Curriculum for undergraduate Courses
The curriculum is divided into 8 semesters. In each semester, apart from the classroom works, the students are required to complete exhaustive laboratory works. After the completion of 6th semester, the students take up industrial training in different organizations to become familiar with the different industrial and governmental environment. The final semester students of the college carry out a project-work in partial fulfillment of their regular course-work.
-Th = Theory
-App = Applied
-Pr = Practical
-Over all number of hours = 3270
-Over all number of units = 163
- Each academic year consists of 30 studying weeks
CE101 Engineering Mechanics (2,2,0):-
Basic concepts, Force systems, Resultants of force systems, Equilibrium of force systems, line, Area and volume centroids, Center of gravity, and Center of pressure, Plane trusses, Friction, Moments of inertia of areas and masses, Principles of virtual work, Introduction to dynamics, Kinematics of particles, Rectilinear & curvilinear motion, Kinetics of particles and rigid bodies, Work and energy, Impulse and momentum, Plane motion, Translation and Rotation, Vibration
CE102 Mathematics - I (2,2,0):-
Functions, Domains, Ranges, Derivatives of algebraic functions, Curve tracing, Mean value theorem and its application to curve tracing, area by integration, Fundamental theorem of integration, Numerical integration, some applications of definite integrals (areas, distances, volumes, length of a curve, area of surface of revolution), Transcendental functions and their inverses, Determinates, Solving linear equations by determinates, Methods of integration, Plane analytic geometry, Conic sections,
CE103 Computer and Programming (2,2,0):-
Introduction, Flow charts, Algorithms, Hard ware, machine language, soft ware, Principle of computer work, Numeric systems, Programming with “Q-BASIC” language, Computer application in Civil Engineering
CE104 Engineering Drawing (0,0,6):-
Introduction, Selection of instruments, Engineering lettering, Applied geometry, Fundamentals of dimensioning on engineering drawing, Orthographic projection (Models, Auxiliary views), Sectional views, Pictorial drawing and sketching ,civil engineering drawing, Nomograph.
CE105 Building Material and Testing (1,0,2):-
Manufacturing, types and properties of (bricks, stone, Building blocks, Wood, Metals, Lime, Gypsum, Other materials), Damp proofing, Mortars, Finishing, Paints, Sound and heat insulation, Sanitary apparatus, Test on bricks, Stone, Gypsum, Wood, Steel, Tiles and other materials.
CE106 Engineering Geology (2,0,0):- [ 1st Semester ]
Introduction, Earth structure (Formation and Properties), Rocks Minerals, Crystals, Ground water, Rivers, Seas, Lakes, Rock mechanics, Weathering, Erosion, Geology of engineering projects (Foundations, Tunnels, Dams, Reservoirs), Construction and Pavement materials, Geomorphology, Folds and faults, Geological maps, Topographic maps, Geophysical methods.
CE107 Engineering Statistics (2,0,0):-
Introduction, Descriptive and inferential statistics, Pictorial description of data, Data classification, Frequency distribution Cumulative Frequency Distributions, Histogram, Frequency Polygon, Ogive, Central measures, Measures of variation, Probabilities of simple and compound events, Permutations, Combinations, Binomial distribution, t - distribution, F - distribution, Correlation and regression, Analysis of linear regression, Curve fitting by least squares, Computer application in statistics.
CE 108 Descriptive Geometry ( 0,0,2):- [ 2nd Semester ]
Projection theory, Projection of (Points, Lines, Planes), Frontal line on plan.
CE201 Mathematics – II (2,2,0):-
Vectors, Space coordinates, Curvature, Equations of lines and planes, Functions of two or more variable, Partial derivatives, Total differential, Exact differential ,Multiple integrals, Area, Volume and Moment of inertia by double integration, Infinite series, Power series, Geometric series, Expansion of function by power series, Complex numbers and functions, Polar coordinates.
CE202 Surveying (2,1,3):-
Basic principles and distance measurements, Levels and height measurements, Profiles and cross- sections, Contour lines, Area and volume determination, Theodolites and angle measurement, location of coordinates, Traversing, Triangulation, Indirect distance measurements, Tachometry, Construction surveying, Curves, Photogrammetry, Hydrographic surveying, Theory of errors and least squares adjustment, Surveying Practices.
CE203 Mechanics of Materials (2,2,0):-
Introduction, Simple stresses and strains, Principal stresses and strains, Torsion, Shear force and bending moment diagram, Stresses in beams, Combined stresses, Slope and deflections, Restrained and continuous beams, columns, Introduction to some special topics ( thin and thick walled cylinders, Thermal stresses, Stress concentration, Shear flow, Shear center, Curved beams ).
CE204 Fluid Mechanics (2,1,1):-
Introduction, Fluid properties, Fluid static’s, Fluid kinematics, Control volume, Conservation of mass, Conservation of energy, Conservation of momentum, dimensional analysis and similitude, Flow of an ideal fluid, Flow of a real fluid, Hydraulics of flow in conduits, Flow in open channel, lab tests.
CE205 Concrete Technology (2,0,1):-
Concrete composition, cement, aggregate, water, admixtures, Concrete manufacturing, Fresh and hardened concrete, Types on concrete, Mix design, Tests of; cement, aggregate, fresh and hardened concrete.
CE206 Computer Programming and Numerical Methods (2,0,2):-
Introduction, Knowledge representation in computers , numeric data, logic data , Arithmetic operation and programming with C++ language , General introduction to numerical analysis , errors and correlation of errors , efficiency of arithmetic operations , arrays and the solution of simultaneous equations , Matrices , Applications and examples , Files , Word processing applications ,Graphics by computer .
CE207 Building Construction (1,1,0):-
Introduction, Soil works, Foundations, Piles, ( Brick; blocks; and masonry works), Forms and Scaffoldings, beams and columns, Arches, Lintels, Sills, Floors, Roofs, Joints, Doors and windows, Stairs, Pre-cast buildings.
CE208 Environmental engineering (1,1,0):-
Introduction, Environmental consideration of city planning, Air pollutants, Control of air pollutants, Solid Wastes and disposal, Surface water pollution, Noise pollution, Radiation pollution, Control of rodents, Pesticides.
CE301 Structures Analysis (2,2,0):-
Introduction and types of analysis, Statically determinate beams and frames, Trusses, Influence lines of beams, trusses and frames, Moving loads, Analysis of indeterminate structures, Approximate analysis of structures, Deformations, Consistent deformation, least work, slope deflection method, Moment distribution, Introduction to matrix methods.
CE302 Reinforced Concrete (2,2,0):-
Concrete and reinforcing steel, Mechanics and behavior of reinforced concrete, Structural safety, Serviceability, Design of beams, slabs, columns and staircases.
CE303 Soil Mechanics (2,1,1):-
Analysis and classification of soils, Clay minerals, Stress – strain behavior and relationship, stresses within a soil mass, Effective stress concept, Permeability and seepage, Compressibility and consolidation of soil, Shear strength of soil, Lateral earth pressure, Slope stability, Bearing capacity and settlement of foundations, The improvement of soil, lab. Tests.
CE304 Highway Engineering (2,1,1):-
Transportation systems and their importance, Earthworks, Volume calculations, Highway classification, Geometric design of highways, Elements and control, Horizontal alignment, sight distance, Circular curves and spirals, Vertical alignments, Parabolic curves, Cross-section elements, At grade and grade separated intersections, Drainage and drainage structures, Economic assessment for highways, Design of flexible pavements, Bituminous mixtures, Properties, design and construction, Lab. Tests.
CE305 Engineering analysis (3,0,0):-
First order O.D.E., Linear differential equations with constant coefficients, Simultaneous linear differential equations, Laplace Equations, Fourier series, Partial differential equation, Function of complex variables, Matrices, Tensor calculus.
CE306 Irrigation and Drainage (2,1,0):-
Introduction, Water- Soil- Plant relationship, Permeability and its measurements, Water requirements, Methods of irrigation (surface, subsurface, sprinkler, drip), Alignment of canals and drains, Design of canal systems, Farm irrigation and water measurement, Irrigation structures, Introduction to drainage, farm drainage, Salt problem and reclamation. Types of drains, Drainage investigation, Drainage system and design, Leaching, Leaching requirements, Open and covered drains, Vertical drains and ground water, Drainage structures, Water, harvesting, Saline water treatment.
CE307 Engineering Management and Economics (2,0,0):-
A-Engineering Management:-Definitions, Introduction to general management, Main duties of an engineering project manager and engineer characters required, Management system, Job planning by grid diagram and bar chart, executive and financial.
B-Engineering Economics:- Introduction, Interest and money time relationship, Fixed increment and sunk costs, Cost of equipment and structures, selection between alternatives, Economic life of equipment and structures, Benefit- cost ratio method.
CE308 Hydrology (1,1,0):-
Introduction, Hydrological cycle, Precipitation, Evaporation, Evapotranspiration, Reservoir evaporation, Infiltration, Infiltration indices, Ground water flow, Well hydraulics, Stream flow measurement, Rating curves, Mass curves, Elemental hydrographic, Unit hydrographic, storm hydrographic, Rainfall-run off modeling, Reservoir investigation and design, Reservoir routing, Flood routing, Flood frequency analysis, Urban storm water hydrology.
CE401 Reinforced Concrete Structural Design (2,2,0):-
Introduction, Analysis of loads, Multi-story buildings, Shear walls, Water tanks, Bridges, Analysis and design of prestressed structures, Loss of prestressing, Analysis and design of prestressed beams, Yield line theory of slabs. Torsion in beams, Precast concrete slabs, beams and walls, STAAD software applications.
CE402 Foundation engineering (2,2,0):-
Introduction, Types of foundations, Site investigation and soil exploration, Bearing capacity, Design of footings, wall footing, Spread footing, Combined footing, Footing subject to eccentric load, Earth retaining structures, Pier foundations, Caissons foundation, Pile foundation, Raft footing, Tunnels.
CE403 Water Supply and Sewerage (2,1,1):-
Fundamental consideration of water supply sources, Quantity of water demand and population forecasting, Water quality and analysis, Pipes and Pipe fittings, water distribution system and water tanks, Water treatment processes, Intakes, Sedimentation, Coagulation and flocculation, Filtration, and disaffection, Miscellaneous water treatment methods, Sewerage quality and analysis, Sewer system and appurtenances, Fundamental consideration of sewage treatment, Primary treatment, Secondary treatment, Lab. Tests.
CE404 Steel Design (2,1,0):-
Introduction, Materials, Connections, Compression and tension members, Beams and crane girders, Plate girders, Axial and biaxial columns, Supports, column bases, Steel tanks, Plastic design of beams and frames, STAAD software applications.
CE405 Hydraulic Structures (2,1,0):-
Open channel cross-section design, Slope of irrigation channels, Lining, Computer application, Seepage and uplift pressure, Flow nets, Lane' weighted creep theory, Lateral seepage, Numerical methods, Irrigation structures, Main canal intake, Head regulators, Weirs, Cross regulators, Drop structures, Spillways, Gates, Siphons, Outlet structures, Drainage structures, Drain junction, Culverts, Manholes, Investigation and site selection for dams, Gravity dams, Earth dams Hydroelectric structures, Component parts, Selection of turbines.
CE406 Methods of Construction and Estimation (2,0,0):-
Introduction, Method of scheduling, CPM, Pert and bar charts, Resources allocation, Job layout, Site control and supervision, Selection of construction equipment, Studies on earthmoving, Road building and concrete mixing and handling, Design of form works, Temporary timber bridges design, Quantities and units of measurement, Estimates of quantities in engineering projects, Cost of materials and the final cost of projects, Specifications of materials and works.
CE407 Traffic Engineering (2,0,0):-
Introduction to traffic and transportation engineering, Speed studies, Volume studies, Highway capacity and level of service, Traffic signs and signals, Parking studies, Traffic accidents studies.
CE408 Engineering Project (1,0,2):-
Topics in civil engineering and computer applications will be separately decided by the department for individual groups.
CE409 Civil Drawing (0,0,2):-
Structural drawing (planes, section, elevations, stair cases, slabs, columns, beams, footings, trusses and steel buildings, highway sections, intersections, irrigation and drainage structure details, sanitary structures), AutoCAD software applications.