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Around 18 teams from different universities participated in the Speed Programming contest. More than 50 students were there to compete for the 1st Prize. C@SE team JIR was declared the winner of the Speed Programming Competition.
RoboSprint 2013
CASE successfully defended its title by winning RoboSprint 2013 Championship
APEC - 2013
CASE - CRG won 1st position by presenting its paper "Implementation of Velocity Control Algorithm on a Swerve based Omnidirectional Robot"
CASE - CRG Commercial Project that Integrates State-of-the-Art Embedded Systems & Intelligent Control Algorithms for Harsh Environments
NUST College of EME & CARE APICTA wins silver merit award in Research & Development for Network Enabled Retinal Image Analysis and Screening System for Grading and Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy.
(Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2012 in Brunei Darussalam)
CARE wins APICTA Silver Merit Award in Communications for High Data Rate Wideband Networking Radio Waveform with Multiple Access for Software Defined Radios. (APICTA)
(Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2012 in Brunei Darussalam)
NUST College of EME & CARE wins P@SHA Gold award in Research & Development for Network Enabled Retinal Image Analysis and Screening System for Grading and Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy.
CARE Sponsors the PASHA awards for year 2012.
SENTEC - 2012
‘Computer Numerical Control’ (CNC) Machine won 2nd position in Projects Competition held at NED University Karachi
EMCOT - 2012
5 - Axis CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Medicine won 2nd position out of 57 projects in EMCOT 2012 held at COMSATS Abbottabad
COMPPEC - 2012
CASE FYPs of Electrical & Computer Engineering Department won 1st position in "Communication Systems" category and 03 distinctions in "Electromechanical Category"
It offered the rare opportunity to the students to prove their mettle by attempting real life engineering projects assigned by the Mobilink Technical Team.
The CASE team proved itself by securing 3rd position.
National Robotics Competition to Promote Robotics and Friendship
"Construct EE" & "Cogweel" scored 1st and 2nd position respectively and won 1.425 Million Ruppees in form of Prize/Financing
CARE/CASE once again basks in glow of victory
APICTA Awards 2011 Pattaya, Thailand
Gold Award for Best in e-Health
A collaborative project of CARE, CASE, AFIC & NUST College of E&ME
Silver Award for Best in e-Communication
‘Cognitive Controller Hub project’
Silver Award for Best in e-Government
‘National Air Space Management System’
Silver Award for Best in Security Applications
‘Unified Security on ICT infrastructure at National level’
NERC 2011
1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Positions
NERC 2010
1st Position and Best Engineering Design Award
NERC 2009
1st, 2nd and Best Engineering Design Awards
Robocon 2011
CASE is Team Pakistan Robocon 2011
Robocon 2010
CASE has beaten India in Robocon 2010
Best in Communication
Best in e-Governance
Best in Research & Development
Best in Security Application
Best Student Project Award
Merit Award for Best in e-Governance
Merit Award for Best in Security Application
Merit Award for Best in Communication
Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, COAS congratulating CASE Team on the remarkable project of "Arrythmia Detection and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Based Tele-Medicine System"
CASE research work on the project "Massively Parallel Fingerprint Recognition System Architecture for Performing Multimillion Matches per Second" brought accolade to CASE by capturing first position in the R&D category at PASHA Pakistan All Software House Association ICT Awards 2010
Unified Lawful Interception system for NGN
and Cyber Space Monitoring
A Comprehensive Voice & Data Monitoring and Analysis platform for NGN Networks and Cyber Space including WLL, 3G, LTE and Fixed Links
CARE 1G and 10G Line Encryptors provide real time Encryption/Decryption with zero packet loss
First Indigenous developed Software
Defined Radio
Developed First Network Centric Command & Control System for Pakistan
Vision & Mission

By disseminating world class Engineering & Management education, we strive to build an institution of learning where the top talent is attracted, groomed and developed to take leadership positions in the world. A culture of excellence and continuous improvement is our hallmark.


It gives us immense pleasure and absolute resolve once we trace back the days when CASE was just an idea in our minds. It was in the January of 2001 when we would formally talk about establishing an institution of higher technical learning in Pakistan. We would debate on its feasibility and gauge our commitment to this national cause. At that time, we as a group identified the dissemination of advanced knowledge in engineering and management to intellectual minds of our professional engineers and scientists as the most needed contribution of our time. We also take pride in focusing on graduate education much before the formation of HEC, where the government very rightly realized that the only way to bring Pakistan on road to prosperity is in creating knowledge economy by developing human resource in higher technical education.

It was April of 1998, when a research and development organization named Communications Enabling Technologies (CET) Pakistan was established in Rawalpindi. Soon, CET headed by Dr. Shoab Ahmed Khan attracted some of the best professionals in Pakistan. Dr. Farrukh Kamran, Dr. Saeed Ur Rahman, and Dr. Sohail Naqvi joined CET in its early days. These individuals later played a key role in establishing CASE. Along with them the group had few more outstanding professionals like Dr. Syed Ismail Shah, Dr. Aamer Iqbal Bhatti, Dr. Amir Qayyum, Dr. Imtiaz A. Taj, Sheikh Muhammad Farhan, Saleem Ahmed Khan, Mohsin Rahmatullah, Hammad Ahmed Khan, Zaheer Ahmed and Durdana Habib.

To realize this dream, Engineering Education Trust (EET) was established in May 2001. EET approached UET Taxila for affiliation of its graduate program. Dr. Habibullah Jamal then Vice Chancellor UET Taxila readily approved and extended affiliation to the program. To start the program, CASE was established on September 11, 2001 at Software Technology Park (STP1), 5-A Constitution Avenue, F-5/1, Islamabad. CASE was inaugurated by then Minister of Science and Technology Prof. Dr. Atta-ur-Rehman. The institute had the support of an excellent teaching faculty of 9 PhDs and 8 MScs at that time. In the beginning, CASE had a small campus at fourth floor of STP1 and only Computer Engineering discipline was offered. In the first semester, two courses in the Computer Engineering program were offered and more than 60 students were enrolled in these courses. In spring 2002 semester, more than 100 students were enrolled in computer engineering program. As the number of students increased, the campus acquired the 5th floor of STP1 in summer 2002. The enrollment for PhD students was also started in this semester. CASE has been enrolling HEC scholars in its PhD program since HEC started its Indigenous PhD Fellowship initiative. Several faculty members of CASE are on HEC approved supervisors list.

Due to overwhelming demand of students and industry professionals, CASE took the initiative of establishing the department of Engineering Management in fall 2002 with Dr. Ali Sajid taking responsibilities as Chairman. In this semester, 192 students registered in Computer Engineering and 41 students in Engineering Management. It was in spring 2003 when the first CASE student completed his MSc computer engineering degree requirements. The year 2003 also marked a significant turn in CASE history when the team started Center for Advanced Research in Engineering (CARE) in January 2003 with the aim of working on projects of dire technical needs of Pakistan. With this focus in mind, CASE was also moved to its current location at Sir Syed Memorial Building, 19-Attaturk Avenue, G-5/1 Islamabad. CASE and CARE now co-exist in this building displaying an ideal model of industry-academia partnership and collaboration. The CASE team has been working round the clock to ensure higher quality of education and technical training. The effects of which are quite evident in different organizations where CASE graduates and students are practicing the knowledge they have gained to create innovative engineering solutions and managing engineering projects.

CASE team while managing this growth keeps improving processes and procedures to maintain the highest level of academic quality. In May 2004, Professor Ali Haider joined this team as President CASE. Under his leadership, CASE continued on the path to success. In the same year, CASE-CARE team decided to start its undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering. The program was started in collaboration with SSMS as SS-CARE School of Engineering. In March of 2008 SS-CARE School of Engineering was merged into CASE. The program got accreditation from Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) before graduation of its first batch in 2008.

CASE has heavily invested in improving the infrastructure of the building, adding faculty offices, PhD scholars' enclave, library renovation and establishing research labs for its students. CASE has been on the forefront of research activities and managed to acquire research funding from Cisco Systems, PTCL and National ICT R&D fund. CASE's Architecture and DSP Lab is funded from Cisco System and PTCL research grants. CARE, the research counterpart of CASE has been awarded projects worth Millions of Dollars. CARE has been successfully executing these projects and providing industrial insight into CASE engineering and management programs. CASE continues to grow and currently more than 1000 students are enrolled in CASE programs, 50% of which are postgraduate students.

To take CASE to its new heights, in April 2006 EET signed a joint venture with Sir Syed Memorial Society (SSMS) with the common aim of establishing a world class university in Islamabad. Sir Syed Memorial Society pledged the physical infrastructure for the establishment of the university. The joint-venture partners, EET and the SSMS applied to HEC for degree granting status. The institute will be renamed as Sir Syed CASE Institute of Technology. After formal evaluation, HEC has already issued its acceptance. The draft charter document has been submitted to HEC for onward processing by the concerned ministries and government agencies. Government of Pakistan has already allocated a 200 Kanals of Land for the university in Islamabad.

CASE was inaugurated by Minister of S&T Dr. Atta Ur Rehman.
CASE Today

Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering (CASE), a project of Engineering Education Trust (EET). CASE is affiliated with the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Taxila. CASE offers undergraduate degrees in areas of Electrical Engineering, Business Administration and Computer Science and post graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Information Security, Engineering Management, and Management Sciences.

Working to promote human resource development in the area of behind the scene technology, which is making today's information revolution possible. By providing engineering education, CASE aims to redress the imbalance in today's technology scene, where too much emphasis is placed on only the software side, while engineering aspects of information technology are ignored. CASE has also felt the dire need of training human resource for the critical role of managing projects and organizations. CASE Management and Business Programs are unique in its offering and is contributing to adequately equip our mangers to take a leadership role in ever demanding technology and business sector in Pakistan.

With the new technologies emerging at a faster pace, the technology gap between the developing and the developed nations of the world continues to widen at an alarming rate. A major reason for this widening gap is the lack of skilled engineers/technologists capable of developing solutions and generating opportunities through their creativity and entrepreneurship.

The mandate of CASE is to bridge this gap by educating engineers and managers with the ability to create, plan, execute, and manage the latest technologies and business solutions. A strong curriculum, in each of the Engineering and Management fields of study, is offered by highly qualified faculty with reputable accomplishments in research, academic publications and industrial projects.

CASE Senate

The CASE Senate is the governing body of the institute and has currently eighteen members. It strives to further the academic mission and integrity of the institute as a community of scholars and professionals dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge. The Senate acts as a whole, or in committees, to address a wide range of academic and administrative issues. The Senate approves all the rules and regulations of CASE. It plays a strategic role in shaping the institute and seeks to preserve and enrich CASE as a thriving academic institution.

  • Dr. Abdul Khaliq (President, CASE)
  • Registrar, CASE (Secretary)
  • Chairman ECE
  • Chairman EM Dr. Ali Ahsan
  • Dr. Shoab A. Khan
  • Dr. Farrukh Kamran
  • Dr. Saeed ur Rehman
  • Dr. Zaheer Ahmed
  • Dr. Mohsin Rahmatullah
  • Dr. Sheikh M. Farhan
  • Mr. Hammad A. Khan
  • Engr. Saleem Ahmad Khan
  • Mr. Muneer Ahmed Chaudhry
  • Dr. M. D Shami
  • Dr. Aamer Iqbal Bhatti
  • Dr. Amir Qayyum
  • Dr. Imtiaz A. Taj
  • Dr. Ali Sajid
Affiliation & Accrediation

CASE is affiliated with University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Taxila. All degrees earned at CASE are awarded by University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Taxila and recognized by Higher Education Commission (HEC), Government of Pakistan.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Program (Computer or Telecommunication) at CASE is accredited by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) (from intake of Batch 2004 upto 2010). Accreditation is a continuous process and the next visit for Accreditation by PEC is scheduled during academic year 2014-15.

Future Prospects

In future, CASE plans to commence numerous other undergrad and post grad programs in various disciplines. CASE also aims to further strengthen its focus on R & D, continuous quality improvement of existing degree programs and fulfillment of our core objectives.

In partnership with its constituencies, the few selected missions of CASE are as follows:

  1. To produce skilled, qualified, intellectually aware and eligible graduates possessing fundamental knowledge who can provide direction and service to the Nation and the World.
  2. To pursue effective research and new technologies in and across disciplines in order to serve the needs of industry, government, society, and the scientific community by expanding the body of knowledge in the field.
  3. To develop understanding with related industrial and government agencies in order to foster academic programs within CASE and ensure strengthening of respective disciplines within Pakistan.
  4. To achieve visibility by active participation in conferences and technical and community activities.
  5. To publish novel scientific articles related to various disciplines offered at CASE.
  6. To constantly improve education at CASE, forever.
CASE Account @ Askari Bank has been shifted to 85-East, F- Block, Kamran Center, Blue Area, Islamabad

Doctoral Qualifying Examination (CE Program) Summer 2014 is schedule on Wednesday, 4th June 2014

CASE Spark - 2014

Skill Building Workshop - 2014

Time table - Prime Minister Technical Training Program

STEM society announces four new Industrial Projects for MS EM & MM Thesis Students

Under Graduate Time Table Spring 2014 has been announced

Graduate Time Table Spring 2014 has been announced

STEM First Industrial Interaction

Picture Gallery of First Interaction with Industry Through STEM

Launching STEM, Society of Technology and Engineering Management of Pakistan in EM Faculty at CASE

Graduate Profile Book 2013

News & Events

Skill Building Workshop -

CASE Spark - 2014

Open House was held on
12th June 2013

CASE has launched
CASE Programmers

CASE has successfully
launched Robosprint - 2013

CASE teams have qualified
for the final round of
Pakistan’s Entrepreneurship Extravaganza

CASE Final Year Project
‘Computer Numerical
Control’ (CNC) Machine
secured 2nd position in
Sentec Project Competition.

CASE has won 4 positions
in COMPPEC - 2012

CASE is affiliated with UET
Taxila. Therefore, all
admissions to CASE are
subject to UET approval
which is achieved at the
issuance of a roll number
from UET, Taxila. 

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