Civil Engineering(Public Health and Environmental Engineering.)

The Civil Engineering (PHEE) Department is well established with latest Civil Engineering equipments and Environmental Engineering testing devices. The Curriculum is designed keeping in view the entrepreneurial prospects of students. After completing this diploma course, students have diversified job opportunities not only in the field of Civil Engineering (Construction Industry in Private and Public Sector, Self employed as Civil Engineering Contractor, State and Central Public Works Departments, Metro rail corporations etc.) but also in Public Health & Environmental Engineering sectors (State and Central Pollution Control Boards, Jal Boards etc.). Based on employment opportunities and need of the industry, competency level is developed in the students who are sent to various industries to gain practical knowledge and in-depth understanding of problems.

Civil Engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like bridges, roads, canals, dams, and buildings . It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines including environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation Engineering. Civil engineering takes place on all levels in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies.

Environmental engineering involves water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, and public health issues as well as knowledge of environmental engineering law. It also includes studies on the environmental impact of proposed construction projects .

Course Duration Intake Eligibility
Civil Engineering(Public Health
and Environmental
Engineering.)
3 Years 53

The candidates should have passed 10th class of 10+2 System or Matric or any other examination recognized as equivalent to 10th class examination conducted by CBSE. The subjects Science, Mathematics and English
are compulsary should have passed, in 10th standard with a minimum pass in these three subjects without considering grace marks.

Note:

1. Candidates passing/qualifying class 10th under the grading system should have obtained minimum pass grade in all the compulsary subjects including Science, Mathematics and English.

2. Any other criteria as prescribed by CBSE in new pattern.

 

SEMESTER 1

  • English and Communication Skills – 1
  • Applied Mathematics –I
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Applied Mechanics    
  • Engineering Drawing

SEMESTER 2

  • Applied Math-2
  • Environmental studies    
  • Basics of Information Technology    
  • Workshop Practice
  • Construction Materials

SEMESTER 3

  • Hydraulics 
  • Structural Mechanics         
  • Building Construction
  • Surveying – I
  • Water supply and waste water Engineering
  • Civil Engineering Drawing – I

SEMESTER 4

  • Concrete Technology
  • Soil and Foundation Engineering
  • Surveying – II    
  • Quantity Surveying and valuation
  • Field work / Exposure
  • English and Communication Skills – II

SEMESTER 5

  • Civil Engineering Drawing – II
  • Generic skills and Entrepreneurship development
  • RCC Design
  • Application and uses of various software in Civil Engineering
  • Practical Training

SEMESTER 6

Civil Engineering

CE – 630 Elements of Steel Design and Drawing

CE – 631 Construction Management & Accounts

CE – 632 Highway and Airport Engineering

CE – 633 Irrigation Engineering

CE – 651 Project Work

CE-640 to 643 Elective – II

CE-640            Repair and Maintenance of building

CE-641            Advanced construction Technology

CE-642            Introduction to seismic planning and disaster management

CE-643            Energy conservation Techniques in building construction

 

Civil (Construction) Engg.

CE – 630 Elements of Steel Design and Drawing

CE – 631 Construction Management & Accounts

CE – 632 Highway and Airport Engineering

CM – 640 Advance construction Technology

CE – 651 Project Work

CE-640 to 643 Elective – II

CE-633            Irrigation Engineering

CE-540            Contract Laws & Regulations

CE-642            Introduction to seismic planning and disaster management

CE-643             Energy conservation Techniques in building construction

 

Civil (PHEE) Engg.

CE – 630 Elements of Steel Design and Drawing

CE – 631 Construction Management & Accounts

CE – 632 Highway and Airport Engineering

CM – 634 Air Pollution

CE – 651 Project Work

 

CE-640 to 643 Elective – II

CE-633             Irrigation Engineering

CE-644            Pollution Control Acts and Legislation

CE-645            Environmental Impact assesment

CE-646            Solid Waste Mangagement

 

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