Course Details

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is one of the broadest and oldest of the engineering disciplines, extending across many technical specialties. Civil Engineers plan, design, and supervise the construction of facilities essential to modern life like space satellites and launching facilities, offshore structures, bridges, buildings, tunnels, highways, transit systems, dams, airports, harbors, water supply system and wastewater treatment plants. A civil engineer is responsible for planning and designing a project, constructing the project to the required scale, and maintenance of the project. A civil engineer requires not only a high standard of engineering knowledge but also supervisory and administrative skills.

Civil engineers are employed in all the major construction projects carried out by the state or central government like the public works departments (PWD), the railways and military. Civil Engineers are mostly required in private construction and real estate companies as project engineers.

SYLLABUS

To get a better idea about the course structure, let us go through a list of important subjects present in this program.

Semester - I
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry -I
Engineering Mechanics
Basic Electrical Engineering
Environmental studies
Basic Workshop Practice-I
Semester - II
Applied Mathematics-II
Applied Physics-II
Applied Chemistry -II
Engineering Drawing
Structured Programming Approach
Communication Skills
Basic Workshop Practice-II
Semester - III
Applied Mathematics -III
Surveying - I
Strength of Materials
Engineering Geology
Fluid Mechanics - I
Semester - IV
Applied Mathematics- IV
Surveying-II
Structural Analysis-I
Building Design & Drawing
Building Materials & Construction Technology
Fluid Mechanics-II
Semester - V
Structural Analysis – II
Geotechnical Engg.– I
Applied Hydraulics
Environmental Engineering - I
Transportation Engineering – I
Department Level Optional Course - I
Business and Communication Ethics
Semester - VI
Geotechnical Engg. – II
Design and Drawing of Steel Structures
Transportation Engg. – II
Environmental Engg – II
Water Resource Engineering - I
Department Level Optional Course - II
Software Applications in Civil Engineering
Semester - VII
Quantity Survey Estimation and Valuation
Theory of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Water Resource Engineering - II
Department Level Optional Course - III
Institute Level Optional Course - I
Project I
Semester - VIII
Design and Drawing of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Construction Management
Department Level Optional Course - IV
Institute Level Optional Course - II
Project II