BS Information Technology (4 years program)
The application of information technology (IT) is expanding rapidly in Pakistan and around the world. This is because in every aspect of our lives, whether at home, in industry, in the office, or the field, there are computer-based systems that run behind every machine.
Bachelor of Science in IT spans a four-year study period, distributed into a total of 8 semesters and coupled with internship opportunities in an appropriate business concern. Students are tested through quizzes, assignments, midterm, and final exams, their performance is gauged on the standard grading system. The courses follow t h e international grading system of grade point average (GPA). In addition to its permanent faculty, the faculty at NFC-IEFR is drawn from a diversified pool of professional instructors, holding at least a master's degree.
BS (IT) is a career build degree of studies in Pakistan. There is a world of computers, and those who work in it can have prosperous and satisfying careers. Graduates with a BS in IT can start stable, well-paying employment immediately away because there are many positions available in both public and commercial IT companies.
o provide hands-on experience, students undertake semester projects and write technical research papers as their semester work. To strengthen their theoretical skill, students are given practical exposure to industries by arranging visits to industries and by inviting guest speakers.
The culture of the department is instrumental in giving students technical versatility and a driving intellectual curiosity to carry out applied research leading to the development of science and technology. The Department also provides a blend of curricular and extra-curricular activities for the students.
At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics certified by IBCC, or DAE equivalent.
At least 50% marks in the intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical, and they must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 06 credit hours in the first two semesters.