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PROSPECTUS 2014

GOVERNING BODY
PATRON

MEMBERS

Inspector General Training and Evaluation

An officer not below the rank of Brigadier


President

General Headquarters, Pakistan Army

Human

Resource

Development Directorate, GHQ

PRESIDENT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Director Academics of the affiliated University

Principal

Director General, Human Resource


Development Directorate, GHQ

Army Public College of Management & Sciences

Senior Faculty with Chairman Board of Governors

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2

7
Department of Electrical Engineering
MS (Electrical Engineering)
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
(Electronics / Telecommunications)

Faculty of Management Sciences

20

Department of Business Administration


MS (Business Studies)
Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
Masters of Commerce (M.Com)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
B.Sc. Accounting & Finance

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48

ARMY PUBLIC COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & SCIENCES

ARMY PUBLIC CDLU&E OF MANAiiEMENT & SCIENCES

Vision:
In today's modem world, which has now become a global village, no nation

can meet the pace of rapidly developing world, without paying special
attention towards the development in science and technology. This can be
achieved only by producing huge human resource who should be competent
enough to accept modern world's challenges and come up with their
solutions.

Mission:
It is the endeavour of '1!\rmy Public College of Management and Sciences", to
play very active role in the national development by producing and training
highly skilled Electrical Engineers, IT specialists and competent business
managers. In order to accomplish this mission Army Public College of
Management and Sciences is committed to provide an educational
environment which isconducive to foster creatMty and ingenuity".

Objectives:

Programmes at APCOMS
Postgraduate Level:
MS (Business studies)
MS (Electrical Engineering)
Masters of Commerce (M.Com)
Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

Undergraduate Level:
BS Software Engineering
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering
(Electronics / Telecommunications)
Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA Hons)
B.Sc. Accounting & Finance

COAS on Visit to APCOMS

APCOMS Library

ARMY PUBLIC CDLU&E OF MANAiiEMENT & SCIENCES

Laboratories:
No engineering discipline is complete with out providing practical knowledge of subjects. Therefore, in
order to meet this requirement APCOMS has five state-of-the-art computer laboratories, equipped with
sufficient number of most modern personal computers with DSL Internet facility. Inaddition to that Three
Electronics, Analogue and Digital Communication, Microprocessor Based Systems, Digital Signal
Processing, PCB development, and Electrical Machine and Control laboratories are fully equipped with
the state-of-the-art equipment.

Health Care:
The college has an in campus medical investigation room (MI Room) manned by medical staff from whom
the students can receive consultation and medicines free of charge.

Seminars & Workshops


Seminars and workshops are an essential part of student character building in APCOMS. They are
arranged frequently, enlightening students on the contemporary issues of national and international
significance, and also provide them an opportunity to socialize with scholars, business executives,
industryspeciaIists, educationists and eminent persons.

Scholarships
APCOMS has the tradition of honoring those students who excel in their
academic courses. The students are given scholarships who secure 1st,
2nd and 3rd positions in their relevant semesters. The students who
secure SGPA of more than 3.5 are eligible ro receive the scholarship.

Convocation
The 11th convocation of UET including APCOMS graduates was held on 12
Dec 2012 in Jinnah Conventional Hall Islamabad. 194 students of
APCOMS of various programmes were graduated.

Scholarships Award Ceremony

Extra CurricularActivities
APCOMS has a tradition of offering extra curricular activities for students mental and physical recreation. A whole
week is dedicated as students week during every semester in which sports, fun, cultural and other events such
Debates, Naats & Painting competitions are held.
Moreover it is also a practice to have welcome/farewell functions during every semester

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES


Dean
Prof. Dr. Salim Akbar
BE, Avionics (Uni of Karachi)
MSc, Computer Systems (Uni of
Southampton UK)
MSc, Electro Physics (Suny Buffalo New York)
PhD, Electro Optics (Suny Buffalo, New York)
HOD B.Sc (EE)

Assistant Professors

Associate Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ejaz


BSc Engineering (UET Lhr)
MSc Engineering (UET Peshawar)
PhD (UET Peshawar)

Engr. Waseem Ahmed


BSc Telecom (UET Lahore)
MS Telecom Engineering (NUST)

Associate Professor
Dr Salman Ahmed Afghani
MSc Mechanical Engineering
(People Friendship Uni. Russia)
M.Phil (People Friendship Uni. Russia)
PhD (Moscow Motor Civil Institute, Russia)

Engr. Muhammad Ali Raza Anjum


BSc Electrical (UET Taxila)
MS Telecom Engineering (UET Peshawar)

Assistant Professor

Engr. Javed Rusdhi


BSc Telecom (UET Lahore)
MS Telecom Engineering (UET Lahore)

Engr. Hidayat Ullah Khan


BSc Engineering (UET Peshawar)
MS Electrical Engineering (UET Taxila)
MS Power Engineering (UET Peshawar)

Engr. Zar Khitab


BSc Electrical (UET Peshawar)
MS Electrical Engineering (UET Peshawar)

Lecturers
Engr. Sajjad Hussain
BSc Electrical (Air Uni.)
MS Telecom Engineering (UET Taxila)
Engr. Shahid Ismail
BSc Electrical (UET Taxila)
MS Image Processing (Technical Uni.
of Darmstadt Germany)
Engr. Awais Masood
BSc Telecom (FAST-NU)
MS Electrical Engineering
(Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)

Engr Saddam Ali


BSc Electrical (UET Taxila)
Engr. M Tariq Javed
BSc Electrical (COMSATS)
MS Engineering (UET Taxila)
Engr. Umer Adeel
BSc Electrical (COMSATS)
Engr. Umaid Khan
BSc Electrical (National Uni. of Singapore)

Engr. Muhammad Yasir Siddique Anjum


BSc Electrical (Federal Urdu Uni.)
MS Electrical Engineering (UET Peshawar)

Lab Engineers
Engr. Abeera Waqar
Bsc Electrical (NUST)

Engr. Kiran Khurshid


BICSE (NUST)
MS Electrical Engineering (NUST)

Engr. Dawood Ahmed Khan


BSc Electrical (UET Taxila)

Ms. Reeda Iftikhar


BSc Telecom (NUML)
MS (NUST)
Engr. Aamir Hassan
BSc (Forman Christian College)
MS Materials Engineering (NUST)
PhD in progress
Engr. Faheem Haroon
BSc Electrical (Bahria)

Engr. Haroon Mukhtar


BSc Electrical (UET Taxila)
Engr. Muhammad Ishfaq Javed
BSc Electrical (NUML)
Engr. S Waqar ul Hassan
BSc Electrical (Federal Urdu Uni.)
Engr. Syed Waqas Haider
BSc Electrical (NUML)

MS (Electrical Engineering)
The master degree courses are aimed at bringing the students abreast with the most recent
developments in their fields of specialization. These courses are offered for the part time students.
The Master of Science programme will be offered in the following specializations:Electrical Power Engineering
Control Engineering
Electronics / Telecommunication Engineering
Digital Techniques / Computer Engineering

M.Sc. (Engg) degree will be awarded for successfully completing studies equivalent to 30
credit hours. The candidate will pass a minimum of eight postgraduate level courses (24
credit hours) and successfully complete postgraduate research thesis (6 credit hours). In
general, a student will be required to take at least five core courses (15 credit hours) and three
courses (9 credit hours) from his choice of specialization called major area and a research thesis
of six credit hours.
Total number of credit hours

30

Core Corses

5 courses of 15 credit hours

Specialization

3 courses of 9 credit hours

Research Thesis

6 credit hours

Total number of semesters

Four (04)

Semester Duration

19 weeks (16 weeks teaching + 3 weeks examinations)

Total Duration

Two (02) Years

SPECIALIZATION IN ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING


Core Courses
Code

Course Name

EE-6101 Power System Engineering

Elective Courses
Credit
Hrs

Credit
Hrs

Code

EE-6115

Power Generation Systems

Course Name

EE-6102

Optimization Techniques in Power Systems

EE-6116

Alternate Energy Resources

EE-6103

Power Distribution Control and Automation

EE-6117

Distribution System Economics

EE-6104

Electrical Machine Modeling

EE-6118

Distribution System Reliability

EE-6105

High Voltage Engineering

EE-6119

Variable Speed Drives

15

EE-6120

Power Electronics Control in Electrical Systems

EE-6121

Power System Dynamic and Control

Advanced Power Electronics

Total Credit Hours

Elective Courses
Code

Course Name

Credit
EE-6122
Hrs

EE-6106

Power System Operation

EE-6123

Artificial Intelligence

EE-6107

Power System Protection

EE-6124

Genetic Algorithms

EE-6108

Power System Transients

EE-6125

Engineering Optimization

EE-6109

Power System Economics

EE-6126

Operational Research

EE-6110

Modeling and Simulation of Power System


Components

EE-6127

Probabilistic Systems in Electrical Engineering

EE-6111

Power System Stability and Control

EE-6112

Power System Reliability and Security

Code

EE-6113

Electric and Magnetic Fields

EE-6000

EE-6114

Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Materials

Research Thesis
Course Name
Research Thesis

Credit
Hrs
6

10

SPECIALIZATION IN CONTROL ENGINEERING

Core Courses
Code

Course Name

EE-6401 Optimization Methods for Systems and Control

Elective Courses
Credit
Hrs

Credit
Hrs

Code

EE-6406

Robust and Optimal Control

Course Name

EE-6402

Modern Control Systems

EE-6407

Fundamentals of Robots

EE-6403

Digital Control Systems

EE-6408

Control of Robot Manipulators

EE-6404

Linear Multivariable Control

EE-6409

Linear Systems Theory

EE-6405

Stochastic Control

EE-6410

Fuzzy Control

15

EE-6411

Random Processes

EE-6412

Stochastic Processes

EE-6413

Neural Fuzzy Systems

EE-6414

Neural Networks

Total Credit Hours

Research Thesis
Code
EE-6000

Course Name
Research Thesis

Credit
Hrs
6

11

SPECIALIZATION IN
ELECTRONICS / TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
Core Courses
Code

Course Name

Elective Courses
Credit
Hrs

Code

Course Name

Credit
Hrs

EE-6201

Solid Sate Electronics

EE-6206

Optical Communication

EE-6202

Advanced Electronic Devices

EE-6207

Optical Networks

EE-6203

Electronic System Design

EE-6208

Advanced Digital Design

EE-6204

Electro-Optics: Theory and Applications

EE-609

Digital Integrated Circuit Design

EE-6205

VLSI Design

EE-6210

Analog Integrated Circuit Design

15

EE-6211

Advanced Electromagnetic Theory

EE-6212

VLSI Testing and Verification

EE-6213

Random Variables and Signals

EE-6214

Advanced Circuit Analysis and Filter Design

EE-6215

Semiconductor Materials and Technology

EE-6216

Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems

EE-6217

Radar Systems

EE-6218

Advanced Network Synthesis

Total Credit Hours

Research Thesis
Code
EE-6000

Course Name
Research Thesis

Credit
Hrs
6

12

SPECIALIZATION IN
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES / COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Core Courses
Code

Course Name

Elective Courses
Credit
Hrs

Code

Course Name

Credit
Hrs

EE-6301

Digital Signal Processing Techniques

EE-6306

Digital Video Systems

EE-6302

Advanced Computer Systems

EE-6307

Embedded Systems

EE-6303

Digital Communication

EE-6308

Multi-Rate Signal Processing

EE-6304

Computer Networks

EE-6309

Parallel Processing

EE-6305

Computer Vision

EE-6310

Digital Speech Processing

15

EE-6311

Biomedical Image Processing

EE-6312

Data Compression Techniques

EE-6313

Pattern Recognition

EE-6314

Wireless Networks

EE-6315

Satellite Communication

EE-6316

Advanced Mobile Communication

EE-6317

Antenna and Propagation

EE-6318

Algorithms and Data Structures

EE-6319

Data Mining and Security

EE-6320

Computer and Information Security

EE-6321

Digital Design Testing and Verification

Total Credit Hours

Research Thesis
Code
EE-6000

Course Name
Research Thesis

Credit
Hrs
6

13

B.Sc Electrical Engineering

PEC Visitation Teams Visit

At least 135

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Curriculum for B.Sc Electrical Engineering


5th Semester

1st Semester
Code

Course Name

Credit
Hours
3+1
1+1
3+0
2+1
3+0
2+0
17

EE-111
EE-112
GS-113
CS-114
GS-115
HU-116

Linear Circuit Analysis


Workshop Practice
Applied Physics
Computer Fundamentals
Applied Calculus
Islamic Studies
Total
2nd Semester

EE-121
EE-122
EE-123
GS-124
GS-125
ME-126

Electro Mechanical Systems- I


Electronic Devices and Circuits
Engineering Drawing and CAD
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
Basic Mechanical Engineering
Total
3rd Semester

3+1
3+1
0+1
3+0
3+0
3+0
18

EE-211
EE-212
GS-213
CS-214
HU-215
HU-216

Digital Logic Design


Electro Mechanical Systems-II
Complex Variables & Transforms
Object Oriented Programming
Communication Skills
Pak Studies
Total
4th Semester

3+1
3+1
3+0
3+1
3+0
2+0
20

EE-221
EE-222
EE-223
CS-224
GS-225
HU-226

Instrumentation & Measurements


Network Analysis
Introduction to Power Engineering
Computer Organization
Numerical Analysis
Engineering Ethics
Total

3+1
3+1
3+0
3+1
3+0
2+0
20

EE-311
EE-312
EE-313
GS-314
EE-31#

Signals and Systems


Electromagnetic Field Theory
Basic Power Electronics
Probability & Statistics for Engineers
Elective-I
TOTAL
6th Semester

3+1
3+0
3+1
3+0
3+1
18

EE-321
EE-322
ME-323
MS-324
EE-32#

Micro-Computer Systems
Linear Control Systems
Applied Thermodynamics
Engineering Economics
Elective-II
TOTAL
7th Semester

3+1
3+1
3+0
2+0
3+1
17

EE-411
HU-412
MS-413
EE-41#
EE-41#

Design Project
Social Sciences
Engineering Management
Elective-III
Elective-IV
TOTAL
8th Semester

0+2
2+0
2+0
3+1
3+1
14

EE-421
EE-42#
EE-42#

Senior Design Project


Elective-V
Elective-VI
TOTAL

0+3
3+1
3+1
11

15

ELECTIVES
E le ct ronics
Ad van ce d Dig ital D esig n

Tele com m unica tions


Micr ow ave D evice s

Dig ital Instr um en ta tion

Co mm un icatio n S ystem s

Ele ctro nic Ci rcu it D esig n

Dig ita l S ig na l P roc essin g

Dig ital S ig na l Pr oce ssin g

O ptica l Fib er C omm un ica ti on

Micro wa ve E ng in ee rin g

Dig ita l C om mu nica tion

An ten na & W ave P ro pa g atio n

P rop a ga tion an d A nte nn as

Dig ital Ima ge Pr oce ssin g

Co mp ute r Com mu nica tion Ne tw ork s

Com mu nica tion S yste ms

Mo bi le Co mm un icatio n

Com pu ter Co mm un ica ti on Netwo rks


Mob il e Com mu ni catio n

Ms Mehwish Iqbal, Student of Army


Public College of Management &
Sciences (APCOMS) Rawalpindi, has
won the First prize in IMPRINT-2K13,
an International Level LOGO designing
competition. This was an Exclusive
Event of HITAM IEEE STUDENT
BRANCH held under the Chapters IEEE &
WIE. Contest was held in India and was
open to all IEEE members. The main
theme for the Logo Design was to
join the ideas of technology and skills.

Programme Structure BSc (EE)


6%

4.10%

5%

14.50%

29%

14.40%

4%

23%

16

BS (Software Engineering)
HOD BS (SE)
Mr. Shakeel Akhtar
BSc (Punjab)
MSc Computer Science

Lecturers

Assistant Professor
Mr. Abdul Rauf
MSc Computer Science (AJ&K)
MS Computer Sciences (Islamabad)
PhD in progress (MAJU)

Mr. Ali Afzal Awan


MCS (Bahria)
MS (Sichuan Uni. Chengdu China)

Lecturers
Mr. Shafiq-ur Rehman
BS Computer Science (Arid)
MS Computer Science (Arid)
PhD in progress (MAJU)

Ms. Andleeb Shahnaz


BS (SE) (IISUI Isb)
MS Software Engineering (NUST)

Mr. Khurram Iqbal Uppal


MSc Electronics (Quaid-e-Azam)
MSc Physics (AIOU)
MS Physics in progress (CESET)
Ms. Rabiya Rasheed
BS(SE) (NUST)
MS (SE) (NUST)

Ms. Beenish Sajjad


BS(SE) (Fatima Jinah)
MSc Computer Engineering (CASE)

Lab Engineers

Ms. Fareeha Iqbal


BSc (Punjab)
MSc Computer Science (Quaid-e-Azam)
MS Computer Science in progress (MAJU)

Mr. Shahzad Ahmad Malik


BSc Computer Engr. (UET Jamshoro)

Ms. Faiza Iqbal


MCS (Islamia Uni. BWP)
MS (SE) (NUST)
PhD in progress (NUST)

Mr. Abdul Ghafoor


BSc Computer Enginneering (Multan)

Mr. Nazakat Ali


BS(SE) (IIUI Isb)
System Administrator
Mr. Jaffar Hussain
MCS (Hamdard)

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BS (Software Engineering)
BS (Software Engineering) in APCOMS is the oldest degree programme started in 1999. Sixteen batches of BS
(Software Engineering) have been graduated so far. Software Engineering is the discipline of creating highquality software environment in a systematic, controlled and efficient manner, while maintaining it affordably. It
involves the application of engineering concepts, techniques and methods to develop the software systems. A
software engineering programme develops professionals who have a mastery of software development
principles, theory, practice and process. The goal of Software Engineering is to use the science and technology
already available to create products and tools for use. Software Engineering derives its essence from computer
science as other engineering disciplines do from natural or life sciences, with an emphasis on issues of process,
design, measurement, analysis and verification providing a strong foundation in engineering principles and
practices as applied to software development.

Objectives:The objective of the programme is to prepare students for professional careers and graduate studies with a balance
between computing theory and practical careers and graduate studies with a balance between computing theory
and practical application of software engineering concepts, methodologies, tools and technologies in the modern
software development environments. Various components have been included in the curriculum to ensure that the
graduates will:Understand and be able to apply mathematics, physical science, computer science and related
disciplines. Have an awareness of current industry standards and practices.
Be able to work in one or more application domains.
Programme Structure BS (SE)
Understand and apply the principles of the team process.
Be able to understand and apply software project
6
management skills: measurement, estimation, costing,
15
planning, deployment and tracking of resources.
37
Have strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Understand professional responsibility and application
15+6
of ethical principles.
SE Design Project

12

General Courses

6
18

Total Number of Credit Hours Total Number of Semesters


Total Duration

At Least 130
Eight (8)
Four (4) Years

15

Elective
SE & Domain Elective Courses
Support Courses Elective
General Courses Core
Major Software Engineering Core Courses
Support Courses Core
Computing Core Courses in CS/SE/CE

18

Curriculum for BS (Software Engineering)


Course
Code

Pre-Req Credit

Course Title

Hrs

Course
Code

Course Title

Pre-Req Credit

Hrs

ACS-101

Semester - I
Introduction to Computing

3+1

ASE-501

Software Requirement Engineering

2+1

ACS-102

Programming Fundamentals

3+1

AGS-502

Probability & Statistics

3+0

AGS-103

Applied Physics

3+1

ACS-503

Computer Communication & Networks

3+1

AGS-104

Calculus & Analytical Geometry

3+0

3+0

English-I (Functional English)

ACS-xxx
ACS-xxx

Elective-I

AHU-105

Semester - V

Total

3+0
18

SE Elective-I
Total

Semester - II

3+0
16

Semester - VI
-

3+0

ACS-601

Human Computer Interaction

3+0

ACS-202

Discrete Structures
Object Oriented Programming

3+1

ASE-602

Software Quality Engineering

2+1

AEE-xxx

Supporting Elective-I

3+1

ASE-603

Software Design & Architecture

3+0

AHU-204

Islamic Studies (University Elective-I)

2+0

Engineering Management

3+0

English-II (Communication Skills)

ASE-604
AHU-605

Object Oriented Software Engineering

AHU-205

ASE-xxx

SE Elective-II

3+0
18

ACS-201

Total

3+0
16

3+0

Semester - III
Introduction to Software Engineering

3+0

ACS-302
AEE-303

Data Structure & Algorithms

3+1

ASE-701

Semester - VII
Software Project Management

3+0

Digital Logic & Design

3+1

ACS-xxx

Elective-II

3+0

AGS-304
AHU-305

Linear Algebra

3+0

AHU-703

3+0

2+0
16

ACS-xxx
ASE-705

Professional Ethics
Elective-III
Project (Preliminary)

3+0

ACS-xxx

Supporting Elective-II

3+0
18

ASE-301

Pakistan Studies (University Elective-II)

Total

Total

0+3

ACS-401

Semester - IV
Operating Systems

3+1

ACS-402

Introduction to Database Systems

3+1

ASE-404

2+1

ACS-xxx

SE Elective - III

3+0

AGS-405

Software Construction
Complex Variables & Transforms

3+0

ACS-xxx

SE Elective - IV

3+0

AHU-406

English-III (Technical Report Writing)

3+0
17

SE Elective - V
Project (Detailed)

3+0

0+3

Total
Core Courses - 43 Credit Hrs

Total
Semester - VIII

ACS-xxx
ASE-705

Total

Software Engir. Courses - 18 Credit Hrs

12

Elective Courses
Course Title
Design Patterns
Software Testing
Software Metrics
Distributed Computing
Information System Audit
Introduction to Soft Computing
Business Process Automation
Software Engineering Economics

Cr Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Course Title
Web-Engineering
Real-time systems
Artificial Intelligence
Discrete Structures II
Data Security and Encryption
Data Warehousing and Data Mining
Formal Methods in Software Engineering
Automata Theory and Formal Languages

Cr Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Course Title
Bio-Informatics
Computer Graphics
Analysis of Algorithms
Artificial Neural Networks
Microprocessor Interfacing
Principles of Programming Languages
Advance Database Management Systems

Cr Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

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FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES


Dean Management Sciences (MS)
Dr. Zeb Jan
Masters (Uni. of Peshawar)
PhD (NUML)

Mr. Waqas A Qurashi


MBA IT (COMSATS)
MS Gen. Management (COMSATS)
PhD in progress

HOD MS
Dr. Sajjad Akbar
BSc Engineering (UET Lhr.)
MSc Engineering (UET Lhr.)
MBA (CBA Lhr.)
PhD Business Administration
(Summit Uni. USA)

Mr. Shahid Mehmood


MSc Statistics (Punjab)
MBA (Uni. of Peshawar)
MS (Riphah)

HOA MBA
Dr. Sajid Hussain Awan
Masters (Punjab)
PhD (NUML)
Dr. Arshad Zaheer
MBA (Arid)
MS E-Commerce (Preston)
MSc Engineering Management (UET Taxila)
PhD Management Sciences (Foundation)
HOD BBA
Mr. Shahjahan Sarfraz Raja
MPA (Quaid-i-Azam Uni.)
MBA Banking & Finance
(Uni. of Birmingham, UK)

Mr. Shah Muhammad Najmi


MBA IT (PIMSAT)
MS (Riphah)
PhD in progress
Mr. Shoaib Hassan
MBA Finance (MAJU)
MS Finance (MAJU)
PhD thesis in progress
Mr. Muhammad Zahoor
Economics (Punjab)
MBA Finance (AIOU)
MS Finance (MAJU)
PhD Finance, Thesis in progress
(MAJU)
Mr. Numair Ahmed Sulehri
MSc Economics (Uni. of Peshawar)
MBA (IIUI Isb.) MS (Riphah)
PhD Markeeting, thesis in progress

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Mr. Yalman Ansari


BBA Accounting (Wichita State KS, USA)
MBA Management (Thunderbird AZ, USA)
International Certification in Supply Chain
(International Trade Center, Geneva)

Mr. Muddasir Mehboob


MBA (NUML)

Mr. Ahsan Sagheer


MBA Finance (NUML)
MS Finance (MAJU)

Mr. Suleman Khan


CFC
C.A (S.M 1)
MBA Finance (COMSATS)
MS Finance (MAJU)

Mr. Muhammad Shoaib Janjua


MBA Finance (NUML)
MS Finance in progress (Riphah)
Mr. Muhammad Bilal Kayani
MSc BIS (Uni. Of Bolton)
MBA HRM (City Uni. of Cork, Ireland)
Ms. Sara Yaqoob
MIT Info. Technology (Arid)
MS Management Sciences (COMSATS)
Ms. Fozia Malik
MS (Riphah)
MPA (Fatima Jinnah Women University)
PhD thesis in progress
Ms. Maria Farhad
M.A English (Punjab)
MBA (AIOU)
Mr. Muhammad Ali
MBA Finance (Bahria)
MS in progress

Ms. Nazia Parveen


MBA Finance (NUML)
MS HRM (Riphah)

Ms. Hina Saifullah


M.A English Linguistics (Uni of Karachi)
MS in progress
Mr. Ali Khan
MBA Finance (IMC Peshawar)
MS, thesis in progress
Ms. Asiya Gul
MBA HRM (NUML
M.A English Literature (NUML)
MS thesis in progress
Mr. Shahryar Saqib
MBA HRM (UET, Taxila)
Lt Col (R) Saleem Akhtar
MBA Marketing (AIOU)
M.Phil Management Sciences (Foundation)
Mr. Muhammad Zia ul Hasnain
MBA HRM (NUML)

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MS (Business Studies)
APCOMS possesses more than a decade long experience in teaching in management sciences. As a logical
evolution of this sustained effort and after the roaring success of its BBA and MBA programmes, it is now venturing
into the realm of higher education by introducing MS programme in Business Studies. This programme has been
designed to complete the learning loop in business education and bridge the gap between theoretical and practical
knowledge.
MS Programme in Business Studies is specifically designed for candidates having a business background who are
interested in pursuing higher studies in this field. The MS programme will facilitate the development of senior
managerial leadership as well as prepare a competent crop of faculty for imparting high quality education in
management sciences. Through this programme, APCOMS aims at bringing about a qualitative change among the
corporate managers and business academicians by transforming their reactive thinking patterns into proactive and
dynamic behaviour.

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Semester

Course
Code

401-GEN

Course Title

Credit Hrs

Advance Research Methods

Core

Corporat e Governanc e

Core

401-FIN

Investment and Portf olio Management

FI N

401-HR

Performance management System

HR

402-GEN

Economet ric

Core

Bus iness Processes Re Engineering

Core

401-MGMT
I

402-MGMT
II

Fin / HR

402-HR

Strat egic HR Planning

HR

404-FIN

Advanced Corporat e Finance

FIN

402-FIN

Financial Economics

FIN

Financial Modeling

FIN

403-HR

Knowledge Management

HR

404-HR

Human Resource Development

HR

402-MGMT
III

33.3%

33.3%

Core
HR
FIN
33.3%

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Masters in Business Administration (MBA)


HEC Road Map for MBA. The students with varied levels of undergraduate and graduate qualification join MBA programme. HEC
has issued a road map for admissions to MBA Programme. The road map provides three entry routes to the students with 14 of non business
education, 16 years of non business education and 16 years of business education to join MBA Programme. The students with 14 years non
business education must successfully complete minimum 64 Credit Hours (Cr Hrs) Undergraduate Deficiency Courses ( UGCW) whereas the
students with 16 years of non business education must successfully complete 30 Credit Hours ( Cr Hrs) Undergraduate Deficiency Courses
(UGCW) before they join graduate course work (GCW) of 30- 36 Credit Hours including 6 credit hours research thesis to complete MBA
Programme. However the students with 16 years business education will join graduate course work (GCW) of 30- 36 credit hours including 6
credit hours research thesis directly to complete MBA.

Degree Requirements: The students must fulfill the following before they are eligible for award of MBA degree:3.5 years MBA Programme
Undergraduate/Deficiency courses
Graduate Courses

2.5 years MBA Programme


Undergraduate/Deficiency courses
Graduate Courses

1.5 years MBA Programme


Undergraduate/Deficiency courses
2 years EMBA Programme
Note:

7 semesters and 96 Cr Hrs.


The student admitted in this program will have to complete 64-66 Cr Hrs
undergraduate courses work (UGCW) to complete the deficiency.
After completing the deficiency courses with a min. of 2.3CGPA on the
scale of 4.00, they will be required to take 30-36 Cr Hrs graduate course
work (GCW) including 6 Cr Hrs research thesis.
5 semesters and 66 Cr Hrs.
The student admitted in this program will have to complete 30 Cr Hrs
undergraduate courses work (UGCW) to complete the deficiency.
After completing the deficiency courses with a min. of 2.3 CGPA on the
scale of 4.00, they will be required to take 30-36 Cr Hrs graduate course
work (GCW) including 6 Cr Hrs research thesis.
3 semesters and 30-36 Cr Hrs.
The student admitted in MBA programme will complete 30-36 Cr Hrs
graduate course work (GCW) including 6 Cr Hrs research thesis.
4 semesters and 66 Cr Hrs.

GAT / Entry Test for MBA admissions as per UET Taxila Policy.

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Core Courses MBA 3.5 Yrs


Semester

II

III

Cours e C ode

Cr e dit H rs

304- MG M T

S tr a t e gic M a na g e m e n t

315-GEN

Principles of Micro econom ics

303- MG M T

Pr oje ct M a na ge m e nt

Principles of Managemen t

310- G E N

Bu sin e ss & Cor po ra t e La w

3 03-ACC

Fin ancial Accounting-I

313- MG M T

Cu stom e r R e lat ionsh ip M a na g e m e n t

301-GEN

Bus in ess Com munications

314- MG M T

T ot a l Q ua lit y M a na g e m e nt

323-GEN

Bus in ess Statistics

308-F IN

F ina ncia l E c onom ics

301-MKT

Principles of Marketing

301-MGMT

30 2-HR

Introduction to HRM

3 04-ACC

Fin ancial Accounting-II

322-GEN

Principles of Macroe cono mics

308-MKT

Marketin g Management

301-FIN

Bus in ess Finance

310-GEN

Bus in ess an d Corporate L aw

3 02-ACC

Managerial Accounting

305-GEN

310-MGMT

Electives
Cou rse
Cod e

Co urse Title

307-FIN

Fin an cial R eporting

315-FIN

Fin an cial Markets and Institution s

305-FIN

Investm ent & Portfolio Managem ent

Bus in ess Research & R eport W riting

304-FIN

Corpo rate Restru cturing

Project Man agem ent

Fin ancial Management

303-MKT

Brand Management

Entrep ren eurship and Innovatio n

302-MKT

Advertisin g & Promotion

306-MKT

Marketin g Res earc h

307-MGMT

Leadership and O rganizatio nal


Behaviour
Managem ent Inform ation Sys tem s

307-MKT

Services Marketing

304-MGMT

Strategic Management

303-SCM

Advanc e Research Meth odology

Operatio ns Research &


Trans portation Managem ent

Elective-I

305-SCM

Supply C hain Managem ent

Elective-II

307-SCM

Outsou rc ing & Wareh ousing Managem ent

306-SCM

Logistics Managem ent

306-GEN

316-GEN

VII

Cou rs e Tit le

30 5-HR

VI

Cou rs e Code

Bus in ess Mathem atics

316-FIN

C redit Hrs

318-GEN

303-MGMT

IV

Cours e Title

Core Courses MBA 1.5 Yrs

311-MGMT

312-MGMT

Qu an titative To ols & Techniqu es


fo r Res earch
International Bu sin ess

FIN

MKT

SCM

309 -HR

Training and Develo pment

Elective-III

308 -HR

Rec ruitmen t & Selection

Elective-IV

Seminar in Management

304 -HR

Com pensation Struc tures Develo pmen t

Thesis

305 -HR

Career Management & Planning

HR M

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Core Courses MBA 2.5 Yrs


Credit
Hrs

Business Mathematics

Principle of Microeconomics

Principle of Management

Financial Accounting-I

Business Communications

Business Statistics

Principles of Marketing

Introduction to HRM

Financial Accounting-II

Principle of Macroeconomics

Sem
Semester III

318GEN
315GEN
301MGMT
303ACC
301GEN
323GEN
301MKT
302HR
304ACC
322GEN

Course Name

Semester IV

Code

Semester V

Semester II

Semester I

Sem

Code

Course Name

304- Strategic Management


MGMT
306- Advance Research Methodology
GEN

306GEN
319FIN

Credit
Hrs
3
3

Elective I & II

Quantitative Tools for Research

Strategic Finance

Elective III & IV

316- Cases In Management


MGMT
310- Strategic Marketing
MKT
Thesis

3
3
6

Core Courses Executive MBA (EMBA)


318GEN
315GEN
301MGMT
303ACC
301GEN
323GEN
301MKT
302HR
304ACC
322GEN

Course Name

Credit
Hrs

Business Mathematics

Principle of Microeconomics

Principle of Management

Financial Accounting-I

Business Communications

Business Statistics

Principles of Marketing

Introduction to HRM

Financial Accounting-II

Principle of Macroeconomics

Sem

Semester III

Code

Semester IV

Semester II

Semester I

Sem

Code

320GEN
305GEN
310GEN

Course Name

Credit
Hrs

Business Finance

Business Research Methods

Business & Corporate Law

Elective-I

Elective-II

317- Management Information System


MGMT
325- Production & Operations Management
GEN
318- Financial Management
GEN

3
3
3

Elective-III & IV

Project Research Report

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Masters of Commerce (M. Com)


M.Com. programme of APCOMS is designed to fulfill the needs of commerce graduates
fully capable of handling the matters related to Accounts, Finance, Audit, Taxation and
Banking. It is a two year rigorous program designed to equip students with the latest tools
available in the field of commerce and business. M.Com graduates are generally required
by organizations for entry-level as well middle management positions in accounting, finance,
banking and audit departments. M.Com programme will be offered in following
specializations:Audit & Taxation
Banking & Finance

Salient Features:HEC Recognized Degree Program


Exemptions offered by ACCA and ICMAP on the basis of M.Com Degree
Affordable fee structure with special concession to Army Wards.
Computerized Accounting, Finance and Auditing Teaching
Seminars and workshops by professionals, Entrepreneurs and Corporate Executives.
Programme Discription:Total number of credit hours

At least 66

Management

Total number of semesters

Four (04)

Finance

Semester Duration

19 weeks (16 weeks teaching

Accounting

+ 3 weeks examinations)

Marketing
General

Total Duration

Two (02) Years

Specialization

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CURRICULUM FOR M.COM


CORE CORSES
Course Name

Code

Semester - 4
Credit
Hrs

Semester - 1

601MGMT
601GEN
602GEN
601ECO
601ACCT

E-Commerce

Corporate Governance

Entrepreneurship

Principles of Management

Business Communication &


Professional Speech

Elective III

Quantitative Techniques in Business

Elective IV

Managerial Economics

Total Credit Hours

Accounting for Decision Making

ELECTIVES

15

Banking & Finance

Total Credit Hours


Semester - 2

601MKT
602ACCT
603ACCT
603GEN
601FIN

605GEN
606GEN
607GEN

Code

Principles of Marketing

Managerial Accounting

Fundamentals of Auditing

Business Taxation

Financial Management

Total Credit Hours

15

601BNK
602BNK
603BNK
603FIN
604FIN
605FIN

Semester - 3

604GEN Business Research Methods


602- Human Resource Management
MGMT
602- International Business
FIN

Course Name

Consumer Financing / Small and Medium


Enterprises
Prudential Regulations / Banking Law &
Practice
Treasury and Cash Management
Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
Project Appraisal and Management
International Finance

Audit & Taxation


3
3
3

Elective I

Elective II

3
Total Credit Hours

15

15

609GEN
604ACCT
605ACCT
606ACCT
607ACCT
608ACCT

Advanced Business Taxation


Financial Reporting (IAS / IFRS)
Advanced Auditing / Auditing Standards
Analysis of Financial Statements
Tax Accounting
IT and Audit

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1
18
18
18

102

29

CURRICULUM FOR BBA


Course
Code

Course Name

Status

Credit
Hours

Cou rse
Code

Course N am e

Fundamentals of Accounting
Introduction to Business
Freshman English

CORE
CORE
CORE

3
3
3

106 - MGMT
103- MKT
112- GEN

Project Management
Cyber Marketing
Business Taxation

102-GEN
103-GEN

Introduction to Information Technology


Business Mathematics
Total

CORE
CORE

3
3
15

104- FIN
105- FIN

Corporate Finance
Management of Financial Institutions

2nd Semester
104-GEN

Economics

CORE

102-ACC
102-MGMT
105-GEN

Financial Accounting
Principles of Management
Islamic Studies & Pak Studies

CORE
CORE
CORE

3
3
3

106-GEN

Business Statistics
Total
3rd Semester

CORE

3
15

101-FIN
107-GEN

Introduction to Finance
Oral Communication

CORE
CORE

3
3

101-MKT
103- MGMT
103-ACC

Principles of Marketing
Business Ethics
Cost Accounting

CORE
CORE
CORE

3
3
3

104-MGMT

Total
4th Semester
Total Quality Management
Business Communication &
Professional Speech
Marketing Management

102-MKT
102-FIN
109-GEN

Financial Management
Fundamentals of Database
Total

Credit
Hou rs

6t h Sem est er

1st Semester
101-ACC
101- MGMT
101-GEN

108-GEN

Status

15
CORE

CORE

CORE

CORE
CORE

3
3
15

101-HR
110-GEN

5th Semester
Human Resource Management
International Business

CORE
CORE

3
3

103-FIN
105-MGMT

Money & Banking


Strategic Management

CORE
CORE

111-GEN

Business Research Methods


Total

CORE

3
3
3

102-HR
103-HR
104- MKT

Inter national Human Resource


Management
Str ategic Human Resource Management
Advertising & Pr omotion

CORE
CORE
CORE

3
3

FIN
FIN

3
3

HRM

HRM
MKT

3
3

105- MKT

Sales & Selling Management


Total
7t h Sem est er

MKT

3
27

107- MGMT
108- MGMT

Organizational Behavior
Pr oduction & Operations Management

CORE
CORE

3
3

106- MKT
106- FIN

Strategic Marketing
Analysis of F inancial Statement
Investment Analysis and Portfolio
Management
Compensation Str ucture Development
Job Analysis & Perfor mance
Evaluation Appraisal
Global Mar keting
Consumer Behavior
Total

CORE
FIN

3
3

FIN

HRM

HRM

MKT
MKT

3
3
27

CORE
CORE
CORE
FIN
FIN
HRM
HRM

3
3
3
3
3
3
3

MKT
MKT

3
3
27

107 - FIN
104-HR
105-HR
107- MKT
108- MKT

113- GEN
114- GEN
109- MGMT
108- FIN
109- FIN
106-HR
107-HR
109- MKT
110- MKT

8t h Sem est er
Intr oduction to Social Sciences
Business Law
Entrepr eneurship
Islamic Banking & Financial Markets
Financial Risk Management
Personnel Tr aining & Development
Change Management
Mar keting Resear ch
Br and Management
Total

15

30

PEC CPD Course (One Day Workshop)


Organized by APCOMS

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ARMY PUBLIC COLLE&E OF MANAGEMENT & SCIENCES

B.Sc. Accounting and Finance


This is a four-year honors degree in Accounting and Finance designed to establish the insight of students
in financial accounting, managerial accounting, budgeting, accounting system, internal controls,
financial analysis, financial reporting, internal and external audit, taxation and accounting related issues.
It is a strong programme aiming at bridging the gap in audit and accounting area of business with
morefocus on skill development and other areas of specialization.

The Dual Qualification Edge:


B.Sc. Accounting and Finance is a Certification offered by ACCA Global in Accounting, as such 14
subjects of ACCA are included in the course work of this program. These subjects have beendistributed
among different semesters throughout the program. The students aspiring for getting ACCA
qualification will study these subjects during the regular classes of B.Sc. Accounting and Finance and will
then (he/she) can appear for ACCA exam individually.

Objectives:
To provide strong foundation inaccounting and finance keeping inview the practical applicability of the
knowledge.
To develop the project management skills of the students.
To develop analytical and audit skills of students with respect to finance and accounting.

Support to ACCA Students:


APCOMS at this stage does not intend to hold ACCA exam at itsown premises but will offer support to
the aspirant students in processing their registration with ACCA and appearing in the exam.
Registration and other financial requirements needed for this certification will not be the liability of
APCOMS, however, guidance wiIIbe provided to facilitate the students.

Course Distribution
Course distribution of BSc Accounting and Finance is such that it includes subjects from Finance,
Accounting, Management and others

Finance,15

0 Finance

Accounting
Management ,

10

Account ing,5

o Management
oOthers

and Taxation

At the end of the course work as a requirement of the bachelor programme, the students will have
to prepare a thesis or project. A maximum period of three months will be allowed for the completion
of thesis.

Industrial Tour - ICI

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Curriculum for B.Sc Accounting & Finance


Course
Code
201-GEN
202-GEN
203-ACA
(F3)
201-ACA
(F1)
203-GEN

202-ACA
(F2)
206-GEN
204-ACA
(F4)
204-GEN
201MGMT
205-GEN

206-GEN
207-GEN
201-MKT
205-ACA
(F5)
206-ACA
(F6)

208-GEN
201-ACA
207-ACA
(F7)
208-ACA
(F8)
201-FIN

Course Name
1st Semester
Functional English
Introduction to Information
Technology in Business
Principles of Accounting/ Financial
Accounting (F3)
Principles of Management /
Accountant in Business (F1)
Business Mathematics
Total
2nd Semester
Fundamentals of Cost &
Management Accounting /
Management Accounting (F2)
Business Statistics
Business& Corporate Law /
Corporate & Business Law (F4)
Economics / Business Economics
Management Planning & Control
Islamic & Pak Studies
Total
3rd Semester
Business Communication
Managerial Economics
Principles of Marketing
Management Decision Making /
Performance Management (F5)
Fundamentals of Business Taxation/
Taxation (F6)
Total
4th Semester
Report Writing
Advanced Financial Accounting
Business Reporting / Financial
Reporting (F7)
Fundamentals of Auditing / Audit and
Assurance (F8)
Business Finance
Total

Credit
Hours

Course
Code

201-HR
202-FIN
209-ACA
(F9)
205MGMT
210-ACA
(P1)

3
3
3
3
15

211-ACA
(P2)

203-FIN

212-ACA
(P3)
212-ACA
(P4)
203-FIN
Total

3
3
3
18
3
3
3
3

5th Semester
Human Resource Management
Money Banking & Finance
Financial Markets & Institutions /
Financial Management (F9)
Strategic Management
Business Ethics/ Governance,
Risk and Ethics (P1)
Total
6th Semester
Financial Reporting / Corporate
Reporting (P2)
Fundamentals of International
Finance

Credit
Hours
3
3
3
3
3
15
3
3

Business Analysis (P3)

Advanced Financial Management


(P4)
Islamic Banking & Finance

3
3
15

7th Semester
215-ACA
(P6)
214-ACA
(P5)
210-GEN

3
15
3
3

211-GEN

215-ACA
(P7)

Course Name

204-FIN

3
15

Advance Business & Taxation (P6)


Advanced Management Accounting /
Advanced Performance Management
(P5)
Business Research Methods - I
Elective - I
Elective - II
Total
8th Semester
Business Research Methods - II
Accounting Information System /
Advanced Audit and Assurance
(P7)
Investment Analysis and Portfolio
Management
Elective - III
Elective - IV
Total

3
3
3
3
3
9
3
3
3
3
3
9

Internship - 5 Months
(Internship 1 Month during Semester 5th and 6th
Internship 1 Month during Semester 6th and 7th
Internship 3 Months during Semester 8th)
Final Project Report

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Eligibility Criteria
Post-Graduate Programmes:MS (Electrical Engineering)

B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical / Electronics / Telecommunication / Computer)


with 2.50/4.00 CGPA
Other Eligibility Conditions as per PEC / HEC and UET Taxila will also apply.

MS (Business Studies):

MBA / MPA / M.Com / BBA (16 years of education) with min. 2.50/4.00
CGPA or 50% Marks.

MBA (3 Years, 96 Cr-Hrs):

B.A / B.Sc / B.Com with min. 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 2nd division.

MBA (2 Years, 66-72 Cr-Hrs):

16 years non business education with min. 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 2nd division.

MBA (1 Year, 30 Cr-Hrs):

BBA (16 years business education) with min 2.00/4.00 CGPA

EMBA (2 Years, 66-72 Cr-Hrs):

B.A / B.Sc / B.Com with min. 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 50% marks & 4 years job
experience

M.Com:

B.Com 2 years with min. 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 2nd division.

Under Graduate Programmes:B.Sc (Electrical Engineering):

F.Sc (Pre-Engineering) / A-Level Phy, Maths & Chemistry & equivalent


examinations with 60% marks

BS (Software Engineering):

F.Sc (Pre-Engineering)/ICS student with Phy, Maths & Comp. Science,


A-Level and equivalent examinations with 55% marks

B.Sc Accounting & Finance:

FA, F.Sc, I.Com and equivalent examinations with 50% marks

BBA:

FA/F.Sc/A' Levels and equivalent examinations with 50% marks

Note:

*
*

A-Level pass students must provide equivalence certificate obtainable from the Inter Board
Committee of Chairman, Islamabad.
NAT / GAT / Entry Test as per UET Taxila Policy.

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UET Test or NTS


B.Sc Electrical Engineering
APCOMS Test
BS (Software Engineering) / BBA / B.Sc Acct & Fin / MBA / M.Com
The Test, comprising Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based on intermediate / graduate (for MBA & M.Com) level syllabus, is
meant to evaluate factual knowledge, comprehension and qapplication.
Allocation of Marks:-

BS (SE)

MBA/M.Com/BBA/B.Sc. Acct & Fin

Postgraduate

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Visit of Chairman Board of Governors

37

Medium of Instruction

RULES & REGULATIONS

English is the medium of instruction and examination. In the case of Islamic Studies, it is Urdu/English at the
choice of the student.

Attendance
80% attendance is mandatory.

CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION
Students Evaluation System:

The performance of every student shall be continuously monitored

and assessed throughout the semester. During the semester a student's performance shall be evaluated by
giving quizzes, assignments, mid semester examination, laboratory reports, and project presentations etc. An end
semester examination shall also be given at the end of each semester covering the entire syllabus.
The course teacher shall be responsible for the evaluation of work / performance of the students of his class and
for the award of grades to them on the basis of such evaluation.

Grading Mechanism
Relative Grading (For B.Sc. Electrical, BBA & B.Sc. Accounting & Finance)
Course teacher may award grades on the basis of absolute grading system or relative grading system.
However, it recommended that course grades shall be awarded to the students preferably based on their
relative performance in the course. Grading shall be usually carried out on the basis of normal distribution
curve using statistical methods with B as the class average. However, the course teacher's decision in this
regard shall be considered final. Grades shall be indicated by letters.
There shall be 4-letter grades i.e. A, B, C & D for individual courses with 9 performance levels e.g;
Letter Grades
2 As
3 Bs
3 Cs
1D
F

Performance
A&A
B+, B & BC+, C & CSimple D
Fail

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RULES & REGULATIONS

The grade points assigned to the letter grades


shall be indicated as under:-

The following guideline for the award of Letter


Grades for Engineering Science can be followed
by the course teachers.

Letter Grades

Grade Points

Marks Obtained (%age)

Letter Grade

4.00

90 - 100

A-

3.70

85 - 89

A-

B+

3.30

80 - 84

B+

3.010

75 - 79

B-

2.70

70 - 74

B-

65 - 69

C+

2.30

C+
C

2.00

60 - 64

C-

1.70

55 - 59

C-

50 - 54

Less then 50

1.00

0.00

Absolute Grading (For MBA & M.Com only)


At the end of a semester, students' performance will be graded on the basis of absolute grading system,
as given below:Marks Obtained (%age)

Letter Grades

Grade Point

80 - 100

4.0

75 - 79

B+

3.5

70 - 74

3.0

65 - 69

C+

2.5

60 - 64

2.0

50 - 59

1.0

Less then 50

zero

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Grade Point Conversion Table

RULES & REGULATIONS

Marks Obtained
(%age)

Grade Point
Average (GPA)

Grade 'A-80 to 100


Grade 'B+
79
78
77
76
75
Grade 'B
74
73
72
71
70
Grade 'C+
69
68
67
66
65

Marks Obtained
(%age)

Grade Point
Average (GPA)

Grade 'C

4.00
64
63
62
61
60

3.9
3.8
3.7
3.6
3.5

2.4
2.3
2.2
2.1
2.0
Grade 'D

59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50

3.4
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.9
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.5

1.9
1.8
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0

Grade 'F
Less then 50

Fail

Absolute Grading (For MS Electrical Engineering & MS Business Studies)


Percentage Marks
Obtained

Letter Grade

Grade Points

Above 90%

4.00

Between 85 & 89.99

A-

3.66

Between 80 & 84.99

B+

3.33

Between 75 & 79.99

3.00

Between 70 & 74.99

B-

2.66

Between 65 & 69.99

C+

2.33

Between 60 & 64.99

2.00

Less then 60

0.00

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RULES & REGULATIONS

Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA)


The semester grade point average (SGPA) shall be calculated by multiplying the grade points earned in a course
with the number of credit hours of that course, taking the sum of such products for each course taken in that
semester and finally dividing the result by the total number of credit hours registered in that semester.
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
The cumulative GPA (CGPA) shall be calculated similarly (as that for SGPA) for all the courses taken in all the
semesters of the degree programme.
EVALUATION COMPONENTS
Sessional Awards
Quizzes: There shall be an appropriate number of unannounced quizzes per subject in a semester
Mid Semester Examination: There shall be one mid semester examination of 1.5 to 2.0 hours duration
per subject in a semester after seventh or eighth week of teaching in case of regular semester and after
fourth week in case of optional semester.
Home Assignments / Mini Projects: There shall be an appropriate number of Home Assignments and /
or Mini Projects per subject in a semester.
Laboratory Reports: The students shall submit laboratory reports on each laboratory practical held,
which the course teacher will evaluate. In this case each experiment, design, drawing, project or
assignment shall be considered an examination.
End-Semester Examination
There shall be one End-Semester Examination of 2.00 to 3.00 hours duration covering the entire course
at the end of each semester. The examination shall commence next week after the termination of teaching
session in case of regular semester.
Weighting of Evaluation Components
The final grade shall depend on the marks obtained in each of the evaluation components listed above.
The weighting given to each component is as follows:
Weighting
Evaluation Component
ES
MS
Unannounced Quizzes

10%

10%

Mid Semester Examination


Home Assignments / Mini Projects

20%

20%

10%

10%

Lab Reports / Practical Work

20%

End Semester Examination

40%

60%

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In case of courses not having any laboratory / practical work, the weighting of End Semester Examination
shall be 60%. While in case of courses having only laboratory / practical work, the weighting of laboratory
reports shall be 100%.
In case of Summer Semester only mid and end semester examinations in a subject will be held. The marks
obtained by a student in Quizzes, Assignments and Lab Reports etc will be counted from the previous regular
semester for evaluation and award of grades.
Choice of Questions
There shall be no choice of questions in any of the evaluation components.
Absence from Examination
Absentees in any of the evaluation components shall be awarded zero marks and no makeup or repeat tests
shall be arranged.
Place and Conduct of Examination
Each Mid and End Semester Examination shall be arranged/ conducted by the Controller of Examinations at
the campus of the APCOMS.
Date Sheet
The Controller of Examinations shall issue the date sheet for each mid and end semester examination. Mid
semester examination shall be held on consecutive days excluding holidays which means that no gap shall be
allowed between the two papers of mid semester examination. However, for end semester examination there
may be at least one day gap between two papers.
Summer Internship
Every student shall be required to participate in an eight weeks practical training program during the summer
of their second or third year and submit a formal report to the Head of the Department. Though, non-credited,
the summer internship shall appear on the transcript.
Notification of Result
As soon as possible after the completion of the examination, the Controller of Examinations shall notify the result.

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Re-Checking of Answer Scripts


There shall be no re-evaluation of answer scripts of the end semester examination. However, a candidate
shall be allowed to have his answer scripts rechecked by the Controller of Examinations on payment of
prescribed fee within 15 days of the declaration of the result. The Controller of Examinations shall certify that:The script has not been changed.
No portion of the script has been left unmarked.
The marks awarded in the script have been correctly brought out on its cover.
The grand total on the cover of the script is correct.
The grand total on the cover of the script is correctly transferred to the award list.
The result has been correctly posted and notified.
Academic Deficiencies
A student, who obtains one or more of the following in a semester result, shall be considered academically
deficient:One or more "F" grades in a semester.
SGPA less than 1.50 at the end of 1st semester
CGPA less than 2.00.
Academic Dismissal
A student who fails to obtain a minimum GPA of 1.50 at the end of 1st semester of a degree program
shall be placed on academic probation for the 2nd semester. In case, he fails to improve his CGPA to
2.0 at the end of academic year including summer semester opportunity for the failed courses of 1st and
2nd semesters, his name shall be removed from the rolls of the APCOMS.
On disciplinary grounds (decision of the Disciplinary Committee will be final in the regard)
Relegation
A student will be relegated to the next junior semester due one or more of the following: Fails in more then 50% of subject in a semester, as mentioned in the table given below.
Subjects Registered in a Semester
7
6
5
4
3
2

Failed
4
4
3
3
2
2

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CGPA less then 2.0 in two consecutive semesters.


Due to long (more than 30 days) absence.
On disciplinary grounds (decision of the Disciplinary Committee will be final in the regard)
Note: Only ONE relegation through out the degree programme is allowed. If a student earns a SECOND relegation
his/her name will be removed from the rolls of APCOMS.
Re-admission
Re-admission in the first year, without going through the admission process, is granted to only those
undergraduate students who have been dismissed on academic grounds but only for once. There is no
second re-admission.
Repeating Courses / Improving Grades
If a student obtains 'F' Grade in any course, he shall have to repeat that or an equivalent course.
,
Similarly whenever a student obtains a grade lower than ' C, i.e., D and F he can repeat that course
to improve his grade. A student shall be allowed to repeat a maximum of six courses (18 - 24 credit
hours) to improve the grades.
An academically deficient regular student shall be allowed to repeat / improve the courses during the
summer semester only. While the academically deficient casual student shall be allowed to repeat /
improve the courses either during summer semester or whenever the teaching and examination
schedule makes it possible for him to register himself for the courses and to take the End Semester
Examination. In case of repetition/ improvement of a course the student shall have to pay tuition,
registration and examination fee as prescribed by the APCOMS.
As soon as a student repeats a course, his previous grade for that course whether low or high shall be
cancelled, and only the latest grade earned by the student shall be considered for the computation of
CGPA.
In case a student repeats the course which has already been taken, the old grade will be substituted
with the new grade, (for CGPA calculation) but in case a student takes a new course in lieu of the
course in which he failed, both the grades will be reflected on his transcript, i.e. old course grade and
new course grade.
Transcript of Awards
A Transcript of Awards shall be issued to each student after completion of the degree programme on
the payment of prescribed fee.

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Provisional Certificate
A candidate who fulfills all the requirements for the degree shall be issued a provisional certificate on the payment
of prescribed fee before the issuance of the degree. This provisional certificate will not itself confer any right or
privilege for admission to the degree.
University Degree

The degree shall normally be issued to the graduates at the time of APCOMS' Convocation without any fee.
However, a graduate after obtaining the provisional certificate can apply for the issuance of degree before
convocation on payment of prescribed fee. The fee shall also be charged from the graduates who receive the
degree in absentia after the convocation.

Industrial Visit - Netsol Lahore

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ARMY PUBLIC CDLU&E OF MANAiiEMENT & SCIENCES

Dress Code
The students are required to adhere to the following dress code:

Under Graduate
Girls/Ladies

Boys/Men

White Shalwar Kameez & Maroon Dupatta

White Shirt, Grey Trousers & Blue Tie

Blue Blazer with duly Stitched College Badge

Blue Blazerwith duly Stitched College Badge

Black Shoes & Black Socks

Black Shoes & Black Socks

Post Graduate
Girls/Ladies

Boys/Men

Shalwar Kameez NoShort/Round Shirts

Closed Collar

No Sandals

No Jackets

NoJackets

NoChappals

future. The future plans are manifested through:-

FIESTA13

Sports & Fun Fair

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PICTORIAL VIEW

Visit of Chairman Board of Governor

PECs Visit

PEC CPD (One Day Short Workshop)

NCEACs Visit

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Convocation 2012

Scholarship Award Ceremony 2014

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