Civil Engineering College In Bhopal

Department of Civil Engineering

The Department was established in 2007.The present intake of this Department is 120. Faculties along with lab staff of this department are dedicated for the full-fledged development of students. Our students have performed very well in various fields and are keen for research work. Field visits, seminars, specialized training and participation in various activities are a part of our scheme. Our institute and this department in particular focuses on the development of the teaching skills of faculties. Labs are given equal importance to make students aware of the practical scenario related to the branch which in turn helps them attract jobs.

The Vision of department is to empower our students with the technicalities and their all round development to fulfill the requirements of present globalization. To preach students the ethics of engineering in order to produce engineers with high caliber and morals to serve the society.

CIVIL ENGINEERING COURSE OUTCOMES

  • BT-204 Basic Civil Engineering and Mechanics

    CO 1: Students will be able to understand and apply the knowledge of building materials like stone, cement, mortar and bricks for building construction.


    CO 2: Student will gain knowledge about surveying, their types and different types of equipments used in different methods of surveying.


    CO 3: Students will be able to understand the methods by which area and volume are determined.


    CO 4: Students will be able to understand the concept of equillibrium of forces and trusses.


    CO 5: Students will be able to understand the concept of share force and bending moment.

  • CE-302 Construction Materials

    CO 1: Students will be able to understand and apply the knowledge of building materials like stone, cement, mortar and bricks for building construction, designing of houses, roads and other construction activities.


    CO 2: Students will be able to apply the knowledge and use appropriate materials like timber, steel, glass and aluminum for construction purposes like doors, windows, roof, partition walls and interior work.


    CO 3: Students will be able to understand the types of roofs, floors and where to use these types depending on the weather condition and the cost of construction. The student will also to able understand and get knowledge about different plumbing material and to apply this knowledge effectively for selection of materials.


    CO 4: Students will be able to understand types of paints, the process of manufacturing, the procedure for application and the material to be used during painting.


    CO 5: Students will be able to understand water proofing material and will also have knowledge of sound proofing material used for building conference hall, auditorium, and theatres.

  • CE-303 Surveying

    CO 1: Student will gain knowledge about surveying, their types and different types of equipments used in different methods of surveying.


    CO 2: Student will be able to measure the dimensions (length, angle etc.) by using different surveying instruments to obtain an overall picture.


    CO 3: Student will be able to interpretate survey data.


    CO 4: Student will be able to apply survey technique and to implement it in different construction works.


    CO 5: Student will be able to understand the methods involve in different streams of surveying like tacheometry, photogrammetry etc.

  • CE-304 Building Planning and Architecture

    CO 1: Student will be able to study and explore the drawings of various building elements like doors, windows etc.


    CO 2: Student will explore building drawing as a way of discovering and developing ideas for designing and planning of residential, industrial and commercial building.


    CO 3: Student will be able to prepare and interpretate the building drawings as a professional setup.


    CO 4: Student will be able to understand the various principles and applications associated with building services.


    CO 5: Student will be able to understand the concept and application of perspective drawing along with study of planning standards.

  • CE-305 Strength of Materials

    CO 1: Students will be able to evaluate the principal stress & strain at a point of a stressed member.


    CO 2: Students will be able to evaluate the principal stress & strain at a point of a stressed member.


    CO 3: Students will be able to illustrate the existence of shear stresses in the different layers of the beam for various loadings.


    CO 4: Students will be able to classify and compare the loaded structural members for deflection.


    CO 5: Students will be able to determine the torsion equation, maximum torque & pure torsion.

  • ES-401 Energy and Environmental Engineering

    CO 1: Students will be able to understand environmental variables and interpretate results.


    CO 2: Students will be able to evaluate local, regional and global environmental topics related to resource use and management.


    CO 3: Students will be able to propose solutions to environmental problems related to resource use and management.


    CO 4: Students will be able to interpret the results of scientific studies of environmental problems.


    CO 5: Students will be able to describe threats to global biodiversity, their implications, and potential solutions.

  • CE-402 Construction Technology

    CO 1: Students will be able to understand concept of various types of components of building.


    CO 2: Students will be able to understand concept of different types of brick and stone masonry.


    CO 3: Students will be able to understand construction procedure.


    CO 4: Students will be able to understand different types of concrete and its type.


    CO 5: Students will be able to understand various type of form work.


    CO 6: Students will be able to understand various construction activity like damp proof course (D.P.C) and anti termite treatment.

  • CE-403 Structural Analysis - I

    CO 1: After completion of this subject student will be able to analyze Fixed and continuous beams.


    CO 2: Student will be able to analyze moving loads and will be able to draw influence line diagrams for simply supported beams.


    CO 3: Student will also be able to analyze columns.


    CO 4: Student will also be able to analyze three hinge arches and three hinge suspension bridges.

  • CE-404 Transportation Engineering I

    CO 1: Students will be able to analyse the construction process, maintenance and operation of railway track.


    CO 2: Students will be able to understand various types of bridges and their design aspects.


    CO 3: Students will be able to understand the various concepts in railway design and components of railway track.


    CO 4: Students will be able to understand the various terms in harbor engineering and its classification.

  • CE-405 Engineering Geology and Remote Sensing

    CO 1: Students should be able to learn the significance of earth and its minerals.


    CO 2: Students should be able to understand the application of geology knowledge to civil engineering construction.


    CO 3: Students should be able to learn the various types of building materials and its engineering application.


    CO 4: Gain knowledge in modern equipments and the recent techniques to be used.


    CO 5: Apply geological principles for mitigation of natural hazards and select sites for constructions.


  • CE-501 Fluid Mechanics I

    CO 1: Student will be able to know about the properties of fluid, their behaviour under static and dynamic conditions and measure the fluid pressure in a U tube manometer.


    CO 2: Student will be able to understand the principle of hydrostatic and explain the concept of buoyancy and state of equilibrium.


    CO 3: Student will be able to learn about different types of flows and solve the problems on continuity equation, stream function and velocity potential function.


    CO 4: Student will be able to demonstrate fluid measuring devices like venturimeter orifice, notches.


    CO 5: Student will be able to understand Bernoulli’s equation to solve the problem of fluid mechanics and understanding basic concept related to laminar and turbulent flow.

  • CE-502 Transportation Engineering II

    CO 1: Exhibit the knowledge of planning and design of highway in highway engineering.


    CO 2: Students will be able to acquire the knowledge of geometric design of highway in highway engineering.


    CO 3: Students learns about basic information of design of rigid and flexible pavement.


    CO 4: Students will be able to understand the basic knowledge of traffic control devices like traffic signal, signs and marking.


    CO 5: Students will be able to understand sight selection of an airport.

  • CE-503 Quantity Surveying and Costing

    CO 1: Student will be able to explain the importance of preliminary estimate for administrative approval & technical sanction for a civil engineering project.


    CO 2: Student will be able to analyze and assess the quantity of materials required for civil engineering works as per specifications.


    CO 3: Student will be able to do rate analysis for tasks by studying specifications.


    CO 4: Student will be able to evaluate & estimate the cost of expenditure and prepare a detailed rate analysis report.


    CO 5: Student will be able to construct detailed report on estimation and valuation process.

  • CE-504 Urban and Town Planning

    CO 1: Develop a basic understanding about the urban and town planning. Also define the role of urban planner in terms of basic civil engineering. Classify the urban and town planning.


    CO 2: Explain the concept of plan implementation and develop basic concept related to finance, safety, development control and ecologically sustainable development.


    CO 3: Acquire the knowledge of town and country planning act in which they consist building bye laws, elements of zoning and housing etc.


    CO 4: Understand the traffic transportation system in which it consist several things like urban roads, traffic management, intelligent traffic systems, land acquisition etc.


    CO 5: Define various types of development like master plan, city development plan, structure plan etc.

  • CE-601 Structural Design and Drawing (RCC-I)

    CO 1: Application of different specification of IS 456-2000 for design and ability to understand the design Philoshopy.


    CO 2: Ability to analyze the design of RC Beams and slab based on guidelines given in IS 456.


    CO 3: Analysis and design of Two Way slab and staircase for Different Support Condition.


    CO 4: To Understand design flexure member for different Support Condition.


    CO 5: Analyze and design RC Columns and footing.

  • CE-602 Environmental Engineering I

    CO 1: Student will be able to understand the source, control and effect of air and noise pollution.


    CO 2: Student will be able to understand the fundamentals of water treatment units and parts of water supply system.


    CO 3: Student will be able to understands the importance of laboratory analysis for design of Water treatment units.


    CO 4: Study of Misscellnous treatment systems.

  • CE-603 Advanced Pavement Design

    CO 1: Students will be able to identify the pavement components and design bituminous mixes.


    CO 2: Students will be able to analyze and design flexible and rigid pavements


    CO 3: Students will be able to evaluate structural condition of pavement.


    CO 4: Students will be able to perform different tests essential for pavement design.

  • CE-604 Environmental Impact Assessment

    CO 1: Student will develop of major problems in Environmental impact and control, regulations.


    CO 2: Students will be able to familiar with regulations pertinent to environmental problems.


    CO 3: Students will be able to describe general environmental impact problems, meteorological definitions.


    CO 4: Students will be able to present the results as a report in the record notebook.


    CO 5: Students will develop the ability to learn from the mistakes ethically and increase the quality of design.


  • CE-7001 Advance Structural Design I (RCC)

    CO 1: Student will be able to illustrate design philosophies and also able to the understand basic concepts of structural design methods of RCC to the practical problems.


    CO 2: Student will be able to use latest industry standard formula, table, design aids used for design of Reinforced concrete Structure.


    CO 3: Student will be able to analyze the design of RC Beams and slab based on guidelines given in IS 456.


    CO 4: Student will be able to analyze and design RC Columns and footing.


    CO 5: Student will be able to analysis and design of staircase for Different Support Condition.

  • CE-7002 Structural Design -II (STEEL I)

    CO 1: Student will be able to understand about connection of different members by welded and riveted method.


    CO 2: Student will be able to learn about design of compression members and tension members.


    CO 3: Student will be able to understand about built up beam.


    CO 4: Student will be able to learn about lacings and battens in column design.


    CO 5: Student will be able to understand about multistory frames, bracings for high rise bulding.

  • CE-7003 Modern Construction Techniques & Equipment's

    CO 1: Student will be able to understand the importance of pavement design in civil engineering.


    CO 2: Student will be able to understand the moving load on pavements and the drainage arrangemnent for sustainibility of pavements.


    CO 3: Student will know the concept of flexible and rigid pavement according to fund availiblity and life of pavement.


    CO 4: Student will be able to understand the current methods of designing of pavements.


    CO 5: Student will be able to understand the operation and maintanance of pavement with current technology.

  • CE-7004 Pavement Design

    CO 1: Students will be able to identify the pavement components and design bituminous mixes.


    CO 2: Students will be able to analyze and design flexible and rigid pavements


    CO 3: Students will be able to evaluate structural condition of pavement.


    CO 4: Students will be able to perform different tests essential for pavement design.

  • CE-7005 Urban and Town Planning

    CO 1: Develop a basic understanding about the urban and town planning. Also define the role of urban planner in terms of basic civil engineering. Classify the urban and town planning.


    CO 2: Explain the concept of plan implementation and develop basic concept related to finance, safety, development control and ecologically sustainable development.


    CO 3: Acquire the knowledge of town and country planning act in which they consist building bye laws, elements of zoning and housing etc.


    CO 4: Understand the traffic transportation system in which it consist several things like urban roads, traffic management, intelligent traffic systems, land acquisition etc.


    CO 5: Define various types of development like master plan, city development plan, structure plan etc.

  • CE-8001 Advanced Structural Design -II

    CO 1: Students will be able to use appropriate methods of structural design for the design of steel structures by applying the fundaments of mechanics.


    CO 2: Students will acquire adequate knowledge in the design of steel structural elements.


    CO 3: Students will be able to check and specify the serviceability requirements of the designed steel structures.


    CO 4: Ability to understand IS code of practice for the design of steel structural elements.

  • CE-8002 Geo - Technical Engineering -II

    CO 1: Ability to understand the methods of soil exploration.


    CO 2: To analyze the settlement of the footing.


    CO 3: To understand the bearing capacity of footing by different methods.


    CO 4: Ability to calculate the load bearing capacity of different piles.


    CO 5: To understand the techniques in design of foundation in BC soil.


    CO 6: To know concepts of soil reinforcement and geosynthetics material in soil structure.

  • CE-8003 Traffic Engineering

    CO 1: Students will be able to estimate basic characteristics of traffic stream.


    CO 2: Students will be able to conduct traffic studies and analyze traffic data.


    CO 3: Students will be able to design traffic signal systems.


    CO 4: Students will be able to determine the capacity of highways.

  • CE-8004 Waste Disposal and Management

    CO 1: Explain municipal solid waste management systems with respect to its physical properties, and associated critical considerations in view of emerging technologies.


    CO 2: Outline sources, types and composition of solid waste with methods of handling, sampling and storage of solid waste.


    CO 3: Select the appropriate method for solid waste collection, transportation, redistribution and disposal.


    CO 4: Describe methods of disposal of hazardous solid waste.


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Lab Details

• Basic Civil Engineering Lab
• Surveying Lab
• Building Planning & Architecture Lab
• Strength of Material Lab
• Structure Lab
• Geology Lab
• Material Testing Lab
• Quantity Surveying Lab
• Fluid Mechanics Lab
• Transportation Engineering Lab
• Geotechnical Engineering Lab
• Environmental Engineering Lab