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Duration : 4 yrs. (8 Semesters)

The Department of Civil Engineering offers B.Tech in Civil Engineering with an intake of 60. The idea is to impart high-quality education and produce industry-ready professionals in Civil Engineering. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty and state-of-the-art labs which have the latest equipment for teaching, demonstration, and research.
To ensure the relevance and currency of the curriculum, professionals from industry and academia are actively involved in curriculum development, guest lectures, and project evaluations. The curriculum also includes multidisciplinary courses aimed at producing professionals with a broader domain of knowledge.
The students are given insightful knowledge and technical information, refined with a professional touch and made capable of undertaking civil engineering jobs to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Programme Objective

  • To create the ability to analyze simple to complex civil engineering problems
  • To understand & adapt the technological advances at the global level
  • To nurture the qualities to be a solution provider in technology, research and innovation
  • To make the students aware of social issues and professional & ethical practices like clean technology and green building construction activities

Programme Outcome

  • Enabling students to efficiently plan and execute Civil Engineering projects
  • Expertise in preparing and interpreting engineering maps and drawings
  • Deep understanding of analyzing, evaluating and designing infrastructure facilities

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Curriculum

1st Semester

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory.

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

2nd Semester

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials.

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of C programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

1st Semester
Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory.

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

2nd Semester
Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations.

3rd Semester

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the concept of simple stresses and strains.
  • To understand the theory of simple bending.
  • To understand different beams with different loading to draw shear force and bending moment diagrams
  • To understand various types of columns along with Euler’s critical buckling load.
  • To analyse the slope and deflection with the help of moment area method, conjugate beam method, unit load method and by method of differential equations.
  • To analyse trusses with the help of method of joints and method of sections.
  • To analyse three hinged arches.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the basic fundamentals properties of fluids.
  • To understand properties of fluid statics including the knowledge of manometers, center of pressure and pressure on plane and curved surfaces and the concept of buoyancy
  • To understand fluid dynamics using Euler’s equation, Bernoulli’s theorem and basic knowledge of Pitot tube, Venturimeter and Orifice meter.
  • To understand important dimensionless numbers based on the forces acting on the fluids.
  • To get knowledge of various kinds of similarities in model studies.
  • To understand geometric parameters of various kinds of open channel sections and specific energy, critical depth, momentum, specific force and critical flow in rectangular open channels.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To understand the basic principles and need of surveying in projects.
  • To gain knowledge about measurement of distances and angles using chain, compasses and measuring tapes.
  • To understand principles of leveling using auto level and dumpy level.
  • To know the concepts of plane table surveying including two point and three point problems.
  • To understand the basics of theodolite traversing and its application.
  • To understand different method for layout of curves.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To know about properties of various types of construction materials.
  • To understand the various types of surface finishes used in building construction.
  • To understand various types of masonry constructions including various bond formations and defects in them.
  • To understand various types of roofs, roof trusses, floors, doors and windows.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To determine the meta-centric height of the ship model.
  • To verify the Bernoulli’s theorem.
  • To determine the coefficient of discharge through Orifice and Venturimeter.
  • To calibrate a given notch
  • To determine the coefficient of discharge for a mouth piece.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To conduct chain surveying and chain traversing.
  • To perform compass surveying.
  • To perform plane tabling by using two points and three point problems.
  • To prepare contour maps and permanent adjustments of level.
4th Semester
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To design Singly & Doubly Reinforced beams.
  • To analyse bending and torsion in Beams.
  • To analyse and design Flanged Beams.
  • To design one-way and two-way slabs.
  • To design Isolated and wall footings.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the basic properties of concrete.
  • To understand production of concrete.
  • To study various non-destructive tests.
  • To understand the causes and effects of deterioration of concrete.
  • To get the knowledge of Ready Mix Concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To design Singly & Doubly Reinforced beams.
  • To analyse bending and torsion in Beams.
  • To analyse and design Flanged Beams.
  • To design one-way and two-way slabs.
  • To design Isolated and wall footings.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand water supply system, its components, distribution and home plumbing.
  • To understand sewage quantification and conveyance system and quality requirements.
  • To understand air and noise pollution source, effects and control principles and techniques.
  • To understand solid waste management, characteristics, effects and disposal methods.
5th Semester

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand construction method of road.
  • To design various cross sectional elements
  • To analyze the horizontal and vertical alignment profile of a highway
  • To get the knowledge of traffic characteristics and surveys conducted along with various traffic control devices such as signs, signals.
  • To understand various road construction materials
  • To design flexible and rigid pavements as per latest IRC guidelines.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To perform various tests on aggregates used for road construction.
  • To perform various test on bitumen used for road construction.
  • To conduct Marshall Stability for bituminous mix design.
  • To evaluate the soil strength using CBR test.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand water supply system, its components, distribution and home plumbing.
  • To understand sewage quantification and conveyance system and quality requirements.
  • To understand air and noise pollution source, effects and control principles and techniques.
  • To understand solid waste management, characteristics, effects and disposal methods.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand water supply system, its components, distribution and home plumbing.
  • To understand sewage quantification and conveyance system and quality requirements.
  • To understand air and noise pollution source, effects and control principles and techniques.
  • To understand solid waste management, characteristics, effects and disposal methods.
Elective-II

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the factor affecting design of pavement.
  • To design flexible pavement.
  • To design rigid pavement.
  • To understand the concept of joints in rigid pavement.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the factor affecting design of pavement.
  • To design flexible pavement.
  • To design rigid pavement.
  • To understand the concept of joints in rigid pavement.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To study the Composition and Characteristics of various waste.
  • To know various strategy for solid waste management.
  • To know various strategy for Hazardous waste management.
  • To know the design aspects of land fill disposal of solid water.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To explore ground water methods of investigation
  • To aware about unsteady radial flows
  • To design various components of tube wells
  • To study recharge techniques of ground water.
Elective-III
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To understand concept of various element of highways.
  • To understand the concept of side distance.
  • To design the cross section element of a highway.
  • To design intersection in urban road.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge
6th Semester

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To study various I.S rolled steel sections and their specifications.
  • To analyze and design riveted, bolted and welded connections
  • To design tension and compression members using simple and built up sections.
  • To design built up beams and to study about web buckling, crippling and diagonal buckling.
  • To design gantry girder and plate girder.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To study the basics of hydrology, hydrological cycle and its applications
  • To understand various types of precipitations, their characteristics and measurements including rain gauges and preparation of rainfall data.
  • To understand the basics of evaporation, transpiration, evapotranspiration and infiltration along with their measurements.
  • To understand various factors of runoff, its estimation and measurement.
  • To understand the concept of hydrograph, its components and factors
  • To understand the role of water in national development and assessment of water resource.
  • To understand the economic and financial analysis of water resource.
  • To understand the application of system engineering in practical problems like hydrology, irrigation and drainage engineering.
Elective-IV
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To understand the principal structural dynamics.
  • To summarize the solution technique for dynamics of single and multi-degree freedom systems.
  • To understand the concept of damping in structure.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To provide an in depth understanding of physical and physio-chemical processes used for water and wastewater treatment systems
  • To provide capability to design such systems.
  • To understand standard parameters for safe potable water.
8th Semester

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of Civil engineering.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge
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Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge

Key Recruiters of the departmental students | Civil Engineering

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B Tech (Civil Engineering)
1,05,000 15,000
5000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

Merit Scholarships

(Scholarships on the basis of % of Marks in Qualifying Exam)

% Marks Scholarship Criteria (% Tuition Fee Waiver)
90% & above 100%
80 to 89.99% 40%
70 to 79.99% 30%
60 to 69.99% 20%

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B.Tech. | in Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering offers B.Tech in Civil Engineering with an intake of 60. The idea is to impart high-quality education and produce industry-ready professionals in Civil Engineering. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty and state-of-the-art labs which have the latest equipment for teaching, demonstration, and research. To ensure the relevance and currency of the curriculum, professionals from industry and academia are actively involved in curriculum development, guest lectures, and project evaluations. The curriculum also includes multidisciplinary courses aimed at producing professionals with a broader domain of knowledge. The students are given insightful knowledge and technical information, refined with a professional touch and made capable of undertaking civil engineering jobs to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Course Objective

  • To create the ability to analyze simple to complex civil engineering problems
  • To understand & adapt the technological advances at the global level
  • To nurture the qualities to be a solution provider in technology, research and innovation
  • To make the students aware of social issues and professional & ethical practices like clean technology and green building construction activities

Course Outcome

  • Enabling students to efficiently plan and execute Civil Engineering projects
  • Expertise in preparing and interpreting engineering maps and drawings
  • Deep understanding of analyzing, evaluating and designing infrastructure facilities

Curriculum

1st Semester

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory.

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

2nd Semester

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials.

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of C programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

1st Semester
Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory.

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

2nd Semester
Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations.

3rd Semester

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the concept of simple stresses and strains.
  • To understand the theory of simple bending.
  • To understand different beams with different loading to draw shear force and bending moment diagrams
  • To understand various types of columns along with Euler’s critical buckling load.
  • To analyse the slope and deflection with the help of moment area method, conjugate beam method, unit load method and by method of differential equations.
  • To analyse trusses with the help of method of joints and method of sections.
  • To analyse three hinged arches.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the basic fundamentals properties of fluids.
  • To understand properties of fluid statics including the knowledge of manometers, center of pressure and pressure on plane and curved surfaces and the concept of buoyancy
  • To understand fluid dynamics using Euler’s equation, Bernoulli’s theorem and basic knowledge of Pitot tube, Venturimeter and Orifice meter.
  • To understand important dimensionless numbers based on the forces acting on the fluids.
  • To get knowledge of various kinds of similarities in model studies.
  • To understand geometric parameters of various kinds of open channel sections and specific energy, critical depth, momentum, specific force and critical flow in rectangular open channels.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To understand the basic principles and need of surveying in projects.
  • To gain knowledge about measurement of distances and angles using chain, compasses and measuring tapes.
  • To understand principles of leveling using auto level and dumpy level.
  • To know the concepts of plane table surveying including two point and three point problems.
  • To understand the basics of theodolite traversing and its application.
  • To understand different method for layout of curves.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To know about properties of various types of construction materials.
  • To understand the various types of surface finishes used in building construction.
  • To understand various types of masonry constructions including various bond formations and defects in them.
  • To understand various types of roofs, roof trusses, floors, doors and windows.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To determine the meta-centric height of the ship model.
  • To verify the Bernoulli’s theorem.
  • To determine the coefficient of discharge through Orifice and Venturimeter.
  • To calibrate a given notch
  • To determine the coefficient of discharge for a mouth piece.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To conduct chain surveying and chain traversing.
  • To perform compass surveying.
  • To perform plane tabling by using two points and three point problems.
  • To prepare contour maps and permanent adjustments of level.
4th Semester
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To design Singly & Doubly Reinforced beams.
  • To analyse bending and torsion in Beams.
  • To analyse and design Flanged Beams.
  • To design one-way and two-way slabs.
  • To design Isolated and wall footings.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the basic properties of concrete.
  • To understand production of concrete.
  • To study various non-destructive tests.
  • To understand the causes and effects of deterioration of concrete.
  • To get the knowledge of Ready Mix Concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To perform various tests on cement.
  • To perform various tests on aggregates.
  • To perform various tests on concrete.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To design Singly & Doubly Reinforced beams.
  • To analyse bending and torsion in Beams.
  • To analyse and design Flanged Beams.
  • To design one-way and two-way slabs.
  • To design Isolated and wall footings.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand water supply system, its components, distribution and home plumbing.
  • To understand sewage quantification and conveyance system and quality requirements.
  • To understand air and noise pollution source, effects and control principles and techniques.
  • To understand solid waste management, characteristics, effects and disposal methods.
5th Semester

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand construction method of road.
  • To design various cross sectional elements
  • To analyze the horizontal and vertical alignment profile of a highway
  • To get the knowledge of traffic characteristics and surveys conducted along with various traffic control devices such as signs, signals.
  • To understand various road construction materials
  • To design flexible and rigid pavements as per latest IRC guidelines.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To perform various tests on aggregates used for road construction.
  • To perform various test on bitumen used for road construction.
  • To conduct Marshall Stability for bituminous mix design.
  • To evaluate the soil strength using CBR test.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand water supply system, its components, distribution and home plumbing.
  • To understand sewage quantification and conveyance system and quality requirements.
  • To understand air and noise pollution source, effects and control principles and techniques.
  • To understand solid waste management, characteristics, effects and disposal methods.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand water supply system, its components, distribution and home plumbing.
  • To understand sewage quantification and conveyance system and quality requirements.
  • To understand air and noise pollution source, effects and control principles and techniques.
  • To understand solid waste management, characteristics, effects and disposal methods.
Elective-II

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the factor affecting design of pavement.
  • To design flexible pavement.
  • To design rigid pavement.
  • To understand the concept of joints in rigid pavement.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To understand the factor affecting design of pavement.
  • To design flexible pavement.
  • To design rigid pavement.
  • To understand the concept of joints in rigid pavement.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To study the Composition and Characteristics of various waste.
  • To know various strategy for solid waste management.
  • To know various strategy for Hazardous waste management.
  • To know the design aspects of land fill disposal of solid water.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To explore ground water methods of investigation
  • To aware about unsteady radial flows
  • To design various components of tube wells
  • To study recharge techniques of ground water.
Elective-III
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To understand concept of various element of highways.
  • To understand the concept of side distance.
  • To design the cross section element of a highway.
  • To design intersection in urban road.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge
6th Semester

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To study various I.S rolled steel sections and their specifications.
  • To analyze and design riveted, bolted and welded connections
  • To design tension and compression members using simple and built up sections.
  • To design built up beams and to study about web buckling, crippling and diagonal buckling.
  • To design gantry girder and plate girder.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To study the basics of hydrology, hydrological cycle and its applications
  • To understand various types of precipitations, their characteristics and measurements including rain gauges and preparation of rainfall data.
  • To understand the basics of evaporation, transpiration, evapotranspiration and infiltration along with their measurements.
  • To understand various factors of runoff, its estimation and measurement.
  • To understand the concept of hydrograph, its components and factors
  • To understand the role of water in national development and assessment of water resource.
  • To understand the economic and financial analysis of water resource.
  • To understand the application of system engineering in practical problems like hydrology, irrigation and drainage engineering.
Elective-IV
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To understand the principal structural dynamics.
  • To summarize the solution technique for dynamics of single and multi-degree freedom systems.
  • To understand the concept of damping in structure.
Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:
  • To provide an in depth understanding of physical and physio-chemical processes used for water and wastewater treatment systems
  • To provide capability to design such systems.
  • To understand standard parameters for safe potable water.
8th Semester

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of Civil engineering.

Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge
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Course Out Comes : On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able:

  • To classify the bridge on various parameters
  • To design RCC bridges
  • To design steel bridges
  • To design sub structure components of a bridge

Project-Based Learning

The Department of Civil Engineering aspires to create leaders in developing innovative solutions to the modern-day infrastructure problems following a project-based learning approach –

  • Students are encouraged to learn via the Group Learning approach
  • The students learn to solve case studies equivalent to real-life situations
  • The learning approach involves carrying out surveys to gauge both the students’ and instructors’ perceptions of the effectiveness of the approach.
  • Students are given industry exposure through Industrial Visits, International Expert Lectures, Workshops and Interactive sessions.

Career opportunities

The civil engineering graduates receive job offers through campus placement drives organized by the institutions. The salary range varied from place to place and from one industry segment to another. Civil Engineers also work in government departments, MNCs, and Public Sector Units (PSUs) as well as in private organizations. Smart City, Metro Projects, Eco-Friendly Airports, and Prime Minister’s Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) are major construction projects where civil engineering graduates/postgraduates aspire to work with handsome salaries. Power generation firms and Gas & Oil plants such as NTPC, NHPC, ONGC, BPCL, GAIL India, HPCL, Indian Oil Corporation, BHEL, Reliance, Jaiprakash Power, TATA Power, Adani, power, Power Grid Corp, etc. have massive demand of civil engineers. Graduates with civil engineering can also join research laboratories of national importance such as BARC, DRDO, ISRO, CSIR, etc. as Engineers/Scientists.

Career Prospects

  • Building Control Surveyor
  • Site Engineer
  • Construction Manager
  • Structural Engineer
  • Public Health Engineer
  • Civil Contractor
  • Design Engineer
  • Building Services Engineer
  • Quantity Surveyor
  • Urban Designer & Planner

Eligibility Criteria

Duration: 4 yrs.

The Candidate should have passed the 10+2 examination with Physics, Mathematics, and English as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subjects. Obtained at least 60% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to the reserved category) in the above subjects taken together

OR Passed Diploma examination with at least 60% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category), subject to vacancies in the First Year, in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted.

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
B Tech (Civil Engineering)
1,00,000 20,000
5000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

Admission Enquiry 2020

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