About Department

BE Civil Engineering course was started in the academic year 2011-2012 with the intake 60 students. Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment. Today’s civil engineers deal with public and private infrastructure and its relation to the environment, including transportation systems, bridge /treatment systems, waste water and storm water collection/treatment/disposal systems, irrigation systems, and flood control. Civil engineers also operate public and private works and design environmental protection for water, air, and land.

Civil Engineering is professional engineering discipline that deals with the design , construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built  environment. Today’s civil engineers deal primarily with public and private infra structure ind its relation to the environment, including transportation system, bridges, dams, building,water supply / distribution/ treatment systems waste water and storm water collection/ treatment/ disposal system, irrigation system and flood control. Civil engineer also  operate public and private works and design environmental protection for water, air and land. The ever changing branch has to lot of challenges varying from nano to micro level.

The mission of department is to developed competent, efficient and quality civil engineers who can reach the industry expectations in the current trend and the enrich knowledge and encourage the students to become a entrepreneurs. It has goal to be a center of excellence for development and discrimination of knowledge in technology and engineering for the nation and beyond.

  • Establish the department as an academic center through expertise method and modern laboratories.
  • Establish the department as renowned research center to full fill the needs of rural students community.
  • Aim to achieve more number of research publications.
  • Improving consultancy
  • Improve the leadership qualities of the students and faculties.

 

 PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

1) The graduates shall acquire core competence in basic science and civil engineering

2) The graduates shall consultancy pursue the professional growth with multi-disciplinary outlook

3) The graduates shall work with high professionalism and ethical standards

4) The graduates shall be responsive to societal needs for sustainable development in civil engineering

 

COURSE OUTCOMES:

 

  1. E. (Civil Engineering) 2015 Course

SEM-I

201001: Building Technology and Materials

On completion of the course, learner will be able to:

1) Identify types of building and basic requirements of building components.

2) Explain types of masonry, formwork, casting procedure and necessity of

underpinning and scaffolding.

3) Elucidate different types of flooring and roofing materials.

4) Describe types of doors, windows, arches and lintel.

5) Illuminate means of vertical circulation and protective coatings.

6) Explain different materials especially eco-friendly materials and safety measures to

be adopted at any construction site.

207001: Engineering Mathematics III

On completion of the course, learner will be able to

1) Solve higher order linear differential equations and apply to civil engineering

problems such as bending of beams and whirling of shafts.

2) Solve system of linear equations using direct and iterative numerical techniques and

develop solutions to ordinary differential equations using single step and multistep

methods applied to structural systems.

3) Apply statistical methods like correlation, regression analysis in analyzing and

interpreting experimental data and probability theory applied to construction

management.

4) Perform vector differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to

fluid flow problems.

5) Solve various partial differential equations such as wave equation, one and two

dimensional heat flow equations.

 

201006: Surveying

On completion of the course, learner will be able to

1) Operate and use surveying equipment.

2) Draw plan or map of the existing permanent features on the ground.

3) Classify the ground features from the map or plan.

4) Analyze temporary adjustments and check permanent adjustments of the Theodolite.

 

201002: Strength of Materials

On completion of the course, learner will be able to

1) Compute different type of stresses in determinate, indeterminate, homogeneous and

composite structures.

2) Develop bending and shear stress diagram.

3) Determine the torsional stresses and stresses due to strain energy for different loading

conditions.

4) Explain the concept of principal stresses due to combined loading and able to

compare the values of analytical and graphical (Mohr’s circle) method.

5) Plot loading diagram, Shear Force Diagram (SFD) and Bending Moment Diagram

(BMD).

6) Analyze axially and eccentrically loaded column

 

201003: Geotechnical Engineering

 

On completion of the course, learner will be able to

1) Differentiate the different types of soil and their engineering properties and classify

them;

2) Determine the soil properties in laboratory and develop a proficiency in handling

experimental data;

3) Understand of the concept of effective stress and its influence on soil behavior.

4) Develop an understanding of the influence of water flow on the engineering

behaviour of soils.

5) Analyze engineering properties like compaction, permeability, soil shear strength.

6) Compute the lateral thrust due to backfill on the retaining walls.

7) Classify soil slopes and identify their modes of failure.

Audit Course

 On completion of the course, learner will be able to understand

1) Different types of civil engineering industries and their functioning.

2) Applications of different documents, drawings, regulations in Civil Engineering

industries.

3) Code of ethics to be practiced by a Civil Engineer and understand duties and

responsibilities as a Civil Engineer

4) Different safety practices on the site.

SEM-II

201004: Fluid Mechanics-I

 

On completion of the course, learners will be able to:

1) Use fluid properties, dimensional analysis for solving problems of fluid flow.

2) Solve fluid statics problems.

3) Measure fluid pressure.

4) Calibrate discharge measuring instrument like ventrurimeter, orifice meter.

5) Distinguish between various types of fluid flows and find the fluid velocity using

principles of Kinematics and Dynamics.

6) Design pipes to carry particular amount of discharge.

 

201005: Architectural Planning and Design of Buildings

 

On completion of the course, learner will be able to:

1) Make use of principles of planning and principles of architectural Planning.

2) Analyze the available primary or secondary data and plan different types of structures

considering futuristic need of an area.

3) Improve the status of existing structures by proposing appropriate green measures.

4) Plan effectively various types of buildings according to their utility with reference to

different codes.

5) Understand and resolve contemporary issues at multi-dimensional functional levels.

 

201008: Structural Analysis I

On completion of the course, learner will be able to:

1) Understand the basic concept of static and kinematic indeterminacy, slope and

deflection of determinate and indeterminate beams for analysis of structures.

2) Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames.

3) Evaluate determinate and indeterminate trusses and its application in the field.

4) Apply influence line diagrams for the analysis of structures under moving load.

5) Analyze two and three hinged arches and its application.

6) Apply plastic analysis for indeterminate steel structures by limits state method.

 

207009: Engineering Geology

 

  1. Explain the basic concepts of engineering geology.
  2. Differentiate between the different rock types, their inherent characteristics and their

application in civil engineering.

  1. Understand physical properties, mechanical properties of the minerals and their

application in civil engineering. .

  1. Identify favourable and unfavourable conditions for the buildings, roads, dam,

tunneling etc through the rocks.

  1. Explain mass wasting processes, effects of mass wasting process on the civil

engineering structures and remedial measures.

  1. Interpret geohydrological characters of the rocks present at the foundations of the

dams, percolation tanks, tunnels.

  1. Understand Seismic activities and its effect on the civil engineering construction.
  2. Identify geological hazards and presence of ground water.

 

201007: Concrete Technology

 

1) Understand chemistry, properties, and classification of cement, fly ash, aggregates

and admixtures, and hydration of cement in concrete.

2) Prepare and test the fresh concrete

3) Test hardened concrete with destructive and nondestructive testing instruments

4) Get acquainted to concrete handling equipments and different special concrete types.

5) Design concrete mix of desired grade

6) Predict deteriorations in concrete and repair it with appropriate methods and

techniques.

 

  1. B. E. (Civil Engineering) (2015 Course)

SEM-I

 

301001 Hydrology and Water Resource Engineering 

  • To understand concept and perception process
  • To study necessity of irrigation and water requirement of Crop, planning .
  • To study various laws and steady flow.
  • To understand Rainfall-Runoff technic and analysis.
  • To study Reservoir Planning
  • To study Water Management and Water Logging and Drainage process.

 

301002 Infrastructure Engineering and Construction Techniques

  • To understand the applications and classification of buildings and infrastructure.
  • To know the machinery for the safety of the project.
  • To understand different types of structure, its process and its parts.
  • To understand the concepts of planning and execution.
  • To understand the special types of drainage systems.
  • To understand the geographical and geological studies.

 

301003 Structural Design-I

  • To understand the analysis and design concepts of steel structure.
  • To understand wind force calculation and analysis and design.
  • To understand different type of trusses and its design process.
  • To understand different types of members like tension and compression
  • To understand different types of joints and connection.

 

301004 Structural Analysis-II

  • Understand the basic concept of static and kinematic indeterminacy, slope and deflection of determinate and indeterminate beams for analysis of structures.
  • Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames by using Moment distribution method of analysis.
  • Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames by using Moment distribution method of analysis
  • Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames by using flexibility method of analysis
  • Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames by using stiffness method of analysis
  • Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames by using Finite Difference Method
  • Understand the basic concept of Finite element method

 

301005 Fluid Mechanics-II

  • Use fluid properties, dimensional analysis, Fluid Flow around Submerged Objects.
  • Understand the basic concept of Open channel flow and Depth-Energy Relationships in Open Channel Flow.
  • To study necessity of Characteristics and establishment of uniform flow, uniform flow formulae.
  • Distinguish between various types Centrifugal Pumps, submersible pumps and reciprocating pumps
  • Understand the basic concept of Gradually Varied Flow in Open Channels.

SEM-II

301006 Employability Skills development

  • To increase the communication skill and personality development.
  • To understand Different types of civil engineering industries and their functioning.
  • Applications of different documents, drawings, regulations in Civil Engineering industries.
  • Code of ethics to be practiced by a Civil Engineer and understand duties and responsibilities as a Civil Engineer
  • Different safety practices on the site.

301007Advanced Surveying

  • Operate and use surveying equipment for Methods of Geodetic Surveying.
  • Understand the basic concept of Hydrographic Surveying
  • To give Remote Sensing introduction, Definition, Necessity, Importance and use
  • To study Triangulation Adjustment
  • Understand the basic concept of Aerial Photogrammetry
  • To study Trigonometric Levelling and Setting out works

 

301008Project Management and Engineering Economics

  • To give introduction to project management
  • To study Project planning and scheduling
  • To understand Project Resources and Site Planning
  • To understand Project Monitoring and Control
  • To give idea regarding Introduction to Project Economics
  • Understand the basic concept Appraisals such as Political, Social, Environmental.

 

301009 Foundation Engineering

  • To give introduction to Subsurface Investigations for Foundations
  • Analyze Bearing capacity and Shallow Foundation
  • To understand Settlement and Consolidation Settlement and Consolidation
  • To understand Deep Foundations
  • To give idea regarding Cofferdams and Foundation on Black Cotton Soils
  • Understand the basic concept Soil Reinforcement and Earthquake Geo-techniques

 

301010 Structural Design-II

  • To give Introduction to various design philosophies R.C structures: Historical development, Working stress method, Ultimate load method and Limit state method.
  • To understand Working stress method And Limit state method
  • To understand Design of slab
  • To understand Design of slab
  • To understand Design of staircase
  • To understand Design of flexural members
  • To understand Column
  • Design of Isolated Column footing for axial load and uni-axial bending .

301011 Environmental Engineering-I

  • To give Introduction of Noise Pollution and Air Pollution
  • To understand most of the concepts regarding Municipal Solid Waste
  • To give Introduction to water supply scheme
  • To understand Water treatment process
  • To understand Coagulation and flocculation and Filtration
  • To understand Disinfection and Water softening methods, Demineralization and Fluoridation and defluoridation.
  • To give introduction of Water distribution system, Rainwater harvesting and Packaged WTP in townships

 

  1. E. (Civil Engineering) (2015 Course)

SEM-I

401 001 Environmental Engineering – II

  • IdentifySewage quantity, Characteristics of sewage, Stream sanitation.
  • To understand preliminary, primary, secondary and tertiary treatment.
  • To understand the various cost treatment methods.
  • To understand bod and cod.
  • To understand industrial waste water treatments.

 

401 002 Transportation Engineering

  • To understand application of traffic engineering.
  • To understand different traffic alignment and geometric designs.
  • To know the different Highway materials and their design process.
  • The same thing applied for the airport and bridge engineering.

 

401 003 Structural Design III

  • To understand the analysis and design concepts of prestressed concrete.
  • To understand Earthquake force calculation and analysis and design.
  • To understand different type of retaining walls like cantilever and counterfort and its design process.
  • To understand different types of foundation like combined and shallow footings.

 

401 004 Elective I (4)- Architecture and Town Planning

 

  • Principles and role of urban planner architect.
  • To understand landscaping and urban renewal.
  • Goals and objectives of planning.
  • Various types of civic surveys and organizations.
  • Rules and regulation for the MRTP & DP.
  • To understand
  • Special townships, Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement

 

401 005 Elective II –(3) TQM and MIS in Civil Engineering

 

  • To understand of quality of constructions.
  • To understand  Management Information systems
  • To understand quality assurance methods.
  • To understand the management controls.
  • To knowledge the advanced tools and constructions.

 

SEM-II

401 007 Dams and Hydraulic Structures

  • To understand the applications and classification of dams.
  • To know the machinery for the safety of the dams.
  • To understand different types of damps,  its process and its parts.
  • To understand the concepts of hydropower stations.
  • To understand the special types of drainage systems.
  • To understand the geographical and geological studies.

 

401 008 Quantity Surveying, Contracts and Tenders

  • Introduction to the estimations and its different applications.
  • To understand the different types of estimations and valuations.
  • To understand the different type of specifications and rate analysis.
  • To understand the process and preparation of the tender documents.
  • To understand the legal procedure for the contract.

401 009 Elective III (4): Air Pollution and Control

  • To understand different zone and methods.
  • To understand different types of air sample and its analysis.
  • To understand various types of causes and its systems.
  • To understand the rules and regulations for the air pollutions.
  • To study different environmental impacts.

 

401 010 Elective IV (1): Construction Management

 Introduction of construction sector and its concepts.

  • To knowledge the construction process as per management system
  • To understand Labour laws and financial aspects of construction projects
  • To understand risk management, Materials management and human resource management.
  • To study artificial intelligence technique.