Faculty of BSc
Electrical Engineering

Information theory began as a bridge from mathematics to electrical engineering and from there to computing.

Electrical Engineering has effected societal changes at the heart of the information revolution. All forms of electrical and electronic devices—both hardware and software—are a part of daily lives, whether these are in the home, personal devices, or the infrastructure of communications, information, and computation. Electrical Engineers develop electrical machines; Generators, solar panels etc. for power generation. A variety of electrical motors acting as power source for machines, cars, copters, magnetic levitation for trains. Electrical engineers use theories and tools from mathematics and physics to develop systems ranging from smart electric grids, wired and wireless communications and networking, embedded systems, integrated electronics, imaging and sensing devices, to Internet-based information technology.

Electrical Engineers at Infinity Institute of Technology innovates by conducting fundamental and applied research to develop communication and digital signal processing, microelectronics and Asic design, electric power and control system, hardware and software systems, and information technologies; it educates future academic and industry leaders; and it prepares students for careers in industry, academia, and research labs. Electronic Engineers develop computer hardware and integrate computer chips products of electrical or mechanical nature to provide control and to convert them into “smart products.”

Dr. Syed Saqib Raza

PhD Computer Science

Head of Department

Electrical Engineering is the largest branch of engineering, representing about 30 percent of the university’s graduates entering the engineering market.

The department and students thrive to innovate, research and develop products and technology for up-grading the industry to the level of “Industry 4.0” and in-return economy. The goal of this undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering is to provide students with a balance of intellectual and practical experiences that enable them to address a variety of societal needs. The program prepares students for entry-level work as Electrical engineers or for graduate study in engineering, or in another discipline, where a fundamental engineering background constitutes a desirable foundation.

The undergraduate program of Electrical Engineering (EE) is designed under the guidelines of HEC. The Department of Electrical Engineering works closely with the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

The undergraduate program of Electrical Engineering comprises of mathematics, natural sciences, humanities and management sciences, computing, fundamentals and specializations of Electrical Engineering and interdisciplinary courses. The curricula reflect the latest advances in Power Systems Engineering, Electrical Machines, Electronic Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering and Computer System Engineering. It motivates for innovation and technology development. Since electrical engineering is a broad discipline, it can act like a springboard for graduate study in business, law, medicine, political science, and other professions where understanding technology is important.

Program provide technical background for work in computer systems development, networking, telecommunication systems and devices, power plants, energy management systems, robotics automation and control, machine power and control systems, modern propulsion systems design for automobiles, flying machines, copters, radars, communication and automation systems for aircraft, home appliances and other multi disciplinary problems that concern society. Electrical Engineers have important role in the development of IoT and cyber physical systems for Industry 4.0.


“To produce responsible professional electrical engineers with real-world engineering knowledge and lifelong learning attitude to provide ethical, societal, and environmental aspects by possessing management skills to work in multi disciplinary teams”.

Courses Under Semester System
BSc Electrical Engineering

BS Degree Program: 04 Years

Credit Hours Total: 136 Cr Hrs

Semester - I

EE-111 * Linear Circuit Analysis

EE-112 * Workshop Practice

NS-113 * Applied Physics

NS-114 * Calculus & Analytical Geometry

HU-115 * Functional English

HU-116 * Islamic Studies

Semester - II

EE-121 * Electronic Devices & Circuits

EE-122 * Engineering Drawing

CS-123 * Programming Fundamentals

IDE-124 * Engineering Mechanics

NS-125 * Differential Equations

HU-126 * Pakistan Studies

Semester - III

EE-211 * Electrical Machines

EE-212 * Digital Logic Design

CS-213 * Computing Elecive

NS-214 * Complex Variables & Transforms

HU-215 * Communication Skills

Semester - IV

EE-221 * Electrical Network Analysis

EE-222 * Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

EE-223 * Signals & Systems

EE-224 * Probability Methods in Engineering

NS-225 * Linear Algebra

Semester - V

EE-311 * Linear Control Systems

EE-312 * Communication Systems

EE-313 * Electromagnetic Field Theory

IDE-314 * Applied Thermodynamics

NS-315 * Natural Science

Semester - VI

MS-321 * Management Science Elective I

HU-322 * Social Science Elective I

HU-323 * Technical Report Writing

EE-32## * Breadth Core I (Restricted Elective)

EE-32## * Breadth Core II (Restricted Elective)

Semester - VII

EE-411 * Design Project 0 3 Senior Standing

MS-412 * Management Science Elective II

HU-413 * Social Science Elective II

EE-41## * Depth Elective I

EE-41## * Depth Elective II

Semester - VIII

EE-421 * Senior Design Project

EE-42##  * Depth Elective III

EE-42## * Depth Elective IV

EE-42## * Depth Elective V