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Sem: 4 - ENGINEERING ECONOLICS & MANAGEMENT (2140003)



The course is intended to provide basic understanding of Economics and Management to engineering students with following aspects:


  • To impart knowledge, with respect to concepts, principles and practical applications of Economics, which govern the functioning of a firm/organization under different market conditions?

  • To help the students to understand the fundamental concepts and principles of management; the basic roles, skills, functions of management, various organizational structures and basic knowledge of marketing.


Sem: 4 - ADVANCE SURVEYING (2140601)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Conduct tacheometry and geodetic survey.

  • Apply principles of theory of errors for correction of measurements.

  • Apply knowledge of astronomy for solving civil engineering problems.

  • Solve Mathematical Equations by various methods.

  • Explain use of aerial camera, aerial photographs and procedure of aerial survey.

  • Utilize stereoscope and parallax bars.

  • Utilize total station and other modern survey instruments.

  • Apply GIS in solving engineering problems


Sem: 4 - STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I (2140603)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Apply principles of statics to determine reactions & internal forces in statically determinate structures.

  • Determine displacements of statically determinate structures.

  • Determine stresses due to axial & eccentric loading.

  • Determine buckling load for columns & struts with different end conditions.

  • Determine strain energy stored in a body.

  • Determine stresses in thin cylinders and spherical vessels.


Sem: 4 - NUMERICAL METHODS & STATISTICS (2140606)



After learning the course the students should be able to:


  • Understand and apply the basic concepts of probability, random variables.

  • Probability distribution.

  • Use statistical methodology and tools in the engineering problem solving process.

  • Compute and interpret descriptive statistics using numerical and graphical techniques.

  • Understand the basic concepts of regression and curve fitting.

  • Calculate finite differences of tabulated data.

  • use numerical methods to find integration and differentiation.

  • find an approximate solution of algebraic equations using appropriate method.


Sem: 4 - BUILDING & TOWN PLANNING (2140607)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Comprehend local building bye-laws and provisions of National Building Code in respect of building and town planning.

  • Discuss various aspects of principles of planning and architecture in planning building and mass composition.

  • Explain the principles of planning and design considerations to construct earthquake resistant building.

  • Prepare working drawings, foundation plans and other executable drawings with proper details for residential buildings.


Sem: 4 - Concrete Technology (2140608)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • After learning the course the students should be able to understand the basic behaviour of concrete, its application in varied environment, help them to handle the material on site and thus become good professional engineers.


Sem: 6 - Design Engineering (2160001)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • The course aims to validate the learnings from the understanding Design Thinking course by translating the concepts into exercises. In this module, student will continue their work from 5th semester on Community based project and complete the Design Thinking cycle with emphasis on product development, detail design, prototyping and validation of the solutions in real environment.


Sem: 6 - ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENTS (2160601)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Building Construction by B.C.Punamia.

  • Understand the working principle and use of various equipments.

  • Select appropriate construction equipments for desired construction works.

  • Execute the operations of Demolition of structures with safety.

  • Erect the false work for Bridges and form work for Heavy structures.


Sem: 6 - Applied Fluid Mechanics (2160602)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Analyze fluid flow through pipes in series, parallel and pipe networks under laminar and turbulent flow conditions.

  • Analyze and design streamlined objects considering boundary layer effects.

  • Analyze open channel flow and design optimal sections; calculate forces on sluice gates considering specific energy and momentum principle.

  • Understand, analyze and study the performance characteristics of hydraulic machines.

  • Carry out model studies for fluid flow problems.


Sem: 6 - Railway, Bridge and Tunnel Engineering (2160603)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Know about railway track components, their materials, size, function and importance.

  • Carry out geometric design of railway track.

  • Know about various components in diverging, merging and crossings of railway tracks, stations, yards, signaling, interlocking and control systems.

  • Know about requirements of railway track for high speed trains, safety aspects and maintenance.

  • Understand about different types of bridges, their components, loads/stresses acting on bridges, requirement and function of the components, hydrological design, methods of erection, maintenance of bridges.

  • Understand about importance, types, methods of construction, mucking, ventilation, lining and lighting in Tunnels.


Sem: 6 - Water and Waste Water Engineering (2160604)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Design the water supply and wastewater treatment systems.

  • Determine the treatment efficiency of treatment units.


Sem: 6 - Elementary Structural Design (2160607)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Understand various design philosophy to be used in the design of structural elements.

  • Design basic structural elements like slab, beams, columns and foundation etc. using steel and concrete as materials.

  • Design basic structural elements slab, beams, columns and foundation etc. using limit state approach.


Sem: 6 - Urban Transportation System (Dept Elec-I) (2160608)



After studying this subject students will be able to:


  • Know about urban transportation system planning process, land use planning, different urban mass transit systems-their merits and limitations, different types of transportation surveys, travel demand modeling, urban mass transit system operation and urban goods movement.

  • Carry out trip generation, trip distribution, modal split and trip assignment analysis.