Pakistan Engineering Council Team Evaluates UET Mardan's Computer Software and Telecommunication Engineering Programs
A team from the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) embarked on a two-day visit to the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Mardan to conduct a reaccreditation evaluation of the Computer Software and Telecommunication Engineering programs. This visit signifies the institution's commitment to maintaining high academic standards and ensuring the quality of its engineering education.
The PEC team, comprised of seasoned experts in the field, arrived at UET Mardan on September 15th, 2023. Over the course of the next two days, they engaged in a comprehensive assessment of the Computer Software and Telecommunication Engineering programs, with a focus on curriculum, faculty qualifications, infrastructure, and the overall learning environment.
Prof. Dr. Imran Khan, the Vice-Chancellor of UET Mardan, extended a warm welcome to the PEC delegation and emphasized the university's dedication to producing highly skilled engineers. He stated, "We are committed to providing our students with the best possible education in the field of Computer Software and Telecommunication Engineering, and this reaccreditation process is a testament to our continuous improvement efforts."
During their visit, the PEC team conducted thorough inspections of laboratories, classrooms, and research facilities. They also held meetings with faculty members and students to gather valuable feedback on the programs' strengths and areas for improvement. This collaborative approach aims to ensure that the educational offerings align with industry standards and evolving technological advancements.
The reaccreditation process is a vital step in assuring the quality of engineering education in Pakistan. UET Mardan's continuous efforts to meet PEC's rigorous standards signify its dedication to producing graduates who are well-prepared to contribute to the country's technology and telecommunications sectors.
The final report and recommendations from the PEC evaluation team will play a crucial role in shaping the future of UET Mardan's Computer Software and Telecommunication Engineering programs. The university administration eagerly anticipates the outcomes of this evaluation as they strive to further enhance the quality of education offered to their students.
As the two-day visit concludes, UET Mardan and the PEC remain committed to their mutual goal of fostering excellence in engineering education, ensuring that graduates are equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in Pakistan's ever-evolving technology landscape.