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E-GAMING - TECTIQS'13
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"
meSatrol
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"
MOBILINK SUPER ENGINEER 2012
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.
ROBOSPRINT - 2012
National Robotics Competition to Promote Robotics and Friendship
INVENT 2012
"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
Overview

Research doctorates at CASE are awarded in recognition of academic research that is (at least in principle) adds distinct intellectual contribution to existing body of knowledge. Like many highly reputed international universities, earning a research doctorate also requires successful completion of a regimen of coursework beyond the masters level.

Criteria for award of research doctorates vary from research area to area, but as mentioned earlier; it typically requires the submission of a substantial body of original research undertaken by the candidate. This may take the form of a single thesis or dissertation, or possibly a portfolio of shorter project reports, and will usually be assessed by a small committee of examiners appointed by CASE (during and at the end of research), and often an oral examination of some kind. The formal taught component of doctorate degree at CASE, typically consists of graduate-level courses in the subject in question, as well as training in research methodology.

Doctorate degrees at CASE strictly meet criteria of HEC and important respective international standard setting bodies (depending on the research area). CASE ensures that doctorate supervisors at CASE not only hold excellent academic standing but are equivalently inlined with industrial requirements, practices and needs.

It is aimed at CASE that all doctorate students experience real feel of exiciting research enviornment. All students’ work is subjected to extremely thorough academic and administrative scrutiny. All research work is quality assured and most importantly focus is deeply laid on outclass intellectual contribution. It would not be wrong to say that doctorate program at CASE is as intense and reputed as doctorate program in any other quality institution across the globe.

 

Approved Supervisors

Current Ph.D. Policy
1. Policy References
The PhD students admitted after August 2005 will be required to meet all the requirements listed in HEC latest policy dated January, 2010. For all the students admitted between Spring 2008 & Fall 2010 maximum time period for PhD is 5 years, while for the students admitted between Fall 2010 & Fall 2012 the maximum time period for full time PhD student is 4 years and for part time students is 5 years. Since Spring 2013 the maximum time period for full time PhD student is 4 years and for part time students is 6 years.The milestones have therefore, been revised accordingly.
 
2. GAT (Subject)
  1. All new entrants from Spring 2010 are required to qualify the GAT- Subj, CE students require minimum 60% marks in NTS GAT- Subj (CE) and EM Students require minimum 70% in EM deptt (GAT-Subj) prior to admission.
  2. All continuing students admitted after August 2005 will be required to meet the above part ‘a’ requirement before submission of PhD Dissertation.
3. Course Work

  1. All PhD students should complete 18 credit hours of mandatory PhD level course work before appearing for DQE (Part I) Exam.
  2. The student can get 70% concession in the tuition fee after completing 18 credit hours in CE Dept & 30 credit hours in EM Dept.
4. Doctoral Qualifying Examination
  1. DQE (part I & II) can be taken only after completion of 18 credit hours of PhD level course work.
  2. DQE (part I & II) must be completed within 2 years and there will be maximum two chances for qualifying each.
5. Research Hours Registration
  1. Registration for Research Credit is allowed only after qualifying DQE II.
  2. Total requirement for PhD is to earn 30 credit hours of satisfactory graded Research work. The student can register for minimum 3 credit hours & maximum 6 credit hours of Research in a semester.
  3. After completing 30 credit hours of Research, the students will be required to continue registering for 3 credit hour till the Final defense, by paying only the registration fee (provided the student applies in writing for tuition fee waiver and the application is endorsed by the advisor & head of department).
6. Proposal Defense /Pre-Final Defense/Final Defense

  1. RMC should be formed four months before the proposal defense.
  2. Maximum allowed time for successful completion of proposal defense is 2 years & 9 months for four years students, 3 years & 8 months for five years students and 4 years & 8 months for six years students.
  3. Maximum allowed time for pre-final defense is 3 years & 9 months for four years students, 4 years & 8 months for five years students and 5 years & 8 months for six years students.
  4. Minimum required time between Proposal Defense & Final Defense is 1 year.
  5. Pre – final defense will include:
    • Student formal presentation of work to RMC.
    • Certificate of approval of Thesis acceptance by RMC.
    • Thesis plagiarism check certificate by student/supervisor.

    Publication of paper(s) after proposal defense as follows:

    • Students admitted till Fall 2012 : One publication in Journal of International Repute from the list of HEC recognized Journals.
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    • Students admitted since Spring 2013:
    •  
      • Full Time PhD students: Two research papers in HEC approved journals in which atleast one has impact factor.
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      • Part Time PhD students: One publication in Journal of International Repute from the list of HEC impact factor recognized Journals.
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  6. Approval of suitability of two foreign Evaluators for thesis evaluation.n.
  7. Final defense must be completed within maximum allocated time of 4/5/6 years which ever is applicable.
 
Archive of previous PhD Policies
Revision of PhD policy for students admitted since Spring 2011
1. Total Time Period

  1. Five Years – for part time students.
  2. Four Years – for full time students.
2. Revised Milestones
  • For Five years category: All the milestones will be applicable as per the previous PhD policy.
  • For Four years category: Following milestones will be applicable:
  1. Policy (Para 4-a): DQE - I & II must be completed within 1 years and 9 months time period.
  2. Policy (Para 6-b): Proposal Defense must be completed within 2 years and 8 months time period.
  3. Policy (Para 6-c): Pre Final Defense must be completed within 3 years and 7 months time period.
  4. Policy (Para 6-f): Final Defense must be completed within 4 years time period.
3. PhD Policy para (4) is revised as follows:

After the completion of 18 credit hours of PhD level course work, the scholar will take the PhD qualifying comprehensive test, consisting of following two parts:

  1. DQE-I: Written test comprising of core area of studies.
  2. DQE-II: Oral presentation on the core area of research. The main theme of the oral presentation is the literature review in the area of research to demonstrate that the scholar is fully aware of the current research already done in this area.
Ph.D. Policy
The following policy is applicable for both the Computer Engineering and Engineering Management programs.


1. Policy References

The Ph.D. students admitted after August 2005 will be required to meet all the requirements listed in HEC latest policy dated January, 2010.Also for all the students admitted after May 2006 the minimum & maximum time period for Ph.D. is 3 years & 5 years respectively. The milestones have therefore, been revised accordingly.

 

2. GAT (Subject)
  1. To Qualify the GAT- Subj, CE Students require minimum 60% marks in NTS GAT- Subj (CE) and EM Students require minimum 70% in EM deptt (GAT-Subj).
  2. All new entrants from Spring 2010 onwards will be required to qualify GAT (Subject) prior to admission.
  3. All continuing students admitted after August 2005 will be required to qualify GAT (Subject) before submission of Ph.D.Dissertation.
3. Course Work

  1. All PhD students should complete 18 credit hours of PhD level course work after completion of Masters Degree & before appearing for DQE II Exam.
  2. Mandatory course work requirement for CE Students is 18 credit hours while for EM Students it is 30 credit hours.
  3. After completing the course work requirement, the PhD student can take additional courses with the concession of 70% of the tuition fee.
4. Doctoral Qualifying Examination
  1. DQE - I & II must be completed within 2 years time. There will be maximum 2 chances for qualifying each.
  2. DQE -I can be taken any time during the allowed time limit, however DQE - II must be taken after completion of 18 credit hours of course work.
5. Research Hours Registration
  1. Total requirement for PhD is 30 credit hours of satisfactory graded Research work.
  2. Registration for Research Credit is allowed only after qualifying DQE II.
  3. In general students are expected to register for 3 credit hour of research up to proposal defense and from then onward 3 to 6 credit hours till pre-final defense.
  4. After completing 30 credit hours of Research, the students will be required to continue registering for 3 credit hour till the Final defense,by paying only the registration fee, provided he/she applies in writing for tuition fee waiver and the application is endorsed by his/her Advisor.
6. Proposal Defense /Pre-Final Defense/Final Defense

  1. RMC should be formed within six months of passing DQE - II.
  2. Maximum allowed time for successful completion of proposal defense is 3 years & 6 months from the date of Ph.D. admission.
  3. Maximum allowed time for pre-final defense is 4 years & 6 months from the date of Ph.D.admission.
  4. Minimum required time between Proposal Defense & Final Defense is 1 year.
  5. Pre – final defense will include:
    • Student formal presentation of work to RMC.
    • Certificate of approval of Thesis acceptance by RMC.
    • Thesis plagiarism check certificate by student/supervisor.
    • Publication of one paper in ISI indexed HEC approved Journal.
    • Approval of suitability of two foreign Evaluators for thesis evaluation.
  6. Final defense must be completed within 5 years time.
Highlights
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
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CASE Spark - 2014
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Skill Building Workshop - 2014
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Time table - Prime Minister Technical Training Program

STEM society announces four new Industrial Projects for MS EM & MM Thesis Students
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Under Graduate Time Table Spring 2014 has been announced

Graduate Time Table Spring 2014 has been announced

STEM First Industrial Interaction
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Picture Gallery of First Interaction with Industry Through STEM
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Launching STEM, Society of Technology and Engineering Management of Pakistan in EM Faculty at CASE
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Graduate Profile Book 2013
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News & Events


Skill Building Workshop -
2014


CASE Spark - 2014


Open House was held on
12th June 2013


CASE has launched
CASE Programmers
Group


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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