Improving the nation’s competitiveness and energy security are now crucial to eﬃcient development and use of technology in the future. The rapid increase in energy demand has accelerated the competition to secure energy. In Pakistan, where most energy resources are imported, the development of energy resources for the future may be the key to determining the nation’s future. The Department of Energy Systems Engineering focuses on addressing this issue by fostering global energy leaders who will develop new, environment friendly technology for exploiting future energy resources.
Energy Systems Engineering is a multidisciplinary program that aims to meet the current and growing challenge of dwindling fossil fuel resources and the critical demand for alternative, renewable energy sources as a national and global priority. The program covers fundamental engineering knowledge and skills in such areas as energy generation, conversion, electrical power systems, process and energy management (buildings, transport, industry, etc.), along with modules on energy sources, energy policy, economics and associated environmental issues.
NFC-IET launched the Department of Energy Systems Engineering last year to provide a pivot to its Institutions involved in energy sector programs and to support and consolidate the various activities/projects, which make good sense for scalable and sustainable operations with a view to contribute to industry and national economy in times of energy crisis. In very short span of time, it has grown up with faculty, which is skilled in diversiﬁed areas such as Electrical Engineering, Mechanical and Process Engineering, Solar systems, Wind and Power Engineering.
The Department aims to focus on high quality teaching along with integrated laboratory experience. The department has close collaborations with other NFC-IET departments such as Electrical Engineering Department, Mechanical Engineering Department and Chemical Engineering Department that are equipped with state of the art laboratories to supplement the degree program by enabling the students to apply their theoretical knowledge to test engineering principles with eﬀective test and measuring techniques. In addition, department aims to establish more of its own designated laboratories that are under process.
Currently, it is oﬀering four years program in BSc. Energy Systems Engineering with competitive admission requirements. BSc. degree course constitutes on 136 Cr. Hours out of which 34 Cr. Hours consists of practical work. Energy Systems Engineering is an exciting and unique undergraduate program which is a ﬁrst of its kind in the country with the curriculum addressing the call for the development of alternative sources of energy and conventional fossil fuels at the undergraduate level.
Its strong and interactive curriculum, based on the recommendations of HEC and PEC, and hands on learning will make students capable of taking their career to the next level, whether it be in the professional engineering practice or in advance study. It provides excellent education in the application of the traditional blend of the core areas of Electrical, Mechanical and Process Engineering for the analysis, design and manufacturing of a wide variety of Energy Systems. The students undergo extensive course work, project work and laboratory experience during their studies.
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Objectives & Commitment
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- To produce Energy Engineers with an adequate knowledge of mathematics, sciences and energy systems engineering discipline.
- To develop the ability to use the techniques and tools for the engineering applications, to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret the results, and to design a system, component or a
- To develop the sense of professionalism, innovation and sustainable development to improve the quality of societal life and meeting the future
- To develop the ability to comprehend and alleviate the impacts of energy systems engineering practices on health, environment and
- To develop the ability to recognize the ethical responsibility and communicate eﬀectively both in oral and written to be able to thrive in team-based
The ﬁrst two years of the program are focused on fundamental engineering courses. Thereafter, one takes a series of courses that strengthen the “ Energy Systems Engineering “ concept. Fundamental energy engineering principles i n v o l v e m a t e r i a l a n d e n e r g y b a l a n c e s , thermodynamics, ﬂuid mechanics, heat and mass transfer operations, and physical and chemical processing as applied to energy industries. In addition to these engineering principles, students enroll in required courses in renewable energy principles, basic chemistry of fuels- Coal, P e t r o l e u m , n a t u r a l g a s a n d b i o m a s s ; combustion; petroleum and natural gas processing; electrochemical energy conversion; and energy conversion processes including chemical, nuclear, biological and catalytic. Students also choose departmental electives from courses such as Green Energy engineering and Environmental compliance, hydrogen and fuel cell technology, materials for energy application, physical processes in energy engineering, and air pollutants from combustion sources.
To secure a high standard and become the center of excellence in Energy Systems Engineering through outstanding teaching, innovative curricula and research training to produce skillful graduates capable of accomplishing the energy sector challenges that reﬂect the changing energy needs of society.
To instill independent engineers with suﬃcient fundamental scientiﬁc knowledge, skills in describing, formulating and analyzing the everyday problems, academic and practical knowledge application conﬁdence in the design and assessment of energy generation systems or industrial processes with considerations of productivity, feasibility and environmental and social aspects leading to the sustainable growth of the society.
|Dr. M. Kamran Liaqat Bhatti||Associate Professor(HoD)|
|Dr. Safdar Raza||Assistant Professor|
|Dr. Zunaib||Assistant Professor|
|Dr. M. Siddique||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Abdul Rauf||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Abid Hussain||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Makhdoom Naeem||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Abdul Mannan||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. M. Nawaz Joiya||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Tehreem Awan||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Serosh Karim Noon||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Mujahid Hussain||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Zeeshan Raza||Assistant Professor|
|Engr. Ameer Abbas||Lecturer|
|Engr. Jawaria Maqbool||Lecturer|
|Engr. M. Ahsan Javad||Lecturer|
|Engr. Tahir Mahmood||Lecturer|
B.Sc. Petroleum & Gas Engineering
|HM-101||Pakistan Studies||3||MT-102||Business Mathemati s-II||3|
|HM-102||Functi nal English-I||3||BBA-103||Macro Economics||3|
|MT-101||Business Mathemati s-I||3||HM-104||Functi nal English-II||3|
|HM-103||Introducton to Coomputg||3||BBA-104||Introducton to Sociology||3|
|BBA-101||Micro Economics||3||BBA-105||Principles of Management||3|
|BBA-102||Introducton to Psychology||3||HM-105||Islamic Studies||3|
|Total Credits||18||Total Credits||18|
|BBA-201||Financial Accounti g-I||3||BBA-205||Financial Accounti g-II||3|
|BBA-202||Fundamentals of Marketng||3||BBa-206||Environmental Management System||3|
|BBA-203||Business Communicaton -I||3||MT-202||Business Statsstics-II||3|
|MT-201||Business Statsstics-I||3||BBA-207||Business & Labor Laws||3|
|HM-201||Criti al Thinking & Logic||3||BBA-208||Business Communicaton -II||3|
|BBA204||Human Resource Management||3||BBA-209||Business Finance||3|
|Total Credits||18||Total Credits||18|
|BBA-301||Cost & Management Accounti g||3||BBA-306||Entrepreneurship||3|
|BBA-302||Marketin Management||3||BBA-307||Business Ethics||3|
|BBA-303||Organizati nal Behavior||3||BBA-308||Principles of Commercial Banking||3|
|BBA-304||Management Informaton System||3||BBA-309||Financial Management||3|
|BBA-305||Producti n & Operaaons
|3||BBA-310||Major Issues in Pakistan Economy||3|
|Internship (Non Credit)|
|Total Credits||15||Total Credits||15|
|BBA-401||Business Research Method||3||BBA-404||Total Quality Management||3|
|BBA-402||Inventio in Job Skills||3||BBA-405||Business Policy||3|
|BBA-403||Internati nal Business Management||3||BBA-406||Research Project||3|
|Electve -I||3||Electve -III||3|
|Electve -II||3||Electve -IV||3|
|Total Credits||15||Total Credits||15|