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Orientation and start of classes for new students Fall 2020

Please read through the complete document, and bring along the required documents. 

Semester Fall 2020 session is starting on September 14, 2020. An orientation session will be conducted before the regular classes commence on the first day. The details of orientations for each program is shown below:

A reception desk is placed for the students near the campus monument. The team from your department will receive you and guide you.

Orientation session is important for you, so you can understand the processes and the semester system details. Therefore, please do attend the session in time.

Se. no

Program Name


Timing of Orientation Session

Room # for Orientations


Business Administration


Reporting time: 1:00pm. Orientation starts at 3:15 pm

Main Auditorium


Computer Engineering


2:00 pm


Main Auditorium



Electronic Engineering



Electrical Power Engineering



Computer Science


9:00 am

Main Auditorium


Software Engineering


10:15 am

Main Auditorium


Development Studies


1:00 pm

Contact DOO Office/ Reception Desk




9:00 am

Contact DOO Office/ Reception Desk


Environmental Sciences


10:00 am

Contact DOO Office/ Reception Desk




10:00 am

Contact DOO Office/ Reception Desk


Civil Engineering


11:30 am

Main Auditorium


Electronic Engineering


2:00 pm

Main Auditorium


Electrical Power Engineering


2:00 pm

Main Auditorium




10:00 am

Contact DOO Office/ Reception Desk




09:00 am

Contact DOO Office/ Reception Desk


The hostelites must report in campus hostel on September 13, 2020 by 12:00 pm. Kindly bring your basic necessities with you. You will be provided with a bed, mattress, table, chair and a cupboard. Make sure you have gone through the safety instructions and SoPs related to COVID-19 For hostel related queries write to

Orientation for graduate programs (MS/PhD) will take place inside the department, in your assigned classroom. Contact your graduate program coordinator

The students who have paid their fee dues online, and have not submitted the original deposit slip, please contact the accounts office (Room # 109 in admin block- Mr Yasir Rehman) on Monday morning, to get things clarified.

Your time table is updated and can be viewed at this link.


In case of any questions, please reach the reception desk near monument by 8:00 am OR contact your DOO office when you arrive. In case you have questions, before your arrival, please feel free to contact the admission office number: 0346-6111189 or write to

The time table for all first semester students will be shared by the department DOO Office.


The students jpining university for physical classes must bring along the duly filled hard copy forms (Health certificate & Affidavit)  given below. 


  • Health Certificate (Duly filled and Signed)
  • Affidavit (Duly filled and signed. Attach CNIC copies of self and father)
  • Hostelites must bring a COVID-19 test report conducted within the past 72 hours. 

These FORMS need to be submitted in your respective DOO Offices when you reach campus.


SOPs to be followed for your safety and the safety of others while you are on campus:

Please note that you have to follow the below mentioned precautions and safety measures against COVID-19 while on campus:

SoPs against COVID-19, to be followed while on campus, as defined by HEC:

  • All the students will be checked for fever/temperature, at the entrance.
  • Stay at home if you have symptoms of COVID-19, which may include the following:
    • Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Wear face masks
  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow (sleeve sneezing) or use a tissue when you cough or sneeze.

SoPs for preventive measures against COVID-19 for Hostelites: 

  • Students should respect safe distances. If this is not possible, students must be informed of the need to wear a mask when in areas with more than two persons.
  • All the students will be checked for fever/temperature, at the entrance of hostel gate.
  • At the time of hostel registration, studens will sign a terms and conditions form to be followed with reference to COVID-19.
  • After registration students will not be allowed to visit their home town or any public places outside of campus. In case of any emergency or unavoidable circumstances, if student(s) leave the campus premises with the prior approval of Senior Warden/Warden, at the time of return he/she has to produce COVID-19 PCR base test report conducted within 72 hours before entering the campus vicinity. 
  • If the hostelites have any of the below mentioned symptoms, they must report in Medical center of the campus/ their health care provider. 
    • Fever – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature). It is a common sign and also may appear in 2-10 days if you affected.
    • Coughing – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual).
    • Shortness Of Breath – Around 1 out of every 6 people who gets COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and develops difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.
  • When sneezing, cover your mouth with your arm or with a tissue paper.
  • Do Not gather in groups inside hostel nor should you visit other students rooms. 
  • Do not litter in the hallways and in your rooms. Use dustbins

The health, welfare and safety of students, faculty and staff is the number one priority for the University. Therefore, your full cooperation is requested in order to ensure proper facilitation to all.

For questions and concerns please write to

Detailed guidelines and safety precautions against COVID-19 can be viewed at this link.


COVID-19 Helpline::  Medical Center: 0992-383591-5, Ext. 356



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