The University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore, has won the inaugural Punjab-wide Final-Year Projects (FYPs) competition sponsored by the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC).
The competition solicited projects in civil, electrical, geological, mechanical, and mining engineering.
As many as 35 universities from the province participated in the competition and out of several hundred submitted projects, 173 were selected for display. A large number of students, academics, CEOs of companies, and engineers visited the display of the students’ projects. A PEC committee consisting of academics and industry experts evaluated the projects. The UET won the first position in four out of the five categories — civil, electrical, geological, and mechanical Engineering — and the second position in civil and mining engineering.
“The quality of projects of our students speaks volumes about the quality of undergraduate education at the university,” said UET Vice Chancellor Mansoor Sarwar.