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B.Tech - Civil Engineering

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2nd Week of July 2017
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Civil engineers plan, design, develop, build, manage, rehabilitate and operate the physical elements of the human habitat. Almost every aspect of everyday life is impacted by projects conceived, designed and constructed by civil engineers. Civil Engineering, like all other fields, is comprised of many sub disciplines.

Primary areas of concentration include Transportation, Geotechnical, Environmental, Structural engineering, and construction engineering and management.

This programme is aimed at meeting the infrastructural requirements in the areas, such as Construction, Transportation, Hydropower and Environmental Engineering. The curriculum has been designed maintaining a balance between industry orientation and academic rigour.

Students will be provided with comprehensive theoretical knowledge through lectures, tutorials and assignments covering the basic as well as advanced topics in various courses of Civil Engineering. They will be trained for practical understanding in departmental laboratories, namely Concrete & Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Highway Engineering & Surveying in addition to the traditional Engineering Graphics and Workshop practice.

All laboratories have modern equipment and facilities with highly trained manpower. Students will also be exposed to construction industry during the practical training in reputed construction companies.

Students will also be exposed to software like STAAD Pro, MATLAB, Auto-CAD and PRIMAVIRA that will enhance their employability. Opportunities will also be provided to students for post-graduation and research in the areas of Geotechnical, Structural, Environment and Transportation Engineering.

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  • Curriculum
  • Scholarship

Semester I

  • English Communication Skills
  • Engineering Mathematics – I
  • Engineering Physics – I
  • Engineering Chemistry – I
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Workshop Practice
  • Engineering Drawing
 

Semester II

  • Professional Communication Skills
  • Engineering Mathematics – II
  • Engineering Physics – II
  • Engineering Chemistry – II
  • Environmental Studies
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Computer Programming
 
 

Semester III

  • Structure Analysis – I
  • Fluid Mechanics – I
  • Engineering Geology
  • Building Planning and Construction Materials
  • Surveying
  • Engineering Mathematics – III
  • Principles of Management for Engineer

Semester IV

  • Structure Analysis – II
  • Fluid Mechanics – II
  • Environmental Engineering – I
  • Concrete & Construction Technology
  • Advanced Surveying
  • Numerical & Statistical Methods
 
 

Semester V

  • Design of RCC Structures
  • Geotechnical Engineering – I
  • Environmental Engineering – II
  • Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering – I
  • Urban and Regional Planning
  • Elective – I
  • Practice School – I

Semester VI

  • Design of Steel Structures
  • Geotechnical Engineering – II
  • Estimating Costing and Evaluation Engineering
  • Irrigation Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering – II
  • Elective – II
  • Elective – III
 
 

Semester VII

  • Construction Project management
  • Geoinformatics
  • Construction Equipment Methods
  • Infrastructure planning and Finance management
  • Principles of Economics
  • Elective – IV
  • Seminar

Semester VIII

  • Practice School – II/Project

List of Elective Courses

  • Elective – I River Engineering/Ground Water Hydrology/Understanding Natural and Manmade Disasters
  • Elective – II Hazardous Solid Waste Management/EIA and Environmental Auditing/Rural Water Supply and Sanitation/Models for Air and Water Quality
  • Elective-III Design of Pre-stressed Concrete Structures/Finite Element Analysis/Earthquake Engineering/Structure Dynamics/Engineering Optimization
  • Elective- IV Ground Improvement Technique/Rock Mechanics