Bachelors in Chemical Engineering
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PKR 6,000/- per Semester
The Bachelor’s degree course has been designed accordingly to train the students in all these fields including the basic subjects such as English and Chemistry and more specialized subjects of chemical engineering. Well-equipped and relevant laboratories have also been established in the Department for the practical training of the students. In addition, industrial tours to chemical and biochemical industries are organized for the students in order to expose them to real plants working conditions.
The candidates who have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC/HSSC) Pre-Engineering Examination or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and
Degree requirements for this program are:
- Mathematics in Annual Examination 2014 or earlier up to Annual Examination of 2012 and have secured at least 60% marks or B-Grade from any recognized Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan or from foreign countries, are eligible to apply for admission. The candidates who have passed Intermediate (General Science Group) in Annual Examination 2014 or earlier up to Annual Examination of 2012 and have secured at least 60% marks or B-Grade are also eligible for their admission only in Computer Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering and they will not claim their admission in any other discipline. Candidates who have passed Intermediate (Pre-Medical Group) in Annual Examination 2014 or earlier up to Annual Examination of 2012 and have secured at least 60% marks or B-Grade are eligible for their admission only in Bio-Medical Engineering and they will not claim their admission in any other discipline. The candidates who have passed the above examinations or equivalent examinations before Annual Examination 2012 shall not be eligible for admission.
Our course concentrates on the scientific principles that underpin modern chemical and biochemical engineering. The aim is to produce graduates that meet the needs of today's process industries by providing technical competence, training in transferable skills, and a thorough understanding of the subject. The underlying theory is complemented by a series of lectures and projects that teach process design and chemical product design. We have strong links with industry. The course is supported by a consortium of 10 industrial companies which provide input on content and assist with teaching. These links also mean that there are opportunities for vacation placements with some of the world's top companies. You will have to complete a thesis related to your course to receive a degree of doctorate.