The 21st century is envisioned as an era of Biotechnology and Applied Microbiology. Remarkable achievements have been made in the field of science in general, and life sciences in particular, during recent decades. The industrial biotechnology is one of the promising fields that have the potential to address some of the world’s greatest challenges, such as feeding a growing population and offering new alternatives to our scarce natural resources. Although there is a long way to go, if industrial biotechnology reaches its full potential it has the potential to impact the world.

The products of industrial biotechnology include a variety of everyday products such as alcoholic beverages, organic acids, enzymes, detergents, amino acids, baker’s yeast, bioplastics, health care products, biofuel and biodiesel. The impact of industrial biotechnology improving the quality of life is obvious by the fact that the global biotechnology industry has grown to reach revenue of $338 billion in 2018. The global biotechnology market is expected to reach $727.1 billion by 2025.

Realizing the immense economic potential of industrial biotechnology, Institute of Industrial Biotechnology (IIB) was set up in 2005 at GC University Lahore under a grant of Rs. 48.087 million from Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. IIB is a vibrant institute which has gained a good repute in the University and the society due to its strong commitment to excellence both in research and teaching during the last five years.

The aim of IIB is to develop indigenous experts in Microbiology and Biotechnology. This will increase employment opportunities for qualified students both in industrial research and development markets. The manpower will be highly instrumental in developing in-house technologies for the production of various industrial products at National and International level. The Institute has adopted an integrated approach embracing the view that tomorrow’s breakthroughs are likely to occur at the interface of traditional and advanced biological subdivisions. The aim is well served by the amalgamation of all the related disciplines of Microbiology and Biotechnology. The learning process at IIB comprises of a combination of lectures (theory & practical), seminars/presentations, research projects, internships in various industries, industrial study tours, self-directed readings and independent studies.


The Department holds following sophisticated labs with state-of-the-art equipment:

Research Journal
Electronic Lab
Communication System Lab
Signal Processing Lab
Embedded Systems Lab
Logic Design Lab
Data Communication and Networks Lab
Power Electronics and Electrical Machines Lab
Computer Lab
Workshop and Drawing Hall


The Mission statement of IIB is the: “Initiate enthusiastic endeavors to establish strong foundation for pursuing excellence in the rapidly advancing integrated fields of Biotechnology and Microbiology.”

Programme Aim

Electrical Engineering is a profession that uses science, technology, and problem-solving skills to design, construct, and maintain products, services, and information systems. An electrical engineer may choose to couple the technical aspects of a position with management responsibilities. The requirement of technical expertise for today’s manager has significantly increased because of the explosion of knowledge in all engineering disciplines.

A Bachelor of Science degree in engineering with a specialty in electrical engineering may also serve as a starting point for careers in many other diverse fields, ranging from business to law, medicine, and politics, since the problem-solving skills acquired in an electrical engineering programme provide an extraordinarily valuable asset that serves as a solid foundation to progress in any field. In addition to the primary fields of electrical, electronics, and computer engineering, a Bachelors degree in electrical engineering serves as an appropriate base for several allied fields. These include, for example, biomedical engineering, computer science, and aerospace engineering.

Some of the potential employers in Pakistan include:

  • Power Sector: NTDC, PEPCO, LESCO, GEPCO, Kohinoor Energy (Pvt) Ltd and Orient Energy Systems etc.
  • Telecommunication Sector: PTCL, Ericsson, Huawei, Ufone, Telenor, Mobilink and Wateen etc.
  • Defence Sector: NESCOM, Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (Kamra) and HMC Taxila etc.
  • Consumer Electronics: PEL, Samsung, Sony, Dawlance, Mitsubishi and Haier etc.
  • Other Engineering Companies: Pak-American Fertilizers, Packages Ltd, NESPAK and Pioneer Cement Industry etc.


Following three research groups have been established in the Department:

  • System Level Integration
  • Robotics and Intelligent Systems
  • Signal Processing

1. BSc Electrical Engineering
2. MS Electrical Engineering (Evening) with Specializations in:

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Control Engineering
  • Telecommunication Engineering

BSc Electrical Engineering

The four years BSc Electrical Engineering programme was initiated in 2006 to meet the demand for qualified and skilled personnel in industry. The area is vital for normal working and growth of Pakistan’s economy where there is an acute shortage of competent and qualified manpower. In line with the tradition of GC University, this degree programme is run by well-qualified and competent faculty and staff members. This programme is primarily intended for students who have just completed their Intermediate education and are aspiring to gain professional competence and qualifications in Electrical Engineering.


The objectives of this degree programme are:

  • To develop in depth understanding of both theory and practice.

  • To develop the ability to reason with the knowledge to apply it to new problems as they arise in industry and research.
  • To make students aware of the social, technical and economic issues as they relate to electronics and telecommunications.
  • To provide exposure to leading edge technologies as they develop in the current research.
  • To cater for both national and international standards and codes of practice.

Admission in BSc Electrical Engineering

Admission is open to Pakistani male and female candidates and there is no age restriction. The applicants will be selected for admission on the basis of merit. A candidate having any of the following minimum qualifications can apply:

  • HSSC (Pre-Engineering).
  • HSSC (Pre-Medical) with Mathematics as an additional subject.
  • GCSE/A-Levels or an equivalent foreign qualification.
  • BSc Degree (with Physics and Mathematics) from a recognized institution.
  • Diploma of Associate Engineer/BTech.(Pass) in Electrical / Electronics / Instrument Technology / Telecom / Avionics / IT / Precision Mechanical & Instrument / Radar Technology / Radio Technology / Automation / Instrumentation Process Control.

The applicant must meet the following general requirements to be eligible for admission to the BSc in Electrical Engineering Degree Programme. These requirements are applicable to all categories of admission:

  • The applicant should have obtained at least 60% marks in Intermediate or Diploma of Associate Engineers/BTech. (Pass) in Electrical or Electronics or Instrument Technology/ Telecom / Avionics / IT / Precision Mechanical & Instrument / Radar Technology / Radio Technology / Automation / Instrumentation Process Control.
  • The applicant must have passed the entry test for admission to engineering institutions, arranged by the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, for the academic session to which the applicant is seeking admission.
  • The applicant should not have 3rd division throughout his/her academic career.
  • Admission against the seats reserved for the holders of Diploma of Associate Engineer (DAE) will be considered, provided that the candidate has passed the Diploma examination in the relevant technology from a recognised Board of Technical Education.

  • Admission against seats reserved for the holders of BTech (Pass) Degree will be considered only if the Degree is in the relevant technology.

  • The candidate must have passed Physics and Mathematics as a part of his BSc Degree from a recognised institution
  • The candidate must have passed his/her Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Examination in either Pre-Engineering or Pre-Medical group.

The University accepts the following foreign examinations as equivalent to the HSSC (Pre Engineering) Examination:

  • HSSC (Pre-Engineering) Examination of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Azad Jamu Kashmir (AJK).
  • Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • British General Certificate of Education (A-Level) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • American High School Graduation Diploma (12th Grade) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

The following marks will be used in determining the merit for admission:

a. Marks of entry test and the marks of the following examinations, as applicable:

  • Intermediate Certificate Examination (Pre-Engineering) or equivalent
  • Diploma of Associate Engineer in Electrical or Electronics or Instrument Technology

b. Marks of BSc Degree (with Physics, Mathematics A and Mathematics B) Marks of BTech. (Pass) Degree.

c. These marks will be adjusted to give credit for Hafiz-e-Quran or deduction for exams passed by parts (if applicable).

A maximum of 20 marks will be added to the academic marks in Intermediate or equivalent examination of an applicant who is a Hafiz-e-Quran. S/he will get the benefit only if he/she has:

  • Filled in the necessary column provided in the Application Form and
  • Appeared in and passed the Hafiz-e-Quran test and interview carrying 10 marks each, arranged by this University

If an applicant has passed any examination by parts, 10 marks will be deducted for that examination while calculating the composite score for merit.

In determining the merit of an applicant having Intermediate (Pre-Medical) with Mathematics as an additional subject:

  • It is deemed that she/he has passed the examination by parts.
  • The marks obtained in the subject of Biology are replaced by those obtained in Mathematics.

Computation of Composite Score

The merit of applicants will be determined by calculating a composite score by combining various grades in different proportions as detailed below:

HSSC (Pre-Engineering) or equivalent including Hafiz-e-Quran marks 70%
Entry Test Marks 30%
BSc 35%
Intermediate or equivalent exam including Hafiz-e-Quran marks 35%
Entry Test Marks 30%
Diploma of Associate Engineer including Hafiz-e-Quran marks 70%
Entry Test Marks 30%


BTech (Pass) 35%
Diploma of Associate Engineer including Hafiz-e-Quran marks 35%
Entry Test Marks 30%

Determination of Merit in Case of Equal Composite Score

If two or more applicants have equal composite score (rounded to 3 decimal places), they shall be treated at par for the purpose of admission. In case there is a tie for the last seat, then all the candidates who have secured equal composite scores shall be granted admission. However, no transfer or new entry shall be considered unless the actual number of candidates already admitted falls below the number of seats allocated for that discipline/category.

MS Electrical Engineering (Evening) with Specializations

Embedded systems, robots and computer numerical controlled machines are rapidly replacing conventional domestic and industry equipment and appliances. Even a modern automobile has got built-in microcontrollers for optimum control and fault diagnostics. The design and development of these applications requires sound knowledge in areas like Mechatronics and Control Engineering, Computer Engineering and Electronic Engineering. The implementation of LTE and other emerging advanced wireless and broadband technologies, which opened new horizons and has created the applications of telecommunications in areas like security and surveillance, medicine and education world over, is still awaited in Pakistan. The primary reason for this loss, apart from law and order situation, is the comparatively higher cost of the projects because of unavailability of telecom R&D sector in Pakistan. This deficiency can only be met with by producing professional telecommunication engineers of high caliber in the country. Realizing these facts, GC University Lahore initiated MS Electrical Engineering Programme with the following specializations:

  • Electronic Engineering
  • Control Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Telecommunication Engineering

Admission Procedure for MS Electrical Engineering (Evening)

Candidate having of the following minimum qualifications can apply:

BSc Engineering/BE Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Telecom Engineering

BSc Engineering/BE Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering

BSc Engineering/BE Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics & Control Engineering

BSc Engineering/BE Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering

In case of degree titles other than those mentioned above, the suitability of specialization will be determined by the Departmental Admission Committee.

Determination of Merit (MS Electrical Engineering)

The merit of applicants will be determined by calculating a composite score by combining various grades in the following proportions:

Graduate Assessment Test Marks 60%
Academic Record 15%
Interview 25%


Documents to Accompany Application

A candidate for admission to this degree programme may obtain application form for admission from the designated branches of banks as advertised in the Notice for Admission and may apply through the same branches. One photocopy (except when notified otherwise) of each of the following documents must accompany the duly filled in application form:

  • Secondary School Certificate or equivalent
  • Intermediate Certificate or equivalent
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Recent Photograph (four copies)
  • Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC)

Award of Degree (MS Electrical Engineering)

The candidate must earn at least 36 credit hours by passing the courses in approved curriculum set for this Degree including 12 credit hours of project to qualify for the award of MS in Electrical Engineering Degree.


Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EF-1102 Workshop Practice  1
HS-1102/HS-1103 Islamic Studies / Ethics  2
HS-1104 Functional English  3
IE-xxxx Interdisciplinary Engineering Course- I  3
GS-1102 Calculus and Analytical Geometry  3
GS-1201 Applied Physics  3
GS-1201P Applied Physics  1
CS-1202 Introduction to Computing  1
CS-1202P Introduction to Computing  1
EF-1101 Linear Circuit Analysis  3
EF-1101P Linear Circuit Analysis  1
EF-1201 Engineering Drawing  1
HS-1101 Communication Skills  3
HS-1202 Pakistan Studies  2
SS- xxxx Social Sciences-I  3
FL- xxxx Foreign Language
GS-1202 Linear Algebra  3
CS-2102 Programming Fundamentals  2
CS-2102P Programming Fundamentals  1
EF-2202 Digital Logic Design  3
EF-2202P Digital Logic Design  1
EF-2203 Electrical Network Analysis  3
EF-2203P Electrical Network Analysis  1
GS-2101 Differential Equations  3
SS- xxxx Social Sciences – II  3
EF-2102 Electronic Devices and Circuits  3
EF-2102P Electronic Devices and Circuits  1
EF-2204 Probability Methods in Engineering  3
CS-2201 Data Structures and Algorithms  3
CS-2201P Data Structures and Algorithms  1
MS-2201 Professional Practice  3
IE- xxxx Interdisciplinary Engineering Course-II  3
EF-2201 Electrical Machines  3
EF-2201P Electrical Machines  1
EF-3102 Microprocessor Systems  3
EF-3102P Microprocessor Systems  1
EE-3101 Signals & Systems  3
EE-3101P Signals & Systems  1
GS- xxxx General Science Elective – I  3
MS-3101 Engineering Economics and Management  3
EE-2201 Electromagnetic Field Theory  3
EE-3204 Communication Systems  3
EE-3204P Communication Systems  1
EE – xxxx Breadth Core – I  3+1
EE – xxxx Depth Elective – I  3
GS – xxxx General Science Elective – II  3
HS-4101 Technical Writing  3
EE-4101 Linear Control Systems  3
EE-4101P Linear Control Systems  1
EE – xxxx Breadth Core – II  3+1
EE – xxxx Depth Elective – II  3+1
EE-4299 Senior Design Project-I  3
EE-xxxx Depth Elective-III  3+1
EE-xxxx Depth Elective-IV  3+1
EE-xxxx Depth Elective-V  3+1
EE-4299 Senior Design Project-II  3
Elective Courses
Interdisciplinary Engineering Courses
IE-1101 Basic Mechanical Engineering  3
IE-3201 Applied Thermodynamics  3
IE-3202 Theory of Machines  3
1. Power Systems Engineering

2. Communication/Telecommunication Engineering

3. Electronic Engineering

EF-2101 Instrumentation and Measurements  3+1
EF-3101 Probability & Statistics for Engineers  3+1
EE-3102 Power Electronics  3+1
EE-3103 Digital Electronics  3+1
EE-3201 Microprocessor Based Systems  3+1
EE-3202 Introduction to Power Engineering  3+1
EE-3203 Data Communication & Computer Networks  3+1
EE-4102 Optical Fiber Communication  3+1
EE-4103 Digital Signal Processing  3+1
EE-4104 Wave Propagation and Antennas  3+1
EE-4201 Microwave Communication  3+1
1. Power Systems Engineering

2. Communication/Telecommunication Engineering

3. Electronic Engineering

EE-4202 Mobile Communication  3+1
EE-4203 Satellite Communication  3+1
EE-4204 Telecommunication Management  3+1
EE-4205 Multimedia Communication  3+1
EE-4206 Advanced Electrical Machine Design  3+1
EE-4207 Advanced Electrical Machines  3+1
EE-4208 Analog and Digital Communication Systems  3+1
EE-4209 Antenna Theory and Design  3+1
EE-4210 Computer Communication Networks (Breadth Core – II)  3+1
EE-4211 Digital Communication  3+1
EE-4212 Digital Control Systems  3+1
EE-4213 Digital Image Processing  3+1
EE-4214 Electrical Power Transmission  3+1
EE-42I5 Electronic Circuit Design (Breadth Core – I)  3+1
EE-4216 FPGA Based Systems  3+1
EE-4217 High Voltage Engineering  3+1
EE-4218 Industrial Electronics  3+1
EE-4219 Information Theory and Coding  3+1
EE-4220 Integrated Electronic Circuits  3+1
EE-4221 Introduction to Nano Technology  3+1
EE-4222 Mobile and Pervasive Computing  3+1
EE-4223 Mobile and Wireless Communication  3+1
EE-4224 Navigation and Radar Systems  3+1
EE-4225 Optical Communication  3+1
EE-4226 Opto-Electronics  3+1
EE-4227 PLC and Industrial Drives  3+1
EE-4228 Power Distribution and Utilization  3+1
EE-4229 Power Generation  3+1
EE-4230 Power System Analysis  3+1
EE-4231 Power system Protection  3+1
EE-4232 Power System Stability & Control  3+1
EE-4233 Renewable Energy Systems  3+1
EE-4234 RF and Microwave Engineering  3+1
EE-4235 Satellite Engineering  3+1
EE-4236 Solid State Devices  3+1
EE-4237 Transmission and Switching Systems  3+1
EE-4238 VLSI Design  3+1
EE-4239 Wireless and Mobile Communication  3+1
General Science Elective Courses
GS-1101 Applied Calculus  3
GS-2201 Complex Variable and Transforms  3
GS-3101 Numerical Analysis  3
GS-3102 Multivariable Calculus  3
GS-3103 Discrete Mathematics  3
GS-3104 Chemistry  3
GS-3105 Biology  3
Social Science Courses
HS-1201 Engineering Ethics  3
SS-1101 Sociology and Development  3
SS-1102 Social Anthropology  3
SS-1103 Psychology and Human Behavior  3
SS-1104 Professional Psychology  3
SS-1105 Organizational Behavior  3
SS-1106 Introduction to Sociology  3
SS-1107 Critical Thinking  3
SS-1108 Introduction to Philosophy  3
Management Courses
MS-1201 Engineering Economics  3
MS-1202 Entrepreneurship  3
MS-1203 Principles of Management  3
MS-2101 Engineering Management  3
Foreign Languages
FL-1101 German  3
FL-1102 French  3
FL-1103 Arabic  3
FL-1104 Persian  3
FL-1105 Turkish  3
FL-1106 Mandarin  3
Computer Science Courses
CS-1201 Computer Fundamentals  3
CS-2101 Object Oriented Programming  3
Year – 1
Semester I
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-7101 Advanced Techniques of Engineering Analysis 3
EE-7102 Advanced Digital Communications 3
EE-7103 Chaos Theory 3
EE-7104 Control of DC Machines Drive 3
EE-7105 Image and Video Processing 3
Semester – II
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-7201 Advanced Computer Networks 3
EE-7202 Advanced Operating Systems 3
EE-7203 Digital Control Systems 3
EE-7204 FPGA-Based System Design 3
EE-7205 Mobile and Wireless Communication 3
EE-7206 Optimization Techniques 3
EE-7207 Stochastic Processes 3
EE-7208 Machine Learning 3
EE-7209 Telecom Systems and Networks 3
Year – 2
Semester III & IV
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
EE-7499 Thesis 12


Engr. Dr. Junaid Zafar
PhD (University of Manchester, UK),
MS Electrical Engineering (University of Manchester, UK)
BS Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore)


Engr. Prof. Dr Noor Muhammad Sheikh
PhD Electrical Engineering (UET, Lahore)


Engr. Dr. S. M. Haider Aejaz
Ph.D (JKU, Austria)
MS Electrical Engineering ( UET Lahore)
BS Electrical Engineering.(UET Lahore)

Assistant Professor

Engr. Nouman Shabbir
PhD (cont’d),
MS Electrical Engineering  (BTH, Sweden)
BS Computer Engineering (COMSATS, Lahore)

Assistant Professor

Engr. Afshan Batool
MS Electrical Engineering (UET, Lahore)
BS Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore),


Engr. Amna Ehsan
MS Telecommunication Engineering (FAST-NU, Lahore),
BS Telecommunication Engineering (FAST-NU, Lahore)


Engr. M. Naveed Iqbal
PhD (cont’d)
MS Energy Systems (UNSW, Australia)
BS Electronics Engineering (Islamia University Bhawalpur)


Engr. Asma Mushtaq
MS Electrical Engineering(UET, Lahore)
BS Electronics Engineering. (Lahore College for Women University),


Engr. Sumbel Ijaz
MS Electrical Engineering (UET, Lahore),
BS Electrical Engineering (UET Lahore),


Engr. Ateeq-ur-Rehman
PhD (cont’d),
MS Electrical Engineering (BTH, Sweden),
BS Electrical Engineering (COMSAT, Lahore)


Engr. Zainib Tanveer
MS Electrical Engineering (GCU Lahore)
BS Electrical Engineering (GCU Lahore)


Engr. Syed Rizwan Hassan
PhD (cont’d),
MS Electrical Engineering (GCU, Lahore),
BS Telecommunication Engineering (GCU, Faisalabad)


Engr. Shan-Ur-Rahman
MS Electrical Engineering (Cont’d)
BS Telecommunication Engineering (FAST-NU, Lahore)


Ayesha Karamat
M.Phill Political Science (GCU, Lahore)
B.Sc.Political Science (LCWU, Lahore)


Engr. Khurram M. Butt*
M.Sc. Engg (UET, Lahore),
BSc Mechatronics Engg.(UET Lahore)
*(On Study leave)

Assistant Professor

Other Staff

Engr. Arslan Haider
MS Electrical Engineering (GCU, Lahore)
B.Sc. Electronic Engineering (IUB, Bahawalpur)

Lab Engineer

Engr. Habib Ur Rehman
MS Electrical Engineering (GCU Lahore)
B.Sc. Electronic Engineering (Muhammd Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad)

Lab Engineer

Engr. Muhammad Saad Rana
BS Electrical Engineering (PU, Lahore)

Lab Engineer

Engr. Ali Hassan
MS Electrical Engineering (GCU Lahore) Contd….
B.Sc. Electronic Engineering (IUB, Bahawalpur )

Lab Engineer

Engr. Usman Mustafa
MS Electrical Engineering (GCU Lahore) Contd….
B.Sc. Electronic Engineering (University of Lahore)

Lab Engineer

Waseem Mujahid
M.Sc . Entrepreneurship & SME Management (GCU Lahore)

Office Manager

Juniad Fayyaz
MCS (Superior University)

Computer Programmer

Mr. Noman Yaqoob
MSc. Telecommunication (GCU, Lahore)

Data Processor

Mehr Muhammad Asif
MSc. Telecommunication (GCU, Lahore)

Sub Engineer

Muhammad Sajid
DAE Electronics

Sub Engineer