The F.Sc (Pre-Engineering) program is an indispensable requirement for pursuing a multitude of Engineering Degrees, providing students with a comprehensive education and wide-ranging exposure to various aspects of basic Scientific Inquiry. With a curriculum tailored to prepare students for diverse engineering fields including Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Aeronautical, Architectural, Telecom, Chemical, Environmental, Space, and Meteorological, this program serves as a strong foundation for their future careers.
The core focus of the F.Sc (Pre-Engineering) program lies in developing the fundamental scientific skills of students, primarily in the fields of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Through a combination of detailed lectures, interactive question-answer sessions, informative seminars, and practical experiments conducted in well-equipped laboratories featuring state-of-the-art instruments, students are able to deepen their understanding of these subjects.
By engaging in practicals and hands-on activities, students gain invaluable experience in applying theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios. This not only hones their problem-solving abilities but also cultivates a deeper appreciation for the practical applications of scientific concepts.
These programs are of two years duration. The BISE will conduct terminal examinations on completion of 1st Year and 2nd Year’s sessions.
These programs are accredited by the FBISE Islamabad & BISE Rawalpindi. These programs are fully recognized within Pakistan and internationally for further education and employment in various private and public sectors.
Students awaiting their Matriculation Results can apply each year.
Classes are held from Monday to Saturday (6 days a week) between 07:40 a.m. to 01:30 p.m. to utilize best timings of at-least 6 hours daily.
As per policy of ASTRON College, 85% class attendance is compulsory at any time during the session to remain on the college rolls of bonafide students.
Besides regular class tests, three terminal examinations are conducted to fully prepare students for the final Board’s examinations.