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Course Outline
PEOs
The revised PEOs of Electronic Engineering Department have been proposed in 41^{st} Board of studies (BOS) held on 25022019 under the consent of Industrial advisory board.
The revised PEOs are:
1. Apply indepth electronic engineering knowledge and analytical skills to initiate innovative solutions for the society.
2. Quest for learning, establishing collaborations, and engaging in continuous professional development in the field of electronics by carrying research and adopting professional practice..
3. Adaptive in multidiscipline and multicultural environment and work effectively as a team lead or team member possessing strong soft skills and high moral ethics.
SYLLABUS OF STUDIES FOR B.E. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Functional English
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ENG111
Semester : 1^{st} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : English Language Proficiency of Intermediate Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 6 End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Write varied contents including official letters, emails, and applications and summarize the texts using appropriate grammatical mechanisms and cohesive devices. 
Cognitive 
2 
12 
2 
Apply skimming, scanning and detailed reading and listening strategies to understand gist of the text/conversation. 
Cognitive 
3 
2 
3 
Utilize their skills using English language to express their point of view, show arguments and deliver a presentation in a reallife situation. 
Cognitive 
3 
10 
Contents:
· Reading:
Interactive reading, apply the skills of surveying skimming, scanning and detailed reading and identify topic sentence.
· Writing:
Audience related writing, composition of sentences, paragraph, short descriptive writing, precis and letter and application, Identify contextual clues with the help of cohesive devices.
· Listening:
Collect gist and important points from a listening text or any other oral source viz. lecture, speech or conversation.
· Speaking:
Taking part in different reallife situations, answer question, argue and explain one's point of view, ask for information turn taking techniques and presentation skills.
· Grammar:
Mechanics of English Language, Punctuation, Vocabulary, Conversion of words, Tenses and sentence structure.
Recommended Materials:
Dawn newspaper, Reader Digest, New Scientist and other interesting materials selected by teachers.
Recommended Books:
 Practical English Grammar, A. J. Thomson and A. V. Martinet, Latest Edition.
 English Study Skills, SarwarZakia, A Spelt Publication Karachi, Latest Edition.
3. Study Skills in English, R.R.Jordon, Collins. William Collins Sons & Co. Glasgow Great Britain, Latest Edition.
4. A New English Course (An Approach to GCSE English Language for Individual Study or Class Use), Jones Rhodri, Latest Edition.
5. Listening Comprehension and NoteTaking Course (Collins Study Skills In English), K.James at al, Latest Edition.
6. Selected Text from Dwan, Readers, Digest, New Scientist and other relevant material of teacher’s Choice, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 14.6 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Applied Calculus
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : MTH108
Semester : 1^{st} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Determine the functions and their derivatives 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Compute the Integral calculus with applications 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
3 
Apply the vector calculus in the field of engineering 
Cognitive 
3 
1 
Contents:
· Introduction to functions:
Mathematical and physical meaning, graphs and types of function.
· Introduction to limits:
Theorems of limits and their applications to functions. Right hand and lefthand limits. Continuous and discontinuous functions and their applications.
· Derivatives:
Introduction to derivatives. Geometrical and physical meaning of derivatives. Partial derivatives and their geometric significance. Application problems (rate of change, marginal analysis).
· Higher Derivatives:
Leibnitz theorem, Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorem. Taylors and Maclurin’s series. Evaluation of limits using L’ Hospital’s rule: Indeterminate forms (0/0), (∞/∞), (ox∞), (∞∞), 1∞, ∞0, 00.
· Application of Derivatives:
Asymptotes, curvature and radius of curvature, differentials with application.
· Application of partial Derivatives:
Euler’s theorem, total differentials; maxima and minima of function of two variables.
· Integral Calculus:
Methods of integration by substitution and by parts. Integration of rational and irrational algebraic functions. Definite integrals, improper integrals. Gamma and Beta functions; reduction formulae.
· Application of Integral Calculus:
Cost function from marginal cost, rocket flights; area under curve.
· Vector Calculus:
Vector differentiation and vector integration with their physical interpretation and applications.Ñoperator, gradient, divergence and curl with their application.
Recommended Books:
1. Brief Calculus and Its Applications, Benice, D.D, Latest Edition.
2. Applied Calculus, Raymond, A.B., Latest Edition.
3. Calculus and Analytical Geometry, Yusuf, S.M., Ilmi Kitab Khana, Lahore, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies: 01/2018 Board of FOST&H Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17(ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26.03.2018 11042018 23042018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject 
: 
Introduction to Computing 
Discipline 
: 
Electronic Engineering 
Course Code 
: 
CS150 
Semester 
: 
1^{st} Semester 
Effective 
: 
19 ESBatch onwards 
Prerequisites 
: 
Nil Corequisite: Nil 
Assessment 
: 
20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester 60% End Semester Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester 
Marks 
: 
Theory:50 Practical: 50 
Credit Hours 
: 
2 1 
Minimum Contact Hours 
: 
30 45 
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
level 

1 
To become familiar with basic computer organization and functions of various computer hardware and software components. 
Cognitive 
1 
1 
2 
Understand modern computer security risks, digital privacy and basic of computer networks 
Cognitive 
2 
1, 8 
3 
Utilize hardware components, operating systems and Office Automation tools 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents
· Introduction to computers
Computer defined, Application areas of computer, Generations of computers, Information/Data Processing Cycle, Classification on the basis of: Mechanism, Size, and Purpose.
· Number Systems Input Output Devices:
Overview of Binary, Octal, Decimal and Hexadecimal number systems, Number system conversions.
Input and Output devices: Keyboard, pointing devices (Mouse, Trackball, Trackpad, Joystick, Game controllers), Scanner, Barcode Reader, Finger Print Reader, Microphone, Digital Camera, Monitors: Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and Flat Panel Displays (FPD), Printers, Projectors, Speakers and Plotters.
· Computer Memory
Random Access memory (RAM), Read Only Memory (ROM), Flash Memory, Types of RAM: DRAM and SRAM, Types of ROM: PROM, EPROM and EEPROM, Hierarchy of memory devices: Ternary, Secondary, Primary, Cache, Registers, Units of memory measurement: Bit, Byte, KB, MB, GB, TB. PB, EB, ZB, YB.
· Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Basic CPU organization, Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU), Memory Unit (MU), Control Unit (CU), Registers, Math CoProcessor, Arithmetic and Logic Operations.
· Storage Devices
Introduction to storage devices, Magnetic storage devices: HDD, FDD, Tape Drives, Optical storage devices: CD, DVD, HDDVD, BRD, Solid state storage devices: SSD, USB, Flash cards.
· System Unit, Ports, Connectors and Expansion Slots
System Unit, Power Supply Unit (PSU), PSU connectors: Molex, MiniMolex, P4, SATA, AUX, ATX, PCIE, Motherboard, Microprocessor Sockets and Slots: LGA, PGA and SECC, 4pin IDE, 40pin IDE, SATA, CMOS, Heat sink and Fan, Chipsets: North bridge and South bridge, Ports and connectors, PS/2, Serial (COM), Parallel (LPT), USB, DIN5, Firewire, HDMI, RJ11, RJ45, VGA, SVideo, DVI, S/PDIF, Audio ports, Expansion Slots: RAM, ISA, PCI, PCIX, PCI Express, AGP.
· BIOS and POST Operation
BIOS Overview, POST Operation Overview, Booting, Cold Boot, Warm Boot, Boot Sequence, Configuring BIOS, POST Error Messages, POST Error Beep Codes, BIOS Shadowing.
· Computer Software
Program, Software, Types of software: System and Application, System software: System Management Programs, System Support Programs, System Development Programs, Applications software: GeneralPurpose Application Programs, ApplicationSpecific Programs, Operating System, Utilities, Device Drivers, Language Translators, Office Automation .
· Operating System
Operating System (OS) Overview, Basic functions of OS, Types of OS: SingleUser SingleTasking, SingleUser MultiTasking, MultiUser MultiTasking, Real Time, Graphical User Interface (GUI) OS, Command Line Interface (CLI) OS.
· Computer Networking
Network, Internet, Intranet, Extranet, Network Types: LAN, MAN, WAN, PAN, WLAN, PeertoPeer (P2P), Home network, Network Topologies: Bus, Ring, Star, Mesh, Tree, Hybrid, Client, Server, IP Address.
· Computer Privacy, Security and Ethics
Computer security risks, Malicious Software: Virus, Worm, Spyware, Trojan Horse, Adware, Keylogger, Screen logger, Botnets, Denial of Service Attacks, Back Doors, Spoofing, Phishing, Antiviruses, Firewalls, Spam, Ethics, Copyright and Digital Rights Management (DRM), Plagiarism.
 : Practical work is based on the above theoretical course
Recommended Books
1. Introduction to Computers, Latest Edition, Peter Norton, McGraw Hill, Latest Edition.
2. Computing Essentials 2012 Complete Edition, Timothy J. O’Leary and Linda I. O’Leary, Latest Edition.
3. Discovering Computers: Fundamentals, 4th Edition, Shelly Cashman Series, Latest Edition.
4. PC Hardware: A Beginner’s Guide, Latest Edition, Ron Glister, Latest Edition.
5. Upgrading and repairing PCs, 20th Edition, Scott Mueller, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 14.6 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Applied Physics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : EL116
Semester : 1^{st} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : F.Sc. Physics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Define the basic concepts and fundamental laws of electrostatic and magnetism. 
Cognitive 
1 
1 
2 
Explain the comprehensive knowledge of semiconductor physics, optics and lasers 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
3 
Apply the fundamental knowledge of modern physics for solving applicationoriented problems 
Cognitive 
3 
2, 3 
4 
Reproduce and experimentally validate the basic laws of physics 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Electrostatics
Coulomb’s law, electric field and potential, capacitance, dielectrics.
· Electrodynamics
Magnetic field and force, sources of magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, inductance.
· Solidstate physics
Crystal lattices, unit cells, energy bands, allowed and forbidden states, conductors, semiconductors, insulators.
· Semiconductors
Composition, purity, n and ptype materials, carrier properties and distribution.
· Carrier action
Diffusion, drift, generation, recombination. Conductivity, mobility, pnjunction diode, diode curve, forwardbiased diode, reversebiased diode, bipolar junction transistor and its biasing, MOSFET and its biasing, Hall effect.
· Optics
Optical absorption, photoluminescence, photoconductivity, photoelectric effect, lasers, superconductivity. Heat and Thermodynamics in relation to cooling of electronics.
Recommended Books:
 Fundamentals of Physics, David Halliday, Robert Resnick, and Jearl Walker, John Wiley & Sons, Latest Edition.
 Schaum's Outline of Applied Physics, Arthur Beiser, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
 Electrical Technology, Huges. E., Longman, Latest Edition.
 Electrical Technology, B.L. Thraja, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 14.6 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINERING
Title of Subject : Professional Ethics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : SS 125
Semester : 1^{st }Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : H.Sc. PreEngineering Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLOs 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Describe why legal and professional definitions of ethics exist; Identify the benefits that are expected to arise for engineers from acting ethically as well as specific consequences of acting unethically in the society 
Cognitive 
1 
6, 8 
2 
Demonstrate the use of Ethical decision making framework. 
Affective 
3 
8 
3 
Present an engineering catastrophe caused by not conforming to the code of ethics, report the flaws and give recommendations. 
Affective 
2 
8 
Contents:
· An Overview of Professional Ethics:
Professional ethics defined, Social responsibility and business ethics, the development of business/ professional ethics, framework for studying business ethics.
· Ethical issues in Business:
Foundation of ethical conflict, classifications of ethical issues, ethical issues related to participants and functional areas of business, recognizing an ethical issue.
· Social Responsibility:
The economic dimension, the legal dimension, the ethical dimension and the philanthropic dimension.
· Ethical DecisionMaking Framework:
Ethical issue intensity, individual factors: Stages of cognitive moral development, corporate culture, significant others, opportunity, business ethics evaluations and intensions, using the ethical decisionmaking framework to improve ethical decisions.
· How the Organization Influences Ethical DecisionMaking:
Organizational structure and business ethics, the role of corporate culture in ethical decisionmaking, group dimension of organization structure and culture, implications of organizational relationship for ethical decision.
· Development of an Effective Ethics Program:
An effective ethical compliance, program and codes of ethics and compliance standards, manager's responsibility, delegation of authority, effective communication of ethical standards, establishing a system to monitor, audit and enforce ethical standards.
Recommended Books:
 Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making and Cases, C. Ferrell, John Fraedrich and Linda Ferrell,” Houghton Miffin Co, Latest Edition.
 Ethics in Engineering, Mike W. Martin and Roland Steiniger, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 14.6 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Electronics Workshop
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES102
Semester : 1^{st} Semester
Effective : 20ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : Practical: 40% Sessional 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 00 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 0 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 0 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Distinguish various discrete electronic components, describe their use in circuits and Detect any trouble in simple electronic circuits. 
Psychomotor 
1 
1 
2 
Demonstrate the ability to learn working mechanism and get some handson experience of basic electronic equipment. 
Psychomotor 
2 
5 
3 
Reproduce basic electronic circuits on prototype boards using discrete electronic components 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Operation of Electronic Equipment:
Operation of voltmeters, ohmmeters, ammeters, power supplies, operation of function generators and oscilloscope. Measuring Parametric Values of Discrete Passive Components:
· Resister:
Colour Coding (practical example), variable resistor (practical example), wattage of resistor (practical example), measuring values with multimeter, drawing symbols.
· Capacitor:
Reading value of mica, electrolyte & paper capacitors, capacitance measurement, drawing symbols.
· Inductor:
Inductance measurement of an Inductor, drawing of symbols.
· Diode:
Data sheet reading, analyzing diode characteristics on a curve tracer, finding a defective diode among a batch of nondefective diode, various kinds of diode and their uses, drawing symbols.
· Transistor:
Data sheet reading, determining type (N&P) of an unknown bipolar transistor, labelling leads of an unknown transistor, analyzing transistor characteristics on a curve tracer, finding a defective transistor among a batch of nondefective transistors, various kinds of transistors and their uses, drawing of symbols.
· PCB (Printed Circuit Board):
Assembling a simple circuit on a Bread Board, assembling and soldering components on a PCB (Kit Assembling).
· Mini Project
On a PCB, on a bread board.
Recommended Books:
 The First Practical Book on Electronic Workshop, Dr. B.S. Chowdhry &Ahsan A. Ursani, published by Mehran Infotech Consultants, Hyderabad, Latest Edition.
 Laboratory Manual for Art of Electronics, Paul Horowitz & Ian Robinson, Cambridge University Press, Latest Edition.
 Make Electronics, Learning through discovery, Charles Platt, Latest Edition.
 Electronics for Dummies, Cathleen Shamieh, Gordon McComb, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
44.1

Dated: Dated: Dated: 
14.9.2020

MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERIG
Title of Subject : Differential Equations & Fourier Series
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 3^{rd} Semester
Course Code : MTH212
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Applied Calculus, Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Determine The formation and the solution methods of first order linear and nonlinear differential equation 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Compute higher order linear and partial differential equations 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
3 
Apply Fourier series of various functions 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
Contents:
· First order linear and nonlinear differential equations
Introduction, formation and solution of first order, first degree Differential Equations.
· Higher order linear differential equations
Homogeneous linear equations of order n with constants coefficients, solutions of higher order differential equations according to the roots of auxiliary equation. NonHomogeneous linear equations.Cauchy Euler equation.Method of variations of parameters.Applications of higher order linear differential equations.
· Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
Solution of Laplace equation, wave equation and equation, by variable separable method heat (simple case).
· Fourier Series
Fourier coefficients. Convergence of Fourier series.Fourier series of odd and even functions.
Recommended Books:
1. Differential Equations, .Danial Murray, Latest Edition.
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, .H.K. Dass, Latest Edition.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Dr. B.S. Grawall, Latest Edition.
4. Mathematical Methods, Dr. S.M. Yusuf, Latest Edition.
 Differential Equations and Fourier Series, M.U. Shaikh, Latest Edition.
6. Ordinary Differential Equations with Numerical Techniques, John L. Iwaarden, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies: 01/2018 Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17(ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26.03.2018 11042018 23042018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Electronic Circuit Design
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 3^{rd} Semester
Course Code : ES203
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Basic Electronics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the basic concepts of amplifiers and its behavioural analysis with the help of hybrid parameters, AC & DC load lines 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Infer the frequency characteristics and stability analysis of different electronic devices including filters, amplifiers and oscillators 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Apply operational amplifiers, active filters, oscillators and data converters to construct various smallscale electronic circuits 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
4 
Reproduce electrical parameters and frequency response of different discrete electronic circuit designs & signal generators. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Amplifier Fundamentals:
Gain calculation – system analysis, single stage BJT and FET amplifier, frequency response.
· Practical Amplifier Considerations:
Input and output impedance, real and apparent gain, amplifier loading, impedance matching of amplifiers.
· Power Amplifiers:
Classes of power amplifiers, seriesfed class A amplifiers, Power efficiency and dissipation, harmonic distortion, singleended class A amplifiers, transformercoupled pushpull amplifiers, other pushpull amplifiers, complementary symmetry amplifiers.
· Tuned Amplifiers:
Single tuned amplifiers, coupling of tuned amplifiers, double tuned amplifiers, stagger tuned amplifiers.
· Feedback Amplifiers:
General feedback concepts, voltage feedback amplifiers, current feedback amplifiers, effect of feedback on frequency response, series and shunt feedback amplifiers, effect of feedback on nonlinear distortion and noise.
· The Transistor Amplifier at High Frequency:
Design and analysis of high frequency amplifiers using Splane technique, step response of high frequency amplifiers.
· MultiStage Transistor Amplifier:
The multistage amplifier at midfrequencies, approximation for low and high frequencies, the design of a broadband amplifier.
· Oscillators:
Hartley oscillators, Colpits oscillators, RC phase shift oscillators, WeinBridge oscillators, crystal oscillators based on BJTs and FETs.
Recommended Books:
 Basic Electronic Devices, Circuits and Systems,Cirovic, M.M., PrenticeHall, Latest Edition.
 Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design , Hayt and Neudeck, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Latest Edition.
 Electronic Principles , Cambell, G., and Searle, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
44.1

Dated: Dated: Dated: 
14.9.2020

MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Digital Electronics
Disciplines : Electronic Engineering
Semester 3^{rd} Semester
Course Code : ES225
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional 20% Midterm and 60% Written Final Examination
Practical 40% Sessional 60% Final Examination
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain fundamentals and underlying principles of digital design. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Understand Boolean theorems, SOP, POS and their minimization techniques and Analyze various types of Gates and their applications to digital circuits. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Design Combinational and Sequential logic Circuits using basic gates as well as MSI devices. 
Cognitive 
5 
3 
4 
Develop digital systems using the standard integrated circuits and explain how various digital functions can operate together as a total system to perform a specified task. 
Psychomotor 
4 
5 
Contents:
· Introductory Digital Concepts:
Digital and analog quantities, digital and analog systems, binary digits, logic levels and digital wave forms, representing binary quantities, digital integrated circuits, Logic families and their characteristics, TTL Integrated circuits, CMOS integrated circuits, IC packages, integrated circuit complexity classifications. Nonprogrammable, programmable, and Hardware Programmable ICs.
· Number Systems, Operations and Codes:
Introduction to number systems, conversions, binary arithmetic, 1s and 2s complements of binary numbers, signed numbers, arithmetic operations with signed numbers, BCD code, gray code, binary to gray and gray to binary number conversion, alphanumeric codes, parity in codes.
· Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification:
Boolean constants and variables, truth tables, introduction to Boolean operations, Boolean theorems, DeMorgan’s theorems. Introduction to digital logic gates, implementing Boolean expressions with logic gates, Simplification using Boolean algebra, Standard forms of Boolean expressions, Boolean expressions and truth tables, Introduction to Karnaugh map, reducing an expression using Karnaugh map, Karnaugh map SOP minimization, Karnaugh map POS minimization.
· Combinational Logic:
Basic combinational logic circuits, Implementation of combinational logic, the universal property of NAND and NOR gates, combinational logic using NAND and NOR gates, Adders, Multiplexers, DeMultiplexers, Decoders, Encoders, Comparators.
· Sequential Logic:
Fundamentals of Sequential logic circuits, Latches, FlipFlops and their applications; Counters, Shift Registers and their applications; Finite State Machines, Introduction to Semiconductor Memory and Programmable Logic Devices:
Recommended Books:
1. Digital Fundamentals, Thomas L. Floyd & R.P Jain, Latest Edition.
2. Digital Systems Principles and Applications, Ronald J. Tocci, Neal S. Widmer, Latest Edition.
3. Digital Electronics Practical Approach,William Kleitz, Latest Edition.
4. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals, Morris Mano and Charles R. Kime, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
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Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 14.6 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Measurements & Instrumentation
Discipline : B.E Electronic Engineering
Semester : 3^{rd} Semester
Course Code : ES223
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the fundamentals of instrumentation and measurement systems and working principles of sensors and transducers 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply signal conditioning principles in practical scenarios to develop complete instrumentation and measurement systems with a given certain specifications. 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
4 
Reproduce a complete instrumentation and measurement system data acquisition, display, archiving and retrieval. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents
· Measurement System:
Principles of general measurement system, passive transducers: capacitive, inductive and resistive.
· Measuring Instruments:
Instruments for measurement of electrical and nonelectrical quantities including voltmeters, ammeters, function generators, oscilloscopes; Control and damping, moving coil, moving iron, electrodynamics and rectifier ammeters and voltmeters, induction instruments, watt meters and energy meters, multimeter, indicating and recording instruments, shunts and multipliers, extension of instrument range calibration, frequency and power factor meters, maximum demand indicator, DC voltmeters, AC voltmeters (average, peak and rms), cathode ray oscilloscope (general purpose, dual trace, storage).
· Transducer and Sensors
Selecting a Transducer, Transducer, Sensor, and Actuator, Types of Sensors, Displacement Measurements, Resistive sensors – potentiometers, resistive sensors – strain gauge, Wheatstone bridge, inductive sensors, LVDT, capacitive sensors, piezoelectric sensors, modes of piezoelectric sensors, transfer function of Piezoelectric Sensors, Temperature Measurement, Thermocouple, Thermocouple Laws, Thermoelectric Sensitivity, Thermistors, Circuits connection of Thermistors, Thermistors Resistance, Voltageversuscurrent characteristics, Radiation Thermometer Systems, FibreOptic temperature sensors, optical measurement, Photoemissive Sensors, Photoconductive Cells, Photo junction Sensors, Photovoltaic Sensors; digital transducers i.e., Event counter and coding; performance and uncertainty analysis of digital transducers
· Signal Conditioning Circuits
Systems for signal processing and signal transmission; modern instrumentation techniques; static and dynamic responses of instrumentation and signal conditioning; data acquisition systems;
· Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Conversion
Principles of operation, construction and working of different analog and digital converters;
· Data Acquisition System
Data acquisition software, and virtual Instruments; intelligent instrumentation systems, NI LabVIEW, SCADA, and other distributed control systems.
Recommended Books:
 Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements Techniques by A.D.Helfrick, W.D. Cooper, Latest Edition.
 Klaas B. Klaassen and Steve Gee, “Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation,” Cambridge University Press, Latest Edition.
 H Kevin, JamesH, “PC Interfacing and Data Acquisition: Techniques for Measurement, Instrumentation and Control,” Newnes, Latest Edition.
 Alan S. Morris, Reza Langari, “Measurement and Instrumentation, Theory and Application”, Elsevier, Latest Edition.
 ,By A.K.Sawhney, Electrical Instrumentation and Measurement techniques, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Engineering Management
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 3^{rd} Semester
Course Code : INM101
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Understand a sustainable lifestyle and why a sustainable society is important for the environment. 
Affective 
1 
7 
2 
Explain competency in various project management knowledge areas, including Risk, Quality, Stakeholder, Time and Cost management. 
Cognitive 
2 
11 
3 
Separate the complex tasks of time and cost estimation using projectscheduling techniques such as CPM/PERT and GERT. 
Cognitive 
4 
11 

Discuss various Knowledge areas of project management in order to prepare a project plan on a simulation level using modern tool e.g. MS Project. 
Affective 
2 
5 
Contents:
· Introduction to Management:
Principles of management, decision making; stress management, conflict management, crisis management, leadership, motivation, delegation of powers.
· Project Management:
Role of projects in organization’s competitive strategy, standard methodologies for managing projects, project life cycle, design implementation interface, estimating, contractual risk allocation, scheduling, PBS and WBS, integration of scope, time, resource and cost dimensions of a project, evaluation of labor, material, equipment, and subcontract resources, scheduling techniques such as CPM/PERT and GERT, critical chain, solving realworld project schedules, cost budgeting, cost baseline, cash flow analysis, earned value analysis, cost control, proposal presentation, application of software for project management.
Recommended Books:
1. Project Management: Processes, Methodologies, and Economics, AvrahamShtub, Jonathan F. Bard and Shlomo Globerson, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
2. Human Resource Development Training & Development, Meggnison, Managing Learning Competence, Academic Council, Latest Edition.
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16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject 
: 
Computer Aided Engineering Design 

Discipline 
: 
Electronic Engineering 

Course Code 
: 
CS215 

Semester 
: 
3^{rd }Semester 

Effective 
: 
18ESBatch onwards 

Prerequisites 
: 
Introduction to Computing, Computer Programming Corequisite: Nil 

Assessment 
: 
20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester 

Marks 
: 
Theory: 00 Practical: 50 

Credit Hours 
: 
0 1 

Minimum Contact Hours 
: 
0 45 

Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the essential skills on how to use Computer Aided Design software. 
Psychomotor 
2 
1 
2 
Reproduce the objects in 2dimentional and 3dimensional space. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents
Introduction to computeraided design tools such as AutoCAD, OrCAD and PCAD; computeraided drafting principles and practices; engineering drawing fundamentals using AutoCAD; designing shapes in 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional space, drawing of electrical machinery and layouts of electronic assemblies, design and layout of circuit boards using software (PCAD or OrCAD).
Software Tools
AutoCAD, OrCAD, PCAD, Microsoft Visio.
Recommended Books:
 Tutorial Guide to AutoCAD, Shawna Lockhart, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Introduction to PSpice Using OrCAD for Circuits and Electronics, Muhammad H. Rashid, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications, 5th Edition, Amos Gilat, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Signals & Systems
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES304
Semester : 5^{th} Semester
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Electrical Circuits, Complex Variables & Transforms
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain continuous & discrete time signals and systems mathematical operations on signals and analogue to digital conversion of signals. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply time domain and frequency domain representation and transformation techniques on the continuous & discrete time signals & systems. 
Cognitive 
3 
2 
3 
Analyse continuous and discrete time systems including analogue filters using Laplace transform and Z transform. 
Cognitive 
4 
4 
4 
Reproduce logical codes for simulation of different signals and their transforms using modern platforms and software tools and their applications in solution of realworld problems. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Introduction
Classification of signals, basic operations on signals, signal representation and models, system characteristics.
· Time Domain Analysis
Sinusoidal and complex exponential signals, singularity function signals, signal energy and signal power, orthogonal signals, signal representation by Generalized Fourier Series, continuous and discretetime convolution evaluation and properties.
· Frequency Domain Representation and Analysis
Spectra and bandwidths of signals, Fourier series representation of signals, Fourier transform, energy density spectrum, power density spectrum, autocorrelation function, system frequency response, phase delay and group delay.
· Continuoustime filters
Distortionless transmission, ideal filters, approximation of ideal filters, Butter worth and Chebyshev filter design.
· Sampled Continuous – Time signals
Ideal sampling, Sampling theorem, practical sampling effects.
· Frequency Domain representation of Discretetime signals
Ztransform, Inverse Ztransform, Ztransform solution of difference equations, stability of linear discretetime systems.
Recommended Books:
1. Signals and Linear System Analysis,G.E. Carlson, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, Latest Edition.
 Signals and Systems, S. Haykin, and B.V. Veen, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, Latest Edition.
 Signals and Systems, Oppenheim and Willsky, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Sociology for Engineers
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : SS338
Semester : 5^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 00
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Define the basic concepts and theoretical models of sociology. Distinguish between the major fields of contemporary sociology. 
Cognitive 
2 
6 
2 
Analyze the basic social issues caused by unethical behaviour of engineers and determine the impact of unethical engineer’s work on the society, environment and sustainable development. 
Affective 
4 
6, 7 
3 
Discuss the social dilemmas involving engineers, formulate possible actions that can be taken in response to a social issue, and evaluate the probable consequences of those actions. 
Affective 
3 
6 
Contents:
· Introduction and Fundamentals
Introduction to Sociology, Nature, Scope, and Importance of Sociology
· Methods of Sociological Research
Culture, Society and Socialization, Groups, Organizations, Deviance and Crime
· The Basis of Society
Social Interaction Processes,
· Major Perspectives in Sociology
· Social Stratification
Factors of Social Stratification, Caste, Power, Prestige, and Authority
· Macrosociology and Social Change
Politics and Government, Social Processes of Globalization
· Engineers and Sociology
Understanding Social Responsibilities of an Engineer, Engineers Bringing Social Change
· Community Development Involving Engineers
Meaning, Scope and Subject Matter of Community Development, Processes of Community Development, Role of Engineers in Community Development
· Case Studies Regarding Sociology Concerning Engineers
Recommended Books:
 Sociology 16^{th} edition, John J. Macionis, Pearson Education, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Introduction to Embedded Systems
Discipline : B.E Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES314
Semester : 5^{th }Semester
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Digital Electronics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain AVR based microcontroller architecture, its internal registers, addressing modes and instruction set 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Illustrate and analyze microcontroller memories, internal blocks, peripherals, ADC, interrupts, timers, serial protocols (RS232, SPI, I2C) etc to program both in C and Assembly language. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Design and develop an appropriate solution for a particular situation or specific application using small microcontroller based system prototype. 
Cognitive 
5 
3 
4 
Perform experiments in laboratory using development kits, ICs and simulation software. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Introduction to AVR microcontrollers and Assembly language programming, Application, Basic Core Architecture, Addressing modes and Pin Configuration microcontroller instruction set.
· Branch Call and Time Delay Loop
· AVR IO Port Programming
· Arithmetic, Logic Instructions, Masking Techniques and Programs
· Programming in Assembly and C, Handling of Timers, Counter, ADC, Interrupts
· Introduction to communication protocols (like RS232, SPI, I2C).
Recommended Books:
 Microprocessor and Interfacing, Douglas V. Hall, Tata McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
 Schaum's outline of theory and problems of microprocessor fundamentals (Schaum's outline series) By Roger L. Tokheim, Latest Edition.
 The AVR Microcontroller and Embedded System using Assembly and C, , Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Sarmad Naimi, Sepehr Naimi, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 The AVRMicrocontroller and Embedded Systems Using Assembly and C: Using Arduino Uno and Atmel, Latest Edition. Studio, Based on ATMega328 and Arduino Boards, Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Sarmad Naimi, Sepehr Naimi, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Power Electronics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES319
Semester : 5^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Basic Electronics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain power electronics system and solidstate power semiconductor devices, their construction, thyristor, its types, operational modes, trigger and commutation methods 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply solidstate power semiconductor devices and thyristors for switching and protection circuits and applications 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
3 
Analyse power electronic converter topologies. and configurations. 
Cognitive 
4 
4 
4 
Measure the simulated results to investigate the VI characteristics of power semiconductor devices, uncontrolled, semicontrolled and fully controlled rectifiers, singlephase and threephase inverters, buckboost Converter, cycloconverter & Switch mode power supplies. 
Psychomotor 
4 
5 
Course Outline:
· Introduction
Power electronics system, its interdisciplinary nature, classification of power semiconductor devices, static and dynamic application of power electronics.
· Power Diode
Construction, Manufacturing process, reverse recovery time, switching, types of power diode , power diode circuits: series/ parallel connection of power diode, snubber circuit, Power diode with RC, RL circuits, freewheeling diode, Uncontrolled rectifier: single phase and three phase.
· Power Transistor
Construction, manufacturing process and switching of Power BJT, Power MOSFET and Insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBT).
· Thyristor
Two transistor model of Thyristor, Operating modes of SCR, Triggering and Commutation methods of SCR, Switching Application of SCR.
· Types of thyristor
DIAC, TRIAC, GTO, UJT and their applications.
· Converter Topologies and Configurations
Controlled Rectifier: Single phase semicontrolled rectifiers, Single phase fully controlled rectifiers, Threephase semi controlled rectifiers, Threephase fully controlled rectifiers.
Inverters: Single phase and three phase Inverters
AC Converters: Singlephasetosinglephase cycloconverters, Matrix converters, AC voltage regulators.
DCDC converters: Buck converter, Boost converter, Buckboost converters, Isolated converters, Forward converters, Fly back converters.
Recommended Books:
 Power Electronics, Cyril W. Lander, McGrawHill UK, Latest Edition.
 Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices and Applications, Muhammad H. Rashid, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design, Ned Mohan, William P. Robbins and Tore M. Undeland, Media Enhanced, John Wiley & Sons, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Numerical Methods
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : MTH310
Semester : 5^{th} Semester
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Intermediate Mathematics Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Locate the root of a nonlinear equations f (x) =0 and compute iterative methods for the solution of simultaneous linear algebraic equations. 
Cognitive 
2 
1,5 
2 
Estimate interpolation and extrapolation and determine Numerical differentiation and integration. 
Cognitive 
2 
1,5 
3 
Compute numerical solution of ordinary differential equations 
Cognitive 
2 
1,5 
Contents:
· Error analysis:
Introduction, floating points, errors, types of errors.
· Solution of nonlinear equation:
Bisection method, RegulaFalsi method, NewtonRaphson method, FixedPoint iterative method.
· Solution of linear algebraic equation
 Iterative methds: Jaccobi’s method, GuassSeidal method.
· Eigen values and Eigen vectors: Power method.
· Interpolation and extrapolation:
Differences: Forward, backward, central, operators and their relations. Newton’s forward interpolation formula.Newton’s backward interpolation formula, Newton’s divided difference formula,.Lagrange’s interpolation formula.Stirling’s formula.
· Numerical Differentiation:
Newton’s forward and backward differentiation formulae.
· Numerical Quadrature:
Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s onethird rule, Simpson’s threeeighth rule, Weddle’s rule, Gaussian quadrature.
· Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations:
Taylor series method, Euler’s and its modified methods, RungeKutta methods, Predictor Corrector Methods; Miline’s method, AdamBashforth method.
Recommended Books:
1. Numerical Methods for Engineers, Canal and Chapra, Latest Edition.
2. Applied Numerical Analysis, Curits F. Gerald, Latest Edition.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Evvien Cryzigg, Latest Edition.
4. Applied Numerical Methods for The Solution of Partial Differential Equations Chung Yau Lam, Latest Edition.
5. A First Course in Numerical Analysis, Dr Saeed Akhtar Bhatti, Latest Edition.
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42.2 14.6 
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16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Computer Communication & Networking
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : TL416
Semester : 7^{th} Semester
Effective : F16ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Communication Systems Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the concepts of network models, layers, protocols, addressing schemes, switching, routing, circuits and channels. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Analyze the issues of network security, network, transport and application layer protocols 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Construct realizable data networks involving routing, switching, and subnet masking on network simulation tools 
Psychomotor 
4 
3, 5 
Contents:
· Network Models and Topologies
· Network Layering Concepts and Protocols
· Internet Protocol (IP) and Associated Control Protocols. EndToEnd Protocols, With TCP and UDP as Examples
· Addressing schemes at link layer, network layer and transport layer
· Transmission Media and characteristics
· Switching Techniques
· Channel Access Techniques
· MAC
· Routing Protocols and Multicast
· Overview of Application Layer Protocols (HTTP, FTP, SMTP etc.)
· Multimedia Protocols (RTP, RTSP, RTCP)
· Security Mechanisms and Services
· Concepts of Symmetric and Asymmetric Cryptography, Digital Signature
· Convergence of communication networks
Recommended Books:
 Data & Computer Communication, William Stalling, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Computer Networks, Uyless Black, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Computer Networks, S. Tanenbaum, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Computer Networks, Andrew Tanenbaum, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Data Communications Networking, Behrouz A Forouzan, TFourth, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
6. Computer Networking: A top down approach, James F. Kurose and K. W. Ross, Latest Edition.
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16.7.2019 23.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Digital Control Systems
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES413
Semester : 7^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Control Systems Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain basic concepts of digital control systems 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Analyse various discrete time openloop and closeloop systems and impact of various parameters related to stability of the digital systems. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Design a digital controllers using root locus method to achieve the desire response. 
Cognitive 
5 
3 
4 
Reproduce digital control system using simulation tools to analyze effects of various parameters 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Introduction to digital control systems
· Discrete time systems, Sampled data systems
· Difference Equation, discrete transfer functions
· Z transform analysis
· Sample/Hold unit with zeroorder hold, Ideal sampler
· Sate variables, solution to state equations
· Data reconstruction, AD and D/A conversion
· State space and input/output representation
· Review of continues stare variables
· Discrete state equations
· Close loop systems
· Modelling S&Z planes
· Discrete time representation of continuous time systems
· Stability: Bilinear transformation, Jury stability test.
· Time response: Steady stare accuracy
· Frequent Response, Bode diagram, Nyquist Criterion
· Root Locus Analysis
· Design methods of digital controllers
· PID controller design by root locus
· Digital filtering of systems
Recommended Books:
 Digital Control System Analysis and Design, Charles L. Phillips and H. Troy Nagle, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Digital Control Systems, H Benjamin C. Kuo H, Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Digital Control System Design, H Mohammed S. Santina H, Hallen R. Stubberud Hand H Gene H. Hostetter H, Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 DiscreteTime Control Systems, Katsuhiko Ogata, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
Approval 
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14.09.2020 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Embedded Systems Design
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES423
Semester : 7^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Introduction to Embedded Systems Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain ARM processor architecture and programming concepts in C/Assembly for embedded systems development 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply different programming techniques to develop embedded system applications 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
3 
Develop solution for interprocess communication, process synchronization in embedded software through semaphores and conditional variables 
Cognitive 
5 
4 
4 
Use commercial API and tools to accelerate the development cycle of Armbased embedded systems and Build an Armbased embedded system project and program to satisfy given user specifications 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
· Introduction to Embedded Systems
· The Arm CortexM0+ Processor Architecture
· Introduction to CortexM0+ Programming
· Digital Input and Output
· Interrupts and Low Power Features
· Introduction to the Mbed Platform, Armbased Software Libraries, CMSIS and the Mbed SDK
· Analog Input and Output
· Timer and PulseWidth Modulation
· Serial Communication
Recommended Books:
 Embedded Systems Fundamentals with Arm CortexM based Microcontrollers: A Practical Approach by by Dr Alexander G. Dean, Latest Edition.
 Atmel Arm Programming for Embedded Systems: (Mazidi & Naimi ARM Series) by Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Shujen Chen, et al, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Technical Report Writing & Presentation Skills
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ENG402
Semester : 7^{th} Semester
Effective : 16ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Functional English Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Develop the content and structure of various technical and academic research documents e.g., dissertations, research papers or articles, proceeding papers and research review papers.

Cognitive 
2 
1, 12 
2 
Distinguish between formal and informal reports and use different type of reports, such as; progress reports, research report, recommendation report, evaluation report and feasibility report, internship reports). Besides, Format proposals, elements and types of different proposals along with technical manuals and SOPs. 
Cognitive 
3 
10 
Contents:
· Presentation Skills:
· Essay Writing:
Descriptive, narrative, discursive, argumentative.
· Academic Writing:
How to write a proposal for research paper/term paper, how to write a research paper/term paper (emphasis on style, content, language, form, clarity, consistency).
· Technical Report Writing:
How to write a technical report.
· Progress Report Writing:
How to write a progress report.
Recommended Books:
1. Writing Advanced, Ron White, Oxford Supplementary Skill, Latest Edition.
2. College Writing Skills, John Langan, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
3. Patterns of College Writing, Laurie G. Kriszner and Stephen R. Mandell, St.Martin’s Press, Latest Edition.
4. The Mercury Reader, Janice Neulib, Kathleen Shine Cain, Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton, A Custom Publication, NortherILLinois University, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : MTH112
Semester : 2^{nd} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Applied Calculus Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Determine the basic operation of matrix algebra and solution of system of linear equations. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply the concepts of two and three dimensional geometry 
Cognitive 
3 
1 
3 
Determine area and volume of bounded regions by using multiple integrals 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
Contents:
·Introductions to matrices and elementary row operations.
Brief introduction of matrices. Types of matrices. Introduction to elementary row operations. Echelon and reduced echelon forms. Rank of a matrix. Inverse of a matrix using elementary row operations.
·System of linear equations.
System of nonhomogeneous and homogeneous linear equations. Gaussian elimination method, Gauss Jordan method. Consistence criterion for solution of homogeneous and nonhomogeneous system of linear equations. Application of system of linear equations.
·Determinants
. Introduction to determinants. Properties of determinants of order n. Rank of a matrix by using determinants.
·Analytic geometry of 3dimensions.
Introduction; Coordinates in R3.
Line: Coordination of a point dividing a line segment in a given ratio. Straight line, in R^{3}. Vector form of a straight line, parametric equations of a straight line, equation of a straight line in symmetric form, direction ratios and direction cosines, angle between two straight lines; distance of a point from a line.
·Plane:
Equation of a plane, angle between two planes, intersection of two planes, a plane and a straight line; skew lines. Cylindrical and spherical coordinates.
·Sphere:
General equation of sphere. Latitude and longitude directions; direction of Qibla.
·Multiple Integrals.
Evaluation of double and triple integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates.
Recommended Books:
 D.D. Benice, Brief Calculus and its Applications
 R.A. Barnett, Applied Calculus
 S.M. Yusuf, Calculus and Analytical Geometry
 S.M. Yusuf, Mathematical Methods
Approval 
Board of Studies 01/2018 Board of FOST&H Academic CIouncil 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17 (ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26032018 1142018 2342018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject 
: 
Computer Programming 
Discipline 
: 
Electronic Engineering 
Course Code 
: 
CS113 
Semester 
: 
2^{nd }Semester 
Effective 
: 
19 ESBatch onwards 
Prerequisites 
: 
Introduction to Computing Corequisite: Nil 
Assessment 
: 
20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester 
Marks 
: 
Theory :50 Practical: 50 
Credit Hours 
: 
2 1 
Minimum Contact Hours 
: 
30 45 
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Summarize basic computational problem solving skills. 
Cognitive 
2 
1,2 
2 
Illustrate effective solutions to computing problems. 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
3 
Reproduce and debug simple computer programs. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents
·Problem solving skills
Problem solving, six steps towards problem solution, Basic problemsolving concepts: Data types, Data literals, Variables, Constants, Rules for naming variable, constant, Operators; Problem analysis tools: IPO (Input, Process, Output) chart, Program design tools: Algorithm, Flow Chart.
·Basics of programming
Compilation process, Basic C++ program structure, The main procedure, return type and return statement,
Outputting data with Cout statement, Preprocessor directives, header file and namespace, Comments, Whitespaces, Manipulators (endl), Escape sequences, Variables, Variable declaration, Variable initialization, Data Types and Identifiers, Literals, Constants, Operators in C++ (Arithmetic, Relational, Logical, Short circuit, Arithmetic assignment , Increment and Decrement), Expressions and <cmath>; header file, Inputting with Cin statement.
·Conditional control structures
OneWay Selection, TwoWay Selection, MultiWay Selection, ChoiceWay Selection, If Statement, IfElse Statement, IfElse If Statement, Switch Statement.
·Iterative control structures
CounterControlled Repetition, SentinelControlled Repetition, For Loop, While Loop, DoWhile Loop, Break Statement, Continue Statement, Nested Loops.
·Arrays and structures
Introduction to arrays, Declaring and initializing arrays, Array indices and accessing array elements, Searching arrays with linear search, Sorting arrays with bubble sort, Multidimensional arrays, Introduction to structures, Creating structures, Structure variables, Accessing structure members, Structure of structures.
·Functions and strings
Introduction to functions, Function declaration, Function definition, Function calling, Return type of functions, Arguments and parameters, Function overloading, Passing arguments by value, Passing arguments by reference, Introductions to strings, Types of strings in C++, Character string / null character terminated strings, Character string functions, String objects, String object functions.
·Practical will be based of theory using Code: Blocks, DevC++
Recommended Books:
 Problem Solving And Programming Concepts, Ninth Edition, Maureen Sprankle and Jim Hubbard, Latest Edition.
 C++ How To Program, Eighth Edition, Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel, Latest Edition.
 C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis To Program Design, Fifth Edition, D.S. Malik, Latest Edition.
 MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications 5th Edition, Amos Gilat, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Basic Electronics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES112
Semester : 2^{nd} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the basics, working and characteristics of Semiconductor material and diodes. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Analyze the working and behaviour of transistors and their types and be able to understand different transistor applications 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Reproduce basic electronic circuits on board using discrete components i.e. resistors, diodes and transistors, and develop project using discrete components and/or circuit simulation platform. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
Introduction to electronics: diodes:
pn junction diode, forward and reverse characteristics of a diode, ideal diode, pr
actical diode, equivalent circuit of a diode, current equation of a diode, diode as a switch.
Types of diodes:
Schottky diode, zener diode, tunnel diode, varactor diode, LED, laser diode.
Applications of diode:
Halfand fullwave rectifiers, clipper and clamper circuits, voltage multipliers.
Bipolar junction transistor:
Operation, npnand pnp transistors, unbiased transistors, DC biasing of a transistor, static characteristics, DC circuit analysis, load line, operating point and bias stabilization, Transistor as an amplifier.
Transistor biasing configurations:
Common emitter, common base, common collector. Fieldeffect transistor.
FET biasing techniques:
Common drain, common source and common gate, fixed bias and selfbias configurations, voltage divider biasing, universal JFET bias curve, darlington pair.
MOSFET
Introduction, Enhancement mode, depletion mode MOSFET
Recommended Books:
 Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, Robert Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Introductory Basic Electronics: Electron Flow Version, Robert Paynter, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Principles of Electronic,V.K Mehta, Latest Edition.
 The Art of Electronics, Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
43.2 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
06.07.2020 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Electrical Circuits
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : EL107
Semester : 2^{nd} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Applied Physics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Describe AC/DC based electrical circuits as well as the related theorems to help solve and draw the equivalent circuits. 
Cognitive 
1` 
1 
2 
Explain steady state and transient analysis of circuits along with different forms of sinusoidal/exponential excitations and their responses. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
3 
Reproduce basic circuits in laboratory to validate the laws and theories of circuit analysis. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
·Introduction:
Basic two terminal circuit elements, Linear timeinvariant resistor, Ohm’s law, capacitor, inductor, energy concepts in two terminal elements, energy dissipated in a resistor, energy stored in a capacitor and inductor, Ideal independent voltage and current sources, ideal transformer, dependent and current sources.
·Kirchoff’s Laws:
Definitions of Branch, Loop, Node. Statements of Kirchoff’s voltage and current laws. Linearly independent (KCL and KVL) equations. Elementary network topology, Nodal and Loop analysis by systematic application of KVL and KCL. Series and parallel connections of two terminal circuit elements.
·Elementary Transient Analysis:
Differential and integral forms of circuit equations, initial voltage on a capacitor, initial current in an inductor, firstorder circuits, solution of single first order differential equations, Homogeneous, particular and total solutions, exponential responses, secondorder circuits.
·Exponential Excitation and Transformed Network:
Representation of excitations by exponential functions, single element responses, forced response with exponential excitation, introduction to the transformed network, driving point impedance and admittance.
·Network Theorems:
Linear and nonlinear networks, Superposition theorem, Reciprocity theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem. Equivalent networks, Thevenin’s theorem, Thevenin’s equivalent network, Norton’s theorem, Norton’s equivalent networks, Tequivalent networks.
·Transfer Function:
Transfer function on the basis of six sets of parameters, Crammer’s rule applied to electrical circuits.
·Formation of Numerical Transient Equations:
Formation of steadystate KVL and KCL equations of multiloop networks, conversion of steadystate equations into transient equations. Rewriting of transient equations into integratable form by computer.
Recommended Books:
 Basic Circuit Theory,Desoor and K., McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
 Basic Electrical Engineering, Fitzgerald G. and Higganbotham, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Pakistan Studies
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 2^{nd} Semester
Course Code : PS106
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : F.Sc. Pakistan Studies Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Trace the Muslim Nationalism in South Asia and the creation of Pakistan 
Cognitive 
2 
6 
2 
.Discuss the Constitutional and Political history of Pakistan and to analyze contemporary challenges to Pakistan 
Cognitive 
2 
6 
Contents:
·The Historical Background of Pakistan
Evolution and growth of Muslim society in Subcontinent
Muslim Revivalist and Reformist Movements
The Factors that shaped the Muslim Nationalism in the Subcontinent
The Factors that led birth to Pakistan
Ideology of Pakistan with special reference to Allama Muhammad Iqbal and QuaideAzam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Role of Sindh in Making of Pakistan
·History of Internal and External Affairs of Pakistan:
The Constitutional and Political Developments in Pakistan (19471973)
The Constitution of 1973; Salient Features and Amendments
Political Development in Pakistan (1973 to date)
Determinants of Foreign Policy of Pakistan
Pakistan’s Relations with Big Powers
·Contemporary Pakistan (Issues and Challenges):
GeoStrategic Significance of Pakistan
Economic Potential and its Utilization
Challenges to National Security of Pakistan
Internal Political, Economic and Legal Problems
Futuristic Outlook of Pakistan.
Recommended Books:
 Pakistan’s Foreign Policy 1947–2016 A Concise History (4th ed.),Abdul Sattar, (2017), , Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 The Future of Pakistan Cohen Stephen, Washington: Brookings Institute Press, Latest Edition.
 Front line Pakistan: The Struggle with Militant Islam, Hussian, Zahid, New York: I.B.Tauris, Latest Edition.
 The Struggle for Pakistan: A Muslim Homeland and Global Politics, Jalal, Ayesha, (2014), The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Latest Edition.
 A Concise History of Pakistan, Kazimi, M. R., (2008), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Constitutional and Political History of Pakistan (3rd ed.), Khan, Hamid, (2017), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 A History of Pakistan, Long, Roger D., (2015), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Islam, Ethnicity, and Power Politics: Constructing Pakistan’s National Identity, Rais, RasulBakhsh, (2017), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Deadly Embrace: Pakistan, America, and the Future of Global Jihad, Riedel, Bruce, (2011), Washington: Brookings Institute Press, Latest Edition.
 Pakistan: The Formative Phase, Sayeed, K. B., (1960), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Pakistan: A New History, Talbot, Ian, (2014), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Jinnah of Pakistan, Wolpert, Stanley, (1997), Karachi: Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies: 01/2018 Board of FOST&H Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17(ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26.03.2018 11042018 23042018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Islamic Studies
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : SS111
Semester : 2^{nd} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain scope and significance of basic beliefs & pillars of Islam, their effects on different aspects of individual life and society 
Cognitive 
2 
8 
2 
Enhance understanding of Quran, Hadith and life of Holy Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) as the source of inspiration and guidance. 
Cognitive 
2 
6 
PContents:
·Quran and Uloom ul Quran:
Surah AlHujurat., Surah AlFurqan (These both surahs cover all topics related to ethical values of Islamic society including Taqwa, Taqwa, Simplicity, Lawful earning, Social Justice, Rights of Parents, elders, neighbors, Fear of Allah and Truthfulness), Excellence of Holy Quran (Aijazul Quran), History of collection and compilation of Holy Quran
·.Basic Beliefs of Islam:
Tauheed, its importance, effects on the life of believer, shirk and its types, Existence of Angles, Holy Scriptures, Prophethood, its need and necessities, characteristics and Finality of Prophethood, Concept on life hereafter.
·Life history of Holy Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ):
Life history at Makkah (Before Prophethood), Life history at Makkah (after Prophethood), Life history at Madina {including Brotherhood, Charter of Madina, Victory of Makkah and Last Sermon of Holy Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), Importance of Hadith and Sunnah, Ten selected Ahadiths (Covering topics related to Proper usage of time, Hospitality, quality of shyness, love and affection to humanity, facilitate to others and tolerance etc).
·Fundamentals of Islam:
Testifying KalimaShahadah, Prayer, its importance, preconditions, obligations and effects, Zakat, its aims & objectives, Requirements, Legal recipients, Nisab and benefits, Fasting, its philosophy, requirements and benefits, Pilgrimage, requirements, types, obligations, procedure and benefits, Jihad and its types.
·Islam and Science:
Quran and Science, Importance of science and technology in Islam, Historical contribution of Islam and Muslims in the development of science, Verses of Holy Quran those cover different fields of science e.g. social, management and natural science.
Books Recommended:
 The universal religion:, A.A Umrani, Islam,Naseem book dept, Latest Edition.
 SirateeMustaqeem,A.Q. Natiq, Urdu bazzar Karachi, Latest Edition.
 Islam aurHamariZindagi,S.M. Saeed, Naseem Book Dept, Latest Edition.
 M. Shabudden, Quran Science and Muslims, Al Maktabah Al Ashrafiya, Lahore, latest edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies: 01/2018 Board of FOST&H Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17(ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26.03.2018 11042018 23042018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Ethics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : SS104
Semester : 2^{nd} Semester
Effective : 19ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite : Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Create stable and healthy civilized society. 
Cognitive 
2 
6 
2 
Develop uniformity of moral beliefs and behavior. 
Cognitive 
2 
8 
Contents:
·Ethics:
Definition of Ethics, Position of ethics in different religions.
·Islam:
Introduction, Role of Beliefs and Arakans in character building, Rights of NonMuslim, Ill effects of corruption and respect of law.
·Hinduism:
Introduction, Role of doctrines in character building, Religious books, Concept of ReBirth and its influence in social life, Celebration days and their social effects, Comparative study of cast systems in the contemporary atmosphere.
·Buddhism:
Introduction, Doctrines, Eight Nobel Paths of Buddha and its benefits, Critical study on concept of Renunciation of material & worldly life.
·Christianity:
Introduction, Doctrines, Religious books, Celebration days.
·Judaism:
Introduction, Doctrines, Religious books, Ten Commandments of Moses and its importance in social life.
·Moral values of different religions:
Patience, Modesty, Moderation, Tawakal, Taqwa, Lawful earning, Sincerity, Positivity, Forgiveness and Softening.
·Bad morals:
lying, pride, selfishness, Fame, Greed, Extravagantness, Bribe, Social injustice, Religious biasness and Discrimination on the basis of race, color and faith
Books Recommended:
 Comparative Study of Religions,Dr. A Rasheed, Tahir sons Karachi, Latest Edition.
 MazahibeAalamkinazar main, Aadil Faraz, Ikhlaqiyat, ApnaIdaraLahor, Latest Edition.
 Mazahib Aalam joTaqabili, Jaezo, M HashimChannaNaseem Book depot, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies: 01/2018 Board of FOST&H Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17(ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26.03.2018 11042018 23042018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES AND RELATED STUDIES
Title of Subject : Complex Variables & Transforms
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester 4^{th} Semester
Course Code : MTH213
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Applied Calculus, Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Compute complex number and complex variables. Complex differentiation and integration 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply Transformations, Laplace and Fourier and their geometrical and physical applications 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
3 
Analyse Fourier transforms for the solution of differential equations 
Cognitive 
3 
1 
Contents:
·Complex Numbers System and Complex Variable Theory:
Introduction to complex number systems. De Moiver’s theorem and its applications. Complex functions, CauchyRiemann equations (in Cartesian and polar coordinates). Complex integration , singularities, poles, residues and contour integration and applications.
·Laplace Transforms
Laplace and inverse Laplace transform of elementary functionsand their properties. Applications of Laplace transformation in various fields of engineering.
·Fourier transform
Fourier transform and inverse Fourier transforms. Solution of differential equations using Fourier Transform.
Recommended Books:
 Advanced Engineering Mathematics, H.K. Dass, Latest Edition.
 Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Dr. B.S Grawall, Latest Edition.
 Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Crayzig, Latest Edition.
 Theory and Problems of Laplace Transforms, McGraw Hill.M.R. Speigal, Schaum’s Outlines Series, Latest Edition.
 Theory and Problems of Complex Variables, McGraw Hill. M.R. Speigal, Schaum’s Outlines Series, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies: 01/2018 Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
01 3.1 17(ii) 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
26.03.2018 11042018 23042018 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Electrical Machines
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester 4^{th} Semester
Course Code : EL202
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Applied Physics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 2 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the working, construction, connections and fundamentals of electrical machines. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Analyze the performance and characteristics of electrical machines. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Demonstrate the experiments and analyze the data of various electrical machines. 
Psychomotor 
4 
5 
Contents:
·Transformer:
Ideal and practical singlephase transformer, derivation of equivalent circuit, determination of transformer parameters, voltage regulation, efficiency, variable frequency operation, 3phase transformer connection, auto transformer and current transformer.
·DC Machine:
General construction, motor/generator action, armature winding, magnetic circuit, armature reaction, commutation, EMF and torque equation, performance characteristics of shunt motor, speed control and starter, losses and efficiency, descriptive comparison of shunt, series and compounded motor.
·Induction Motor:
Production of rotating magnetic fields, principles of induction motor, induction motor as a generalized transformer, derivation of equivalent circuit, power balance equation, torque, output power, circuit parameters. starting, terminal characteristics of fractional horsepower motors and servo motors.
·Synchronous Generator and Motor:
General construction, relation between speed, number of poles and frequency waveform, armature winding. EMF equation, losses and efficiency, armature reaction, vector diagram of alternator, regulation, synchronous motor: torque, excitation, starting and power factor improvement, stepper motor.
Recommended Books:
 Electrical Machines and their Applications, Hindmarsh, J, Latest Edition
 Electrical Technology, Hughes, E, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Communication Skills
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ENG204
Semester : 4^{th}Semester
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 2 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Draft varied texts including formal letters, CV, cover letter for jobs, and Technical Reports using mechanisms of academic writing integrated with paraphrasing and summarizing techniques. 
Cognitive 
3 
10 
2 
Understand, interpret and infer the texts critically and apply the knowledge in real life situations by participating in public speaking acts and group discussions. 
Cognitive 
2 
9 
Contents:
·Introduction to Communication to Skills:
 Communication Principles.
 The process of communication.
 Importance of good communication skills in business environment
 Communication in business organizations
 Internaloperational
 Externaloperational
 Personal
 Challenge of communication in the global market.
·Study Skills:
 Brain storming
 TimeManagement
 Effective reading strategies
 Notetaking
 Organization
 Summarizing
·Components of Communication:
 Context
 SenderEncoder
 Message
 Medium
 Receiverdecoder
 Feedback
·NonVerbal Communication:
 Appearance and dress codes
 Body language
 Silence, time and space
 Importance of listening in communication
·Function English:
 Defining factors in everyday communication:
 In business organization
 In social exchanges
 Roleplay/Speaking activities
·Public Speaking:
 Difference between speaking and writing.
 Reading texts of good public speeches and analysis of their components.
 Listening to fomous public speeches.
 D. Exercises in public speaking
·Formal Presentations:
 Difference between informal and formal presentations
 Modes of formal presentations
 Extemporaneous
 Prepared
 Reading out from a written text
 Combination of the above mentioned
 Purpose of oral presentations
 Entertain
 Persuade
 Inform
 Sell
 Mechanics of presentations
 Organization
 Preparation (including AVAs)
 Rehearse
 Present
 Teacher shall model presentation both, with and without AVAs
·Formal Presentations:
Student presentations.
·Correctness of Written Communication:
A.Punctuation
 Grammar: Some basic principles
 Error correcting Exercises
·Written Communication:
A.Systematic approach to effective written communication.
 Language
 Style
 Tone
 Organization
 Practice of written communication for a variety of situations.
Recommended Books:
 Ultimate Cover Letter, Martin Yalke,
 Effective Business Communication, Herbert W. Hidebranot, Latest Edition.
 The Ultimate Job Search Letters, Martine Yate, Latest Edition.
 Career Road Map Guide for Engineers, Engr. Junaid Shaikh, Latest Edition.
Approval 
Board of Studies Board of FEEC Engineering Academic Council 
Res. No. Res. No. Res. No. 
42.2 
Dated: Dated: Dated: 
16.7.2019 
MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Electromagnetic Fields
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 4^{th} Semester
Course Code : ES243
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Linear Algebra & Analytical Geometry, Applied Physics Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Describe the vector algebra and calculus, orthonormal and nonorthonormal coordinate systems, introduces the concepts of gradients, divergence and curl operations. 
Cognitive 
1 
1 
2 
Apply the theory of electrostatics in different situations. 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
3 
Analyze magnetostatics theoretically and discuss the application of electric and magnetic laws for Maxwell equations and Wave equation and Antennas. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
Contents:
Introduction
Review coordinate system, gradient divergence and curl of a vector.
The Steady Electric Fields:
Coulomb’s law, electric field intensity, field intensity due to a point charge, line charge, sheet of charge and continuous volume charge density, electric flux, and flux density, Guass’ law and its applications, divergence theorem, Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations.
The Steady Magnetic Fields:
Magnetic flux and flux density, BioSavart law, Ampere’s law, Stokes theorem.
Time varying fields and Maxwell’s equations:
Faraday’s law, continuity equation, inconsistency of Ampere’s law, displacement current, modified Ampere’s law, Maxwell’s equations in point and integral form.
Uniform Plane Wave Propagation:
Uniform plane wave propagation, uniform plane waves, the wave equations for conducting medium & sinusoidal time variations, phase and group velocity, conductors & dielectrics, Poynting’s theorem & flow of power.
Ground Wave Propagation:
Plane earth reflection, space & surface waves, spherical earth propagation, tropospheric waves.
Ionospheric Waves:
Introduction to ionosphere; wave propagation in the ionosphere, reflection & refraction by the ionosphere. Regular & irregular variations of the ionosphere, attenuation factor.
Antennas:
Introduction, network theorems, directional properties of dipole antennas, twoelement array, horizontal patterns in broadcast arrays, linear arrays, multiplication patterns, binomial array, antenna gain and effective area. antenna terminal impedance, transmission loss between antennas resistance & reciprocity theorem
Recommended Books:
 Electromagnetic Fields and Radiating Systems, Jordan, E.C, PrenticeHall, Latest Edition.
 Engineering Electromagnetic, Hayt, W.H., McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
 Electromagnetics, Kraus, J.D., and Kraver, K.R., McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Integrated Electronics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 4^{th} Semester
Course Code : ES253
Effective : 18ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Electronic Circuit Design Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the fabrication process, internal biasing circuits of ICs i.e. current mirrors and current sources and describe various logic families 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply and interpret operational amplifiers, pulse & switched circuits and IC timers in different applications on the basis of understanding its different configurations. 
Cognitive 
3 
3 
3 
Analyze the operations of differentiators, integrators, comparators, A/D & D/A converter with the help of operational amplifier with given specifications 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
4 
Reproduce the characteristics of different digital logic families and build semester project on designing and simulation of interface and switching circuits 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
IC Fabrication:
Introduction to the fabrication of digital microelectronic pMOS, nMOS, CMOS, and BiCMOS circuits, epitaxy, ion implantation and oxidation, Basics of VLSI Design, Presentation of concepts and techniques used in the fabrication of VLSI circuits, integrated circuit fabrication, integrated circuit layout, NMOS and CMOS logic design, design issues.
Logic Families:
Saturating and nonsaturating logic families (DTL, TTL, ECL, I2L, CMOS), noise margin, fanout, propagation delay.
Transistor sources and amplifiers:
Analog and digital circuit interface with applications, differential amplifiers, DC and AC analysis of differential amplifier, design of simple differential amplifier, level translator, current sources (simple current mirror, Widler and Wilson current source), output stage design
Switching Circuit Design and applications:
Detailed design of pulse and switching circuits, monostable, astable and bistable circuits, emittercoupled flipflop, detailed study of timer ICs and their applications,
Operational Amplifier:
Use of opamp as a circuit element, offset and offset compensation, opamp with negative feedback, frequency response of an opamp, DC and AC analysis of opamp ICs, amplifier, linear and nonlinear applications, A/D and D/A converter , Schmitt trigger.
Recommended Books:
 Basic Electronics Devices, Circuits and Systems, M. Cirovic, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Microelectronic Circuits, Adel S. Sedra and Kenneth C. Smith, Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Basic Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits, Thomas L. Floyd and David M. Buchla, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Microelectronic Circuit Design, Richard C. Jaeger and Travis N. Blalock , McGraw Hill Higher Education, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Communication Systems
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES385
Semester : 6^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Electronic Circuit Design, Signals & Systems Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the building blocks of communication, transmission media, principles of analogue, digital and pulse modulation/demodulation techniques and concepts of modern communication systems including cellular and satellite communication. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Analyse the performance of different communication systems and modulation techniques in the presence of noise. 
Cognitive 
4 
4 
4 
Reproduce different communication systems to investigate the output of different modulation/demodulation schemes. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
Introduction
Basic Blocks of Communication System, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Transmission Media, Wire and Wireless Communication.
Amplitude Modulation
Baseband and carrier communications, Double Sideband (DSB), Single Sideband (SSB), Vestigial Sideband (VSB), Superhetrodyne AM Receiver, Carrier Acquisition, Television
Angle Modulation
Instantaneous frequency, Bandwidth of FM/PM, Generation of FM/PM, Demodulation of FM/PM.
Noise
Mathematical representation, Signal to Noise Ratio, Noise in AM, FM, and PM systems
Pulse Modulation
Sampling and Quantization, Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Pulse Position and Pulse Width Modulation, Quantization Noise, Signal to Quantization Noise Ratio, Pulse code Modulation, Delta Modulation, Frequency Shift Keying, Phase Shift Keying, Information theory, Error detection and correction, Multiplexing techniques
 Modern Communication Systems
Cellular communication and their generation (1G to 5G), Satellite communication and their applications
Recommended Books:
 Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, B. P. Lathi, Oxford University Press, Latest Edition.
 Digital and Analog Communication Systems, Leon W. Couch, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Communication Systems Engineering, John G. Proakis and Masoud Salehi, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Control Systems
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES353
Semester : 6^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Complex Variables & Transforms, Signals & Systems Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the mathematical modelling of electrical, mechanical and electromechanical systems using differential equations, transfer functions, block diagrams and state variables. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Analyze the stability of control systems using Routh’s Criteria, root locus, bode plots and state space. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
3 
Design feedback controllers using root locus, bode plots and state space techniques to achieve desired transient response and acceptable steadystate errors. 
Cognitive 
5 
3 
4 
Constructs programs in simulation tool for analysis and design of control systems 
Psychomotor 
4 
5 
Contents:
Introduction to control systems
Openloop and closedloop systems,
System Modelling
InputOutput Model, Mathematical modelling of electrical systems, Mathematical modelling of mechanical systems, Mathematical Modelling of electromechanical systems
Time Domain Analysis
Review of Laplace Transform, differential equations, transfer functions, time domain response of first order systems, time domain response of 2^{nd} order systems, step response analysis and performance specification, steady state errors
Frequency domain analysis
Frequency domain response of first order systems, The Bode diagram, Nichols chart
Closed Loop Control Systems
Closed loop transfer function, Block diagram reduction, Signal flow graph, Controllers for close loop system, P, PI, PID controller, ZN Method for tuning PID controller, case study examples
Classical design in time domain
Stability of dynamic systems, Routh Hurwitz stability criterion in time domain, Root locus analysis, Compensator design in time domain
Classical design in frequency domain
Nyquist stability criterion in frequency domain, Phase lead compensator, Phase lag compensator
State space methods for control systems design
State space method, state vector differential equations, State equations from transfer functions
Recommended Books:
1. Modern Control Engineering”, K. Ogata, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
2. Automatic Control Systems, B.C. Kuo, Latest Edition.
3. Modern Control Systems,’ Richard C.Dorf, Latest Edition
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Probability and Random Signals
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES324
Semester : 6^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisite: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain basic probability concepts and their use in different problems 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply basic statistical techniques such as regression, curve fitting to engineering data 
Cognitive 
3 
2 
3 
Analyze different types of random variables to solve problems in science and engineering 
Cognitive 
4 
3 
Contents:
Set Theory
·Basic set definitions, types of sets, set operations, Vann diagram, set properties.
Basic concepts of probability
Conditional probability, independent events, Baye's formula, discrete and continuous random variables, distributions and density functions,
Probability Distributions
Binomial, Poisson, hyper geometric, normal, uniform and exponential
Statistics
Mean, variance, standard deviations, moments and moment generating functions,
Regression and Curve Fitting
Linear regression and curve fitting, limits theorems
Stochastic processes
First and second order characteristics, applications.
Recommended Books:
 Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Principles and Applications for Engineering and the Computing Sciences Susan Milton and Jesse C Arnold, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
 Statistics for Engineers and the Sciences, William Mendenhall and Terry Sincich, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : FPGA Based Digital Design
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES373
Semester : 6^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Digital Electronics Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Interpret the role of programmable logic devices in the modern electronic system designs and describe various types of FPGA architectures 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply the concepts and constructs of Hardware Description Language (VHDL) in order to experiment implementation of combinational and sequential digital systems in programmable devices. 
Cognitive 
3 
2 
3 
Design Finite State Machines (FSM) in VHDL in order to execute a practical design project and Illustrate impact of various parameters related to Optimization. 
Cognitive 
5 
4 
4 
Write VHDL code for different experiments on FPGA Trainers and Reproduce results using Software to observe and verify the digital designs on hardware; and analyze the areaperformance characteristics. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
Unit I FPGA and its Architecture:
Types of Programmable Logic Devices: PLA & PAL, FPGA Generic Architecture, Digital Design and FPGAs, FPGA Based System Design, FPGA Fabrics, SRAMBased FPGAs, Permanently Programmed FPGAs, Chip I/O, Circuit Design of FPGA Fabric. FPGA Design Flow Based on VHDL, System Design Examples using Xilinx/Altera FPGAs.
Unit II VHDL Coding Style:
Basic VHDL Elements and Semantics, Industry standard EDA tools for logic description, simulation and synthesis.
Unit III VHDL Modelling of Combinational & Sequential Circuits:
Behavioural, Data Flow and Structural Realization – Adders – Multipliers Comparators  Flip Flops Realization of Shift Register  Realization of a Counter Synchronous and Asynchronous FIFO –Single port and Dual port RAM.
Unit IV Synchronous Sequential Circuit:
Sequential Design Using FPGAs, Sequential Machine Design Process, Sequential Design Style: FSM Design, ASM Design. Finite State Machines (FSMs) for establishing Sequencing and Control: types and examples, Analysis and Synthesis, Optimization and principles using VHDL.
Recommended Books:
 Introduction to Embedded System Design Using Field Programmable Gate Arrays, Rahul Dubey, Springer, Latest Edition.
 Synthesis of Arithmetic Circuits: FPGA, ASIC, and Embedded Systems JeanPierre Deschamps, Gery Jean Antoine Biousl, Gustavo D. Sutter, 2005, John Wiley & Sons Inc, Latest Edition.
 FPGABased System Design Wayne Wolf, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Circuit Design and Simulation with VHDL, Volei A. Pedroni, MIT Press, Latest Edition.
 Digital System Design Using VHDL, Charles H. Roth, Jr., Cengage Learning, Latest Edition.
 VHDL For Engineers Kenneth L. Short, Prentice Hall, 2008, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Optoelectronics
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES397
Semester : 6^{th} Semester
Effective : 17ESBatch onwards
PreRequisites : Applied Physics Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 50 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 2 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 30 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Describe the basic concepts of optics, ray and wave nature of light, optical waveguides, resonators and cavities. 
Cognitive 
1 
1 
2 
Explain the working principle of Laser, LEDs, optical sensors, and related optoelectronics devices. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
3 
Apply the optoelectronics concepts and interfacing techniques for optical communication, energy harvesting, optical sensing and measurement. 
Cognitive 
3 
2 
4 
Reproduce different optical setups to investigate the characteristics of optoelectronic devices. 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
Geometric and Wave Optics
Snell’s Law, Numerical Aperture, Total internal reflection, Fresnel equations, dispersion, pulse broadening and distortion. interferometry, diffraction and polarization of light
Optical Waveguides, Resonators and Cavities
Resonant cavities. dielectric slab optical waveguide, optical fibre waveguide. Laser principles, population inversion and threshold conditions, laser modes.
Light emitting diodes and laser and Optical Sensors
Operating characteristics and typical structures, Types of laser diodes (monomode/tunable) such as DBR and DFB. Light Detectors: Principles of photodetection, types of semiconductor photodiodes.
Optical Communication and Optical Noise
Analog / Digital Modulation and corresponding optoelectronic circuits. Noise: Thermal and Shot noise, and signal to noise ratio in electrooptical systems. Optoelectronics in energy and telecommunications such as photovoltaic devices and wavelength division multiplexing.
Recommended Books
 Introduction to Optics, Frank L Pedrotti, Leno M Pedrotti, Leno S Pedrotti, Latest Edition.
 Fibre Optics Communications, Harold Kolimbiris, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Optical Fibre Communications: Principles and Practice, John M. Senior, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition..
 Fibre Optics: Communications and other Applications, Henry Zanger, Cynthia Zanger, Maxwell MacMillan International, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Entrepreneurship
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : SS411
Semester : 8^{th} Semester
Effective : F16ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Nil Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 0
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Develop a business plan with an appropriate business model 
Cognitive 
5 
11 
2 
Demonstrate the ability to provide a selfanalysis in the context of an entrepreneurial career 
Affective 
4 
9 
3 
Demonstrate the ability to find an attractive market that can be reached economically 
Affective 
3 
6 
Contents
·Venture Opportunity, Concept, and Strategy
Introduction
Business Model
Strategies
·Venture Formation and Planning
Risk and Return
The Business Plan
Types of Ventures
Legal Formation and Intellectual Property
·Financing
The financial plan
Sources of Capital
·Detailed Functional Planning
Marketing and Sales Plan
Acquiring and Organizing Resources
Management of Operations
Recommended Books:
 Technology Ventures: From Idea to Enterprise by Thomas Byers, Richard Dorf, Andrew Nelson, 4^{th} Edition, McGrawHill, Latest Edition.
 The Startup Owner’s Manual: The StepByStep Guide for Building a Great Company by Steve Blank, Bob Dorf, K & S Ranch, Latest Edition.
 The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses by Eric Ries, Penguin Book, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Digital Signal Processing
Discipline : Electronic Engineering
Course Code : ES433
Semester : 8^{th }Semester
Effective : F16ESBatch onwards
Prerequisites : Signals & Systems Corequisites: Nil
Assessment : 20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester
Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 50
Credit Hours : 3 1
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 45
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, each student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the principles of discretetime signal analysis to perform various signal operations 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Apply the principles of Fourier Transform to solve and investigate the frequency characteristics of discretetime signals and systems 
Cognitive 
3 
2 
3 
Create appropriate digital filter design to meet specific magnitude and phase requirements 
Cognitive 
5 
3 
4 
Reproduce design problems related to discrete signal and systems, frequency selective processing and design FIR/IIR filters in computer using simulation tool. Implement the semester project on the design/development of digital filters 
Psychomotor 
3 
5 
Contents:
Introduction
 Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, Realworld typical DSP applications, Review of Signals & Systems.
 Digital Signals and Systems
 Digital Signals, Discrete LTI systems, Difference Equations and Impulse Response, Digital Convolution
Discrete Fourier Transform and Signal Spectrum
 Discrete Fourier Series, Discrete Fourier Transform, Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT), Fast Fourier Transform
ZTransform and Inverse Z Transform Introduction to Digital Filters and Filter Realization
 Difference equation and digital filtering
 Difference equation and transfer function
 Zplane polezero plot and stability
 Digital filter frequency response
 Realization of digital filters – direct formI, direct formII, cascade and parallel and its applications
Finite Impulse Response Digital Filters and its design
 Introduction to FIR filters
 Design of FIR by
 Fourier Transform Method, Window Method, Frequency Design Sampling Method
 Various Design Applications
Infinite Impulse Response Filter Design
 Introduction to IIR filter
 Design of IIR filter by
 Bilinear Method
 Digital Butterworth and Chebyshav
 PoleZero placement method
 Various Design Applications
Hardwar and Software for Digital Signal Processing
Recommended Books:
 Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals and Applications, Li Tan, Elsevier, Latest Edition.
 Digital Signal Processing Proakis J.G. and Manolakis D.G., Macmillan Publishing Company, Latest Edition.
 Digital Signal Processing Oppenhiem A.V., Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing, Joyce van de vegte, Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject : Mechatronic Systems and Applications
Disciplines : Electronic Engineering
Semester : 8^{th }
Course Code: : ES451
Effective : F16ESBatch and onwards
Prerequisites : Digital Control Systems, Embedded System Design
Assessment : Sessional Work: 20% Written Examination: 80%
Marks : Theory: 100 Practical: 00
Credit Hours : 3 0
Minimum Contact Hours : 45 00
Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO No. 
Description 
Taxonomy Level 
Linking to PLOs 

1 
Apply Mechatronics system as a multidisciplinary technology using electronic hardware and software components. 
Cognitive 
C3 
3 
2 
Analyse Mechatronics system for product manufacturing using designing, interfacing and optimization techniques. 
Cognitive 
C4 
4 
3 
Design Mechatronic process development techniques and system controllers for industrial automation applications. 
Cognitive 
C5 
5 
Course Contents:
Mechatronics system theory, Mechatronics system constituents and key elements, Mechatronic system as a multidisciplinary technology, Mechatronics system applications and reallife examples, Device design and evolution process of SCARA robot, Software designing approaches, Modeling and simulation of power steering of a vehicle, Software validation and verification approaches, Assembly of hardware components: Case studies of automotive mechatronic subsystem and industrial robot gripper.
Mechatronics system modeling for automatic camera, automatic washing machine, antilock braking system and adaptive cruise control system, Vmodel design approach for Mechatronics, Linear and nonlinear optimization techniques, Agent based Mechatronic system optimization, Mechatronics system product classification, Design and manufacturing of a Mechatronics product, Mechatronics system integration: Case studies of complex models.
Programmable Logic Controller as a Mechatronic System Application, Distributed Control System as a Mechatronic System Application, Supervisory Controller and Data Acquisition System as a Mechatronic System.
Recommended Books:
 HGodfrey C. OnwuboluH, “Mechatronics: Principles and Applications”, Elsevier ButterworthHeinemann.
 HJohn BillingsleyH, “Essentials of Mechatronics”, John Wiley & Sons, Latest Edition.
 HRolf IsermannH, “Mechatronic Systems: Fundamentals”, Springer, Latest Edition.
 HDevdas ShettyHand HRichard KolkH, “Mechatronics System Design”, ThomsonEngineering, Latest Edition.
 W. Bolton, “Mechatronics: Electronic Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering”, Pearson Education, Latest Edition
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MEHRAN UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHORO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Title of Subject 
: 
Artificial Intelligence 
Discipline 
: 
Electronic Engineering 
Course Code 
: 
CS490 
Semester 
: 
8^{th }Semester 
Prerequisites 
: 
Computer Programming, Complex Variables & Transforms Corequisites: Nil 
Effective 
: 
F16ESBatch onwards 
Assessment 
: 
20% Sessional, 20% Mid Semester and 60% End Semester Practical: 40% Sessional and 60% End Semester 
Marks 
: 
Theory: 100 Practical: 50 
Credit Hours 

3 1 
Minimum Contact Hours 
: 
45 45 
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
CLO 
Description 
Bloom’s Taxonomy 
PLO 

Domain 
Level 

1 
Explain the process of realizing intelligent human behaviors in to a machine/computer program. 
Cognitive 
2 
1 
2 
Applying and representing expert knowledge for expert systems. 
Cognitive 
3 
1 
3 
Distinguish classical Artificial Intelligence techniques for computational problem solving. 
Cognitive 
4 
2 
4 
Construct intelligent programs using MATLAB toolboxes and unconventional programming languages as PROLOG and LISP. 
Psychomotor 
4 
3, 5 
Course outline:
·Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
History of AI, Basic elements of AI, Application areas of AI, Fields of AI, Turing Test, McCulloch Pits Model, Intelligence.
·Expert System (ES):
Overview of ES, Benefits and Limitation of ES, Components of ES, Knowledge Representation, Chaining: Forward and Backward, Inference Engine, Knowledge Engineer, Domain Expert, Human vs. Artificial Expertise, Expert System Categories, Stage of Expert System Development.
·Intelligent Agents:
Overview of Agents, Generic Agent, Software Agent, Structure of Intelligent Agent, PAGE Descriptors, Agent Environment, Properties of Environment, Basic Agent Types: Table Driven, Simple Reflex, Model Based, Goal Based, Utility Based.
·Solving Problem by Searching:
Graph Theory, SingleAgent path finding problems, Two player games, constraint satisfaction problems, Problem space, State space, Problem instance, TicTacToe game, 8puzzle game, WaterJug problem, 8 Queens problem, search strategies: Forward and Backward, Evaluating Search strategies.
·Uninformed Search:
Breadth First Search, Depth First Search, Depth Limited Search, Depth First Iterative Deeping Search, Evaluating Search Algorithms, Uniform Cost Search, Repeated States.
·Informed Search:
Heuristics, Heuristic search, Heuristic function, Best First Search, Greedy Best First Search, A* Search, Hill climbing, Simulated Annealing, AlphaBeta pruning.
·Knowledge Engineering:
DIKW pyramid, Knowledge based system, levels of knowledge, categories of knowledge, Knowledge representation, Main approaches of knowledge representation.
·Knowledge Representation:
Rule based knowledge, casebased knowledge, Structures, Semantic networks, Frames, Scripts.
·Proportional Logic:
Proportional Logic, Syntax of Proportional Logic, Identities, Tautology, Contradiction, Satisfiable, Inference.
·Predicate Logic:
Predicate language, Syntax of predicate logic, Universal quantifier, Existential quantifier.
·Fuzzy Logic:
Overview of fuzzy logic, Linguistic variables, Fuzzy logic vs BiValued logic, Membership function, Fuzzy sets, Fuzzy set operations, Properties of Fuzzy sets, Fuzzy Cartesian product, Fuzzy composition.
·Practical work is based on the above theoretical course using MATLAB, PROLOG and LISP.
Recommended Books:
 Artificial intelligence – A Modern Approach, Russell S.; Norvig P., Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
 Artificial Intelligence – Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving, Luger G.F.;, Pearson Higher Education, Latest Edition.
 An Introduction to Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Sets, James J. Buckley, Esfandiar Eslami, Springer, Latest Edition.
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