**Applied Calculus - MS 151**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (00)

__Objectives:__ Teach the
concepts of calculus and applications of these concepts to the solution of
engineering problems.

Course outline

Introduction to functions

Mathematical and physical meaning of functions, graphs of various functions, hyperbolic functions.

Introduction to limits.

Theorems of limits and their application to functions, some useful limits, right handed and left handed limits, Continuous and discontinuous functions and their application.

Derivatives

Geometrical and physical meaning of derivatives, partial derivatives and their geometrical significance, Application problems (Rate of change, marginal analysis)

Higher derivatives.

Leibnit’z theorem, Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorems and Taylor’s and Maclaurins series.

Applications of derivatives.

Asymptotes, tangents and normal, Curvature and radius of curvature, maxima and minima of a function of single variable, (Applied problems), Differentials with applications.

Application of partial Derivative

Euler’s theorem, total differentials, Maxima and minima of two variables.

Integral Calculus

Methods of integration by substitutions and by parts, Integration of rational and irrational algebraic functions. Definite integrals, Improper integrals, Gamma and Beta Functions, Reductions formula.

Applications of Integral Calculus.

Rocket flights area under curve, etc.

Vector algebra

Introduction to vectors, Scalar and vector product of three and four vectors, volume of parallel opiped and tetrahedron.

Vector Calculus

Vector differentiation and vector integrations and their applications, Operator, Gradient, Divergence and curl and their applications.

Recommended Books

Daniel Bralley “ Brief Calculus & its Application” ISBN: 0395615496.

Raymond A. Barnett “ Applied Calculus “ ISBN: 0130655899.

Munnem and Foulis “ Calculus” ISBN: 0879012374.

Yusuf. S.M Calulus and Analytical Geometry, Ilmi Kitab khana, Lahore, 2001.

**Introduction to Computers - CS
101**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (50)

__Objectives:__ Teach the
structure, operation, programming and applications of computers.

__Course
Outline:__

History, classification, basic
components, CPU, memory, peripheral devices, storage media and devices,
physical and logical storage, data organization, file storage, programs and
software, systems software, application software, operating systems, programming language, compilation
and interpretation, problem specification, algorithms, flow chart, pseudo code,
basic programming techniques, data types and declaration, header file and
linkage, variables and constants, arrays, input output, termination, remark,
control structures, Branching, conditional structures, repetition and loops,
basic library functions, social impact of computer age, computer in office, industry
and education, computer security.

__Lab
Outline:__

Computer in view of hardware and
software and Basic units of computer, familiarization of I/O devices, Assembling and disassembling of
computer, hard Disk partitioning, BOIS ROM and its importance and installation,
introduction of MS-Office tools, overview of different browser including
open-source browsers, Introduction and installation of various operating
systems and installation of windows, Coding, executing and Debugging simple
programming, implementation of simple control structures and simple functions.

**Recommended
Books**

- Brain Williams and Steaeey Sawyer, “ using
information Technology,” Seventh Edition, 2007, McGraw-Hills,
ISBN:0072260718.
- William Stallings, “ Computer Organization and
Architecture: Designing of performance” Seventh Edition, 2006, Prentice
hall, ISBN: 0131856448.

**Basic Electrical Engineering - EL
101**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (50)

__Objectives:__ To
impart adequate knowledge and clear understanding about the basic concepts of
electrical engineering. Tech various rules and techniques helpful in the
analysis networks.

__Course
Outline:__

Physical foundation of electric
circuits, electric current, electromotive force (voltage), resistance,
conventional current, Ohm’s law, work, energy and power, conductance,
efficiency, real and ideal sources, Resistive networks. Voltage-divider rule,
current-divider rule.

Series and parallel connected sources, star-delta
transformations, balanced bridges, voltage and current source conversions, Kirchoffs
voltage and current law, mesh analysis, nodals analysis, network theorems,
(superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, maximum power
transfer theorem) with independent and dependent sources, capacitance and
capacitor, inductance and inductors, electromagnetic induction, current and
voltage transients in RL & RC with DC excitations, Alternating current
fundamentals, phasor representation of alternating current, AC voltage and
current relationships for pure resistance, inductive and capacitive circuits.

__Lab Outline:__

To become
familiar with the use of multimeter for measurement of voltage current and resistance,
Resistor colour coding, To learn about types of and use of resistors,
Capacitors and inductors, Charging and discharging of capacitors, study of
Kirchoff’s current and voltage laws, Current and voltage divider rules,
superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum power
transfer theorem, Simulation of basic electrical circuits using PSPICE/Electronic Workbench.

**Recommended
Books.**

- J.Fowler “Electricity
Principles & Applications”, 7
^{th} Edition, 2008, McGraw-Hills
ISBAN: 97800280488-2.
- Edward Hughes, “Electrical
and Electronic Technology” latest Edition, prentice Hall, ISBN: 0131143972.
- J. David Irwin and
Robert M. Nelms. “Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis” Eighth Edition 2006,
John Wiley & Sons
** **ISBN:
0470083093
- William H. Hayt. Jack
Kemmerly and Steven M. Durban “Engineering Circuit Analysis” Seventh
edition 2006. McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 0073263184.

**Functional English - BS 102**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (00)

__ __

__Objectives:
__ Enhance
language Skills and develop critical thinking.

__Course
Outline:__

Basics of Grammar, Parts of speech and
use of articles, Sentence structure, active and passive voice, Practice in
unified sentence, Analysis of phrase, clause and sentence structure, Transitive
and intransitive verbs, punctuation and spelling.

**Comprehension
**

Answer to questions on a given text.

**Discussion**

General topics and every-day conversation
(topics for discussion to be at the discretion of the teacher keeping in view
the level of students)

**Listening**

To be improved by showing documentaries
/ films carefully selected by subject teachers.

**Translation
skills**

Urdu / Sindhi to English

**Paragraph
writing **

Topics to be chosen at the discretion
of the teacher.

**Presentation
skills**

Introduction.

**Note:
**Extensive reading is required for
vocabulary building.

**Recommended
materials**

New Papers, Digests and Science
Magazines.

**Recommended
Books**

**1.
****Functional English**

**(a)
Grammar**

1. A.J. Thomson and A.V martinet.
“Practical English Grammer” Exercise 1. Third edition. Oxford University
press 1997. ISBN: 0194313492.

3. High School English Grammar "When and Marten"

2. A.J. Thomson and A.V martinet.
“Practical English Grammer” Exercise 2. Third edition. Oxford University
press 1997. ISBN: 0194313506

3. Jones Jordon. 1986. A new English
course (An approach to GCSE English language for individual study or Class use)

4. C.
Francis “ English Grammer & Composition” (Junior / Senior)

5. Syed
Saadat Ali Shah “Exploring the World of English.

(b) Writing

1. Writing, Intermediate by
Marie-Christine Boutin, Suzanne Barinand and Francoise Grellet. Oxford
Supplementary skills. Fourth impression 1993 ISBN 0194354057

(c) **Reading**** / Comprehension**

1. Reading,
Upper intermediate. Brain Tomlinson and Rod Ellis. Oxford Supplementary skills.
Third impression 1992. ISBN 0194534022.

**Islamic Studies - BS 101**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (50) Practical (00)

__Objectives__

§
To
provide Basic Information about Islamic Studies.

§
To
enhance understanding of the students regarding
Islamic Civilization.

§
To improve
Students skills to perform prayers an other worships

§
To
enhance the Skill of the students for understanding of issues related to faith
and religious life.

__Course Outline: __

**Quran and uloom ul Quran**

- Basic Concepts and
History, Excellence and history of Collection of Holy Quran
- Surah Al Hujrat and
Surah al Furqan (these both surhs cover all topic related to the ethical
values of Islamic society including Takwa, Tawakal, Simplicity, lawful
earning, Social Justice, Rights of parents, elders, neighbors, fear of Allah, Truthfulness.
- Verses of Surah
Al-Mumanoon Related to characteristics of faithful (Verses No-1-11)

**Basic beliefs of Islam**

- Touheed. Its
importance, effects on the life of believer, shirk and its types.
- Prophethood, its needs
and necessities, characteristics, finality of Prophethood.
- Concept of life
hereafter
- Jihad and its kinds.

**Seerat of Holy Prophet (S.A.W)**

- Life of Muhammad Bin
Abdullah (Before Prophet Hood and in Makkah after Prophet Hood)
- Important lessons
Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Makkah.
- Life of Holy Prophet
in Madina and its importance events (charter of Madina, Brotherhood,
Treaty of Hoodabiyah, Victory of makkah and last sermon of Holy Prophet
Muhammad (S.A.W)
- Importance of Hadith
and Sunnah.

**Fundamentals of Islam.**

- Prayer, its
importance, pre-conditions, obligations and effects.
- Zakat, its aims and
Objectives, Legal recipients, NISAB and Benefits.
- Fasting.
- Pilgrimage.

**Islam
& Science.**

- Basic Concepts of
Islam & Science
- Contributions of
Muslims in the Development of Science
- Quran & Science.

**Introduction to Islamic Economics,
Political and Social systems.**

**Reference Books**

1. Hameedullah Muhammad “ Emergence of
Islam” IRI Islamabad.

2. Hameedeullah Muhammad “ Muslim Conduct
of State”

3. Dr. Abdul Aziz Umrani “Islam the
universal Religion” Naseem book depot 2000

4. S.M. Saeed “ Islam aur Hamari Zindagi”
Naseem book depot 2002

**Pakistan Studies - BS 104**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (50) Practical (00)

__o____bjectives:__

·
Develop
vision of historical perspective, Government, Polities, Contemporary Pakistan
Ideological Back ground of Pakistan.

·
Study
the process of governance, national development, issues arising in the modern
age and posing challenges to Pakistan.

__Course Outline:__

**1.
****Historical Perspective.**

a.
Ideological
rational with special reference to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Allama Muhammad
Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali
Jinnah.

b.
Factors
leading to Muslim separatism.

c.
People
and land

i.
Indus
Civilization

ii.
Muslim
advent

iii.
Location
and geo-physical features

**2.
****Government and polities in Pakistan..**

**a.
**1947-58

**b.
**1958-71

**c.
**1971-88

**d.
**1988-99

**e.
**1999
onward

**3.
****Contemporary Pakistan.**

a.
Economic
Institution and issues.

b.
Society
and Social Structure

c.
Ethnicity

d.
Foreign
policy of Pakistan
and Challenges.

e.
Futuristic
outlook of Pakistan.

**Recommended
Books.**

1.
M.
Ikram. Rabani. “Pakistan Studies” Carvan Book house, Lahore 2001.

2.
Saeed
Ahmed “Pakistan
Studies”

3.
Zaffar,
M.D “Pakistan
Studeis” (English)

4.
Mushtaque
Masroor Baricho (Urdu/Sindhi)

**Ethics - BS 101**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : First Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (50) Practical (00)

__Objectives:__ To provide
proper knowledge based on ethical and moral values to improve the ethical
standard of students.

__Course Outline:__

Definition of ethics. Position of
ethics in different religions, Nature , scope and methods of ethics, Ethics and religion, Basic moral
concepts, Rights and wrongs, Good and evil, An outline of ethical systems in
philosophy, Heonism, Utilitarianism, Rationalism and Kant, Self realization
theories, Intuitionism, Promotion of moral values in society.

**Recommended
Books**

1.
Dr.
A. Rasheed, “Comparative Study of Religions” Tahir Sons Karachi 2001.

2.
Aadill
Faraz, Ikhlaqiyat, “Mazahib-e-Alam Ki Nazar Main” Apna Idara Lahore 2002

3.
M.
Hashim Channa “Mazahib-e-Alam jo Taqabili Jaezo” Naseem Book depot 1988.

**2nd Term 1st Year**

**Semi Conductor Materials &
Devices - ES 101**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : Second Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (50)

__Objectives:__ Introduce
the basic concepts of electronics and electronic devices including diodes, transistors,
transistor biasing, rectifiers and amplifiers.

__Course Outline:__

Atomic structure of elements, Energy
band diagram for solids, intrinsic semi conductor and extrinsic semi
conductors, Electron hole pairs, Distribution of electrons and holes in a conduction
and valence band, Recombination and life time.

Introduction to electronics, PN
junction diodes, Forward and reverse characteristics of diode, Ideal diode,
Practical diode, Equivalent circuits of diode, current equation of diode, diode
as a switch. Other types of diodes: Schottky diode, Zener diode, Tunnel diode,
Varactor diode. LED, Laser diode. Applications of diodes, Half-and full-wave
rectifiers, Clipper and clamper circuits, Voltage multipliers. Bipolar junction
transistor Operation (NPN and PNP), Unbiased transistor, DC biasing of a
transistor static characteristic, DC circuit analysis, Load line Operating
configurations, Common emitter, Common base, Common collector.Field-effect
transistor, FET biasing techniques, Common drain, Common source and common gate.
Fixed bias and self bias configurations of FET, Voltage divider biasing,
Universal JFET bias, Darlington pair.
Introduction to CMOS.

__Lab
Outline:__

The emphasis is first on understanding
the characteristic of basic circuits that use resistor, Capacitors, Diode, Bipolar
junction transistors and field-effect transistors. The students then use this understanding
to design and construct more complex circuits such as rectifiers, Amplifiers
and power supplies. Assembling and soldering of components on a PCB, Use of
software tools in PCB design.

**Recommendation
Books**

- Robert Boylestad and
Louis Nashelsky, “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory” Ninth Edition,
2006, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0131189050
- Robert Paynter,
“Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits: Electronic flow version”,
Seventh Edition, 2006, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0131716395
- Thomas L. Floyd,
“Electronic Devices”, Sixth Edition, 2006, Prentice Hall, ISBN:
81-7758-354-9
- V.K. Mehta “ Electronic
Principles"
- Malvino “Electronic
Principles”, Sixth Edition, ISBN: 0028028333

**Computer
Programming - CS 102**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : Second Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (50)

__Objectives:__ Teach the
basic concepts of data structure and its use in computer programs.

__Course Outline:__

**Basic
of C++ Programming:**

Constants and Variables, Keywords,
Identifiers, Variables types: Integer, Long, Float, Double and Character, Types
of variables: Automatic Local, Static, External / Global, Standard and user
defined function.

**Input
and output function:**

**Input:** Signal character, Word and multiword, **Output:** Signal character and other data
types, Strings, Format specifiers, Filed width specifiers, Escape sequence,
Printing String, Character and Graphic characters.

**Operators:**

Address operator (&), Arithmetic
operators, Operator Precedence, Arithmetic assignment operator, Special
assignment operators, Relational operators,, Increment and Decrement operator.

Decision-Making Statements:

The if statement, the if-Else
statement, The Else-if construct, Switch statement, Goto statement, Conditional
operator.

**Loops:**

The for loop, Nested for loop, The
while loop, the do while loop, Continue & Break statement.

**Arrays
& Strings:**

Define an array, Initializing and array, Multimensional arrays, Arrays as
function arguments, Strings, Null character, String functions.

Functions and Structure:

Introduction to function, Difference
between Pre-defined / Standard function and User defined function, Using more
than one function, Use of external variable, Prototype, Function that return a
value, Using arguments to pass data to a function.

**Pointers:**

Pointer variable, Returning multiple
values from functions, Pointers and Arrays, Pointers arithmetic, Pointers and
strings Double indirection: Pointer to pointers, Structure, Nested structures,
Arrays structures, Objective oriented programming concepts.

**Objective
and Classes:**

Objective and classes, Encapsulation,
Inheritance, Polymorphism.

**Introduction
to Data Structure.**

Fundamental data structures, Data
structure operations, Data types, Abstract data types., Use defined data types,
Algorithms and their complexity, Time-space trade offs, Arrays, Records, Link
lists, Stacks, Queues.

**Files:**

Standard file I/O, Character, String
and formatted I/O, Binary and Text modes, System level I/O, Random access,
& Redirection,

**Lab:
Outline:**

To become familiar with IDE (Integrated
Development Environment) of C, Basic of tepical C/C++ environment, Simple C++ programs
using different types of variables and input and output statement, Implementation
of different types of loops, Simple programming using decision making statement and switch statement, Linear and
binary search algorithms and their implementation in C++ language, Implementation of stack operation in C / C++ sorting algorithms and implementation,
Simple programming using user defined functions, Implementation of structures /
records in C++, Simple program using pointer, Creation of objects in C++, C++
program using over loaded operator and over loaded functions, Sequential and
Random access functions in C++.

**Recommended
Books**

- Robert Lafore, “Object Oriented Programming in
C++” Fourth Edition, 2002, Prentic Hall, ISBN:0672323087,
- Robert Lafore “ TURBO C” ISBN:067222660
- Schild, H, “C++: The Complete Reference”, McGraw
–Hill Latest Edition, ISBN: 007148860X.
- Shamm Series, “ Data Structure and Algorithms”

**Computer Aided Engineering
Design– ES 105**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : Second Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (00) Practical (100)

__Objectives:__ Introduce
the use of computers in engineering applications. The students will learn the
use of commercial CAD package.

__Lab: Outline__:

Introduction to computer aided design
tools such as AutoCAD, OrCAD and PCAD, Ms Visio, Computer-aided drafting
principles and practices, engineering drawing fundamentals using AutoCAD.
Drawing of electrical machinery and layouts of electronic assemblies, Design
and layout of circuit boards using software (PCAD) or OrCAD).

**Recommended Books**

- Shawan
Lokhart, “Tutorial Guide to AutoCAD,” First Edition 2006, Prentice Hall,
ISBN: 09780131713833.
- Muhammad H. Rashid, “
Introduction to PSpice using OrCAD for Circuits and Electronics,” Third
Edition, 2004, Prentical Hall ISBN: 0131019880

**Linear
Algebra & Analytical Geometry – MS 152**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : Second Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (00)

__Objectives:__ To
develop the knowledge of matrix algebra, the system of linear equations,
analytic geometry of three dimension and multiple integrals.

__Course Outline:__

Brief introduction to matrices,
symmetric and hermitian matrices, introduction to elementary row operations, echelon
form and reduced echelon form, rank of a matrix, inverse of a matrix by using
elementary row operations

**System
of Linear Equations:**

System of non-homogeneous and homogeneous
linear equations, gaussian eliminations method, gauss Jardon method, consistency
criterion for solution of homogeneous and non-homogeneous system of linear
equation, application of system of linear equations.

**Determinants**

Introduction to determinants, properties
of determinants of order n, axiomatic definition of a determinant, application
of determinants (Cramer’s Rule).

**Analytical
Geometry of 3-Dimension**

Introduction, coordinates of a point
dividing a line segments in a given ratio. Straight line in R3: Vector form of
a straight line, parametric equations of a straight line, equation of a
straight line in symmetric form, direction ratios and direction cosines, angle
between two straight lines, distance of point form a line.

**Planes: **Equation of a plane, angle between two planes, intersection of two
planes, a plane and a straight line, skew lines.

**Cylindrical
and Spherical coordinate**: Introduction to cylindrical and
spherical coordinates.

**Surfaces:** Quadratic surfaces, degenerate surfaces, symmetry, traces,
intercepts of the surfaces, surface of revolution. Cylinder and cone, cylinder,
directrix of cylinder, right cylinder, the cone.

**Sphere:** General equation of sphere, Great circle.

**Conic:** Ellipsoid, Elliptic paraboloid, hyperboloid, hyperboloid
of one sheet, hyperboloid of two sheets, elliptic cone, rolled surfaces,
general quadric surfaces.

**Spherical
Trigonometry: **The cosine, sine & cotangent
formula, latitude and longitude, direction of Qibal.

**Multiple
Integrals**

Definition double integral as volume, evaluation
of double integral, change of order of integration. Application of double
integrals area, mass of an element of inertia, centre of gravity, triple
integrals, evaluation of triple integrals, application of triple integrals, volume,
mass of an element, centre of gravity, moment of inertia by triple integrals, triple
integration in cylindrical and spherical coordinates.

**Recommended
Books**

- Doniel D. Barentt, “ Brief calculus and
application” ISBN: 0395615496
- Raymond A Barnett, “ Applied Calculus” ISBN: 0130655899
- Dr. S.M. Yousuf, “ Calculus and Analytical
Geometry”
- Dr. S.M. Yousuf, “Mathematical Methods”

**Communication Skills – BS 105**

Disciplines : B.E. Electronic Engineering

Term : Second Term First Year

Effective : 09ES-Batch and onwards

Marks : Theory (100) Practical (00)

__Objectives:__ Enable the
students to meet their real life communications needs.

__Course
Outline:__

**Introduction**

1.
What
is communication

2.
Skills
of communication

3.
Barriers
to communication

4.
Communication
in organization

**Paragraph
Writing.**

Practical in writing a good, unified
and coherent paragraph

Essay Writing, cv and job application

**Technical
Report Writing Skills**

**Study
Skills**

Skimming and scanning, Intensive and
extensive, and speed reading, summary and précis writing and comprehension.

**Academic
Skills**

Letter / memo writing minutes of
meetings, use of library and internet

**Presentation
Skills**

Personality development (emphasis on
content, style and pronunciation)

**Note:** Documentaries to be shown for discussion and review

**Recommendation
Books:**

Communication Skills.

**a) Grammer**

1. Practical English Grammer by A.J. Thomson
and A.V. Martinet, Exercise 2. Third Edition, Oxford University
Press 1986, ISBN: 0194313506.

**b) Writing
**

Writing Intermediate
by Marie-Christine Bouth, Suzanne Brinand and France
Grellet, Oxford
Supplementary Skills, Fourth Impression 1993. ISBN:0194354057 Pages 45-53 (note
taking).

1. Writing, Upper-Intermediate by Rob
Nolasco, Oxford
Supplementary Skills, Fourth Impression 1992. ISBN: 019435406-5 (particularly
good for writing memos, introduction to presentations, descriptive and
argumentative writing).

**(c) Reading**

1. Reading,
Advance, Brain Tomilinson and Rod Ellis, Oxford Supplementary Skills, Third
impression 1991, ISBN:019453403-0.

2. Reading
and Study Skills by John Langan

d) Technical Report Writing Skills

1. Pauley & Riordan “Technical Report
writing today” ISBN:0618140166

2. Communication "Communicate"
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