Department of Civil Engineering

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:

Civil Engineering is the mother of all Engineering courses and is considered to be the backbone of a nation’s development. The Department of Civil Engineering of ARYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & RESEARCH CENTRE, JAIPUR was established in the year 2007 with an intake of 120. Also in the year 2010, the Department has been elevated to its next pedestal by offering Post Graduation in Structural Engineering with an annual intake of 18. The Civil Department has excellent infrastructure, state-of-the-art laboratories including project laboratory and with natural lighting and ventilation and is well-maintained by technically qualified personal.

Our faculty and staff are devoted to educating our students such that they are best equipped to serve the nation as professionals, scholars, academic leaders, and entrepreneurs. The department offers a concept-oriented teaching-learning process coupled with practical knowledge through industry-institute interaction. Industry personnel is hired as adjunct faculties to share their practical experience and knowledge. To enhance the technical and employability skills of our students, the Department encourages the students to undertake an internship, in-plant training. Apart from the regular curriculum, the department conducts Workshops/Guest Lectures/Industrial Visits for the students to augment their proficiency.

The department has a well established mentoring system that provides individual attention to the students in academic and other activities. The Department also encourages its students to engage in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities to nurture their team spirit and develop organizational skills. The faculty members of the department are promoted to attend/conduct training programs/FDPs to keep them updated.

VISION AND MISSION:

Vision:

To develop a department of academic excellence by producing competent civil engineers to meet the challenges in field and provide satisfaction to the stakeholders.

Mission:

  • To provide sound knowledge in the area of civil engineering through effective pedagogy.
  • To serve the society and the nation by providing competent civil engineers, keen to apply knowledge and accept new challenges in rapidly changing technology to the satisfaction of stakeholders.
  • To create an environment that supports competent professionals to design and develop civil engineering systems and contribute towards research and development activities.
  • To provide ample opportunities to the staff for up-keeping their knowledge and skills in civil engineering and related areas.

MESSAGE BY HOD:

Department of Civil Engineering always strives to provide necessary support system to enable its students to become great scholars, scientists, engineers, leaders, and, above all, complete persons. We would like our teachers to be role models as truth-seekers and torchbearers leading our students to learn not only what is known but also explore the hidden treasures and discover and disseminate knowledge that would enrich the humankind.

DEPARTMENTAL GOALS

  • To establish centers of excellence in various fields of Civil Engineering.
  • To encourage faculty members to take-up R&D and consultancy projects in the area of Civil Engineering.
  • To train faculty members in the advanced Civil Engineering and Technology.
  • To prepare students for successful careers and lifelong learning in Civil engineering with strong professional ethics and behaviour.
  • To ensure effective teaching and learning process and quality research.
  • To encourage innovations, product design and new technologies.

DEPARTMENT SPECIALIZATIONS:

FOCUS AREA:

  • Advanced building Construction work
  • Advance Surveying
  • Professional Practice and construction Management
  • Building Construction software
  • Auto cad and staad-pro design
  • Building planning according to VASTU
  • Theory of computation
  • Laboratory testing

EFFORTS BY OUR FACULTIES

Faculties take extra care of the students the knowledge delivery process throughout the course period. These dedicated and concentrated efforts have culminated in obtaining 100 % results. For these best results our faculty ensures complete learning of the student by providing:

  • Digital Notes as well as hard copy notes: (digital notes are available at aryanotes.com)
  • Guess papers
  • By taking regular test and assignments

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT (SDC) AND CAMPUS RECRUITMENT TRAINING (CRT) CELLS:

SDC & CRT cells are a group of professionals who ensure all round development of the students. These cells not only focus on students' technical skills but also on personality, communication skills and other skills, culminating in a fully groomed unit who is ready to face every aspect of life.

NO. OF SEATS:

120 in civil Engineering Department

PLACEMENTS:

B.Tech 2015-19 Batch
S.No. University Roll No. Name Of Students Branch Placed Placed Placed Placed
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2 15EAYCE007 AJAY BAGRA CIVIL Pinnacle
3 15EAYCE015 ASHOK CHOUDHARY CIVIL Pinnacle
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5 15EAYCE045 HEMANT RATHI CIVIL Pinnacle
6 15EAYCE094 ROHIT BANSAL CIVIL Pinnacle Investment
7 15EAYCE096 ROHIT SHARMA CIVIL Sarv.com
8 15EAYCE300 YASHWANT SINGH CIVIL Aerolith Pinnacle
9 15EAYCE068 NIKHIL JADON CIVIL Ripples
10 15EAYCE042 GURVINDER KAUR CIVIL Ripples
11 15EAYCE036 DHANSHREE DESHMUKH CIVIL Ripples
12 SOHAN LAL CIVIL ICICI Prudential
13 15EAYCE009 AMAN KUMAR CIVIL IMS People
14 15EAYCE115 SUNIL KUMAR CIVIL IMS People
15 15EAYCE301 JAIVARDHAN SINGH CIVIL IMS People
B.Tech 2014-18 Batch
S.No. University Roll No. Name Of Students Branch Placed Placed Placed Placed
1 14EAYCE033 GHANADITYA SINGH CIVIL AU Bank Tech Mahindra
2 14EAYCE118 VIKAS KUMAR CIVIL AU Bank
3 14EAYCE122 VISHNU LUHAR CIVIL AU Bank
4 14EAYCE014 ANKIT KUMAR YADAV CIVIL CADD Centre
5 14EAYCE039 HIMANSHU SHARMA CIVIL CADD Centre
6 14EAYCE059 MANOJ PANDEY CIVIL CADD Centre
7 14EAYCE067 MRINAL CIVIL CADD Centre
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10 14EAYCE053 LOKESH GHIYA CIVIL Net2Source
11 14EAYCE008 AMARJEET KUMAR AMIT CIVIL Pinnacle EPIC
12 14EAYCE084 RAHUL CIVIL Pinnacle
13 14EAYCE035 GOURAV TIWARI CIVIL Tech Mahindra
14 14EAYCE090 RITVIJ SHARMA CIVIL Techienest
15 14EAYCE107 SHUBHAM KUMAR SWAIN CIVIL Techienest
16 14EAYCE046 KARNI DAN BHOJAK CIVIL UA Automation AU Bank
B.Tech 2013-17 Batch
S.No. University Roll No. Name Of Students Branch Placed Placed Placed Placed
1 13EAYCE049 HIMANSHU ARORA CIVIL Amazon
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3 13EAYCE071 MOHD SAMEER CIVIL Epic Research
4 13EAYCE046 HARSH RAJ CIVIL Just Dial Tech Mahindra
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9 13EAYCE044 GOVIND MEENA CIVIL LNJ Bhilwara
10 13EAYCE066 MAYANK ROHIT CIVIL LNJ Bhilwara
11 13EAYCE040 GARIMA RANAWAT CIVIL Sterling and Wilson
12 13EAYCE084 PRATYUSH CIVIL Sterling and Wilson KDS Tech Mahindra
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18 13EAYCE036 DEVRAJ SHARMA CIVIL Tech Mahindra
19 13EAYCE011 AKASH KUMAR CIVIL Tech Mahindra
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21 13EAYCE090 RAJ PAL PAREEK CIVIL Tech Mahindra
22 13EAYCE042 GAURAV SARDANA CIVIL Trigent
B.Tech 2012-16 Batch
S.No. University Roll No. Name Of Students Branch Placed Placed Placed Placed
1 12EAYCE054 KAMIL KAMRAN CIVIL Cyfuture
2 12EAYCE102 SHASHANK KHANDELWAL CIVIL Maintec Technologies
3 12EAYCE073 MOHIT JAIN CIVIL Mirage Infra Ltd.
4 12EAYCE069 MANAS JHALANI CIVIL V Civil Net India Maintec Technologies
5 12EAYCE044 HIMANSHU KANT CIVIL V Civil Net India Mirage Infra Ltd.
6 12EAYCE042 HIMANSHU BHATI CIVIL V Civil Net India Mirage Infra Ltd.
7 12EAYCE106 SHUBHAM SHARMA CIVIL V Civil Net India
8 12EAYCE064 LOKESH KUMAR SHARMA CIVIL V Civil Net India MaintecTechnologies Amazon
B.Tech 2011-15 Batch
S.No. University Roll No. Name Of Students Branch Placed Placed Placed Placed
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3 11EAYCE084 PRASHANT KUMAR CIVIL Sikka Group
4 11EAYCE086 RAHUL SHARMA CIVIL Sikka Group
5 11EAYCE302 SAPANA KUMARI CIVIL Sikka Group

INDUSTRIAL

EDUCATION TRAINING PARTNER:

  • Bosch
  • Google

PROJECTS:

The students of Civil Engineering Department have been excellent work in successfully building projects; a few are as follow:

  • Use of Fly Ash bricks
  • Construction of Open air theater
  • Rain Water Harvesting System at Lobby
  • Underground water tank construction
  • Truss on open air theater

TOP RECRUITERS:

  • L&T
  • PINNACLE
  • ULTRA TECH CEMENT
  • VANSH CONSTRUCTION
  • CONSULTADD
  • CAPEGEMINI
  • TCS
  • INFOSYS
  • IBM
  • COGNIZANT
  • ZYCUS
  • ACCENTURE
  • HCL
  • AMAZON
  • TECH MAHINDRA
  • WIPRO

INDUSTRIAL TOURS & TRAININGS:

  • Internships and trainings are mandatory in VI semesters of 60 days.
  • Visit on RMC plant of LAFARZ cement
  • Survey Camp at Chandwaji Hills

Students have participated in various workshops& technical events held throughout the country including

  • Winner in Bridge competition at IIT Bombay
  • Winner in Bridge competition at IIT Bhuvneshwar
  • Participated in Bridge competition at IIT BHU
  • Participated in Mix Design Concrete Workshop at Wonder Cement
  • Our students started start up “Urban Brick Wall”

The department has following well- equipped laboratories that offer more that the prescribed practical needs as per RTU Curriculum:

Departmental Labs

UTM Lab Civil Engineering Material & Geology Lab Building Planning & Design
Fluid Mechanics Lab Material Testing Lab Concrete Lab
Hydraulic Lab Surveying Lab Building Planning & Design
Design of Concrete Structures Design of Steel Structures Structural Engineering Lab
Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis Environmental Engg. Design & Lab Road Materials Testing Lab
Geotechnical Engineering Design & Lab Water Resources Engineering Design Computer Aided Building Design
Practical Training and Industrial Visit Professional Practice and Estimating Design of Foundations
FACULTY LIST
S.No. Title Name Department Designation
1 Mr. KAPIL KARADIA ME/ CE Assistant Professor
2 Mr. ANIL KUMAR SHARMA CE Assistant Professor
3 Mr. DEEPAK GARG CE Assistant Professor
4 Mr. MAYANK MEHANDIRATTA CE Assistant Professor
5 Mr. OM DEVENDRA CE Assistant Professor
6 Mr. VIKAS KUMAR CE Assistant Professor
7 Mrs. SHRUTI BHARGAVA CE Assistant Professor
8 Ms. NEHA CHAUDHARY CE Assistant Professor
9 Mr. MOHSIN KHAN AGWAN CE Assistant Professor
10 Mr. MUKESH SAINI CE Assistant Professor
11 Mrs. PREETI DHANETWAL MBA Associate Professor
12 Ms. SHEETAL GUPTA FY Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Hemant Kr.Sain CE Assistant Professor
List of Program Outcomes
PO-1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics and science, with fundamentals of Computer Science & Engineering to be able to solve complex engineering problems related to CSE.
PO-2 Problem Analysis: Identify, Formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems related to CSE and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
PO-3 Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems related to CSE and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural societal and environmental considerations.
PO-4 Conduct Investigations of Complex problems: Use research–based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO-5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to computer science related complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO-6 The Engineer and Society: Apply Reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the CSE professional engineering practice.
PO-7 Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the CSE professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO-8 Ethics: Apply Ethical Principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO-9 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary Settings.
PO-10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large such as able to comprehend and with write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and
PO-11 Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.
PO-12 Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning the broadest context of technological change.
S.No. Course Code Course Title Course Outcomes (COs)
1 201/ 3CE2-01 Advance Engineering Mathematics-I
  • CO1: Students will be able to understand the concept of finite differences and apply knowledge of interpolation and numerical integration in real world problems.
  • CO2: To analyze the various methods of numerical solution of differential equations and evaluate solution of Initial Value Problems (IVP) and Boundary Value Problems (BVP).
  • CO3: To understand the concept Laplace transform and its properties and evaluate the solution of Initial Value problems (IVP) and Boundary Value Problems (BVP).
  • CO4: To understand the concept of Fourier transforms and analyzes the appropriate methods for solution of problems of respective fields.
  • CO5: To extend the knowledge of Z-transform and apply the concept to produce the solution of recurrence relations.
2 202/ 3CE1-02 Technical Communication
  • CO1: Student will be able to apply basics of grammar, common error in writing and speaking, study of advanced grammar, editing strategies to achieve appropriate technical style of official documents such as Project Reports, Manuals, and Minutes of Meetings.
  • CO2: Students will be able to investigate, judge and assess their linguistic ability which will get enhanced by Identifying key principles and delivery techniques of effective public speaking (listening, speaking, writing, reading)
  • CO3: Students will be able to outline Notes and create different kinds of technical documents, plan information collection along with analyzing factors and strategies for Information design
  • CO4: Student will be able to create emails and memos intended for an audience within the same company or team as well as to design Resume, Job Application, Technical Reports.
  • CO5: To apply and analyze the relation between load, shear force, bending moment and slope deflection.
3 203/ 3CE2-01 Engineering Mechanics
  • CO1: Students will be able to Understand and apply Fundamental laws of mechanics
  • CO2: To apply and analyze different types of trusses and analysis of structure by methods of joints and method of section.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze the concept of Moment of Inertia of any section.
  • CO4: To apply and analyze the principal of virtual works, different types of friction, Spring and their arrangement
  • CO5: To identify the concept of stresses and strain and to apply their application.
4 5EE4-04204/ 3CE4-05 Surveying
  • CO1: To analyse the importance of surveying: classification, principle and distance measurement.
  • CO2: To apply the methods for measuring angles and directions using various instruments.
5 205/ 3CE4-06 Fluid Mechanics
  • CO1: To understand the various types of fluid and its attributes.
  • CO2: To apply various pressure at a point in a static fluid and analyse equilibrium condition, stability concept for floating bodies.
6 206/ 3CE4-07 Building Materials and Construction
  • CO1: To understand the uses and attributes of stone, brick & tiles.
  • CO2: To explain types, properties ,test and uses of lime, fly ash ,timber, steel and miscellaneous construction material.
  • CO3: To explain types, properties ,test and uses of lime, fly ash ,timber, steel and miscellaneous construction material.
  • CO4: To discuss about foundation types with lay out plan, temporary structure details with joints and safety concerned
  • CO5: To explain various building components with details.
7 207/ 3CE4-08 Engineering Geology
  • CO1: To understand and evaluate the geology: Branches and Scope of Geology and the concepts of various geological materials and weathering processes.
  • CO2: To analyze and evaluate the properties, behavior and engineering significance of different type of rocks and minerals.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze different type of geological features: Fold, Fault, Joints and Unconformities.
  • CO4: To apply and evaluate Geophysical methods for Subsurface Analysis and understand the site selection parameters for Dam & Tunnel.
  • CO5: To create and evaluate the basic concept of remote sensing & GIS in various fields of Civil Engineering.
8 208/ 4CE2-01 Advance Engineering Mathematics-II
  • CO1: To remember the concepts of probability and understand principles of Random variable and Probability Distributions.
  • CO2: To apply knowledge of standard probability distributions to solve various problems of real world and subsequently analyze in logical manner.
  • CO3: To evaluate relationship between variables of various databases of the problems as quantify and qualitative form by Correlation, regression and Rank correlation
  • CO4: To analyze the relationship between variables of various databases of the problems by the fitting of curve fitting under the method of least squares.
  • CO5: Apply the principles of hypothesis testing in statistical problems by creating null and alternate hypothesis and subsequently explain in appropriate form.
9 209/ 4CE1-03 Managerial Economics & Financial
  • CO1: Determine the objectives, nature, scope, role & responsibilities of a manager of a business undertaking.
  • CO2: Predict the demand for a product or product mix of a company & to analyze various factors influencing demand elasticity. Forecast & compute the future sales level of a product by using various quantitative & qualitative techniques and with the help of past sales data.
  • CO3: To know the meaning, importance, sources, & uses of capital in an enterprise and to estimate the working capital requirements.
  • CO4: To know the meaning, importance, steps, methods, uses & limitations of Capital Budgeting & Market Structure.
  • CO5: To interpret, analyze, discuss & comment on the financial performance of a business unit through liquidity leverage, coverage, turnover & profitability ratios.
10 210/ 4CE3-04 Basic Electronics for Civil Engg. Applications
  • CO1: To Understand the concepts of Digital Electronics.
  • CO2: To apply Basic Electronics in measurements in Civil Engineering applications.
  • CO3: To analyze and equip with Errors in measurements systems and to expose to Data Acquisition and Processing.
  • CO4: To apply skills of Sensors and to explain Various Sensor Characteristics.
  • CO5: To Share them Image processing Tools and Mat lab codes on Images.
11 211/ 4CE4-05 Strength of Materials
  • CO1: To understand and apply the concept of stress and strains and to evaluate stress and strains in different members.
  • CO2: To apply and analyze the Bending moment, Shear force and Axial thrust diagrams for statically determinate beams and the distribution of bending and shear stresses for simple and composite sections.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze the elementary concepts of torsion, shear stress in solid and hollow circular shafts.
  • CO4: To evaluate the short and long columns subjected to various loading conditions.
  • CO5: To apply and analyze the relation between load, shear force, bending moment and slope deflection.
12 212/ 4CE4-06 Hydraulics Engineering
  • CO1: To understand dimensional analysis and analyze the various models, concepts and characteristics of boundary layer and turbulent flow.
  • CO2: Student will be able to understand steady, unsteady, uniform and non-uniform flow, to apply and evaluate gradually and rapidly varied flow in open channel flow
  • CO3: To understand about the working of hydraulic machines like pumps, turbines: To apply and analyse the performance of hydraulic machines
  • CO4: To understand about hydrological phenomenon, unit hydrograph, analyse the rainfall, and properties of aquifer: to analyze and estimate the runoff and peak runoff rate.
  • CO5: To apply and estimate water requirement, delta, duty and base and various aspects of Design of Canal: To understand various approaches of cross section of channels and silt control in canals and analyze Kenneday's theory and Lacey's theory.
13 213/ 4CE4-07 Building Planning
  • CO1: To understand and analyze the different types of buildings, criteria for location and site selection and the different methods of drawing sun chart and sun shading devices.
  • CO2: To apply and analyze the Climatic and comfort Consideration using climate modulating devices and evaluate the orientation criteria for tropical climate with the consideration of Building Bye Laws and NBC Regulations.
  • CO3: To analyze and evaluate the principles of Planning and different factors affecting planning including vastu Shastra in Modern Building planning.
  • CO4: To analyze and evaluate the principles of Planning and different factors affecting planning including vastu Shastra in Modern Building planning.
  • CO5: To analyze the Services in Buildings.
14 214/ 4CE4-08 Concrete Technology
  • CO1: To apply the knowledge/diff. properties and role of various ingredients like cement, aggregate, admixtures etc. to produce good quality concrete.
  • CO2: To analyze properties of fresh and harden concrete by examining in lab and perform destructive, semi-destructive and non-destructive tests for concrete.
  • CO3: To categorize the concrete manufacturing process and selecting right step by step process to achieve workable, durable of fresh and harden concrete.
  • CO4: To design the concrete mix with suitable chemical admixture, this fulfils the required properties for fresh and hardened concrete.
  • CO5: To create the advance concrete and develop such concrete by adding and manipulating composition.
15 301/ 5CE1A Theory of Structures-I
  • CO1: To understand the basic concept of Static and Kinematic determinacy and to Apply, analyze & differentiate the beam and frame among various classical methods.
  • CO2: To Apply, Analyze & Interpret the data for simply supported Continuous beam by Moment Distribution method.
  • CO3: To differentiate among various types of structures and Examine & Produce the Structure by Strain Energy method and Unit Load Method.
  • CO4: To Apply, & Categorized the structure by Column Analogy and  Kani’s Method for beam and Frame Structures.
  • CO5: To Analyze and Evaluate the Frame by using three different method and Built & differentiate among these methods.
16 302/ 5CE2A Environmental Engineering -I
  • CO1: To understand and analyze the environment and its component, concept of the various water supply demand using empirical formula and the various water supply distributing components.
  • CO2: To analyse the various sources of water and hydrological cycle, also identify the various types of physical and chemical properties of water and quality checking for water.
  • CO3: To analyse the mode of the hydraulic Conduits, pipe material, pipe joints and pump station and evaluate the various types of water treatment process.
  • CO4: To evaluate the various advance water treatment process and create the sustainable treatment equipment.
  • CO5: To Design the water distribution system and evaluate various types of plumbing system for water supply.
17 303/ 5CE3A Geotechnical Engineering -I
  • CO1: To understand and apply the properties of soil like water content, specific gravity, void ratio etc.
  • CO2: To analyze the different types of structures of soil, concept of Capillary and Permeability.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze the different types of stresses in soil.
  • CO4: To identify the Shear strength of soil and different tests of soil on Shear strength.
  • CO5: To apply and analyze the Principles of soil compaction and soil stabilization
18 304/ 5CE4A Surveying II
  • CO1: To evaluate trigonometric formulas for leveling: RL for various field and instrument conditions.
  • CO2: To analyze the different types of curves.
  • CO3: To analyze the triangulation with proper station requirements for surveying.
  • CO4: To analyze various errors in measurement of angles, distances and reduce levels
  • CO5: To apply field astronomy using modern instruments
19 305/ 5CE5A Building Design
  • CO1: To Understand and apply the concept of design loads & structural Systems.
  • CO2: To Apply and analyze the concept of lateral loads in respect of wind load.
  • CO3: To Apply and analyze the concept of lateral loads in respect of Earthquake loads.
  • CO4: To analyze & evaluate of masonry and framed buildings.
  • CO5: To analyze & evaluate of mass housing and special roofs with different types.
20 306/ 5CE6.3A Solid Waste Management
  • CO1: To understand and analyze Problems associated with Solid Waste Disposal and Goals of solid waste management.
  • CO2: To analyze Handling, Storage and Processing: Public Health and Aesthetics, Onsite Handling, Onsite, Storage and On-site Processing Method.
  • CO3: To analyze and evaluate Solid Waste Collections, Transfer and Transport: Collection Systems.
  • CO4: To analyze and evaluate Processing and Disposal Methods using different Processing Techniques.
  • CO5: To analyze the Recovery of Resources, Conversion, Products and Energy: Material Recovery, Energy Generation and Recovery Operation, Reuse in other industry.
21 312/ 6CE1A TOS-II
  • CO1: To understand the basic principles of SFD & BMD for the rolling loads and mathematical problems with reference to rolling loads and ILD.
  • CO2: To distinguish between types of arches and evaluate the stability of arches.
  • CO3: To analyze the concept of cables and suspension bridges.
  • CO4: To analyze the concept of unsymmetrical bending and shear centre.
  • CO5: To apply the matrix method for displacement calculations in structures.
22 313/ 6CE2A Geotechnical Engineering-II
  • CO1: To apply and evaluate stresses in soil under surface loadings by different methods of analysis.
  • CO2: To apply and evaluate the concept of compressibility & consolidation under different conditions.
  • CO3: To analyze the different types of slopes and their stability.
  • CO4: To apply and analyze the earth pressure theory.
  • CO5: To identify and apply the various methods of estimation of bearing capacity of shallow foundation at different loadings and water level conditions using different methods.
23 314/ 6CE3A Environmental Engineering-II
  • CO1: To understand the various waste water parameter and evaluate the various types of sewage quality parameter with creation of the quality assessment equipment.
  • CO2: To analyze the various types of sewerage system with application of the hydraulic design of sewer line in various terrain.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze the various treatment process for waste water with consideration of sustainable or economical uses.
  • CO4: To analyze the various methods for disposal of sewage by dilution, self purification and sewage farming and evaluating the various types of plumbing systems in building.
  • CO5: To identify the practical solutions of the air and noise pollution with the effective solution for reduction of pollution and also differentiate the pollution of green house effect and acid rain.
24 315/ 6CE4A Design of Concrete Structure-I
  • CO1: To understand the stress strain behavior of steel and concrete & concept of working stress and limit state methods.
  • CO2: To analyzing the singly and double reinforced beam.
  • CO3: To understand limit state design for flexure, shear, torsion, bond and anchorage and development length.
  • CO4: To analyzing one way and two way concrete slab according IS 456 -2000.
  • CO5: To understand the behavior of columns subjected to eccentric load and use of interaction diagrams and To study the design of various foundations.
25 316/ 6CE5A Transportation engineering-I
  • CO1: To understand the planning, characteristics and development of transportation system.
  • CO2: To analyze the various properties, procedures of road construction material and equipments.
  • CO3: To design the various road cross section element and curves.
  • CO4: To analyse the several road traffic engineering studies and awareness regarding design of informatory and warning indications.
  • CO5: To design the plain and hilly pavement by various methods considering different factors.
26 317/ 6CE6.1A Remote Sensing & GIS
  • CO1: To evaluate Photogrammetric and apply principles of Photogrammetric to create maps and their substitutes.
  • CO2: To Analyze the basic concept of remote sensing.
  • CO3: To evaluate and analyse different types of platforms, sensors and their characteristics in Remote Sensing.
  • CO4: Analyze and create the different type of information from different remote sensing data products using various image processing techniques.
  • CO5: To create the basic concept of GIS and analyze the use of GIS tool for civil engineering purpose.
27 401/ 7CE1A Water Resources Engineering-I
  • CO1: To Apply and analyze the functions, advantages of present status of irrigation in India and water harvesting and conservation.
  • CO2: To apply the Role of command area development authority and Canal Irrigation. To Analyze and Evaluate the design of channels, regime and semi theoretical approaches.
  • CO3: To apply and Distribution of Canal Water. To apply and evaluate different stages of rivers, and river training & bank protection works.
  • CO4: To analyze and Apply Water Logging Causes and types of channels lining and design of lined channel.
  • CO4: To Apply Hydrology and Hydrologic cycle. To analyze and Evaluate Application to Engineering problems, measurement of rainfall, rain gauge, peak flow, flood frequency method.
28 402/ 7CE2A Design of Steel Structures-I
  • CO1: To apply and analyze the types of steel, their broad specifications and Plastic analysis of steel structures.
  • CO2: To analyze and design the bolted and welded connections under axial and eccentric loadings.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze the Compression Member.
  • CO4: To analyze and design the beams and their connections.
  • CO5: To apply and analyze the column bases, Slab base, gusseted base for axial and eccentric compressive load.
29 403/ 7CE3A DCS-II
  • CO1: To Compare the concept of Pre-Tension & Post- Tension concrete and students are able to Analyze and Apply the concept of Pre-Tension & Post- Tension on rectangular Pre stressed concrete Section.
  • CO2: To differentiate the Torsion and different types of beam and Analyse & Evaluate the three types of Beams by using Indian Standard Code:456-2000.
  • CO3: To Differentiate, apply & analyse the types of Tank and Dome using Indian Standard code :3370-Part2-2009.
  • CO4: To Describe the basic concept of Yield Line Theory & its applications & students are able to differentiate, Evaluate and analyse the different types of Retaining walls.
  • CO5: To differentiate the bridge and Culvert and students are able to apply and analyse the slab culvert and T- Bridge for IRC Loading by using Indian Stand Code: IRC 6-1966 and IRC 21-2000.
30 404/ 7CE4A Transportation engineering-II
  • CO1: To understand the various permanent way components, features, maintenance, and signal systems.
  • CO2: To analyze the different types of curves. To apply and design the points and crossings, at surface, elevated and underground railway system conditions.
  • CO3: To design the various geometric attributes and gauge widening in railway system.
  • CO4: To analyze the several components of airport engineering.
  • CO5: To design airport pavement by using various methods
31 405/ 7CE5A ANMCE
  • CO1: To remember decimal and binary number system and understand the concept of Accuracy, Errors and approximations for solution of problems.
  • CO2: To explain basic concept of iterative methods and apply appropriate iterative methods for numerical solutions of non linear equations.
  • CO3: To remember basic concept of matrices and understand consistency of the system of equations for solution linear system of equations by direct methods.
  • CO4: To understand the concept of iterative methods and creating the approximate solution of linear system of equations by use of appropriate iterative methods
  • CO5: To remember the concept of finite differences, analyze the various methods and apply knowledge of interpolation for solution of engineering problems.
32 406/ 7CE6A Advanced Transportation Engineering
  • CO1: To understand the different traffic studies and also to apply & analyze the traffic data by various methods.
  • CO2: To apply the various methods for traffic engineering and also to solve out the problems based on distribution.
  • CO3: To analyze the principles of roads & signals and also design the various roads and signals in traffic engineering.
  • CO4: To analyze the various traffic laws and regulations & also to evaluate the various types of markings and signs.
  • CO4: To evaluate the effect of traffic on environment and to understand & remember the various road safety measures
33 411/ 8CE1A Water Resources Engineering-II,
  • CO1: To understand and design the Regulation of works and Drainage Structure.
  • CO2: To apply and analyze the surface and subsurface flows, using Bligh's and Khosla's theory also describe about the weirs and barrages.
  • CO3: To apply and analyze the Embankment Dams and Gravity Dams with the stability and seepage analysis.
  • CO4: To analyze and evaluate spillways and gates, general features of hydroelectric schemes, elements of power house structure, selection of turbines and cavitations.
  • CO5: To Evaluate the impact of water projects on river regimes and environment. To analyze the Reservoir sedimentation and water shed management using optimization techniques and system approach and G.I.S. and Computer aided irrigation design.
34 414/ 8CE2A DSS-II
  • CO1: To Differentiate the Gantry girder and Roof Truss and also Apply & analyse the Gantry girder and Roof Truss with help of Indian Standard Code :800-2007, IS: 875-Part-III and understand the application of Tubular Sections.
  • CO2: To Compare the Welded section & Bolted Section and Evaluate & Analyze the Welded section & Bolted Section by using Design Specification IS:800-2007.
  • CO3: To Design the bridge, Categorization & Produced the Deck Type Bridge with help of Indian Standard Bridge Rule Code.
  • CO4: To Design of bridge and differentiate & Evaluate the Foot over Bridge & Truss Girder Bridge with help of Indian Bridge Rule Code.
  • CO5: To Differentiate explanation of the types of Tank and Apply & Analyse among these tank with the help of Indian Standard Code :IS 804-1967 ,IS 805-1968.
35 415/ 8CE3A PPCM
  • CO1: Student will be able to understand the financial evaluation of project and also to differentiate the various construction project techniques.
  • CO2: To evaluate the different project management techniques and also to analyze the methods of network for various project.
  • CO3: Student will be able to solve the problems related to project cost and time control and also to understand the cost and time for various project.
  • CO4: Student will be able to understand the skills of contract management and also to evaluate the various contracts and tenders plumbing systems in building.
  • CO5: To educate about safety measures at construction site and also to remember and understand the various environment and social aspects of construction project.
36 416/ 8CE4.2A Advance Foundation Engineering
  • CO1: To understand various method of estimation of bearing capacity of shallow foundation at different loading and water level conditions.
  • CO2: To evaluate the settlement under shallow foundation by various method available with refer to Indian Standards.
  • CO3: To identify different types of pile with their use, modes of failure and to estimate bearing capacity and settlement of pile foundation at various conditions .
  • CO4: To analyze the behavior of collapsible and expensive soils also design practices of foundation for these soils.
  • CO5: To identify common types of raft, modes of failure and to measure bearing capacity, settlement of raft and well foundation at various conditions.

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