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    Prospectus: Faculty of Arts & Basic Sciences

    CONTENTS

    FOREWORD 05

    Pro Vice Chancellors Message 07

    Deans Message 09

    Faculty of Arts & Basic Sciences 12

    o Department of Social Sciences 13 o Department of Mathematics 24

    o Department of Physics 34 o Department of Chemistry 40

    o Department of English 41

    The Faculty Profiles 42

    The Facilities/ Student Services 56

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    FOREWORDNo man is an island. What happens to one happens to us all, for we can't keepourselves aloof in the present globalized world. We share the same momentsof time and we need to utilize every minute with the concern for each and everyhuman being. This is the maxim propagated by Social Sciences. On the otherhand, the present age is the age of Science, Technology and Informationexplosion which demand an objective approach in pursuit of truth and growth.There is likelihood of too much engrossment with material affairs to thedetriment of human and social values. Much negation of human and socialvalues may turn us into mere robots and machines.

    In the present era of materialism and cut-throat competition, spiritual prioritiesare over ridden by mechanical mode of thinking. Such tendencies aresymptoms of moral degradation and neglect of the social norms. Humanattitudes and relations are fostered by Art, Literature and the study of SocialSciences, which are likely to be negated in the scenario of Science andTechnology. The scientific development has overwhelmed human life. This istaking the people away from the knowledge of individuals and members of thecivilized society.

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    It is imperative that some remedial steps are taken to forestall such a universalcatastrophe. We need to ensure that human beings get timely exposure tohumanism, and do not become mere manifestations of electrons, protons andneutrons. The salvation of the future generations lies in the study of socialsciences along with the learning of scientific and technical subjects.

    As the world is gradually shrinking into a global village, the importance ofEnglish as the language of higher learning can hardly be over emphasized.Mastery over the English language is a pre-requisite for finding a place ofrespect in the practical world or for effective pursuit of higher studies.

    At the same time, a sound grasp over Mathematics and basic sciences likePhysics and Chemistry is the pre-requisite for advancement in the fields oftechnology and engineering. Success in these fields is based on the masteryover the basic concepts of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    The Faculty of Arts and Basic Sciences was established at BUITEMS in viewof the importance of Social Sciences and the dire need of forming a soundbase in basic sciences. This faculty acts as a service provider to all thefaculties, besides fulfilling the needs of students of social sciences. The facultyis, thus, shouldering the immense responsibility of providing instructions inhumanities and basic sciences to the advantage of the students of BUITEMS.

    I appreciate the contribution of the faculty in furthering the standard and qualityof education at this institution.

    Engr. Ahmed Farooq BazaiVice Chancellor, BUITEMS, Quetta

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    Pro Vice Chancellors MessageProf. Dr. M.A. K. Malghani

    As an integral part of sustained growth of BUITEMS the Faculty of Arts andBasic Sciences, is envisaged as a vital component of academic growth of theuniversity. The undergraduate and graduate programs of the faculty seek toprovide education in theory and experimentation, well defined concentrationsthat allow students to tailor their studies for a more focused path foremployment, and excellent pre-professional training for careers in areas ofscience and arts including but not limited to research, teaching, governmentregulatory agencies and industrial production and quality control. Additionally,several technical electives allow for cross-disciplinary opportunities in theareas of Mathematics, Statistics, Psychology, International Relations andComputer Science among others. Bachelor's degree programs of the facultyare aimed at providing stepping stone to post-graduate education in differentareas as well as technical careers.

    Understanding the human beings and getting a clue to their intrinsic emotionalsystem is essential for the growth of human relations. All other spheres ofsocial behavior are subservient to such knowledge. The Faculty is lookingforward to the widening of the sphere of programs offered as its physicalfacilities and intellectual resources go on being consolidated. Faculty of Artsand Basic Sciences has acquired faculty having their degrees and postdoctoralexperience from prestigious universities around the world and they welcomecollaboration of students in their research programs.

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    Basic sciences require access to a variety of instruments, as well as coursework based on underlying principles of the subject and skill in its application.Students at BUITEMS have an opportunity to use these instruments andtechnical tools as an integral part of their coursework and researchexperience. Students of the faculty have the opportunity to do research leadingto project reports / theses / dissertations for partial fulfillment of their degreerequirements. In addition, all undergraduates in the Faculty are required tocomplete at least one project where students will address real-world interdisciplinary problems in a student team environment. This allows them todevelop leadership and problem solving skills in coordination with studentsmajoring in other disciplines.

    BUITMS has devised a flexible curriculum so as to provide a solid foundation inall areas of Arts and Basic Sciences. Facilities have been developed as someof these courses require laboratory work. Students of social sciences arerequired to take courses to strengthen their understanding of mathematics andattend colloquia where prominent scholars are invited to give lectures. Studentsof basic sciences study not only subject of their specialization, but they are alsorequired to choose from a variety of social sciences subjects for their ethicaland social growth.

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    Deans MessageDr. Muhammad Nawaz

    In its second meeting held on August 28, 2007, the Senate of BUITEMSapproved the proposal for restructuring of the faculties of the universityconsequent upon which a new faculty namely the Faculty of Arts and BasicSciences came into being. The faculty comprises of the Department of SocialSciences, the Department of English, the Department of Chemistry, theDepartment of Physics and the Department of Mathematics.

    These departments have their own academic programs and also provideacademic support to other faculties. Size of classes in Faculty of Arts andBasic Sciences is comparatively small that allow students to have a morepersonal relationship with their teachers and allow for a more robust, personaleducation. Such mentoring takes place both in formal classes and outside ofclass. The academic resources of the faculty include many outstandingresearchers, distinguished scholars, dedicated and highly motivated teachers.The classroom learning is supplemented by discussions on the latestadvancements in the respective fields. The students have ample opportunitiesto draw on the intellectual and material resources of the faculty and also onexpertise from other faculties. The teachers of all these departments interactcooperatively in research as well as teaching which is of great advantage tothe undergraduate and graduate students of the faculty.

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    We expect that after receiving degrees from BUITMS our graduates will findcareers as researchers working at the forefront of scientific inquiry, academicteaching at major institutions worldwide, and as leaders in industry and publicservice. We shall train them in a manner that they are uniquely qualified for aworld that increasingly demands flexibility, creativity, and cross-disciplinaryknowledge and skills.

    The faculty is active in mentoring its students in research and providing ampleopportunities to work closely with other students and faculty advisors on avariety of concepts and develop problem solving skills and spirit to work as ateam realizing that these are the attributes that are highly sought after byemployers. Students are encouraged to undertake interdisciplinary projects,work together in small teams and develop solutions to real-world problems.

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    Faculty of Arts & Basic Sciences

    Introduction

    The authorities at Balochistan University of Information Technology,Engineering and Management Sciences Quetta decided to restructure thefaculties of the university and created a new faculty namely the Faculty of Artsand Basic Sciences This restructuring was approved by the Senate in 2007 inits second meeting. This new faculty has brought five important departmentswithin one faculty.

    Vision

    Faculty of Arts and Basic Sciences aspires to achieve excellence inemanating quality education to those who seek it, and become a topgrade centre of excellent teaching and brilliant learning throughinnovation, extensive research and effective teaching, with the help ofdedicated teachers, motivated researchers and talented students.

    Mission

    Our mission is to provide to the students of various professions anddisciplines, sound knowledge of basic sciences --- a necessary toolin all applied sciences, engineering and technology, and of arts andhumanities which make them socially responsible citizens with a highcultural level and also inculcate in them an inquisitive mind and thecapability to question conventional wisdom.

    Aims and Objectives

    o To offer excellent and varied courses of study at theundergraduate level as well as selected graduate programs.

    o To offer liberal education through freedom of choice

    o To encourage students to explore a wide area of academicinterests and to acquire diverse research skills.

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    Departments of Faculty of Arts & Basic Science

    o The Department of Social Sciences

    o The Department of Mathematics

    o The Department of Physics

    o The Department of Chemistry

    o The Department of English

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    DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES(A strong basis for variety of careers)

    Introduction

    The Department of Social Sciences was established in July 2006 and it startedits academic programs in Fall 2006 with majors in English Language &Literature, International Relations and Psychology. The Department of SocialSciences is committed to nurturing social understanding, mutual growth,interpersonal communication skills and development of aesthetic qualities ofliterary creations and criticism for the promotion of good-will and humanisticbehavior at the national and international levels. The emphasis of the academicactivities would be on awakening the spirit of inquisitiveness rather than spoonfeeding on the part of the faculty. Our alumni must be mentally awake and ableto comprehend the intricacies of social behavior patterns. They must bementally equipped to critically appreciate the temperamental variations andpsychological and linguistic intricacies leading to the evolution of a morecivilized society. Scholastic empowerment and capacity building of theindividual is the focal point around which all our endeavors revolve.

    Social Sciences graduates can be better employed in various fields includingmedia, communication, social sectors, civil services, international developmentalagencies and teaching disciplines.

    Vision

    To be among the most sophisticated departments of the universityproducing quality leaders who will contribute to the societal well being.

    Mission Statement

    We, at the department of Social Sciences, assist our students to learnand explore new dimensions of the socio-political events taking placein contemporary world in general, and in Pakistan, in particular.

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    Objectives of the Department

    o To develop confidence, independence and ability to reflect inorder to enhance the employability of its graduates.

    o To inculcate in its graduates the ability to understand the criticalconcepts, analyze texts separately and explore the comparisonbetween them.

    o To make the students capable of appreciating the significance ofsocial and historical context and recognizing the cross-culturalinfluences.

    o To establish and develop a viable and forceful link between theoryand practices.

    o To ensure that the students are aware of the nature, origin, historyand scope of subjects as modern disciplines and theirrelationship with other sciences.

    o To give the working knowledge to the students of the applicationand the practices of the subject in real life and the necessary skillto continue a specialized study later on and achieve professionalexcellence.

    o To make its graduates able to conceive, design and conductresearch projects and analyze the information and share it withother colleagues.

    The Department of Social Sciences offers two 4-year BS programs.

    BS (Social Sciences) with specializations in InternationalRelations, Psychology or English.

    BS (Islamic Studies with Computer Technology)

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    BS (Social Sciences)

    BS (Social Sciences) is a blend of social, political, psychological and lingualsubjects that give the students a multi-dimensional view of life. Completing thisdegree will not only enable students possess a solid perspective regarding thegeo-political world but also help them explore new facets of their personalities

    Duration of the Program:The program leading to BS (SS) degree is of four years duration, equallydivided into eight semesters. Foundation courses are taught in the first foursemesters while the core courses are taught in the last four semesters for eachspecialization selected by the student, i.e. English, International Relations andPsychology. Each semester consists of eighteen weeks, sixteen weeks forteaching and two weeks for the preparation and the conduct of examinations.

    Admissions:The date of admission and schedule of commencement of classes is announcedin January/ February for the Spring Semester while in the month of July/August for the Fall Semester every year by the Faculty of Arts and BasicSciences.

    Admission CriteriaThe candidate seeking admission to BS (SS) Program must meet thefollowing criteria.

    Intermediate or equivalent with at least second division from anyrecognized Board/University in Pakistan/Foreign University.

    Qualifying aptitude test with at least desirable percentage asdecided by the Admission Committee.

    Compulsorily appearing in an interview on the date/time asscheduled by the university.

    Requirements for the Award of DegreeSuccessful completion of program with at least Cumulative Grade PointAverage of 2 out of 4.

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    Course Scheme for BS (Social Sciences)

    Foundation Courses: First Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-161 Foundation of English-I 3 + 0 2 HUM-101 Islamic Studies 3 + 0 3 HUM -111 Introduction to International Relations 3 + 0 4 HUM-136 Introduction to Psychology 3 + 0 5 HUM-104 Introduction to Sociology 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Second Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-261 Foundation of English-II 3 + 0 2 CS-103 Introduction to Computer Science 3 + 0 3 HUM-211 Geo Political Structure of the World 3 + 0 4 HUM-137 Introduction to Social Psychology 3 + 0 5 HUM-201 Principles of Sociology 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Third Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-365 Critical Reading 3 + 0 2 HUM-102 Pakistan Studies 3 + 0 3 HUM-311 Diplomatic History of International

    Relations, 1648 1945 3 + 0

    4 HUM-336 Experimental Psychology 3 + 0 5 MATHP-102 Elementary Mathematics & Statistics 3 + 0 6 HUM-268 Communication Skills 3 + 0 Total 18+ 0

    Fourth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-361 Academic Reading 3 + 0 2 ECON-106 Principles of Economics 3 + 0 3 HUM-312 Diplomatic History of International Relations

    since 1945 3 + 0

    4 HUM-337 Educational Psychology 3 + 0 5 HUM-202 Public Administration and Society 3 + 0 6 HUM-203 Research Methodology 3 + 0 Total 18+ 0

    Total credit hours for foundation courses = 66

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    Fifth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-480 Language Skills 3 + 0 2 HUM-461 Sociolinguistics 3 + 0 3 HUM-462 Psycholinguistics 3 + 0 4 HUM-463 Literary Criticism-I 3 + 0 5 HUM-464 Social History 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Sixth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-465 Study Skills, Introduction to Literature in

    English 3 + 0

    2 HUM-466 English Phonology 3 + 0 3 HUM-467 TESOL 3 + 0 4 HUM-468 Literary Criticism-II 3 + 0 5 HUM-469 Major Literary Movements 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Seventh Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-470 Introduction to Drama 3 + 0 2 HUM-471 Introduction to Research Methodology 3 + 0 3 HUM-472 Internship 3 + 0 4 HUM-473 Pakistani Literature in English 3 + 0 5 HUM-474 ENG -705 Forms in Poetry 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Eighth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-475 Lexical Studies 3 + 0 2 HUM-476 American Literature 3 + 0 3 HUM-477 Essays and Short Stories 3 + 0 4 HUM-478 Language and Communication 3 + 0 5 HUM-479 Research Project 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Total credit hours = foundation + core = 66 + 60 = 126

    Core Courses for BS (English)

    Command over English Language is the gateway to the world community,commerce and the job market. BS (Social Sciences) with specialization inEnglish is designed to include the subject of English Language and Literaturewith object of grooming the youth to an adequate extent in English Language inorder to enable them to face the challenges of the fast developing world.

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    Fifth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-411 Theories of International Relations 3 + 0 2 HUM-412 Foreign Policy Analysis 3 + 0 3 HUM-413 Islam & International Relations 3 + 0 4 HUM-414 International Organizations 3 + 0 5 HUM-415 Conflict Resolution 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Sixth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-416 Globalization in International Relations 3 + 0 2 HUM-417 Foreign Policy of Pakistan 3 + 0 3 HUM-418 International Political Economy 3 + 0 4 HUM-419 Defense & Strategic Studies 3 + 0 5 HUM-421 Peace Studies 3 + 0 6 HUM-432 International Politics of Environment 3 + 0 Total 18+ 0

    Seventh Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-422 International Law I 3 + 0 2 HUM-423 Diplomacy: Theory & Practice 3 + 0 3 HUM-424 Politics, Economy & Foreign Relations of

    South Asia 3 + 0

    4 HUM-425 Foreign Policy of Major Powers: USA, Russia and China.

    3 + 0

    5 HUM-426 Contemporary International Issues 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Eighth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-427 International law II 3 + 0 2 HUM-428 Human Rights in International Relations 3 + 0 3 HUM-429 Arms Control and Disarmament 3 + 0 4 HUM-430 Politics, Economy & Foreign Relations of

    Middle East/Central Asia Since 1945 3 + 0

    5 HUM-431 Research Project 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Total credit hours = foundation + core = 66 + 63 = 129

    Core Courses for BS (International Relations)

    The world is fast developing into a global village, erasing the significance ofgeographical boundaries. A clear and update view of International Relations islikely to equip our students with an advantage which would stand by them intaking competition examinations for civil services and help them in going forthe diplomatic and legal professions and in bridging up the ethnic divide.

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    Fifth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-436 History of Psychology 3 + 0 2 HUM-203 Applied Statistics 3 + 0 3 HUM-437 Personality Theories 3 + 0 4 HUM-438 Developmental Psychology 3 + 0 5 HUM-439 Consumer Psychology 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Sixth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-440 Positive Psychology and Ethics 3 + 0 2 HUM-445 Psychological Testing 3 + 0 3 HUM-446 Criminal Psychology 3 + 0 4 HUM-447 Mental Health & psychopathology 3 + 0 5 HUM-448 Neurological Basis of Behaviour 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Seventh Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-461 Sports Psychology 3 + 0 2 HUM-459 Cognitive Psychology 3 + 0 3 HUM-451 Cross-culture Psychology 3 + 0 4 HUM-452 Organizational Psychology 3 + 0 5 HUM-453 Clinical Psychology 3 + 0 6 HUM-460 Gender Psychology 3 + 0 Total 18+ 0

    Eighth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-454 Counseling Psychology 3 + 0 2 HUM-455 Environmental Psychology 3 + 0 3 HUM-456 Health Psychology 3 + 0 4 HUM-457 Parapsychology 3 + 0 5 HUM-458 Research Project 3 + 0 Total 15+ 0

    Total credit hours = foundation + core = 66 + 63 = 129

    Scheme of Studies for BS (Psychology)

    An adequate grasp of the subject of Psychology is imperative for bringingharmony in human relations. An intelligent approach to human beings andknowledge of human behavior patterns streamlines the human relationswithout giving rise to chagrin and distrust. Education of Psychology is the onlypossible way of mitigating mutual differences among the people.

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    Academic Staff (International Relations) S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Mr. Ahmad Shah Durrani Lecturer M.A. 2 Mr. Abdul Wadood Lecturer M.A. 3 Mr. Haidar Iqbal Hussain Lecturer M.A

    Academic Staff (Psychology) S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Mrs. Ayesha Abuzar Lecturer M.A. 2 Miss Anila Zafar Lecturer M.A.

    Academic Staff (English) S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Prof. Sultan Mahmood

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    M.A Dip. (TEFL) Sydney

    2 Syed Abdul Mannan Lecturer M.A 3 Ms. Sadiqa Ramzan Ali Lecturer M.A, ADP (TEFL)

    Karachi 4 Mr. Liaquat Ali Channa Assistant Professor M.A.(Eng.),M.Ed.(English

    Language Teaching) 5 Mr. Ahmed Zeeshan Gul Assistant Professor M.A MLit. (English

    Language & Linguistics) 6 Ms. Shazia Zafar Lecturer M.A., LLB 7 Ms. Bakht Bibi Lecturer M.A 8 Mr. Abdul Azeem Lecturer M.A 9 Ms. Batool Asadi Lecturer M.A 10 Mrs. Sarah Waseem Lecturer M.A

    Academic Staff

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    BS (Islamic Studies with Computer Technology)

    Islamic education is crucial for the moral and cultural infrastructure of an Islamicsociety. In modern times when all the faculties of knowledge aredigitalized, it was imperative that the seekers of knowledge of IslamicStudies may also be equipped with first hand knowledge of informationtechnology. Realizing the aforesaid aim, Faculty of Arts and Basic Sciencesdesigned a four years study program BS (Islamic Studies with ComputerTechnology) which comprises of many computer courses encompassing all thedisciplines of Islamic Studies. The program aims at making the students todevelop a splendid harmony with the latest challenges of the age andpossesses the capability of leading the new generation with true essence ofIslamic knowledge and impart the ever lasting skills in computer, inconsonance with the fundamental Islamic teachings bolstering them tocontribute towards a sound Islamic society free of ethnic, sectarian andnationalistic prejudices.

    Duration of the Program:The program leading to BS (Islamic Studies with Computer Technology)degree is of four years duration, equally divided into eight semesters. Eachsemester consists of eighteen weeks, sixteen weeks for teaching and two weeksfor the preparation and the conduct of examinations.

    Admissions:The date of admission and schedule of commencement of classes is announcedin January/ February for the Spring Semester while in the month of July/August for the Fall Semester every year by the Faculty of Arts and BasicSciences.

    Admission CriteriaThe candidate seeking admission to BS (ISCT) Program must meet thefollowing criteria.

    Intermediate or equivalent with at least second division from anyrecognized Board/University in Pakistan/Foreign University.Qualifying aptitude test with at least desirable percentage asdecided by the Admission Committee.Compulsorily appearing in an interview on the dates/time asscheduled by the university.

    Requirements for the Award of DegreeSuccessful completion of 47 courses of 135 credit hours with at leastcumulative Grade Point Average of 2 out of 4.

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    Scheme of Studies for BS (ISCT)First Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-101 Islamic Studies 3 + 0 2 CS-101 Introduction to Computer 2 + 1 3 HUM-191 Arabic Paper-1 3 + 0 4 HUM-161 English Paper-1 3 + 0 5 MATHA-235 Mathematical Logic 3 + 0 6 ISL-101 Quran Paper-1 (Tajweed) 2 + 0 Total 16+1=17

    Second Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-102 Pakistan Studies 3 + 0 2 CS-111 Introduction to Computer Programming 2 + 1 3 HUM-291 Arabic Paper-2 3 + 0 4 HUM-261 English Paper-2 3 + 0 5 HUM-207 Study of Religions and Sects 3 + 0 6 ISL-201 Quran Paper-2 2 + 0 Total 16+1=17

    Third Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 ISL-231 Usool-e-Tafseer 3 + 0 2 CS-331 Data Base Management System 2 + 1 3 HUM-292 Arabic Paper-3 3 + 0 4 HUM-369 English Paper-3 3 + 0 5 ISL-211 Seerah of The Holy Prophet (PBUH)-1 3 + 0 6 ISL-212 Hadith Paper-1 2 + 0 Total 16+1=17

    Fourth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 ISL-331 Tafseer 3 + 0 2 CS-212 Object Oriented Programming (C++) 1 + 2 3 HUM-293 Arabic Paper-4 3 + 0 4 ISL-321 Usool-e-Fiqh 3 + 0 5 ISL-311 Seerah of the Holy Prophet-2 3 + 0 6 ISL-213 Hadith Paper-2 2 + 0 Total 15+2=17

    Fifth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 HUM-208 Islam and Science 3 + 0 2 CS-313 Computer Graphics 3 + 0 3 HUM-294 Arabic Paper-5 3 + 0 4 BANK-303 Islamic Banking & Finance 3 + 0 5 ISL-141 Dawah & Islamic Culture (Dawah Introduction

    and Methods) 3 + 0

    6 ISL-202 Quran Paper-3 2 + 0 Total 17+0=17

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    Total credit hours = 135

    Sixth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 ISL-322 Elm-ul-Fiqh 3 + 0 2 CS-302 Web Designing 2 + 1 3 HUM-391 Arabic Paper-6 (Selection from Arabic

    Literature III) 3 + 0

    4 IT-301 Visual Basic (Net) 1 + 2 5 ISL-241 Dawah & Islamic Culture (Public Speaking

    and Debate) 3 + 0

    6 ISL-203 Quran Paper-4 2 + 0 Total 14+3=17

    Seventh Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 ISL-251 Islamic History 3 + 0 2 TE-301 Data Communication and Network 2 + 1 3 HUM-392 Arabic Paper-7(Selection from Arabic

    Literature III) 3 + 0

    4 CS-316 System Analysis and Design 2 + 1 5 ISL-341 Dawah and Islamic Culture

    (Dawah in the Modern Era) 3 + 0

    Total 13+2=15

    Eighth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 HUM-304 Islamic Sufism 3 + 0 2 CS-412 Artificial Intelligence 2 + 1 3 HUM-393 Arabic Paper-8(Selection from Arabic

    Literature III) 3 + 0

    4 HUM-203 Islamic Philosophy and Elmul Kalam 3 + 0 5 ISL-456 Research Methodology 3 + 0 6 Project/ Case Study 3 + 0 Total 17+1=18

    Academic Staff S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Qari Arshad Yameen Assistant Prof. M.A.

    2 Mr. Tariq Mehmood Lecturer M.A.

    3 Miss Afsheen Anwar Lecturer M.A.

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    Department of Mathematics

    Vision

    Our vision is to be among the leading Mathematics departments ofthis country, which provides first rate education in the subject and is acentre of active and motivated research workers.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the department of mathematics is to play a leading rolein the development of mathematical minds for the 21st century locally,nationally and internationally with the aim to apply and developsustained reflection, investigation and critique in learning andteaching mathematics.

    Objectives of the Department

    We strive in our department, first of all, to remedy any deficiencies thatthe students might have in their mathematical background and then toproduce graduate and postgraduate mathematicians who areproficient in their fields, have conceptual clarity and are able toexpress their thoughts and ideas in logical and coherent manner. Wealso function as a service department and take care of large numberof Mathematics courses in other departments and faculties.

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    BS in Mathematics

    Duration of the Program:The program leading to BS (Mathematics) degree is of four years duration,equally divided into eight semesters. Each semester consists of eighteenweeks, sixteen weeks for teaching and two weeks for the preparation and theconduct of examinations.

    Programs OfferedDepartment of Mathematics offers 4 year BS in Mathematics, MS inMathematics and MS leading to PhD programs and has a significantcontribution as service department for other faculties. Teaching for all programsis by lectures, directed study, problem solving, small group tutorials, computerlaboratory classes, projects and research.

    Admissions:The date of admission and schedule of commencement of classes is announcedin January/ February for the Spring Semester while in the month of July/Augustfor the Fall Semester every year by the Faculty of Arts and Basic Sciences.

    Admission CriteriaThe candidate seeking admission in BS (Mathematics) must meet thefollowing criteria.

    Intermediate with Mathematics securing at least 50% marks inaggregateAny other examination of a foreign university / Institution/Examining Body equivalent to the higher secondary schoolcertificate, Equivalence and percentage of marks will bedetermined by IBCCQualifying aptitude test with at least desirable percentage asdecided by the Admission Committee.Compulsorily appearing in an interview on the dates/time asscheduled by the university.

    Requirements for the Award of DegreeSuccessful completion of program with at least cumulative Grade Point Aver-age of 2 out of 4.

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    Scheme of Studies for BS (Mathematics)First Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 CS-101 Introduction to Computers 3 + 1 2 MATHp-111 Linear Algebra 3 + 0 3 MATHp-167 Calculus-I 3 + 0 4 PHY-104 Physics I 3 + 1 5 HUM-163 Functional English 3 + 0 6 CS-216 Computer Algebra System 0 + 2 Total 15+4=19

    Second Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 MATHp-267 Calculus-II 3 + 0 2 MATHa -233 Discrete Mathematics 3 + 0 3 PHY-105 Physics II 3 + 1 4 HUM-102 Pakistan Studies 3 + 0 5 CS-218 Computer Algebra System 0 + 2 6 CS-113 Introduction to Programming 3+1

    Total 15+4=19 Third Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 MATHp -268 Calculus III 3 + 1 2 CS-214 Data Structure & Algorithms 3 + 1 3 STAT-201 Statistics I 3 + 0 4 MATHa-141 Mechanics 3 + 0 5 HUM-101 Islamic Education 3 + 0 MATHa-131 Computer Algebra System 0 + 2 Total 15+4=19

    Fourth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 MATHp 269 Complex Analysis 3 + 0 2 MATHp 169 Differential Equations 3 + 0 3 STAT -301 Statistics II 3 + 0 4 MATHp -241 Topology 3 + 0 5 HUM 264 Technical Reporting 3 + 0 Total 15+0=15

    Fifth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours 1 MATHp 369 Real Analysis I 3 + 0 2 MATHp 331 Differential Geometry I 3 + 0 3 MATHp 311 Algebra I 3 + 0 4 MATHp 366 Differential Equations II 3 + 0 5 PHY - 346 Modern Physics 3 + 0 Total 15+0=15

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    Sixth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 MATHp-370 Real Analysis II 3 + 0 2 MATHp-368 Numerical Analysis I 3 + 0 3 MATHp-312 Algebra II 3 + 0 4 MATHp-367 Functional Analysis 3 + 0 5 MATHa-331 Mathematical Modeling and Simulation 3 + 1 Total 15+1=16

    Seventh Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 MATHp-475 Numerical Analysis II 3 + 0 2 MATHa-448 Quantum Mechanics 3 + 0 3 MATHp-419 Operational Research 3 + 0 4 Elective I 3 + 0 5 Elective II 3 + 0 Total 15+0=15

    Eighth Semester S.# Course Code Course Title Credit Hours1 Elective-III 3 + 0 2 Elective-IV 3 + 0 3 Elective-V 3 + 0 4 Final Project 6 + 0 Total 15+0=15

    Total credit hours = 133

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    Laboratory Facilities

    The department of Mathematics has a computer laboratory for the students ofMS leading to Ph D program. This laboratory has ten Dell machines, one printerand internet connectivity.

    Research in the Department of MathematicsDr. Syed is an applied Mathematician, specializing in quantum field theory ofelementary particles, classical Electrodynamics and Applications of GroupTheory in Physics. Currently, he is involved in research on Representation Theoryof non - compact rotation groups. A number of MS student of the department,are working with Dr. Syed on various ways of parametrising arbitrary elementsof SO (2,1).

    Dr. Mohammad Nawaz has specialized in pure Mathematics. His areas ofinterest include Category Theory, Intuitionistic Logic and logical aspects ofQuantales. Some MS students are working with him on enriched categoriesand topos theoretic concepts.

    PhD in Mathematics

    MS Leading to PhD in MathematicsThe MS leading to PhD program in mathematics at Balochistan University ofInformation Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences Quettaemphasizes strengthening of ability of a student in mathematical reasoning.Students in this program prepare themselves either for further graduate workor for academic, industrial, business, or government employment. Thedepartment offers a variety of courses in the domains of Algebra, Analysis,Topology, Applied Mathematics and Logic.

    Course WorkUp to five foundation / remedial non-credit courses as recommendedby the department. The student must obtain CGPA > 3.30 credit hour course work prescribed by the department. If CGPAFalls below 3, the student will have to improve it to > 3. In case thestudent fails to improve the CGPA to > 3, however the CGPA is >2.5, the student will do 6 credit hour thesis to qualify for MS degreeand will exit.

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    (If CGPA >3, the student will be transferred to the PhD program and will beprovisionally assigned a research supervisor).

    18 credit hour coursework and Research Reading. Student mustcomplete this coursework with CGPA > 3. Any student who getsCGPA< 3 will have to improve it to > 3 before DoctoralQualifying Examination.

    EligibilityM Sc in Mathematics or an equivalent degree from a recognizedinstitution with at least 50% marks or equivalent grade.The candidate is required to pass subject entry test.

    PhD in Mathematics (Direct Admission)

    The program provides intensive training in the logical thinking and problemsolving skills and aims at giving strong back-ground required for career asmathematician. The program is planned to develop in the student afundamental understanding of basic fields of interest, the ability toformulate and recognize significant research problems, and the ability toanalyze problems, reach solutions, and transmit ideas to others. The PhD Program consists of course work, comprehensive examination and adissertation embodying results of original research.

    EligibilityThe applicants must be MS in Mathematics or equivalent i.e. 18 years ofeducation with 1st division or equivalent grade. The candidate will appear toqualify subject entry test.

    Course WorkUp to six foundation / remedial non-credit courses asrecommended by the department. The student must obtain CGPA > 3.18 credit hour coursework and Research Reading. Student mustcomplete this coursework with CGPA > 3. Any student who getsCGPA< 3 will have to improve it to > 3 before DoctoralQualifying Examination. In case the student fails to improve theCGPA to > 3, however the CGPA is > 2.5, the student will do 6credit hour thesis to qualify for MS degree and will exit.

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    Doctoral Qualifying Examination (DQE)

    All doctoral students in Mathematics are required to pass the DoctoralQualifying Examination at the end of their coursework. The DQE will be awritten comprehensive examination from the following core areas:

    Real AnalysisComplex AnalysisAlgebraTopologyApplied MathematicsDifferential GeometryLogic

    The DQE will test the student's comprehension and understanding of theMathematical Principles and the research approaches.

    The Advanced Studies & Research Board will decide the eligibility of thecandidate for DQE. After successful completion of DQE the student will bedeclared PhD candidate.

    Thesis/ Dissertation The student will decide research topic in consultation with the expertise

    available in the Faculty. Advisor / Research Committee for student willbe announced to initiate the research.

    The Research Committee may include two academicians from foreignuniversities.

    The student will write research proposal and defend it before theResearch Committee. The Research Committee will recommend theproposal for approval to Advanced Studies & Research Board.

    The student will conduct the research under the guidance of the Advisor. The student will present and defend research of thesis/dissertation

    before the Research Committee. The student will qualify the GRE prior to submission of thesis for

    evaluation. The thesis/dissertation will be evaluated by two referees anywhere in

    the world approved by Board of Advanced Studies. The student will finally defend thesis/dissertation publicly. After

    successful defense, the Research/Defense Committee will giverecommendation for the award of degree.

    The student is also required to have at least one publication in HECapproved journal before the award of the PhD degree.

    On the recommendation of the Research/Defense Committee thestudent will be awarded PhD degree.

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    S.# Course Code Courses Credit Hours

    1 MATHa-404 Theory of Probability-I 3 + 0 2 MATHa-444 Combinatorial Theory-I 3 + 0

    3 MATHa-451 Mathematical Physics: Classical Mechanics (core) 3 + 0

    4 MATHa-501 Advanced Mathematical Statistics 3 + 0 5 MATHa-502 Stochastic Processes-I 3 + 0 6 MATHa-503 Theory of Probability-II 3 + 0 7 MATHa-544 Mathematical Physics: Quantum Mechanics 3 + 0 8 MATHa-601 Stochastic Processes-II 3 + 0 9 MATHp-351 History of Mathematics 3 + 0 10 MATHp-412 Algebra-I (core) 3 + 0 11 MATHp-432 Algebraic Geometry-I 3 + 0 12 MATHp-442 Topology-I (core) 3 + 0 13 MATHp-470 Approximation Theory 3 + 0 14 MATHp-472 Complex Analysis-I (core) 3 + 0 15 MATHp-474 Real Analysis-I (core) 3 + 0 16 MATHp-478 Ordinary Differential Equations-I (core) 3 + 0 17 MATHp-484 Functional Analysis 3 + 0 18 MATHp-511 Advanced Linear Algebra (core) 3 + 0 19 MATHp-512 Algebra-II 3 + 0 20 MATHp-514 Commutative Algebra-I 3 + 0 21 MATHp-515 Introduction to Homological Algebra 3 + 0 22 MATHp-519 Lie Algebras-I 3 + 0 23 MATHp-531 Algebraic Geometry-II 3 + 0 24 MATHp-531 Geometry-I (Introduction to Manifolds) 3 + 0 25 MATHp-541 Algebraic Topology-I 3 + 0 26 MATHp-542 Topology-II 3 + 0 27 MATHp-551 Algebric Number Theory (core) 3 + 0 28 MATHp-552 Combinatorial Theory-II 3 + 0 29 MATHp-553 Set Theory (core) 3 + 0 30 MATHp-566 Classical Multivariate Analysis 3 + 0 31 MATHp-567 Complex Analysis-II 3 + 0 32 MATHp-568 Ordinary Differential Equations-II 3 + 0 33 MATHp-569 Partial Differential Equations 3 + 0 34 MATHp-570 Real Analysis-II 3 + 0 35 MATHp-571 Real Analysis-III 3 + 0 36 MATHp-611 Algebra-III 3 + 0 37 MATHp-612 Category Theory 3 + 0 38 MATHp-613 Commutative Algebra-II 3 + 0 39 MATHp-614 Lie Algebras-II 3 + 0 40 MATHp-631 Geometry-II (Introduction to Manifolds) 3 + 0 41 MATHp-641 Algebraic Topology-II 3 + 0 42 MATHp-642 Topology-III 3 + 0 43 MATHp-666 Several Complex Variables 3 + 0

    DurationThe minimum duration for completion of the PhD program is 3 years from thedate of enrollment in the PhD program. The maximum duration for thecompletion of degree is 8 years.

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    S.# Course Code Courses Credit Hours 1 MATHp-466 Adcanced Differential Equations 3 + 0 2 MATHp-480 Advance Measure Theory 3 + 0 3 MATHa-541 Advanced Electromagnetism 3 + 0 4 MATHa-542 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3 + 0 5 MATHp-467 Advanced Functional Analysis 3 + 0 6 MATHp-411 Advanced Group Theory 3 + 0 7 MATHp-469 Advanced Numerical Analysis 3 + 0 8 MATHa-547 Advanced Quantum Mechanics 3 + 0 9 MATHa-543 Aerodynamics 3 + 0

    10 MATHp-431 Algebraic Geometry 3 + 0 11 MATHp-441 Algebraic Topology 3 + 0 12 MATHa-441 Analytical Mechanics 3 + 0 13 MATHp-470 Approximation Theory 3 + 0 14 MATHa-442 Astronomy 3 + 0 15 MATHa-431 Automata Theory 3 + 0 16 MATHp-513 BCI and BCK Algebras 3 + 0 17 MATHp-413 Boolean Algebra 3 + 0 18 MATHp-103 Business Mathematics 3 + 0 19 MATHp-471 Calculus of Variations 3 + 0 20 MATHa-443 Celetial Mechanics 3 + 0 21 MATHp-451 Combinatorics 3 + 0 22 MATHa-231 Computer Applications 3 + 0 23 MATHa-232 Computer Language 3 + 0 24 MATHp-414 Continuous and Symmetric Group 3 + 0 25 MATHp-415 Control Theory 3 + 0 26 MATHp-473 Econometrics 3 + 0 27 MATHa-445 Electromagnetism 3 + 0 28 MATHp-416 Elements of Ring Theory 3 + 0 29 MATHp-476 Finite Element Methods 3 + 0 30 MATHa-446 Fluid Mechanics 3 + 0 31 MATHp-452 Foundation of Mathematics 3 + 0 32 MATHp-453 Fuzzy Sets and Applications 3 + 0 33 MATHp-417 Galois Theory 3 + 0 34 MATHa-401 Game Theory and Decision Theory 3 + 0 35 MATHa-450 General Relativity 3 + 0 36 MATHp-482 General Tensors 3 + 0 37 MATHp-454 Graph Theory 3 + 0 38 MATHp-351 History of Mathematics 3 + 0 39 MATHp-418 Homological Algebra 3 + 0 40 MATHp-481 Integral Equation 3 + 0 41 MATHp-516 Jorden Algebras 3 + 0 42 MATHp-517 Lattice Theory 3 + 0 43 MATHp-518 Lie Algebras 3 + 0

    Cont.

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    Academic Staff S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nawaz Professor D Phil 2 Prof. Dr. Ansaruddin Syed Professor PhD 3 Mr. Nadeem Raza Assistant Professor M. Phil 4 Mr. Waheed Iqbal Assistant Professor M Sc 5 Mr. Malik Hafeezullah Lecturer M Sc 6 Miss Sahar Raza Lecturer M Sc 7 Mr. Farooq Hussain Lecturer M Sc 8 Mr. Khurram Sattar Lecturer M Sc 9 Mrs. Saima Farid Lecturer (Statistics) M Sc

    10 Mr. Zubair Khan Lecturer (Statistics) M Sc

    S.# Course Code Courses Credit Hours 44 MATHp-455 Mathematical Logic 3 + 0 45 MATHa-447 Mathematical Physics 3 + 0 46 MATHa-402 Mathematical Statistics 3 + 0 47 MATHp-468 Measure Theory 3 + 0 48 MATHp-477 Numerical Solution of P.D.Es by Finite

    Difference Methods 3 + 0

    49 MATHp-483 Optimisation Theory 3 + 0 50 MATHa-403 Optimisation Theory 3 + 0 51 MATHp-479 Partial Differential Equations 3 + 0 52 MATHa-545 Rehology 3 + 0 53 MATHp-433 Riemanian Geometry 3 + 0 54 MATHp-532 Riemann Surfaces 3 + 0 55 MATHp-420 Rings and Fields 3 + 0 56 MATHp-520 Sematics Algebra 3 + 0 57 MATHp-572 Several Complex Variables 3 + 0 58 MATHa-452 Solid Mechanics 3 + 0 59 MATHa-453 Special Relativity 3 + 0 60 MATHp-573 Spectral Theory 3 + 0 61 MATHa-449 Statistical Mechanics 3 + 0 62 MATHa-405 Stochastic Processes and Queing Theory 3 + 0 63 MATHp-456 Theory of Algorithums 3 + 0 64 MATHp-521 Theory of Categories 3 + 0 65 MATHp-574 Theory of Complex manifolds 3 + 0 66 MATHp-421 Theory of Modules 3 + 0 67 MATHp-457 Theory of Numbers 3 + 0 68 MATHp-422 Theory of Semi Groups 3 + 0 69 MATHa-546 Thermodynamics 3 + 0 70 MATHp-522 Universal Algebra 3 + 0

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    DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

    Vision

    We aspire to produce competent and marketable physicists continuallyenhancing their intellect and critical thinking through observation andacademic challenges, capable to reflect upon and re-direct themselvesas the world around them changes.

    Mission Statement

    Physics Department at BUITEMS is committed to disseminateknowledge in physical sciences and emerging technologies in anenvironment conducive to imparting quality education and carrying outcutting edge research. The department aims in producing a sense ofexcitement amongst its students in exploring the universe and thedesire to engage in lifelong learning and attain high achievement levelboth as physicists and as professionals. Interdisciplinary programs ofthe department emphasize the ways that physics is interrelated withNatural and Applied Sciences. The department provides instructionalsupport to other faculties as well.

    Objectives

    This department strives to develop human learning and knowledge in allPhysics related fields. There are many steps being taken towards thisend, like facilitation of all Physics related Courses which are beingoffered by other faculties and departments. One major area of focus iscontinuous and ever expanding research to cover new fields of thissubject, to establish research & development facilities in new andemerging technologies with application of scientific methods,theoretical concepts and mathematical techniques to solve problems,analyse data and propose new experiments with the help of newtechnology. In this way, we hope, and strive, to impart specialization andachieve excellence.

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    Programs Offered

    Four year BS (Physics) and MS (Physics) programs are offered according toHigher Education Commission curriculum. In addition to this, applied physicsis taught to the students of chemical, textile, petroleum, computer, electronicsengineering and computer science. In this way the department has significantimportance as service department for engineering disciplines.

    SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR FOUR YEAR BS PHYSICS PROGRAM:First Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 PHY-101 Mechanics-I 3 0 2 PHY-102 Waves and Oscillations 3 0 3 PHY-103 Lab-I 0 1 4 MATHa-114 Mathematics-I 3 0 5 HUM-164 English-I 3 0 6 HUM-102 Pakistan Studies 2 0 7 CS-101 * Minor-I (Introduction to computer) 3 1 Total 17 2

    Second Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 PHY-202 Mechanics-II 3 0 2 PHY-211 Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics 3 0 3 PHY-203 Lab-II 0 1 4 MATHa-115 Mathematics-II 3 0 5 HUM-261 English-II 3 0 6 HUM-101 Islamic Studies 3 0 7 CHE-101 * Minor-II (Chemistry-I) 3 1 Total 18 2

    Third Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 PHY-236 Electricity & Magnetism-I 3 0 2 PHY-246 Electronics & Modern Physics 3 0 3 PHY-237 Lab-III 0 1 4 MATHp-211 Mathematics-III 3 0 5 HUM-362 English-III 3 0 6 HUM-105 Civilization 3 0 7 STAT-101 * Minor-III (Probability and Statistics) 3 0 Total 18 1

    Fourth Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 PHY-336 Electricity & Magnetism-II 3 0 2 PHY-346 Modern Physics 3 0 3 PHY-247 Lab-IV 0 1 4 MATHp-270 Mathematics-IV 3 0 5 HUM-262 English (Communication Skills) 3 0 CS-217 Introduction to Computer programming and

    Application 3 1

    CHE-201 * Minor-IV (Chemistry-II) 3 1 Total 18 3

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    Fifth Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 MATHa-341 Methods of Mathematical Physics -I 3 0 2 PHY-348 Quantum Mechanics-I 3 0 3 PHY-301 Classical Mechanics 3 0 4 PHY-349 Electronics 3 0 5 PHY-350 Lab-V 0 2 Total 12 2

    Sixth Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 MATHa-342 Methods of Mathematical Physics-II 3 0 2 PHY-446 Quantum Mechanics-II 3 0 3 PHY-436 Electrodynamics 3 0 4 PHY-411 Thermal & Statistical Physics 3 0 5 PHY-452 Lab-VI 0 2 Total 12 3

    Seventh Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 PHY-456 Nuclear Physics 3 0 2 PHY-447 Solid Stat Physics-I 3 0 3 PHY-448 Atomic & Molecular Physics 3 0 4 PHY-421 Lab-VII 0 2 5 ** Optional 3 0 Total 12 3

    Eighth Semester

    Credit Hours S.# Course Code Course Title Theory Lab.

    1 PHY-416 Computational Physics 3 1 2 PHY-546 Solid Stat Physics-II 3 0 3 PHY-422 Project and Report submission 3 0 4 ** Optional 3 0 5 ** Optional 3 0 Total 15 0

    Total credit hours = 138

    * Chemistry/ Geology/ Geography/ Statistics etc.** List is provided below.

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    S.# Courses Courses 01 PHY-547 Plasma Physics

    02 PHY-548 Surface Physics

    03 PHY-501 Fluid Dynamics

    04 PHY-423 Methods of Experimental Physics

    05 PHY-431 Environmental Physics

    06 PHY-516 Introduction to Quantum Computing

    07 PHY-549 Solid State Electronic Devices

    08 PHY-550 Particle Physics

    09 PHY-449 Semiconductor Optoelectronics Devices

    10 PHY-531 Renewable Energy Resources

    11 CE-463 Computer Simulation

    12 PHY-450 Digital Electronics

    13 PHY-424 Experimental Nuclear Physics

    14 PHY-451 Lasers

    15 PHY-457 Medical Physics

    16 PHY-433 Relativity And Cosmology

    17 PHY-434 Meteorology And Climatology

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    M S (Physics)The MS (Physics) at Balochistan University of Information Technology,Engineering & Management Sciences Quetta emphasizes strengthening ofability of a student in studies of matter and energy and the laws governing it.Students in this program prepare themselves either for further higher studies orfor academic, industrial, or government employment. The department offers avariety of courses in the domains of Quantum, Atomic and molecular physics,Superconductivity, Nanotechnology, Radiation Physics, Image Analysis, Plasmaphysics. The duration of the MS (Physics) program is two years or foursemesters.

    Course WorkUp to five foundation / remedial non-credit courses as recommended by thedepartment. The student must obtain CGPA equal to or greater than 3.0. Thetotal course is of 30 Cr hours, in which four compulsory courses and fouroptional courses are offered according to Higher Education Commission guidelines. In addition to eight courses a thesis on specific research area is to besubmitted that is given six Cr hours. A student of MS has to maintain CGPAequal to or greater than 2.5 for award of degree.

    Eligibility1. M Sc in Physics or an equivalent degree from a recognized

    institution with at least 50% marks or equivalent grade.

    2. The candidate is required to pass subject entry test.

    Detailed Scheme of Studies of MS (Physics)

    1st Semester:3 courses each of 3 credit hours, Total Credit hours = 92nd Semester:3 courses each of 3 credit hours, Total Credit hours = 93nd Semester:2 courses (6 Cr hr) + Presentation of thesis (2 Cr hr),

    Total Credit hours = 84th Semester:Research thesis, Total Credit hours = 4

    Total credit hours for MS Physics Program = 30 credit hours

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    Academic Staff S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Dr. Shaoibullah Khan Chairman/

    Associate Professor PhD

    2 Syed Zaheer Abbas Gilani Assistant Professor M. Phil.

    3 Mr. Faisal Amir Assistant Professor M. Phil.

    S.# Course Title of the Course Credit Hours 1 PHY-511 Statistical Physics 3 2 MATHa-343 Methods of Mathematical Physics 3 3 PHY-521 Methods and Techniques of Experimental Physics 3 4 PHY-536 Classical Electrodynamics 3

    S.# Course Code Courses Credit Hours

    5 PHY-636 Quantum Electrodynamics 3 6 PHY-551 Solid State Physics 3 7 PHY-552 Solid State Theory 3 8 PHY-553 Material Science - I 3 9 PHY-646 Material Science II 3 10 PHY-554 Atomic and Electron Physics - I 3 11 PHY-655 Atomics and Electron Physics II 3 12 PHY-566 Advanced Nuclear Theory - I 3 13 PHY-656 Advanced Nuclear Theory - II 3 14 PHY-556 Quantum Field Theory I 3 15 PHY-647 Quantum Field Theory - II 3 16 PHY-557 Laser Physics - I 3 17 PHY-648 Laser Physics - II 3 18 PHY-558 Plasma Physics - I 3 19 PHY-649 Plasma Physics - II 3 20 PHY-517 Computational Physics - I 3 21 PHY-617 Computational Physics - II 3 22 PHY-502 Physics of Non-linear Systems 3 23 PHY-522 Advanced Techniques of Experimental Physics. 3 24 PHY-650 Micro-Electronics and Semi-Conductor Devices 3 25 PHY-616 Images and Signal Processing 3 26 PHY-657 Applied Nuclear Physics 3 27 MATHp-485 Group Theory 3 28 PHY-651 Particle Physics 3 29 PHY-637 Magnetic Materials 3 30 PHY-531 Renewable Energy Resources 3 31 PHY-559 Conduction in Solids 3 32 PHY-658 Advanced Medical Physics. 3 33 PHY-532 Soil Physics 3 34 PHY-533 Environmental and Atmospheric Physics 3

    Optional Courses (Four Courses out of the Following are to be taken)

    COMPULSORY/CORE COURSES

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    Academic Staff S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Ms. Aziza Sarwar Lecturer M Sc

    DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

    The Department of Chemistry provides instructional support to other facultiesin areas related with Chemistry. Presently Chemistry is being taught tostudents of Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Life Science and Informatics

    Vision

    The Chemistry Department strives to provide a sound foundation inChemistry for students aspiring to achieve excellence in Chemistry.

    Mission StatementThe mission of the Department of Chemistry is the creation andpromotion of new scientific knowledge through research in Chemistry,and the training of high caliber graduates who will work in industry,private companies, government agencies and education, and willcontribute significantly to the technological advancement of Balochistan.

    Objectives

    The Chemistry Department is dedicated to:

    o Providing comprehensive, relevant curriculum at all levels. o Producing knowledgeable graduates for careers in academia,

    industry and government. o Conducting significant research in Chemistry. o Promoting a diverse population of faculty, staff and students, and o Promoting the collegial exchange of ideas, independent thought

    and the highest ethical standards.

    Chemistry Laboratory

    Chemistry laboratory was designed and established in 2007. Various types ofinstruments were purchased for an instrumental laboratory which is functionalfor the analysis of samples. Students of the following technologies areperforming their experiments in the laboratory:

    BS (Textile Engineering)BS (Chemical Engineering)BS (Petroleum and Gas)BS (Physics)

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    DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

    With the object of developing the linguistic and communicative skills of ourstudents, a center of modern languages has been established at the BalochistanUniversity of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences,Quetta .The center looks after the teaching of courses in English language,Functional English, Communication skills, Business Report Writing, TechnicalReport Writing and Business Communication. As such, the Center providesauxiliary services to all the faculties and serves as a unit of pivotal importancefor the entire academic achievement at the university.

    Vision

    To be rated as an instructional centre of authentic exquisite proficiency in thefour basic skills in the use of English language

    Mission Statement

    The Department of English has dedicated expertise and physical resourcesin grooming the students in an atmosphere of congeniality into person withclear, correct, concise and confident expression in English language asdepartment provides auxiliary services to all the faculties.

    Academic Staff S.# Name Designation Highest Degree 1 Prof. Sultan Mahmood Niazi Director Communications M.A/Dip.(TEFL)Sydney

    2 Syed Abdul Mannan Lecturer M.A 3 Ms. Sadiqa Ramzan Ali Lecturer M.A 4 Mr. Liaquat Ali Channa Assistant Professor M.A./ M.Ed. 5 Mr. Ahmed Zeeshan Gul Assistant Professor M.A/ MLit. 6 Ms. Shazia Zafar Lecturer M.A, LLB 7 Ms. Bakht Bibi Lecturer M.A 8 Mr. Abdul Azeem Lecturer M.A 9 Mrs. Sarah Waseem Lecturer M.A 10 Ms. Batool Asdi Lecturer M.A

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    Faculty Profiles

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    Dr Mohammad NawazDean

    The Faculty of Arts and Basic Sciences is headed byProf. Dr. Mohammad Nawaz who has vast and variedexperience of over 35 years in education. He has taughtMathematics to postgraduate, graduate andundergraduate classes side by side with notable engagements in researchwork, assessment and evaluation; curriculum development; materialdevelopment, teachers' training and administration.

    He worked for Education Department of Government of Balochistan forabout 29 years before joining BUITEMS in November 2002. At BUITEMS,he worked as chairperson of Department of System Sciences, DeanFaculty of Computer and Emerging Sciences, before taking up theresponsibility of the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Basic Sciences inSeptember 2007.

    Dr Mohammad Nawaz secured his doctorate from the University ofSussex U.K. in 1985 under the supervision of Dr C J Mulvey and workedwith Prof. Bernhard Banaschewski at MacMaster University Canada at thefinal stages of his doctoral studies. Areas of his interest include CategoryTheory, Topos Theory and Quantales. He has participated in severalconferences and seminars in Pakistan and abroad. He is member ofvarious professional societies including American Mathematical Society andPakistan Mathematical Society.

    He is editor of Journal of Applied and Emerging Sciences and Newsletter ofBUITEMS. He has the distinction of winning the Best University TeacherAward for the year 2004 from the Higher Education Commission ofPakistan.

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    Mr. Ahmad ShahChairman, Department of Social Sciences

    Mr. Ahmad Shah Durrani joined BUITEMS inSeptember 2005. He has done his masters inInternational Relations from University of Balochistan,Quetta. He is pursuing his M. Phil leading to PhD onthe Role of United States in Afghanistan since SaurRevolution from the University of Karachi. His articles are being publishedon various issues in English, Urdu and Pashto newspapers and magazines.He has presented his papers in national and international seminars andconferences.

    In addition to his academic duties, he has also been working as StudentsAffairs Coordinator. On the other hand, he has performed his duties onvarious positions in the University such as Principal Staff Officer, ExecutiveSecretary to the Vice-Chancellor and Public Relations Officer. He has beena national level debater during his student life and won distinctive positions.He has also the honor of being chosen as Regional Coordinator forBalochistan of All Pakistan inter-University Debate Contest by the HigherEducation Commission. He has been working as a News Caster andCompare at Pakistan Television Corporation Quetta Center since June, 2004.He has been the Manager of International Rescue Committee (an EnglishLanguage and Computer Programming Development Program) Pishin from1998 to 2001. He has also worked as Principal of a High School at Pishinduring the years 2001-2002.

    Prof. Sultan Mehmood NiaziDirector Communications

    A prominent teacher in English has vast academic andadministrative experience to his credit. After graduate levelstudies at Govt. College Lahore, he did his Masters inEnglish from University of Punjab in 1966. He undertook

    postgraduate fellowship studies in teaching of English as a foreign languageat the University of Sydney, Australia in 1975.

    In addition to teaching English Language and Literature at the Intermediateand degree levels, he taught English Literature at postgraduate level for 10years. He held various administrative positions as principal of Intermediateand degree colleges, Joint Director of colleges, Managing Director ofBalochistan Education Foundation and Chairman of Balochistan Textbook

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    Board. In 1993, he won the President's Award, Aizaz-e-Fazeelat for thedevelopment of high quality instructional material. His services have nowbeen acquired by BUITEMS as Director Communications. He is currentlywriting a book on "The basics of English Syntax"

    Mr. Ahmed Zeeshan GulAssistant Professor of English

    Mr. Ahmed Zeeshan Gul joined BUITEMS as ResearchAssociate in the Department of Linguist ics inSeptember 2005. He did his Mlitt with merit from theUniversity of Glasgow in Sociolinguistics and Phoneticsand Phonology. He has topped NUML, Islamabad in M.A.in English Language and Literature examination in Jan 2002.

    He has developed a ground breaking model of Code switching. Mr. Gul is aPhD research scholar at Arizona State University, USA Mr. Gul is a memberof National Curriculum Committee in English and SPELT.

    His area of interest includes: Sociolinguistics (Codeswitching), Phoneticsand Phonology (CodeSwitching and Pakistani Variety of English),Pychlinguistics (Second Language Acquisition), Discourse Analysis (QuraniLanguage), TEFEL (from Cognitive perspectives).

    Mr. Liaqat Ali ChannaAssistant Professor of English

    Mr. Liaquat joined Balochistan University of InformationTechnology Engineering & Management Sciences,Quetta in March, 2005 as Research Associate inEnglish. He has been teaching Technical ReportWriting and Functional English.

    He secured his Master's Degree in English in December, 2003 from theUniversity of Sindh, Jamshoro with first class first position. He did his MS(ELT)from Glasgow University.

    His fields of interest are Literature and Linguistics. Currently he intends topursue his studies for Doctor of Philosophy in Literature.

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    Ms. Sadiqa Ramzan AliLecturer in English

    Miss Sadiqa did her M.A in English Literature fromUniversity of Balochistan in 2004. She has beenperforming as a lecturer at BUITEMS since 2005. Shehas considerable experience in English languageteaching in different institutions. She participated in Staff

    development course under the scheme of National Academy of HigherEducation held from June 20th - July 18th, 2005 at BUITEMS. She has beencertified in recognition of having attended 3-month training course inTeaching & Learning in Higher Education held from June 13 - September 9,2006 in Islamabad. She has completed her ADP-TEFL from the Aga KhanUniversity, under the HEC Fellowship Program.

    She is rendering volunteer services at Directorate of Training &Development as well as Career Planning and Counseling.

    Her area of Interest:Sociolinguistics Phonetics

    Ms. Shazia ZafarLecturer in English

    She began her career in early 1990 as a primary schoolteacher. She attained her Masters degree in EnglishLiterature in 1998 which marks the culmination of hereducational career. She also holds a bachelor of law(L.L.B) from the University of Balochistan.

    She joined BUITEMS as a research associate in March 2006. She pursuesher interest of research in the field of education and intends to develop hercareer as a specialist in Education and other related social issues in nearfuture.

    Ms.Bakht BibiLecturer in English

    Ms. Bakht bibi has been working as a lecturer in Balochistan University ofInformation Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences Quettasince 2007. She has done her Masters in English literature from SardarBahadur Khan Women's University Quetta and received the role of honor inher Masters. She intends to pursues her Ph.D degree in English literaturein near future.

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    Mr. Abdul Azeem AfrozLecturer in English

    Mr. Abdul Azeem completed master degree inLiterature from University of Balochistan in 2002, servedfor three year as an investigation officer in Homedepartment Govt. of Balochistan and then for 2 yearsas lecture in English at Govt. Degree College Khanozi.Afroze joined BUITEMS as lecturer in English in 2007.

    Mr. Syed Abdul MananLecturer in English

    Syed Abdul Manan holds a Masters Degree in EnglishLiterature and Linguistics from National University ofModern Languages (NUML) Islamabad. He embarkedon his professional career as a Research Associate atBUITEMS in October, 2004. He teaches functionalEnglish and Technical Report Writing in various departments of theuniversity.

    He is highly motivated to do his research and specialization in areas oflinguistics. His major areas of interest are: Ocio Linguistics, Phonetics,Teaching of English as a Foreign Language.

    Mrs. Batool IshaqLecturer in English

    Mrs. Batool Ishaq has done her Graduation andmasters in English Literature and was awarded withpin of honor. She has passionately participated inextra-curricular activities and especially Publicspeaking has been her craze. She directed a numberof plays and dumb shows in SBK University. She has written a paper oncomparison between Jalalu din Rumi and Alfred Tennyson. Now, she islooking forward for more publications and intends to enroll herself in PhDprogram abroad.

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    Dr. Shoaib Ullah KhanChairman Department of Physics

    Dr. Shoaib Ullah Khan is presently working as an asso-ciate professor in the Department of Physics,Balochistan University of Information Technology,Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS),Quetta, Pakistan. He did PhD in Atomic Physics fromthe University of London in 1980 and M.Sc. from the University of Karachi in1969.

    Before joining BUITEMS, he performed his duties as professor of Physics inEducation Department Government of Balochistan. He has vastexperience of teaching to graduate and intermediate classes. He hasexcellent service record. During his service, he has also performed dutiesof visiting professor in various colleges of Balochistan. He is author of manytext books in subject of physics. He has worked on the field relating to atomicphysics and published four research papers. Presently he is teaching graduatelevel courses at BUITEMS. He has taught subject like modern physics,nuclear physics and atomic physics. His research interests are inion-electron interaction at low energies.

    Syed Zaheer Abbas GilaniAssistant Professor, Department of Physics

    Syed Zaheer Abbas Gilani is presently working as Assis-tant Professor in the Department of Physics, BalochistanUniversity of Information Technology, Engineering andManagement Sciences (BUITEMS), Quetta, Pakistan since 2006. He hasdone his M. Phil. in Physics from The Islamia University Bahawalpur,Pakistan (IUB) in 2005 and M. Sc. from the same university in 2000.

    Before joining BUITEMS, he was performing his duties as Lecturer inPhysics Department, Govt. College of Technology Bahawalpur. His hasworked in cancer diagnosing techniques. Presently he is teachinggraduate and post gratuates level courses at BUITEMS. He has taughtsubject like basic electronics, digital electronic, electrodynamics, healthphysics and medical physics. His research interests are three dimensionalplanning and treatment.

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    Mrs. Aysha AbuzarLecturer in Psychology

    Mrs. Aysha Abuzar did her Masters in Psychology fromUniversity of Balochistan in first class first position (GoldMedalist). She is Incharge of Dramatic Club & memberof Sports Committee BUITEMS. She is also Incharge ofGirl's Hostel.

    Her areas of Interest include: General Psychology, Behavioural Sciences,Organizational Behaviour, Principle & theories of Management, MarketingManagement, Human Recourses Management, Consumer Behaviour

    Ms. Anila ZafarLecturer in Psychology

    Ms. Anila Zafar joined BUITEMS as ResearchAssociate in September 2005. She did her masters inpsychology with distinction of first class first position asa Gold Medalist from University of Balochistan, Quettain 2005. She has also done diploma courses incomputer skills. She has expertise in fine arts too and has produced manyattractive paintings so far. She has been teaching psychology,Organizational Behaviour and Behavioural Sciences in BUITEMS since herappointment. Her areas of interest are Counseling and PersonalityGrooming.

    Mr. Haider Iqbal HussainLecturer in International Relations

    Mr. Haider Iqbal Hussain has done his masters ininternational relations in 2004. He has served as subEditor in Defense Journal (published from Karachi). Hejoined BUITEMS in October 2008.

    Mr. Abdul WadoodLecturer in International Relations

    Mr. Abdul Wadood holds Masters Degree in InternationalRelations from University of Balochistan Quetta. Heserved for one year in NCHD as MC at district QillaAbdullah. He has earned a graduate DevelopmentCourse of Research from Institute for Development

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    Studies and Practices Pakistan. He has conducted research on the tradi-tional system of conflicts resolution in Pashtoon belt under the auspices ofIDSP. He has three years of experience of teaching in different institutions.Mr. Abdul Wadood is serving as lecturer at BUITEMS.

    His areas of interest are: Current affairs, Study of Muslim States, Study ofreligious books

    Qari Syed Arshad YaminAssistant Professor of Islamic Studies

    Qari Syed Arshad Yamin is a well known religious scholar.He joined BUITEMS as Assistant Professor in 2006. Hepassed M.A Islamiat in 1976 from University of BalochistanQuetta and passed several courses inreligious studies from reputed institutions in Pakistan. Healso obtained Diploma of Adeeb Arabic from University of Balochistan.

    He joined Govt. College of Technology as a Lecturer in 1976. He worked asDirector, Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal Balochistan in 1990. He has beendelivering lectures in various institutions and on Radio Pakistan and Pakistan Television. He is author of various books. Before joining BUITEMS,he was working as the Head of Department of Related Studies in Govt. Col-lege of Technology Quetta.

    Mr. Tariq MehmoodLecturer in Islamic Studies

    Mr. Tariq Mehmood joined BUITEMS in Jan 2004.He didhis masters from Shaikh Zayed Islamic Centre,University of Karachi in Islamic Studies with ComputerTechnology. Currently, he is teaching differentcomputer courses and Islamic studies in the faculties ofSocial Sciences, Biotechnology & Informatics, and ManagementSciences.

    His areas of interest are Computer languages (Software Development), andstudy of world's religions. He intends to do PhD in Comparative Religions infuture.

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    Ms. Afsheen AnwarLecturer in Islamic Studies

    Ms. Afsheen Anwar earned her Masters in IslamicStudies from University of Balochistan, Quetta in 2006.She clinched first position in the department and washonored with Gold Medal. Prior to joining BUITEMS sherendered her services in two schools at Quetta. Shejoined BUITEMS as lecturer in Islamic studies in 2008. She developed acomprehensive research work on "Construction and Extension of Masjid-e-Nabvi in its historical perspective".

    Her areas of interest are historical lands of Quran, Islamic research, androle of Islamic teachings in modern world.

    Mr. Muhammad Zubair KhanLecturer in Statistics

    Mr. Muhammad Zubair Khan has been working as lecturer in Statistics, sinceOctober 2008. He has completed his M Phil course work (29 credit hours)in Statistics from University of Peshawar- Pakistan. He did his M.Sc. fromHazara University in 2004. Before joining BUITEMS, he performed hisduties as Admin Officer in Ministry of Defense Rawalpindi for two years.

    Mrs. Saima FaridLecturer in Statistics

    Mrs. Saima Farid is a Post graduate in Statistics fromGomal University Dera Ismail Khan. She has completedher master in the year 2004.She joined BUITEMS as alecturer from May 2nd 2006 in the Faculty of Arts &Basic Sciences. From that time period she serves overhere, before joining BUITEMS she has worked as a lecturer in GovernmentGirls Degree College Wana (SWA) for experience, and attended thetraining "Professional course of staff development" for lecturer.

    In her career she taught different subjects like, Probability and Statistics ,Probability and Random Variable, Engineering Statistics, InferentialStatistics She wants to continue her studies and intends to do her PhD inStatistics.

    Her areas of interest are: Testing of Hypothesis, Importance of Statistics indifferent fields like Engineering Computer Science and Bio technology,Statistical Inference

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    Ms. Aziza SarwarLecturer in Chemistry

    Ms. Aziza Sarwar is a Post graduate in Chemistry from University ofBalochistan.She has completed her master in the year 2007.She joinedBUITEMS as a lecturer in from October 7, 2007 in the Faculty of Arts &Basic Sciences. From that time period she serves over here. In her careershe taught different subjects like, Physical Chemistry, InorganicChemistry, organic Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, AnalyticalChemistry. She wants to continue her studies and want to be PHD inStatistics. She wants to research in different areas of Statistics.

    Her areas of interest are: Characterization and synthesis of transition, Metalcomplexes (Ni Complexes)

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    Dr. Ansaruddin SyedChairperson, Department of Mathematics

    Dr. Ansaruddin Syed is the chairperson of thedepartment. He obtained M Sc in Applied Mathematicsfrom Karachi University in 1959 with first division firstposition. Then he obtained Ph D in MathematicalPhysics from London University (Imperial College) in1963.

    His areas of interest are Quantum Field Theory, Classical Electrodynamicsand Continuous Groups used in Physics. He has around twentypublications among which are included six papers in journal ofMathematical Physics. He joined BUITEMS in June 2004 as Professor ofMathematics.

    Department of Mathematics offers MS leading to Ph D program and has asignificant contribution as service department for other faculties. Thedepartment aspires to offer 4 year BS program very soon. Necessary groundwork has already been done for this purpose in the first meeting of its Boardof studies.

    Ms.Sahar RazaLecturer in Mathematics

    Balochistan University of Information Technology,Engineering and Management Sciences Quetta.

    Ms. Sahar Raza has been working as a lecturer inBalochistan University of Information Technology,Engineering and Management Sciences Quetta since 2007. She did herMasters in Mathematics from University of Balochistan and collected a goldmedal as a sign of distinction. She worked as teaching assistant in AirUniversity, Islamabad for six months. She worked as lecturer in BalochistanUnivsresity of Engineering and Technology, Khuzdar for one and a half year.She did advanced language course in English and taught for last sevenyears in different institutes of Quetta.

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    Mr. Khurram Sattar KhanLecturer in Mathematics

    Mr. Khurram Sattar Khan is working as lecturer in thedepartment of Mathematics since Nov.2008. He has doneM Sc, LLB & B Ed from University of Balochistan. Be-fore Joining BUITEMS he performed his duties as lec-turer Mathematics in Govt. Science College Quettawhere he was teaching at intermediate and graduation level. His area ofinterest is theory of Groups, Complex analysis and Differential Equations.

    Mr. Farooq HussainLecturer in Mathematics

    He has joined BUITEMS in November,2008. He did hisMasters from University of Balochistan in 2002. He hasvast experiences of teaching in government and privateeducational institutes.

    His fields of interests are: Complex Analysis, AlgebraicTopology, Non-local Boundry Values Problem and Partial DifferentialEquation.

    Mr. Waheed IqbalAssistant Professor, Mathematics

    Mr. Waheed Iqbal joined BUITEMS in Feb. 2005. He didhis M.Sc in Mathematics and M.A in EducationalPlanning and Management. Also he has completed sixmonths course on "Curriculum Development andEvaluation" from Bristol University of United Kingdom.

    He retired as Associate Professor from Provincial Government of Balochistan.He has 36 years experience of teaching Mathematics at college andUniversity level. His field of Specialization is "Teaching Methodology".

    Mr. Nadeem RazaAssistant Professor, Mathematics

    Mr. Nadeem Raza did his M.Sc (Mathematics fromPeshawar University) and M-Phil (Maths from Islamabad)presently he is doing his Ph.D from BUITEMS.

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    The Facilities/ Student Services

    Library and Research ResourcesThe university maintains a computerized library that remains open to all studentsand teachers from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The library has a core collection of morethan 5000 books, references, research journals, magazines and periodicals in theareas of International Relations, Psychology, English language, Management,Finance, Economics and other Social Sciences subjects. In addition, the librarymaintains a wide variety of specialized information, including publications ofinternational and national organizations and statistical data and governmentdocuments. On-line research facilities and access to internet are convenientlyavailable to teachers as well as students.

    Computer LaboratoriesThe faculty has a laboratory equipped with Pentium IV processors with internet andlatest software facilities. All the teachers are provided with personal computers foruse in their offices. Besides, adequate printing facilities are made available for allteachers and students. They have also access to photocopying facility.

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    Audio-Visual FacilitiesThe university is well equipped with all the modern facilities including slides,overhead projectors, multimedia systems. The teaching staff and the students,working in group or alone, make the optimal use of the audio-visual aids.

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    Counseling Service UnitThe counseling services unit works closely with students throughout their careerdevelopment process, helping them develop career options and establish contactwith potential employers. The students are provided with occasions to reorient theirbehavioral pattern, their basic self-goals and socio-cultural values through perpetualcounseling, group discussions, dialogues and consultation with their teachers.

    Co-Curricular and Extra Curricular ActivitiesDirectorate of Student Affairs, headed by Mr. Ahmad Shah Durrani, is playing apivotal role in arranging co-curricular and extra curricular activities for the students.Five different societies are functioning for the smooth and effective participation ofstudents in co-curricular and social activities. Moreover, these societies help to meetthe recreational and vocational needs of students, who also bring with them a richblend of co-curricular interests.

    Islamic Society: It assists not only the students but also the teachers andadministrative staff in solving their various problems in the light of Quran and Sunnah.The society organizes Qiraat and Naat competitions on regular basis. It alsoarranges lectures of religious scholars of national fame.

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    Literary Society: It is a society which is composed of Student Writers andPoets of various languages such as English, Urdu, Pashto, Brahvi, Balochi, etc. Italso develops the poetic skills of students. This society organizes Mushaira andassists Student Affairs Coordinator in the annual university magazine.

    Debating Society: It is composed of those students who have strongdebating skills as well as good general knowledge. This society provides a platformfor students to further develop their debating skills. The major highlights are theannual inter-university debates and quiz competition. Society has been sending itsstudents to participate in national, regional and international DebatingChampionships.

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    Dramatic Society: It is composed of Student Actors/Actresses and singerswho are interested in dramas, stage shows performances, songs and ghazals. Thesociety holds drama and music festival each year. It also organizes fun fairs in theuniversity.

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    Sports Society: It is composed of those student players and athletes whohave interest in various games such as football, cricket, hockey, badminton, tabletennis, weight lifting, chess, rifle shooting, tug of war and many more. The societyorganizes provincial and national level tournaments.

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