the regulatory bodies such as PEC and HEC.

Measurement of the defined PLOs will be carried out by indirect and direct assessment methods. Surveys will be used for indirect assessment of PLOs and their results will be compiled by the OBE Implementation Committee through Campus Management Software (CMS), the record of direct assessments will also be maintained. Analysis report will be presented by the OBE Implementation Committee to the review committee comprising of Dean, Directors QEC and, Chairperson of the Department and Senior faculty members. The review committee will recommend improvements / modifications / enhancements (if required) and implementation will be carried out by OBE Implementation Committee.

PLOs will be reviewed once a year at the end of the academic year. The attainment of the twelve defined PLOs will be assessed directly from the attainment of the CLOs and indirectly through graduating student survey. CLOs will be defined for each subject in the curriculum of the Electrical engineering program

Direct Assessment and Indirect Assessment

Direct assessment of PLOs will be carried out from the assessment of CLOs pertaining to a particular PLO. Indirect assessment will be carried out using graduating student survey, which is collected at the time of the graduation. The graduating student survey results will only be used in Program PLO assessments. Criteria for student and program PLO assessment are given below

Table Policy# 2.10: Criteria for student and program PLO assessment
Programme Learning Outcomes 1 to 12 Measurement Tool Criteria for PLO Attainment Measurement Time
Programme-Level
PLO Assessment
Graduating student survey form (Indirect).

Attainment via course assessments (CLOs, FYP) (Direct)
Obtained at least 50% of average score in the graduating student survey based on a score of 3 and greater from scale of 1 to 5.

25% of students are self- employed or seeking higher education within one year of graduation.
At the time of graduation
Student-level
PLO Assessment
Attainment via course assessments, projects, assignments, etc. (Direct). At least obtain 50% in each PLO upon graduation At the end of each academic year

Policy# 2.11 Assessment Method and Criteria for PLO Achievement Level

Following is the Assessment Method and Criteria for Minimum Achievement Level for each PLO

Criteria for PLOs Achievement

Assessment Method Minimum Level of Attainment
Attainment via Direct Assessments 50% of the students attain at least 50% of marks
Attainment via Indirect Assessments Graduating Student Survey Obtained at least 50% of average score in the PO assessment survey based on a score of 3 and greater from scale of 1 to 5

KPIs for PLOs Attainment (Indirect Assessment)

(Here GSQ- Graduating Student Survey Question No)

PLO WA GRADUATE ATTRIBUTE KPIs for PEO Attainment Measurement Tool
PLO-1 WA 1 Engineering Knowledge Obtained at least 50% of average score in the graduating student survey Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-1)
PLO-2 WA 2 Problem Analysis Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-2)
PLO-3 WA 3 Design/Development of Solutions Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-3)
PLO-4 WA 4 Investigation Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-4)
PLO-5 WA 5 Modern Tool Usage Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-5)
PLO-6 WA 6 The Engineer and Society Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-6)
PLO-7 WA 7 Environment and Sustainability Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-7)
PLO-8 WA 8 Ethics Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-8)
PLO-9 WA 9 Individual and Team Work Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-9)
PLO-10 WA 10 Communication Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-10)
PLO-11 WA 11 Project Management and Finance Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-11)
PLO-12 WA 12 Life-long Learning Graduating Student Survey (GSQ-12)

GRADUATING STUDENT SURVEY FORM

(To be filled by graduating students)

Please select the most appropriate score based on your agreement with the given statement.

S.No Graduating Student Survey Questionnaire (GSQ) Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
1 Adequate engineering knowledge has been provided to you during the programme? 5 4 3 2 1
2 Programme has provided you problem analysis skills 5 4 3 2 1
3 You are able to design & development solutions to technical problems 5 4 3 2 1
4 You can perform investigation of a technical problem 5 4 3 2 1
5 Adequate skills are provided to use modern tools 5 4 3 2 1
6 Awareness about social issues related to engineering is provided 5 4 3 2 1
7 Sustainability and environmental aspects of engineering are taught 5 4 3 2 1
8 You are aware of your ethical and professional responsibilities 5 4 3 2 1
9 You were provided opportunities to work as an individual or member of a team on projects 5 4 3 2 1
10 You are able to effectively communicate through oral and written mediums 5 4 3 2 1
11 Project management skills have been learned during the course 5 4 3 2 1
12 You are aware of the importance of lifelong learning 5 4 3 2 1

Policy# 2.12 Minimum Criteria and Measurement Tools for CLOs Attainment

Process for Establishing and Reviewing CLOs

CLOs were developed as part of the course curriculum. The assessment of the CLOs forms the basis of the direct assessment of the PLOs. For each course of the Electrical engineering program, CLOs are defined as part of the course curriculum. The level of learning is also defined for each CLO. The learning levels are based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. The three learning domains of the Bloom’s taxonomy; cognitive, affective and psychomotor, are also defined with learning levels by using an alphabetic prefix. C is used for cognitive, A for affective and P for psychomotor domain. Thus, a level of learning of C4 for a CLO means that the CLO relates to the fourth learning level of cognitive domain.

The assessment methods for CLOs will be selected by the faculty members based on the learning domain. Assessment methods form a part of the teaching / lesson plan, the CLOs will be assessed during the semester by using Assignments, Quizzes presentations, viva, end semester exam, etc. and at the end of each semester in end semester exam. Criteria for CLO Attainment for CLO assessment is shown as follows

Criteria & Measurement Tools for CLO Attainment

OBE Assessment Measurement Tool Criteria for CLO Attainment Measurement Time
Course Learning Outcome (CLO) Assignments, Quizzes presentations, viva, end semester exam, etc. Obtained at least 50% marks on absolute scale in a CLO At the end of the semester

Data of CLO attainment can be generated from CMS and reviewed by the Head of the Department (Chairperson) and OBE Implementation Committee will identify further actions. If a considerable number of students will be failed to attain CLOs, a review will be taken place at the end of the semester.

Flowchart in Figure Policy# 2.12 details the process and levels of CLO attainment, which results in corrective actions. The corrective actions will be taken through OBE Implementation Committee in Department.

Criteria-8: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)

Policy# 8.2 CQI Process for Review the CLO, PLO and PEO

The process of CQI is embedded in the overall process cycles of CLOs, PLOs and PEOs attainment as shown in Figure Policy# 8.1. The frequency of assessment of each cycle is different,

  • CLOs are assessed at end of each semester
  • PLOs are assessed at end of each year and
  • PEOs after graduates are in the field for at least four to five years


Figure Policy# 8.1: Flow Chart for details the process of CQI at three different levels.

The data gathered about the attainment of CLOs, PLOs and PEOs will be analyzed and presented to the review committee comprising of Dean FEST, Director QEC and Chairperson of the Departments. The review committee will recommend improvements / modifications / enhancements (if required). The recommendations will be implemented through OBE Implementation Committee in Department of Electrical Engineering.

If CLO could not achieved and below minimum level then based on student and faculty feedback and a thorough analysis of all the involved elements, it will be concluded that whether further training and awareness regarding CLO attainment will be required or some other actions will be taken. Such as, through the interactive sessions, the results of the CLO assessments will be discussed with the students and the overall OBE system and its benefits to the students will also be emphasized.



Figure Policy# 8.2: Flow Chart for details the process and levels of CLO attainment
Corporate Advisory Committee (CAC)

The Corporate Advisory Committee (CAC) that comprises of industrial representatives who will advise the Department in matters of education objectives, curriculum development, and industrial requirements with discuss with senior faculty members. Proposed members for this committee are at least two representatives from Industry, Dean of faculty, Chairperson of department, Research Head, Lab Head, Program Coordinator, Industry liaison and Internship focal person, representative from EDC department and senior faculty members. Its related details are mentioned in proposed OBE policy # 1.8 and 1.9. Following is the proposed members in CAC of from Department of Electrical Engineering:

Composition Members of Corporate Advisory Committee (CAC)
Convener 1) Prof. Dr. Taj M. Baloch
Secretary 2) Engr. Saeed Jaffer (Focal Person Internships, DEE)
Members 3) Prof. Dr. Engr. Hyder Abbas Musavi (Member, Dean FEST)
4) Dr. Engr. Ahmed Muddassir Khan (Chairperson, DEE)
5) Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali Arain (Member, Lab Head, DEE)
6) Engr. Areez Khail (Member, Program Coordinator, DEE)
7) Engr. Muhammad Moosa (Focal Person Industry Liaison, DEE)
8) Engr. M. Arshad Chughtai (Industry Representative)
9) Engr. Saeed Ahmed Sethar (Industry Representative)
10) Umari Zafar (EDP, Indus University)
11) Mr. Sameer Virani (EDP, Indus University)
OBE Implementation Committee (OIC)

Measurement of the defined PLOs will be carried out by indirect and direct assessment methods. Surveys will be used for indirect assessment of PLOs and their results will be compiled by the OBE Implementation Committee through Campus Management Software (CMS), the record of direct assessments will also be maintained. Analysis report will be reviewed by the OBE Review Committee and forward to OBE Implementation Committee for further necessary process, as per details mentioned in proposed OBE policy # 1.8 and 1.9. Following is the proposed members OBE Implementation Committee of Department of Electrical Engineering

Composition Members of OBE Implementation Committee (OIC)
Convener 1) Dr. Engr. Ahmed Muddassir Khan
Secretary 2) Engr. Faizan-ur-Rehman
Members 3) Prof. Dr. Engr. Hyder Abbas Musavi (Member, Dean FEST)
4) Prof. Dr. Taj M. Baloch (Member, Research Head, DEE)
5) Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali Arain (Member, Lab Head, DEE)
6) Engr. Areez Khail (Member, Program Coordinator, DEE)
7) Engr. Abdul Latif Shah (Member, FYP)
8) Engr. Shubash Kumar (Member)
9) Engr. Suhail Sheikh (Member)
10) Engr. Mubashir Iqbal (Member)
OBE Review Committee (ORC)

Analysis reports of CLOs and PLOs attainment will be presented to the OBE Review Committee comprising of Dean, Directors QEC, Chairperson of the Department and senior faculty members. The review committee will recommend improvements / modifications / enhancements (if required) and implementation will be carried out by OBE Implementation Committee, as per details mentioned in proposed OBE policy # 1.8 and 1.9. Following is the proposed members in OBE Review Committee of Department of Electrical Engineering:

Composition Members of OBE Review Committee (ORC)
Convener 1) Dr. Engr. Ahmed Muddassir Khan
Secretary 2) Engr. Abdul Latif Shah
Members 3) Prof. Dr. Engr. Hyder Abbas Musavi (Member, Dean FEST)
4) Miss Sheema Hyder Director QEC
5) Prof. Dr. Taj M. Baloch (Research Head, DEE)
6) Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali Arain (Lab Head, DEE)
7) Engr. Areez Khail (Program Coordinator, DEE)
8) Engr. Talha M. Khan
9) Engr. Faizan-ur-Rehman
10) Engr. Muhammad Moosa
Alumni Advisory Committee (AAC)

Measurement of the defined PLOs will be carried out by indirect and direct assessment methods. Surveys will be used for indirect assessment of PLOs and their results will be compiled by the OBE Implementation Committee through Campus Management Software (CMS), the record of direct assessments will also be maintained. Alumni Advisory Committee will take necessary actions to collect feedback from alumni as per details mentioned in proposed OBE policy # 1.8 and 1.9. Following is the proposed members in Alumni Advisory Committee of Department of Electrical Engineering:

Composition Members of Alumni Advisory Committee (AAC)
Convener 1) Dr. Engr. Ahmed Muddassir Khan
Secretary 2) Miss Touseef Fatima (Focal Person Students’ Societies)
Members 3) Prof. Dr. Engr. Hyder Abbas Musavi (Member, Dean FEST)
4) Prof. Dr. Taj M. Baloch (Research Head, DEE)
5) Dr. Engr. Zahid Ali Arain (Lab Head, DEE)
6) Engr. Areez Khail (Program Coordinator, DEE)
7) Engr. Abdul Latif Shah (FYP)
8) Engr. Saeed Jaffer
9) Engr. Ghulam Shabbir
10) Engr. M. Mohsin