Computer Science

Introduction

Recent developments in computer hardware, software, and communication technologies have offered new exciting opportunities and challenges for the creation of innovative learning environments for Computer Science and its curricula design. One of the key elements here is to prepare the graduates for the future. The challenge of getting all newly emerging technologies incorporated into the curriculum is becoming pivotal for curricula effectiveness. There is a need for curricula structure that can grow as we put new demands on it. The curriculum is required to provide integration of all components and the foundations that allow accessing to all the latest knowledge and technology to fulfill the vision of the future.

The primary intention of an academic program in Computer Science is to develop the student’s critical professional thinking and intuition. The curriculum must be structured to provide a balanced mixture of theory and practical experiences at foundation and advance levels to make the graduate capable of sound professional decisions. As a result, the graduate should assume responsible positions in business, government and at research level. The Program should also provide an excellent foundation for further formal learning and training.

The Computer Science curriculum is expected to provide an environment to put into practice the principles and techniques learned the implementation of the academic Program. The following summarizes some key characteristics for consideration as a basis of a successful academic program in Computer Science

To be one of the leading computer science research and teaching department that responds quickly to the problems of the twenty-first century.

  1. To provide quality education to undergraduate and graduate level, focusing on both theoretical and applied foundations.
  2. To provide real world solutions by using skills attained and applying technologies and up to date techniques
  3. To providing an environment to conduct state of the art research in computer science and apply it.
  4. To provide computer science expertise to the people of the community and the nation

Program objectives

  1. The Program should provide a broad understanding of the field via introducing concepts, theories, and techniques.
  2. Intensive education/training in focused areas of Computer Science is desirable.
  3. The Program may encourage students to develop technical skills use abstract models and apply respective technology in practical situations.
  4. Computer Science graduates require special communication skills both oral and written. They must be able to produce well-organized reports, which clearly delineate objectives, methods of solution, results, and conclusions for a complex task.
  5. The Program should provide formal foundations for higher learning.
  6. The Program should be dynamic and flexible enough to maintain currency with the latest scientific and technological developments in the field.

 

 

S.No. Programs  Seats Eligibility Criteria
1. BS Computer Science 100 FSC. Pre-Engineering or Equivalent, ESC. Pre-Medical, FCS/F.Sc Computer Science with at least 50% marks are the minimal requirements for admission to the BS Computer Science program.
2. BS Electronics Program 20 Minimum Level is Intermediate or equivalent degree Pre-Eng, DAE (Electrical), DAE (Electronics).
The minimum requirements for admission in BS Electronics is F.Sc Pre-engineering or Equivalent, DAE (Electrical), DAE (Electronics) with at least 45% marks. Pre-requisite courses are Physics and Mathematics    Minimum Grade is Second division
3. BS Artifical Intelligence 50 a. At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.
OR
b. At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC. Deficiency: “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.
4. BS Data Science 50 a. At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.
OR
b. At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC. Deficiency: “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.
5. MS Computer Science 20 BS (CS) Four Year Degree (Min 130 Credit Hours)
OR
 MCS Two Year Degree, M.Sc. Computer Science

  • Earned from a recognized university after 16 year education with at least 60% marks or 2.0 GPA (on scale of 4.00
  • GAT General with a minimum of 50% cumulative score or as per policy of Bacha Khan University Charsadda.

Dr. Izaz Ahmad Khan
Head of Department
Assistant Professor
Bacha Khan University, Charsadda

S.No Name Designation Highest Qualification
1 Mr. Dilawar Shah Assistant Professor MS Computer Science
2 Mr. ShujaatAli Assistant Professor MS Computer Science
3 Dr. Mohammad Abrar Assistant Professor PhD in Computer Science
4 Dr. Salman Jan Assistant Professor PhD in Computer Science
5 Mr. Yasir Ali Lecturer MS Computer Science
6 Mr. Sabir Shah Lecturer MS Computer Science
7 Mr. Faizan Ullah Lecturer MS Computer Science
8 Mr. Ihtesham-ul-Haq Lecturer MS Computer Science
9 Mr. Shahid Qazi Lecturer MS Computer Science
10 Ms. Shamzash Lecturer MS Computer Science
11 Ms. Najia Naz Lecturer MS Computer Science
12 Mr. Shams Tabrez Lecturer MS Computer Science
13 Mr. Farman Ullah Teaching Assistant MS Computer Science
S.No Name Designation Highest Qualification
1 Hamid Khan  LDC MA Islamiat
2 Muhammad Asif LDC MA Islamiat
3 Sadam LDC BA
4 Sajid Khan Naib Qasid BA
5 Zeshan khan Naib Qasid BA

The Vice Chancellor of Bacha Khan University, Charsadda (BKUC) and Meritorious Professor Dr. Bashir Ahmad urged the students of BKUC to participate in the Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan Innovation Summit 2022. Department of Agriculture, Department of Computer Science and Department of Management Sciences & Commerce participated in this summit and presented their projects/ideas among 35 participants from different universities and colleges. The Department of Management Sciences and Commerce under the team leadership of Dr. Muhammad Hamayun secured third position in “Ad making” competition prepared by the students of BBA (Hons) Musa Khan, Mehmood Akhtar and Sahibzada Sadiq.

The organizers of AWKUM Summit really appreciated and praised the active participation of BKUC students to compete in such events at the national level.

S. No Description Principal investigator Funding Agency
Name of participant Title of conference / Seminar/workshop Date Venue Sponsoring agency