Faculty of BSc
Industrial Engineering

Engineers make things. Industrial Engineers make things better.

Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, analysis, and control of production and service operations and systems. In the past, an industrial engineer worked in a manufacturing plant and was involved with the operating efficiency of workers and machines. Today, industrial engineers are more broadly concerned with productivity and all of the technical problems of production management and control. They work in various branches of companies: manufacturing, distribution, transportation, mercantile, and service. The need for Industrial Engineers is growing day by day. Industrial Engineers are multitasking individuals who have the skills to improve quality and productivity of processes and systems. Industrial Engineers have the capabilities to figure out how to do things better. Industrial Engineers do multitask that improve quality and productivity of processes and systems.

The Faculty of Engineering aims to be the center of excellence for engineering education, research and development. It aspires to create coordination with and providing industry necessary resources and facilities for research and development of a varied nature of products. The faculty innovates by conducting fundamental and applied research to develop products, mechanisms, technologies, realization of products and components, planning, lay-out and design of complete manufacturing facility for mass production; it educates future academic and industry leaders; and it prepares students for careers in industry, academia, research labs and government for policy making and contributions to society in concerned field.

Dr. Syed Saqib Raza

PhD Computer Science

Head of Department

“Scientists dream about doing great things. Engineers do them.”

Industrial Engineering is the branch of engineering that involves two main streams: systems engineering and manufacturing engineering. Systems engineering is concerned with the Design, Analysis, Operations, and maintenance of systems. These can range from a consumer product or single piece of equipment to large business, social, and environmental systems. The System Engineer’s interest lies in modelling system functions and determining how the best objectives of the system can be achieved. Manufacturing engineering on the other hand, deals with the design and manufacturing of products by employing conventional and non-conventional manufacturing technologies. Manufacturing Engineer tends to choose best materials, technology, efficient workforce, and optimum use of resources to produce quality products.

The methods employed in Industrial Engineering provide an excellent vehicle to perform costs and benefits analysis on both private and public sectors. Industrial Engineers determine the most effective way to utilize the basic factors of production, people, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or provide a service. Industrial Engineers by virtue of education and training have opportunity to work in a variety of departments and businesses. The distinctive aspects of industrial engineering are the flexibility that it offers. Whether it is shortening a rollercoaster line, streamlining an operating room, distributing products worldwide, or manufacturing superior automobiles, all share the common goal of saving money and increasing efficiencies.


“The department aims to produce well-rounded industrial engineers having adequate engineering knowledge who play a leading role in sustainable development of society and industry.”

Courses Under Semester System
BSc Industrial Engineering

BS Degree Program: 04 Years

Credit Hours Total: 135 Cr Hrs

Semester - I

HU-101 * English I (Communication skills / Business skills)

IE-111 * Data Analytics

IE-112 * Workshop Practice

IE-113 * Engineering Drawing and Graphics

NS-101 * Probability and Statistics

NS-102 * Calculus

Semester - II

HU-102 * Logic and Critical Thinking

NS-103 * Differential Equations

IE-114 * Mechanical Technology

HU-103 * Islamic Studies/Ethics

CS-101 * Introduction to Computing

CS-102 * Computer Aided Design and Modeling

Semester - III

HU-202 * Pakistan Studies

HU-201 * Technical writing skills

IE-211 * Engineering Mechanics

NS-201 * Applied Physics

IE-212 * Materials Engineering

NS-202 * Applied Linear Algebra

Semester - IV

NS-203 * Numerical Analysis

IE-213 * Operations Research

IE-214 * Manufacturing Processes

IE-215 * Supply Chain and Logistics Management

IE-216 * Mechanics of Materials

NS-204 * Industrial Electronics

Semester - V


IE-311 * Operations of Manufacturing Systems

IE-312 * Applied Machine Design & FEM

IE-313 * Metrology & Statistical Quality Control

IE-314 * Optimization Techniques

IE-315 * Work Study & Methods Engineering

Semester - VI

IE-316 * Industrial Simulation

IE-317 * Human Factors Engineering

IE-321 * Management of Engineering Projects

HU-301 * Engineering Economics

IE-318 * Planning and Scheduling in Manufacturing

IE-319 * Industrial Automation and Control

Semester - VII

IE-411 * Design of Experiments

IE-412 * Industrial Facilities Design

IE-XXX * Elective I*

IE-XXX * Elective II**

IE-491 * Project Phase I

Semester - VIII

IE-XXX * Elective I*

IE-XXX * Elective II**

IE-XXX * Elective I*

IE-XXX * Elective II**

IE-492 * Project Phase II

Electives (Manufacturing Track)

IE-413 * CAD/CAM

IE-414 * Process planning and Lean Systems

IE-415 * Smart Manufacturing

IE-416 * Metal Forming & Cutting Analysis

IE-417 * Tool & Die Design

IE-418 * Feed Back & Control

IE-419 * Total Quality Management

IE-420 * Optimization via Simulation

IE-421 * Maintenance & reliability Analysis

IE-422 * Special Topics

IE-423 * Productivity Improvement Tools & Techniques

IE-424 * Product Development & Concurrent Engineering

IE-425 * Modeling & Analysis of Manufacturing Systems

IE-426 * Process Planning and CAM

Electives (Management Track)

IE-427 * Marketing Management

IE-428 * Human Resource Management

IE-429 * Financial Management

IE-430 * Quantitative & Qualitative Decision Making

IE-431 * Knowledge management

IE-432 * Management Information System

IE-433 * Organizational Behaviour

IE-434 * Soft Computing & Data Mining

IE-435 * Production & Operation Management

IE-436 * Special Topics

IE-437 * Artificial Intelligence

IE-438 * Expert System Applications

IE-439 * Occupational Health & Safety

IE-440 * Professional Engineering Practices