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Qurtuba University of Science & Information technology Peshawar frequently arranges seminars, workshops, and lectures on different topics.

On 25th August, 2014 Syed Sabih Ibn Saddique, a renowned scholar from University of Madina Munawara (UMM) was invited to deliver his lecture on the topic, “Vision Development and Goal Setting: A Comparison of the Islamic and Western Idea of Success”.

Addressing on the occasion, he emphasized on importance of Character building of the students to make them a useful and responsible citizen. He said education as well as moral training of the students is very significant and teachers must focus on imparting moral values of honesty, patience and truthfulness.

The speaker stressed that our success lies in the four fundamental features to have excellence.

1.      Consistency

2.      Achievement

3.      Meaningfulness

4.      All Inclusiveness

He further highlighted that our goal must be “an Ideal role model”, and that must be based on “perfection and consistency”. This could be achieved by following God Almighty and His Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW). He further added that Muslim Ummah could easily solve their problems if they follow the teachings of Quran and Sunnah: both are the sources of high moral principles and excellent values. Finally, he preferred a “Cosmopolitan Outlook” rather “a parochial one”. The lecture was attended by a large number of faculty members and students. 

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Saturday, 23 August 2014 09:31

MS Compuer Science

MS Computer Science (4 SEMESTERS)

Eligibility: BS (CS/IT) 4-year or equivalent

 ·       Duration of Study: The MS/M Phil (Computer Science) program curriculum is minimum of 30 credit hours shall normally span two academic years of study, and the maximum period of study is three years. Special permission is acquired in case of any delay. This program comprises four regular semesters each of 4 to 6 months duration. First two semesters are reserved to cover the core and advance level courses in the area of specialization. The last two semesters are allocated to research work, which will include publication of research papers, seminars, and theses write up.

 

1st Semester

 

CS506

Advance Algorithm Analysis

(3CH)

 

CS512

Advance Theory of Computation

(3CH)

 

RMT500

Research Methodology (Elective l)

(3CH)

 

CS

Elective ll

(3CH)


2nd Semester

 

CS

Elective lll

(3CH)

 

CS

Elective IV

(3CH)

 

CS

Elective V

(3CH)

 

CS

Elective VI

(3CH)


3rd Semester

 

CS

Research Thesis (Partial Registation)

(3CH)

4th Semester

 

CS

Research Thesis (Partial Registration)

(3CH)

 


Thursday, 21 August 2014 06:25

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BS(Physics)

BS(HONS) Physics (8 SEMESTERS)

Eligibility: F.Sc or equivalent

 

1st Semester  (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY101

Elementary Mechanics

(3CH)

 

PHY103

Waves and Oscillation

(3CH)

 

ENG100

English Composition & Conprehension

(3CH)

 

MGT109

Principles of Management

(3CH)

 

MTH110

Callculus I

(3CH)

 

PHY105

Lab-1

(2CH)


2nd Semester (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY102

Electricity and Magnetism -I

(3CH)

 

PHY104

Thermodynamics & Kinetic Theory

(3CH)

 

MTH112

Calculus II

(3CH)

 

ENG204

Communication Skills

(3CH)

 

SSC104

Islamiat & Pakistan Studies

(3CH)

 

PHY106

Lab-II

(2CH)


3rd Semester (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY201

Electronics & Modern Physics

(3CH)

 

PHY203

Differentials Equation I

(3CH)

 

PHY203

Electicity & Magnestism II

(3CH)

 

CS300

Introfduction to Computer

(3CH)

 

ENG109

Technical & business Writing

(3CH)

 

PHY205

Lab III

(2CH)


4th Semester (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY202

Basic Electroncs

(3CH)

 

PHY204

Molecular Physics

(3CH)

 

ST204

Probability & Statistics

(3CH)

 

MTH210

Linear Algebra

(3CH)

 

HRM202

HRM

(3CH)

 

PHY206

Lab IV

(2CH)


5th Semester (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY301

Classical Mechanics

(3CH)

 

PHY305

Solid State Physics - I

(3CH)

 

PHY303

Math. Methods of Physics - I

(3CH)

 

PHY307

Electronics Devices and Circuits

(3CH)

 

PHY309

Quantum Mechanics I

(3CH)

 

PHY311

Lab-VI

(2CH)


6th Semester (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY302

Math. Methods of physics-II

(3CH)

 

PHY304

Quantum Mechanics-II

(3CH)

 

PHY306

Solid State Physics II

(3CH)

 

Phy308

ComputationalPhysics I

(3CH)

 

PHY310

Digital Electronics

(3CH)

  PHY312 Lab-VI (2CH)


7th Semester (Download Course Contents)

 

PHY401

Statistical Physics

(3CH)

 

PHY403

Classical Electro Magnetism I

(3CH)

 

PHY405

Nuclear Physics I

(3CH)

 

PHY

Optional I

(3CH)

 

PHY

Optional II

(3CH)

  RMT411 Research Methodology For Natural Sciences (3CH)


8th Semester

 

PHY402

Computational Physics II

(3CH)

 

PHY404

Classical Electro Dynamics

(3CH)

 

PHY406

Nuclear Physics II

(3CH)

 

PHY

Optional III

(3CH)

  PHY Optional IV (3CH)
  PHY412 Thesis in lieu of Optional Courses (6CH)
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