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Quantity Survey Department

We are very proud of our track record of excellence. For students of DAE, there is a three-year program in Quantity Survey. Apart from DAE courses, we also run 2 x Short courses (6 x monthly each).

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Established in 2011

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Quantity surveying in public sector has been applied from the early years of postcolonialism. Major roles of Quantity Surveyors in administration are managing construction projects, giving expert advice on contractual claims, assessing the cost, and act as an independent arbitrator in settling disputes.

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500
Students Enrolled
98
Job Placement
14
Short Courses

Overview

Offered Courses

Diploma in Associate Engineering

  • Engineering Materials and Construction Technology
  • Basic Engineering Drawing
  • Workshop Practice
  • Civil Engineering Drawing & AutoCAD
  • Engineering Survey
  • Cost & Estimation-I
  • Measurement of Construction Work
  • Introduction to Construction Works
  • Project Management & Economics
  • QS Application Software
  • Cost & Estimation-II
  • Occupation Health & Safety Environment
  • Quality Control & Project Life Cycle
  • Contract Law & Conditions of Contract

General Subjects

  • General Subjects:
  • Islamic/ Pakistan Studies
  • English
  • Applied Mathematics – I
  • Applied Mathematics – II
  • Applied Physics
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Computer Application
  • Business Communication

Short Courses

  • Quantity Survey (6 Months)
  • Building Electrician (6 Months)
  • Plumber & Sanitary Installer (6 Months)
  • Cost Estimation (3 Months)
  • Business Communications (3 Months)
  • Cost Control (3 Months)
  • Supply Chain Planning and Management (3 Months)
  • Rate Analysis (2 Months)
  • Construction Scheduling & Planning (1 Month)
  • Quantity Take-off and Measurement (1 Month)
  • Risk Management (1 Month)
  • Data Analysis (1 Month)
  • Project Communication System (2 Weeks)
  • Digital Construction Diary (2 Weeks)

Lab Overview

Quantity surveying in the public sector has been put to use right from the early years of postcolonialism as colonial administrations at the time when handing over control to the new sovereign governments. Major roles of Quantity Surveyors in administration are “Managing construction projects, giving expert advice on contractual claims, assessing the cost and act as an independent arbitrator in settling dispute”. In order to meet the futuristic demand in the construction field, Quantity Survey Department was established in 2011 at Construction Technology Training Institute. Apart from three years Diploma in Associate Engineering, short courses have also been organized successfully by this Department. Qualified students from this department not only are taking in part in National Development Programs but also working in Internationally renowned construction companies.

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