SW-MUET governance structure is supported by a strong system of committees. It has established various standing committees to facilitate students as well as to govern, manage and improve different functional aspects within the department. Information related to these committees and their members can be found below.
The Chairman of Department of Software Engineering has constituted an Advisory Board for the period of three years. This board is headed by the Head of the department and includes three faculty members from the department and three externals. Key responsibilities of this board would be to provide recomendations for B.E (Software) Course Curriculum , improvement of technical and communication skills, strengthening industry linkages and creating avenues for internships & jobs for the graduates of this department.
For the smooth functioning and coordination related to Final Year Projects, a departmental committee by the name of The Final Year Project Committee (FYPC) is formed. The responsibilities of FYPC include but are not limited to:
Prepare a list of potential project ideas.
Scrutinize the ideas after thorough discussion and brainstorming sessions.
Assign appropriate faculty supervisors to the scrutinized ideas according to their expertise.
Conduct interviews of student groups and distribution of projects to the students.
Monitoring the progress of each student group.
Coordinate all the activities.
Collect progress on advisor meetings with students on a monthly basis.
Provide guidance and direction to faculty / group members.
Report progress to the Chairman of department.
The DMRC is responsible to prepare corrective action request forms with CQI suggestions for further discussion/approval.
Industrial liaison Committee provides programs and services to help students and alumni to explore and make effective career choices, foster professional networks with employers and assist employers in meeting their recruitment needs.
The Department of Software Engineering is playing a key role to promote entrepreneurship and innovation in the IT sector. The IEC Committee is responsible for bridging the gap between student startups from Department of Software Engineering and the external funding agencies and to look for potential student ideas that can be commercialized and train them in their endeavours. At the moment, two student startups from Department of Software Engineering are being funded by Sindh Govt under the RINU project for commercialization.