• To impart elementary concept of functions, limits, derivatives, differential formulae, and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions.
• Enhance the knowledge of students about concept of partial differentiation and indeterminate forms of function that are used in solving different types of differentiation problems. Offer plentiful knowledge and skills in solving relevant mathematical problems in engineering and architecture.
• Broadly describe the concept of functions, limits and derivatives.
• Elucidate the rules of differentiation to determine the derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions.
• Apply the concept of using derivatives for determining the equation of tangent and normal lines and in curve tracing, Solve problems of rate of change /time-rates.
• Evaluate limits of indeterminate forms of functions using derivatives.
• Apply the concept of the differentials to solve the approximation problems.
• Explain the concept of critical points to solve correct maxima-minima application problems.
MATHEMATICS-II (DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND TRANSFORMS)
• Provide students a deeper understanding of the basic concepts of functions, limits and the derivatives and familiarize students with the use of the differentiation formulas and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions
• Provide students abundant knowledge and skills in solving relevant problems in engineering and architecture and strengthen/ broaden their knowledge in partial differentiation and indeterminate forms of functions which they may encounter in solving different types of differentiation problems
• Discuss comprehensively the concept of functions, limits and derivatives
• Apply the rules of differentiation to determine the derivative of algebraic and transcendental function
• Apply concept of derivatives to determine equation of tangent, normal lines and curve tracing
• Use the concept of critical points to solve correctly maxima-minima application problems and evaluate limits of indeterminate forms of functions using derivatives
• Apply the concept of the differentials to solve approximation problems
MATHEMATICS-III (STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY)
To introduce Civil Engineers the concept of statistics and probability.
Upon completing this course students should be able to:
• Calculate elementary probabilities.
• Compute probabilities related to normal random variables.
• Construct confidence intervals.
• Construct and evaluate hypothesis tests.
MATHEMATICS- IV (NUMERICAL METHODS)
The objectives of this course are:
• To introduce the principles of numerical techniques to Civil Engineering students
• To review and implement the basic principles of interpolation and polynomial approximation, numerical integration, solving simple ordinary differential equations.
• Upon completion of this course the student will be able to use numerical techniques to investigate case studies in civil engineering.
• The objective of this course is a radical departure from the conventional pattern of Islamic Studies in our schools and colleges. The purpose here is not to fill students with information about Islam, but to show how they may go about their enquiry and arrive at their own understanding of Islam. The focus, then, is on Methodology: above all, on gaining direct access to the Quran; not relying on hearsay or mindlessly accepting the interpretation of others.
• The core of the “core issues” in this course is the “Understanding of the Quran”. The course aims to build up the character of the students and intends to cover the fundamentals of Islam.
• To promote patriotism in Pakistani youth as its objective, this is a compulsory course for the students of undergraduate classes of all disciplines.
• This syllabus seeks to provide student with an understanding of the interactive internal external forces and their impact in shaping the political, economic, technological and social developments in Pakistan.
• Recognize the important events that lead to the creation of Pakistan and the real concept behind its creation.
• Quaid’s concept of a real secular and modern Islamic state.
• Examine the current situation in the light of the past.
• Appreciate various perspectives and develop their own historical understanding
• Foster the attitudes of objectivity, open mindedness and curiosity.
COMMUNICATION & INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
• The course focuses on a wide spectrum of communication and interpersonal skills. It will give interpersonal communication a new face and enable the students to communicate more effectively. These course further attempts to explain, simplify, justify and suggest solutions to what students feel, experience and ultimately communicate as individuals in their personal, social and professional aspects of life.
• For most students, it is a terrifying experience to communicate effectively, particularly when placed in an unfamiliar situation and having to communicate in a language that they are not comfortable with, for example ‘English’. This course aims to simplify communication down to its very basic level and gradually giving learners the confidence to communicate effectively in more challenging situations. Students will learn that communication is not only vital for survival but is also a very powerful tool.
• One of the basic aims of this course is to make students understand that communication is a dynamic interactive process that involves the effective transmission of facts, ideas, thoughts, feelings and values. It is not passive and does not just happen; we actively and consciously engage in communication in order to develop information and understanding required to become an effective member of society.
Students will be able to:
• Explain the advantages and disadvantages of self-disclosure.
• Demonstrate active listening skill.
• Write clearly and concisely about their own interpersonal skills
• Analyze strengths and weaknesses in their own communication styles.
• Differentiate between their public and private selves.
• Use feedback from others to communicate more effectively in conversation.
• Take responsibility for their own verbal and non-verbal acts of communication
• Explain the Johari Window process.
TECHNICAL BUSINESS WRITING
• To equip the student with such writing skills as may form useful foundation to respond with proficiency to job-seeking situation, initial office correspondence/tasks or to pursue higher education/research at postgraduate level.
• After completing the course, students would have learnt the theories and concepts that underlie effective technical communication. They will learn to collect, organize, analyze and present information in an understandable and logical order, understand the nature of non verbal communication and be able to use it effectively in oral and written presentations.
• The objectives of the course is to give the concept of Profession, Ethics, Character, Personality, Moral Code of Islam, Morality, Attitudes that Deliver, Role of Heredity and Environment in the Development of Personality and Character, Motivation and Incentives, Sociology of Profession (Work), Inter-Personal Relations (Employer---Employee relationship), Morale, Grievances, Welfare, Problem-Solving and Decision-Making.
• The outcome of this course is to grasp ideals and principles as they have been spelled out in a variety of traditional ethical systems and to apply these conceptual structures and guidelines to major problems and dilemmas of doing business and living in society. Some specific outcomes will be:
• To grasp important historical approaches to ethics.
• To gauge the impact of individual and corporate decisions on human life, society, and the environment.