Department of Electrical Engineering

Introduction

The Department of Electrical Engineering of Rachna College of Engineering and Technology (RCET), Gujranwala, is one of the premier electrical engineering education and research departments of the area. Since its inception in 2003, it has grown leaps and bounds and continuously striving for excellence. The department consists of experienced faculty, well-equipped classrooms and state of the art lab facilities. The department offers a four year comprehensive undergraduate program of B.Sc. Electrical Engineering, which is fully accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC).

The department is fully operational with the latest experimental and computational facilities for taking up R & D and consultancy activities in various fields. The research interests of the faculty members encompass a wide gamut of sub-disciplines of Electrical Engineering. Collaboration with faculty members from other disciplines, both within and outside the institute, is encouraged. The lab facilities and the infrastructure are regularly upgraded and are well supported by the institute. Throughout the four-year program, students are encouraged to use their creativity and problem solving skills to explore and think about the unique problems in the world of electrical engineering.

The department is respectfully recognized at national and international platforms through its accomplished alumni, research publications and representation of its dedicated faculty members as invited speakers, delegates, subject experts, reputed journal reviewers, members of expert committees etc. The Department of Electrical Engineering is committed to grow further as a socially responsible and research oriented centre of learning.

Programs Offered

  • BSc (Hons) Electrical Engineering

Eligibility Criteria

  • At least 60% marks in F.Sc. / DAE/ B.Sc. / B.Tech. (Pass) Examination (excluding Sports and Hafiz-e-Quran marks)
  • An entry test arranged by this University for that particular Academic Session in which he seeks admission.
  • He should have at least 60% adjusted admission marks determined as per clause 3 of the prospectus.
  • Domicile of the area from where he seeks admission
  • Medical certificate.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The program educational objectives for the Electrical engineering program describe accomplishments that graduates are expected to attain within four years of graduation. Following are the PEOs defined for this program.

PEO1: Utilize their skills and knowledge to solve real world Electrical Engineering problems.
PEO2: Demonstrate social and ethical responsibility in their professional careers.
PEO3: Pursue professional careers through continuous improvement in technical, managerial and communication skills.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

PLOs at Electrical Engineerng Department.

PLO-01 Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PLO-02 Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
PLO-03 Design/Development of Solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PLO-04 Investigation: An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.
PLO-05 Modern Tool Usage: An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
PLO-06 The Engineer and Society: An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.
PLO-07 Environment and Sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
PLO-08 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
PLO-09 Individual and Team Work: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.
PLO-10 Communication: An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PLO-11 Project Management: An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply engineering principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.
PLO-12 Life-long Learning: An ability to recognize importance of, and pursuing life-long learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

16 Faculty Members

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Dr. Haroon Farooq (Chairman)
Associate Professor.
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92 0300-6428344
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Dr Atta ur Rahman
Assistant Prof.
  • PhD Electrical Engineering (Glasgow Caledonian University, UK)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92 0321-5275945
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Dr Tayyab Mehmood
Assistant Prof.
  • PhD Electrical Engineering (Kaist, South Korea)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr Adnan Bashir
Assistant Prof.
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92
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Muhammad Rehan Arif
Assistant Prof.
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr Moazzam Shehzad
Assistant Prof.
  • MS Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr Waqas Ali
Lecturer
  • MS Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Taxila)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr Irzam Shahid
Lecturer
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (In progress From UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (Punjab University Lahore)
[email protected]
+923466206606
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Engr Muhammad Usama
Lecturer
  • MS Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UCP Lahore)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr. Salman Tariq
Lecturer
  • PhD Electrical Engineering (In progress From UET Lahore)
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Taxila)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Taxila)
@uet.edu.pk
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Engr. Saira Arif
Lecturer
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Taxila)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
@uet.edu.pk
+92
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Engr. Umais Tayyeb
Lecturer
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (KFUPM, KSA)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (NUST Islamabad)
@uet.edu.pk
+92
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Engr. Hira Jamal
Lecturer
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (NUST Islamabad)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (NUST Islamabad)
[email protected]
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Engr Waqas Javeed (On Study Leave)
Assistant Prof.
  • PhD Electrical Engineering (In progress From Glasgow Caledonian University, UK)
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (BZU Multan)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr Naveed Akhtar (On Study Leave)
Assistant Prof.
  • PhD Electrical Engineering (In progress From University of Malaya, Malaysia)
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Taxila)
[email protected]
+92
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Engr Muhammad Usman Aslam (On Studey Leave)
Assistant Prof.
  • MSc Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
  • BS (Hons) Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)
[email protected]
+92

10 Labs

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Semiconductor Devices Lab

  • G.P Oscilloscope (20 MHz + 40 MHz Kenwood)
  • G.P Oscilloscope (100 MHz, 3 Channel, CS-5405 Kenwood)
  • Function Generators (15 MHz + 5 MHz)
  • Digital & Analog Multimeters
  • Tool Box (PCB Drill, Cutter, Tweezer, Soldering Iron)
  • Bread Boards, Soldering Stations (Goot Japan)
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Communication Lab

  • G.P Oscilloscope (20MHz Model CS-4125A, Double Channel, Double Trace Kenwood)
  • Function Generator (5 MHz, Pintek FG-52)
  • Power Supply Units DC (5V fixed, 30V, 5A (Dual) Model MPS-3005L-3 Matrix)
  • Digital Multimeters Soldering Stations
  • Microwave Test Bench
  • Digital Communication Trainer (ED-2900)
  • Communication Trainers (RIMS, DEV 2786n)
  • Spectrum Analyzer (GSP 810)
  • Digital Multimeter (CM 1200c)
  • Oscilloscope (ATTN AT 7328)
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Power Electronics Lab

Incharge Engr. Rehan Arif
  • Digital Multimeters
  • AC Variable Frequency Drives
  • Clamp Meter
  • Digital Frequency Meter
  • DC Variable Frequency Derive
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Power Electronic Trainer (IPC 550)
  • PLC Trainer (PTS-T100)
  • Phase Sequence Indicators
  • Three Phase Transformer (500VA + 1500VA)
  • Single Phase Transformer
  • Soldering Stations, Power Supplies
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Microprocessors System Lab

  • Intel Architecture Based u-Controller Trainer
  • Microprocessor Interface Trainer
  • Advanced Digital Trainer
  • Digital Training Board
  • Intel Galileo Board
  • Universal programming super pro
  • Tiva C-Series Launchpad
  • Intel core i5 computers
  • Raspberry pi 3 with LCD
  • Arduino kit, sensor kit, camera, gyroscope, accelerometer, motor etc.
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Control Systems Lab

  • Digital Multimeter (Modal UT 33A UNI-T)
  • Soldering Station (Model AT 936-ATTEN)
  • Synthesized Function Signal Generator (SG-1643)
  • Analog General Purpose Oscilloscope (MCP CQ5100, 100MHz and 20MHz)
  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope (MCP DQ70125, 100MHZ)
  • DC Power supply (Model RXN 303D, VOLT 30, 3A ZHAOXIN CHINA)
  • Servo Fundamental Trainer (Modal 33-001 Feedback Uk)
  • Modular Servo System (MK150)
  • SMD Soldering Station (Model At 850B)
  • Projector (Model Acer DLP 1160)
  • Personal Computer
  • Laptop (Dell)
  • Scanner (Model Hp G2410)
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Analog and Digital Electronics Lab

Incharge Engr. Waqas Ali
  • Analogue Multi meter (Model-PP-YF-303)
  • Power Project Board (PP-272)
  • Regulated DC Power Supply 30V, 3A(MCH-303B)
  • Precision Instrument Function Generator (3MHZ)
  • Hand held Digital Multimeter (GDM-542)
  • PN Junction Diode characteristics Apparatus (CEE-2033)
  • Verification of Network Theorem Trainer (CEE-2200)
  • ESD Safe SMD reworks Soldering Station (KADA-852)
  • Digital Analogue Electronics Trainer (IT-400)
  • Integrated Electronics Trainer IT-2000)
  • Integrated Electronics Trainer (IT-2006)
  • RIMS Trainer DEV-2785
  • Digital Lab Trainer IDL-800
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Computer Lab

  • 20 PCs (Specs: Processor Dual Core 2.2 GHz), RAM 2 GB, Hard Disk 160 GB, and Display LG TFT 17 inch)
  • MATLAB, ETAP, MULTISIM, PSPICE, DSCH, PROTIUS, XILINX, MODELSIM, NETBEANS Software/Tools installed on each PC
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Circuits and Instrumentation Lab

  • Analog Multimeter Modal (1109)
  • Bread Board
  • Digital Multimeters
  • DC Power Supply (Mps 30051-3)
  • Function Generator
  • Electrodynamic Wattmeter (ST-2000)
  • Techometer
  • Hydrometer (DT-8860)
  • LRC Meter (YF-78)
  • Moving Iron Ampermeter (j-0407)
  • Oscilloscopes (GS-4125A, 100MHz, 20-40MHz)
  • Portable VAR Meter (SF-96)
  • LCR Bridge
  • Single & Three Phase Transformer
  • Soldering Iron
  • Sound Level Meter
  • Three Phase Energy Meter
  • Moving Iron Voltmeter
  • Thermo meter
  • Strain Guage Trainer
  • Humidity Temperature Meter
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Power and Machines Lab

Incharge Engr Rehan Arif
  • Electromechanical Trainer System with Data Acquisition M/S Lab Volt Canada
  • AC Variable Speed Drive Trainer Lab Volt Model 3260
  • DC Variable Speed Drive Model 3250-15
  • AC/DC Motor Generator Set Model IPC-2100MG
  • Transformer Trainer Model IPC 314-T
  • Transformer Module PEL Single Phase 230v/50A
  • Power Analyzer DW-6091
  • DC Variable Power Supply 0-30 V 5A
  • Distribution Transformer 11kv/440v
  • Digital Multimeter UT-33
  • Meggar 1000 Ohms
  • Work Station LCD 32 inch with Quad Core PC System
  • Resistive Load Banks
  • Inductive Load Banks
  • Capacitive Load Banks
  • Multimedia
  • Digital LCR meter UNI-T600
  • Clamp meter 1000A
  • Earth Resistance Tester
  • Energy meter Single Phase PEL
  • Wattmeter Digital & Analogue Sew
  • Winding Machines
  • Data Acquisition Module Lab View Single Phase Metering
  • Transmission Line Module 380kV & 77kV
  • Radial & Ring Main Simulator Module
  • Different Feeder Distribution Scheme Module
  • Scanner HP Scan jet G2410
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Project Lab

  • DC power supply (07)
  • Function Generator (02)
  • Oscilloscope 20MHz (05)
  • Heat Gun / sucker (02)
  • Multimeter (07)
  • PCB Drill Machine and kit (01)
  • Soldering Iron (05)
  • Glue Gun with Accessories (02)
  • PCB Boards (10)
  • Project Board (10)
  • Wire Cutter, Screw Driver, Pliers, Tool kit etc.

123 Students Graduated, 264 Registered

SessionGraduated StudentsGold MedalsRegistered Students
2020-2024--45
2019-2023--42
2018-2022--44
2017-2021--36
2016-202044--
2015-2019--33
2014-2018--40
2013-2017--24
2012-201625--
2011-201512--
2010-2014101-
2009-201320--
2008-201212--
13 Batches1231264