Civil Engg

Dear Students, the fact that you are browsing the pages of this document is reflective of your interest in becoming part of this institution. I wish that you make an intelligent and correct decision in selecting a field of studies leading to the profession as your future career. While making this decision I am sure that you would have had complete information about Sarhad University generally and the Faculty of Engineering particularly.


Under the Faculty of Engineering, three degree programs namely Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering are being offered at the new purpose-built campus (Ring Road) of the University.
All the disciplines are having well equipped laboratories and highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty. This fact is recognized by the Pakistan Engineering Council, the statutory body that accords the accreditation and recognition to the engineering qualification and profession.
Dear Students, it will be of prime interests to you that the Pakistan Engineering Council has accredited Electrical Engineering degree program while the other two disciplines Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering have received commendation and appreciation from the Visitation Teams of the Council during during their interim visit to the Civil Engineering Degree Program and Zero visit to the Mechanical Engineering Degree Program, respectively.


I am confident that, the choice of your joining this Institution will make you a beacon light to those interested in seeking quality technical education.We will welcome you as students of Faculty of Engineering and make you achieve your scholastic ambition with high colors.

The mission of the Civil Engineering Department of Sarhad University of Science and Information Technology is to impart knowledge through research and modern teaching techniques.Apart from the teaching mission, the department also aims to produce competent engineers who are able to meet the challenges of the modern world.


The department does not believe on just teaching theory but emphasizes on practical side of civil engineering as well. For this purpose, laboratories are set up which are equipped with state of the art equipments.


Study tours are regularly arranged for the students to make them familiar with the practical implementation of the technology.
The department is also aimed of establishing the research environment. For this purpose, students are assigned different projects in their 7th and 8th semester. Moreover, the faculty members are also busy in their research on different topics.
As the department aims to enhance the quality of life for the people, therefore, the university offers scholarships for those students who show outstanding results in different semesters.

Admissions to Bachelor of Engineering Programs shall be open to:
1) Candidates who have passed Intermediate (Pre-Engineering Examination) with the subjects of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry from a recognized BISE in Pakistan or any other equivalent examination with at least 60% unadjusted marks. Diploma Holders:
2) Candidates possessing B-Tech (Pass) Degree or 3-years Post-Matric diploma of Associate Engineer in the relevant Technology with at least 60% unadjusted marks. All Candidates are required to appear in ETEA/centralized entry test. Foreign students need to pass entry/aptitude test conducted by the University.

Engr. Prof. Dr. Sher Afzal Khan
Engr. Prof. Dr. Sher Afzal Khan
HOD
hod.civil@suit.edu.pk
Ph.D (Civil Engg)
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Engr. Prof. Fazal Khaliq
Professor

M. Sc
Engr. Dr. Khalid Mahmood
Engr. Dr. Khalid Mahmood
Associate Professor

Ph.D,M.S
Engr. Dr. Qaiser Iqbal
Engr. Dr. Qaiser Iqbal
Assistant Professor

Ph.D, M.S
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Engr. Dr. Abdul Nabi Lashari (Leave)
Assistant Professor

Ph.D
Engr. Shahab Ahmad
Engr. Shahab Ahmad
Assistant Professor
shahab.civil@suit.edu.pk
Ph.D(in progress),MSc
Engr. Adil Shahzad
Engr. Adil Shahzad
Assistant Professor
adil.civil@suit.edu.pk
MSc Structural Engineering, UET, Peshawar Pakistan
Mr. Syed Jalal Shah
Mr. Syed Jalal Shah
Assistant Professor
jalal.civil@suit.edu.pk
M.A,B.Ed
Engr. Khurram Saleem
Engr. Khurram Saleem
Assistant Professor
khurram.civil@suit.edu.pk
Ph.D (In Progress), MS
Engr. Fazli Karim
Engr. Fazli Karim
Assistant Professor
karim.civil@suit.edu.pk
Ph.D,MSc
Engr. Hanif Ullah
Engr. Hanif Ullah
Assistant Professor
hanif.civil@suit.edu.pk
Ph.D (in progress),MSc
Engr. Adnan Afridi
Engr. Adnan Afridi
Assistant Professor

Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Engr. Abdul Waheed
Engr. Abdul Waheed
Assistant Professor

M.S,B.Sc
Engr. Muhammad Ali Musarat
Engr. Muhammad Ali Musarat
Coordinator/Lecturer
musarat.civil@suit.edu.pk
M.Sc (Construction Engg. Mgt.)
Engr. Arbab Imran Khan
Engr. Arbab Imran Khan
Lecturer
arbab.civil@suit.edu.pk
M.S Structural Engineering (In Progress) Iqra National University
Engr. Hassan Khan
Engr. Hassan Khan
Lecturer
hassan.civil@suit.edu.pk
M.Sc (in progress),B.Sc
Miss. Mahvish Nisar
Miss. Mahvish Nisar
Lecturer
mahvish.civil@suit.edu.pk
M.Phil (in progress),M.A
Miss. Nazia Gulzar
Miss. Nazia Gulzar
Lecturer
nazia.civil@suit.edu.pk
Ph.D (in progress),M.Phil,MA,M.Ed
Mr. M. Waqar Khan
Mr. M. Waqar Khan
Lecturer

MS (Mathematics)
Engr. Muhammad Kamran
Engr. Muhammad Kamran
Lecturer

MS (Information Technology)
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Engr. M. Majid Naeem
Lecturer

MS (in progress)
Engr. Sajjad Ali
Engr. Sajjad Ali
Lecturer

M.Sc (in progress),B.Sc
Engr. Nadeem Shah
Engr. Nadeem Shah
Lecturer

MS,B.Sc
Engr. Usman Khan
Engr. Usman Khan
Lecturer

MS (Civil Engg)
Engr. Basit Ali
Engr. Basit Ali
Lab Engineer

MS ,BE
Engr. Sida Hussain
Engr. Sida Hussain
Lab Engineer

MS (in progress),BS
Engr. M. Waleed Sarwar
Engr. M. Waleed Sarwar
Lab Engineer

MS ,B.E
Engr. Numan Zahid
Engr. Numan Zahid
Lab Engineer

M. Sc (in progress) ,B.Sc
Engr. Wisal Khan
Engr. Wisal Khan
Lab Engineer

MS (in progress) ,B.Sc
Engr. Salman Khan
Engr. Salman Khan
Lab Engineer

M.Sc (in progress),B.Sc
Engr. Sameer Ahmed Mufti
Engr. Sameer Ahmed Mufti
Lab Engineer

BE (Civil Engg)
Engr. Hanif Ullah
Engr. Hanif Ullah
Lab Engineer

B.Sc (Civil Engg)
Engr. Muhammad Umair Khan
Engr. Muhammad Umair Khan
Lab Engineer

BE (Civil Engg)
Engr. Bilal Khan
Engr. Bilal Khan
Lecturer

MS.Environmental Engineering NUST, Islamabad
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Engr.Azam Amir (Leave)
Lecturer

M.Sc (in progress),B.Sc

One Day Workshop on Engaged Community Learning

News & Updates Description:

As part of SUIT Community Services Activities under Project E-Peshawar, A One day Workshop on "Engaged Community Learning in Universities" was jointly organized in August 2016 by Directorate of ICT Affairs SUIT and Pakistan Institute of ICTs for Development.Islamabad.

Project E-Peshawar is a Community Outreach Project jointly launched on 18th October 2014 by SUIT and Pakistant Institute of ICTs for Development (PIID) Islamabad under the latest concepts of ICT4D (ICTs for Developement). 
This project aims to promote and implement the use of Information Communication Technologies(mobiles, computers and internet) in the rural areas/villages in and around rural areas of Peshawar. 

The Guest Speaker of the occasion was Mr. Ammar Jafferi (Advisor to VC on ICT Affairs/ Chairperson PIID).

All the nominated Faculty members of different departments and the student volunteers participated in this Workshop for understanding concept of Engaged Community Learning. Prof. Dr. Nazir Shah Khattak ( Acting Vice Chancellor, SUIT) was also present on the occasion and appreciated the new concept of ECL to be incorporated in Academia/Higher Education.



Publications by Dr. Khalid Mahmood

  1. Khalid Mahmood, Jeong Ho Ryu, Jin-Man Kim, (2012). Effect of Anisotropic Conductivity on Suction and reliability Index of Unsaturated Slope Exposed to Uniform Antecedent Rainfall. Landslides, DOI 10.1007/s 10346-012-0325-9.
  2. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, Reliability Study of Unsaturated Embankment Exposed to Short Duration Rainfall Pattern, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering (EJGE), 16(E) (2011) pp. 629-641.
  3. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, Effect of Anisotropic Conductivity on the Reliability Index of Upstream Slope during Drawdown Condition, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering (EJGE), 16 (J) (2011) pp. 1019-1030.
  4. Khalid Mahmood, Won-Beom Kim, Hyung-Sik Yang, (2011). A Parametrical Study of Tunnel-Pile Interaction using Numerical Analysis, Journal of Geosystem Engineering, Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 169~174.
  5. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, (2012). Seepage Face and Reliability Indexes of Anisotropic Homogeneous Dam at Steady State Condition. Korean Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 33~40.
  6. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, (2012). Effect of Hydraulic Conductivity on Suction Profile and Stability of Cut-Slope during Low Intensity Rainfall. Korean Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 28, No. 6, pp. 63~70.
  7. Muhammad Safdar, Jin Man Kim, Khalid Mahmood, (2013). Dynamic properties of Marine Silty Sand, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering Vol. 18, pp. 5895~5904.
  8. Muhammad Tayab Naqash, Khalid Mahmood, Salim Khoso, An overview on the seismic design of braced frames, American Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 41~47
  9. Khalid Mahmood, Jin Man Kim, Ziaur Rehman, M Ashraf, The Effect of Soil Type on Matric Suction and Stability of Unsaturated Slope under Uniform Rainfall. KSCE, (DOI)1007/s12205-015-0796-z
  10. Shoukat, Z. Rehman, K. Mahmood, H. Mujtaba, M. Ashraf, M. Hussain “Geotechnical Site Evaluation of Collapsed Margalla Tower in Islamabad due to October 2005 Muzzafarabad Earthquake”. (Avilable online in Journal of UET Texila)
  11. Khalid Mahmood, Ziaur Rehman, Khalid Farooq. One Dimensional Equivalent Linear Ground Response Analysis- A Case Study of Collapsed Margalla Tower in Islamabad During 2005 Muzafarabad Earthquake (Accepted in Applied Geophysics)
  12. Khalid Mahmood, Muhammad Safdar, Dhileep M Keveyad The Suction Profile and Reliability Index of Saturated-Unsaturated MH and CL Soil Slope at Low Intensity Uniform Rainfall. (Submitted to Journal of Soils and Foundation)
  13. Khalid Mahmood, HyungSik Yang, (2007). A Parametrical Study of Tunnel-Pile Interaction using Numerical Analysis. Proceeding of Korean Society of Rock Mechanics (KSRM), Jeju-do, South Korea, pp. 211-215.
  14. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, (2010), Reliability Study of Embankment with Rainfall Infiltration at Different Suction and Anisotropic Permeability. International Symposium on Lowland Technology (ISLT), Saga, Japan, pp.277-281.
  15. Khalid Mahmood,Hee-Beom Lee, Jin-Man Kim, (2011). The Effect of Anisotropic Conductivity on Suction and Reliability Index of Unsaturated Embankment. Proceeding of Korean Geotechnical Society (KGS), Dongguk University, Seoul, South Korea, pp. 221 (Avilable in CD).
  16. Khalid Mahmood,Hee-Beom Lee, Jin-Man Kim, (2011).Reliability Study of unsaturated embankment exposed to different rainfall pattern,Proceeding of Korean Geotechnical Society (KGS), Dongguk University Seoul Korea, pp. 221
  17. Khalid Mahmood, Min-Woo Kang, Jin-Man Kim, (2011). Probabilistic Assessment of Slope Stability in Anisotropic Permeable Dam at Drawdown Condition. Proceeding of the Local Conference of Korean Civil Engineering Society, Busan, South Korea, pp. 165-168.
  18. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, (2011). Safety Factor of Anisotropic Levees during Drawdown Condition. Proceeding of the Local Conference of Korean Civil Engineering Society, Busan, South Korea, pp. 169-172.
  19. Jeong Ho Ryu, Hyun Jin Lee, Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, (2011).Seismic Performance of Stone Column in Soft Clay using 1g Shaking Table Tests. The 14th Asian Regional Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, HongKong, China (Avialble in CD).
  20. Jin-Man Kim, Khalid Mahmood,Jeong Ho Ryu, (2012). Site Response and Shear Behavoir of Stone-Column Improved Ground under Seismic Loading. Submitted to 15thWorld Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, Portaugal
  21. Khalid Mahmood, Jin-Man Kim, (2011).The Suction Profile of Unsaturated Cut-Slope at Different Hydraulic Conductivity using Low Inyensity Rainfall. International Symposium on Lowland Technalogy (ISLT), Bali, Indonesia
  22. Shamas Shoukat Ali, Khalid Mahmood, M. Ashraf Tanoli, M. Atiq Tariq, (2014), Geotechnical Investigation of Collapsed Margalla Tower due to 2005 Muzzafarabad Earthquake. International Workshop on Civil Engineering and Architecture IWCEA-2014, Istanbul, TURKEY


Publications by Dr. Qaiser Iqbal

  1. Ullah, A., Khan, F.A., Khan, J., Iqbal, Q. and Ali, S., Database Software Development for Physico-chemical and Bacteriological Water Quality Parameters, Nova Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences Vol 2(5), May 2014: 1-5
  2. Ahmad M., Iqbal Q., and Khan F.A., (2013), Profiling and zoning and Geotechnical Sub-Soil data using Geographic information system, Science International (ISSN 1013-5316), Vol. 25 Issue 3, p531.
  3. Ullah A., Iqbal Q., and Khan F.A. Ashraf, S., (2013), Impact of urbanization on potable water quality: A bacteriological case study of Bannu City, Science International (ISSN 1013-5316), 25(4), pp 559-564.
  4. Shah, SZ., Sayab M., Aerden D., Iqbal Q. and Ahmad J., (2012), Multipede microstructures of the Swat region of NW Himalaya: Tectonic witness of late EW bulk crustal shortening, Journal of Himalayan Earth Science, Vol-45(2)-2012.
  5. Shah S.Z, Sayab M., Aerden D., and Iqbal Q., (2012), Formation mechanism and tectonic significance of millipede microstructures in the NW Himalaya, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Volume 59, 1 October 2012, Pages 3–
  6. Ahmad I., Sayab M., and Iqbal Q., (2010), Numerical modeling of conjugate ‘Riedel’ deformation bands in sandstone, Proceedings of the Journal of Himalayan Earth Sciences, Vol. 43.
  7. Ullah H., Karim F., Mehmood K., Iqbal Q., (2017), Moisture sensitivity evaluation of hot mix asphalt using hydrated lime as filler, International Journal of Structures and Geotechnical Engineering. Vol. 06 NO. 03, July 2017
  8. Ullah, N., Iqbal, Q., Ashraf, S., Khan, R., Khattak, M.I., (2016), Thermal efficiency monitoring of two storied building in Peshawar – Pakistan, Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, Vol 3(9), September 2016, 151-164.


Publications by Engr. Hassan Khan

  1. Hassan Khan, Zaigham Ali and Amjad Naseer, “Investigation of Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Light Weight Brick” published in International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering ISSN 2319-5347, Volume 01, No. 01, July 2012.
  2. Khan Shahzada, Muhammad Javed and Hassan Khan, “Strengthening of Brick Masonry Walls against Earthquake Loading” published in International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering ISSN 2319-5347, Volume 01, No. 01, July 2012.
  3. Syed Shahan Ali Shah, Muhammad Ayaz, Hassan Khan, “Traffic Analysis of Warsak Road Peshawar Pakistan” published in International Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Management ISSN 2320-3439, Vol. 02, No. 03, May 2013,pp.58-64.
  4. Khan Shahzada, Bashir Alam, Hassan Khan, “Retrofitting of Brick Masonry column by ferocementing” published in International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering ISSN 2319-5347, Volume 01, No. 02, October 2012.
  5. Hassan Khan, Irshad Ahmad, Khalid Mahmood (2016). Coupled Soil-atmosphere Interaction Model for Abbottabad’s Clay, proceeding of 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Management and Scineces Peshawar, Pakistan,  December 28-30, 2016 (ICETEMS-2016) Peshawar, Pakistan

 

Publications by Engr. Muhammad Ali Musarat

  1. Ali Musarat, M. Zeeshan Ahad (2016). Factors affecting the success of construction projects in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, KICEM Journal of Construction Engineering & Project Management, Vol. 6, No. 4, ISSN: 2233-9582
  2. Muhammad Ali Musarat, Sanaullah, Sikandar Hayat khan & kifayat Ullah (2016). Effect of bentonite on fresh and hardened property of self-compacting concrete, Sarhad University International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (SUIJBAS), Vol. 4, No. 1, ISSN: 2307-552X
  3. Muhammad Ali Musarat, Omair Inderyas, Sheharyar Khan & Dr. Abid Ali Shah (2016). Causes of delay in the execution phase of construction projects in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa Pakistan, Sarhad University International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (SUIJBAS), Vol. 4, No. 1, ISSN: 2307-552X
  4. Aaqib Junaid, Ahmad Jan, Muhammad Ali Musarat (2016). Evaluating the effect of Nylon fibers In Self-Compacting Concrete, proceeding of 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Management and Sciences Peshawar, Pakistan, December 28-30, 2016 (ICETEMS-2016) Peshawar, Pakistan. ISBN No: 978-969-23044-2-9
  5. Shamshad Ali, Muhammad Ali Musarat, Muhammad Ismail, Muhammad Islam (2016). Lack of Plant/Equipment Problems in Construction Industry of KP Pakistan, proceeding of 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Management and Sciences Peshawar, Pakistan, December 28-30, 2016 (ICETEMS-2016) Peshawar, Pakistan. ISBN No: 978-969-23044-2-9
  6. Hussain Ali Khan, Muhammad Ali Musarat, Muhammad Alamgir Khan, Isar Ahmad (2016). Poor workmanship problems in Construction Industry of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa Pakistan, proceeding of 2ndInternational Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Management and Sciences Peshawar, Pakistan, December 28-30, 2016 (ICETEMS-2016) Peshawar, Pakistan. ISBN No: 978-969-23044-2-9
  7. Asad Masroor, Muhammad Ali Musarat, Hussain Ali Khan (2016). Benchmarking the current state of construction safety practices in KP, Pakistan, proceeding of 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Management and Sciences Peshawar, Pakistan, December 28-30, 2016 (ICETEMS-2016) Peshawar, Pakistan. ISBN No: 978-969-23044-2-9

 

Publication by Engr. Sajjad Ali

  1. Sajjad Ali, Naveed Ahmad, “Critical analysis of force-based design procedure for RC SMRF structures,” 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering Management and Sciences (ICETEMS-2016), Dec, 28-29, 2016

 

Publication by Engr. Arbab Imran

  1. Arbab Imran khan, Rahmat Ali, Dr. Abid Ali Shah, M. Zeeshan Ahad (2016), To Investigate The Effects Of Steel Fibers On Mechanical Properties Of Normal Concrete, International Journal Of Engineering And Technology, Vol 6(6), June 2016, 197-202.

 

Publication by Engr. Usman Khan

  1. Khalid Mahmood, Jin Man Kim, Hassan Khan and Usman Khan (2017). Unsaturated seepage flow mechanism and probabilistic slope stability analysis of MH and CL soil with rainfall infiltration, accepted for publication in KSCE journal of civil engineering


S NoTitle of the Seminar/WorkshopDates
1One day CPD seminar on “State of the art in Dam Engineering organized by SUIT in collaboration with PEC2nd January, 2016
2One day Seminar on Word Environment Day-2015,  jointly organized by SUIT and Pakistan Environmental Protection Foundation5th June, 2015
3One-Day Seminar on “Environmental  Protection”-a joint venture of SUIT and British Council, Peshawar Chapter at PC Peshawar20th May, 2015
4One-Day Seminar on “Micro Hydro Power (A case study of Northern Pakistan)26th February, 2015
5Seminar on Water & Waste Water Treatment and Designing12th February, 2015
6Seminar on Road Safety Issues in Pakistan11th February, 2015


Soil Mechanics is an important branch of civil engineering that contributes to the understanding of Soil behavior. Laboratory testing forms an integral part of the studies required to provide engineering parameters in the design of building and bridge foundations, dams, road and airfield pavements, tunnels, embankments and slopes. Our soil mechanics laboratory is well equipped with latest apparatus and provides students with all facilities required to deepen their understanding of the principles governing soil engineering properties and behavior.

  • List of Equiment
  • List of Experiments


In field of Engineering like Civil & Mechanical Engineering Fluid Mechanics laboratory plays a vital & important role. Department of Civil Engineering SUIT,  has well equipped & established Fluid Mechanics laboratory. The Machines, Apparatus & Instruments exist here in this Lab are modern, latest and  are in working condition. Minor and major tests involve in this lab are perform according to recommended standards here. Detailed manual also exist here for each experiment to get help for seekers. This Lab covers practical background of students to explore and investigate academics practically. Students of MS, BS, and M.Tech & B.Tech are beneficiary of mentioned lab by conducting experiments to capture experimental data for their academics as well as Final Projects. This Lab is under the supervision of Engr Khurram Saleem. Two Lab Engr also available here to guide students about test procedures, recommendations & precautions etc


The Concrete laboratory’s testing and research capacity has expanded from year-to-year, as has the diversity of the test services offered. From the beginning, the lab’s primary focus has been to study the strength and durability of construction and road building materials. By continuously expanding the capabilities, the lab is equipped to carry out destructive as well as non-destructive tests to study the durability of aggregates, rocks, soil, concrete, and cement samples. At our PEC accredited test facility, we undertake analysis and testing of a wide range of raw materials and finished products to a variety of national, European and ASTM standards. The Lab is working under the supervision of Engr. Sajjad Ali and Lab Engineer Engr. Sida Hussain.

  • List of Equipment

  • List of Experiments


Material Testing Lab is one of the most important labs in the field of civil engineering. Civil Engineering Department of SUIT, Peshawar has the privilege of having this lab, which is fully equipped with latest machines worth mentioning the Computerized Hydraulic Universal Testing Machine. This lab is capable of performing compressive strength test of concrete and clay bricks, splitting tensile strength test of concrete cylinder, tensile strength test of steel bars, tensile strength test of concrete beams and many more. Material Testing Lab works under the supervision of Engr. Adil Shehzad (Lab In charge) and Engr. Numan Zahid (Lab Engineer).


Survey lab is one of the most essential and important labs in field of civil engineering which provides basic concepts to the students regarding different types of survey. To cope with the need of modern techniques and requirements surveying lab of civil engineering department SUIT Peshawar is fully equipped comprises of best quality surveying instruments worth mentioning Total stations, Theodolites, Auto levels, compasses, GPS and many other advanced instruments to work on different techniques of surveying to perform different types of land survey like levelling, traversing, contouring, plain tabling, fly levelling and road survey etc. Survey lab in civil engineering department SUIT Peshawar works under the supervision of Prof Engr Fazal e Khaliq Jan and lab engineer Engr Salman Khan.



Environmental Engineering Lab helps in the prevention of pollution as air and water testing is carried out in the lab. Because of these tests, various suggestions can be proposed in order to reduce the environmental pollution. The purpose of environmental engineering lab is to make the students aware of the dangerous effects of polluting the environment. With the help of these tests, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Pakistan can keep control on the hazardous emissions by any industry and can protect health of common man. Department of Civil Engineering , SUIT has the perfect equipment to deal with the latest testing. Engr. Shahab Ahmad is the Lab In-charge while Engr. Wisal Khan is the Lab-Engineer of the Environmental Lab.


The Highway Engineering Laboratory of Civil Engineering department is a research laboratory equipped to conduct standard tests for asphalt pavement design and paving materials for undergraduate & graduate teaching, as well as advanced research oriented experiments for assessing the engineering properties and behavior of new paving materials. It is equipped with the main apparatus needed for highway materials, which include asphalt mix tests for the surface, base and sub-base. Also, the laboratory contains all equipment needed for Aggregate Testing, Asphalt Testing, Mix Design Testing, Roughness and skid resistance, Traffic counting and traffic speed investigations. Lab is running under the supervision of Engr Fazli Karim with Lab Engr Sameer Mufti


Computer Lab is one of the essential part of any department. It helps the students for the research and many other purposes. Computer Lab in our department is equipped with the state of the art computers which are adequate to fulfill the requirements of the students. Computer lab is running under the supervision of Engr Muhammad Kamran.

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Table-VI: Laboratory Details(Program-Wise)
Name of Engineering Program: Civil Engineering
Number of Total Engineering+Computing Courses: 17+ 2
Number of Lab Courses:19
Number of Laboratories: 10
S # Name of Laboratory(Staff Names--Qualifications) Lab(s) of Course(s) Conducted in the Lab. Type(s) of Workstations (No. of each type) Nature of Experiments No. of Students per Workstation
1 Engineering Mechanics Lab
1:Engr. Abid Hussain  MSc (Mech)
2:Mr.Bashir Ud Din DAE (Mech)
3:Mr. Muhammad Ishaq   SSC
Engineering Mechanics 1- Hooke's Law Apparatus (1) Hands-on 3 to 4
2- Friction Apparatus (1) Hands-on
3- Co-planar Forces Apparatus (1) Hands-on
4- Parallel Forces Apparatus (1) Hands-on
5- Tie and Jib Crane Apparatus (1) Hands-on
6- Roof Truss Apparatus (1) Hands-on
7- Board and Pulley Apparatus (1) Hands-on
8- Static and Dynamic Balancing Machine (1) Hands-on 5 to 10
9- Torsional Oscillations Apparatus (1) Hands-on 3 to 4
10- Friction Apparatus with Drum & Pulley (1) Hands-on
11-Suspension Bridge Apparatus (1) Hands-on 3 to 4
12-Two Hinged Arch Apparatus (1) Hands-on
13-Centrifugal Force Apparatus (1) Hands-on
14-Comprehensive Governor (1) Hands-on
15-Simple Moment Apparatus (1) Hands-on
16-Center of Gravity Apparatus (1) Hands-on
2 Fluid Mechanics Lab
1. Engr. Khuram Saleem MSc (Hydro  Power)
PhD (In Progress)
2. Engr. M. Tufail  BSc (Civil) MSc(In Progress)
3. Mr. Asad Khan SSC
1- Fluid Mechaics - I
2- Fluid Mechanics - II
1- Hydraulic Bench (1) Hands-on 3 to 4
2- Metacentric Height App. (1) Hands-on
3- Bernoulli's App. (1) Hands-on
4- Impact of Jet App. (1) Hands-on
5- Pipe Friction App (1) Hands-on
6- Osborne Reynolds App.  (1) Hands-on
7-Centrifugal Pump App. (1) Hands-on
8- Dead weight Piston Guage (1) Hands-on
9-Compact Centrifugal Pump Test Set  (1) Hands-on
10-Fluid Friction Apparatus  (1) Hands-on
11-Tilting Flow Channel  (1) Hands-on
12-Compact Reciprocating Test Set  (1) Hands-on
13-Bends and Fitting Friction  (1) Hands-on
14-Mini Pelton Wheel Turbine  (1) Hands-on
15-Mini Francis Turbine  (1) Hands-on
16-Mini Kaplan Turbine  (2) Hands-on
17-Reciprocating Pump (1) Hands-on
3 Environmental Engineering lab
1. Engr. Shahab Ahmad M.Sc (Environmental)
2. Engr. M. Abdur.Rahman BSc (Civil)
MSc(in Progress)
3. Mr. Zahir Khan FA
1.Environmental Engg - I
2.Environmental Engg - II
1. pH meter (2) Demonstration 5 to 6
2. Turbid Meter (1) Demonstration
3. Spectrophotometer (1) Demonstration
4. Jar test apparatus (1) Demonstration
5. Fillteration Asemblly (1) Demonstration
6. Oven (1) Demonstration
7.Water Distillation assembly (1) Demonstration
8.IMhoff cone (1) Demonstration
9.Burettes with stands(5) Demonstration
4 Soil Mechanics Lab
1. Engr. Hassan Khan MSc(Geo Technical - InProgress
2. Engr. Abdur Rehman BSc (Civil)
Msc(InProgress)
3. Mr. Fayyaz Muhammad Middle
1.Soil Mechanics
2.Geo Technical Engineering
1. Direct Shear Test (1) Hands-on 12 to 15
2. Unconfined Compression Test (1) Hands-on
3. Odometer (1) Hands-on
4. Variable Testing Machine(1) Hands-on
5. Permeability Apparatus (1) Hands-on 3 to 4
6. Standard Proctor Test Apparatus (4) Hands-on
7. Modified Proctor Test Apparatus (3) Hands-on
8. Liquid Limit Apparatus (5) Hands-on
9. Plastic Limit Apparatus (5) Hands-on
10.Sieve Sets (2) Projected
11.Specific Gravity (3) Projected
12.Gang Moulds (1) Projected
13.Automatic Compactor (1) Projected
14.Ball and ring apparatus (1) Hands-on
15.Impact Strength Tester (1) Hands-on
5 Engineering Survey Lab
1.Dr.Amanat Choudary Phd(GeoTech)
2.Engr.Hamid Ali BSc (Civil)
3.Mr. Amir Imtiaz SSC
1.Basic Engineering Survey
2.Advance Engineering Survey
3.Survey Camp
1. Engineering Chain (5) Hands-on 3 to 4
2. Total Station (2) Hands-on
3. Theodolite (9) Hands-on
4. Auto Level (15) Hands-on
5. Plane Table (5) Hands-on
6. Prismatic Compass (10) Hands-on
6 Transportation Engineering Lab
1.Engr. Hanif Ullah MSc (Transportation)
2.Engr. Said Younas BSc (Civil)
3.Mr. Najeeb Ullah DAE (Civil)
4.Mr. Waqar Ahmad SSC
1.Transportation Engg-I
2.Transportation Engg - II
1.CBR Machine (1) Hands-on 3 to 4
2.Core Cutter(2) Hands-on
3.Ductility Testing Apparatus(1) Hands-on
4- Impact of Jet App. (1) Hands-on
5- Pipe Friction App (1) Hands-on
6- Osborne Reynolds App. (1) Hands-on
7-Centrifugal Pump App. (1) Hands-on
8- Dead weight Piston Guage (1) Hands-on
9-Compact Centrifugal Pump Test Set (1) Hands-on
10-Fluid Friction Apparatus (1) Hands-on
11-Tilting Flow Channel (1) Hands-on
12-Compact Reciprocating Test Set (1) Hands-on
13-Bends and Fitting Friction (1) Hands-on
14-Mini Pelton Wheel Turbine (1) Hands-on
15-Mini Francis Turbine (1) Hands-on
16-Mini Kaplan Turbine (2) Hands-on
17-Reciprocating Pump (1) Hands-on
7 Material Testing Lab
1. Engr. Adil Shehzad MSc(Structure)
2. Engr. M.Umer Msc (In Progress)
3.Mr. Mussawar Rasool Middle
1- Mechanics of Solids - I
2- Mechanics of Solids - II
3. PRC - I
4. Projects
1- Universal Testing Machine (1) Hands-on 10 to 12
2- Compression Testing Machine Hands-on
8 Concrete Lab
1. Engr. Omair MSc (Structure)
2.Engr.Ali Mussarrat BE (Civil)MSc(In Progress)
3:Mr. Khalail Khan SSC
1. Civil Engg Materials and Construction
2. PRC - I
1. Concrete Vibrating Table (1) Hands-on 5 to 6
2. Briquette Apparatus(1) Hands-on
4. Air Entrained Apparatus(2) Hands-on
6. Vicat Apparatues(5) Hands-on
7. Slump Test Apparatus(4) Hands-on
8. Static and Dynamic Balancing Machine(1) Hands-on 3 to 4
9. Sieve Shaker(1) Hands-on
10. Set of Sieves(1) Hands-on 10 to 12
11. Vee bee Apparatus(1) Hands-on
13. Rebound Hammer(1) Hands-on
14. Electronic Balances(1) Hands-on
15. Forced Convection Oven(1) Hands-on
16. Electronic Concrete Mixer(1) Hands-on
17. Moulds, Cylinders and Cubes (30) Projected
18. 150 Liter AT205 Pan Mixer (1) Projected
19. Curing Tank (1) Projected
20. Pocker Vibrations (1) Projected 10 to 12
21. Single Place Grinding Machine (1) Projected
22. Concrete Flow Table (1) Projected
23. Mortor Mixer,Automatic Control System (1) Projected
24. Three Place Moulds (1) Projected
25. VICAT Needle Apparatus (6) Projected
26. Aggregate Specific Gravity (1) Projected
27. Temperature Control Curing Tank(1) Projected 10 to 12
28.Impact Testing Machine (1) Demonstration
9 Computer Lab
1. Engr. Usman Amjad MSc (Structure)
2. Engr.Usman Khan MSc (in Progress)
3. Mr.Imran, MSc (Lab Incharge)
1. Structure Engineering Software Application (SAP2000)
2. Civil Engineering Drawing and Graphics (AutoCad)
3. Geo Informatics
4. Computer Programming (Visual Studio)
Computers (40) Hands-on 1
10 Engineering Drawing Hall
1. Engr.M.Abdur Rehman MSc (In Progress)
2. Mr. Fayyaz Akhtar SSC
Engineering Drawing for Civil Engineers Drawing Tables (59) Hands-on 1

Program Data

ENGINEERING PROGRAM DATA Table-I:       ACCREDITATION STATUS (PROGRAM WISE)
S # Program Title Accreditation of intake Batches (Intake from-to) Green Signal Zero/Interrim Visits (Intake from-to)
1 Civil Engineering 2007 – 2010 N/A
Table-II          STUDENT SUMMARY (PROGRAM-WISE) Name of Engineering Program: Civil Engineering
Study Year Batech/Enrollment Year No. of Students No. of Section
1st Year 2013 91 2
2nd Year 2012 94 2
3rd Year 2011 92 2
4th Year 2010 118 3
Total 395 9
Table-III         Faculty SUMMARY (PROGRAM-WISE) Name of Engineering Program: Civil Engineering
  Faculty teaching Engineering Subjects Faculty teaching Non Engineering Subjects
BSc MSc PhD TOTAL BSc MSc PhD TOTAL
Program Faculty (Dedicated) 9*+2 8 3 22 ---- 2 ---- 2
Program Faculty  (Shared with programs ----- ----- ----- ---- ---- 2 ---- 2
Shared Faculty (from other programs) 1 ----- ----- 1 ----- ----- ----- ----
Visiting Engg. Faculty (from Industry, or other university)   ----   ------   -----   -----   -----   -----   -----   -----
 
* (MSc in Progress)
Table-IV          STUDENT: TEACHER RATIO (PROGRAM-WISE) Name of Engineering Program: Civil Engineering
A.Total students currently enrolled in the Engineering Program 395
B. Total full time-time dedicated Engineering faculty members 20
Student: Teacher Ratio [A:B] 20:01