Civil Technology

Infrastructure development is a booming field. It continues to witness expansion at explosive rates. New roads, buildings, housing projects, airports and high risers emerge every now and then. With aging infrastructure needs care and maintenance. These lie within purview of a civil engineer.
Civil engineering technologist is trained to build. Infrastructure development is a complex task. It is safety critical as well. Bad design can cost lives so does bad execution of the design. A Civil engineering technologist oversees execution of the building design, be it a housing project or a high riser or a bridge. The abundance of the projects in this sector ideally places a civil engineering technologists in the booming market. Pakistan is developing country with a lot still to be done in terms of civil structures and housing projects, which it faces an acute shortage. Thus the trend of the demand of a civil engineering technologist does not seem to subside in considerable future as well.

 

Semester One  

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

BT – 111

Applied Mathematics – I

3 – 0

BT – 112

Computer Applications

2 – 1

BT – 113

Communication Skills

3 – 0

BT – 114

Applied Mechanics

2 – 1

CE – 115

Materials & Methods of Construction

3 – 0

 

Semester Two    

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

CE – 121

Mechanics of Materials

2 – 1

BT – 122

Mathematics – II

3 – 0

CE – 123

Concrete Technology – I

2 – 1

CE – 124

Engineering Drawing

2 – 1

BT – 125

Islamic Studies

2 – 0

 

Industrial Training

0 – 6

 

Semester Three

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

BT – 211

Computer Aided Drawing – AutoCAD

2 – 1

CE – 212

Surveying – I

2 – 1

CE – 213

Soil Mechanics

3 – 1

BT – 214

Effective Communication

3 – 0

BT – 215

Pakistan Studies

2 – 0

 

Semester Four 

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

CE – 221

Highway & Transport Technology

2 – 1

CE – 222

Structural Mechanics

2 – 1

CE – 223

Irrigation & Hydraulic Structures

2 – 1

CE – 224

Introduction to Hydrology

2 – 0

BT – 225

Surveying – II

2 – 1

 

Industrial Training

0 – 6

 

Semester Five  

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

CE – 311

Cost Estimates & Contract Documents

2 – 1

CE – 312

Repair & Maintenance of Structures

2 – 1

CE – 313

Architecture & Town Planning

3 – 0

CE – 314

Concrete Technology – II

3 – 0

CE – 315

Engineering Economics

3 – 0

 

Semester Six 

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

CE – 321

Steel Structures

2 – 1

CE – 322

Engineering Geology

3 – 0

CE – 323

Water Supply & Waste Water Management

3 – 0

CE – 324

Introduction to Earthquake Engineering

3 – 0

 

Industrial Training

0 – 6

 

Semester Seven   

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

BT – 411

Project Management

3 – 0

CE – 412

Bridge Engineering

2 – 1

CE – 413

Fluid Mechanics

3 – 0

CE – 414

Pre-stressed & Pre-cast Concrete Technology

2 – 1

 

Semester Eight   

 

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

BT – 421

Total Quality Management

3 – 0

CE – 422

Foundation & Pavements

2 – 1

BT – 423

Project

0 – 6

 

Industrial Training

0 – 6

Total number of semesters:

Eight (8)

Duration of a semester:

Sixteen (16) weeks of instruction

Examinations :

Plus one (1) to two (2) weeks for examinations

Non-Technical Subjects:

30% (9 Courses)

Technical Subjects:

70% (21 Courses)

Accredited & Recognized by:

NTC & HEC Program

Minimum period for a student to work towards Bachelor’s Degree in any accredited program of engineering shall be four academic years for the annual system, or a minimum of 128-138 semester credits normally spread over 8 semesters for the semester system, excluding any period of repetition of courses and examinations; and one credit hour for theory means one contact hour and one credit hour for practical means three contact hours;. Student opting for new major must complete pre-requisites of that degree.

Candidates must fulfill the following conditions:

  • SSC/ O-Level/ Equivalent certificate (Science) with 45% marks
  • FSc Pre-Engineering with minimum 45% overall marks (Part-1 and Part-2 combined)
  • Three year Diploma in Associate Engineering DAE holding students from any BTE affiliated Institute
  • Result awaiting students can apply but if their result is failure or less than 45% will be rejected
  • A-Level / Cambridge students should have IBCC certificate equivalent to FSc Pre-Engineering with overall 45% marks
  • Age Limit: 24 Years

 

  • Attested copy of SSC DMC.
  • Attested copy of FSC DMC (Surity Certificate for Result awaiting students).
  • 2 Passport size picture.
  • CNIC copy.
Opening date of Admissions:17-July-2017
Closing date of Admissions:27-Oct-2017
Commencement of Classes:02-Oct-2017

BRAINS in collaboration with FUTURE TRUST and other organizations offers scholarships worth 1.5 million for candidates belonging to all sections of the society and particularly those hailing from remote / backward areas of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa under various categories which include;

  • Merit Scholarships
  • Hafiz e Quran
  • Teachers Sons
  • Sports
  • Defence Personal’s Sons/Wards
  • Zakat