Development Projects


Strengthening and Up Gradation of UET Taxila and its Sub Campus

Dr. Ayub Elahi
Project Director
University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila Pakistan
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 051-9047495
Fax: 051-9047420

Engr. Khalid Mehmood
Assistant Engineer
University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila Pakistan
Ph: 051-9047496

The objective of the project is to enhance access to higher education in emerging fields of engineering and technology. Keeping in view the growing needs of the industrial sector, the University, in 2010, introduced four new disciplines of Electronics Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Engineering Management and Industrial Engineering in addition to increase the capacity of existing departments.
Total cost of the Project is 785.307 Million at the cost sharing basis in which 685.307 Million PSDP / HEC and 100.000 Million University own resources. The completion period of the project is 36 months.
The major components of the project are given below:

a) Civil works (147,327) Rs. 413.315 Million

b) Laboratory Equipment Rs. 285.126 Million

c) Others Rs. 86.866 Million

Regarding Civil Works, UET Taxila has entrusted the consultancy Services for Design and Construction supervision to  M/S NESPAK (pvt) LTD.

Project Manager                                               Resident Engr.                               
Engr. Abdul Qadeer                                          Engr. Munawwar Hussain

Construction of 300-Boys Hostel

Construction of Combined Academic Block

Construction of Overhead & Underground Water Tank

Sewerage and Disposal with Primary Treatment

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UET Taxila

  •   University of Engineering &
         Technology Taxila, 47050
  •  +92 51-9047-400
  •  +92 51-9047-420

About UET Taxila

With phenomenal increase in students' enrollment in 1970's, a plan to establish additional campuses of the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore was conceived. As a result of that, the University College of Engineering Taxila was established.

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