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Contents

Chairman’s Message

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Rector’s Message

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Foreign University Link Program

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Dadabhoy Foundation

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Vision, Mission and Goals

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Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE): Introduction

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Why choose DIHE for further Studies?

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Clubs and Societies

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Activities in DIHE

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Admission, Fee Structure and Registration

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Examination Regulations

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Faculty of Business Administration

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Faculty of Science

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Faculty of Law

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Administrative Excellence

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Location Map

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Admission Form

Faculty of Science

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Faculty of Business Administration

Quaid’s Message

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Faculty of Law


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QUAID’S MESSAGE Message to the All Pakistan Educational Conference at Karachi from Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. 27 November 1947

“ I welcome you all to the Capital of Pakistan and wish you success in your deliberations,

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which I hope will bear fruit and practical results. You know the importance of education and the right type of education cannot be overemphasized. Under foreign rule for over a century, in the very nature of things, I regret, sufficient attention has not been paid to education of our people, and if we are to make any real, speedy and substantial progress we must earnestly tackle this question and bring our educational policy and program on the lines suited to the genius of our people and vast developments that have taken place all over the world. Education does not merely mean academic education, and even that appears to be of a very poor type. What we have to do is to mobilize our people and build up the character of our future generations.”


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CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE:

I understand that in the age of knowledge economy higher education has to play a vital role. Accordingly, DIHE has been further activated not only for teaching but also for research. The addition of new highly qualified faculty with Ph.D. degrees should be able to make rich contribution in this direction for the benefit of our students. The addition of new building for housing the Business School with its state-of-the-art Executive Development Center should be able to cater to the educational needs of intellectually robust students at the cutting edge of knowledge. It is my desire that the Business School should become a centre of attraction for those who wish to develop real professionalism in finance, trade, management, marketing and Islamic banking, among others. Further, to keep pace with advancing frontiers of knowledge the introduction of BS Degree in Electronics and Communication will go a long way in the training of our youth in the rapidly growing field of telecommunication. My message to my faculty is to work with mission and play an important role in the nation-building task. Abdullah Dadabhoy Chairman, B.O.G.

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Dadabhoy Institue of Higher Education has been sponsored by Dadabhoy Foundation with a specific focus on serving the cause of higher education. The institute received its charter in the year 2003 and has been placed in Category “W” (A) by Higher Education Commission. It is the mandate of the Foundation that the institute should play a significant role in reducing inadequacies originating from limited access to higher education, problems of equity and deteriorating quality of education. Further, special attention has to be paid to educational needs of meritorious students with limited financial means. Using higher education as a tool, the malaise of social stratification, we are hoping, will cause social mobility. I am glad that the institute is living up to this mandate. Certainly this initiative will be extended further with the launching of a huge university complex at Hawkesbay.


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RECTOR’S MESSAGE: The student’s community in Karachi and elsewhere will be pleased to know that Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education has taken a quantum leap in its academic programs. It has been elevated as category ‘W’ (A) Institution by the Higher Education Commission. Taking cognizance of rapid advances in Science and Technology, the institution has upgraded its teaching – learning process through the addition of highly qualified professionals in Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics, Communication and various fields of Business Administration. It is satisfying that the institute is the leader in offering the highly profitable degree, namely, BS in Process and Financial Engineering, A separate Executive Development Centre with state-ofthe-art facilities is an additional feature of the Business School. I am glad that the institute is carving out its path through introducing new teaching tools emphasizing upon interactive learning and problem solving. The major objective of the institute is to add value to graduate students, equip them with appropriate tools in order to ensure high rate of return after their employability in the market. It is satisfying to note that our teachers are covering extra mile in sharpening the creative abilities of students. This should enable them to introduce innovations in their work places. Since the extensive use of electronic and print media is a vehicle for reshaping the mindset of our students, a course on Media Studies is being introduced for all students. The doors of the institution are open to all. We invite the potential students to visit the institution and have discussion with the faculty. Certainly, they will find DIHE as an Institution of choice. Further, to attract bright and meritorious students, Dadabhoy Foundation has introduced 100 scholarships scheme to be awarded through a meritbased test held in July and December each year, details for which are available on our website. Our motto is to build a civil society by developing social capital in congruence with human capital. As we journey around, our new milestone will soon lead us to the establishment of a world class university in Hawkesbay. Dr. M. H. Qazi Rector


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Foreign University Link Program In an effortt to further align the education standards in Pakistan with the western universities DIHE has launched initiatives to make educational links with the foreign universities of good repute. Ø • • • •

University of Southampton has signed an MOU with DIHE to collaborate in the following areas: Joint Research Programs Curriculum Review Visiting Faculty from University of Southampton Split Ph.D. program between the two Institutes

University of Strathclyde (UK) has signed an MOU with DIHE to: Strengthen the DIHE Business School Provide consultation and expertise in building our Hawkesbay main campus and establishing, upgrading and strengthening the faculties of Business Management, Science and Technology, Engineering and Social Sciences.

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University of York (UK) has signed an MOU with DIHE to: Strengthen the Business School Provide consultation for the development of curriculum

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Institute for Leadership and Global Education has an exclusive agreement with DIHE to deliver joint programs that are recognised and validated by Nova Southeastern University (USA). These programs will include the following: Certificate and diploma courses that will lead on to a Masters Degree Deliver Seminars in Pakistan Deliver Workshops in Pakistan Deliver Lectures in Pakistan

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Ø Senior Experts Service (Germany): Through Senior Experts Service, Prof. Dr. Diether Gebert, Dean of Management Sciences of Technical University of Berlin is extending assistance in academic development and also delivers lectures to the graduate and research students.

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Mr. Abdullah Dadabhoy, Chairman, Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education, Life Member FPCCI & Chairman Standing Committee of FPCCI on Higher Education, was awarded a gold medal for his services in the social welfare sector by General Pervez Musharraf, President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, at the 29th FPCCI Export Trophy Award Ceremony - 2006, held at the Convention Centre Islamabad.

Mr. Abdullah Dadabhoy, Managing Trustee, Dadabhoy Foundation, presenting a book “Islamic World” (a publication of Dadabhoy Foundation) to former President Ghulam Ishaq Khan.


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Dadabhoy Foundation Dadabhoy Foundation is a registered non-profit making organization and is the sponsor of Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education. It has been striving to make contributions in cultural, socio-economic, educational and scientific development of our society since 1982. The Foundation consists of well-qualified people with vast experience in the field of education, economics and social development. The Foundation strives not only to contribute to the uplift of the economy of our country but also to work towards the welfare of society as a whole. Dadabhoy Foundation has also been active as a publisher and some of its publications have been given “The Best Book of The Year� award by the government of Pakistan. Dadabhoy Foundation has set up higher education Institution for providing opportunities for development of knowledge workers in market driven disciplines in business and technology. The Institute develops its students to become competent professionals with leadership qualities in their chosen field of specialization. The Foundation stands committed to create academic excellence, knowledge advancement, societal values and prepare good corporate citizen for the country. Education at the Institute offers opportunities for the intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social, cultural, and physical development of students. Students are encouraged to develop analytical and research ability to become a contributor to the dynamically evolving business environment. Institute at a Glance


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Vision, Mission and Goals Vision Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education is committed to becoming one of the leading centers of Higher Education in Pakistan while serving the intellectual, cultural, social, environmental and economic needs of the country. As a result DIHE will cause human development through its educational programs, research initiatives and outreach efforts.

Mission DIHE is devoted to discovering, disseminating and applying knowledge for the advancement of the Pakistani Society in the perspective of global changes. The DIHE identifies and attracts undergraduate and graduate students of high potential, especially those who have been historically under-represented because of limited financial resources. Through commitment to excellence in teaching and educational services, DIHE prepares students for lifelong learning and for constructive participation in the community.

Goals

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The Institute will promote continuous quality improvements in teaching, learning, scholarly research, and creative activities. The institute hopes to achieve exemplary undergraduate education based on integrated core curriculum and technology aided teaching – learning process. In addition, the Institute will establish reputed Masters Degree programs which should enable the students to be leaders in their respective fields and for further education leading to doctorate programs. The Institute will establish strong research programs in Basic & Applied Sciences to strengthen its M. Phil / Ph.D. programs. The Institute will establish international links with reputed institutions of the world. The Institute will make every effort to develop the cultural climate for bringing about a change in the youth of Pakistan for healthy competition and betterment of society, emphasizing at the same time on the development of leadership and collegiality. The Institute will develop technology infrastructure and information resources necessary to support the Institute's programs / services, and research. By 2010 DIHE will establish a full fledged campus spread over 250 acres of land, housing most of the faculties allocated to the Institutes in the charter, with the student population of between 5-8 thousand.


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Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education Introduction Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE) was set up in the year 2000 by Dadabhoy Foundation. The institute received its charter from the government of Sindh in 2003. It has been recognized by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and the Charter Inspection and Evaluation Committee (CIEC) of Education Department Government of Sindh. DIHE ranks as a top grade educational institution and also as a “W” (A) grade educational Institution because of its well designed academic programs, appropriate educational facilities, high class foreign educated PhD faculty and state-of-the -art facilities. The Institute offers academic programs at two campuses, the Hill Park Campus, located at Shaheed-e-Millat Road and North Nazimabad campus located in Block “A” North Nazimabad. The Hill Park Campus offers degree programs in the faculties of Business Administration, Science and Law.

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Degrees offered in Faculty of Business Administration include: BBA, BBA (Financial Engineering), MBA (Islamic Banking), MBA (Banking and Finance), MBA(Human Resource), MBA (Finance), MBA (Marketing) and M.Phil leading to PhD. The Executive Development Center of Business School complements the degree based programs and provides a continuous range of seminars, workshops and short courses on specialized topics of particular interest to employees of the corporate sector. The Science Faculty offers degree programs for BS (Computer Science), BS (Software Development), BS (Information Technology), BS (Electronics and Communication), BS (Process and Financial Engineering), MCS and MS (Information Technology), MS/Phil leading to PhD. The degree programs offered by Law Faculty include: LLB and LLM. While DIHE benefits from an excellent academic foundation, it also offers second to none environment that nurtures the overall development of all the students. Some of the activities that are focused on these objective include: • Remedial English classes (Free of cost classes for students who need them.) • Student grooming classes • An active sports program • Ongoing cultural activities like theatrical programmes, poetic and musical evenings etc. • Student's societies North Nazimabad Campus was taken over by DIHE in May 2004. Since then all efforts have been made for the improvement and advancement. Initially NN Campus was offering degree program in MBA and B-Tech (Adv/Hons) for evening students only. In 2005 Morning Programs in BBA, BS (CS) and B.Com were introduced. Recently MIT program for evening students has been launched to meet the emerging needs of IT Managers in the market. The administrative staff and faculty members of NN campus are committed to their professional responsibilities. The NN Campus is moving towards the path of excellence.


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(a) Why choose DIHE for further studies? • • • • • • • • •

Exposure to high quality teaching and learning environment. Foreign qualified Ph.D. faculty. Quality education at affordable costs. 100 Dadabhoy Foundation Scholarships (Upto 50% of tuition fees) Additional 50 Dadabhoy Foundation Scholarships for female students (50% of tuition fees). Employment assistance through placement service of the Institute. Vibrant internship programs in reputed corporate sector institution during summer. Personality development programs through classes and extra-curricular activities. Research orientation integrally linked to each degree program.

(b) Facilities The institute is conscious of the fact that students admitted to the Institute should receive value added education. This is possible if the teaching learning process is adequately fortified academically and supplemented by a range of extra curricular activities. To be able to do so, the Institute offers instructional programs for various degrees at the cutting edge of knowledge. Highly qualified teaching faculty combined with facilities for practical work, internship, and delivery of specialized lectures by experts in various fields constitute the main frame of the academic programs of the institute in all fields.

The computer and IT education are further strengthened by the well equipped Physics/ Digital laboratory. Each campus of the Institue enjoys the complete networking facility (Intranet). The facility is needed by the students as well as by the faculty and other staff members.

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The availability of a well stocked library is a prerequisite for enhancing the quality of education. We have a spacious library containing more than 6000 books on relevant subjects and 15 research journals (including international) having high impact factor. The library has a temperature controlled (airconditioned) reading environment with comfortable seating arrangements. Liberal grants are provided for the continuous improvement of library. A separate section has been allocated for digital Library having computers with high speed Internet access. Through the courtesy of HEC (Higher Education Commission) the Digital Library has access to more than 11,000 research journals of international repute and recognition a separate book bank of multiple copies of text books has been created for the convenience of students who can borrow books for long periods from the book bank. Students are encouraged to use library materials for preparing their assignments. Comfortable reading facilities have been provided for study of various materials with in the library. There are seven laboratories of which six are for computer studies. Three of these laboratories are located in the Business School, while four are in the Science School.


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CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Drama and Music Society The society has staged dozens of quality plays and programs some of which were recorded and televised by TV channels like the Indus, and ARY. Programs of the society have figured on various FM channels as well. The avowed aim of the society is to identify the hidden talent among the students and having done that to develop it to its fullest potential. The society encourages students to participate in selected TV programs as long as their participation does not clash with their studies.

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Debating Society Those who have a talent for speaking are given full opportunity to develop it. The society sends it debating teams to institutions in and outside Karachi. It holds interuniversity and intercollege declamation and debating contests regularly. DIHE debating teams have won many prestigious debating contests locally as well as nationally. An important event in the calendar of the Society is the Abdul Ghani Dadabhoy trophy. The debates generate an enormous amount of enthusiasm. Institutions vie with one another to take part in this debate.

Advertising and Marketing Society The society holds seminars, arranges lectures and presentations. It guides students in writing their reports theses and case studies. National and International leaders in advertising and marketing are invited to share their views from the platform of the Society.

SHARP Society of the Human Resource Professionals conducts quality seminars on different aspects of human resource management. It invites speakers from corporate sectors holding high portfolios at their work places to enlighten the listeners who are both students as well as professionals.

Explorers Club Explorers' Club arranges and plans expeditions and outings for its members. A place is not just explored but sociological, economic and demographic dimensions are also probed.


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Explorers Club Explorers' Club arranges and plans expeditions and outings for its members. A place is not just explored but sociological, economic and demographic dimensions are also probed.

Computing Society Anything at all to do with the computers falls within the scope of this society. Members discuss with one another the latest developments in computers and computer sciences.

They share among themselves their perceptions of different aspects of computer disciplines, difficulties and the problems they encounter.

The society organizes all literary activities on the campus. It periodically holds literary gatherings in which different dimensions of literature are discussed, for instance, in the inaugural session of the society, Faiz Ahmad Faiz was remembered and both his poetry and personality were discussed. The society provides a platform to the students to present their poems, articles and short stories. The society has discovered many new poets and poetesses in DIHE.

SBFP Society of Banking and Finance Professionals brings on a platform all those who are interested in banking and allied subjects. It provides an opportunity to professionals to air their views on different problems and issues they are confronted with. SBFP creates awareness on vital issues in banking and finance management among highly influential audiences.

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Activities in DIHE The calendar of activities and events in DIHE throughout the year kept on moving briskly. Among the more significant of these were: •

Abdul Ghani Dadabhoy Running Trophy was held in style. The first second and third winning teams in this intercollegiate bi-lingual debate were given cash awards of Rs.15,000, Rs.10,000 and Rs. 7,000. PECHS Girls College lifted the trophy. The standard of speeches was so high that many among the audience said “It was the best debate they ever attended”. The topic was, “Our survival

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Lies in Spiritualism rather than in Materialism.” Lt. Gen. (R) Moinuddin Haider presided. •

The seminar “Journey of Pakistan, Present and Future” to mark the 68th anniversary of the passage of the Pakistan Day Resolution left nothing to be desired. The speakers were top class, the content of their speeches was thought-provoking and a big relief from the superficial run-of-the mill thinking that one gets exposed to these days. The speakers were , Professor Hasnain Kazmi , Mr. Aftab Ahmad Khan, Dr. Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui , Vice-Chancellor, Karachi Univrsity and Mr. Qutubuddin Aziz and Dr. M. H. Qazi, Rector Dadabhoy Institue of Higher Education.

In the First Jang Forum that was held in the Auditorium of the Business School the topic that came up for discussion was “How can the Spiralling Prices of Food Items be brought within reasonable limits”. The participants were: Mr. Muzammil Aslam, Group Economist, KASB, Hari Ram Lohano, Senior Economist Social Policy and Development Centre and Mr. Anis Majeed, Chairman Karachi Wholesale Grocers Association. In the question-answer session the panelists praised the quality of questions that the students put to them.


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In the Second Jang Forum the participants were: (1) Mr. Tariq Ikram, Fedral Minister and CEO, Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (2) Mr. Abdullah Dadabhoy, Chairman, Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (3) Mr. Majyd Aziz Balagamwala, President, MHG Group of Companies (4) Mr. Zubair Motiwala, Chairman, Diamond Textile Pvt. Ltd. (5) Dr. Shahid Aziz Siddiqui, Former Commissioner Karachi and Federal Secretary Communication at present, Vice Chancellor, Ziauddin Medical College (6) Mr. Abrar Qureshi, an economist (7) Mr. Abdul Haseeb Khan, President Brooks Pharmaceutical Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. and Chairman, Korangi Industrial Estate Association. (8) Mr. Muhammad Iqbal Chairman, APTMA. Among the myriad issues that were discussed was Dual system of education which has created a lot of confusion in society.

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Personality grooming sessions were taken up with vigor. The session had a measurable effect on the thinking of the students whose turnout improved. The main figure in these sessions was Miss Tanveer Ishrat, faculty member. Workshop on Business Communication and Presentation Skills were organized by Gulfstone Training Group in collaboration with the Business school. Three very successful workshops were held in which the main speakers were from UK, Australia and New Zealand. Workshops on Business Continuity Management were held in EDC. Three speakers were from abroad. Dr. Deither Gabert from Germany worked for several days to prepare a report on how to improve the working of the DIHE. Literary Society was launched. The work and life of Faiz Ahmad Faiz was discussed. Deans Awards ( Dean of Business School) were conferred on students who excelled in disciplinary conduct, academics and extra-curricular activities. Mr. Shujaat Ali Baig visited the Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education while he was holding the office of Provincial Minister for Education, Sindh. Chairman DIHE, Mr. Abdullah Dadabhoy presented to him a memento of DIHE. Winter Talent Show 2007 featuring lively skits and songs were produced by Student Counsellor.

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The discussion was conducted by Mr. Akram Khan, Editor Jang Forum. Every participant was given five to seven minutes to speak. The Forum was reported in Jang.


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Admission, Fee Structure and Registration Admission 1.

Any person is eligible to register for a degree/diploma program who: 1.1 satisfies the requirements of entrance as specified in the eligibility criteria of each degree program. 1.2 transfers from another Higher Education Commission (HEC) recognized university/degree awarding institute.

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1.3 satisfies the requirements of qualifications specified for the course. 2.

All applications for admission are to be submitted on a prescribed Application Form obtainable from the Admission Office.

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Applications for admission are received in Fall and Spring Semester in response to announcements made by the Institute mainly through advertisements in national dailies.

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All applicants with eligible credentials are required to sit in an admission test. Merit is determined on the basis of marks scored in the test (60%) and academic record (40%).

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Any person who is enrolled for an academic program must sign the following statement: “I solemnly promise that I will faithfully obey the statutes and regulations of the Institute so far as they apply to me�.

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Instruction for all taught and research courses are conducted in the English language.

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The Institute does not accept responsibility for any academic failure by any student for lack of compliance in any subject of study including that of English language.


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8.

Enrolment in the Institute in any particular subject may be denied or cancelled if: 8.1 the applicant is enrolled in any other institution. 8.2 the applicant fails to satisfy any requirement or condition specified in a course regulation. 8.3 the applicant fails to deposit his dues as set out in fee regulations of the Institute. 8.4 the application for admission(s) or enrolment contains untrue or misleading information or is supported by untrue or misleading evidence. 8.5 the applicant commits misconduct or any breach of discipline subject to the recommendations of the Discipline Committee.

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Fee Structure: 9.1 A student at the time of registration is required to pay the following fees: (a) Registration (b) Tuition (for 6 courses) (c) General

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FEE STRUCTURE Types of Fee: Registration and Tuition First semester schedule of fees (Business and Science Program)

Program

Registration Examination Fee Tuition Fee Fee (Per (Per Course) (Per Semester) (Rs.) Semester) (Rs.) (Rs.)

BBA/BS MBA (Morning) MBA (Evening) EMBA MCS/MIT

3000/3000/3000/3000/3000/-

7000/8000/8000/8000/8000/-

1000/1000/1000/1000/1000/-

Extra Curricular Total Fee Activities (First (One time Semester) payment) (Rs.) (Rs.) 3000/3000/3000/3000/3000/-

49000/55000/47000/39000/39000/-

Total Package Rs.)

343000/211000/219000/183000/203000/-

Structure for B.Com Program

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Admission Fee Examination Fee Tuition Fee Extra Curricular Activities Total Package

Rs.2500/Rs.2000/- (Per Year) Rs.3000/- (Per Month) Rs.3000/- (One Time Payment) Rs.84000/-

Fee Structure for B.Tech (Pass) Program Tuition Fee Project Fee Total Package

Rs.60000/Rs.6000/Rs.66000/- (To be paid @ Rs.5500/-per month)

Fee Structure for B.Tech (Hons.) Program Tuition Fee Project Fee Total Package

Rs.70000/Rs.5000/Rs.75000/- (To be paid @ Rs.6250/- per month)


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Fee Structure for M.Phil Program Registration Fee Caution Money Tuition Fee Examination Fee Thesis Evaluation Fee Total Package

Rs.15000/- (One Time Payment) Rs.5000/- (One Time Payment) Rs.10000/- (Per Course) Rs.2000/- (Per Semester) Rs.10000/- (One Time Payment) Rs.114000/-

Fee Structure for Ph.D. Program Semester Fee Tuition Fee Thesis Evaluation Fee Total Package

Rs.30000/- (Per Semester) Rs.8000/- (Per Course) Rs.10000/- (One Time Payment) Rs.178000/-

Fee Structure for LLB/LLM Program

Program

5000/5000/-

Security Deposit (Rs.)

2000/2000/-

Tuition Fee (Per Year) (Rs.)

42000/60000/-

Examination Total Fee Fee (For First (Per Year) Year) (Rs.)

2000/2000/-

Types of Fee: General Fee (as maybe applicable) Academic Record (First Copy) Academic Record (Duplicate Copy) Recounting Final Grade (Per Course) Transfer Fee Degree Fee Replacement of Degree Replacement of Identity Card Subject Outline (Per Course)

Rs.500/Rs.1000/Rs.1000/Rs.1000/Rs.5000/Rs.3000/Rs.300/Rs.300/-

51000/69000/-

Total Package Rs.)

139000/131000/-

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LLB LLM

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9.2 Payment of Fees a.

Students who will pay full semester fee at the time of registration and in subsequent semesters will receive 5% rebate on the total tuition fee (registration fee excluded).

b.

Student maybe granted Foundation Scholarship up to a maximum of 50% of tuition fee. However, all other fee will be paid by the student on registration in the First Semester.

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All general fees will be paid by the student as and when applicable.

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9.3 Non-Payment of Dues a.

A student will be declared as defaulter, if he/she fails to clear his/her dues by the prescribed date.

b.

Defaulters list will be posted on the notice board and circulated to the concerned departments.

c.

A defaulter, if he/she fails to clear his/her dues within 3 days of notification will not be allowed to attend classes or sit in any examination.

d.

A default fine or Rs.100/- per day will be charged from the defaulter after the expiry of the last day prescribed for the clearance of dues.

e.

A student will be deregistered if he/she fails to clear dues by the end of second week after the notified date for payment of fees.

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A student once deregistered can register himself/herself again during the same semester or in any subsequent semester on payment of reregistration fee of Rs. 5,000/- and clearing the pending dues.

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In case of withdrawal from a semester or freezing the semester, within 10 days of start of academic session, the student can claim 75% of his tuition fee. The registration fee however, will not be refunded. If a student fails to claim reimbursement of the fee, the student can have the same amount adjusted against his tuition fee in any subsequent semester.

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A student receiving scholarship can claim reimbursement of 75% of his share of fee paid to the institute.

10. The Institute reserves the right to make changes in these regulations, including fee charges, at any point during the calendar year. However, the same will be applicable from the ensuing semester.


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11. Transfer 11.1 Any person who has been enrolled at another university in Pakistan or abroadin an HEC recognized institution may transfer for a degree or qualification with such credit or status as may be determined by the academic committee constituted for this purpose, provided that he/she passes the departmental qualifying examination. 11.2 In any case, a transfer student will be granted exemption in credits attended and successfully completed at another institution. However, the exemption of credits will not exceed 50% of the credits required for the award of the degree. The contents of transfer credit must comply with the course contents of similar courses taught at the Institute. 11.3 In exceptional cases, any person who has attained partial academic qualification at any other recognized institution may be admitted with equivalent status on the approval of the Academic Committee and Academic Council.

12. Registration

12.2 Registration is carried out by the Admissions Office only after the admitted student has cleared all dues, certified by the Accounts Office. A registered student will be issued a registration card carrying student’s registration number. The same registration number will be valid in all subsequent semesters.

13. Enrolment 13.1 Only those students who are registered will be eligible for enrolment in the courses offered during the semester. 13.2 A student is required to fill enrolment forms in triplicate available from the Admission Office of the Institute. The student may seek advice of the relevant department at the time of enrolment. 13.3 The list of registered and enrolled students will be notified by the Admission Office under intimation to the Enrolment Department.

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12.1 Each applicant, if admitted for studies at DIHE will be issued admission letter by the office of the Registrar. On receipt of the letter of admission, the applicant is required to pay semester fee by the date specified. Failure to do so will automatically result in the cancellation of admission. However in special circumstances beyond the control of the admitted student, a grace period of up to one week may be allowed with a surcharge of Rs.100/- per day after the expiry of the date. This rule will be applicable in all subsequent semesters.


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14. Scholarships A substantial number of scholarships are announced each semester by Dadabhoy Foundation. Scholarships are awarded only on merit determined by Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Details are provided in a separate brochure available from the Admission Office of the Institute. A separate application is to be submitted for availing the scholarship. Only those students who have good academic record are considered for scholarship.

15. Fee Concession Dadabhoy Institute follows a liberal policy of fee concession mandated by Dadabhoy Foundation for meritorious students with limited financial means. Fee Concession Form has to be submitted along with application form. The Means Testing Committee of the Institute determines the level of fee concession which ranges from 15% to 50% of tuition fee.

16. Add/drop of courses and Semester Freeze 16.1 A student enrolled in a semester may be allowed by the head of the department to add or drop a course. This shall be permissible only one week after the start of regular semester.

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16.2 There will be no charge on the replacement of a course with another course. However, if a new course is added, the tuition fee accruing on account of that shall be paid by the student. 16.3 If a student is unable to carry on studies in a particular semester, he may withdraw from the semester within one week of the start of regular classes and may claim 75% of the tuition fee paid by him. He has also the option of freezing the semester. In such cases the tuition fee will remain valid and may be readjusted in any subsequent semester on rejoining. In any case, the courses which he has successfully completed will remain valid for 3 academic years. 16.4 If a student suspends his studies during a semester without seeking proper permission for freezing the semester, his registration will be cancelled and he/she will have to seek re-registration on payment of Rs. 5,000/- and any other amount which otherwise is due on him.


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Examination Regulations Note: Students are required to read these regulations carefully

Assessment The Institute follows a system of continuous assessment. This enables students to be in touch with their studies throughout the course of the semester.

2.

The semester is spread over 18 weeks. Assessment is based on assignments, quizzes, 3 one hourly examinations during the semester and a final examination at the end of the semester.

3.

The weightage of 60% marks given to various portions of assessment shall be determined by the teacher. However, the final semester examination will carry a weightage of 40% marks.

4.

In courses involving research reports / research projects 20% marks are set aside for presentation; the remaining 80% marks are allocated to the report / project.

5.

The Four Points Grading System will be used for evaluation. Grade Point Average (GPA) in each course will be determined by sum of partial examination / other assignments, and the final semester examination.

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In each semester three one hourly examinations will be conducted. Out of these three, two best scores will be counted towards the final grade. These two examinations will carry a weightage of 30% marks and will be announced, arranged and conducted by the course in charge in consultation with the Departmental Head.

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Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) will be calculated by the formula: Sum of (Credit Hours in a course x GPA) Total Credit Hours

8.

Any student who maintains a GPA of 2.0 or more shall be promoted to the next higher class, irrespective of number of failures in the semester.

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Any student who fails to maintain a GPA of 2.0 shall be placed on probation.

10. Any student scoring a GPA of less than 2.0 will be required to repeat the full semester except the courses in which the candidate has obtained passing grades. However, if he/she fails to achieve the required GPA after probation, within two subsequent semesters, he/she will be removed from the university rolls. 11. A student will not be awarded the degree if he/she fails to maintain a CGPA of 2.5, without any failures. 12. Withdrawal from a course will be allowed latest up to one week before the third hourly examination under approval by the course in charge, Departmental Head and Director of the institution. This will be shown in (W) letter in the transcript. 13. A student who fails to complete a course for reasons beyond his control he/she may be granted a letter grade Incomplete (I). This course can be completed subsequently, for which fresh course fee is to be deposited. 14. The results of all courses shall be displayed by the respective Head of Department on the notice boards within 10 days of the final semester examination. 15. The final result will be declared by the Examination Department within two weeks of the last semester examination.

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16. Transcripts of all semester results will be issued by the office of the Controller of Examinations on the basis of the semester final results submitted by the Head of the Department. No provisional transcripts will be issued by the department. 17. Numerical grades will not be mentioned in the transcripts of the student. 18. The following committee may, if necessary, review the final semester result: (a) (b) (c) (d)

The Rector (Chairman) The Dean of the concerned Faculty The Head of the concerned Institution The Controller of Examinations

19. The final result, as approved by the Committee will be announced by the Controller of Examinations. 20. Transcript will be issued only by the Controller of Examinations to each student after the completion of each semester & on the completion of full degree program.


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General 1.

No student shall be allowed for examinations (Subject/Course) unless he/she has attended 75% of the lecturers, demonstration, tutorials and practicals.

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Breach of Rules of Examinations 2.1 If a candidate is found having in his possession, during examination any papers, books, notes or any other material which might possibly be of assistance to him/her in the examination, he/she can be expelled from the examination of that day and subsequent days, if any, by the Head Invigilator, and his/her case shall be reported to the Controller of Examinations for such further action as my be deemed necessary. The examination result of such a candidate shall be liable to cancellation and further he shall be liable to be debarred from appearing at any examination of the University and from admission to any class in the Institute or in any of its affiliated institutions for a period not exceeding two years. 2.2 Any candidate, detected in giving or receiving assistance or found guilty of copying from any paper, book or note, or using or attempting to use these or any other unfair means, shall be expelled by the Head Invigilator from the examination of that day and subsequent days, if any, and his case shall be reported to the Controller of Examinations for such further action as may be deemed necessary.

2.3 Any candidate, obtaining admission to the examination on false representation made in his application form by false personalization, or using abusive or obscene language in the answer book, shall be liable to cancellation of his examination result and further he shall be liable to be debarred from appearing at any examination of the University and from admission to any class in the Institute or in any of its affiliated institutions for a period not exceeding four years. 2.4 Any candidate, forging another person’s signature on his application or his admission form, shall be liable to cancellation of his examination result and further he shall be liable to be debarred from appearing at any examination of the University and from admission to any class in the Institute or in any of its affiliated institutions for a period not exceeding four years. 2.5 Any candidate, found guilty of disclosing his identity or making peculiar marks in his/her answer book, shall be liable to cancellation of his/her examination result and further he shall be liable to be debarred from appearing in any examination of the University and from admission to any class in the Institute or in any of its affiliated institutions for a period not exceeding two years.

Institute at a Glance

The examination result of such candidate shall be liable to cancellation and further he shall be liable to be debarred from appearing in any examination of the University and from admission to any class in the Institute or in any of its affiliated institutions for a period not exceeding three years.


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2.6 A candidate, guilty of communicating or attempting to communicate with an examiner with the object of influencing him in the award of marks, shall be deemed to have used or attempted to use unfair means and shall be liable to the same punishment as provided for in Regulation (2.2). Communications of the same nature addressed to the Registrar or the Controller of Examinations, shall be treated as falling in the above category and liable to the same punishment. An approach made by a relative, guardian or a friend of a candidate will be deemed to have been made by the candidate himself or herself as such the candidate will be liable to be punished as laid down in Regulations (2.2). If a candidate makes and appeal to an examiner through his answer, his answer-book shall be cancelled and he shall be liable to punishment as laid down in Regulation (2.2). 2.7 In any case not covered by the foregoing Regulations, the Board of Governors, on the report of the person or body concerned shall take such action against the candidate(s) concerned as the circumstances of the case may warrant.

Institute at a Glance

2.8 All punishments under Regulations 14 shall be awarded by the Rector on the recommendation of the “Unfair Means Committee” appointed by the Rector for the purpose, and the latter itself may hold enquiry or authorize any one or more of its members to do so. The examination result of such candidates shall be withheld till such time as their cases are decided by the Rector. 2.9 The Unfair Means Committee shall be the competent authority to determine whether the charge of a breach of Rules of Examination has been proved or not. 3

If the Rector is satisfied that a situation has arisen which calls for a re-examination of paper or papers in a particular subject or subjects, he may issue necessary instructions to that effect.

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Supply of marks and Scrutiny of Results 4.1 Statement on a printed form, showing the marks obtained by a candidate in each head of passing will be supplied to the candidate on payment of a fee of Rs.300/- per examination. Marks obtained by a candidate in individual questions or in sections of a paper shall not be supplied. 4.2 Applications from candidates for an inquiry into the correctness of their result shall be submitted to the Controller of Examination and must be accompanied in each case by a fee of Rs.500/- for each subject. The inquiry shall deal only with the correctness of the results and shall not include re -examination of the candidate’s answer-books. No such application will be accepted unless it reaches the Institute Office within 30 days from the date of publication of the results. 4.3 All answer-books of the candidates will be destroyed after 120 (one hundred and twenty) days from the date of announcement of result of an examination.


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Unsatisfactory Progress 5.1 The Institute may exclude any student from further enrolment or from enrolment in a particular subject and may cancel his registration on the grounds of unsatisfactory academic progress. 5.2 As a part of the academic policy, an undergraduate student is required to maintain a CGPA of 2.0 in each semester, and a graduate student is required to maintain a CGPA of 2.5. 5.3 If a student is unable to maintain a CGPA of 2.0 or 2.5 as applicable in any semester, he/she will be placed on probation. The probation will continue for a maximum of 2 subsequent semesters during which period he is required to attain a CGPA of 2.0 or 2.5 as the case may be. 5.4 In case a student is unable to maintain the required CGPA for three consecutive semesters, he is liable to be deregistered unless he shows compelling circumstances which have affected his academic progress. For this he/she will submit application to the Rector through the Head of the Department concerned. 5.5 On the request of a student showing unsatisfactory academic progress, the department may arrange special tuition for a student in areas of his/her weakness. 5.6 The parents / wards will be kept informed about the unsatisfactory progress of the student. Institute at a Glance

5.7 A student who is deregistered because of unsatisfactory performance from the institute will not be accepted for re-registration.


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Faculty of Business Administration The best way of predicting the future is to create it. Peter Drucker


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MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN A nod of re-assurance is necessary here: you have joined a University in which the greatest emphasis is placed on the grooming up of the students so that when they enter the job market they are fully equipped to face the challenges there. A lot of emphasis is placed in the University on broadening the mental horizons of the students by exposing them to world class speakers from Germany, England, the United States, Australia and other countries. By the time a student leaves the university, he is a well rounded person who has a fair idea of the global developments in science and technology. He is also well versed in the art of communication. He brims with the love of his country and has a burning desire to serve Mankind. So good luck to you. I can assure you, you have taken a correct decision by joining DIHE.

Forty years of my tenure in Europe has made me acquire a vision which tells me that a study of the working of the industrial and commercial units of our national economy and case studies of these is excellent training for students. Our students are already undertaking these under my guidance and of the faculty members. I am in the process of creating an environment in which the university will become a bridge between the industry and commerce and the two will move in perfect harmony and unison. The project studies which our students will undertake will give them an in-depth knowledge of the industry which will help them in their careers later on. Prof. Dr. M. M. H. Siddiqi

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I was teaching in Europe in some of the most prestigious institutions. One fine day I thought that I should also teach in Pakistan because it is the country of my origin. It was the sheer love of Pakistan that made me give up my assignments in Europe. Ever since, I have been teaching in DIHE which I have found to be a resilient and humane organization. Dadabhoy Foundation which is supporting this institution is doing a great job. The noble intentions of the Foundation and the earnestness of purpose is bearing fruit and now we are on our way to building one of the most dynamic Universities in Asia.


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PROFILE OF FACULTY MEMBERS Regular Faculty 1. Prof. Dr. M. M. H. Siddiqi Dr. Siddiqi got his early education in St. Patrick’s School at Karachi. After Graduation with honours from St. Patricks College, he got admission in the famous Institute of World Economics at University of Kiel in North Germany for his M.Sc degree. After getting his M.Sc, Dr. Siddiqi got his M.Phil qualification from one of the most renowned colleges of Europe, at Bruges in Belgium. From Bruges, Dr. Siddiqi got acceptance from University of Basle at Basle in Switzerland. Under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Gotfried Bombach, he wrote his Doctoral thesis, as a regular student of Basle University and received his Ph.D. degree with Summa-cum-Laude. Dr. Siddiqi’s teaching experience in Germany, England and U.S.A. has helped him to understand research and contemporary intellectual, academic & cultural life there. Apart from the above, he got managerial experience in machine construction industry, petroleum economics, PVC manufacturing & bio-technical industry. As a teacher and as a manager, he has developed research interest in the fields of Education, Vocational Training, Cross-Cultural Relations, Export Promotion and Economic Integration. He is author of eight different books in German Language and many research articles published in Germany, Belgium and in Switzerland. He speaks 3 occidental (European) languages namely English, French and German & 3 oriental language such as Arabic, Persian & Urdu. He is Professor and Dean, Faculty of Business Administration at Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education since 2006.

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2. Prof Dr. Cdr (R) Aurangzeb He did his Ph.D. in Economics from Hamdard University, Karachi and M.A. Economics and LLB from the University of Karachi. Earlier, he served Pakistan Navy in different capacities, and finally he was Director of Studies and Chief Instructor at School of Logistic and Management. His interests are Managerial Development, Macro & Micro Economics, Logistic and Inventory Management. He is HOD of Business Administration and Commerce & Professor in DIHE.

3. Shahbaz Ali Baig Mr. Shahbaz Ali Baig has done his MBA from University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh USA. He has experience in the field of Marketing, IT, Quality Assurance, Project Management, Coaching & Consulting. He has held managerial positions in Fortune 500 companies, including General Electric and Georgia Pacific. He had managed ISO 9001 and ISO 9002, internal audit programs at GE, implemented Quality initiative of Six Sigma at IT Department of Service Master. He has developed, implemented and conducted ISO, Six Sigma Quality Assurance, Entrepreneurship Operations Management and Marketing Courses at GE and Business Colleges/Universities in U.S.A. and Pakistan.


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He has experience as HR Training & Development Strategist and as Head of Quality Assurance in Habib Bank Limited Pakistan. He has also served as Sales and Marketing Specialist in US Oil, WISCONSIN USA. He has also worked in CITIBANK, New York U.S.A. Besides the above, his other work experiences include Anchor and TV host, News One Channel, Karachi and PTV, Karachi. He has been teaching Entrepreneurship, Operations Management and Quality Assurance in different Colleges and Universities. Presently he is working as Director Executive Development Centre, Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE).

4. Azmat Ahmad Ansari He has some 3,000 articles in the national and the world Press to his credit. He has translated four major books. Documentaries based on his research and scripts have carried the national flag in many world festivals. Dawn Images printed his interview twice. Twice talks written by him were sent to Pakistani Embassies and Missions to mark the Independence Day of Pakistan. He has done his M. A. in History and English from the Punjab University. He holds a diploma in Production and Broadcasting from the A.T.S., New York. His claim to eternal fame rests on his bringing into the mainstream of journalism such places as Gorakh where Sindh’s first summer resort is sought to be built, the mangrove forests of Pakistan , the creeks of the Indus delta. He is a known environmentalist and an exhibition-level photographer. He has represented Pakistan as member of cultural delegations to Sri Lanka, Mauritius and Britain.

5. Tanveer Ishrat She did M.A. (Organizational/Industrial Psychology) and B.A. (Hons) (Psychology) from the University of Karachi. She served Employees Federation of Pakistan and ILO as a resource person. She worked for progressive Group, SUPARCO, TEF and PIPS as Consultant HRM and HRD. She did teaching and training in NIPA, NILAT and PIA Training Centre. For further education, her interests are Educational Psychology, Research Methodology, Organizational Behaviour, Counselling Psychology, Gender Issues and Emotional Intelligence. She is Assistant Professor at DIHE.

6. Irfan Ali

7. Sohaib Rabbani Khan He is MBA (Marketing), M.S. (Marketing in progress) He has more than 20 years experience of marketing mainly in pharmaceuticals. Served in giant multinationals Sandoz (Now Novartis) and Pfizer for almost fifteen years. He has remained a columnist in an English daily and freelance writer for Daily Dawn, The News & Pakistan Times etc. As a Faculty member he served in Biztek for almost three years and later joined Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education as the Editor-in-Chief of its research journal

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Mr. Irfan Ali is MBA (Marketing) from IBA Karachi, M.S. (Electrical Engineering) from U.S.A. and B.E. (Electrical Engineering) from NED Karachi. He has experience of Sales and Marketing of highly technical products as wireless Infrared, LAN computer hardware and specialized computer applications. He has been effectively involved in the service and maintenance of commercial ink jet printing systems and personal computers and related products. His area of interest is Business Mathematics, Statistics, Information Technology and Computer Applications. He has been teaching as visiting faculty in IBA, COMMECS, Muhammad Ali Jinnah University, PAF KIET and Bahria University.


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and a Faculty. Mr. Khan is a well read, well traveled man and visited 13 countries of Europe and Asia. He has five research papers to his credit. His books on Education, Business Communication and Healthcare Management are under publication.

8. Danish Ahmed Siddiqui He has done his MBA from the Institute of Business Administration, (IBA) Karachi. His Ph.D. in Economics is in progress. His fields of interests are globalization and world economy. He is teaching economics and Finance in DIHE. The quality of papers that Danish writes, is usually very high. His paper “Impact of Foreign Direct Investment” on current account” was accepted in the Singapore Economic Review. He is a Lecturer in DIHE.

9. Erum Taufiq She did MBA (Finance) from Iqra University and M.A. (Economics) and B.Com from the University of Karachi. She worked as Assistant Manager (Finance), Pakvet International (Pvt) Ltd. She taught in Jinnah University for Women and College of Digital and Management Sciences. For further education, she is interested in the subject of Economics and Finance. She is a Lecturer in DIHE.

10. Izhar Ahmed Athar

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Mr. Izhar A Ather, Assistant Professor in the faculty of Business Administration, did his B. Com and Law degree form University of Karachi with distinctions. He is fellow Member of the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMAP). He is also an Associate Member of Institute of Bankers in Pakistan. He has both national and International exposure and worked with Northrop Corporation (a US Based Company) on its project Peace Hawk in Saudi Arabia as Finance Manager. During his tenure with Northrop, he was closely associated with teaching and educational programs of US Academy in Saudi Arabia and was also actively involved in Parent/Teachers Association so as to resolve their education related issues. In Pakistan, he has teaching experience with different Universities and Professional Institutes spread over a period of 10 years. He also remained Education Director of ICMAP. Besides this, as Executive Secretary of SAFA (South Asian Federation of Accountants), he led and completed a number of professional and educational projects related to SAARC countries. His area of interest is Accounting, Business and Labour Law & Financial Management.

11. Beenish Kaleem She did her M.Sc from University of Central England Business (Management), United Kingdom and BBA from CBM Karachi. She has been working as Assistant Relations Manager and Business Development Manager in Standard Chartered Bank, Pakistan. She has also worked as Manager Sales Promotion in Ali Gohar & Company (Pvt) Ltd. Pakistan. Her area of interest is Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior.


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12. Nuvera Siddiqui She did her masters in English Literature and Linguists in 2002 and 2004 respectively. She has worked as a visiting faculty in Federal Government Urdu University in the capacity of a Lecturer from 2006 - 2007. Later on she joined Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education. She has been an accomplished debater and has been the in charge of the Debating Society.

13. Reema Frooghi She is MBA (Marketing), from Hamdard University. She has been working as Centre Manager in Arena Multimedia, where she was involved in Marketing Policies and achieving the monthly targets. Her area of interest is Brand Management, Strategic Marketing, Sales Management and Advertising. She is one of the coordinators for program on DIHE on different TV channels.

14. Shamim Zehra She is M.A. (Economics) from Karachi University. Her area of interest is Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Money and Banking and Pakistan Economy. She has been teaching in Sir Syed Govt. Girls College, Allama Iqbal Open University. Presently she is lecturer in DIHE and teaches Microeconomics to BBA (Hons) and MBA Classes.

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Permanent Faculty – North Nazimabad Campus 15. Faheem Qazi He is MBA in (Finance). He has been working as Accounts Officer in Star Air Aviation Private Limited and as Credit Administrative Officer in National Bank of Pakistan. He has been teaching finance subjects in Iqra University, Institute of Business & Technology (BIZTEK) and Preston Institute Management Sciences. His areas of Interest are Business Finance, Financial Management and Security Analysis.

16. Syed Salman Wasi He is MPA (HRM) from University of Karachi. He has been teaching in Universal Grammer School and Pak American Language Centre. His area of interest is Business Communication, HRM and Organizational Behaviour.

17. Syeda Ambreen Murtaza She is M.A. (English) and has been teaching in Foundation Public School, Petroman Institute of Information and Management Sciences. She has also worked as research and academic coordinator in Teacher’s Development Centre. Her area of interest is Business Communication, Business English and English Language.

Adjunct Faculty 18. Muhammad Iqbal

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He has done his M.Sc in Economics and is Qualified Mentor Bradford University UK. He is a Member of Chartered Institute of Logistic and Transport, UK, Member Pakistan Society of Development Economics, Islamabad and a member Pakistan Institute of Management, Karachi He is an executive member American Management Association, as well. He is a specialist in Training Techniques. At present he is the GM Human Resources, Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority. He is presently teaching Compensation & Business Management and Training & Development in DIHE.

19. Najam Iqbal Mirza He did MBA in (Finance) from Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, he has served in Pak Libya Holding Co (Pvt) Ltd as a Treasury & Fund Management (Div) Karachi Pakistan. Presently he is teaching “Legal Framework & Practices for Financial Sector” and Treasury & Fund Management in DIHE.

20. Ali Ahmed Minhas He has done MBA (Hons) from Karachi University. He is attached in DIHE with M/s. First Capital Investment Limited. The project has been initiated with a view to develop a model for racking, assessing & forecasting financial performance of the Banking Sector with a keen focus on the impact of fundamentals on the valuation of banks, constituting the Banking Sector in Pakistan’s Capital Market. Presently he is teaching Money & Banking in DIHE.


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21. Noman Noor Muhammad Mr. Noman is an Associate (Society of Actuaries). He is presently working as Associate Actuary, Alchemy, Karachi. He has also worked as Assistant Actuary, AEGON, Louisville, KV as Actural Senior Specialist, CIGN, and Philadelphia, PA. His area of interest in teaching is Business Finance, Micro and Macroeconomics, Money and Banking Security Analysis and Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management.

22. Farah Sajid Ms. Farah Sajid is MBA from CBM. She has been member of CBM Dramatic Society. Her area of interest is Business Communication, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management and Total Quality Management. Presently she is teaching Fundamentals of Marketing to MBA and BBA (Hons) classes at DIHE.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Introduction Business School has designed and developed the curriculum of its degree programs to incorporate the requirements of national and multinational firms and based on the guidelines of Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. These study programs are comprehensive and in line with contemporary offerings. These courses have been designed to groom the individuals to become professional functionaries with their employers.

4 YEAR BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (HONORS) BBA (HONS) PROGRAMS

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This 4 year-degree program has been designed to provide students with knowledge and skills necessary to understand and function effectively in the organization. The four years program offers opportunities to the students to have a well rounded education with mastery in a discipline of their choice. This program also prepares them to proceed towards a more targeted Masters program in Business Management. The objectives for this degree program are to: a.

Familiarize students with the fundamental bodies of theoretical and applied knowledge of business represented in the core course.

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Provide students an opportunity to learn new tools and techniques in areas such as accounting, marketing, and management as presented in upper level courses.

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Enable students to integrate formal academic learning with their business related experiential learning.

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Encourage self-improvement and professional growth among students.

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Expose students to the global business environment.

This program is focusing on three major areas: Marketing, Finance and HRM. The minimum duration for degree is eight semesters. The degree is awarded on completion of minimum 132 credit hours. Minimum 2.5 CGPA is mandatory for the award of BBA (Hons) Degree. The students will be required to enroll themselves for four elective courses during Semester VII & VIII. After completing their 8th semester, the students will have to pass a Comprehensive Examination 42 X 3 = 126 + 6 (Research Project) = 132

Program at a Glance a. b. c. d. e. f.

Bachelor of Business Administration Honours Four year program (eight semester) Credit hours - 132 Offered both in Fall and Spring semesters. Offered at both Hill Park and North Nazimabad Campuses Eligibility criteria - Intermediate or equivalent with minimum 50% marks from an accredited institution.


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SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester – I CODE

COURSE TITLE

AC302 MS301 HU317 EC302 CS317 MG301

Fundamentals of Accounting Business Mathematics -I Freshman English – I Principles of Microeconomics IT in Business Fundamentals of Management

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,1)

Semester -II CODE

COURSE TITLE

AC303 MS302 HU318 EC303 MK302 HU301

Financial Accounting Business Mathematics – II Freshman English – II Principles of Macroeconomics Fundamentals of Marketing Introduction to Psychology

CREDITS 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ AC302 MS301 HU317

Semester -III COURSE TITLE

BF401 MS403 MI426 HU309 HU416

Introduction to Business Finance Elements of Statistics Management Information System Pakistan and Islamic Studies Oral Communication and Presentation Skills.

CREDITS 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ AC303 CS-317 -HU318

Semester -IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

AC410 MS404 MG402 HU406 BF433

Cost & Managerial Accounting Statistical Inference Organizational Behaviour Business Communication Money & Banking

CREDITS 3(3, 0) 3(3, 0) 3(3, 0) 3(3, 0) 3(3, 0)

PRE-REQ AC302, AC303 MS403 MG301, HU301 HU318 BF401, EC303

Semester -V CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF502 MK531

Financial Management Business Research Methods

CREDITS 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ BF401, AC410 MS404

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MK503 BC502 HU521

Marketing Management Business & Labour Laws Introduction to Sociology

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

MK302

Semester -VI CODE

COURSE TITLE

MG504 EC607 HU522 MG503 MG547

Strategic Management Development Economics Logic Human Resource Management Operation & Production Management

CREDITS PRE-REQ 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

MG301,BF502, MK503 EC303, MG301 MG301, MS302

Semester -VII CODE

COURSE TITLE

EC606

Management & Organization of Pakistan’s Economy Entrepreneurship Business Ethics, Elective-I Research Project (06 Credit hrs spread over 02 semester

MG609 MG546

CREDITS PRE-REQ 3(3,0)

EC302, EC303, EC506

3(3,0) 3(3,0)

MG301, MK503 MS404, MK531

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Semester -VIII CODE

COURSE TITLE

MG648 MK604 MI602

Global/International Business Consumer Behaviour E-Commerce Elective-III Elective-IV

CREDITS PRE-REQ 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

MK302, EC607 MK503, HU301 CS317, MI426

Internship To obtain BBA (Hons) degree, the students should have completed a maximum of 42 courses of 126 credit hours and a Research Project of 6 credit hours thereby completing 132 credit hours. Besides these courses and Research Project, students are to undergo 6-8 weeks Internship and to pass the Comprehensive Examination. Internship programs are arranged with local and multinational organizations to familiarize students with practical business and technological atmosphere. Students get an opportunity to practice what they have learnt in school. Internship is arranged during Summer Semester and is a degree requirement for all students. Internship is scheduled after the completion of the 4th Semester. The students after the completion of 6-8 weeks internship are to submit a report giving details of their experiences and learning.

Comprehensive Examination Passing of Comprehensive Examination after completion of final semester is mandatory for all students. Evaluation shall be on the basis of pass/fail. There shall be no grading or marks for Comprehensive Examination.


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BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B.COM) PROGRAM (1) (2) (3) (4)

B.Com (Two years degree course) will consist of Part-I and Part-II. Part-I will have six papers of 100 marks each. Part-II will have six papers (including once optional) of 100 marks each. The compulsory subject of Islamic Studies and Pakistan Studies shall be of 100 marks with the following distribution: (a) Islamic Studies/(Ethics for Non-Muslims) of 60 marks. (b) Pakistan Studies of 40 Marks.

Both Sections (a) and (b) are to be passed separately: The marks of both sections shall not be included in the division. Minimum passing marks shall be 40 percent in each subject but the aggregate shall be 45%. Students securing less than 45 percent in aggregate shall be declared failed. Divisions are as follows: a. b. c.

Students securing 60 percent or more shall be placed in the First Division. More than 45% but less than 60% shall be placed in the Second Division. There will be no Third Division.

B.COM PART-I & PART-II SYLLABUS (OFFERED ONLY IN NORTH NAZIMABAD CAMPUS) Scheme of Studies B.Com Part-I

Scheme of Studies B.Com Part-II Paper-I Business Communication Paper-II Principles of Management Paper-III Economic Development of Pakistan Paper-IV Advance Accounting and Cost Accounting Paper-V Business and Industrial Law Paper-VI Optional Paper Auditing and Income Tax Law Introduction to Computer Application in Business Principles of Marketing Principles of Insurance Banking and Finance

100 100 100 100 100 100 Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

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Paper-I Islamic Studies/Ethics (Non Muslim) and Pakistan Studies Paper-II Functional English (Compulsory) Paper-III Introduction to Business Paper-IV Principles of Accounting Paper-V Business Mathematics and Statistics Paper-VI Economic Analysis and Policy

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01 YEAR MBA (FOR 04 YEAR BBA (HONORS GRADUATES) Master of Business Administration (one year) program has been specially designed for enhancing the managerial and leadership skills of those business graduates who have already completed their 04 year BBA (Hons) program from accredited university. Thus, the program focuses on practical decision-making and policy formulation for establishing and managing the modern day businesses. The DIHE business graduates will perform a leading transformational role through their state-of-the-art entrepreneurial and managerial skills. The program is comprised of courses that inculcate critical thinking and practice based understanding of managerial processes. The MBA graduates may choose any one of the market oriented specialization fields from the major areas such as Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business and Operations Management etc. The minimum duration for completion of the program is two semesters (one year). It is awarded on completion of 36 credit hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.5/4.0.

Program at a Glance Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø

Master of Business Administration One year program (Two semesters) 36 Credit Hours. Offered both in the Spring and Fall Semesters. Eligibility Criteria, 04 years Bachelor Degree (with 16 years Education) in Business Administration with minimum CGPA 2.5 from an accredited institution/university.

SCHEME OF STUDIES

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Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

AC 701

Advanced Accounting

3(3,0)

MK 711 EC 711 MS721

Applied Marketing Strategies Managerial Economics Quantitative Analysis Elective-I Elective-II

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1)

PRE-REQ

AC 302, AC303, Ac410-MK 302, MK503 EC 302, EC 303 MS 403, MS404

Semester-II CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF 702 MG732

Financial Decision Making Seminar in Pubic & Business Policies Corporate Governance Elective-III Elective-IV Research Project

MG742

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

BF 401, BF 502 MG 301, MG 504, MG 648 MG 609, MG648

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02 YEAR MBA PROGRAM (MORNING) Introduction DIHE offers admission to the MBA degree program to graduates. This program is offered in morning to graduates in any discipline. Students who are admitted to this program are required to go through the courses given below during four semesters (two years). We offer three elective courses, each in a chosen field, during the 3rd and 4th semesters of MBA program of study.

Comprehensive Examination Passing of comprehensive examination after completion of final semester is mandatory for all students. Evaluation shall be on the basis of pass/fail. There shall be no grading or marks for comprehensive examination. Eligibility: Duration: Session: Total Number of Semesters: Total Number of Courses: Final Year Research Project: Total Number Credit Hours:

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized university. 02 years Morning 4 23 (3 credit hours each) 03 credit Hours. 72

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester – I COURSE TITLE

AC526

Principles and practices of Financial Accounting Principles of Microeconomics Fundamentals of Management Fundamentals of Marketing Business Mathematics & Calculus IT in Business

EC302 MG301 MK302 MS510 CS317

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) Faculty of Business Administration

CODE

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1)

Semester –II CODE

COURSE TITLE

EC303 BF401 HU406 MS514 MK503 MG402

Principles of Macroeconomics Introduction to Business Finance Business Communication Basic Statistics and Inference Marketing Management Organizational Behaviour

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

AC526

MK302 MG301


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Semester -III CODE

COURSE TITLE

MK531 MG503 AC410 BF502 XXXXX XXXXX

Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Cost & Managerial Accounting Financial Management Elective-I Elective-II

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

MS515 MG301 AC526 MS515, BF401

Semester -IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

MG609 BC502 MI426 MG504

Entrepreneurship Business & Labour Laws Management Information System Strategic Management

Faculty of Business Administration

Elective-III Research Project (03 credit hrs)

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

MG301, MK503 CS317 MG301, BF502,MK503 MS514, MK531


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02 YEAR MBA PROGRAM (EVENING) Introduction The above program of DIHE caters to the needs of employed executives and professionals who have sufficient working experience in corporations/agencies and are willing to burn their midnight oils. Our academic package would ensure complete understanding of the theory and practice of Business Management, state-of- the-art knowledge and skills essential for facing the challenges in the field. The program focuses on the needs of managers for acquiring high professional standards to be able to place their claim to higher level careers in the constantly changing business environment. We offer specialization in Accounting, Banking and Finance, Marketing, MIS, Advertising, Logistics & Transport, Human Resource Management and Insurance. Eligibility: Duration: Session: Total Number of Semesters: Total Number of Courses: Final Year Research Project: Total Number Credit Hours:

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized university 02 years Weekends/Evening 4 23 (3 credit hours each) 03 credit hours 72

Comprehensive Examination Passing of comprehensive examination after completion of final semester is mandatory for all the students. Evaluation shall be on the basis of pass/fail. There shall be no grading or marks for comprehensive examination.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester -I COURSE TITLE

AC526

Principles and practices of Financial Accounting Principles of Microeconomics Fundamentals of Management Business Mathematics & Calculus Fundamentals of Marketing

EC302 MG301 MS510 MK320

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

SUMMER SEMESTER CODE

COURSE TITLE

EC303 CS317

Principles of Macroeconomics IT in Business

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(2,1)

PRE-REQ

Faculty of Business Administration

CODE


45

Semester-II CODE

COURSE TITLE

HU406 BF401 MK503 MS514 MG402

Business Communication Introduction to Business Finance Marketing Management Basic Statistics & Inference Organizational Behaviour

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

AC526 MK302 MG301

Semester-III CODE

COURSE TITLE

MK531 MG503 AC410 BF502 BC502

Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Cost & Managerial Accounting Financial Management Business & Labour Laws

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

MS514 MG301 AC526 MS514, BF401

SUMMER SEMESTER CODE

COURSE TITLE

XXXXX XXXXX

Elective-I Elective-II

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

Faculty of Business Administration

Semester-IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

MG504

Strategic Management

3(3,0)

MG609 MI426 XXXXX XXXXX

Entrepreneurship Management Information System Elective-III Research Projects (03 credit hrs)

3(3,0) 3(2,1)

MG301, BF502, MK503 MG301, MK503 CS317 MS514, MK531


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01 YEAR MBA EXECUTIVE PROGRAM (EVENING) Introduction The above program of DIHE caters to the needs of employed executives and professionals and who have sufficient working experience in corporations/agencies and are willing to work hard to upgrade their knowledge and improve their skills. Our academic package would ensure complete understanding of the theory and practice of Business Management, state-of-the-art knowledge and skills essential for facing the challenges in the field. The program focuses on the needs of mangers for acquiring high professional standards to be able to place their claim to higher levels in their careers in the constantly changing business environment. Eligibility:

Duration: Session: Total Number of Semesters: Total Number of Courses: Total Number Credit Hours:

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized university 3 years relevant work experience 01 Year Weekends/Evening 3 Semesters 14 (3 credit hours each) 42

Comprehensive Examination Passing of comprehensive examination after completion of final semester is mandatory for all students. Evaluation shall be on the basis of pass/fail. There shall be no grading or marks for comprehensive examination.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I COURSE TITLE

AC526 EC505 MG521 MS510 MK521

Principles & Practices of Financial Accounting Principles of Economics Management and Strategic Management Business Mathematics & Calculus Marketing & Marketing Management

CREDITS

PRE-REQ Faculty of Business Administration

CODE

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester-II CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS317 HU406 BF451 MS514

IT in Business and MIS Business Communication Business Finance and Financial Management Basic Statistics & Inference

CREDITS

3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

AC526


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Semester -III CODE

COURSE TITLE

MK531 MG503 AC410 XXXXX XXXXX

Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Cost & Managerial Accounting Elective-I Elective-II

LIST OF ELECTIVES ACCOUNTING Activity Based Costing/Management and BSC Computerized Accounting Cost of Quality Managerial Accounting and Control System Accounting Theory & Practice Advance Financial Accounting Auditing Theory and Practice International Accounting and Taxation IAS and Financial Reporting in Pakistan Management Advisory Services Analysis of Financial Statements Accounting Project Accounting Information System Cost Management System and Control Cost Management System Design

Faculty of Business Administration

MARKETING Advertising Consumer Behaviour Export Marketing Personal Selling International Business Industrial Marketing International Marketing Service Marketing Strategic Export Marketing Brand Management Direct Marketing and Sales Promotions Media Planning and Management

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

MS514 MG301 AC526


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LIST OF ELECTIVES HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Industrial Relations Management Organizational Development Human Resources Development Compensation & Benefits Management Succession Planning Conflict Management Team Management Leading the Change Process Operational HRM Managerial Decision Making Performance Appraisal and Management Leadership Studies

MANAGEMENT Entrepreneurial Management Operations and Supply Chain Management Change and Innovation Management Industrial Management and Labour Relations Leadership and Motivation Techniques Advance Strategic Management Management of Service Organizations

ADVERTISING

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Management of e-Business Audit, Ethic and IS issue Business Process Reengineering Enterprise Resource Planning Customer Relationship Management Data Warehouse Relational Database Management System Data Communication and Networking System Analysis Design Methodology

Faculty of Business Administration

Sales Management Advertising Research Advertising Behaviour Advertising Business Media (Planning & Management) Advance Advertising Computer Graphics Advertising Production Public Relation


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LIST OF ELECTIVES INSURANCE Introduction to Insurance Insurance Management Methods of Demographic Research Strategy & Policy in Insurance Organizations Marketing of Insurance Product and Service Law of Insurance

FINANCE AND BANKING International Finance International Financial Management Security Analysis Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Corporate Finance Fixed Income Securities International Banking Regulation of Financial Markets Islamic Banking and Finance Strategic Financial Management Venture Capital and Private Finance Risk Management Financial Econometrics Derivatives Treasury and Fund Management Investment Banking Project Evaluation

Faculty of Business Administration

LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT Fundamentals of Transport Introduction to Logistics Economics of Transport Transport Policy and Planning Movement of People and Goods Transport and Society The components of Logistics and Supply Chain Measurement Analysis & Modeling Tools The E-Supply Chain Achieving Supply Chain Integration


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02 YEARS MBA BANKING & FINANCE PROGRAM Introduction The proposed curriculum for the Master of Business Administration (Banking & Finance) Program has been designed after the review of several leading professional programs such as those of the Institute of Bankers Pakistan and Chartered Institute of Bankers, London. Given the fact that the program proposes to serve the professional/educational needs of both the private & public sectors in new situations, the generic approach to banking education has been utilized in curriculum design. Consequently, the first year of study

leading to MBA degree has been designed to provide the basic management skill required in private banks and in the second year, specialization in these, disciplines follow.

Eligibility Criterion is the same as per MBA Program The courses offered by the program are divided into the following three groups: (a) Basic Skill Courses

(b) Functional Courses These courses will develop knowledge, concepts and practices in the functional areas of banking. These will include courses in economics, finance, accounting, marketing, production, operations, organizational behaviour and business analysis and laws affecting the financial sector. (c) General Courses These courses will provide knowledge about some of the key variables in the external and internal environment of the bank. These will include courses in the business, Islamic Banking, Business Policy and Human Resource Management, the history of Business Development, Internal Business, Money Market Operations and Foreign Exchange etc. Note: Non-Credit Pass/Fail Information Technology relating to Banks and Financial Institutions (with access to internet and e-mail services) Students may opt for any two courses (1) BF641 Analysis of Capital Market (2) BF647 Performance Review of Banks and other Financial Institutions.

Faculty of Business Administration

These courses will provide the basic tools, techniques and skills that are employed by a bank in managing the various functions in business; these include statistics, quantitative methods, computer applications, and management communications.


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SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester -I CODE

COURSE TITLE

HU416

Oral Communication and Presentation Skills Managerial Microeconomics Business Mathematics & Statistics Pakistan & World Economy Information Technology Fundamentals of Management

EC656 MS519 EC550 CS510 MG301

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

Semester-II CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF510 EC555 AC526

Commercial & Investment Banking Managerial Macroeconomics Principles and Practices of Financial Accounting Legal Framework & Practices for Financial Sector Human Resources Management Written Communication Performance Review of Banks & Other Financial Institutions

LW545 MG503 HU519 BF547

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

MG301

Faculty of Business Administration

Semester-III CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF401 HU625 BF660 BF637

Introduction to Business Finance Entrepreneurial Skills & Leadership Monetary & Financial System Marketing of Financial Products & Services Cost & Managerial Accounting Trade Finance & International Banking

AC410 BF672

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

AC526

3(3, 0) 3(3, 0)

AC 526

Semester-IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF641 BF662

Analysis of Capital Markets Credit Evaluation & Risk Management Legal Framework & Practices of Financial Sector ( Seminar) Project Finance Foreign Exchange in Treasury Operation Strategic Management in Banks

LW664 BF665 BF674 MG640

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3, 0)

PRE-REQ

BF401

3(3, 0) 3(3, 0) 3(3, 0) 3(3, 0)

MG301


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02 YEARS MBA ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCE PROGRAM Introduction The Islamic Banking & Financial System is gaining considerable prominence not only in Pakistan but also in Europe, America & the Far East. Being value-oriented and Shariah complaint, it provides an alternative to the Riba based system. Taking into consideration its growing importance, the State Bank of Pakistan has decided that new banking licenses will be issued for Islamic Bank only in view of its global importance of this; DIHE has launched MBA in Islamic Banking & Finance recently.

Eligibility: Duration: Session: Total Number of Semesters: Total Number of Courses: Total Number Credit Hours:

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized university. 02 years Evening 4 24 (3 credit hours each) 72

Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

AC526

Principles & Practices of Financial Accounting Fundamentals of Management Fundamentals of Marketing Business Mathematics & Calculus Principles of Economics Comparative Study – Conventional V/s Islamic System

MG301 MK302 MS510 EC505 BF531

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

Faculty of Business Administration

SCHEME OF STUDIES


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Semester-II CODE

COURSE TITLE

EC580 BF401 HU406 MS514 CS317 LW545

Islamic Economic System Introduction to Business Finance Business Communication Basic Statistics & Inference IT in Business Legal Framework and Practices in Business

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ

AC526

Semester-III CODE

COURSE TITLE

MK531 MG503 BF670 LW676

Business Research Methods Human Resources Management Assets and Liability Products Products-wise Legal Contracts/ Documentation Islamic Fiqah & Sharia Supervision International Islamic Accounting & Auditing Standards

LW670 AC680

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1)

PRE-REQ

MS514 MG301

3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester-IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF671

Risk Management in Islamic Financial Institutions Marketing of Islamic Financial Services Supervision of Islamic Financial System International Growth of Islamic Banking and Finance Islamic Ethics & Financial Management

Faculty of Business Administration

MK685 BF687 BF688 MG685

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

PRE-REQ


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2-YEARS DEGREE COURSE IN MEDIA SCIENCES Introduction Media Sciences is enjoying an importance that it never enjoyed before. Media has expanded. Opportunities have grown so that Press Radio and Television are always looking for competent and trained people but supply falls short of demand. DIHE offers a two years’ degree course in Media Sciences. The students after they get their degrees are capable of handling assignments in advertising agencies, production houses, TV networks and newspapers. Eligibility: Duration: Session: Total Number of Semesters: Total Number of Courses: Total Number Credit Hours:

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized university. 02 years Evening 4 24 (3 credit hours each) 72

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

MES 301 MES 302 MES 303 MES 304 MES 305 MES 306

Essentials of media sciences History of photography Fundamentals of photography Fundamentals of advertising Advertising in global & regional context Copywriting for Press, Radio, Television and billboards

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

CODE

COURSE TITLE

MES 307

Commercial Photography and photography for the Press Industrial Photography Fashion Photography & Modeling Concepts and creative writing Monitoring and evaluation Print Media and producing for the Press

MES 308 MES 309 MES 310 MES 311 MES 312

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(3,0)

MES 303

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

MES304, 303 MES304 MES304 & 306 MES 305 & 306

Faculty of Business Administration

Semester –II


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Semester-III CODE

COURSE TITLE

MES 313 MES 314 MES 315 MES 316 MES 317 MES 318

Essential Broadcasting FM Radio Radio features, talk and interviews Outdoor recording and editing Essentials of Radio Engineering News Broadcasts and Reporting

CREDITS

PRE-REQ

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

MES 301 MES 310 MES306 MES 304, 308

Faculty of Business Administration

Semester-IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

MES319

Media Budgeting and Logistics

3(3,0)

MES 320 MES 321 MES 322 MES 323 MES 324

Fundamentals of TV Production TV Photography and editing Genres of TV production Monitoring and evaluation Outdoor broadcasting and Satellite channels

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1)

PRE-REQ

MES 304, 308, 309, 312, 314, 315 & 316. MES 302, 310 MES310 MES304 & 306 MES306 & 310


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M. Phil IN MANAGEMENT SCIENCES Introduction Dadabhoy Business School offers 02 year M.Phil program in General Management, Human Resource Management (HRM), Marketing and Finance. This program is spread over 04 semesters (02 years). The first two semesters will consist of course work. The remaining two semesters will be devoted to research. Students are required to complete 8 course works of 24 credit hours in first two semester.

Eligibility Criteria 1. 2.

Masters of equivalent degree (4 years’ education after intermediate/A-levels), shall be eligible for admission. Admission shall be granted only after the applicant has passed a GRE type test.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

MS701 EC711 XXXXX XXXXX

Research Methodology Managerial Economics Elective-I Elective-II

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester-II COURSE TITLE

MG702

Theoretical Advancement in Management Sciences Global Issues in Economics & Business Elective-III (Independent Study-I) Elective-IV (Independent Study-II)

EC712 XXXXX XXXXX

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Faculty of Business Administration

CODE


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FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION GENERAL MANAGEMENT Leadership and Motivation Techniques Organizational Strategy & Effectiveness Project Management Industrial Management and Labour Relations Supply Chain Management Petroleum Business Management and Risk Analysis Cross Culture Management Forecasting and Econometric Modeling Public Sector Management Management of Innovation & Technology

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Leadership and Motivation Techniques Recruitment and Selection Training and Development Strategic Human Resource Management Human Resource Development Organizational Theories Restructuring, Downsizing & Rightsizing Seminar in Leadership Compensation & Benefit Management Industrial Relations and Labour Laws

Faculty of Business Administration

FINANCE International Banking Strategic Financial Management Seminar in Economic Policy Monetary Economics Financial Models and Forecasting Islamic Banking and Finance Project Evaluation and Feasibility Mergers, Acquisitions and Restructuring Financial System and Institutions Forecasting Economic Modeling Financial Derivatives

MARKETING Strategic Export Marketing Brand Management Seminar in Marketing Marketing Models Industrial Marketing International Marketing Textile Marketing Marketing of Financial Product Forecasting & Econometric Modelling Free Trade in Theory and Practice


“Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education is great place to study. I really enjoy the tutorials where everyone gets a chance to voice his/her own opinion - we don’t get this elsewhere. I also love being in DIHE as it is alive all the time and has the best selection of courses”


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Executive Development Center (EDC) The Institute has its Executive Development Center (EDC) for imparting higher education to the employed workforce. In congruence to the market demand EDC offers its services for focused Training and development of professional executives. EDC compliments DIHE’s degree courses such as marketing, finance, accounting, operations, IT, human resources and strategy, by offering courses and workshops on topics such as Leadership Diploma (collaboration with The Institute for Leadership and Global Education ILGE); Effective Strategic Planning, Leadership and Entrepreneurship Methodology (Entrepreneurship Operating System™); Six Sigma; Project Management; and other programs that enable the participants to gain and refresh their knowledge and to become effective organizational leaders.

EDC, in consultation with the faculty, designs course material relevant and the organizational needs. Industry and business leaders are also invited as speakers during programs, to give insight on a topic relevant to the program.

Faculty of Business Administration

These programs are highly dynamic and interactive. Multiple training methodologies are used to enhance the learning experience such as use of case studies, role play exercises, and discussions.

Location: EDC is a contemporary, fully equipped learning center built adjacent to historic Hill Park on Main Shaheed-e-Millat Road. The facility is well maintained and the staff is friendly and hospitable.

Programs: The programs of the DIHE-EDC focus on different levels of management and address strategic and technological issues vital to conducting business in this century. Based on analysis of core competencies required to build the business in support of our client’s strategy, client specific courses and programs are also designed / held at the Center for which the organization is required to guarantee at least 10 participants.

Consultancy Services: DIHE-EDC offers special consultancy services performed on-site that evaluates organization, management processes, human resources & organizational development and support systems of our client organization. The assignment concludes with an onsite presentation of key findings. This is followed by a full written report. This is a team- based activity having a team leader and members with relevant expertise and experience.


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Trainers and Facilitators: The DIHE-EDC Faculty consists of trainers with high academic achievements as well as successful, practical business management experiences. The faculty members are well regarded for their insight and command over current issues facing the business and industry. Our EDC faculties also have vast experience working abroad and bring with them best practices from USA, Europe and Asia.

Physical Infrastructure: • • • • •

Executive Training Room - Contemporary room with black leather seating for 30 delegates with full audiovisual facilities Executive Board Room with seating for 12 delegates and a large round conference table Grand Hall – Large auditorium with capacity up to 100 delegates equipped with multi-media A separate serving area to serve tea and coffee to the program participants Mobile Office including computing facilities, word processing, fax, photocopying and printing Wi-fi is available throughout the facility

Our EDC facilities can be used for: • • • • • •

Seminars Management Training Programs Workshops Conferences Symposia Board Meetings

Executive Training Room Executive Board Room Grand Hall

30 12 Up to 100

Audio-Visual Equipment: EDC is fully equipped with the most up-dated audio-visual facilities.

Faculty of Business Administration

Contemporary room with black leather seating for 30 delegates with full audiovisual facilities seating for 12 delegates and a large round conference table Large auditorium with capacity up to 100 delegates equipped with multi-media


Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education

Faculty of Science Give me a place to stand, and I will move the Earth. Archimedes


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1. MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN How to co-survive in a world epitomised by an exploding population, depleting conventional resources, and accelerating science and technology? There is an urgency of effecting social mobilisation. As citizens of tomorrow, we need to build up our character. We require to train ourselves in sciences and professions. We want to ensure we are duly equipped to play our part in the socio-economic existence of society. An immediate implication of what precedes is ‘education is not a synonym for degree’. There is a larger sense. Education is the prime tool to help us wring socio-economic change. With such a task ahead, it is crucially important to see that one lands on a ‘right’ choice of field of study and, concomitantly, on a ‘good’ choice of educational institution. As for Dadabhoy Institute of Higher education (DIHE), she is characterised by her commitment to marry rigorous academic preparation with practical need of students and the real world in which they can develop their strong interest into a stimulating market-based career. Another rather uncommon aspect of the DIHE programs is that they emphasise the learning of foundational facets as well as innovative trends in each area of study. In fact, the DIHE degree programs run by her refurbished faculty are equivalent to similar degree programs of worldwide-accredited universities with respect to their curricular structure and implementation.

I understand that a hard work is involved in ventures like bringing out a representative publication (this ‘Prospectus’, in our case) for a briskly changing and evolving university environment. I appreciate the efforts put in by all the concerned staff and hope that the spirit will be sustained in the unseen future. Prof. Dr. Jawaid Quamar

Faculty of Science

What is particularly encouraging is that, DIHE bothers to ensure that research activity is also underway, especially for younger faculty members. Thus choosing to join DIHE means accepting the challenge as also the excitement of striving hard to get along in your Semesters here and to learn how to handle failures rather than successes in life!


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2. PROFILES OF FACULTY MEMBERS Regular Faculty 1. Prof. Dr. Jawaid Quamar After his B.Sc. (Hons.) and M.Phil., he received Ph.D. for his work related to Black Hole models. As for his personal research and M.Phil. / Ph.D. level research supervised by him, he has published a number of research papers, including more than two dozens of supervised papers. Earlier, he worked as Professor and Director in the Research Institute of Space and Planetary Astrophysics, University of Karachi. Still earlier on, he chaired Department of Mathematics, University of Karachi. He also headed there the Program of Industrial and Business Mathematics. As regards scientific contributions of Prof. Quamar, his doctoral dissertation is recognised as a highly original work and has been cited in numerous research papers, M.Phil. theses and Ph.D. dissertations. In recognition of his other researches, he was offered a membership of IAU, the most prestigious and largest world body in astronomy, astrophysics, earth sciences, and environmental studies. Apart from the distinction of having initiated new research directions in several areas, Dr. Quamar has been responsible for introducing new strands in the application of mathematical sciences. His current interests include modeling, dynamical systems analysis, nonlinear analysis, decision theory, and computational approaches. He is Professor and Dean in Faculty of Science, DIHE.

2. Prof. Dr. G. Q. Memon He is a holder of degrees of B.E. from Pakistan and M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh (U.S.A.). He started his professional career as an Assistant Director in WAPDA at Lahore. After his Ph.D., he worked for more than 4 years in Saudi Arabia on a huge Engineering Information System consisting of Facilities Management System, Geographic Information System, Maintenance Management System and Master Planning. He also possesses extensive teaching experience, he having worked at Sir Syed University and Hamdard University. He has recently joined DIHE as Professor and Associate Dean. Software Engineering Economics is one of his favourite subjects.

Faculty of Science

4. S. M. Ahmed Bari After his B.Sc. (Hons.), he did an MCS from Department of Computer Science, University of Karachi. He is enrolled in M.Phil. leading to Ph.D. program. He has sufficient experience of working in industry. He has more than sixteen years experience of university-level teaching. In DIHE, he is an Assistant Professor. His field of interest is Modeling and Simulation.


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4. Maqsood Razi He holds the degrees of B.Sc. (University of Karachi), MBA (Dubai) and MS (CS) (PAFKIET). His Ph.D. work in Computer Science is in progress in DIHE under the supervision of Dr. Jawaid Quamar. He presented a research paper in the International Conference on Management and Technology held in March, 2007 under the auspices of Gian Goyti Institute of Management and Technology, Chandigarh (India). He presented another research paper in the IEEE International Symposium on Biometrics and Security Technologies held in April 2008 at Islamabad (Pakistan). The latter paper is based on his Ph.D. work and it was declared as one of the two best papers in the area of Information Security presented in the Symposium. Outside academia, he worked as Manager, MIS, in Datasoft Publishers and as Computer Programmer in Datasoft Computer Systems, involved in software development of local companies as well as companies of Dubai. Besides having worked in various capacities in local private and government degree level institutions like Naval Academy (Pakistan Navy), Balochistan Engineering University (Khuzdar), etc. he worked in Somaliland (East Africa) as a Lecturer in the degree-level institutions, University of Hargeisa (supported by United Nations Development Program and having collaboration with MIT, USA) and Mercy Academy of Higher Education. He works as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in DIHE. His interests are Cryptography, Network Security, E-Commerce, and Visual Programming.

5. S. M. Zeeshan Iqbal He holds a degree of M.Sc. in Physics from University of Karachi and M.Sc. in Mobile, Personal and Satellite Communication from University of Westminster (UK). He has an experience in teaching in organisations like Aligarh Institute of Technology, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, and London Business College (UK). He serves as an Assistant Professor, DIHE. Earlier on, he worked in the field of Renewable Energy Resources in which he developed a Parabolic Trough Solar Concentrator. His other interests are advancement in ‘Physical Layer of UMTS’ and Wireless Broadband Communication Network, with focus on Designing and Optimisation of WiMax.

6. S. Ali Imran He is M.Sc. from the University of Karachi and his M.Phil. is in progress. He was associated with GroupSoft and Softec as a Lecturer in Mathematics and Computer Science. As a System Analyst and Computer Programer, he has contributed to wellknown Software Houses. He is a Lecturer in DIHE. For further education, he wishes to work in the field of Computer Programming, Modeling and Simulation.

She holds the degrees of M.Sc. (Software Development) from Huddersfield University (UK) and M.Sc. (Genetics) from the University of Karachi. She did some research work in Bioinformatics during her association with the Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, where she worked as an Assistant Research Officer. In DIHE, she is a Lecturer.

Faculty of Science

7. Naheed Khan


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8. Nasir Danial He has done his MCS from the University of Karachi. He recently wrote a research paper on ‘Computer Error Analysis’ under the supervision of Prof. Jawaid Quamar, paper on ‘Computer Error Analysis’ under the supervision of Prof. Jawaid Quamar, which he submitted for publication to a foreign journal of Computer Science. He served several educational institutions as faculty member prior to his appointment as Lecturer in DIHE. His interests are Numerical Analysis, Algorithmic Analysis and advanced Compilation Techniques.

9. M. Mansoor Niaz He did his B.E. (Computer Systems) from Usman Institute of Technology, Hamdard University. He worked as a Lecturer in South City University, Technomen Institute and the University of Karachi for the past five years. He recently joined DIHE as a Lecturer.

10. Zeeshan Alam Hashmi

Faculty of Science

He did MS in Computer Networks from SZABIST. He has over 3 years of experience in Computer Networking. He served as Network Engineer in Real Time Technology, Dubai. He has been teaching as visiting faculty in PIMSAT. Presently he is teaching in DIHE.


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Adjunct Faculty 11. Prof. Saeedur Rehman After his education at Leeds (UK), he finally joined the Department of English, University of Karachi. Until recently, he has been a Professor of English there. He also chaired the Department from time to time. Prof. Saeed is responsible for all English Language programs conducted in the Science School, DIHE.

12. Dr. Zulfiqar Ali He has done an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Karachi. Later, he completed his Ph.D. also from the same university. He has a good deal of teaching experience, he having taught for years at the University of Karachi, PAF-KIET, etc. He works as an adjunct faculty in DIHE.

13. Arslan Khan He has done Masters by Research in Artificial Intelligence from the University of East London, UK in 1998. He was enrolled for Ph.D. studies at Oxford University, London, UK in the field of Artificial Intelligence in the area of Human Cognition where he worked on Modelling Intelligent Systems. Due to certain circumstances, he quit the doctoral program after three years. As regards his experience, he has been actively involved in Research and Development both at the academic and industrial levels currently, he is the CEO at UnHuman Productions. His research interests are directly related to the fields of Human Cognition, Machine and Intelligence, Human Reproductive Designs for Machines, Society and Behaviour Designs, Automated Self-Healing and Simulation and Modelling. His experiences in the field of Computer Science motivated him to set up the first Private Sector R&D House in Pakistan, dedicated for Computer Science. He is also part of visiting faculty at Karachi University and DIHE.

14. Irshad Hadi He holds the degree of B.E. (Mechanical) from the NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi. He has also done an M.B.A. from IBA, Karachi. Besides, he has done a number of interesting courses from several institutions. He has participated in a number of Seminars and Symposia. He has professional experience of several years, he having worked in organisations like HITEK (Pakistan). He has been also teaching for a number of years in various institutions. He works as an Assistant Professor in DIHE.

He did his MS in Computer Science from the NED University of Engineering & Technology in 2003. Earlier, he did a Masters in Industrial & Business Mathematics and B.Sc. from the University of Karachi. He has to his credit a number of certifications from various other institutions.

16. Prof. S. M. Qasim He has done M.Sc. in Civil Engineering and has over 30 years of experience of teaching in various universities and organisations.

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17. Muhammad Azam Khan He received his B.Com. and MCS from the University of Karachi. He has the experience of having taught in several institutions like Bahria University, institutions affiliated with the University of Karachi such as Mid Asia Indus Institute, and Department of Computer Science, University of Karachi. He is a visiting faculty member in DIHE. His interests are Software Measurement and HCI.

18. Tanveer Ahmed Siddiqi He holds the degree of M.Sc. (Industrial and Business Mathematics) from the University of Karachi. His industrial and market place experience of applying mathematical sciences cover the field of Research and Planning. He has taught things like the language of technical computing (Matlab and Statistical Software packages such as SPSS and Minitab). He is a Lecturer in Department of Mathematics, University of Karachi. He is a visiting faculty in DIHE. His interests are Actuarial Science, Stochastic Processes and Modelling.

19. Sohail Ahmed He holds the degrees of M.A. (Economics) from the University of Karachi and M.A. (English) from Shah Latif University, Sindh, and his M.Phil. is nearing completion. He has a good teaching experience, he having been associated with institutions like Sir Syed University, Federal Urdu University and the University of Karachi. In DIHE, he is a visiting faculty member in English.

20. Iqbal Nayani After having done his I.Sc., he switched over to the field of Commerce. He obtained his B.Com. and M.Com. from the University of Karachi. Later, he also did I.C.M.A. (Pakistan). He has a good deal of teaching experience. In addition to having taught at several other institutions, he has served as a faculty member for years at a number of institutions affiliated to the University of Karachi. He works as an adjunct faculty in DIHE.

21. M. Sajid

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He has done his M.B.A. in Finance from PIMSAT, Karachi. Presently, he is an M Phil. scholar at Indus Institute of Higher Education, Karachi. His area of interest is Finance. He is working as a Lecturer in DIHE.

22. Intizar Hussain He holds the degrees of B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the University of Karachi. He has been teaching in several institutions before joining DIHE as a Visiting Lecturer.

23. Tahir Abbas He has done M.Sc. in Civil Engineering and is a Gold Medalist. He has over 13 years of experience of teaching in reputed educational institutions.


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24. Nadeem Ahmed He has done M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and has been teaching various courses of Mechanical Technology / Engineering for the last 30 years.

25. Zia Salahuddin He holds degrees of B.E. (Mechanical) and M.E. from NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi and has 10 years of teaching experience.

26. Fahim Ahmed He has done B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, and has over 10 years of teaching experience.

27. Muhammad Ali Memon He has done M.B.A. and M.E. in Electrical Engineering and has over 9 years of teaching experience.

28. Abdullah Abu Bakar Siddique Khan He holds B.E. (Computer Systems) and M.E. (Telecom.) from PAF-KIET and has seven years of teaching experience.

29. Inam Ullah Khan He holds B.E. (Electronics) and M.S. from NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, M.A.S. (H.R.) from University of Karachi and M.Sc. in Mathematics from Federal Urdu University. He has over 8 years of teaching experience.

30. Prof. Zafar Uddin Siddiqui He holds B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Geology) from University of Karachi and has over 30 years of teaching and research experience.

31. Jamshed Ali Rizvi He holds B.Tech. (Hons.) degree in Civil Technology and has over 30 years of teaching experience.

He has done M.Sc. (Mathematics) from University of Karachi, M.C.P., M.C.S.E, M.C.S.D. (VB) and has over 10 years of teaching experience.

33. Rizwan-ur-Rehman He has done B.E. (Mechanical) from N.E.D. University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, and B.Sc. from Sindh University and has been teaching various courses of Mechanical Technology / Engineering at reputed academic institutions for the last twenty years.

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34. Prof. Abdul Latif He holds M.A. degree and has been teaching courses of Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies for more than 30 years.

35. Rizwan ul Haq Tirmizi He has done M.Sc. in Mathematics and is doing M.Phil., which is nearing completion. He has been teaching a wide range of courses of Mathematics at various reputed institutions for the last 12 years.

36. Zubair Ahmed He has done M.Sc. in Mathematics from University of Karachi and has over 10 years of teaching experience.

37. Badrus Salam He has been associated with teaching profession since he did his M.A. in English Literature at Patna University in 1966. He has done his diploma in the English Language at Trans-International College, Jersey in 1979. He has taught various English Language Courses in Patna, Dhaka, and Bahrain, where he worked as Head of the English Department, as well and Pakistan.

38. Imran Haider Zaidi He has done B.Tech. (Mechanical) and M.B.A. and has been teaching various Technical and Managerial courses for more than 22 years and is serving as Vice Principal of a reputed Polytechnique Institute. He is a Gold Medalist of Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education.

39. Khalid He holds B.S. in Electronics Engineering and M.S. in Telecommunication Engineering. He has over 7 years of teaching experience.

40. Muhammad Javed Khan

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He holds B.E. (Electronics) and M.A.S. from University of Karachi. He has over 15 years of teaching experience.


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3. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: FACULTY OF SCIENCE Introduction Located at the Main Campus of DIHE, the Science School is housed in an area separated from the rest of the Campus. It comprises a sizable building and a reasonably wideopen area amid the highly busy hub of Karachi. The offices of Faculty of Science, accommodation for faculty members, classrooms, and laboratories account for the built-in structure of the building. Presently, there exist eight large enough classrooms; they all being well furnished and fully equipped with multimedia, overhead

projectors, air conditioners, etc. As regards laboratories, the faculty presently has four sensible Laboratories, designed with international expertise.

Program Structure and Entry Requirements With 6 courses per semester generally, each BS degree program spans a period of 8 semesters (4 years) as follows: 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year

equivalent to

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

The BS may be offered with or without a thesis in case of a thesis, it shall be normally submitted by the student after the completion of the Final Semester. As for a Masters Program, its duration will be 4 semesters (2 years), plus two Short / Summer Semesters with 4 courses per semester.

Some form of funding will be available for suitably qualified applicants.

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As regards requirements for entry into any degree program, the normal requirement for registration in the BS Program is an Intermediate (Higher Secondary) Certificate, preferably with Science Group, or A-Level Certificate or equivalent from a recognised Board or other institution, while candidates will be eligible for admission in the Masters Program if they have a B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.A. from a recognised university. But this does not by itself guarantee an admission in the program. The strictly limited number of seats will be offered to the best few from among the qualified applicants on a competitive basis.


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Summary Information for Admission [A] Bachelors Program 1. Eligibility 2. Minimum Required Percentage 3. Duration 4. Total Semesters 5. Courses 6. Total number of Credit Hours 7. Schedule 8. Admission Fees 9. Fee per Credit Hour

Intermediate Level / A- Level 45% 4 years 8 44 132 Morning Program Rs.10 000 Rs.2 000

[B] Masters Program 1. Eligibility 2. Minimum Required Percentage 3. Duration 4. Total Semesters 5. Courses 6. Schedule 6. Admission Fees 7. Fee per Credit Hour 8. Fee per Course

Bachelors Level 45% 2 years 4 22 Evening Program Rs.10 000 Rs.2 000 Rs.6 000

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Department of Computing & Mathematical Sciences Overall speaking, the curricular structure and implementation pattern of academic programs are comparable to those being pursued in the contemporary global context. Students of the Department happen to have with them an exclusive environment to engage in and foster a myriad of developments related to the contemporary trends in Science studies. The Department of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, offers the following BS degree programs in the following areas:

• • • • •

Process & Financial Engineering Electronics & Communication Computer Science Software Development Information Technology

They are each of four years duration. Presently, there also exists a 2-year degree program of MCS (Masters in Computer Science). In addition to its undergraduate degree programs, the Department is also involved in research activity and offers M.Phil. / Ph.D. degree programs in the following directions: • •

Modelling & Computing Software Engineering

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There also exists a Computational and Software Research Centre (CSRC). This is a research platform for our research students to explore better opportunities in the market and the industry, in particular in the Software Industry and other Application Areas of Computer Science.


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Technical / Administrative Staff 1. Syed Najmul Zafar He holds the degree of MBA (MIS) from DIHE and is enrolled in M.Phil. there. He has also done several professional and technical certifications like MCSE, A+ Certification, Cisco Modules Courses, etc. Prior to his employment in DIHE, he worked as a Network Engineer in City Soft Computers. He is the Network Administrator in DIHE.

2. Syed Adbul Khaliq He has done MCS from DIHE. He has also done Diploma in Networking from Karachi College of Computer Science (KCCS) and Diploma in Hardware from Pakistan Technical Training Center (PTTC). Earlier, he worked as a Network Technician in TECH and Pride Institute. He is an Assistant Network Administrator in DIHE.

3. Imran Kazmi He obtained MCS from DIHE. He also has additional qualifications of MCSE, CCNA, and CCNP. He is a Lab Administrator in DIHE.

4. Mazhar Ali Khan He has done BCS. He also has an MCP and the Certificate in Networking. He works as a Lab Administrator in DIHE.

5. Noman Azhar He has done B.Com. from the University of Karachi. He has also done Diploma in Networking and Hardware Certification. He is a Lab Administrator.

6. M. Asif Qadir Khan He has done B.Com. He has also got the qualification of DIT and Certificate in Networking. He is a Lab Administrator in DIHE.

7. Muhammad Mansoor He has done a Diploma in Computer Hardware and a Certificate in Networking. He is a Hardware Technician in DIHE.

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8. Aysha Qureshi She holds a Masters degree in Sociology from the University of Karachi. She worked in Carlton Hotel as a Sales and Marketing Executive and Assistant Banquet Manager. She is an Office Assistant in DIHE.

9. Sana Sabri She has done M.A. in Sociology from the University of Karachi and works as Academic Co-ordinator in DIHE.

10. Babra Riaz She is M.Sc. from the University of Karachi and works as Receptionist in DIHE.


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11. Qareen Ahmed Siddiqui He is M.S. (IT), B.S. (Computer Science), B.Com., DAE (Electrical) and works as Network Administrator in DIHE.

12. Muhammad Kashif He did B.Com., Certificate in IT and Diploma in Networking from the University of Karachi. He joined DIHE in 2004 and works as in charge Admission in its N. N. Campus.

13. Najam-ul-Hasan He holds the degree of B.Com. and works as Examination Officer in DIHE’s N. N. Campus.

14. Imran Hussain He is B.A. and works as Administrative Assistant in DIHE.

15. Muhammad Jawed Hassan He did his graduation in Economics and Diploma in Computer Science. He has served in Saudia Arabia and Dubai as an Executive Secretary. He joined DIHE in 2005 and works as In-charge Administration in N.N Campus of DIHE.

16. Mahmood-uz-Zaman Khan He is an experienced Accountant and serves as Accounts Officer in DIHE.

17. Farhan-uz-Zaman Khan He did MBA in Finance from DIHE. He joined DIHE in 2005 and works as Accountant in its N. N. campus.

18. Muhammad Kashif Ahmed He has done B.C.S. from the University of Karachi and Certificate in I.T. He works as Assistant Network Administrator.

19. Sobia Jameel

20. Naseem Ahmed He has done M.Lib.Sc. and works as a Librarian in DIHE.

21. Muhammad Usman Siddiqui He did B.C.S. in Computer Science from PAF-KIET, Karachi. He served as an examination officer in PAF-KIET. He works as Examination Officer in DIHE.

Faculty of Science

She has done B.A. from the University of Karachi and works as an Office Assistant in DIHE.


STUDENTS’ COMMENTS I was extremely impressed by DIHE when I visited; both the staff and students were enthusiastic and helpful and I instantly felt very welcome. I felt that the academic environment at DIHE is very inviting and full of character. Saima Channa MCS - III Faculty of Science

DIHE seemed like a great place to come and study, it had all the facilities needed for both study and leisure. The department is full of staff that are all enthusiastic about their field and whether it is in lectures, during practicals or giving general assignment related advice, they’re always helpful. The course equips you with the best learning and hands-on knowledge required to undertake any future job, and makes sure you have the non-academic skills to complement this. Arafat Masood Munshi BS(FE) - III Faculty of Science I've met some wonderful people and I'm really enjoying myself. Coming to DIHE is not just about studying hard and getting a degree - it's also about developing and maturing as a person and taking advantage of a vast number of opportunities open to you. Warda A. Jakhrani BS(FE) - III Faculty of Science

I am still enjoying DIHE enormously, I find my course interesting and intellectually challenging, and the number of friends and fond memories I have acquired are immense. These are definitely the best years of my life.

Faculty of Science

Muhammad Ahsan Yousuf BS(CS) - III Faculty of Science

Far easier than I anticipated. I took some time to adjust to academic life after years in the practical life, but my teachers were understanding and helped me rediscover my student brain! Forget any preconceived ideas you have about what it will be like at DIHE, because it's likely to be completely different to what you expect. Enjoy the experience for what it is, and make the most of your time because it goes really quickly! Tanveer Ahmed MCS - VI Faculty of Science


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Faculty Member Comments Choosing your future path is one of the most important and hardest decisions you have to make. I chose to come to DIHE as a Lecturer, it was a big step, but I am glad I came, as this was the best decision I ever made. Four years ago, I came to DIHE for a number of reasons, mainly because it offered me the opportunity to work as a lecturer in a dynamic and vibrant environment that I really wanted to experience. On first impressions the building itself was not much to look at, but opinions changed as time proceeded and the institute seemed like a great place to gain more knowledge and experiences. At the institute, we want everyone to get a good education, but enjoy the experiences also. Working at DIHE has been a truly rewarding and fun experience. Practically speaking, my work has given me valuable skills that I can be proud of. I am thankful to DIHE for allowing me to give promising undergraduates and graduates students an intense larning experience. I treat DIHE fellows as full members of my family. I am proud of what my students have accomplished with DIHE support. DIHE is the perfect balance of work and play. The institute provides a comprehensive backbone of support in all areas of academic life, the courses are varied and interesting and both the admin and academic staffs genuinely want to help the students. DIHE allows you to become a different person, having responsibility, independance and complete new surroundings full of opportunities and experiences. Having the balance right is important, as you can't party the entire time - putting in the hard work and passing exams to proceed into the next year of study is required but there is no reason why you can't enjoy yourself in between. - 'You can still have fun, while gaining an education'. The reality is that it takes hard work to survive in DIHE (just like it took hard work to get in - you must keep the work up to stay in). During your time at DIHE you learn and gain new qualities without even knowing which will help to boost your work experience and CV and will make you more attractive to future employers. On the whole, DIHE is an exciting place to spend your student years. Outstanding facilities, exceptional teaching, great environment and excellent extra curricular amenities - it's easy to see why our students rate us so highly. The institute is a friendly and welcoming place, with a vibrant and dynamic campus culture.

Naheed Khan Lecturer Faculty of Science

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A multifaceted educational community of individuals pushing boundaries, raising standards, lifting spirits and gaining knowledge — that's how the DIHE community lives education. And that's how you will be empowered to live your life choices at DIHE.


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Faculty Member Comments The Chairman, Dadabhoy Foundation seems to be highly inspired and impressed by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who had defeated hostile policies of the British towards the Muslims by strictly warning Muslim students to refrain from politics and devote all time and energy towards acquiring education. Had he not done so we would have been perpetually slave? As we know his Aligarh movement was nothing but concentrated efforts for the spread of education among the Muslims. Dadabhoy Foundation is a registered non-commercial organisation that has been motivated to make contributions in Cultural, Educational and Scientific Development of our society since 1982. As education plays a critical role in such developments, Dadabhoy Foundation has established an Institute to facilitate the delivery of Higher Education in Pakistan since the year 2000. The outstanding feature of DIHE is that it aims to foster higher education in Pakistan. The Chairman, Dadabhoy Foundation is very keen to make it most successful from educational point of view. It is a matter of regret that more than 60 years have passed to our independence but still we are far behind other developing countries. In this state of affairs it is highly laudable on the part of the Chairman that he is determined to make a world class university at Hawks bay having 250 acres land where the new campus of DIHE is going to be established in the near future (Insha Allah).

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S. M. Ahmed Bari Asst. Professor Faculty of Science


Scheme of Studies in Financial Engineering

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Financial Engineering A change for better and more knowledge is visible in many countries, including Pakistan. In this respect, educational institutions have a positive role to play and have a responsibility to perform in the domain of national uplift and welfare. Now what is the overriding character of this change? The recent emergence of hightech IT character of ever swelling number of Public and Private Sector enterprises has increased the need for advanced approaches largely based on new developments in the Scientific Method and applications of such approaches. Specifically, the recent bang of things like Derivative Security Market, Financial Services and Insurance Sector has also created an unprecedented need for highly sophisticated mathematical practices within industries and markets. In particular, with new Financial Services appearing in Pakistan's Market every year, it is essential for university graduates to understand the dynamic and random nature of Pakistan's financial and monetary markets. Therefore, more and more of Private and Public Sector Companies recognise that having a leading edge over others in the field in an increasingly complex milieu is possible only with the help of Advanced Methods, which are, to a large extent, based on a levelheaded ''Mathematical Grooming''. This change in attitude towards Mathematics as a fundamental ingredient in the evolution of contemporary societies leads to an increasing demand for human capital which has a broad knowledge of scientific and computational techniques and the ability to use these on problems faced in industry and business.

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Again, mathematical practices within industries and markets go by the familiar generic designation of ''Applied Mathematics''. As is well known, this is a field which serves as a bridge between ''Scientific Theories'' and the ''Real World Problems''. Among a host of its applications, a new specialisation comprises the acquisition of a working knowledge of models and procedures of ''Modern Mathematical Finance''. The highly attractive aspect of this area is that as an Applied Mathematical Discipline it plays a central role in current developments in its domain of application. Besides treating Standard Methods, this focuses on the Development of New Methods and their application to real-time data, to be able to cope with ''Future Trends'' in a volatile and stochastic environment. Manifestly, the aforementioned change asks us to teach emerging science and technologies rather than the courses offered by traditional departments within Universities. Thus the inception of the program of Financial Engineering (FE) as an undergraduate degree scheme in ''Modern Financial Mathematics Computational Finance''. As just indicated, this scheme of studies aims at providing a milieu within which the student can develop an appreciation and understanding of the (i) new theory and practice in mathematico-physical disciplines and (ii) principles behind the ''Dynamical Systems'' of Finance, Economy, Environment, Industry, and similar other processes / phenomena which are fast moulding the Banking Sector, Money Markets, Industrial Development, etc. indigenously and around the globe. Particularly, the study envisages the illustration of types of complex measurements and analysis which can be achieved with simulated environment by using standard industrial packages and related software. The prime objective would be to induce in students the logic to think critically and produce solutions. There is, clearly, a strong emphasis on the use of computers at every appropriate stage. At the same time, students will get here a real opportunity to learn the techniques of effective communication, leadership, and negotiation which requires a firm development environment to aid the research and innovation in the above disciplines / fields.


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Thus the alumni will have an excellent understanding of useful techniques and how they can be applied in a wide range of professional and academic disciplines involving Private and Public Sector activities in Pakistan and abroad. Parenthetically, thank God, the first batch of students is about to complete its 4-year degree studies by the end of the current semester and will pass out in June 2007.

On the Concept of Scope The emerging global village scenario tends to enhance competition. In turn, this magnifies the human capital vulnerability, from the viewpoint of societal sustainability. Presently, Chartered Accountants who, of course, easily happen to bypass the Commerce and Business Administration graduates (albeit the latter do possess a survival value in their own right) are often made to run the show. However, there are much vaster waters to chart beyond the routine maintenance of financial health and business. Specifically, there is a great dearth of judiciously skilled human capital in the vital field of Financial Analysis / Engineering. Financial Engineers / Analysts perform indispensable services as Consultants / Advisors. Furthermore, Corporations, Actuarial Concerns / Insurance Companies, Investment Firms, Banks, Professional Trade Associations, Public Companies and individuals and organisations of all kinds use the services of Financial Engineers. Plainly therefore, as the PFE degree is designed to extensively cater to all kinds of professional requirements arising in the Academia or the life, demand is high for the alumni of PFE Program in local as well as international Industry, General Market, and Governments.

Generic Structure With 6 courses per semester generally, the BS (FE) studies span a period of 8 semesters (4 years) as follows: 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year

equivalent to

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior

The BS may be offered with or without a thesis in case of a thesis, it shall be normally submitted by the student after the completion of the Final Semester. The normal requirement for registration in the BS Program is an Intermediate (Higher Secondary) Certificate in Arts, Commerce or Science group or A-Level Certificate or equivalent from a recognised Board or other institution. Also, the following provision may be noted: (a) GCE-A level passes should be at Grade E or above or Intermediate Result (b) GCSE / O level passes should be at Grade C or above or Matriculation Result. Faculty of Science


“My stay here has helped in cultivating in me the most innovative and critical way of thinking, especially in respect of modern Financial issues. My admission in DIHE fulfills my dream of getting

Faculty of Science

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04 YEAR BBA PROGRAM IN FINANCIAL ENGINEERING Introduction The BBA (FE) scheme of studies currently offered by DIHE is a 132-credit-hour degree program, spanning a period of 8 Semesters (4 years). In terms of broad features, its curricular framework comprises the following plan of studies.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

EC304 AC303 CS301 MS310 MS326 HU309

Microeconomics Financial Accounting Introduction to Computing Set Theory & Linear Algebra Univariate Calculus Islamic & Pakistan Studies

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester - II CODE

COURSE TITLE

EC305 AC304 MS332 MS308 MS309

Macroeconomics Cost Accounting Scientific Computing Statistical Modelling Multivariate Calculus & Differential Equations Creative Writing

HU411

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester - III COURSE TITLE

MG421 AC405 MS423 MS419 MS412 HU412

Production Technology & Management Management Accounting Financial Mathematics Operations Research Stochastic Modelling Convincing / Influencing People

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

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CODE


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Semester - IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

BC406 BF402 EC409 MS414 MS433 HU518

Industrial Relations & Labour Law Financial Management Econometrics Survival Models Fuzzy Systems Leadership / Managing Failure

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester - V CODE

COURSE TITLE

BC507

Regulatory Framework in Industry and Finance Corporate Finance Industrial Management & Technology Actuarial Science - I Modelling & Simulation Nonlinear Analysis

BF505 MG545 IM510 MS515 MS516

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

Semester - VI CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF523 BF535 EC521 IM511 MS517 MS618

Financial Economics Financial Derivatives Forecasting & Econometric Modelling Actuarial Science - II Nonlinear Analysis - II Statistical Process Control

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1)

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Semester - VII CODE

COURSE TITLE

BF668 BF640 BF604 IM609 BF639 XXXXX

Wholesale Banking Econometrics of Financial Markets Portfolio Management Risk Management Topics in Financial Engineering Study Option - I

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)


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Semester - VIII CODE

COURSE TITLE

MS637

Environmental Assessment and Monitoring Study Option - II

XXXXX

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(3,0)

(II) Some Study Options 1. 2. 3. 4.

Financial System & Institution in Pakistan Global Financial System & Institution Fixed Income Securities Analysis - I Fixed Income Securities Analysis - II

3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(2,1)

BBA IN FINANCIAL ENGINEERING

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Scheme of Studies in Electronics & Communication


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1. Electronics & Communication The modern society is increasingly reliant on Electronics and Communication. There is, thus, a great demand for professionals in areas such as: - Robotics - VLSI - Optical Fibre - Telecommunication - Satellite Communication - 3G-Communication - Remote Sensing - Global Positioning This requires a radical approach to education in Electronics and Communication, extending beyond the theoretical underpinnings to studies emphasising industryrelevant courses. Keeping this in view, DIHE currently offers an 8-Semester (4-Year) Bachelor’s degree program in Electronics and Communication (EC). This BS (EC) degree consists of general education, mathematics, business foundation, Electronics and Communication core and elective courses and a thesis / project. Each student is required to successfully complete a minimum of 132 credit hours for the award of degree. A student may also be required to take remedial / foundation non-credit course to improve mathematical background. Therefore, as indicated above, employment prospects for students who qualify for our BS (EC) degree are excellent and can look forward to varied and interesting careers within the country and outside Pakistan.

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“I chose to study in DIHE because of its reputation. The instructors are very helpful and will happily spend more time with you if you need extra tuition. The courses are really how I expected they would be and the study is very career-based. I particularly like the lab work we have once a week where you get to see for real what you have been learning. In DIHE, you have the opportunity to try so many different sports. I feel very lucky to be in DIHE as it is the best place ever to be for a student�


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04 YEAR BS PROGRAM IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION Information The scheme of studies in Electronics and Communication currently offered by DIHE is a 132-credit-hour BS degree program, spanning a period of 8 Semesters (4 years). In terms of broad features, its curricular framework comprises the following plan of studies.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

PH301 CS467 CS304 MS326 MS310 HU309

Principles of New Physics-I Data Communication Programming Concepts Univariate Calculus Set Theory & Linear Algebra Islamic & Pakistan Studies

CREDITS

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester - II CODE

COURSE TITLE

PH302 PH306 CS393 MS308 MS309

Principles of New Physics-II Electrical & Electronic Circuits Programming Concepts-II Statistical Modelling Multivariate Calculus and Differential Equations Creative Writing

HU411

CREDITS

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Semester - III COURSE TITLE

PH403 PH413 PH415 CS494 MS445 HU412

Electrical & Electronic Circuits-II Power Electronics Analogue Electronics IP & Network Services Harmonic & Fourier Analysis Convincing / Influencing People

CREDITS

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

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CODE


89

Semester - IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

PH420 PH424 PH430 CS417 CS668 HU518

Digital Electronics Sensors & Instrumentation Signal & Systems Analysis Interactive Multimedia Communication Computer Network & Security Leadership / Managing Failure

CREDITS

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Semester - V CODE

COURSE TITLE

PH501 PH509 PH512 PH525 CS515

Signal Processing Integrated Circuits Design Optical Fibre Communication Antennas & Propagation Microprocessor Architecture & Programming Scientific Computing

MS332

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Semester - VI CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS582 PH530 PH560

Microelectronics & Embedded Systems Microwave Circuits & Devices Wireless Communication-I: Terrestrial & Satellite Communication Optimisation & Simulation Industrial Economics & Management Study Option-I

MS550 EC523 XXXXX

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Semester - VII CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS604

Wireless Communication-II: 3G-Communication Quantum & Optoelectronics Robotics: Industrial Control Remote Sensing Study Option-II Final Project / Thesis

PH626 CS647 PH639 XXXXX PH699a

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Semester - VIII CODE

COURSE TITLE

PH645

Navigational Aids: Global Positioning System Final Project / Thesis

PH699b

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(II) A Listing of Options [A] Electronics 1. Analogue System Applications 2. Advanced Computing Systems 3. Computer Modelling of EM Fields 4. Applied Ultrasonics 5. Quantum and Physical Electronics 6. Photonics 7. Digital Image Processing 8. Advanced Digital Signal Processing 9. Fourier Optics & Optical Signal Processing 10. Optical Transmission and Networks 11. Antennas & Radars Applications 12. Radar Systems 13. Microwave / Optical Components & Network Measurement 14. Microwave & Optical Systems 15. Networks Synthesis 16. Computer-Aided Circuit Design 17. Digital Instrumentation and Systems 18. Optical Detectors and Receivers 19. Amplifiers & Oscillators 20. RF Circuits and Subsystems 21. Network & Components

[B] Communication & Signal Processing 1. Communication & Information Theory 2. Statistical Communication Theory 3. Introduction to Quantum Information 4. Optical Fibre Theory and Techniques 5. Optical Communication Systems 6. High Speed Data Communication Networks 7. Media Communications 8. Telecommunication Electronics 9. Integrated and Guided Wave Optics 10. Digital Communication Systems 11. Digital Filter Design 12. Analogue Filter Design 13. Transmission Structures

1. Neural Networks 2. Fuzzy Logic 3. Advanced Control Systems 4. Optimal Control 5. Multi-variable Control 6. Introduction to Adaptive Control 7. Introduction to Non-linear Control 8. Stochastic Control 9. Control Systems (Linear, Feed-back & Digital)

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[D] Computer Systems 1. Microelectronic Principles [VLSI Principles & Applications] 2. Microprocessor Architecture & Programming 3. Inter-network Programming (TCP / IP Programing) 4. Computer Graphics 5. Digital System Design 6. Decision Support Systems 7. Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems

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BS IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION


Scheme of Studies in Computer Science

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1. COMPUTER SCIENCE The field of Computer Science (CS) spans a wide range of studies, from its theoretical foundations to latest developments in robotics, computer vision, intelligent systems, bioinformatics, etc. A very important aspect of CS is that of developing effective ways to solve computing problems. The study of algorithms enables one to develop new problem-solving approaches which provide better solutions. Using the techniques of Automata, CS allows developing compilers with the best efficiency and speed. Some of other major tasks CS tries to handle are developing the best possible ways to store information in databases, sending data over networks, and displaying complex images. Also, the field of AI and robotics are attempts to create systems which can demonstrate intelligence, and create new knowledge and use it to do new things. We require to scale and gauge the true scope of CS. This is particularly true of developing countries like Pakistan, where many a direction is yet to be set from the viewpoint of Technology Transfer or, rather, Science Transfer! Keeping such considerations in view, the Department currently offers the following degree schemes: • •

A 4-year BS in Computer Science (CS) as a Morning Program A 2-year MCS (Conversion) scheme as an Evening Program.

The CS scheme includes courses such as:

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Foundations of Computer Science Fuzzy Logic Modeling Software Engineering Web Application Systems Active Media Technology Data Communications Networks RDBMS


“I chose to study in DIHE because I wanted the challenge of studying in one of the top institutions. Here I discovered that Computer Science contained more mathematics than I thought it would but overall the first year gave me a good insight into the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject. I particularly enjoy the problem solving programing tasks in the practical sessions�

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04 YEAR BS PROGRAM IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Introduction The CS scheme of studies currently offered by DIHE is a 132-credit-hour BS degree program, spanning a period of 8 Semesters (4 years). In terms of broad features, its curricular framework comprises the following plan of studies.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS301 PH301 HU320 MS308 MS326 HU309

Introduction to Computing Physics – I Introduction to Philosophy Probability & Statistics Calculus & Analytical Geometry Islamic & Pakistan Studies

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Semester - II CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS304 PH302 MG555 MS310 MS327 HU312

Programming Fundamentals Physics - II Principles of Management Linear Algebra Multivariate Calculus English Composition & Comprehension

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Semester - III CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS409 CS415 AC303 CS453 MS428 HU414

Object Oriented Paradigm Digital Logic & Computer Architecture Financial Accounting Discrete Structures Differential Equations Technical & Business Writing

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Semester - IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS416 CS417

Data Structures & Algorithms Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Database Systems Computer Communication & Networks Numerical Computing Psychology

CS411 CS465 MS411 HU405

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Semester - V CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS513 CS570 CS520 CS522 CS519 CS555

Analysis of Algorithms Operating System Distributed Database System Internet Architecture & Protocols Software Engineering Human Computer Interaction

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Semester - VI CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS530 CS571 CS524 CS560 CS566 MS521

Theory of Automata & Formal Languages System Programming Computer Graphics Web Engineering Object Oriented Software Engineering Research Methodology

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Semester - VII COURSE TITLE

CS622 CS629 MS619 CS605 MI624 XXXXX

Compiler Construction Artificial Intelligence Operations Research Project Management Professional Practice Study Option – I

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Semester - VIII CODE

COURSE TITLE

XXXXX XXXXX CS699

International Language Study Option – II Final Project

CREDITS

3(3,0) 3(2,1) 6(6 CH)

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02 YEAR MASTERS PROGRAM IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Introduction The CS scheme of studies in DIHE currently also offers a 66-credit-hour MCS degree program, spanning a period of 4 main Semesters, including 2 Short / Summer Semesters (2 years). In terms of broad features, its curricular framework comprises the following plan of studies.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS304 CS305 CS353 HU518

Programming Concepts Data Structures Discrete Structures Leadership / Managing Failure

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3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

Summer Semester CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS407 CS410 CS414

Object Oriented Programming Relational Database Management System Computer Architecture and Assembly Programming

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3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

Semester - II CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS408 CS569 CS570 MS308

Object Oriented Programming - II Modern Programming using Web Operating System Concepts Statistical Modelling

CREDITS

3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

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Semester - III CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS520 CS611 CS668 CS572

Visual Programming Object Oriented RDBMS Computer Network & Security Theory of Computation

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Summer Semester CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS622 MS511 XXXXX

Compiler Design Numerical Computing Study Option - I

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Semester - IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS524 CS629 CS519 XXXXX

Computer Graphics Artificial Intelligence Software Engineering Study Option - II

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02 YEAR MASTERS PROGRAM IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Introduction The IT scheme of studies in DIHE currently also offers a 72-credit-hour MIT degree program, spanning a period of 4 main semesters, including 2 short / summer semesters (2 years). In terms of broad features, its curricular framework comprises the following plan of studies. Presently, DIHE offers MIT as an evening program.

SCHEME OF STUDIES Semester-I CODE

COURSE TITLE

HU406

Business Communication and Technical Writing Introduction to Information Technology Financial Accounting Principles of Management

CS510 AC303 MG301

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3(3,0) 3(2,1) 3(3,0) 3(3,0)

Summer Semester CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS304 CS510 CS466

Computer Programming for IT Operating Systems Data Communication and Computer Networks Organisational Behaviour

MG402

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3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(3,0)

Faculty of Science

Semester-II CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS408 CS519 CS522 CS411

Advanced Computer Programming Software Engineering Internet Architecture & Protocols Database Management Systems

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Semester-III CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS469 CS566 CS468 CS418

Internet Programming Object Oriented Software Engineering Network Design & Management Database Administration

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3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1)

Summer Semester CODE

COURSE TITLE

CS680 CS605

Enterprise Application Development Information Technology Project Management Network Security Elective-I

CS576 XXXXX

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3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1)

Semester-IV CODE

COURSE TITLE

XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX

Elective-II Elective-III Project

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3(2,1) 3(2,1) 3(2,1)

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5. A LISTING OF OPTIONS Computer Science Software Quality Assurance Software Reliability & Safety Information System Auditing Software Cost Estimation Software Verification & Validation Software Metrics Pattern Recognition Modelling & Simulation Neurocomputing Parallel Computing Image Processing Signal Processing Cryptography Number Theory Network Security Information System Security Microprocessor Based System Design VLSI Industrial Control: Robotics Distributed Databases Data Mining Data Warehousing Mobile Communication & Programming Distributed Computing Information Technology Law Telecommunication Internetwork Programming Advanced System Programming Multimedia Programming Game Programming

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Information Technology Information Systems Control & Audit Advanced Database Administration Distributed Database Systems Geographical Information System Data Warehousing & Data Mining Global E-Commerce E-Commerce Application Development Multimedia System Development Human Resources Management Financial Management


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BS IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION

BS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

BS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

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1. INTRODUCTION Apart from running its various undergraduate degree programs, DIHE also strives to be one of the active research universities. Presently, the Faculty of Science offers the 2-year M.Phil. / MS program, 3-year M.Phil. / Ph.D. program and 3-year Ph.D. program in all disciplines of computing (such as Modeling and Simulation, Computer Science, Software Engineering and Information Technology). The experience of attempts at introducing research in universities of Pakistan shows that research candidates often waste their time in the name of course work especially, in the sense that after completing the course work, no faculty member is ready to accept the candidate under his / her Supervision for one reason or the other, and consequently the candidate happens to abandon the research study or, at the worst, get a degree without any kind of actual research. To circumvent this problem, a candidate shall not be admitted in a Research Program in the Science School unless a suitable Supervisor is available for him / her right at the time of admission in any of the above Research Programs.

2. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (i)

The holders of a 4-year undergraduate degree from a recognised university shall be eligible for admission in the M.Phil. / MS Program.

(ii) The holders of a 2-year graduate degree of M.Phil. / MS from a recognised university shall be eligible for admission in the Ph.D. program. (iii) On the recommendation of the Research Supervisor, the holders of 4-year undergraduate degree from a recognised university can be deemed eligible for admission in the M.Phil. / Ph.D. program. (iv) Moreover, the admission shall be granted only after the applicant has passed a GRE-type test from DIHE or any other institution of university level.

3. STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMS (I) M.Phil. / MS Degree

(II) Ph.D. Degree [A] The Ph.D. program will normally comprise a 54-credit hour program spread over a minimum period of 6 semesters (3 years). Generally, the first semester will comprise course work comprising 4 papers of 3 credit hours each (see the Section entitled ‘Course Work’ given below). The research work may be had simultaneously or taken up in the remaining semesters. Apart from the course work, the Ph.D. candidate shall have to satisfactorily complete a Research Work of 36 Credit Hours. [B] A candidate may offer an M.Phil. / Ph.D. Program spread over a minimum period of 8 semesters (4 years). If the research during the first two years of this program is

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The M.Phil. program will normally be spread over a minimum period of 4 semesters (2 years). Generally, the first two semesters will comprise course work. Students are required to complete 8 courses of 24 credit hours (see the Section entitled ‘Course Work’ given below). The research work may be had simultaneously or taken up after the first two semesters. Apart from the course work, the MS candidate shall have to satisfactorily complete a Research Project of 6 credit hours, while the M.Phil. candidate shall have to satisfactorily complete a Thesis of 9 credit hours.


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satisfactory, the candidate may be awarded an M.Phil. degree and allowed to continue as a Ph.D. candidate [in the sense of paragraph (i) immediately above], without going afresh for formalities of admission required for admission in the Ph.D. program.

[C] Credit Hour Distribution (i)

After having done the 2-year graduate degree of M.Phil. / MS, a candidate shall have to undertake a study with the following structure of credit hours: Course Work: Research Work: Total:

18 credit hours (6 Courses) 36 credit hours 54 credit hours

(ii) After having done the 4-year undergraduate degree of BS, a candidate shall have to undertake a study with the following structure of credit hours: Course Work for M.Phil. / MS: Course Work for Ph.D.: Research Work: Total:

24 credit hours (8 Courses) 12 credit hours (4 Courses) 36 credit hours 72 credit hours

It may be noted that Ph.D. course work credits may be implemented via selection of a particular mode of course execution (as recommended by the respective Supervisor) from the various available approaches, including guided, taught, seminar, and independent research studies.

(III) Comprehensive Exam At the completion of the course work, the candidate will be required to pass a comprehensive examination.

(IV) Thesis and Defence [A] Thesis Evaluation The research thesis shall be evaluated by the experts in the area of the respective research. (i) For M.Phil. thesis, there shall be at least one evaluator from local universities. (ii) For Ph.D. thesis, there shall be at least two evaluators from universities of international repute.

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[B] Thesis Defence The research student shall be required to defend his / her work after positive evaluation by experts. The degree shall be awarded on the successful defence of the particular thesis research work.

4. COURSE WORK (i) An M.Phil. student can choose anyone of Parts (a)-(c) listed under CORE courses for M.Phil. / Ph.D. program appended below, and one course each from the remaininG two Parts of the CORE courses for M.Phil. / Ph.D. program. In addition, the student has to choose two courses from the List of Elective Courses.


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(ii) A Ph.D. student can choose two courses from anyone of Part (a) to Part -(c) listed under CORE for M.Phil. / Ph.D. program courses given below and one course each from the remaining two parts of CORE. In addition, the student has to choose two courses from the List of Elective Courses.

[A] Core Courses (a) Software Development CS701: CS705: CS709: CS711:

Advanced Algorithm Analysis Advanced Operating Systems / CS720: Advanced Web Technologies Advanced Software Development Methods Advanced Software Project Management

(b) Pure Computer Science / Computing CS731: CS743: CS747: CS754:

Concrete Mathematics / CS766: Advanced Logic and Computability Neural Network Computing / CS721: Fuzzy Logic Advanced Numerical Computing Grid Computing

(c) Network & Communication Engineering CS715: PH706: PH714: PH725:

Advanced Computer Networks Digital Radio Communication Satellite Communication System High Speed Data Communication

[B] Some Elective Courses

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Decision Theory Risk Management Data Modeling Techniques Queuing Theory Optimisation Techniques Data Mining Graph Theory Cryptography & Information Security Advanced Cryptographic Techniques Advanced Discrete Structures Software Reliability Software Costing & Estimation Software Requirements Engineering Advanced Computer Architecture Digital Image Processing Nonlinear Control Systems Adaptive Filter & Echo Cancellation Techniques Advanced RF and Microwave Circuits and Sub-system Wireless Broad Band Communication Networks and Systems Fixed Broadband Communication Network Advanced Spread Spectrum Techniques Multiple Access Techniques (FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, OFDMA) Jitter, Noise and Signal Integrity in High Speed Data Communication Simulation and Modeling of Physical Layer of 3G Communication Network Independent Studies (Under Supervision)


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1. Aims and Objectives Pakistan has produced many eminent engineers. But this achievement has not yielded a continuous surge in the average level of productivity in business organisations. This has been due to the absence of certain supporting levels in the process of production / output generation / value addition. Pakistan is in dire need of engineers who have hands-on work experience to enhance the level of productivity. Economists have estimated that in Pakistan, the total factor productivity is less than one in productive sectors. In developed countries the total factor productivity is more than one, and is ever increasing. This phenomenon can be actualised in developing countries such as Pakistan by rapidly increasing engineering manpower at lower middle & middle levels of profession. Recognising this need of the productive sectors of the economy, DIHE has formulated professional level degree programs for the sub-engineers so as to enable them to perform as working professional engineers. After acquiring the B.Tech. (Hons.) degrees, the sub-engineers would not only be able to obtain elevated professional status, but they would also contribute in enhancing the productivity of their subordinates and superior colleagues as well. The applications of engineering designs in the relevant fields are practically carried out by technologists. The objective of DIHE is to provide technical personnel to meet the growing demands of the country. DIHE has kept up the pace with changes and advances in technical education, maintaining its prominent position. The important fact, worth-mentioning, is that the technologists who have so far completed their courses here are consumed in the related industries and organizations, and are effectively accomplishing their assignments. According to one estimate, the number of Engineering Technologists should be three or four times the engineers working as white-collar professionals in the country. In this backdrop, the demand for B.Tech. (Pass) and B.Tech. (Hons.) runs into several hundred thousands for the forthcoming decade.

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Hierarchy of B.Tech. (Pass / Hons.) Programs Foundation

Mathematics

Engineering Design

Physics

Management

Specialization

Mechanical

Electrical

Electronics

Civil

2. B.Tech. (Pass) Program

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1. Introduction B.Tech. (Pass) degree candidates will be provisionally admitted in the first semester B.Tech. (Pass) course and will undergo supervised guided training in the industry for a period of one year (i.e. 1st, 2nd and 3rd semester), subject to the requirements. Each student will make an experience record book which should be daily signed by the supervisory level of industry and should submit the same to DIHE, on the 10th of every month. Students must successfully complete course work for six semesters (two years) for the award of a B.Tech. (Pass) degree. In addition to the requirements for the earned credits, a cumulative GPA of minimum 2.0 for all bachelor degree programs on a scale of 0.04.0 must be attained.


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2. Majors Offered for B.Tech. (Pass) The following majors are available for the B.Tech. (Pass) program: Mechanical Technology Electrical Technology Electronics Technology Civil Technology The appropriate subjects for a major area of concentration are offered to B.Tech. (Pass/Hons.) class only when at least 15 students are available in the class to take that specific major. At the time of admission, selected candidates will be required to deposit an admission fee and tuition fee for the first semester. In view of the present general financial condition, about 50% concession in tuition fee is awarded to all students at North Nazimabad Campus.

3. Exemption / Advanced Placement for B.Tech. (Pass) Students having a minimum of two years industrial experience in a relevant field are exempted from first, second and third semesters. Industrial experience certificate should be certified on an official letterhead from the company. Such candidates with advanced placement will be admitted directly to the second year of B.Tech. (Pass) program.

4. For B.Tech. (Pass) Eligibility: Session: Duration: Total no of Semesters: Total no of Courses: Total no of Credit Hours:

DAE or Equivalent Morning / Evening 2 years 06 25 75

5. Curricular Framework for Various Trades in B.Tech. (Pass) Program The curriculum is in the process of improvement and development. As for the present, the scheme is as follows.

Semester - I HU314: English Grammar MS311: Elementary Algebra PH350: Basic Electricity CS306: Introduction to Information Technology

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Summer Semester MG301: Basic Management MG349: Industrial Training / Placement - I MG351: Industrial Relations MS312: Mathematics - I

Semester - II TE301: Workshop Technology PH351: Applied Physics MS313: Mathematics - II MG350: Industrial Training / Placement - II

Semester - III MS406: Applied Mathematics - I PH452: Applied Thermodynamics PH453: Applied Mechanics ET401: Electrical Technology

Summer Semester HU419: Functional English CS406: Computer Applications MT401: Manufacturing Process ET402: Power Plants TE401: Instrumentation & Control

Semester - IV MG452: Production Operation Management ET403: Refrigerator & Air Conditioning MT402: Engineering Materials & Metallurgy HU306: Business Communication HU309: Pakistan & Islamic Studies

(II) B.Tech. (Pass) in Electrical Technology Semester - I

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HU314: English Grammar MS311: Elementary Algebra PH350: Basic Electricity CS306: Introduction to Information Technology

Summer Semester MG301: Basic Management MG349: Industrial Training / Placement - I MG351: Industrial Relations MS312: Mathematics - I

Semester - II TE301: Workshop Technology PH351: Applied Physics MS313: Mathematics - II MG350: Industrial Training / Placement - I


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Semester - III MS406: Applied Mathematics - I PH454: Linear Circuit Analysis PH455: Basic Electronics PH456: Digital Electronics

Summer Semester CS406: Computer Applications TE402: Industrial Application ET404: Power System Analysis ET405: Industrial Machines HU419: Functional English

Semester - IV MG452: Production Operation Management TE401: Instrumentation & Control HU309: Pakistan & Islamic Studies ET402: Power Plants ET406: High Tension Control

(III) B.Tech. (Pass) in Electronics Technology Semester - I HU314: English Grammar MS311: Elementary Algebra PH350: Basic Electricity MG301: Basic Management

Summer Semester CS306: Introduction to Information Technology MG351: Industrial Relations MS312: Mathematics - I TE301: Workshop Technology

Semester - II PH351: Applied Physics HU419: Functional English MG349: Industrial Training / Placement - I MS313: Mathematics - II

MS406: Applied Mathematics - I PH454: Linear Circuit Analysis PH455: Basic Electronics PH456: Digital Electronics

Summer Semester ET407: Industrial Electronics CS406: Computer Applications CS411: Microprocessor Technology PH457: Advanced Communication System PH458: Fundamentals of Communication System

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Semester - IV HU306: Business Communication TE401: Instrumentation & Control PH459: Advanced Electronics MS407: Applied Mathematics - II HU309: Pakistan & Islamic Studies

(IV) B.Tech. (Pass) in Civil Technology Semester - I HU314: English Grammar MS311: Elementary Algebra PH350: Basic Electricity CS306: Introduction to Information Technology

Summer Semester MG301: Basic Management MG351: Industrial Relations MS312: Mathematics - I MG349: Industrial Training / Placement - I

Semester - II TE301: Workshop Technology PH351: Applied Physics MG350: Industrial Training / Placement - II MS313: Mathematics - II

Semester - III MS406: Applied Mathematics - I & II PH460: Geology CT401: Surveying & Leveling ET401: Electrical Technology

Summer Semester

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CS406: Computer Applications CT402: Public Health Engineering CT403: Soil Mechanics MT403: Mechanics of Materials HU419: Functional English

Semester - IV CT404: Highway Engineering CT405: Concrete Technology CT406: Construction Management HU306: Business Communication HU309: Pakistan & Islamic Studies


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[B] B.Tech. (Hons.) Programs Introduction Students must successfully complete course work for six semesters (two years) for the award of a B.Tech. (Hons.) degree. In addition to the requirement for the earned credits, a cumulative GPA of minimum 2.0 for all bachelor degree programs on a scale of 0.04.0 must be attained. B.Tech. (Hons.) degree candidates will be provisionally admitted to the first semester B.Tech. (Hons.) course and will complete the prescribed courses of the first year. They will subsequently undergo supervised guided training in industry for a period of one year subject to the requirements. Each student will make an experience record book which should be daily signed by the supervisory level of the industry and should submit the same to DIHE, on 10th of every month.

Majors for B.Tech. (Hons.) The following majors are available for the B.Tech. (Hons.) program: • • • •

Mechanical Technology Electrical Technology Electronics Technology Civil Technology

The appropriate subjects for a major area of concentration are offered to B.Tech.. (Pass/Hons.) class only when at least 15 students are available in the class to take that specific major. At the time of admission, selected candidates will be required to deposit an admission fee and tuition fee for the 1st month. In view of the present general financial condition, about 50% concession in tuition fee is awarded to all students at North Nazimabad Campus.

For B.Tech. (Hons.): : B.Tech. (Pass) : Morning / Evening : 2 years : 12 (Including a Project) : 33 : 25 Credit Hours : 58

Curricular Framework for Various Trades in B.Tech. (Hons.) Program The curriculum is in the process of improvement and development. As for the present, the scheme is as follows.

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(I) B.Tech. (Hons.) in Mechanical Technology Semester - I MS510: Applied Mathematics PH452: Applied Thermodynamics CT507: Strength of Materials

Summer Semester PH561: Heat and Mass Transfer - I ET508: Power Plant Engineering MT504: Machine Design TE501: Engineering Design

Semester - II PH562: Heat and Mass Transfer - II MT505: Production Machinery MG553: Industrial Management & Safety MT506: Lubrication

Second year Semesters are based on Comprehensive Industrial Project Development

(II) B.Tech. (Hons.) in Electrical Technology Semester - I MS510: Applied Mathematics - II & III PH563: Advanced Circuit Theory PH404: Digital Logic Design

Summer Semester

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ET509: Electronics Instrumentation & Measurement ET510: Electrical Power Generation ET511: Switch Gear & Protection PH564: Advanced Electronics - II

Semester - II ET407: Industrial Electronics MG553: Industrial Management & Safety ET512: Electrical Machine & Drive ET513: Electrical Power Transmission & Distribution

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(III) B.Tech. (Hons.) in Electronics Technology Semester - I MS510: Applied Mathematics - II & III PH563: Advanced Circuit Theory PH404: Digital Logic Design

Summer Semester ET509: Electronics Instrumentation & Measurement PH565: Telecom Switching and Routing TE502: Advanced Instrumentation & Control PH564: Advanced Electronics - II

Semester - II MG553: Industrial Management & Safety PH566: Power Electronics TE599: Project PH567: Wireless and Mobile Communication

Second year Semesters are based on Comprehensive Industrial Project Development

(IV) B.Tech. (Hons.) in Civil Technology Semester - I MS407: Applied Mathematics - II CT508: Theory of Structure CT507: Strength of Materials

Summer Semester CT405: Concrete Technology CT509: Transpiration Engineering HU520: Technical Report Writing MS512: Fluid Mechanics

TE505: Project Management CT404: Highway Engineering CT510: Land Surveying CT511: RCC Structure

Second year Semesters are based on Comprehensive Industrial Project Development

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Semester - II


Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education

Faculty of Law We judge of man’s wisdom by his hope. Ralph Waldo Emerson


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MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN: In these days of light and knowledge, the acquisition of proper training and education in different fields of human endeavor can hardly be over emphasized. Many strides have been taken in science and technology, social science disciplines, arts and humanities. It is an ever-growing phenomenon and needs constant efforts and endeavor to keep abreast with the changing conditions of contemporary societies. Different social sciences are interrelated; yet, law and jurisprudence play an important part in unraveling the hidden treasures of knowledge and wisdom by its threadbare reasoning and analytical approach. The level of competitiveness and professionalism has increased manifolds. Amongst the various professions, law is the most dynamic, ranging from problems of everyday life to the most complex ones. Banking, Corporate, Taxation, Tortuous liabilities, Labor Law and Industrial relations, Contract, Mercantile Law, Equity and Muslim Personal Law all require in-depth study of problems of day to day life. There is doubtless need to study modern principles of jurisprudence and also the new fangled doctrine of necessity, in the Administration of Law. State makes it incumbent on the student to equip themselves with up-to-date knowledge of law in wider horizon and perspective.

It would be as well to point out that Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE) in consideration of the need of the time and with the sprit of service and dedication

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Furthermore, the proposition of New World Order and the inherent implication of “Globalisation�, WTO (World Trade Organization), other ramification involved in it require deeper studies of comparative legal system of the present endeavour. This might well change the entire socio economic structure of the contemporary society with far reaching consequences in not too distant a future. In particular, this might entail drastic changes in Common Law and Jurisprudence. Some part of Law may have to be re-written, modified and changed. As such the students have to be geared to develop the critical faculty and hard work to inculcate the habit of understanding the norms and ramifications of Law in its application to the cases conducted in court. For the attainment of this objective and to prepare disciplined and devoted class of students, there is the obvious need to lay more emphasis on teaching of law and its importance in combating the crime and social evils rampant in society.


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established the department of law beginning 2003 to prepare students for a three year LLB degree program. It is gratifying to say now that since then two batches of students have already graduated and third batch is currently in session. To accelerate further pace of progress in the field of law, to some short certificate courses in Company Law, Secretarial Practices and labour law have been added under the new program of studies. Further, it would be appropriate to highlight the addition of two years specialized Post Graduate course of study (LL.M.) in the current session. This would enable the students to learn and work hard in congenial atmosphere and environment. A well-equipped library containing material related to Law has been provided to acquire proper knowledge and creative ability to be trained as a lawyer. A team of well-trained lawyers and specialist in Law and related fields of Knowledge are invited from time to time to develop student’s vision and personality. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah addressing the students said, “You are now required to develop a sound sense of discipline, character initiative and a solid academic background; devote yourself, wholeheartedly to your studies. Your first obligation is to yourselves, your parents and to the state”.

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Profile of Faculty Members: Regular Faculty 1. Prof. Dr Muhammmad Saif K. Yousufzai (Professor and Dean) Advocate High Court of Sindh M.A. (Ecnomics) LLB LL.M (Sheffield) Ph.D (Constitutional Law) London Former Lecturer in Law, University Law college, Lahore Ex-Professor Federal Government Urdu Law College, Karachi Senior Member Faculty of Law and Head of the Department of Public & Private Law Bayero University Kano, Nigeria Ex Professor S. M. Law College Karachi Member (specialist in Law) Board of studies in Law Ex-Examiner, Faculty of Law Ahmadu Bello University

2. Justice (R) Prof. Qazi Abdul Waheed Siddique Professor and former Judge Federal Shariat Court Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

3. Sadruddin Soomro Professor

4. Abeda Ashfaq Assistant Professor

Adjunct Faculty 4. Justice (R) M. Shafi Muhammadi Former Judge High Court of Sindh and Federal Shariat Court Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

5. Prof. Syed Shah Zeyaur Rehman M.A. LL.B. (Alig) LL.M.(London) Barrister-at-Law Former Dean Faculty of Law, Rajshahi University Principal Lecturer (Highest Rank), Law Department Centre, Uganda Associate Professor Makerere University, Uganda Prof. of Law Universal College, Nairobi, Kenya Prof. of Law, OSHWAL College, Nairobi, Kenya

6. Prof. E.A. Nomani Faculty of Law

M.A., LL.B. Barrister-at-Law Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Former Senior Partner of a Leading Law firmSurridge & Beeceno, a leading law firm of Karachi


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7. Prof. M. Akram Zuberi Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan & Vice President Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan

8. Prof. Syed Shahenshah M.Com., LL.B., (Allahabad) Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Member Board of Studies in Law (Faculty of Law), University of Karachi.

9. Prof. Muhammad Naseem M.A., LL.B. Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

10. Prof. Nasir Maqsood Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

11. Prof. Mehmood Abdul Ghani Industrial Relations Advisor & Advocate High Court of Sindh

12. Prof. Mohammad Ilyas Khan M.A., LL.B. Diploma in Criminology (Minnesota Law College) Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Special Prosecutor Karachi

13. Prof. Capt. Khlil-ur-Rehman B.A. LL.B. LL.M. Advisor Masters Mariner MRIN.FCIT, MNI MIIMS, MIFSMA.

14. Prof. Khalid Ahmed Tanwri MSc., LL.B., LL.M. Advocate High Court of Sindh

15. Prof. Syed Sajid Ali M.A. LL.B., LL.M. Advocate High Court of Sindh

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16. Prof. Ms. Badar Sultana B.Sc. M.A., LL.B., LL.M. Advocate High Court of Sindh


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17. Prof. Ms. Tanya Sheikh M.A. International and Comparitive Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, London M.A. Cultural Anthropology/ Non-Western Sociology, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

18. Prof. Ms. Aasiya Bano Qazi B.S.c. (Hons.) LL.B., LL.M.(London) Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology

19. Prof . Agha Shah Waliullah B.Com., LL.B.(Hons.) London, Solicitor and Advocate High Court of Sindh

Honorary Professors 20. Dr. Werner F. Menski Senior Lecturer in South Asian Laws Department of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies University of London, London

21. Justice (R) Z. A. Chana B.A., LL.B. Ex- Judge High Court of Sindh Ex. Federal Law Secretary Ex-Chairman, Labour Appellate Tribunal Sindh Ex-Director General Sindh Judicial Academy, Karachi

22. Justice (R ) G. H. Malik B.A. LL.B. (London) Bar-at-law Former Professor of Law Government S.M. Law College, Karachi

23. Justice (R ) M. L. Shahani Former Advocate General Sindh Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

24. Prof. Muhammad Ali Sayeed

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M.A., B.L.L, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Ex-Judge, High Court of Sindh Ex-President, Sindh High Court Bar Association Ex-Member, Pakistan Bar Council and Sindh Bar Council Member, Board of Studies in Law (Faculty of Law) University of Karachi


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25. Prof. Dr. Manzooruddin Ahmed M.A. Ph.D. ( Columbia) Former Vice Chancellor, University of Karachi and a Prominent Educationist Quaid-e-Azam Distinguished Professor of Political Science Director, Pakistan Center, South Asian Institute Columbia University, USA Visiting Professor University of Alberta, Edminton, Alberta, Canada, Fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation, The Fullbright Travel Fellow Adjunct Professor Dr. Ishtaique Hussain Qureshi Chair, University of Karachi.

26. Prof. Asmatullah Khan B.Sc. M.A.(Pol. Sc.) LL.B., D.L.L LL.M. (International Aviation Law / Air and & Space Law) McGill University Montreal, Canada

27. Prof. M.A. Abbasi B.Com., LL.B. Ex-Vice President Karachi Bar Association Ex-President Incom Tax Bar Association Ex. Prof. of Law

28. Prof. Syed Hakim Ali Bokhari B.Com., M.A. (Eco.) M.A. (Int. Rel) LL.M. Director General National Institute of Labour Administration Training (NILAT) Karachi

29. Dr. Muhammad Farogh Nasim LL.B(Hons.) (Wales) LL.M. (London) Ph.D. (London) Barrister-at-Law Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, Member Board of Studies in Law (Faculty of Law) University of Karachi

30. Prof. Sher Ali Rizvi B.A., LL.B., DSCD (New York) Advocate & Forensic Ballistics Expert Member International Bar Association (London) Member Association of Trial Lawyers of America

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31. Dr. Noor Ahmed Shehtaz Assitant Professor, Sheikh Zaid Islamic Center University of Karachi


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32. Prof. Syed Shamim Hasan B.A., LL.B. LL.M. (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkaknsas) Member Bar of the City of New York Former Assitant Adjutant & Quartermaster General Pak Army

33. Prof. Mr. Ashraf Ali M.A. LL.B. M.I.T.M.A. (London) Advocate High Court & Patent and Trade Mark Attorney .

34. Prof. Malik A.R. Arshad Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Former President, Lahore Bar Association, Ex-Judicial Member Customs, Excise & Sales Tax Appellant Tribunal Karachi Ex-Lecturer, Punjab Law College & Himayat-e-Islam Law College Lahore

35. Prof. Abdul Aziz Khan Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

36. Porf. Akhlaq Ahmed Siddiqui M.A. (Pol. Sc.) LL.B., LL.M. Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan & Advocate on Record.

37. Prof. Sohail Jabbar B.Sc. M.A. (Int. Rel.), LL.B. Advocate High Court & Member Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

38. Prof. Khalid Mehmood M.A., LL.M. Advocate of High Court of Sindh.

39. Prof. Ms. Naseem Hussain Nigar Advocate - Director Legal State Bank of Pakistan

40. Prof. K.M. Nadeem Faculty of Law

M.A. LL.B., LL.M. Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Former Additional Advocate General Sindh


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PROGRAM OF LLB: Part 窶的 Paper-1

Modern Jurisprudence

Paper-II

Islamic Jurisprudence

Paper-III

Constitutional Law-1 (A) Constitution of U.K. (B) Sale of Goods Act, 1890

Paper-IV

Law of Torts

Paper-V

Criminal Law (A) Pakistan Penal Code, 1850 (B) Hudood Ordinance, 1979

Paper-VI Equity

(A) Principle of Equity (B) The Specific Relief Act, 1877

100 100 100 50 50 100 100

100 40 60

Part-II Paper-I

Constitutional Law-2 The Constitutional of Pakistan, 1973

100

Paper-II

100

Administrative Law Administrative Law Law of Civil Service

Paper-III

Company Law (A) Companies Ordinance, 1984 (B) The Partnership Act, 1932

Paper-IV

Law of Transfer of Property (A) Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (B) Registration Act, 1908

Paper-V

Muslim Personal Law

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Paper-VI

Public International Law

Paper VII

Constitutional History of Pakistan

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Part 窶的II Paper-I

The Law of Civil Procedure Code (A) The Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (B) The limitation Action, 1908

Paper-II

Criminal Procedure Code & Medical Jurisprudence (A) The Criminal Procedure Code, 1898 (B) Medical Jurisprudence

Paper-III

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics (A) Qanoon-e-Shahadat, 1984 (B) Legal Ethics

Paper-IV

Conveyance & Pleading & Interpretation of Statues (A) Conveyance (B) Law of Pleading

Paper-V

Interpretation of Stautes (A) Interpretation of Statutes (B) General clause Act, 1870

Paper-VI & paper-VIII

(A) Intellectual Property Law (B) Environment Laws (C) Banking Laws (D) Labor Laws (E) Taxation Laws (F) Land Laws (G) Minor Acts (H) Human Rights

100 80 20 100 80 20 100 80 30 100 80 20 100 80 20 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

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PROGRAM OF LLM LLM (Previous) Paper -I

Comparative Study of World Constitutions

Paper -II

Shariah Law

Paper – III

Human Rights

Paper –IV

Comparative Study of Islamic and Western Jurisprudence

100 100 100 100

LLM (Final) A students is required to take any two subjects and to write a thesis on any approved topic of law, under the supervision of the approved Resesarch Director:

Paper – I

International Law

Paper – II

Social Legislation

Paper-III

Criminology

Paper-IV

Law of Evidence

Paper-V

Company Law and Modarbah

Paper-VI

Shipping Law

Paper-VII Taxation

Paper-VIII

Labour Laws

COMPULSORY

Thesis and Viva Voce

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200

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Short Certificate Courses Short Certificate Courses in specialized fields of Law are also offered. The following listing shows the courses offered currently: 1. Corporate Law 2. Secretarial Practice 3. Labour Laws / Industrial Relations


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Administrative Staff 1. Adnan Qazi Ali - Registrar Mr. Adnan Qazi Ali who presently serves as the Registrar in DIHE is a British national who came into Pakistan in 1999. After attainment of his School and College education in London, Adnan did his Masters from University of Glamorgan in UK. After retiring from the Royal Air Force in UK he immigrated to Pakistan and joined the British Council where he was commissioned to take national charge of “Education UK” as the Country Director. Adnan’s considerable experience in education continues through Directorship of the southern region with Beaconhouse Informatics and then design and implementation of US AID funded program for 20,000 primary school teachers in Sindh.

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2. Prof. Hasnain Kazmi – Director Islamic Research Center Prof. Hasnain Kazmi joined DIHE as Vice Chancellor / Rector. Presently he is doing research work in the Islamic Research Center of DIHE. He is a well know scholar. He did his Masters in Islamic History and in Urdu from the University of Karachi in 1954 and 1957 respectively. He is a longstanding educationist and prior to joining DIHE, he remained associated with college education for about 39 years. He remained member of Karachi University Syndicate as representative of College Principle and various academic bodies of Karachi University and Karachi Board of Intermediate Education. He has been regularly conducting different programs on PTV and other TV channels. He is also famous in print media for his articles which are published from time to time on current affairs. He has authored of 3 books namely; 1)‘Rah aur Roshni’, a book on Quranic Teaching, 2) ‘Manzil Pakistan’, a book on Pakistan Movement and 3) Tahrik-e-Pakistan Ki Taassurati Tarikh’, a book on Pakistan movement.

3. Lt. Col. (R) Muhammad Ayaz Ansari – Director Public Affairs He holds Bachelors Degree and has done various professional courses including oneyear certificate course in Management & Computer Science from Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad and GHQ Psychological Operations Course in which he scored first position and was awarded commendation certificate. During his association with Pakistan Army, he held various staff and independent Command appointments including Administrator of an Army / Combined Military Hospital (CMH) for three years. He also served in Inter- Services Intelligence, Islamabad for more than eight years. He also worked as a member Judge in special Military Court Lahore Fort for more than two years. Prior to his employment at DIHE, he worked as a GM in several renowned organizations and also as a Principal Secretary to World Chairman, International Human Rights Commission (IHRC). He joined DIHE as Registrar / General Manager (Project and Administration) in 2000. Presently he is working as a Director (Public Affairs) at DIHE.

4a. Shahbaz Ali Baig - Director EDC He is currently working as Director Executive Development Centre in DIHE. He did his MBA from University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh after doing BBA from the same University.


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Mr. Baig holds a vast experience in IT and Marketing as he served General Electric (Health Care), Milwaukee, USA as Quality Assurance Manager, PMO and Six Sigma Specialist, IT Program Manager and IT Business Intelligence Manager. Before joining DIHE he was serving Habib Bank Limited as HR-Training and Development Strategist and Head of Quality Assurance.

4b. Lt. Col (R). Wasim Raza Khan - Associate Director North Nazimabad Campus MSc. in Chemistry and Masters in Educational Administration by education, he holds extensive professional experience in Pakistan Army by also heading its different academies. After retirement he joined DIHE as Registrar and presently serving as Associate Director North Nazimabd Campus of the Institute.

5. Syed Mateen Haider - Deputy Registrar He is currently working as Deputy Registrar in DIHE. He did his M.A. in English from University of Karachi after doing B.A. in English from the same University. Mr. Haider holds a vast experience in the field of education as he has served as the Hamdard University as Deputy Registrar, Assistant Controller of Examination at Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi, Lecturer of English at Defence Degree College.

6. Owais M. Khan Afridi – Program Manager

7. Ejaz Nabi Buksh – Accounts Officer He did his B. Com from Karachi University. He has completed his Article-ship (C.A) from Moosa & Co. Chartered Accountants. Prior to his employment in DIHE, he worked as a Chief Accountant at Concept One (Pvt.) Ltd., and as Senior Auditor in Moosa & Company Chartered Accountants.

8. Syed Najmul Zafar – Network Administrator He holds Bachelors Degree in Science from Karachi University and is also enrolled in MBA-MIS program in DIHE. He has also done various professional and technical certifications like MCSE, A+ Certification, Cisco Modules Courses etc. Prior to his employment, he worked as a Network Engineer in City Soft Computers.

9. Aneela Mansoor – Admission Officer She is a Bachelor of Science (Biology). She has an uninterrupted experience in the educational field and has remained associated with the administration

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He has done his Masters in Business Administration. He worked as an Overseas Consultant for Forex Management and Consultants. His present assignment at HIDE is to handle and manage the Department of Evening Program Coordination.


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