Hamdard Institute of Engineering & Technology (HIET)

Vision

“To be a world class institution of learning and applied research in Engineering, Science and Technology”

Mission

  • Advance and create knowledge
  • To nurture well rounded professionals having creative and entrepreneurial minds sensitive towards social responsibility, tolerance and moral values; enabling agents for growth and sustainability
  • To provide innovative solutions to local and global problems

  • Pakistan Engineering Council Granted Licence of Professional Engineering Body to Hamdard Institute of Engineering & Technology Hamdard University Islamabad Campus.
    PEC Grant License of Professional Engineering Body to HIET Islamabad

    Hamdard Institute of Engineering Technology, commonly known as HIET, is a constituent institute of Hamdard University, Islamabad Campus which came into being with the establishment of Islamabad Campus in 2000.

    HIET initially offered programs in Computer Science, Information Technology and Computer System Engineering, and our graduates have earned a high ranking while competing for jobs in public as well as private sector organizations. Later on, the institute introduced engineering programs in Telecommunications and Electronics in 2003. The institution proved its credibility by getting Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) accreditation with the condition of organizing ‘Remedial Education Program’ for the intakes of 2004, 2005 and 2006, for both Telecommunications and Electronics Engineerings. The institute has so far produced hundreds of quality engineers who are serving at various positions within and outside Pakistan.

    Programs

    BE (Electrical Engineering)

    At present, the institute is offering BE (Electrical) with two specializations i.e. telecommunications and electronics. The institute plans to launch power engineering as the third specialization in the near future. The three specializations shall offer students to choose any one area of his/her liking and thereby enhances employment scope of our students. The degree program endeavors to produce graduates who could pursue higher education abroad or join the industry in the public or private sector enterprises. ir rich experience and profile.

    Program Objectives

    The objectives of BE Electronics Engineering program are:

  • The graduates of the program will possess a strong technical background as well as analytical and problem solving skills, and will contribute in a variety of technical roles within the electronics and high-tech industry. Within four years of graduation, BE (EE) graduates are expected to be employed as test engineers, characterization engineers, applications engineers, field engineers, hardware engineers, process engineers, and similar engineering technology positions within this industry.
  • The graduates of the program will be working as effective members of the team with excellent oral and written communication skills, assuming technical and managerial leadership roles throughout their career.
  • The graduates of the program will be committed to professional development and lifelong learning by engaging in professional and/or graduate education in order to stay updated in their field and achieve continued professional growth.
  • Recommended Plan of Studies

    B.E. Electrical Engineering
    Semester 1 Semester 2
    Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs
    HS111 Pakistan Studies 2+0 HS 122 Islamic Studies/Ethics 2+0
    NS 111 Applied Physics 3+1 HS 123 Functional English 3+0
    NS 112 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3+0 NS 123 Differential Equations 3+0
    EL 111 Linear Circuit Analysis 3+1 EE 121 Basic Electronics 3+1
    ME 111 Workshop Practices 0+1 CE 123 Engineering Drawing 0+1
    CE 111 Computer Fundamentals and Programming 3+1 CE 122 Object- Oriented Programming 3+1
    Total Credits 18 Total Credits 17
    Semester 3 Semester 4
    Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs
    NS 214

    Complex Variables and Transforms (Elective – I) 3+1 NS 225 Linear Algebra 3+0
    ES212

    Electronic Devices and Circuits 3+1 TE221 Signals and Systems 3+1
    HS 214 Communication Skills 3+0 EE 224 Data Communication and Networks 3+1
    EL 212

    Electrical Network Analysis 3+1 EL 223 Electromagnetic Theory 3+0
    EE 213 Digital Logic Design 3+1 CE 224 Microprocessor and Microcontroller Systems 3+1
    Total Credits 18 Total Credits 18
    Semester 5 Semester 6

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    IDE E3XX

    Thermodynamics

    2+0

    EL 326

    Probability Methods in Engineering

    3+0

    TE 312

    Communication Systems

    3+1

    EE/EL/TE 3XX

    D-Elective-I

    3+1

    EE/EL/TE 3XX

    Breadth Core - I

    3+1

    EE/EL/TE 3XX

    Breadth Core-II

    3+1

    EL 315

    Electrical Machines

    3+1

    HS 324

    Technical Writing

    3+0

    EL 314

    Control Systems

    3+1

    HS 3XX

    Social Sciences - I

    2+0

     

     

     

    ID 3XX

    Engineering Surveying

    1+1

    Total Credits

    18

    Total Credits

    18

    SUMMER/WINTER SEMESTER

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    EE 399

    Internship

    0+1

    Total Credits

    1

    Total Credits

    16

    SEMESTER-7 SEMESTER-8

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    HS 4XX

    Social Sciences - II

    2+0

    MS 4XX

    Management Sciences - I

    3+0

    MS 411

    Engineering Management and Economics

    3+0

    EE/EL/TE 4XX

    D-Elective-IV

    3+1

    EE/EL/TE 4XX

    D-Elective-II

    3+1

    EE/EL/TE 4XX

    D-Elective-V

    2+1/3+0

    EE/EL/TE 4XX

    D-Elective-III

    3+1

    EE/EL/TE 4XX

    D-Elective-VI

    3+0

    EL 449

    Project-I

    0+3

    EL 449

    Project - II

    0+3

    Total Credits

    17

    Total Credits

    16

    Total number of semesters           = 8
                Total number of courses   = 41 Courses + Project+ Internship
                Total credit hours              = 139

     Eligibility Criteria:

    • Engineering Program:

          60 percent and above marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering)/DAE/Equivalent plus    
          Entrance Exam OR Student with A-level or other Equivalent qualification, shall submit ‘Equivalency Certificate’ (issued from I.B.C.C.) with minimum 60% marks for BE programs.

      BS (Computer Science)

      The BS (CS) is a four years professional degree program comprising the core courses in basic sciences, mathematics, programming and computing. The program focuses on instilling comprehensive computer science knowledge among students and exposing them to issues involved in the development of scientific, educational and commercial applications. An integrated approach to meet the hardware and software needs of the industry is adopted using modern techniques to impart knowledge through lectures as well as hands-on training in the labs. The curriculum is designed as per HEC recommendations and provides core knowledge of specialized technologies. This program gives students a solid background in the theoretical principles underlying computer science and ensures that students acquire intellectual depth necessary to keep them abreast with rapid advancement in the discipline.

      Program Objectives of BS (Computer Science)

      The objectives of program are:

    • Contribute academic excellence for designing, developing and producing skills in computer science and its allied areas such as software development, database, networking and algorithm methods.
    • Develop teamwork abilities coupled with leadership and communication skills as to effectively participate in decision making for organizational growth.
    • Exhibit an intellectual sagacity for shouldering societal responsibilities in all professional endeavors.
    • Persuade for post-graduation to promote professional aptitude aimed at career development for cutting edge technological paths.

    Recommended Plan of Studies

    BS (Computer Science)
    Semester 1 Semester 2
    Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs
    GS-111 Calculus and Analytical Geometry 3+0 GS-121 Multivariable Calculus 3+0
    CS-111 Introduction to Computing 2+1 CS-121 Programming Fundamentals 3+1
    HS-111 Functional English 3+0 CS-122 Discrete Structures 3+0
    GS-112 Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies/Ethical Behavior 3+0 UE-xxx University Elective – I 3+0
    GS-112 Basic Electronics 3+1 HS-121 Communication Skills 3+0
    Total Credits 16 Total Credits 16
    Semester 3 Semester 4
    Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs Crs ID Course Title Cr. Hrs
    GS-211

    Linear Algebra 3+0 CS-221 Data Structures and Algorithms 3+1
    CS-211

    Digital Logic Design 3+1 CS-222 Computer Communication and Networks 3+1
    CS-212 Object Oriented Programming 3+1 CS-223 Operating Systems 3+1
    GS-212

    Probability & Statistics 3+0 GS-221 Differential Equations 3+0
    UE-xxx University Elective – II 3+0 UE-xxx University Elective – III 3+0
    Total Credits 17 Total Credits 18
    Semester 5 Semester 6

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    CS-311

    Introduction to Database Systems

    3+1

    CS-321

    Theory of Automata and Formal Languages

    3+0

    CS-312

    Introduction to Software Engineering

    3+0

    CS-322

    Design and Analysis of Algorithms

    3+0

    GS-311

    Numerical Computing

    2+1

    CS-323

    Computer Architecture

    3+0

    CS-313

    Computer Organization and Assembly Language

    3+1

    HS-321

    Technical Writing

    3+0

    CS-xxx

    CS Elective – I

    3+1

    CS-xxx

    CS Elective – II

    3+1

     

     

     

    UE-xxx

    University Elective – IV

    3+0

    Total Credits

    18

    Total Credits

    19

    SEMESTER-7 SEMESTER-8

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    Crs ID

    Course Title

    Cr. Hrs

    CS-411

    Human Computer Interaction

    3+0

    HS-421

    Professional Practices

    3+0

    CS-412

    Compiler Construction

    3+0

    CS-422

    Final Year Project-II

    0+3

    CS-413

    Final Year Project – I

    0+3

    CS-xxx

    CS Elective – IV

    3+0

    CS-414

    Artificial Intelligence

    2+1

    CS-xxx

    CS Elective – V

    3+0

    CS-xxx

    CS Elective – III

    3+1

    CS-xxx

    CS Elective – VI

    3+0

    Total Credits

    16

    Total Credits

    15

    Total number of semesters           = 8
                Total number of courses   = 40 Courses + Project
                Total credit hours              = 135

    Laboratory Facilities

    The following laboratories have been put in place for effective hands-on experience to meet the requirements of our on-going programs. Relevant members of the faculty have to be acknowledged for their services, in particular recent leaps.

    Electronics Laboratory-1

    The Electronics Laboratory is equipped with a range of necessary equipment like Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Frequency Counters, assortment of tools / accessories and a variety of Digital/Analogue components. Workbenches, technical books/manuals and engineering software are also essential constituents of this lab. Assistance is provided to the students by Lab Engineer and a team of qualified lab demonstrators under the supervision of faculty members.

    These facilities are used for practical work for subjects like Electric and Electronic Circuits, Digital Logic, Computer Organization, Operational Amplifier etc. Students also undertake projects and are encouraged to participate in Electronic/Science Exhibitions.

    Electronics Laboratory-2

    The Electronics Laboratory-2 is equipped with trainers for power electronics devices, and also has necessary electronics lab equipment such as Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Power Supplies, and Workbenches. The lab is used for Power Electronics, Electrical Network Analysis as well as part of Semiconductor Devices lab.

    Communications Laboratory

    The Communications Laboratory has trainers for base-band communication, analog / digital modulation and fiber optic communication. The experiments are supported by high frequency signal generators, spectrum analyzers, antenna trainers and digital storage oscilloscopes to perform time-domain and frequency-domain analysis.

    Digital Systems Laboratory

    Digital System Laboratory provides experimental facilities to study microcontroller and microprocessor systems. Microprocessor Training System is a modularized approach to microprocessor concepts and applications. In addition to these training aids, this laboratory is equipped with a universal programmer used to program microcontrollers of different types as well as EPROMs’ trainers, data acquisition cards, DSP starter kits, lab view I/O interface and digital oscilloscopes so as to enable the students to perform laboratory projects and get hands-on training employing latest technology.

    Electrical Machines Laboratory

    This laboratory is equipped with single and three phase Power Supplies, Transformers, YL-195 Motor, Electric Traction and Electrical Control Trainers. The lab provides students with ample knowledge about single and three phase Power Supplies, Transformers, Motors and Generators. The lab is used for Electrical Machines and Physics labs.

    Industrial Control Laboratory

    The Lab is equipped with PLC trainers, Temperature Transducers, Pentium IV machines and some modules like lift, DC motors, and communication ports. This lab will facilitate performing experiments of instrumentation and industrial electronics. Some robot kits have also been placed in the lab for the final projects by the students.

    Mechanics Laboratory

    The lab is equipped with Helical Spring, Horizontal plane, Inclined plane, Flywheel, Pulleys, and Board apparatus, coplanar apparatus, Jib crane, and Balancing system. The lab facilitates students in experiments of Engineering Mechanics.

    Networking Laboratory

    HIET is equipped with a highly-sophisticated networking lab to facilitate students for hands-on experience of CISCO devices and also to fulfill PEC requirements. Currently, it is operational with the latest CISCO routers, switches and latest computer systems.

    Simulation & Modeling Laboratory

    This laboratory is equipped with more than 30 latest PCs with supporting software like, Matlab, autoCAD, for lab work related to signals and systems, digital signal processing, industrial electronics and control systems.

    General Purpose Laboratory

    HIET is equipped with a highly-sophisticated networking lab to facilitate students for hands-on experience of CISCO devices and also to fulfill PEC requirements. Currently, it is operational with the latest CISCO routers, switches and latest computer systems.

    Programming Laboratory

    A high speed laboratory equipped with latest Core I-5 systems is available to the students. This lab offer extensive usage hours and state-of-art hardware and variety of software to make computing real learning experience.

    Wireless Internet Access

    Wireless internet access is provided in each of the campus building for internet access to faculty and students.

    Student Activities during 2015-2016

      Class Room Activities
      Participation in Inter-University Competition
    • Students of HIET actively participate in various Inter-University competitions and have won many prizes.