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1 FACULTY MISSION
The faculty is striving to achieve high standards of education and research and to produce
graduates in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The graduates are expected to be
competent to work in industry, R&D and multinational organizations and become leaders
of industry. The faculty also aspires to facilitate research and innovation and lead in
research and education in the fields of thermal fluids, design & manufacturing, modeling &
simulation and system dynamics & controls.
1.2 PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)
1.2.1 PEOs and publicationpoints.
PEOs have been designed in consultation with stakeholders i.e. faculty, faculty study
boards, deans committee, academic council, international advisory boards,
employers and institute management. The PEOs are published in the prospectus and
are available at Faculty section of the Institutes website (www.giki.edu.pk/FME).
Following are the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO_1. To produce practicing engineers who have sound theoretical
foundation and excellent practical capabilities in mechanical engineering.
PEO_2. To produce graduates who can understand the problem solving
techniques and usage of modern tools to solve complex design problems
in multidisciplinary fields of mechanical engineering.
PEO_3. To produce engineers who can understand the social, cultural,
ethical, environmental and contemporary aspects of their work.
PEO_4. To produce engineers who can have good leadership skills and can
work collaboratively and effectively in a team.
PEO_5. To produce graduates who can keep their selves uptodate with the
technological innovations through lifelong learning on job and higher
education/research.

2.1 PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs)


The program educational objectives are given bellow. PLOs are published in the prospectus
and are available at Faculty section of the Institutes website (www.giki.edu.pk/FME).
i. Engineering Knowledge: Students shall have an ability to apply knowledge of
mathematical science and solve fundamental to complex mechanical engineering
problems.
ii. Problem Analysis: Students shall have an ability to identify, formulate and solve
practical/complex engineering problems.
iii. Design/Development of Solutions: Students shall have an ability to design
components, processes and systems to meet the desired needs.

iv. Investigation: Students shall have an ability to conduct engineering experiments to


study different engineering systems, including various modes of operation,
performance evaluation, properties of materials and manufacturing techniques, as
well as to use laboratory instruments and computers to analyze and interpret data.
v. Modern Tool Usage: Students shall have an ability to use modern tools,
techniques, and skills necessary for practicing mechanical engineering including
computational tools, statistical techniques, and instrumentation.
vi. The Engineer and Society: Students shall have an ability to work in a professional
engineering environment, and to understand the associated economical and societal
needs.
vii. Environment and Sustainability: Students should understand the environmental
impact of the solution and its sustainable improvement.
viii. Ethics: Students shall have an understanding of the professional and ethical
responsibilities of engineers.
ix. Individual and Team work: Students shall have an ability to work effectively in
teams including multidisciplinary teams to solve engineering problems relevant to
their field.
x. Communication: Students shall have an ability to communicate effectively in
written, oral, and graphical forms, including the use of professional quality visual
aids.
xi. Project Management: Students shall have managerial skills and shall learn how to
lead a team to run different projects.
xii. Lifelong Learning: Students shall have recognition of the need and an ability to
engage in lifelong learning of engineering.