Dawood College Enterance Test on 17th November. Dawood college will take the enterence test of 17th november 2013.
Foundation stone of Dawood University of Engineering & Technology was laid by the former President of Pakistan (Late) Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan I 962. The University was established by Dawood Foundation under the supervision of Seth Ahmed Dawood in 1964. This University is presently a Degree Awarding Chartered Institution. Its academic as well as administrative control has been vested in the senate, syndicate & academy council by the Act of Parliament in the Year 2010.
Under the devolution of the Education Ministry at Federal level to Provinces, Dawood University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi has been taken over by the Education & Literacy Department, Government of Sindh under 18th Constitutional amendment.
The University offers four year degree programmes in the field of Engineering and Five years in the Field of Architecture.
The Engineering departments include Electronic, Chemical, Industrial & Management, and Material & Metallurgy. From the session 2010-2011, the University has introduced four new departments namely Energy & Environment, Petroleum & Gas, Telecommunication, and Computer System Engineering.
The University has two campuses, one located newer Quaid-e-Azam Mausoleum and the other situated at Block-17 Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi. These campuses comprise various facilities including classrooms, state of the art lending and reference libraries, laboratories, workshops, drawing halls, students cafeteria, auditorium, with a capacity of 650, seminar rooms girls, common room etc. It shall be pertinent to note that with the help of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) the downlink via satellite communication has been installed at both the campuses.
Realizing the importance of quality assurance, DUET has established its Quality Enhancement Cell in November 2009 to implement quality improvement programmes in all the departments and faculties of DUET under the supervision and guideline of the Higher Education Commission and QAA.