Mission Statement
Introduction to FOE
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UCP at a Glance
Introduction to FOE

Faculty of Engineering which now comprises of three departments, i.e., Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering aspires to produce highly productive engineers by providing the best possible academic facilities and environment. The Faculty has developed its infrastructure in accordance with the guidelines of Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) because of which the students are exposed to regularly upgraded laboratories, well stocked libraries, classrooms with modern teaching aids to introduce them to the most recent analytical techniques and technological developments in their fields. Students have many opportunities to associate with outstanding faculty which is actively engaged in a number of professional activities.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering program has been accredited by the Pakistan Engineering Council up to Batch 2009. The accreditation Visit by PEC for the B.Sc. (EE) Batch 2010 is due shortly. For verification refer to the PEC- website. (www.PEC.org.pk).

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering program was initiated in 2011 after getting a go-ahead signal by Pakistan Engineering Council. A purpose built block has been dedicated to the department which houses modern classrooms and standardized laboratories. A new fabrication and project shop has also been constructed comprising a three storey building. Currently, qualified and dedicated faculty is teaching three batches of B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering with full zeal and commitment. A list of faculty members with their qualifications details can be seen on the UCP – website (www.ucp.edu.pk). The accreditation visit by PEC for the B.Sc. (ME) has been recently conducted.

Civil Engineering

Following the zero visit of Pakistan Engineering Council and its satisfactory report and approval, UCP launched B.Sc. Civil Engineering program in November 2013.

Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program

UCP has been offering undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering since September 2003, the first batch was admitted then.
Seven batches of Electrical Engineering have been graduated so far with an accredited degree. Number of graduates in each batch are listed below:

Batch                                       No. of Graduates
Fall 2003                                               40
Fall 2004                                               62
Fall 2005                                               87
Fall 2006                                               87
Fall 2007                                               91
Fall 2008                                               121
Fall 2009                                               113
Fall 2010                                               87
Total                                                      688

Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate program of Mechanical Engineering was started after setting up an exemplary infrastructure and laboratories. These laboratories and workshops are fully functional and enable the students to enhance practical skills and demonstrate engineering knowledge. A well thought out scheme of studies is designed to cater the current market and industrial needs which are based on guidelines of the HEC and PEC. Outcome Based Education (OBE) system is being implemented to prepare the graduates to meet international standards. The accreditation visit by PEC for the B.Sc. (ME) has been recently conducted.

Civil Engineering Undergraduate Program

A newly constructed building with classrooms, faculty offices and the state-of-the-art laboratories dedicated to civil engineering has been made functional. This building is equipped with below mentioned labs:

  • Engineering Materials Lab
  • Hydraulics Engineering Lab
  • Structural Mechanics Lab
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  • Environmental Engineering Lab
  • Transportation Engineering Lab
  • Survey Stores

Qualified and experienced faculty members have been hired to ensure the best transfer of knowledge to our young students in order to make them skillful engineers. The scheme of studies has been developed after thorough considerations with the objective of strengthening every basic aspect of engineering which will be an asset to our graduates when they go to the industry.