Introduction and Overview

The department of Electrical Engineering KFUEIT is one of the pioneer department of the university established in 2014. The aim is to equip the students with robust technical knowledge, analytical and critical thinking and problem-solving skills. This enables the engineering graduates to show their professional skills in various fields of engineering and to provide solutions to the future challenges of society.

The construction of main building of the Department of Electrical Engineering is completed, which will provide sufficient space for seating, teaching and research activities.

Department of Electrical Engineering Vision

To build an identity of excellence in electrical engineering domain at the intersection of academia and industry

Department of Electrical Engineering Mission

Department of Electrical Engineering committed to achieving excellence by equipping its graduates with high quality technical innovative skills, required to create a positive impact in academia, industry, research and pursuance of higher studies.

Scope and Associated Career

Electrical engineering is one of the largest and most diverse technological and engineering disciplines in today’s world. Electrical engineering is the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism for the development and maintenance of electrical and electronics equipments while keeping in mind the safety, quality, economic feasibility and sustainability of these products and systems. Electrical engineering has sure come a long way. Not only has it has been one of the major driving forces behind cutting edge technology in areas such as power engineering, computer engineering, communications and mobile technologies, it has also significantly impacted several other fields

such as nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, neuroscience and biotechnology, to name a few. Some sub disciplines of electrical engineering are: electronics, digital computers, power engineering, telecommunications, control systems, RF engineering, signal processing, instrumentation, and microelectronics.

Here are the principal industry sectors that employ electrical engineers.

Electrical Power

Power engineer’s deals with energy generation by a variety of methods, including turbine, hydro, fuel cell, solar, geothermal, and wind. They are also responsible for electrical power distribution from source to consumer and within manufacturing plants, offices, hospitals, and laboratories. They design devices such as electric motors, transformers, electric generators, relays, transmission lines, and batteries.

major varieties of communication systems. These include broadcasting, telephony (landlines and cellular telephony), terrestrial and satellite communication, networks, and communication across the Internet.


The control engineering focuses on the modelling and designing of dynamic control systems used in, for example, the flight and propulsion of airplanes and the cruise control present in many modern cars.


The computer industry serves almost all technical sectors, including aerospace, transportation, construction, telecommunications, power, medicine, consumer electronics, education, and automated manufacturing. The field offers electrical engineers with many opportunities, from the design of more efficient chips for computer circuits to the design of large clusters of interconnected computers; these clusters take advantage of scale and load analysis to use faster and more economical computing methodologies.

Key Facts

Department of Electrical Engineering has a very well qualified, experienced, motivated and competent teaching faculty as well as supporting staff. The department has five foreign qualified PhD. faculty members and 9 have a Master’s Degree.

Teaching faculty of Department of Electrical Engineering is not only motivated by enthusiasm, they are also motivated by organization, clarity, scholarship, and good techniques of classroom conduct. During lectures, each person’s ideas and opinions are valued. Students feel safe to express their feelings and learn to respect and listen to others. Further, the mutual respect in teacher’s classroom also provides a supportive and collaborative environment. Different type of activities and projects are arranged for students to focus on shared decision-making and teamwork, as well as on community building.

Seats for Diploma holders

For admission against seats reserved for DAE holders, the candidate must have passed diploma examination of a Punjab Board of Technical Education (PBTE) in relevant technology mentioned below.

  • Diploma in Electrical Technology

  • Diploma in Telecommunication Technology

  • Diploma in Electronics Technology

  • Diploma in Avionics Technology

  • Diploma in Instrumentation Technology

  • Diploma in Information Technology

Admission Criteria

  • 70% weightage H.S.S.C or equivalent including Hafiz e Quran

  • 30% weightage of entry test marks


  • Candidate should have obtained 60% marks in FSc (Physics, Chemistry & Math)/DAE/BScexamination for all engineering programs excluding sports and Hafiz e Quran Marks.

  • Should have appeared in Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT Conducted by UET Lahore)/KFUEIT entry test for that academic session (when conducted) in which he seeks admission.

  • Should meet standards of physique and eye sight laid down in medical certificate (Form II).

Labs Facilities / Infrastructure

Department of Electrical Engineering (DEE) of KFUEIT offers a wide range of research opportunities to develop dynamic and innovative solutions to the World’s most daunting challenges. KFUEIT’s research efforts are enhanced through creative collaboration with leading research institutes and consortia around the world.

Electrical Engineering Laboratories at KFUEIT are equipped with most advanced equipment to facilitate students enhancing their understanding and skills. Qualified engineers supervise these laboratories, direct experiments and guide students about laboratory manuals. 

Department of Electrical Engineering has a total of following 16 electrical engineering laboratories:

  • Electrical Circuits Laboratory

  • Electronics Laboratory

  • Power Electronics Laboratory

  • Computer Laboratory

  • Digital Systems Laboratory

  • Electrical Machines Laboratory

  • Measurement & Instrumentation Laboratory

  • Industrial Electronics Laboratory

  • Power Systems Laboratory

  • Communication Laboratory

  • Signal Processing Laboratory

  • Workshop & Project Laboratory

  • Control Systems Laboratory

  • Microprocessor Laboratory

  • High Voltage Laboratory

  • Advance Research Laboratory

Academic Programs Being Offered

  • BS (Electrical Engineering)
  • MS (Electrical Engineering)

The DEE at KFUEIT currently offers an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with specialization in power and communication engineering. During four years of this bachelor program, all students study same subjects until 6th semester, yet in final year, students are distributed in power and communication groups depending on their merit and willingness. So, for last two semesters these students study different elective courses offered by the department. The bachelor’s degree is recognized by Higher Education Commission (HEC) and accreditation with Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) is under process.

Program educational objectives of DEE

The program education objectives of the department of electrical engineering will ensure that the graduates will be able:


To analyze and investigate complex engineering problems and proposed their solutions using modern tools and techniques.


To exhibit a commitment to societal and ethical norms while undertaking an engineering task individually or in a team.


To demonstrate effective communication skills, managerial skills and lifelong learning attitude for sustainable development of the society.