Final Projects by Hajvery University Engineering Students

Final Projects by Hajvery University Engineering Students
Final Projects by Hajvery University Engineering Students

An Engineering Students Final Project is the apex of all his theoretical knowledge, lab experiments, seminars, tours and study periods. It involves,

a) Design based on engineering principals.
b) Procurement of material / spares.
c) Fabrication of Projects.
d) Test & Trial Stage.
e) Presentation of Functional / Working Model.

This is a systematic and painstaking process where students select the project of their interest from the list given by Engineering Department or of his own choice. Then comes the stage of preparation & presentation of synopsis by each group.

A Project Review Committee headed by Prof. Dr. Naeem Akhtar (Dean Faculty of Engineering) with Prof. Dr. Manzar Saeed (HOD Faculty of Engineering) and other members like Dr. Nawaz (Assistant Professor), Lecturer Engr. Shoaib Pervaiz and Lecturer Akhtar Rasool evaluated and approved the projects. Presentations are attended by all available faculty members. Projects are approved based on,
a) Standard at par with standard of undergraduate electrical engineering.
b) Availability of spares in land / abroad.
c) Practicability of the projects.
d) Preferably hardware based, however, software oriented assimilation projects are also acceptable.

Each group is assigned a Project Advisor (a Faculty Member) under whose direct supervision the project is assembled in HU Project Lab. Hajvery University Final Semester Projects of Batch-1 were displayed on May 23, 2011. In all, there were eleven projects. External Examiners duties were performed by Maj. Gen. (R) Muhammad Asaad HI(M), Ex Director General of Inspection and Technical Development of Pak Army. Prof. Dr. Engr. Naeem Akhtar, Dean was Internal Examiner with his team comprising Prof. Dr. Engr. Manzar Saeed (HOD), Dr. Muhammad Nawaz and Lecturer Akhtar Rasool.

Each group was thoroughly interviewed about different stages of progress pertaining to their projects. Then each group was allowed to exhibit their project. It was indeed heartening to observe that all the projects were based on latest technologies and were prepared with skilful assemblies. Each project passed the test of functionability. It was a perfect exhibition of engineering talent and innovation. The project display continued for 2nd day, i.e. May 24, 2011 as well. Maj. Gen. (R) Muhammad Asaad HI(M) at the end of thorough analysis, dissection, discussion and exhibition of these eleven functional projects was extremely satisfied. He said that the standard of the students as well as projects are much above than other a like institutions and HU must be proud of this most successful exhibition of running projects.