Introduction

MS in Electrical Engineering

SSUET-MS-Electrical-EnggIntroduction to various technical facilities in the workshop including mechanical and electrical equipment. Concepts in electrical safety, safety regulations, earthing concepts, electric shocks and treatment. Use of tools used by electricians, wiring regulations, types of cables and electric accessories including switches, plugs, circuit breakers, fuses etc., symbols for electrical wiring schematics e.g. switches, lamps, sockets etc., drawing and practice in simple house wring and testing methods, wiring schemes of two-way and three-way circuits and ringing circuits, voltage and current measurements. Electric soldering and soldering tools; soldering methods and skills, PCB designing, transferring a circuit to PCB, etching, drilling and soldering component on PCB testing.
Introduction to various technical facilities in the workshop including mechanical and electrical equipment. Concepts in electrical safety, safety regulations, earthing concepts, electric shocks and treatment. Use of tools used by electricians, wiring regulations, types of cables and electric accessories including switches, plugs, circuit breakers, fuses etc., symbols for electrical wiring schematics e.g. switches, lamps, sockets etc., drawing and practice in simple house wring and testing methods, wiring schemes of two-way and three-way circuits and ringing circuits, voltage and current measurements. Electric soldering and soldering tools; soldering methods and skills, PCB designing, transferring a circuit to PCB, etching, drilling and soldering component on PCB testing.

Admission Eligibility

  • To become eligible for admission in Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Program, an applicant must have completed sixteen years of schooling or 4-yeareducation after HSSC or equivalent (minimum 124 credit hours), in relevant area from HEC recognized degree awarding institutes, with following minimum CGPA of 2.5 or 60% marks (1st Division).
  • The SSUET MS Admission Test must be passed prior to admission in the MS Program.
  • Valid result of NTS GAT General Test with a minimum 50% cumulative score can be accepted in lieu of admission test.
  • An interview must be cleared that shall be conducted by the departmental Postgraduate Admission Committee.

Duration

The students are expected to complete the program in minimum two years and maximum four years.

Degree Completion Requirements

To become eligible for award of MS degree, a student must have successfully completed courses and/or thesis totaling at least 30 credit hours and have earned CGPA of at least 2.5 on a scale of 4.0.