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Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

TEST CENTER: 74749

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Information for Students

Upcoming Dates for SAT Test at DSU:

– 2nd October 2021
– 4th December 2021
– 12th March 2022
– 7th May 2022

Tests Conducted:

– SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

Venue:

DHA Suffa University, DG-78, Off Khayaban-e-Tufail, DHA Phase 7 (Ext.), Karachi.

Changes to SAT Testing due to COVID-19:

– Only test takers will be allowed inside the campus. No exceptions.
– Every student must wear a mask and gloves before entering the campus. Gloves can be taken off during the test, but the mask must be worn the entire time.
– All students must maintain 6 ft social distancing from each other. Students cannot form groups and chit chat.
– Temperature checks will be performed for each student. Any student with a high temperature will not be allowed entry.
– No backpacks, bags, or purses are allowed. All items brought must fit in a clear pouch or ziplock bag.
– No students will be allowed to leave the testing hall during the breaks. You can eat and drink at your desk during the breaks.
– Students can go to the toilet only one at a time.
– Students must remain in their assigned seats the entire time. During dismissal at the end of the test, students can leave one at a time.
– Hand sanitizer stations will be provided, but it is recommended that students bring their own hand sanitizers.

Before the Test:

– Students must arrive before 7:45 a.m. (Doors close at 8:00 a.m. sharp)
– Cars are not allowed inside the campus
– Only SAT test-takers are allowed inside the campus
– Parents/ Guardians accompanying the SAT test candidates are not allowed inside the campus.

Test Ends:

12:30 – 1:00 p.m.

What you must bring to the Test:

– Bring your Admission ticket. NOTE: Sign in at collegeboard.org/mysat and print your updated admission ticket.
– Passport: The only acceptable form of ID for test-takers in Pakistan is a Valid Passport. (CNIC or picture of passport are not acceptable).
– Two No. 2 pencils with erasers.
– An approved calculator. Review SAT Calculator page for more details.

What you CANNOT bring to the Test:

– Any electronic devices (other than approved calculators).
– Any books.

Rules that must be followed during the test:

– If you use your phone, or if it makes any noise (even during breaks), your SAT test will be canceled and you will be asked to leave.
– The test proctor will read all instructions verbatim from a manual and can answer questions only about procedure, not about test questions or content.
– The test proctor will tell you when to start and stop working on each section.
– You must work within each section of the test only for the time allotted.
– You may not go back to a section once that section has ended.
– You may not go ahead to a new section if you finish a section early.
– Do not skip sections. Doing so may result in score cancellation, delays, or both.
– After the test is finished, the test proctor will collect and count the test books to make sure all materials have been turned in before dismissing you from the testing room.

Rules during breaks:

– Test books, answer sheets, and calculators must remain on your desk during breaks.
– You cannot use breaks to power up devices, like cell phones—if you do so, your scores will be cancelled.
– You can eat or drink during breaks.
– You may bring your own water bottle.

Contact DHA Suffa University:

– Website: www.dsu.edu.pk
– Email: ierc@dsu.edu.pk (For any SAT Related inquiries)
– Phone: (+92)21-35244853-54 (Ext 222) (Call during working hours for any SAT related inquiries)

Contact College Board (SAT)

– Website: College Board
– Email: sat@info.collegeboard.org
– Phone: +1 212-713-7789

 

 

DHA SUFFA UNIVERSITY – COURSERA PARTNERSHIP

In March 2021, DHA Suffa University’s Professional Development Center (PDC) entered a partnership with Coursera-a leading online learning platform in the world.  As part of this partnership, students and faculty who enroll in Coursera courses will be awarded a certificate on completion of the course free of cost (this would otherwise cost.USD50), Students & faculty will be allowed to take one (1) certification course per year free of cost. This will equip our students & faculty with future ready skills.   The objective of this partnership is to provide quality education relevant for our students’ careers, ensuring that each student is equipped with the right skill sets.

Coursera offers more than 4000 cutting-edge courses, all taught by top instructors from over 200 leading international universities and companies like Yale, University of Michigan, Google and IBM. This new partnership gives you access to high-quality courses, allowing you to learn online on Coursera in addition to DSU’s on-campus curricula.

Benefits Of Taking A Course From Coursera:

  • Learn in-demand technology and business skills that prepare you for today’s job opportunities;
  • Enjoy interactive learning experiences and be a part of Coursera’s global learning community;
  • Balance your on-campus coursework by studying at your own pace with Coursera’s bite-sized sessions, self-paced learning model, and convenient mobile experience;
  • Earn job-relevant certifications that can help boost your resume.

How To Sign-up On Coursera To Avail Your Free Certification Course:

  • Sign up for a Coursera account using your DSU email address
  • Click on the below link to go to the program’s home page:

https://www.coursera.org/programs/dha-suffa-university-on-coursera-st6tw

  • Select and enroll in a course

If you need further guidance, feel free to reach out to the PDC Coordinator, Mr. Noman Bashir at noman.bashir@dsu.edu.pk, Phone extension 206.

CHECK IR POS

BS English

Semester Course Title Credit Hours
I ENGLISH-I 3
PAKISTAN STUDIES 2
INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICS 3
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3
GENERAL-I (INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE) 3
GENERAL-II (INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS) 3
total 17
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
II ENGLISH-II 3
ISLAMIC STUDIES / ETHICS 3
INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3
EVOLUTION OF STATE 3
GENERAL-III (INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY) 3
GENERAL-IV (Introduction to Social Work) OR (Muslim Political Thought) 2
total 17
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
III ENGLISH-III 3
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SKILLS 3
APPROACHES AND THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 3
DIPLOMATIC HISTORY OF EUROPE 1789-1939 3
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: 1648-1945 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
IV ENGLISH-IV OR EVERYDAY SCIENCE 3
GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3
GENERAL-V (LOGIC AND REASONING) 3
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SINCE 1945 3
GEO-POLITICAL STRUCTURE OF THE WORLD 3
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW-I 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
V FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS 3
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 3
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3
REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 3
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW-II 3
INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
VI SOCIAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 3
STRATEGIC STUDIES 3
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF HUMAN RIGHTS 3
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND RESOLUTION 3
COMPARATIVE POLITICS 3
DIPLOMACY 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
VII COMPARATIVE FOREIGN POLICIES OF US, RUSSIA, AND CHINA 3
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3
PEACE RESEARCH AND PEACE MOVEMENTS 3
ELECTIVE-I (TERRORISM AND COUNTER TERRORISM) OR (COMTEMPORARY POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES) 3
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF ENVIRONMENT 3
total 15
Semester Course Title Credit Hours
VIII RESEARCH THESIS OR RESEARCH REPORT 3
ARMS CONTROL, DISARMAMENT AND NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION 6
DYNAMICS OF KASHMIR CONFLICT 3
CPEC AND REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY ETHNIC CONFLICT IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE 3
ELECTIVE-III (PAKISTAN DEFENCE AND SECURITY POLICY) OR RESEARCH METHODOLOGY-II 3
total 15
total credit hours 136

Session On “Introduction To BS Software Engineering Program”

Please join us for a webinar on the Launch of Software Engineering at DHA Suffa University on August 15 at 5:30-6:45 pm

This will be a great opportunity for you to interact with the Head of Software Engineering, Dr. Rizwan ul Hasan along with Industry Expert, Mr. Emran Riyaz, CEO VectraCom Group.

Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
I Introduction to Computing and Programming EE-1011 3
Introduction to Computing and Programming Lab EE-1011L 1
Calculus and Analytical Geometry BS-1301 3
Applied Physics BS-1101 3
Applied Physics Lab BS-1101L 1
Electrical Workshop Practices EE-1012 1
English Composition HU-1001 3
Linear Algebra BS-1302 3
English Composition HU-1001 3
Linear Algebra BS-1302 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
II Linear Circuit Analysis EE-1021 3
Linear Circuit Analysis Lab EE-1021L 1
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing EE-1023 1
Object Oriented Programming EE-1022 3
Object Oriented Programming Lab EE-1022L 1
Differential Equations BS-2302 3
Communication Skills HU-1004 3
Multivariate Calculus BS-2301 3
Multivariate Calculus BS-2301 3
total 17
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
III Electrical Network Analysis EE-2123 3
Electrical Network Analysis Lab EE-2123L 1
Electronic Devices & Circuits EE-2233 3
Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab EE-2233L 1
Data Structure and Algorithms EE-2031 3
Data Structure and Algorithms Lab EE-2031L 1
Complex Variables and Transforms BS-3301 3
Probability Methods for Engineers BS-1403 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
IV Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design EE-2241 3
Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design Lab EE-2241L 1
Digital Logic and Design EE-2242 3
Digital Logic and Design Lab EE-2242L 1
Signals and Systems EE-2043 3
Signals and Systems Lab EE-2043 1
Pakistan Studies HU-2101 2
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
V Instrument and Measurement EE-3252 3
Instrument and Measurement Lab EE-3252L 1
Microprocessor Based Systems EE-3251 3
Microprocessor Based Systems Lab EE-3251L 1
Communication Systems EE-3353 3
Communication Systems Lab EE-3353L 1
Electromagnetic Field Theory EE-3055 3
Power Distribution and Utilization EE-3154 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
VI Linear Control Systems EE-3062 3
Linear Control Systems Lab EE-3062L 1
Electrical Machines EE-3163 3
Electrical Machines Lab EE-3163L 1
Computer Communication Networks EE-3361 3
Computer Communication Networks Lab EE-3361L 1
EE Technical Elective I EE-3XXX 3
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
total 18
VII EE Design Project 1 EE-4071 3
EE Technical Elective III EE-4XXX 3
EE Technical Elective II EE-4XXX 3
EE Technical Elective III Lab EE-4XXXL 1
Technical and Business Communication HU-4008 3
Non-EE Technical Elective I XX-4XXX 3
Humanities / Social Science Elective XX-4XXX 2
Humanities / Social Science Elective XX-4XXX 2
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
total 18
VIII EE Technical Elective – IV EE-4XXX 3
EE Technical Elective – V EE-4XXX 3
EE Technical Elective V Lab EE-4XXXL 1
EE Design Project – II EE-4083 3
Non-EE Technical Elective – II XX-4XXX 3
Non-Technical Elective XX-XXXX 2
total 15
Total Credit Hours = 140

Specialization Streams

Area Course title
Telecommunication Computer Communication Networks Transmission and Switching
Optical Communication Mobile and Pervasive Computing
Digital Communication Wave Propagation and Antennas
RF and Microwave Engineering Multimedia Communication
Digital Image Processing Wireless and Mobile Communication
Satellite Engineering Navigation and Radar Systems
Information Theory and Coding
Introduction to Chaos Theory Chaos Theory & Fractals
Electronics Digital Control Systems Nanoelectronics
Industrial Process Control Embedded System Design
Digital Electronics Optoelectronics
Instrumentation & Measurement FPGA Based System Design
Digital Image Processing Organic Electronics
Integrated Electronics Industrial Electronics
Digital System Design VLSI Design
Power Systems Advanced Electrical Machines Power System Protection
Power System Analysis PLC and Electrical Drives
Electrical Machine Design Power System Stability & Control
Power System Distribution Power Generation
Electrical Power Transmission Renewable Energy Systems

Cross Registration

DSU Course Foreign University Offering Equivalent Course Title Foreign University Course
EE-1021 : Linear Circuit Analysis MIT – USA Circuits & Electronics
EE-3512 : Electrical Power Systems MIT – USA Introduction to Electric Power Systems
EE-3232 : Digital Signal Processing Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne (through Coursera) Federale Digital Signal Processing
EE-3113 : Power Electronics University of Colorado at Boulder (through Coursera) Introduction to Power Electronics
EE-1011: Introduction to Computing & Programming MIT – USA Introduction to Computer Science and Programming
BS-1403: Probability and Statistics UC Berkeley – USA Introduction to Statistics
BS-1101: Applied Physics University of Colorado at Boulder (through Coursera) Physics-1 (for Physical Science Majors)
BS-1301: Calculus and Analytical Geometry University of Pennsylvania (through Coursera) Calculus: Single Variable
BS-1302: Linear Algebra University of California, Irvine (through Coursera) Algebra

Notes:

1. The lab/practical part of the course is treated separately. All aspects of the laboratory component including teaching, attendance, assignments, examination and grading is treated separately from the theory component.

2. National/International model being followed. HEC Revised BE Electrical Engineering Curriculum, 2012.

Semester 1
S.No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 Elective 1 3
2 Elective 2 3
3 Elective 3 3
Total 9
Semester 2
Course Title Credit Hours
4 Elective 4 3
5 Elective 5 3
6 Elective 6 3
Total 6
Semester 3
Course Title Credit Hours
7 Written Comprehensive Exam & Proposal Defence
Total 6
Semester 4
Course Title Credit Hours
8 PhD Dissertation 12
Total Semester Credit Hours 12
Semester 5
Course Title Credit Hours
9 PhD Dissertation 12
Total Semester Credit Hours 12
Semester 6
Course Title Credit Hours
10 PhD Dissertation 12
Total Semester Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours Required = 54

Elective Courses for PhD in Computer Science

Area Course title
Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing Ubiquitous Computing
Mobile Application Development
Mobile & Wireless Computing
Mobile Software Engineering
Cloud & Cluster Computing Cloud Computing
Social Computing
Cluster & Grid Computing
Concurrent & Distributed Computing
Big Data Analytics
Computational Social Science
Data Mining
Bioinformatics Introduction to Bioinformatics
Computational Biology
Biological Data Management
Computational Genomics
Protein Sequence & Structural Analysis
System Biology
Computational Linguistics Natural Language Processing
Statistical NLP
Computational Grammar
Machine Learning
Computational Morphology
Computer Graphics and Visualization Advanced Computer Graphics
Physically based Animation in Computer Graphics
Mobile Graphics Programming on Android
High Performance Computing using
CUDA
Graphics Programming in the Web Browser using WebGL
Mathematical Methods in Computer Graphics
Introduction to GPU Programming using
Shaders
Scientific Visualization