Undergraduate Programs

BS Garment Engineering Technology

The mission of the Department of Clothing is to provide students with a broad background in the textiles and clothing allowing for flexibility in making career choices. The department is committed to equip the students with knowledge of Apparel (global) business, design, raw materials, manufacturing, quality and related subjects of sciences and textiles as well as enable the students to propose solutions of Apparel related issues with the help of different types of tools and techniques i.e., communication, ICT and quality etc. The overall goal of our department is to expose students to the scientific processes involved in Apparel industry and to promote a student’s ability to think critically. Ultimately, the aim is to transform the student into a more analytical thinker and to improve his/her confidence, both academically and professionally.

Program Mission:

To equip students with the knowledge and skills in design, production, technology, management, and sustainability to meet the needs of the ever-changing garment industry.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO):

After 4 years of graduation, graduates of Garment Engineering Technology will be able to:

Sr#

PEO Description

1

Comprehend clothing (global) business, design, raw materials, manufacturing, quality and related subjects of sciences and textiles.

2

Propose solutions of clothing related issues with the help of different types of tools and techniques i.e., communication, ICT and quality etc.

3

Adopt the fast-changing global environment for becoming a useful resource.

Program Learning Objectives:

PLO#

PLO Title

PLO Description

PLO-1

Engineering Technology Knowledge

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, Engineering Technology fundamentals and Engineering Technology specialization to defined and applied Engineering Technology procedures, processes, systems or methodologies.

PLO-2

Problem Analysis

Ability to Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze broadly-defined Engineering Technology problems reaching substantiated conclusions using analytical tools appropriate to the discipline or area of specialization.

PLO-3

Design/ Development of Solutions

Ability to design solutions for broadly- defined Engineering Technology problems and contribute to the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PLO-4

Investigation

Ability to conduct investigations of broadly-defined problems; locate, search and select relevant data from codes, data bases & literature, design & conduct experiments to provide valid conclusions

PLO-5

Modern Tool Usage

Ability to Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern technology and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to broadly-defined Engineering Technology problems, with an understanding of the limitations.

PLO-6

Engineering Technologists and Society

An ability to demonstrate understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to Engineering Technology practice and solutions to broadly defined Engineering Technology Problems.

PLO-7

Environment and Sustainability

Ability to understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of Engineering Technology work in the solution of broadly defined Engineering Technology problems in societal and environmental contexts

PLO-8

Ethics

Ability to understand and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of Engineering Technology practice.

PLO-9

Individual and Teamwork

Ability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams.

PLO-10

Communication

Ability to communicate effectively on broadly defined Engineering Technology activities with the Engineering Technologist community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend & write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.

PLO-11

Project Management

Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Engineering Technology management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member or leader in a team and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

PLO-12

Lifelong Learning

Ability to recognize the need for and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in specialist Engineering Technologies.

Brief Introduction:

Last few years have been a difficult time for all the world due to the most dangerous pandemic in the history of Mankind. Covid19 has significantly impacted the human life around the globe. Due to the lock down in almost all the world, the businesses have been badly affected throughout the world. In this hard time, Pakistan’s Apparel industry has performed exceptionally very well. Most of the industries immediately shifted their production facilities to make safety related products such as face masks and protective suits etc. The Apparel industry which already has a lion’s share in the total exports has shown further increase in export from last many months. Further, the steps taken by the Govt. has also helped this industry to take up this pace. It is expected that the increase in exports will continue further in future. The growth has already given the Apparel industry some space for new investments in capacity enhancement or developing new units. To keep up the current pace, it is necessary to have the human resource with right skill set for this industry. Department of Clothing is committed to take up the challenge to fulfill the needs of the industry.

Career Prospectus

The graduates of BS Garment Engineering Technology would be able to create their own businesses or find opportunities in diverse areas such as clothing design industry, clothing manufacturing industry, clothing traders, research and development industry and product development etc.

Department of Clothing provides outstanding laboratory facilities that can be compared with any renowned national or international university. Sewing labs are equipped with almost all different types of industrial sewing and pressing machines used in apparel production and research. Computer Aided Designing (CAD) lab is the state of the art. It contains 3D Body Scanner, 2D CAD (Tuka & Gerber), 3D CAD (Gerber), Digitizer & Plotter. Our lab is the only lab in Pakistan which has a 3D Body Scanner for taking body measurements. In addition to that Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) has recently been established and a unit production system (UPS) has been added. Further, the department has Smart Clothing lab to carry out research in field of smart and intelligent textiles.

Eligibility Criteria

FSc Pre Engineering / ICS / Three A-Levels (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) with 8 O Levels / DAE ( Automation Technology, Textile Dyeing and Printing Technology, Textile Spinning Technology, Textile Weaving Technology, Print and Graphic Arts Technology, Mechanical Technology, Mechatronics Technology, Mechanical and Industrial Technology, Leather Technology, Garment Technology. Instrumentation Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology, Environmental Technology, Chemical Technology ) with at least 50% Marks

*Applicants who have studied in non- Pakistani systems (O-Level, A-Level etc.) must provide an equivalence certificate from Inter Board Committee of Chairmen IBCC, other wise their merit will not be finalized.

*Candidates may apply for provisional admission if they have completed one of the above mentioned qualifications but waiting for their results. 

Merit Criteria =  70% FSc Part-I +  30% Entry Test

*Merit will be based on marks obtained in above-mentioned qualification.

Note: Applications are entertained on Intermediate Part-I basis and merit would be finalized accordingly. However, the admitted students must meet the basic eligibility criteria of the relevant degree program on the announcement of Intermediate Part-II result failing which admission will be automatically cancelled.

Scheme of Studies for Sessions Fall 2023 & Onwards

 

1st Semester

Code

Course Details

Theory

Practical

Total

GEH-111

Islamic Studies / Ethics

3

0

3

GEE-111

Functional English

3

0

3

GEQ-111

Applied Mathematics

3

0

3

GEN-111

Applied Physics

2

1

3

GEC-111

Introduction to Computing

1

1

2

GET-111

Introduction to Textile & Garment Technology

2

0

2

GET-112

Technical Drawing and CADs

0

1

1

Total Cr. Hrs.

14

3

17

2nd Semester

GEH-121

Pakistan Studies 

3

0

3

GEI-121

Workshop Practices

0

2

2

GEE-121

Communication & Presentation Skills

3

0

3

GEQ-121

Applied Statistics

3

0

3

GET-121

Textile Raw Materials

2

1

3

GEN-121

Applied Chemistry

2

1

3

Total Cr. Hrs.

13

4

17

3rd  Semester

GEI-231

Electrical & Electronic Technology

2

1

3

GET-231

Fundamentals of Yarn Manufacturing

2

1

3

GET-232

Fundamentals of Fabric Manufacturing

2

1

3

GET-233

Raw Materials for clothing

2

0

2

GET-234

Garment Design Fundamentals

1

1

2

GEM-231

Management Sciences Elective 1

3

0

3

Total Cr. Hrs.

12

4

16

4th   Semester

GEC-241

Computer Programming

1

1

2

GES-241

Social Sciences Elective 1

3

0

3

GET-241

Garment Technology 1

2

1

3

GET-242

Garment Production Machinery

2

1

3

GET-243

Anthropometry and Garment Construction

1

2

3

GET-244

Fundamentals in Textile Chemical Processing

2

1

3

Total Cr. Hrs.

11

6

17

5th Semester

GET-351

Computer Aided Pattern Making

1

2

3

GET-352

Functional Textile and Garments

3

0

3

GET-353

Garment Technology 2

2

1

3

GET-354

Garment Merchandizing and Sourcing

2

1

3

GET-355

Project-I

0

3

3

Total Cr. Hrs.

8

7

15

6th Semester

GEM-361

Garment Finishing Processes

2

1

3

GET-362

Process Improvements in Garment Industry

3

0

3

GET-363

Sewn Product Technology

2

1

3

GET-364

Compliances in Garment Industry

2

1

3

GES-361 / GEM-361

Social Science Elective / Management Sciences Elective

3

0

3

GET-365

Project-II

0

3

3

Total Cr. Hrs.

12

6

18

7th Semester

 GET-471

Supervised Industrial Training / Electives

0

16

16

Total Cr. Hrs

0

16

16

8th Semester

 GET-481

Supervised Industrial Training / Electives

0

16

16

Total Cr. Hrs.

0

16

16

Grand Total

70

62

132

Open Merit Fee - 1st Semester

Fee Heads1st Semester Fee (Rs)
Admission Fee (Once at admission) 25,000
Certificate Verification Fee (Once at admission) 2,000
Red Crescent Donation (Once at admission) 50
University Card Fee (Once at admission) 300
University Security (Refundable) 5,000
   
Tuition Fee (Per Semester) 62,400
Library Fee (Per Semester) 3,000
Examination Fee (Per Semester) 3,000
Medical Fee (Per Semester) 2,000
Student Activity Fund (Per Semester) 2,000
Endowment Fund (Per Semester) 1,000
TOTAL 105,750

Note:

  • Tuition Fee will increase @ 2.5% Per Annum in Subsequent Years.
  • 1/3rd of the Tuition Fee along with Examination Fee will be charged in Summer/Extra Semester.
  • Degree Fee will be charged @5000 rupees Once in the Last Semester

Hostel Dues

ParticularsRupees
Hostel Charges (Per Semester) 25,000
Hostel Security (Refundable) 5,000
TOTAL 30,000

Self Finance Fee - 1st Semester

Fee Heads1st Semester Fee (Rs)
Regular Fee of 1st Semester 105,750
Self Finance Fee Installments (Per Semester) 50,000
Total 155,750
  1. The candidates seeking admission against self-finance seats will have to apply on separate application form. You can apply online ,  application / prospectus fee is Rs. 2,500/- for each Program. The minimum eligibility criterion for the admission on Self-Finance Basis is the same as prescribed for Open Merit.
  2. The completed application form with required supporting documents as mentioned in the application form along with a bank draft of following (Self-Finance Dues + Regular 1st Semester dues) should reach the Admission Office of the University  on or before the notified closing date.
               94,070