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Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
I English-I: Prose, Reading, Comprehension and Grammar HUI005 3
Pakistan Studies HU2101 2
Basic Mathematics BS1304 3
Introduction to IR IR1303 3
Introduction to Political Science IR1302 3
Introduction to Geography IR1008 3
total 17
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
II English – II: Exploring Creative Writing HU1010 3
Islamic Studies / Ethics HU1203 2
Introduction to Statistics BS1404 3
Computer Skills for Social Sciences Research IR1402 3
Approaches & Theories of IR IR1306 3
Introduction to Nation State System 3
total 17
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
III English- III: Public Speaking & Presentation Skills EN2303 3
Geo Political Structures of the World IR2203 3
IR: 1648 – 1945 IR2303 3
Research Methodology IR2405 3
General Science BS1004 3
Sociology HU1401 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
IV IR since 1945 IR2304 3
Introduction to International Law IR2102 3
Foreign Policy Analysis IR2309 3
Globalization and IR IR2307 3
Introduction to Economics MS1406 3
State & Its Institutions in Pakistan IR2007 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
V Foreign Policy of Pakistan IR3310 3
Strategic Studies IR3204 3
Regional & International Organizations IR3311 3
Critical Thinking & Analysis in IR IR3205 3
Introduction to International Security IR3205 3
Politics of International Economy IR3312 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
VI Diplomacy: Theory & Practice IR3206 3
Conflict Management & Resolution IR3212 3
International Politics of Human Rights IR3315 3
Constitutional Development of Pakistan IR3102 3
Nuclear Studies IR3207 3
Media, Politics and Policy Making IR3312 3
total 18
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
VII Research Methods and Term Paper Writing EN-4108 3
Introduction to Applied Linguistics (Elective I) EN-4109 3
Introduction to Stylistics EN-4110 3
Literary Theory and Practice EN-4015 3
Pakistani Literature in English (Elective II) EN-4016 3
total 15
Semester Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
VIII Introduction to Translation Studies Elective III EN-4111 3
American Literature (Elective III) EN-4017 3
Postcolonial Literature EN-4018 3
Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics EN-4112 3
Discourse Analysis EN-4113 3
total 15
total credit hours 136

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Fee Structure

Program One Time Charges
Per Semester
Admission Fee Caution Money(Refundable) IT Charges Misc. Charges Lab Charges(Per Credit Hour) Tuition Fee (Per Credit Hour)
BE(Mechanical) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 13,750 4,600
BE(Civil) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 13,750 4,600 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students)
BE(Electrical) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 9,000 4,600 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students)
BS(Computer Science) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 10,000 4,600 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for DCK Campus Only)
BS(Data Science)* 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 10,000 4,600 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students)
BS(Software Engineering) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 10,000 4,600
BS(International Relations) 10,000 5,000 5,000 6,500 4,000 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students)
BS(English) 10,000 5,000 5,000 6,500 4,000 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students)
BS(Psychology) 10,000 5,000 5,000 6,500 4,000 (25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students)
BBA 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 4,600
BS (Business Analytics and Programing) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 10,000 4,600
BS(Accounting and Finance) 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 4,600
MBA 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 4,600
MS/ME 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 4,600
PhD 15,000 10,000 5,000 6,500 4,600
Programs 1st Semester Fee Amount Semester Fee
(without Adm & C/ Money)
Credit Hours
1st Semester
BE(Mechanical) 151,300 126,300 13 + 4
BE(Civil) 129,450 104,450 11 + 4
BE(Electrical) 120,800 90,250 14 + 4
BS(Computer Science) Main Campus 125,500 100,500 15 + 2
BS(Computer Science) DCK Campus 108,250 83,250 15 + 2
BS(Data Science) 108,250 83,250 15 + 2
BS(Software Engineering) 130,100 105,100 16 + 2
BS(International Relations) 77,500 62,500 17 + 0
BS(English) 77,500 62,500 17 + 0
BS(Psychology) 71,500 56,500 15 + 0
BBA 110,100 85,100 18 + 0
BS (Business Analytics and Programing) 111,700 80,150 16 + 2
BS(Accounting and Finance) 110,100 85,100 16 + 0
Semester BBA/BS(A&F) BS (CS) BS (SE) BS (PSY) BS (IR) BS (ENG) BE (EE) BE (ME) BE (CE)
Theory Cr. Hr. Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr. Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr. Lab Cr. Hr. Theory Cr. Hr. Lab Cr. Hr.
I 18 15 2 16 2 15 0 17 0 17 0 14 4 13 4 11 4
II 18 15 2 17 1 18 0 17 0 17 0 15 3 14 4 12 5
III 18 15 2 15 1 18 0 18 0 18 0 14 3 15 3 11 5
IV 18 15 1 14 3 18 0 18 0 18 0 15 3 14 4 17 1
V 18 15 1 14 2 18 0 18 0 18 0 15 3 15 1 14 4
VI 18 15 2 18 0 18 0 18 0 18 0 15 3 16 2 13 4
VII 15 17 12 3 15 0 15 0 15 0 14 4 11 5 12 5
VIII 12 14 9 3 15 0 15 0 15 0 11 4 10 5 14 4

Notes :

  • 25% scholarship in Tuition Fee for all students of BE Electrical, BS Data Science, BS Psychology, BS English, BS International Relations, BS Accounting and Finance, BS Business Analytics and Programing offered at DSU Main Campus besides BE Civil Engineering and BS CS being offered at DSU DCK Campus only
  • * 80% and above marks in Intermediate 50% discount (subject to maintaining 3 CGPA) in BS Data Science
  • * 70% to 79.99% marks in Intermediate 40% discount (subject to maintaining 3 CGPA) in BS Data Science
  • * 50% and above marks in Intermediate 25% discount (subject to maintaining 3 CGPA) for all Computer Science Department programs offered at DCK Campus
  • The University reserves the right to change fee/charges on yearly basis.
  • MS/PhD Research Fee will be charged as per credit hour Tuition Fee.
  • PhD Comprehensive Examination Fee is RS. 5000/-
  • There will be an additional fee for PhD Thesis evaluation by foreign evaluators.
  • Advance Tax (under section 236-I) shall be collected @ 5% on the entire amount of fee (if the student’s payable fee exceeds Rs. 200,000/- per annum, excluding the amount refundable).


HOW GDSC at DHA Suffa University battled COVID for a Social and Tech Change By Syed Ateeq

This was the best moment of my life, when I got an email in the middle of the night and I opened it and it said you’re selected for the Google DSC Lead for your university, it was like a dream come true because no one applied before, I was the first one in my university to be selected at a company like Google, with all the happiness, it also came with a lot of responsibilities.

The first time Google DSC came into our campus, everything felt great until we all were hit with the covid outbreak and all of the educational institutes were closed and so were the plans of doing tech events, talks, and Bootcamp but GDSC took covid as a challenge and shifted their all activities online using Google Meet.

The problem GDSC solved is that we provided a proper roadmap to learning specific technologies. If someone wanted to learn Front-End Development, we conducted an online Bootcamp of Flutter with a proper roadmap and guidance from the experienced alumni network.

We encouraged all Engineering Departments in our university to join us and told them the importance of Software and now most of them are involved in learning software.

The formation of a team is always the problem, the right talent and team can do wonders for your chapter. Our Recruitment process was strictly based on merit and the right talent where the A talent quota was made to recruit five males and five females to be in the team. The same ratio of gender diversity can make your team more successful as compared to teams with less gender diversity.

 “No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.” Muhammad Ali Jinnah

In the computer science industry, there is very less amount of women’s working and the problem is that they are not encouraged and motivated to work in tech, we broke that stereotype, made it compulsory for every core team member to attend which resulted in female students discover Flutter and felt in love with the technology, now their vision is more clear and they aim to become Flutter Developers after graduation.

Flutter Bootcamp

Link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLyazdzLgFw43XOqsTk5GGrXuPOvd3Bzm

Flutter BootCamp was the first online Bootcamp in DSC Pakistan which used to be held on weekend days like Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 9:00 PM, which became an ideal time for students where we had an attendance of more than 90+ students in a single class. After Bootcamp, Gave paid internships to the top three performers.

A student from India, reached out since Urdu and Hindi are similar. The journey became easier to learn Flutter in Urdu. Link: https://youtu.be/0skllE5Ca8Y


Later we built a team to continue the legacy ( here’s Palivi joining the team virtually from India)


Link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLyazdzLgFw4SsqxcJzmoKZ94juVjEJZG

But teaching Data Science, which is now in Pakistan with very few opportunities, was still a long procedure because it has requirements to be fulfilled and a bigger roadmap than any other technology. We understood the problem and made a decision to make a Bootcamp completely focused on learning Python and planned later to start Data Science Bootcamp.

A series on interactive study jam on Python, where the core focus was to teach Developmen and Automation conducted by top-notch freelancers from DHA Suffa University in which concepts related to real-world programming were focused by core team members Tarun Kumar and Bahawal Baloch.

Python Bootcamp was a huge success with more than 100 participants, who joined class on weekends, not only from DHA Suffa University but all the universities in Karachi collaborated. Just After BootCamp, we were fortunate enough to be reached out by DataCamp Application for Premium accounts Sponsorship and it changed all the confusion of us teaching Data.

We received a generous amount of DataCamp Premium account in which we shared with most of the students not only in DHA Suffa University but to most of the universities in Pakistan and some good friends from Malaysia.


We also got sponsored by Silicon valley based Edtech startup DataCamp with 500 accounts. one account cost 60K PKR making us the only chapter to get this sponsorship.

Find Pakistan :) https://www.datacamp.com/donates


In a world full of cyber security threats, we need defenders who can help us save the world for good, so our last Bootcamp was focused on cyber security teaching people fundamentals, and acing their technical interviews.

Link: https://youtu.be/3cLlpDpszQo


Online Video Playlist.

Breaking Records and Creating History was the main vision in which we also identified a major issue where students were not implementing the concepts of version control system, in which an ultimate guide series was made in native Urdu language to educate students. ( we taught GitHub basically :D)

Link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLyazdzLgFw7YKIV7tPhwruafPl388OoN

Book Reading Culture:

As a society what we face is students don’t read besides their course. We discussed the idea with our Vice-Chancellor and now we have a bookshelf of self-help books like Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, How to Win and Influence Friends, Think Like a Monk, and Tony Robbins.


Organized the First and only Virtual Hackathon in DSC Pakistan with 5 teams participating and the judge was from our alumni network, who had experience in hackathons like Junction Finland and Hack north Canada.

We Taught something, that is not even taught in IVY League Schools

One thing that all schools don’t teach us is Financial Literacy. How to manage your personal finance. We initiated the idea with the reference of books written by Robert Kiyosaki.

Finally, I couldn’t have done all this without my team. I would like to thank my core team for believing in my ideas for a better future. sir Shaham Mahmood, Specially Pro-Vice-Chancellor Dr. Ahmad Saeed Minhas for his strong support.