Government College University Faisalabad

Department of Electrical Engineering and Technology (Technology Section)

First Floor, Iqbal Block, New Campus
(041) 9203035

Scheme of Studies

Department of Electrical Engineering and Technology - Technology Section

Programs Offered

  1. BSc Electrical Engineering Technology


Electrical Engineering Technology from NTC (National Technology Council) Accreditation Status

All graduated engineering technology batches from 2010 till 2019 are accredited from National Technology Council.


Our mission is to enable future technologists to face challenges of their field with intellectual and technical expertise keeping in view the ethical and moral aspects of their work. Moreover, to produce highly competent future leaders capable of bringing Pakistan into a new era of technological and entrepreneurial advancement through education based on industrial trainings, hands on experience and research.


The Department of Electrical Engineering and Technology, since its formulation in 2004, has been imparting quality knowledge and skills of Electrical Engineering and Technology to its undergraduate students. Over the years, the department has gradually been evolving into its current state with advanced teaching methods, modern laboratory facilities, highly qualified faculty including PhDs, and an efficient administrative/organizational setup. The department has been structured to have an Engineering section and a Technology section at the undergraduate level, in addition to the postgraduate programs.

The adoption of Outcome Based Education (OBE) has been a major step forward for engineering and technology education in Pakistan. Since its inception, this system has transformed our education system from conventional input-based systems to an internationally accepted OBE system. This allows all stakeholders of the education system to contribute to the development of the engineering curricula. Based on the recommendation of NTC and in line with the university’s mission and vision, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Technology, GCUF is adopting this system with effect from fall 2020.

To fully implement the OBE system in Department of Electrical Engineering and Technology to incorporate stakeholders into the system, the department has established a Placement Bureau/ Industrial Liaison Office and an Industrial Advisory board. The Placement Bureau/ Industrial Liaison Office maintains close collaboration with the industry and facilitates internship/job placement of the students/graduates and also organizes industrial visits to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The Industrial Advisory Board, comprising representatives from power and telecom sectors including Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce& Industry (FCCI), advises the department on strengthening industry academia linkages and curriculum revisions in line with industrial needs.

Program Educational Objectives

In line with OBE system guidelines, university’s vision, mission and industrial needs, the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) have been developed by the department of electrical engineering and technology for BSc Electrical Engineering Technology program.


BSc Electrical Engineering Technology
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)


To produce graduates with a deep understanding of engineering technology, capable of effectively investigating and analyzing complex real-world industrial problems using a variety of analytical tools and modern technologies.


To cultivate graduates who can leverage modern and emerging technologies to design and implement innovative, cost-effective, and environmentally sustainable solutions for the benefit of society.


To foster graduates with strong moral values, exceptional entrepreneurial, management and communication skills who are proficient in working collaboratively in diverse and multi-disciplinary teams.


Program Learning Outcomes

Additionally, there are eleven graduate attributes which have been defined by the NTC. These graduate attributes known as Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) must be attained by the graduate students and serve as the integral part of OBE. These PLOs are attained by students through direct assessment of respective Course learning outcomes of Electrical Engineering technology curriculum. Additionally, Indirect assessment of PLOs is carried out by means of stakeholder’s feedback. The NTC provided graduate attributes adopted as PLOs of BSc Electrical Engineering Technology program are as follows:



BSc Electrical Engineering Technology
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)


Engineering Knowledge (SA1): Apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, computing and engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to defined and applied engineering procedures, processes, systems, or methodologies.


Problem Analysis (SA2): Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze broadly defined engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using analytical tools appropriate to the discipline or area of specialization.


Design/Development of Solutions (SA3): Design solutions for broadly defined engineering technology problems and contribute to the design of systems, components, or processes to meet identified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, whole-life cost, net zero carbon as well as resource, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations as required.


Investigation (SA4): Conduct investigations of broadly defined engineering problems; locate, search and select relevant data from codes, databases and literature, design and conduct experiments to provide valid conclusions.


Tool Usage (SA5): Select and apply, and recognize limitations of appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to broadly define engineering problems.


The Engineer and the World (SA6): When solving broadly defined engineering problems, analyze and evaluate sustainable development impacts (represented by the 17 UN-SDGs) to: society, the economy, sustainability, health and safety, legal frameworks, and the environment.


Ethics (SA7): Understand and commit to professional ethics and norms of engineering technology practice including compliance with national and international laws. Demonstrate an understanding of the need for diversity and inclusion.


Individual and Collaborative Teamwork (SA8): Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse and inclusive teams and in multi-disciplinary, face-to-face, remote, and distributed settings.


Communication (SA9): Communicate effectively and inclusively on broadly defined 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, taking into account cultural, language, and learning differences.


Project Management and Finance (SA10): Apply knowledge and understanding of engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member or leader in a team and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.


Lifelong Learning (SA11): Recognize the need for, and have the ability for (i) independent and life-long learning and (ii) critical thinking in the face of new specialist technologies.


Departmental Laboratory

  • E-Lab-01     Communication and Signal Processing Lab
  • E-Lab-02     Electronics and Circuit Design Lab
  • E-Lab-03     Microwave and Antenna Lab
  • E-Lab-04     Power Electronics Lab
  • E-Lab-05     Electrical Machines and Power Systems Lab
  • E-Lab-06     Instrumentation, Control and Automation Lab
  • E-Lab-07     Embedded Systems and IoT Lab
  • E-Lab-08     Computer Network and Optical Communication Lab
  • E-Lab-09     Final Year Project (FYP) Lab
  • E-Lab-10     Research and Development Lab
  • E-Lab-11     Computer Lab

Library Facilities

  • Over 7931 books under 1518 titles
  • Including over 3872 books in book bank under 147 titles
  • Availability of latest Journals and Magazines
  • Access to IEEE Digital Xplore library and resources

Admission Criteria

BSc Electrical Engineering Technology

  1. For BSc Engineering Technologies admissions, 50% seats are allocated for FSc (Pre-Engineering or Pre-Medical with the additional subject of Mathematics)/ A-level/ ICS or equivalent as per NTC regulations and 50% seats are allocated for DAE. This distribution may be relaxed as per requirement.
  2. The relevant DAE programs for different BSc Electrical Engineering Technology program are as follows:
    • Automation, Avionics, Computer / CIT, Electrical, Electronics, Information, Instrumentation, Instrumentation & Process Control, Mechatronics, Precision Mechanical & Instrument, Radar, Radio, Telecommunication
  3. The entry test is compulsory for admission to the BSc Electrical Engineering Technology program. Following entities are applicable for admission.
    1. Entry Test being conducted by GCUF
    2. Entry Test being conducted by UET Lahore
    3. Entry Tests being conducted by NED-UET, Karachi and MUET, Jamshoro
    4. Entry Test being conducted by NUST Islamabad
    5. Entry Test being conducted by NTS
    6. Entry Test being conducted by ETEA
    7. Any other existing recognized entity conducting an entry test
  4. The formula for merit calculation for admission is as under
    • DAE 2nd Year / A-level 1st Year / FSc 1st Year/ ICS 1st Year or equivalent: 70% weightage
    • Entry Test: 30% weightage
    • The applicant should have at least 50% aggregate marks computed from the above ratios.
  5. Admission to the BSc Electrical Engineering Technology program will be confirmed after the announcement of the final DAE/ A-level/ F.Sc/ ICS or equivalent result. The applicant must submit an affidavit that if he/she is unable to meet any of the following NTC requirements, his/her admission will be cancelled.
    1. The applicant must attain 50% marks in FSc / A-level/ DAE/ ICS or equivalent.
    2. The applicant must also attain at least 50% aggregate merit (F.Sc/ A-level/ DAE/ ICS or equivalent 70% weightage and entry test 30% weightage).


  1. For admissions of A-level candidates, students should have at least a “C” grade in Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry.
  2. In case of a foreign qualification, the letter grade will be converted to marks by Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) formula. IBCC equivalent certificate is required to be submitted as per admission policy.
  3. Number of Seats: 45 (Including all quotas).
  4. Bench fees (Self-finance), Co-curricular and Sports quotas are not applicable for admission to BSc Electrical Engineering Technology programs.
  5. All other admission regulations will be as per university rules.

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