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Department of Mechatronics Engineering

Introduction

Mechatronics refers to a flexible, multi-technological approach for integration of mechanical engineering, computer engineering, electronics and information sciences. Mechatronics is essential in the design of intelligent products. It allows engineers to transform their virtual concepts into real life applications. It is a relatively new concept relating to the design of systems, devices and products aimed at achieving an optimal balance between basic mechanical structure and its overall control. The programme involves research and coursework that will push the frontiers of technology in intelligent product design and development. The research activities involve design and control of intelligent robotic systems and automated machines. Modern state-of-the-art industries have changed rapidly from pure mechanical-, manufacturing-, and process-controlled type to electro-mechanical, fully automated and computerised. It has become the requirement for people working on those processes and production lines to have knowledge of all the related systems.

Considering the need of the time most of the state of the art industries in the world have changed from pure mechanical, manufacturing or process controlled to the ones where the processes are more of electromechanical, fully automated and mostly controlled by computers. To achieve the quality products even the most simple production lines and production processes in the industries have a blend of computers in them. It has become the requirement for people working on such processes and production lines to have knowledge of all the related systems.

The department mechatronics realizing this disparity between the concurrent industrial requirements and the knowledge imparted to the university graduates who are looking forward to join the system as practical engineers ventured into introducing Mechatronics Engineering from Jan 2020.

Graduates will have strong command on engineering principles as well as a sound capability of converting concepts to reality. They could find themselves in industry engaged with maintenance and operation of plant equipment such as boilers, compressors, turbines, instrumentation, automation and control of advanced industrial processes using such tools as PLC and microcontroller-based control systems, process simulation for plant modifications, defence and R&D applications, engineering management, or a variety of similar areas.

Many of our alumni have gone on to pursue further studies in renowned institutions of the world, in a variety of fields, such as Control Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Power Electronics, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Robotics, Machine Vision and Distributed Robotics.

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Vision

A multidisciplinary quality educational and research oriented department to solve modern engineering problems, and fulfill the domestic and global industrial and societal needs. To be a quality conscious institution of international standing imparting knowledge in the field of engineering and emerging technologies in a caring environment for the socioeconomic development of the country.

Mission

To create an independent and skill oriented environment equipped with modern technologies and facilities for the students. The department aim to produce socially responsible engineers and researchers having in depth technical knowledge of the field for a sustainable development of Pakistan. To fulfill the needs of the country by producing responsible graduates equipped with sound knowledge and skills along with highest moral values through conducive, learning environment.

IAB Committee

According to the manual of accreditation 2019 vid clause no. 2.5.7, the industrial advisory board (IAB) is a mandatory committee for the implementation of outcome-based education (OBE) in engineering programmes. The Department of Mechatronics Engineering also has members from abroad to get suggestions and directions for improvement in the outcome-based education system. These are the members of the industrial advisory board for the department of Mechatronics Engineering.

Sr. No Name Designation Institute/University Role Profile Link
1. Dr. Aqib Mashood Khan Assistant Professor (HoD) University of Chakwal Convener Link 1
2. Dr. Waheed Ur Rehman Assistant Professor University of Chakwal Member (Internal) Link 1
3. Dr. Sheraz Yaqub Assistant Professor University of Chakwal Member (Internal) Link 1
4. Dr. Muhammad Ahsan Gull Test Lead Engineer Philips Medisize, Denmark Member (Foreign) Link 1, Link 2, Link 3
5. Waqas Tanveer Assistant Director State Bank Member (External) Link 1
6. Rao Fahad Raiz Automation Engineer (Alumni) Elixir Technologies/ SNP Global Member (External) Link 1
7. Ejaz Ul Haq Head of Department Technical Training School Interlope Ltd Member (External) Link 1
8. Syed Umair Zameer XEN National Radio & Telecom Corporation Member (External) Link 1
9. Usama Maqsod Control Systems Engineer United Energy Pakistan Member (External) Link 1
10. Farhan Masood Senior Technical Expert JEE Automation, Shanghai Member (Foreign) Link 1

Lab Facilities

S.No Lab Name
1. Circuit Design Lab
2. Electronics Lab
3. Machine Vision and Embedded Systems Lab
4. CAD/CAM Lab
5. Computer Lab
6. Industrial Automation Lab
7. YRobotics and Control Lab
8. Research Lab
9. Final Year Project Lab
10. PLC Lab
11. Instrumentation and Sensing Lab

Course Curriculum For Session 2024 To Onward

Course Curriculum For Session 2024 To Onward

1st Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
GS-111 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3 0 Natural Sciences
ME-112 Engineering Statics 2 0 Engineering Foundation
GS-113 Applied Physics 2 1 Natural Sciences
HS-114 Islamic Studies/Ethics 2 0 Humanities
HS-115 Functional English 3 0 Humanities
HS-116 Occupational Health and Safety 1 0 Multi-Disciplinary Engineering
CS-117 Applications of ICT 2 1 Computer Sciences
HS-118 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 16 2
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 18

 

2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
GS-121 Differential Equations 3 0 Natural Sciences
ME-122 Engineering Drawing & Graphics 0 2 Engineering Foundation
CS-123 Computer Programming 2 1 Advance Computer and Information Sciences
EE-124 Electric Circuits Analysis 3 1 Engineering Foundation
HS-125 Arts and Humanities Elective * 2 0 Humanities
HS-126 Ideology and Constitution of Pakistan 2 0 Humanities
ME-127 Workshop Practice 0 1 Engineering Foundation
Total 12 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 17
Cumulative credits 35

 

3rd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
GS-211 Linear Algebra 3 0 Natural Sciences
EE-212 Electronics Devices and Circuits 3 1 Flexible Engineering
ME-213 Engineering Dynamics 3 0 Engineering Foundation
MTE-214 Solid Modelling 0 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-215 Materials and Manufacturing Processes 3 0 Engineering Foundation
CS-216 Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming 2 1 Advance Computer and Information Sciences
HS-217 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 15 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 53

 

4th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
GS-221 Multivariate Calculus and Transforms 3 0 Natural Sciences
EE-222 Electronic Circuits Design 3 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-223 Mechanics of Materials 2 1 Engineering Foundation
CS-224 Digital Logic Design 2 1 Engineering Foundation
ME-225 Fluid Mechanics 2 1 Engineering Foundation
ME-226 Theory of Machines 2 0 Multi-Disciplinary Engineering
Total 14 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 71

 

5th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
GS-311 Probability and Statistics 2 0 Engineering Foundation
MTE-312 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems 2 2 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-313 Design of Machine Elements 3 0 Major Based Course (Depth)
MTE-314 Instrumentation and Measurement 3 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
HS-315 Project Management 2 0 Management Sciences
HS-316 Expository Writing 3 0 Humanities
HS-317 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 16 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 19
Cumulative credits 90

 

6th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
GS-321 Numerical Analysis 2 0 Natural Sciences
MTE-322 Mechatronics Systems Design 2 2 Major Based Course (Depth)
MS-323 Modelling and Simulation 2 1 Multi-Disciplinary Engineering
MTE-324 Technical Elective I *** 3 0 Major Based Course (Depth)
MTE-325 Actuating Systems 3 1 Major Based Core (Breadth)
HS-326 Civics and Community Engagement 2 0 Humanities
Total 14 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 108

 

7th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
MTE-411 Robotics 3 1 Major Based Course (Depth)
ME-412 Control Systems 3 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
HS-413 Social Sciences Elective ** 2 0 Humanities
MTE-414 Technical Elective II *** 3 0 Major Based Core (Depth)
CS-415 Artificial Intelligence 1 1 Advance Computer and Information Sciences
MTE-416 FYDP (Part-I) 0 2 Final Year Design Project
HS-417 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 13 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 126

 

8th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Knowledge Area
Part I Part II
MTE-421 Engineering Elective III *** 3 0 Major Based Course (Depth)
MTE-422 Industrial Automation 2 1 Major Based Course (Depth)
MTE-423 Fundamentals of Thermal Sciences 2 0 Flexible Engineering
HS-424 Entrepreneurship 2 0 Management Sciences
MTE-425 FYDP (Part-II) 0 4 Final Year Design Project
Total 9 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 14
Cumulative credits 140

LIST OF ELECTIVES

S.No *** List of Technical Electives (3 Cr hrs.)
1. Power Electronics
2. Mechanical Vibrations
3. Special Topics in Mechatronics
4. Digital Signal Processing
5. Digital Control Systems
6. Digital Image Processing
7. Power Plant Systems
8. Introduction to Systems Engineering
9. Machine Vision
10. Introduction to Machine Learning
11. Advanced Artificial Intelligence
12. Precision Manufacturing
13. Energy resources and management
14. Intelligent Systems
15. Computer Aided Engineering
16. Digital Filter Design
17. Advanced Control Systems
18. Mobile Robotics
19. Internal Combustion Engine
20. Automotive Technology
21. Elect Instrumentation
22. Laser and its Applications
23. Condition Monitoring
24. Bio-Mechatronics
25. Data Communications and Networking
26. Fuzzy Logic
27. Applied Robotics
28. Internal Combustion Engines
29. Mechatronics Modeling for Automotive Systems
30. Power Train Systems
31. Embedded Systems
32. Computer Integrated Manufacturing
33. Internet of Things
34. Industry 4.0
35. Product Design
36. Aerial Robotics
37. Smart Electric Vehicles
38. Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
39. Signals and Systems
40. Applied Mobile Robotics
41. Computer Organization
42. Database Management Systems
43. Data Communication and Networks
44. Operating Systems
45. Computer Architecture
46. Web Design and Development
47. Game Development
48. Any other relevant course decided by the HEI as per requirement.
S.No ** List of Social Science Electives (2+0)
1. Sociology for Engineers
2. Sociology
3. Social Psychology
4. Critical Thinking
5. Human Resource Management
6. Organizational Behavior
7. Engineering Law
8. Engineering Economics
9. Applied Psychology
10. Engineering Management
11. Financial Management
12. Marketing Management
13. Leadership and Personal
14. Grooming
15. Any other relevant course/ language decided by the HEI as per requirement.
S.No * List of Arts and Humanities Electives (2+0)
1. Communication and Presentation Skills
2. Beginners Spanish
3. Elementary Arabic
4. Elementary French
5. Elementary Chinese
6. Philosophy
7. Professional Ethics
8. Any other relevant course/ language decided by the HEI as per requirement.

Course Curriculum For Session 2023

Course Curriculum For Session 2023

1st Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-111 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3 0 Natural Sciences
ME-112 Engineering Statics 3 0 Engineering Foundation
HS-113 Social Sciences Electives I 2 0 Humanities
ME-114 Workshop Practice 0 2 Engineering Foundation
EE-115 Electric Circuits Analysis 3 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
HS-116 Islamic Studies 2 0 Humanities
Total 13 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 16
Cumulative credits 16

 

2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-121 ODE & Linear Algebra 3 0 GS-111 Natural Sciences
ME-122 Engineering Drawing 0 2 Engineering Foundation
CS-123 Computer Programming 2 1 Computing
GS-124 Applied Physics 3 1 Natural Sciences
HS-125 Technical Report Writing 2 0 Humanities
HS-126 Pakistan Studies 2 0 Humanities
HS-127 Communication Skills 2 0 Humanities
Total 14 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 34

 

3rd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-211 Vector Calculus 3 0 GS-111, GS-121 Natural Sciences
EE-212 Electronics Devices and Circuits 3 1 EE-115 Engineering Foundation
ME-213 Engineering Dynamics 3 0 ME-112 Engineering Foundation
MTE-214 Solid Modelling 0 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-215 Materials and Manufacturing Processes 3 0 Engineering Foundation
CS-216 Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming 3 1 CS-123 Computing
HS-217 Social Sciences Electives II 2 0 Social Sciences
Total 17 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 20
Cumulative credits 54

 

4th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-221 Complex Variables and Transform 3 0 GS-111, GS-121 Natural Sciences
EE-222 Electronic Circuits Design 3 1 EE-212 Major Based Course (Breadth)
EE-223 Signals and Systems 2 0 Engineering Foundation
ME-224 Fluid Mechanics 2 1 ME-112,ME-213 Engineering Foundation
CS-225 Digital Logic Design 2 1 EE-115 Computing
MTE-226 Actuating Systems 3 1 Engineering Foundation
Total 15 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 19
Cumulative credits 73

 

5th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-311 Probability and Statistics 3 0 GS-111, GS-121 Natural Sciences
MTE-312 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems 2 2 CS-225, CS-123 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-313 Mechanics of Materials 2 1 ME-112 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-314 Instrumentation and Measurement 3 1 CS-225, EE-212, EE-223 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-315 Theory of Machines 2 1 Engineering Foundation
HS-316 Modelling and Simulation 3 0 GS-121, GS-221 ME-224, MTE-226 Major Based Core (Breadth)
Total 15 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 20
Cumulative credits 93

 

6th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-321 Numerical Methods 2 0 CS-123, GS-121 Natural Sciences
MTE-322 Mechatronics Systems Design 2 2 MS-316, MTE-312, MTE-314 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-323 Design of Machine Elements 2 0 ME-112 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-324 Engineering Elective I 3 0 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MS-325 Management Sciences Elective 3 0 Humanities
ME-326 Control Systems 3 1 MS-316 Major Based Course (Breadth)
Total 15 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 111

 

7th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
MTE-411 Robotics 3 1 MS-325, ME-112 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-412 Fundamentals of Thermal Sciences 3 1 GS-124 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-413 Engineering Elective II 3 0 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MS-414 Engineering Economics 3 0 Management Sciences
MTE-415-A Senior Design Project 0 3 Senior Design Project
Total 12 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 17
Cumulative credits 128

 

8th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
MTE-421 Engineering Elective III 3 0 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-422 Industrial Automation 2 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-415-B Senior Design Project 0 3 Senior Design Project
Total 5 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 09
Cumulative credits 137

ELECTIVES

S.No Engineering Electives
1. Power Electronics
2. Mechanical Vibrations
3. Special Topics in Mechatronics
4. Digital Signal Processing
5. Digital Control Systems
6. Digital Image Processing
7. Power Plant Systems
8. Introduction to Systems Engineering
9. Machine Vision
10. Machine Learning
11. Artificial Intelligence
12. Precision Manufacturing
13. Energy resources and management
14. Intelligent Systems
15. Computer Aided Engineering
16. Digital Filter Design
17. Advanced Control Systems
18. Mobile Robotics
19. Internal Combustion Engine
20. Automotive Technology
21. Elect Instrumentation
22. Laser and its Applications
23. Condition Monitoring
24. Bio-Mechatronics
25. Data Communications and Networking
26. Fuzzy Logic
27. Applied Robotics
28. Internal Combustion Engines
29. Mechatronics Modeling for Automotive Systems
30. Power Train Systems
31. Embedded Systems
32. Computer Integrated Manufacturing
33. Or any other relevant course
S.No Social Sciences Elective
1. Professional Ethics
2. Sociology and Development
3. Organizational Behavior
4. Introduction to Philosophy
5. English
6. Or any other relevant course (s)
S.No Management Sciences Elective
1. Engineering Management
2. Total Quality Management (TQM)
3. Entrepreneurship
4. Principles of Management
5. Research Methodology
6. Knowledge Management
7. Or any other relevant course (s)

Course Curriculum For Session 2020 To 2022

Course Curriculum For Session 2020 To 2022

1st Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-111 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3 0 Natural Sciences
ME-112 Engineering Statics 3 0 Engineering Foundation
HS-113 Communication Skills 2 0 Humanities
ME-114 Workshop Practice 0 2 Engineering Foundation
EE-115 Electric Circuits Analysis 3 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
HS-116 Islamic Studies 2 0 Humanities
HS-117 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 14 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 17
Cumulative credits 17

 

2nd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-121 ODE & Linear Algebra 3 0 GS-111 Natural Sciences
ME-122 Engineering Drawing 0 2 Engineering Foundation
CS-123 Computer Programming 2 1 Computing
GS-124 Applied Physics 3 1 Natural Sciences
HS-125 Technical Report Writing 2 0 Humanities
HS-126 Pakistan Studies 2 0 Humanities
HS-127 Social Sciences Electives I 2 0 Social Sciences
Total 14 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 35

 

3rd Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-211 Vector Calculus 3 0 GS-111, GS-121 Natural Sciences
EE-212 Electronics Devices and Circuits 3 1 EE-115 Engineering Foundation
ME-213 Engineering Dynamics 3 0 ME-112 Engineering Foundation
MTE-214 Solid Modelling 0 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-215 Materials and Manufacturing Processes 3 0 Engineering Foundation
CS-216 Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming 3 1 CS-123 Computing
HS-127 Social Sciences Electives II 2 0 Social Sciences
HS-218 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 18 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 21
Cumulative credits 56

 

4th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-221 Complex Variables and Transform 3 0 GS-111, GS-121 Natural Sciences
EE-222 Electronic Circuits Design 3 1 EE-212 Major Based Course (Breadth)
EE-223 Signals and Systems 2 0 ME-112, ME-215 Engineering Foundation
ME-224 Mechanics of Materials 2 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
CS-225 Digital Logic Design 2 1 EE-115 Computing
MTE-226 Actuating Systems 3 1 Engineering Foundation
Total 15 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 19
Cumulative credits 75

 

5th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-311 Probability and Statistics 3 0 GS-111, GS-121 Natural Sciences
MTE-312 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems 2 2 CS-225, CS-123 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-313 Fluid Mechanics 2 1 ME-112 Engineering Foundation
MTE-314 Instrumentation and Measurement 3 1 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-315 Theory of Machines 2 1 Engineering Foundation
HS-316 Management Sciences Elective 3 0 Humanities
HS-317 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Humanities
Total 16 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 21
Cumulative credits 96

 

6th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
GS-321 Numerical Methods 2 0 CS-123, GS-121 Natural Sciences
MTE-322 Mechatronics Systems Design 2 2 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-323 Design of Machine Elements 2 0 ME-112 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-324 Engineering Elective I 3 0 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MS-325 Modelling and Simulation 3 0 GS-211 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-326 Fundamentals of Thermal Sciences 3 1 GS-124 Major Based Course (Breadth)
Total 15 3
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 114

 

7th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
MTE-411 Robotics 3 1 MS-325, ME-112 Major Based Course (Breadth)
ME-412 Control Systems 3 1 MS-325 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-413 Engineering Elective II 3 0 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MS-414 Engineering Economics 3 0 Management Sciences
MTE-415-A Senior Design Project 0 3 Senior Design Project
HS-416 Translation of Holy Quran 1 0 Management Sciences
Total 13 5
Semester Total for Part I and II 18
Cumulative credits 132

 

8th Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Prerequisite Knowledge Area
Th. Pr.
MTE-421 Engineering Elective III 3 0 MS-325, ME-112 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-422 Industrial Automation 2 1 MS-225 Major Based Course (Breadth)
MTE-415-B Senior Design Project 0 3 Senior Design Project
Total 5 4
Semester Total for Part I and II 09
Cumulative credits 141

Chairman's Message

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Welcome to Mechatronics engineering at UOC. Our graduates work in almost every technology-based industry: robotics automation, instrumentation, manufacturing, automotive, space and aerospace, bioengineering, chemical and textiles. Our goal for undergraduate students is to give them a high-quality engineering education that includes hands-on experience. Each of our faculty members is ready and willing to work in their research specialty with capable students on individual projects. Our faculty has two major areas of research: intelligent systems and robotics & automation. Both areas strongly support the growing automotive and manufacturing industries.

We strive to ensure that all our students have a strong education with teaming and leadership skills, involvement in student activities, and the practical background of co-op and internship experience. We believe that emphasizing these areas will make our students well qualified to take leadership roles in the future. We also have a strong post graduate program in mechatronics engineering. Our master’s and doctoral students give numerous technical presentations in courses and on their research. All graduate students are also expected to publish their research in relevant peer reviewed engineering journals and high level conferenes . Whether you are a current or former student, a potential student, or a visitor, please feel free to contact or visit us. Again, welcome to the Department.

Dr. Waheed Ur Rehman Chairman Department of Mechatronics Engineering University of Chakwal chairman.mte@uoc.edu.pk

Programme Educational Outcomes (PEO's)


PEO-01:

Mechatronics Engineering Graduates will demonstrate their knowledge and skills to solve industrial problems.


PLO-02:

Mechatronics Engineering Graduates will exhibit strong moral values and demonstrate respect towards society.


PLO-03:

Mechatronics Engineering Graduates will manage their individual and team tasks effectively.

Mapping of PEO’s with Vision and Mission of Institution

Table shows Mapping of PEO’s with Vision and Mission:

S.No PEO’s Vision Mission Statement
1. Mechatronics Engineering Graduates will demonstrate their knowledge and skills to solve industrial problems.
2. Mechatronics Engineering Graduates will exhibit strong moral values and demonstrate respect towards society.
3. Mechatronics Engineering Graduates will manage their individual and team tasks effectively.

Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO's)


PLO-01: Engineering Knowledge

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.


PLO-02: Problem Analysis

An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.


PLO-03: 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-04: 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-05: Modern Tool Usage

An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.


PLO-06: 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-07: 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-08: Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.


PLO-09: Individual and Teamwork

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

An 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

An ability to recognize importance of and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.


Faculties

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Dr. Waheed Ur Rehman

Assistant Professor (HEC Approved Supervisor)
Chairman

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/00998

Post Doctorate in Mechatronics Engineering
Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering
Chongqing University, Chongqing, China

M.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing, China

B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

Google Scholar Link

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Engr. Dr. Aqib Mashood Khan

Assistant Professor (HEC Approved Supervisor)

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/01465

Ph.D. Mechanical Manufacture and Automation
Nanjing University of Astronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), Nanjing, China

M.Sc. Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

Google Scholar Link

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Dr. Bushra Nawaz

Lecturer

Ph.D. Electronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

MSc Telecom Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

BSc. Telecom Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

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Dr. Sheraz Yaqub

Assistant Professor

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/01251

MS/MPhil leading to PhD Mechatronics Engineering
Hanyang University, ERICA, South Korea

B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Chakwal Campus, Pakistan

Google Scholar Link

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Engr. M. Arqum Razzaq

Lecturer

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/1007

Ph.D. Mechatronics Engineering (In Progress)
Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

M.Sc. Mechatronics & Control Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore, Pakistan

B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

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Engr. Ch Asad Abbas

Lecturer

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/01506

PhD Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, (In Progress)
Shandong University, Jinan, China

MS Mechatronics Engineering
Shandong University, Jinan, China

B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

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Engr. Bilal Ahmed

Lab Engineer

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/01276

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan

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Engr. Sana Liaquat

Lecturer

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/00804

MS. Mechatronics Engineering
CEME NUST, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

B.E. Mechatronics Engineering
Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan

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Engr. Muhammad Usama Farooq

Lab Engineer

PEC Reg No.:   Mechatro/01692

M.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering
De Montfort University, United Kingdom.

B.E. Mechatronics Engineering
Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Staff

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Engr. Kashif Bilal

Lab Supervisor

PEC Reg No.:   Mech/27683

BS Mechanical Engineering
HITEC University, Taxila.

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Muhammad Sohaib Raza

Lab Supervisor

B-Tech. Mechanical Engineering (Pass)
Preston University, Islamabad.