Head of Department
Dr. Muhammad Haneef
PhD in Electrical (Telecom) Engineering from Beijing University
Dr. Muhammad Haneef completed his PhD in Electrical (Telecom) Engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecom People Republic of China in the year 2012. He received his MS in Telecom Engineering from UMT Lahore in the year 2007 while Bachelors Degree In Electrical Engineering from NED University of Engineering and Technology Karachi in 1999. He has 12 years of multidimensional work experience in national and international organizations along with research and academia.
He published many research papers in international Journals and conferences. His research area is Wireless adhoc and sensor networks, Wireless networks, Optical fiber communication and Signal processing. He is a registered professional Engineer with Pakistan Engineering Council as well as a Member of IEEE.
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology endeavors to produce competent engineers who can play a productive role in industry, academia and research. The faculty uses modern technologies to enhance the learning capabilities of the students and to provide them with a stimulating and challenging environment. Emphasis is put on the practical applications of engineering and computer science to meet the software and hardware needs of the global industry in general and Pakistani industry in particular. The Faculty offers courses in Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering and Computer Science leading to Bachelor’s (BS), Master’s (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
A strong curriculum in Electrical Engineering and Software Engineering is offered by highly qualified engineering faculty with reputable accomplishments both nationally and internationally. Presently, Electrical and Software Engineering with all its possible facets is the world’s largest and most lucrative business. The laboratories are equipped with extensive facilities to cater for undergraduate practical work. Lab Equipment is of world standard and continuously upgraded to keep abreast with the latest technological developments. The mission of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology is to develop human resources for occupying leadership positions in engineering as executives and designers. The faculty aims to achieve this objective by selecting the best students with a burning desire in life. The curricula is according to the needs of the society and industry, inculcating the values necessary to meet the challenges of globalization and by developing an orientation to find indigenous and low cost solutions for the problems being faced by emerging countries, like Pakistan. The faculty ensures that the degree programs are being used to help engineers learn not only cutting edge technologies but management skills, from leadership to team working and adoption of the highest professional ethical standards. One of the major strength of the faculty is the corporate university environment.
The curriculum prescribed by HEC for the undergraduate students is implemented effectively and the Electrical Engineering graduates of FUI would:
a. Possess essential engineering knowledge for meeting the requirements of industries and other organizations needing graduate engineers.
b. Have the academic background and basic research skills to pursue postgraduate studies at national and international level.
c. Possess the basic design/development skills and management/economic know how to enter the market as an entrepreneur.
d. Apply engineering knowledge, mathematical tools and probabilistic/statistical methods to solve technical problems.
e. Exploit information technology resources, computing hardware and software to solve the technical problems optimally and provide new solutions through innovative designs.
f. Function effectively in a multi-disciplinary team.
g. Understand the impact of electrical engineering solutions in the environmental and societal context.
h. Engage himself/herself in a life long learning process.
i. Acquire knowledge of contemporary issues and their correlation with the technology.
j. Avoid real or perceived conflicts of interest whenever possible, and disclose them to affected parties when they do exist.
k. Be honest and realistic in stating claims or estimates based on available data and reject bribery in its all forms.
l. Seek, accept and offer honest criticism of technical work, acknowledge and correct errors and credit properly the contributions of others.
m. Treat fairly all persons regardless of such factors as race, religion, gender, disability, age or regional origin.
n. Avoid injuring others, their property, reputation, or employment by false or malicious action.
o. Assist colleagues and co-workers in their professional development and support them in following the ethics.
Electrical Engineering is one of the key areas in domain of Engineering. Professionals with Electrical Engineering skills are in great demand all over the world. Electrical Engineering can contribute towards a remarkable future in Telecommunication, Electronics and Electrical disciplines. Graduates of Electrical Engineering have been gainfully employed in the public sector (PTCL NESCOM, etc) and private sector specially mobile phone companies (Mobilink, Ufone, Zong and Warid etc.) as well as ther industrial enterprises. Many students are also undergoing advanced studies both within the country and abroad. It has been gratifying to see that graduates of FURC are contributing very effectively in the development of the country as well as the Engineering Sector.
The objectives of the undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering are to equip the students with:
a. Sound Engineering knowledge.
b. Effective communication skills.
c. High moral values and good engineering ethics.
d. Good analytical skills and systematic program solving capabilities.
e. Inquisitive mind to undertake research for solving engineering problems.
f. Scientific skills to manage the human and technological resources optimally.
g. Effective leadership and decision-making skills.