Pass out Telecom Engineering Batches Accredited from PEC and current
batches will be accredited soon.
ABOUT: TELECOM ENGINEERING
After the successful implementation of globalization, privatization and liberalization, the importance of telecommunication has increased significantly. Because telecommunications are now indispensable to socioeconomic activities, reliability and security. Telecommunication services have emerged as central issues. In particular, digital technology that integrates transmission, switching, processing, and retrieval of information provides opportunities to merge various service modes into an integrated whole. This digitalization, merging the communications and computation functions, has been made possible by dramatic advances in device and material technology, including integrated circuits and optical fibers. As the role of digital processing increases, systems and services become more intelligent and labor-saving on the one hand, and more software-intensive on the other. Satellites and optical fibers, among other technologies, contribute significantly to the globalization of telecommunications services. Standardization and interoperability of systems have become global issues, as have compatibility of regulatory measures that ensure free trade in telecommunication products and services. Established in 2007, Department of Telecommunication is concerned with the theory, development and application of telecommunication systems, their design and integration. The objective of the program is to provide students with a strong theoretical and practical background in the field of telecommunication, along with the engineering analysis, design and implementation skills necessary to work between the two. The department offers 4 years degree program of BSc in Telecommunication Engineering.
To foster innovation, excellence and access at all levels of education for the telecommunication engineering profession.
To cultivate industry-focused human resource that befits the global demand of Telecommunication industry by:
- Providing value-added education through driven and qualified faculty
- Upholding a supportive environment for imparting affordable education
- Stimulating industry-academia linkage with industry involvement and entrepreneurial activities
Program Education Objectives (PEOs)
Graduates of the Telecommunication Engineering Program will:
Pursue professions in public or private sector industry, R&D organizations or initiate their own business. Some of them may opt to seek higher professional education.
Exhibit the capability to remain abreast of recent development in Telecommunication Engineering.
Reflect sound morals and sensitivity towards socio-environmental concerns.
Have the capacity to be leaders in their respective organizations.
Consistency of PLOs with PEOs
|Program Learning Outcomes/ PEC Graduate Attributes||PEOs
|PLO-01 : Engineering Knowledge||✔||
|PLO-02 : Problem Analysis||✔||
|PLO-03 : Design development of Solutions||✔||
|PLO-04 : Investigation||✔||✔||
|PLO-05 : Modern Tool Usage||✔||
|PLO-06 : The Engineer and Society||✔||
|PLO-07 : Environment Sustainability||✔||
|PLO-08 : Ethics||✔||
|PLO-09 : Individual and Team Work||✔||✔
|PLO-10 : Communication||✔||
|PLO-11 : Project Management||✔
|PLO-12 : Life-Long Learning||✔||✔
Faculty of Telecommunication and Information Engineering
Department of Telecommunication Engineering
University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila
Ph: 051- 9047917
Fax: 051- 9047420