B.Tech in Civil Engineering

4 Years Degree Programme

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With an objective to prepare a skilled workforce in the field of civil engineering, Assam down town University offers job-oriented studies with a 4-year B.Tech in Civil Engineering. This programme deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including public works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports, sewerage systems, pipelines, structural components of buildings, and railways. Over time, the university has established itself as one of the best colleges for civil engineering.

  • To produce civil engineering graduates who can design and develop sustainable, environment-friendly and cost-effective solutions for the benefit of the community.
  • To produce civil engineering graduates who possess strong technical skills and are able to identify and address research gaps in civil engineering, and contribute to the advancement of the field through innovative solutions.
  • To produce civil engineering graduates who have excellent communication skills and can effectively communicate technical information to a wide range of audiences, both technical and non-technical.

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identity, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • 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.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reason informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

  • Develop the Capability of designing and building civil engineering-based systems as an individual or in a team in the context of environmental, economic, and societal requirements and serve the community as ethical and responsible professionals.
  • Apply the knowledge in various domains of Civil Engineering to identify research gaps and provide solutions, engage in innovations and lifelong learning for professional growth.
  • Communicate effectively with a range of audiences, including written, oral, and graphical communication, in technical and non-technical contexts.

Curriculum Details

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Odd Semester

Courses for this semester

Course Overview

The course consists of topics in differential calculus, integral calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations with applications to various engineering problems. This course will cover the following main topics: Mean Value Theorems; Indeterminate Forms; Taylor's and Maclaurin's Theorems.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to apply differential and integral calculus to notions of curvature and to improper integrals
  • Learn to apply Rolle’s Theorem in different Engineering application
  • Learn to use power series and Fourier series for learning advanced engineering mathematics

Course Overview

This course is a combination of three different components, namely Mathematics, Logic/Reasoning, and Coding. The first part covers the mathematical background and fundamental skills necessary for success in Set Theory, Functions, Mathematical Logic, and Induction. This course also will introduce you to verbal and non-verbal reasoning, and informal and formal logic. Its purpose is to provide you with the basic tools of analytical reasoning, which will give you a distinctive edge in a wide variety of careers and courses of study. The course also tries to deal with basic programming concepts and problems solving using the C – language.

Course Outcomes

  • Demonstrate the ability to understand the concepts of mathematics, logic, reasoning and coding
  • Learn to apply applications of concepts in other disciplines such as engineering, computer science, physics, etc.
  • Solve and devise solutions to a range of elementary real-world problems in mathematics and programming

Course Overview

Engineering Physics is a 4-year undergraduate course that deals with electrical science, electronics, mechanics, computing, nuclear physics, and more. The course deals with engineering concepts and topics falling under engineering physics.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to compute the vectors and scalar representation of forces and the nature of forces.
  • Learn to discuss conservative and non-conservative forces, angular momentum, and energy equations
  • Learn to compute basics of non-inertial frames, harmonic oscillator and forced oscillations

Course Overview

Basic Electrical Engineering deals with the basic Laws of electricity such as Ohm's law Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws, Nodes Branches and loops Series elements and Voltage Division Parallel elements and Current Division and Star-Delta transformation Independent sources and Dependent sources and source transformation.

Course Outcomes

  • Analyze the basic electrical components and magnetic circuits.
  • Study electrical machines and power converters with working Principle.
  • Learn the components of low voltage electrical installations

Course Overview

This is a major component of engineering practices. It includes both theory and practical knowledge of the students. In the mechanical workshop, the various shops are incorporated such as (a) welding shop, (b) carpentry shop, (c) fitting shop, (d) machine shop, (e) sheet metal shop, (f) foundry shop.

Course Outcomes

  • Identify basic concepts of workshop and manufacturing
  • Learn to explain the fundamental knowledge of workshop and manufacturing in day to day life
  • Learn to explain the application of different manufacturing techniques

Course Overview

This course will help the students to improve their overall communication skills, they will be taught important basic English grammar. It will help them attain professional skills in communication. The modules are meant for enhancing their professional success. The topics of grammar would be followed by practice and exercises that they would find interesting. Students will also be taught the theories and other nuances of communication.

Course Outcomes

  • Enable the students to self-edit their oral and written production with mastery of grammar lessons
  • Expand their basic understanding of form, meaning, and use of grammar and vocabulary choices in longer discourse settings including academic discourse.
  • Facilitate all-round development of personality with enhanced interpersonal communication skills
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Even Semester

Courses for this semester

Course Overview

The objective of the Engineering Chemistry is to acquaint the students with the basic phenomenon/concepts of chemistry, the student face during course of their study in the industry and Engineering field. The student with the knowledge of the basic chemistry, will understand and explain scientifically the various chemistry related problems in the industry/engineering field. The student will able to understand the new developments and breakthroughs efficiently in engineering and technology

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to analyze microscopic chemistry in terms of atomic and molecular orbitals and intermolecular forces
  • Learn to distinguish the ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum used for exciting different molecular energy levels in various spectroscopic techniques
  • Learn to rationalize bulk properties and processes using thermodynamic considerations

Course Overview

Many real-world phenomena can be modeled mathematically by using differential equations. Population growth, radioactive decay, predator-prey models, and spring-mass systems are four examples of such phenomena. In this chapter we study some of these applications. A goal of this course is to develop solution techniques for different types of differential equations. As the equations become more complicated, the solution techniques also become more complicated, and in fact an entire course could be dedicated to the study of these equations. In this chapter we study several types of differential equations and their corresponding methods of solution.

Course Outcomes

  • Acquire knowledge to become to familiarize with the idea of Exact, linear, and Bernoulli’s equations
  • Acquire knowledge to become familiarize with the idea of Euler’s equations
  • Learn the concept of Second order linear differential equations with variable coefficients

Course Overview

C is a general-purpose computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories. As it was known as ‘C‘ because most of its features were taken from an earlier language called ‘B’. C is highly portable and is used for scripting system applications which form a major part of Windows, UNIX, and Linux operating systems. It can efficiently work on enterprise applications, games, graphics, and applications requiring calculations, etc.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to summarize the concept of a computer system, analyze a given problem, develop an algorithm, and fundamental programming constructs, identify data representation formats, and describe operators and their precedence, associativity
  • Learn to generalize branching and loop statements
  • Learn to summarize the concept of homogeneous derives data types, strings and functions

Course Overview

The objective of the Engineering Chemistry is to acquaint the students with the basic phenomenon/concepts of chemistry, the student face during course of their study in the industry and Engineering field. The student with the knowledge of the basic chemistry, will understand and explain scientifically the various chemistry related problems in the industry/engineering field. The student will able to understand the new developments and breakthroughs efficiently in engineering and technology

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to analyze microscopic chemistry in terms of atomic and molecular orbitals and intermolecular forces
  • Learn to distinguish the ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum used for exciting different molecular energy levels in various spectroscopic techniques
  • Learn to rationalize bulk properties and processes using thermodynamic considerations

Course Overview

This course will help students acquire basic proficiency in English including reading and listening comprehension, writing, and speaking skills.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify common errors in writing.
  • Acquire skill of report writing
  • Develop their ability as critical readers and writers

Course Overview

This course will help students acquire basic proficiency in English including reading and listening comprehension, writing, and speaking skills.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to heighten their awareness of correct usage of English grammar in writing and speaking
  • Learn to identify common errors in writing.
  • Acquire skill of report writing

Course Overview

C is a general-purpose computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories. As it was known as ‘C‘ because most of its features were taken from an earlier language called ‘B’. C is highly portable and is used for scripting system applications which form a major part of Windows, UNIX, and Linux operating systems. It can efficiently work on enterprise applications, games, graphics, and applications requiring calculations, etc.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to generate flowcharts using control structures using C language.
  • Learn to compile C Programs to process data types, operators, and expression evaluation.
  • Develop C Program using formatted and unformatted I/O operations.

Course Overview

This course provides free hand drawing techniques for various kind of geometrical constructions. This course also includes scales and dimensioning techniques to draw various projections such as orthographic projections and isometric projections. Sectional views of geometrical solids also form a part of the course.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn the principles of engineering graphics and the usage of drawing instruments.
  • Learn to apply concepts of orthographic projections.
  • Learn to classify different dimensioning methods and scales.

Course Overview

This course provides free hand drawing techniques for various kind of geometrical constructions. This course also includes scales and dimensioning techniques to draw various projections such as orthographic projections and isometric projections. Sectional views of geometrical solids also form a part of the course.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn the principles of engineering graphics and the usage of drawing instruments.
  • Learn to apply concepts of orthographic projections.
  • Learn to classify different dimensioning methods and scales.
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Odd Semester

Courses for this semester

Course Overview

From this course students will be able to understand biological concepts from an engineering perspective, inter-connection between biology and future technologies and motivate technology application for biological and life science challenges

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to discuss biological sciences, its scope and perspectives
  • Learn to discuss regarding the ecological energetics, its working mechanism, identification of organisms
  • Learn to analyze the mechanism of transfer of character from parent to next generation

Course Overview

AutoCAD has not only reduced the time spent for drafting to a fraction, of that the same produced by hand drawings, but also any revisions in the drawing can be done quickly without having to redraw everything. Moreover, different views, such as front view, side views etc. can be easily created from the drawing. To use AutoCAD software efficiently, it is necessary to know all drafting tools to have a good control over the work. This lab manual intends to guide the students to know the fundamental tools to create, modify and manage documentation effectively through a skillful way. Upon completion, students should be able to utilize AutoCAD software for drawing of the plan, elevation and sectional views of buildings.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the principle of planning of Building Drawing and Draw different kinds of Bonds in Brick Masonry
  • Learn to apply AUTOCAD commands and draw lines, circles and different types of polygon
  • Learn to draw plan, elevation and cross-sectional views of residential building with AutoCAD

Course Overview

This course teaches students how to apply Newtonian physics to relatively simple real life applications. This course covers statics, dynamics and elementary part of strength of materials.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify the unknown forces by free body diagrams to a given equilibrium force system through mechanics laws and derived laws
  • Learn to identify the effect of friction in static and dynamic conditions
  • Learn to identify the centroid and centre of gravity for the simple and composite plane sections from the first principles

Course Overview

This course includes learning of scientific principles and historical interpretation to place energy use in the context of pressing societal, environmental, and climate issues. It also covers Introduction to Energy systems, sources, transformations, efficiency, and storage. Besides these, the course covers topics like Fossil fuels, biomass, wind, solar, nuclear, and hydrogen, sustainability and environmental trade-off of different energy systems.

Course Outcomes

  • Identify sophisticated comprehension of the sources, utilization technologies, storage and distribution modes of energy that presently power cities, buildings and transportation
  • Understand how alternative energy sources and technologies may disrupt conventional energy utilization behaviors by using fundamental science
  • Learn the science of underlying conventional and sustainable energy sources including nuclear, fossil, wind, solar, biomass and biofuels

Course Overview

This course deals with the biological components and their applications and introduces the basic principles of Cell Structures and Functions .

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to infer with ecosystem and its components, types, characteristics and different life form and ecological pyramids
  • Learn to explain the idea of Population characteristics, Concept of gene pool and genetic diversity in populations
  • Learn to explain the policies and legal aspects regarding environment protection act, international treaties

Course Overview

The objective of this course is to familiarize the students with Laplace Transform, Fourier Transform, their application, logic group, sets, lattices, Boolean algebra and Karnaugh maps. It aims to present the students with standard concepts and tools at B.Tech first year to superior level that will provide them well towards undertaking a variety of problems in the concern discipline.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to apply transform calculus in solving various complex problems
  • Learn the basic principles of set theorem and apply them in solving different complex problems
  • Learn to apply the concepts of proposition logic

Course Overview

The course is designed to empower young minds in demanding situations in personal, professional and social life. The course aims at inculcating in the students both personal and professional skills in the areas of understanding of self and others, interpersonal skills, high performance teams, leadership potential, communication & presentation skills, techniques of problem solving, decision making, fostering creativity and innovation for personal and professional excellence. The course also identifies communication skills needed to excel in today’s dynamic environment.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to write technical report including project proposals, manuals
  • Learn to write for print and online media, minutes of meeting, brochures, newsletters
  • Learn to apply basic grammatical knowledge

Course Overview

This course will give an understanding to the students of the vast breadth and numerous areas of engagement available in the overall field of Civil Engineering and motivate the student to pursue a career in one of the many areas of Civil Engineering with deep interest and keenness.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to summarize possible scopes for career, various construction materials and methods
  • Learn to classify materials associated with building construction, construction equipment, and various methods of construction
  • Learn to distinguish varying streams in water resource and geotechnical properties

Course Overview

This course teaches students the fundamentals of semiconductors and components such as diodes, transistors, FETs, MOSFETs, and operational amplifiers. It will provide a mathematical and numerical foundation for the design of electronic circuits and component values.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to analyze the errors during measurements
  • Learn to specify the requirements in the calibration of sensors and instruments
  • Learn to describe the measurement of electrical variables

Course Overview

AutoCAD has not only reduced the time spent for drafting to a fraction, of that the same produced by hand drawings, but also any revisions in the drawing can be done quickly without having to redraw everything. Moreover, different views, such as front view, side views etc. can be easily created from the drawing. To use AutoCAD software efficiently, it is necessary to know all drafting tools to have a good control over the work. This lab manual intends to guide the students to know the fundamental tools to create, modify and manage documentation effectively through a skillful way. Upon completion, students should be able to utilize AutoCAD software for drawing of the plan, elevation and sectional views of buildings.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the principle of planning of Building Drawing and Draw different kinds of Bonds in Brick Masonry
  • Learn to apply AUTOCAD commands and draw lines, circles and different types of polygon
  • Learn to draw plan, elevation and cross-sectional views of residential building with AutoCAD

Course Overview

This course will help students be able to familiarize with biological components and their applications and introduce the basic principles of Cell Structures and Functions

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to infer with ecosystem and its components, types, characteristics and different life form and ecological pyramids
  • Learn to explain the idea of Population characteristics, Concept of gene pool and genetic diversity in populations
  • Learn to explain the policies and legal aspects regarding environment protection act, international treaties

Course Overview

This course teaches students the fundamentals of semiconductors and components such as diodes, transistors, FETs, MOSFETs, and operational amplifiers. It will provide a mathematical and numerical foundation for the design of electronic circuits and component values.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to discuss about the different rectifier circuits
  • Learn to generalize about different transistor amplifier circuits
  • Learn to discuss electronic devices, tools and instruments
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Even Semester

Courses for this semester

Course Overview

The objective of the subject is to offer the concepts regarding thermodynamics, properties of pure substances etc. to the students.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the fundamentals of thermodynamic systems and various processes
  • Learn to apply the concepts of first law of thermodynamics in different flow and no-flow processes
  • Learn to apply the concept of second law of thermodynamics in relation to principle of entropy for different engineering devices

Course Overview

The aim of the subject is to give idea about calibration of sensors, measurement of different electrical variables.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to analyze the errors during measurements
  • Learn to specify the requirements in the calibration of sensors and instruments
  • Learn to describe the noise added during measurements and transmission

Course Overview

Engineering Geology is the application of the geological sciences to Civil Engineering practice for the purpose of recognizing the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance of engineering projects such as Dams, Barrages, Bridges, High rise buildings and other such important projects.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to discuss the importance of Geology in making engineering decisions specially site selection of engineering projects
  • Learn to analyze the concepts of how minerals form and their uses for identifying the rock forming
  • Learn to analyze graphs and models used in structural geology for demonstrating stress, strain and tectonics

Course Overview

The modules provides a common starting point for understanding and discussing disasters, disaster management, and disaster preparedness as part of a National Society's mission, and discusses the potential scope of disaster preparedness measures.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain disaster management theory (cycle, phases, risk, crisis, emergency, disasters, resilience)
  • Learn to compare hazards, disasters and associated natural phenomena and their interrelationships, causes and their effects - developing humanitarian Assistance before and after disaster
  • Learn to apply knowledge about existing global frameworks and existing agreements and role of community in successful Disaster Risk Reduction

Course Overview

This course covers the broad principles of fluid statics, kinematics, dynamics and definitions of the basic terms used in fluid mechanics. It deals with the knowledge of continuity, momentum and energy principles

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to determine the various fluid characteristics that affect fluid behaviour
  • Learn to explain the fluid pressure and about its measurements
  • Learn to summarize the various fluid flow

Course Overview

The objective is to learn the fundamental concepts of stress, strain, and deformation of solids with applications to bars, beams, and columns. Detailed study of engineering properties of materials is also of interest. Fundamentals of applying equilibrium, compatibility, and force deformation relationships to structural elements are emphasized. The students are introduced to advanced concepts of flexibility and stiffness method of structural analysis. The course builds on the fundamental concepts of engineering mechanics course.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to relate and describe the strain and strain produced by engineering materials when they are subjected to various forms of stress
  • Learn to summarize the equations of equilibrium for constructing the shear force and bending moment diagrams for different types of loads on cantilever and simply supported beams
  • Learn to identify the principal stresses, maximum shearing stresses and angles acting on any arbitrary plane within a structural element using Mohr’s circle method

Course Overview

Surveying and Geomatics is a field of engineering that focuses on the science of measuring, documenting, and analyzing the earth’s physical features. It is used to create maps, charts, 3D images, and other visual representations of the land and its features. Geomatics includes the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, photogrammetry, and land surveying.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn the basic concept of surveying and perform measurement of distance and direction
  • Learn to explain Methods of Leveling, contouring, and area & volume calculations
  • Learn to explain the concept of theodolite surveying and traversing

Course Overview

These subject deals with different building materials ,their properties, qualities, tastings, their behavior and history

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to describe the various engineering materials, their qualities, and how they are made
  • Learn to identify the mechanical behavior and characteristics, the strength characteristics, and the history of fracture mechanics. Metals can deform in both elastic and plastic ways
  • Learn to perform mechanical testing on a range of metals, including iron, steel, and various non-ferrous metals. Additional mechanical testing includes impact testing, background fracture toughness research, creep, and fatigue research

Course Overview

The course is designed to provide a better understanding of the impact which Civil Engineering has on the Society at large and on the global arena. Civil Engineering projects have an impact on the Infrastructure, Energy consumption and generation, Sustainability of the Environment, Aesthetics of the environment, Employment creation, Contribution to the GDP, and on a more perceptible level, the Quality of Life. It is important for the civil engineers to realise the impact which this field has and take appropriate precautions to ensure that the impact is not adverse but beneficial.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the role of civil engineer in shaping and impacting the world
  • Learn to summarize various infrastructure elements
  • Learn to paraphrase environmental sustainability

Course Overview

After studying this subject, students will able to learn about various sensors, electrical devices in different fields.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to determine measurement errors.
  • Learn to specify the sensors and instrument calibration.
  • Learn to estimate the noise that was added during transmission and measurements.

Course Overview

This course emphasizes on the study of various types of rock formation and its physical properties. Topics such as rocks and minerals, soils, and earthquake activities are discussed with special reference to local geological problems. This lab course also focuses on physical properties of minerals.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify the minerals based on their physical properties by simple tests
  • Learn to solve various geological problems
  • Learn to classify rocks using basic geologic classification systems

Course Overview

Upon Completion of this subject, the students can able to have hands on experience in flow measurements using different devices.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to determine coefficient of discharge of various types of notches
  • Learn to calculate coefficient of discharge, coefficient of velocity over mouthpiece and orifice
  • Learn to verify and apply Bernoulli equation for flow measurement

Course Overview

Surveying is the means of determining the relative position of points and the relative distances. It is very important in the field of Civil Engineering. We can find uses of surveying in all civil engineering projects. The objectives of surveying may very depending on the type of project.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to determine the angles in horizontal and vertical plane using theodolite
  • Learn to apply the methods of radiation and intersection for obtaining an area enclosed with in the traverse
  • Learn to determine the distances using chain surveying

Course Overview

This course includes how to determine toughness value of industrial specimens. Analyze various heat treatment methods for a given specimen to observe mechanical properties and grain size. Find surface or subsurface defects relevant to almost all manufacturing industries. Evaluate the mechanical properties like drawability, endurance limit of a steel specimen necessary for material selection in design and development.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify the different engineering materials, properties, manufacturing process of materials
  • Learn to describe the mechanical behaviour and characteristics, elastic and plastic deformation of metals, strength properties and background of fracture mechanics
  • Learn to conduct mechanical testing of various metals like iron, steel and various non-ferrous metals, impact testing, background of fracture toughness of different materials, creep, fatigue

Course Overview

The term "organizational management" refers to the processes by which an organization can be organized and run so that it can ultimately accomplish its objectives and fulfill its mission. It includes planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, among other management functions. Although organizational management and design are closely related, there are a few ways that they differ slightly. While the organization's structure is the subject of organizational design, management functions are not taken into account. There are many different aspects, concepts, and structures that make up organizational management.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to infer the conceptual framework of the discipline of OB and its practical applications in the organizational set up
  • Learn to explain the role of individual, groups and structure in achieving organizational goals effectively and efficiently
  • Learn to analyze and Appraise various theories and models that contribute in the overall understanding of the discipline
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Odd Semester

Courses for this semester

Course Overview

This course aims to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for enhanced employability for under graduate students

Course Outcomes

  • Develop comfortability level with the Trainer and the subject to share their doubts and queries and participate actively.
  • Learn to create different personality traits and develop self-awareness.
  • Develop grooming in all types of environment.

Course Overview

The objective of this Course is to introduce to continuum mechanics and material modeling of engineering materials based on first energy principles: deformation and strain; momentum. balance, stress and stress states; elasticity and elasticity bounds; plasticity and yield design. The overarching theme is a unified mechanistic language using thermodynamics, which allows understanding, modelling and design of a large range of engineering materials. The subject of mechanics of materials involves analytical methods for determining the strength, stiffness (deformation characteristics), and stability of the various members in a structural system. The behavior of a member depends not only on the fundamental laws that govern the equilibrium of forces, but also on the mechanical characteristics of the material. These mechanical characteristics come from the laboratory, where materials are tested under accurately known forces and their behavior is carefully observed and measured (learnt in the previous course on Materials, Testing & Evaluation). For this reason, mechanics of materials is a blended science of experiment and Newtonian postulates of analytical mechanics

Course Outcomes

  • Learn fundamental concepts of Stress, Strain and deformation of solids with applications to bars, beams and thin cylinders
  • Learn to infer the mechanism of load transfer in beams, the induced stress resultants and deformations
  • Learn to estimate the load carrying capacity of columns, stresses due to unsymmetrical bending and various theories for failure of material

Course Overview

This course will introduce the students to various hydraulic engineerings problems like open channel flows and hydraulic machines. After the course, the student should be able to relate the theory and practice of problems in hydraulic engineering

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to summarize the boundary layer analysis and their separation
  • Learn to illustrate the flow occurring in open channel and velocity distribution
  • Learn to assess energy equation and momentum equation with respect to uniform flow

Course Overview

A broad specialization of civil engineering, structural engineering is all about analyzing, planning, designing, and overlooking the construction of large structures like bridges, tunnels, buildings, flyovers, etc. As part of the course, students learn the basic principles of structural analysis which involves examining the strength, stability, and durability of structures

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to demonstrate their knowledge of structural mechanics in addressing design problems of structural engineering
  • Learn to distinguish the varying materials and different loading systems in a structure
  • Learn to classify structures and explain their behaviour by drawing its components and forces acting on it

Course Overview

Geotechnical engineering, a branch of engineering that focuses on the study of the Earth, specifies the characteristics and strengths of soil as well as the mechanics of rocks and soil. It involves additional significant Earth constituents like sand, snow, clay, and silt

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to distinguish various soil type based on their properties and behavior
  • Learn to calculate soil parameters of soils at different site condition
  • Learn to predict the occurrence of failure of sub-soil beneath any foundation

Course Overview

Hydrology is a branch of geoscience concerned with the origin, distribution, movement, and properties of waters of the earth. This includes fluid flow and transport of contaminants in the subsurface environment. Past and present research focuses on a broad spectrum of hydrologic problems. These range from quantifying snow distribution and melt, rainfall and infiltration processes, floods, droughts, terminal lake responses, soil erosion, and groundwater/surface water exchanges

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to remember the key drivers of water resources, hydrological processes, and their integrated behavior in catchments
  • Learn to apply the knowledge of hydrological models to surface water problems including basin characteristics, runoff, and hydrograph
  • Learn to explain the concept of hydrological extremes such as flood and drought and their management strategies

Course Overview

Transportation engineering is the application of technology and scientific principles to the planning, functional design, operation and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in order to provide for the safe, rapid, comfortable, convenient, economical, and environmentally compatible movement of people and goods (transport). It is a sub-discipline of civil engineering. . Transportation engineering encompasses a wide variety of issues and areas, including the design of streets, highways and intersections; mass transit systems; urban planning; traffic control systems and devices; travel demand and traffic flow; sizing of transportation facilities; operations and management for roadways; highway sign visibility; traffic congestion and safety hazards; and the management and economics of transportation systems

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to describe different types of roads, its administration and highway survey techniques
  • Learn to design different geometric features of flexible and rigid pavement to determine ideal road alignment in different topographies
  • Learn to perform traffic survey to collect data required for traffic regulations and control

Course Overview

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the professional, legal, and ethical aspects that shape various industries and professions. Students will explore the principles and guidelines that govern their chosen field, gaining insights into the responsibilities and standards necessary for successful and ethical practice.

Course Outcomes

  • Recognize professionalism in an organization.
  • Distinguish between the does and don’ts for the betterment of the society and environment.
  • Classify Various types of contract and their features.

Course Overview

This course will help introduce the students to various hydraulic engineerings problems like open channel flows and hydraulic machines. After the course, the student should be able to perform different types of experiments related to hydraulic engineering

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to apply knowledge of fluid mechanics in addressing problems in open channels
  • Learn to solve problems in uniform flows in steady state conditions
  • Learn to solve problems in gradually and rapidly varied flows in steady state conditions

Course Overview

Identifying the soil types and its properties is one of the basic and important steps in designing any Civil Engineering structures. Through this course, students will be able to determine the geotechnical parameters of a particular soil

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to distinguish various soil type based on their properties and behavior
  • Learn to determine the geotechnical parameters of a particular soil
  • Learn to communicate and discuss different soil condition in field

Course Overview

The Transportation Engineering lab has equipment required to conduct all standardized tests to assess quality of highway materials, pavement evaluation and traffic engineering studies. Experiments are conducted in pre-, during- and post-construction phases of highways. The Transportation Engineering lab does quality assurance and quality control tests for the Roads

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify the laboratory test required to estimate different properties of aggregate, soil and bitumen
  • Learn to illustrate and design different experiments required to estimate the property of course aggregate and subgrade soil
  • Learn to illustrate and design different experiments required to estimate the property of bituminous material as a leader or member of a group

Course Overview

The course aims at imparting basic principles of thought process, reasoning and inferencing. Sustainability is at the core of Indian Traditional knowledge Systems connecting society and nature. Holistic life style of yogic science and wisdom capsules in Sanskrit literature are also important in modern society with rapid technological advancements and societal disruptions. Part-I focuses on introduction to Indian Knowledge Systems, Indian perspective of modern scientific world-view, and basic principles of Yoga and holistic health care system

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to outline different Indian Philosophical concepts
  • Learn to discuss significance of different Indian scriptures in shaping the current society
  • Learn to explain philosophy behind different ancient Indian religions

Course Overview

The goal of environmental engineering is to ensure that societal development and the use of water, land and air resources are sustainable. This goal is achieved by managing these resources so that environmental pollution and degradation is minimized Environmental engineers study water, soil and air pollution problems, and develop technical solutions needed to solve, attenuate or control these problems in a manner that is compatible with legislative, economic, social and political concerns. Civil engineers are particularly involved in such activities as water supply and sewerage, management of surface water and groundwater quality, remediation of contaminated sites and solid waste management.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the importance of water demand, including types of demand according to population forecasts for supplying the water to meet the public needs
  • Learn to infer the general layout of various units in a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and the treatment process to remove the large suspended particles from wastewater and for reuse
  • Learn to summarize the concept of conservancy and water carriage systems for arranging the pipeline system to transfer the sewage and stormwater to the treatment plant

Course Overview

This course will help introduce students to how common environmental experiments relating to water and wastewater quality are performed. This course will help students know which tests are appropriate for given environmental problems, statistically interpret laboratory results and write technical reports, and apply the laboratory results to problem identification, quantification, and basic environmental design and technical solutions

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to apply the laboratory results to problem identification, quantification, and basic environmental design and technical solutions
  • Learn and use the water and wastewater sampling procedures and sample preservations
  • Learn the impact of water and wastewater treatment on people and the environment

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This course is designed to develop the ability in the students the basic knowledge of engineering economics, materials of construction, construction technology, building planning and drawings. In the construction of any structure, specifications of civil work are the significant parameters in deciding the cost of the project. In construction, it is often required to use the local materials for which the rates are varying in greater extent across the country. Therefore, there emerges need of discipline to suggest a specific scientific technique to determine the quantity and cost of the materials along with its justification. Today being the era of technology, a provision been also made to use the various software’s for more accuracy and speedy determination of estimation and costing

Course Outcomes

  • Impart the knowledge of Estimating, Costing and Valuation for Civil Engineering Structures.
  • Learn to prepare and evaluate contract documents.
  • Learn to ascertain the number of materials required for Civil engineering works as per specifications.

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Explore the fascinating world of Mechanics of Materials in Civil Engineering, where you'll delve into the behavior of structural components under various loads and stresses. This course equips you with the essential knowledge to analyze and design resilient structures, ensuring their safety and longevity. Uncover the principles governing material deformation, stress distribution, and failure mechanisms, and apply this understanding to real-world engineering challenges.

Course Outcomes

  • To understand the basics of material properties, stress and strain.
  • To apply knowledge of mathematics, science, for engineering applications.
  • Ability to identify, formulates, and solve engineering & real life problems.

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The course in Structural Engineering covers essential concepts such as energy principles, stability, and equilibrium, while focusing on the strength, durability, and safety of buildings, bridges, and other structures. Students will learn to analyze and design structural systems, including concrete and steel elements, as well as explore wind and earthquake loads. The course also introduces special topics like cable structures, prestressed concrete bridges, and fire protection.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the concepts of energy principles, safety, sustainable development in performance; what makes a structure; principles of stability, equilibrium; what is a structural engineer, role of engineer, architect, user, builder; what are the functions’ what do the engineers design, first principles of process of design.
  • Describe Materials, Loads, and Design Safety; Behavior and Properties of Concrete and Steel; Wind and Earthquake Loads.
  • Understand and analyses of determinate and indeterminate trusses, beams, and frames and design philosophies for structural engineering.

Course Overview

Geotechnical Engineering encompasses the study of soil behavior, classification, and properties, enabling the design of secure foundations and stable structures. It involves assessing slope stability, earthwork design, and understanding geotechnical investigation methods for effective decision-making in construction and environmental projects.

Course Outcomes

  • Distinguish various soil type based on their properties and behavior.
  • Calculate soil parameters of soils at different site condition.
  • Predict the occurrence of failure of sub-soil beneath any foundation.

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Environmental Engineering is a comprehensive course that addresses water supply, wastewater treatment, air quality control, solid waste management, and building plumbing systems. Students will explore sources of water and water quality issues, water treatment processes, sewage conveyance and treatment, air pollution quantification and control, and integrated solid waste management. Additionally, the course covers building plumbing systems and their components. Throughout the program, students will develop a deep understanding of environmental regulations, sustainable practices, and the crucial role of environmental engineers in protecting public health and the environment.

Course Outcomes

  • Analyze characteristics of water and wastewater
  • Estimate the quantity of drinking water and domestic wastewater generated
  • Design components of water supply systems

Course Overview

Transportation Engineering is a specialized field of civil engineering that focuses on the planning, design, operation, and maintenance of transportation systems. Students learn about traffic flow theory, transportation planning, geometric design, pavement design, and traffic management techniques. Additionally, the course covers sustainable transportation practices and emerging technologies, preparing students to address the challenges of modern transportation systems

Course Outcomes

  • Describe different types of roads, its administration and highway survey techniques
  • Design different geometric features of flexible and rigid pavement to determine ideal road alignment in different topographies
  • Perform traffic survey to collect data required for traffic regulations and control

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The Transportation Engineering Lab course provides students with hands-on experience and practical skills related to various aspects of transportation engineering. Through laboratory experiments and projects, students gain insight into fundamental concepts and techniques used in the analysis and design of transportation systems.

Course Outcomes

  • Demonstrate proficiency in using various laboratory equipment and tools for testing and analyzing transportation-related materials.
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret data related to pavement materials to propose effective solutions, and critically evaluate the outcomes, enhancing problem-solving abilities
  • Effectively communicate laboratory findings and analyses through written reports, graphical representations, and oral presentations, enhancing technical communication skills.

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The course on Pavement Materials will deal with the basic and fundamental understanding about the behavior of various materials used in the construction of pavements. Characterization, tests and engineering properties of these materials will be elaborated in context with its field application. Current practices and future trends in the area of pavement materials will be discussed. It is envisaged that this course will help in training students/engineers/faculty members in the domain of material engineering related to pavement application.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to classify different types of soil and different laboratory test to estimate soil strength
  • Learn to explain different tests related to the characterization of aggregates
  • Learn to describe different types of bituminous material and their characterization

Course Overview

The railway is an important transport medium all over the world. Countries like India, have the great significance of railways. It played the most significant role in integrating markets and trade growth. Railway engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, construction, and operation of all types of rail transport systems.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to describe different components of the rail track, their functions and its operation system with respect to construction and engineering applications.
  • Learn to identify different failures of rails and explain different wheel and axis arrangements.
  • Learn to design different geometric features of railway track

Course Overview

This course on Geometric Design will prepare the students for suitable vacancies in consulting companies which work in the field of Transportation Projects. The student will get complete information on the design factors that need to be considered before planning and designing the road stretches; the elements that constitute a road section based on different expected road users; the design of its horizontal and vertical profile; the estimation of road traffic handling capacity which provides ideas regarding upgradation; the layouts and safety features at an intersection of two or more roads; and finally associated components that are provided as a part of the overall road system. The course will use the IRC and Indo-HCM guidelines during interactions.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain objectives and requirements of highway geometric design
  • Learn to define different cross-section elements
  • Learn to apply basic science principles in estimating stopping and Overtaking sight distance requirements

Course Overview

This course is mainly focused on basic problems of Rural areas and they are affordable drinking water supply and creation of hygiene environment by onsite sanitation system.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to associate with the problems pertaining to rural water supply and sanitation
  • Learn to relate with the importance of drinking water quality and treatment process
  • Learn to design water distribution and sanitation systems for rural area

Course Overview

This course is essential for Engineers, considering the expectation of the Industries for wastewater pollution control in their premises to comply with newer and more stringent laws and acts that are being enforced in India and globally. This course introduces the principles and physicochemical methods to control wastewater pollution. The course will be presented in a logical manner with several numerical problems and case studies so that the students may adequately understand the subject and apply the knowledge after their graduation in industry and higher studies. The topics to be covered include (but not limited to): Physical treatment, pre-treatment, solids removal by setting and sedimentation, aeration, filtration, centrifugation, coagulation and flocculation; Adsorption and ion-exchange; Membrane processes; Advanced Oxidation Processes.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the inter-relationship between water quality parameters and plant sizing, hydraulics, and layout. Able to design intake structures
  • Learn to generalize the basic principles and concepts and processes involved in water and waste water treatment
  • Learn to utilize student’s skills in the basic design of unit operations and processes involved in water and wastewater treatment

Course Overview

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse. EIA is basically a tool used to assess the positive and negative environmental, economic and social impacts of a project. This is used to predict the environmental impacts of a project in the pre-planning stage itself so that decisions can be taken to reduce the adverse impacts. In this course students will develop basic understanding of the history, need, structure, process, involved methods and challenges. Students will also learn criteria for selecting method for impact assessment, overview of methods, parameters for public participation ad technique for writing reports.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the goals, capabilities, and constraints of EIA
  • Learn to summarize the various prediction tools for EIA
  • Learn to generalize the effects of infrastructure projects on vegetation, wildlife, water quality, air quality and socioeconomic environment

Course Overview

The course intends to provide basic information on the structure and properties of construction materials to undergraduate students. The contents of the course will focus on a fundamental understanding of the structure of common materials, the types of bonds, and mechanisms of damage and failure in materials. It will then introduce the different materials used in construction, with respect to the approached to their design and use. At the end of the course, the student should be able to link the material choice with the application in construction.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to give examples on various materials commonly used in civil engineering construction and their properties
  • Learn to explain various types of binding and constituent materials used in construction
  • Learn to summarize the manufacturing and testing of concrete

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This course explores the concept of sustainability and dwell in detail to the growing popularity of sustainability and its implications for the practice of engineering, particularly for the built environment (civil engineering).

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to examine the properties of common construction materials and understand the transition toward sustainable materials, along with their behaviors under different environments, short- or long-term
  • Learn to assess material properties, mechanical tests and quality control tests for, concrete, masonry, glass, plastics, iron and steel, paints and protective coatings, bituminous products, gypsum products, resilient flooring, and carpeting
  • Learn to appraise appropriateness and sustainability of materials for construction projects

Course Overview

The construction of buildings and structures relies on having a thorough understanding of building materials. Without this knowledge it would not be possible to build safe, efficient and long-lasting buildings, structures and dwellings. This course provides an over-view of the basic properties of wide range of building materials available to Civil Engineers for various usages. Students also learn the standard testing procedures of construction materials as per provision of various IS Codes. Besides this students also learn about construction of brick and stone masonry, plastering, damp proofing its requirements and methods of construction, need and significance of ventilation, methods of insulation, construction equipment. Last module of course introduces students to repairs and rehabilitation of structures, crack pattern, causes of deterioration of structures, assessment of damages and methods employed for repairs and restoration.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to recognize the various phases associated with simple residential and commercial construction
  • Learn to identify and use correctly a wide variety of hand and power tools associated with the construction industry
  • Learn current construction industry trends and become familiar with standards for quality construction and trends in building technology

Course Overview

In this course, the students will know the importance of irrigation system in India and water requirement of crops. They will also know the hydraulic design of various irrigation structures such as weir, barrage, cross drainage works, dams, silt ejector and excluder, earth dam, canal falls. They will know the various components of head works and head regulator.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to summarize the Concepts of irrigation and different hydraulic structures
  • Learn to summarize the estimation the quantity of water required by crops
  • Learn to analyze, plan and design irrigation projects

Course Overview

Enables the students to understand and apply the fundamental principles governing open channel hydraulics to the design of engineering systems. Natural and engineered hydraulic systems affect many aspects of the physical world, and modern human conveniences (e.g., water supplies). This course represents a stepping stone in their professional development; it is intended to aid them in developing the skills they will need for systematic decomposition and solution of real-world problems.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to summarize the concepts of boundary layer flow and its applications
  • Learn to summarize the terms of the open channel flow equations and explain the interactions among the terms
  • Learn to analyze open channel flow problems through the selection and use of appropriate equations

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River Engineering is the process of deliberate human interference in the course, action, or flow of a river with an objective to bring some change in the action of the river and get benefits from it. Engineers intervened in the natural flow and action of rivers since long before the recorded history in order to manage and utilize the water resources, to protect against flooding, or to make passage along or across the rivers easier.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to apply the governing principles of morphological processes
  • Learn to discuss channel instability
  • Learn to estimate river shear stress, grain entrainment, and dominant discharge and perform stream flow analysis

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This course deals with how structures are built and projects are developed on the field. After completion of the course students will have an understanding of modern construction practices, construction dynamics, resources required, cost estimation, project economics and administration of construction projects.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to define idea of how structures are built and projects are developed on the field
  • Learn to examine the resource planning
  • Learn to conclude plan, control, and monitor construction projects concerning time and cost

Course Overview

This course is designed to develop the basic knowledge of engineering economics, materials of construction, construction technology, building planning and drawings. In the construction of any structure, specifications of civil work are the significant parameters in deciding the cost of the project. In construction, it is often required to use the local materials for which the rates are varying in greater extent across the country. Therefore, there emerges need of discipline to suggest a specific scientific technique to determine the quantity and cost of the materials along with its justification. Today being the era of technology, a provision is also been made to use the various software for more accuracy and speedy determination of estimation and costing.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to choose the stages involved in construction activities for estimating the quantities and cost incurred in the project
  • Learn to make use of the mid-sectional area and mean sectional area methods for determining earthwork quantities of road and canal embankment
  • Learn to analyze the quantities of materials of various components used in construction works such as beams, slabs, columns, and footings, as per specifications for preparation of Rate analysis

Course Overview

This course focuses on ‘Positive Psychology’ (PP) which is a relatively new branch of Psychology that aims to understand, test, discover and promote the factors that allow individuals and communities to thrive. PP is based upon 3 primary concerns: positive emotions, positive individual traits, and positive institutions. This course will introduce the learners to these fundamental aspects of PP, apart from highlighting some of the core PP concepts including – happiness, flow, mindfulness, optimism, resilience, emotional intelligence, spirituality and self-related concepts (self-efficacy, self-esteem, ideal-self and real-self, self-regulation) etc. This course will facilitate one's understanding of positive aspects of human behavior.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the effect of psychology to improve well-being and success in both personal and work life
  • Learn to infer about hope, optimism, positive illusions, and playfulness
  • Learn to summarize about Creativity, Giftedness & Industry, Judgment, Wisdom & Fairness, Emotional Intelligence & Prudence

Course Overview

This course is designed to develop the ability in the students the basic knowledge of engineering economics, materials of construction, construction technology, building planning and drawings. In the construction of any structure, specifications of civil work are the significant parameters in deciding the cost of the project. In construction, it is often required to use the local materials for which the rates are varying in greater extent across the country. Therefore, there emerges the need of a discipline to suggest a specific scientific technique to determine the quantity and cost of the materials along with its justification. Today being the era of technology, a provision has also been made to use the various software for more accuracy and speedy determination of estimation and costing.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to choose the stages involved in construction activities for estimating the quantities and cost incurred in the project
  • Learn to make use of the mid-sectional area and mean sectional area methods for determining earthwork quantities of road and canal embankment
  • Learn to analyze the quantities of materials of various components used in construction works such as beams, slabs, columns, and footings, as per specifications for preparation of Rate Analysis

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Industrial Mock Viva will enable the students to experience actual interview situation for any industry. It will also enable the students to get a chance of interaction with the industry expert.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify important aspects of the courses important for the industry
  • Learn to identify shortcomings concerning personality, communication, technical knowledge, etc.
  • Learn to adapt with actual interview condition

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Engineering Economics is essential for civil engineers to understand various parameters of estimation and costing for measuring quantities of construction materials using traditional methods involved in the projects/works. This course is very exhaustive and covers a wide range of topics of public sector economics, monetary, economics, economics, public finance, managerial economics engineering economics, and a brief account of the Indian economy. It further covers estimation, measurement of various work items of construction projects and costs. Detailed specifications of different structures, details of rate analysis, tenders, bids and various Acts, compensations, and arbitrations about construction projects are described in a structured form.

Course Outcomes

  • Have an idea of Economics in general, Economics of India particularly for public sector agencies and private sector businesses
  • -Be able to understand the technical specifications for various works to be performed for a project and how they impact the cost of a structure.
  • Be able to quantify the worth of a structure by evaluating quantities of constituents, derive their cost rates and build up the overall cost of the structure.

Course Overview

Engineering Economics is essential for civil engineers to understand various parameters of estimation and costing for measuring quantities of construction materials using traditional methods involved in the projects/works. This course is very exhaustive and covers a wide range of topics of public sector economics, monetary, economics, economics, public finance, managerial economics engineering economics, and a brief account of the Indian economy. It further covers estimation, measurement of various work items of construction projects and costs. Detailed specifications of different structures, details of rate analysis, tenders, bids and various Acts, compensations, and arbitrations about construction projects are described in a structured form.

Course Outcomes

  • Have an idea of Economics in general, Economics of India particularly for public sector agencies and private sector businesses
  • Be able to understand the technical specifications for various works to be performed for a project and how they impact the cost of a structure.
  • Be able to quantify the worth of a structure by evaluating quantities of constituents, derive their cost rates and build up the overall cost of the structure.

Course Overview

This course represents a stepping stone in professional development; it is intended to aid in developing the skills needed for systematic decomposition and solution of real-world problems.

Course Outcomes

  • Recognize the various phases associated with simple residential and commercial construction.
  • Identify and use correctly a wide variety of hand and power tools associated with the construction industry.
  • Understand current construction industry trends and become familiar with standards for quality construction and trends in building technology.

Course Overview

The course on Pavement Materials will deal with the basic and fundamental understanding about the behavior of various materials used in the construction of pavements. Characterization, tests and engineering properties of these materials will be elaborated in context with its field application. Current practices and future trends in the area of pavement materials will be discussed. It is envisaged that this course will help in training students/engineers/faculty members in the domain of material engineering related to pavement application

Course Outcomes

  • Classify different types of soil and different laboratory test to estimate soil strength
  • Explain different tests related to characterization of aggregates
  • Describe different types of bituminous material and their characterization

Course Overview

Industrial mock viva will enable the students to experience actual interview situations for any industry. It will also enable the students to get a chance to interact with industry experts.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify important aspects of the courses important for the industry.
  • Learn to identify their shortcomings regarding different courses.
  • Learn to adapt to actual interview conditions.
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This course helps to understand the basic principles and concepts and processes involved in water and wastewater treatment and to learn the basics of water treatment plant composition and its characteristics. Which helps you to design the structures involved in a water treatment plant

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify the norms and criteria of water quality
  • Learn to discuss the different types of water treatment methods
  • Learn to discuss and design various wastewater treatment units and plan their operations on the basis of raw water quality

Course Overview

Surface Hydrology is a branch of geoscience concerned with the origin, distribution, movement, and properties of waters of the earth. This includes fluid flow and transport of contaminants in the subsurface environment. Past and present research focuses on a broad spectrum of hydrologic problems. These range from quantifying snow distribution and melt, rainfall and infiltration processes, floods, droughts, terminal lake responses, soil erosion, and groundwater/surface water exchanges

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the different concepts in hydrometeorology
  • Learn to discuss the key aspects of hydrology, along with a more applied appreciation of monitoring and modelling hydrological processes
  • Learn to generalize knowledge on topics ranging from climatology, atmospheric circulation, and meteorological measurements, as well as more detailed investigations into precipitation, stream flow measurement, hydrograph analysis, storm runoff, and concepts in flood estimation and routing

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The course deals with design of steel structures using “Limit State Design Method”. The design methodology is based on the latest Indian Standard Code of Practice for general construction (IS 800:2007). The subject covers all the necessary components such as material specifications, connections and elementary design of structural members for designing industrial steel structures. The course provides material specifications and design considerations. It provides relevant material properties of different types of steel. It deals with two types of connections namely welded and bolted connections. The advantages and limitations of these two methods of connections are also spelt out. Eccentric connections due to different plane of loading for both bolt and weld are discussed. The course also comprises of analysis and design procedure of steel members under axial tension. Design of compression members, built-up compression members along with the batten and lacing systems are explained in in this course. It deals with the design procedures of flexural members having laterally supported and laterally unsupported beams. It comprises of design of various types of column bases which transfers different kind of loads from super structures to underneath soil. Design of gantry girder with reference to industrial applications is also demonstrated

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the steel structures, their types and formations
  • Learn to analyze and design welded and bolted connections
  • Learn to illustrate tension members and compression members

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Concrete is one of the most vital materials used in construction. Concrete is made up of cement, coarse aggregate; fine aggregate, water and admixtures. The strength of concrete is directly depends upon the properties of these materials and their proportion in the concrete. In this course students will learn the various properties of concrete ingredients and various properties of concrete itself and their testing including non-destructive testing such as ultrasonic pulse velocity test, rebound hammer test etc. They will also learn the various mix design methods to design the concrete for different construction works

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the properties of the constituent materials of concrete
  • Learn to explain the effect of admixtures on fresh and hard state of concrete
  • Learn to calculate the mix proportions of concrete as per BIS and ACI standards

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This course introduces students to the development and application of probability and risk concepts to provide solutions to common problems formulated in engineering practice

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to formulate and solve problems dealing with probability and statistics in engineering applications
  • Learn to employ the key concepts of probability, Bayesian inference, and regression models to estimate uncertainty in engineering systems
  • Develop practical skills in Monte Carlo simulation

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The course provides introduction to key topics in nanotechnology; experimental techniques that can be used to study nanoscale materials and phenomena; material properties on the nanoscale; introduction to physics and chemistry needed to understand nanoscale phenomena and material properties.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn about the basics of Nanotechnology.
  • Learn the concepts of extraordinary properties exhibited at the nanoscale.
  • Learn different synthesis/ fabrication techniques of nanomaterials.

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The course would cover-general introduction including definition of solid wastes–municipal waste, biomedical waste, hazardous waste, e-waste; legal issues and requirements for solid waste management; sampling and characterization of solid waste; analysis of hazardous waste constituents including QA/QC issues; health and environmental issues related to solid waste management; steps in solid waste management-waste reduction at source, collection techniques, materials and resource recovery/recycling, transport, optimization of solid waste transport, treatment and disposal techniques (composting, vermi-composting, incineration, non-incineration thermal techniques, refuse derived fuels, land-filling); economics of the onsite vs. offsite waste management options (individual vs. common treatment/disposal practices, integrated waste management; and waste minimization and concepts of industrial symbiosis and industrial ecology

Course Outcomes

  • Learn the characteristics of different types of solid and hazardous wastes and the factors affecting variation
  • Learn to define and explain important concepts in the field of solid waste management and suggest suitable technical solutions for treatment of municipal and industrial waste
  • Learn to demonstrate the process of waste storage, collection and transport of wastes

Course Overview

Industrial Mock Viva will enable the students to experience actual interview situation for any industry. It will also enable the students to get a chance of interaction with the industry expert.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to identify important aspects of the courses important for the industry
  • Learn to identify their shortcomings regarding different courses
  • Learn to adapt with actual viva

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This course offers an introduction to the history and historiography of science from ancient Greece to the present. It is designed to serve as an introduction for those who have no prior background in the field and to deepen the knowledge of those who already do. This course will focus on determining the factors that makes particular works effective, understanding major contemporary trends and debates in the history of science, and establishing resources for further research

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the Beginning and Development in different field of science in ancient, medieval, and in modern period
  • Learn to explain the biography of different scientist like Baudhayan, Aryabhtatta, Brahmgupta, Bhaskaracharya, Varahamihira, Nagarjuna
  • Learn to discover various research organizations like DRDO, CSIR, IRC, ISRO

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This course will help students learn about types and purposes of different foundation systems and structures. It provides students with exposure to the systematic methods for designing foundation. It will discuss and evaluate the feasibility of foundation solutions to different types of soil conditions considering the time effect on soil behavior. The course will help to build the necessary theoretical background for design and construction of foundation system and study the nature of the soil behavior or different foundation

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to distinguish various types of foundation
  • Learn to determine the bearing capacity of soil and possible settlement of the foundation
  • Learn to interpret field and laboratory data required for retaining wall design and analysis

Course Overview

Earthquake engineering is an interdisciplinary scientific area, it identifies and solves problems associated with occurrence of earthquakes, with the goal of reducing seismic risks to socio-economically acceptable levels. It includes integration of knowledge with geology, seismology, geotechnical, marine and structural engineering, and even architecture and insurance.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to determine the response of SDOF & MDOF structural systems subjected to vibration including earthquake
  • Learn to discuss the concept of stiffness and damping
  • Learn to determine the lateral forces generated in the structure due to earthquake

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The course covers essential concepts in soil mechanics. Topics include compaction, seepage theory, groundwater, stresses and strains in soils, effective stress concept, consolidation, shear strength of soils, and earth pressure theory. The course emphasizes the learning of soil mechanics concepts. Some examples of application of these concepts to geotechnical engineering practice are also provided to reinforce these concepts. Laboratory practicum component of the course provides hands-on experience of laboratory tests that are commonly used for determination of geotechnical properties of soils

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to summarize the basic properties of soil and different laboratory methods for determination of these basic properties of soil
  • Learn to summarize the Engineering behavior of the soil and different laboratory methods for determination of these engineering properties of soil
  • Learn to summarize the basic application of the concepts of the soil mechanics

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Economics is an important subject to understand the different aspects of finance, and economy of a nation, organization etc. The course elaborates the basic rules of economics. It includes demand law and supply law along with various statistical techniques to analyze the real-time economic problems. It encourages the sustainable economy to grow for the socio-economic benefits.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn the principles of economics
  • Learn to apply the concepts of Economics in Engineering problems
  • Understand the rights and policies of working hours and over duty

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Economics is an important subject to understand the different aspects of finance, and economy of a nation, organization etc. The course elaborates the basic rules of economics. It includes demand law and supply law along with various statistical techniques to analyze the real-time economic problems. It encourages the sustainable economy to grow for the socio-economic benefits.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn the principles of economics
  • Learn to apply the concepts of Economics in Engineering problems
  • Learn to explain the rights to comprehend the working hour and over duty

Course Overview

This course offers an introduction to the history and historiography of science from ancient Greece to the present. It is designed to serve as an introduction for those who have no prior background in the field and to deepen the knowledge of those who already do. This course will focus on determining the factors that make particular works effective, understanding major

Course Outcomes

  • Learn to explain the Beginning and Development of different fields of science in ancient, medieval, and modern periods.
  • Learn to explain the biography of different scientists like Baudhayan, Aryabhtatta, Brahmgupta, Bhaskaracharya, Varahamihira, Nagarjuna, etc.
  • Learn to discover various research organizations like DRDO, CSIR, IRC, ISRO, etc.
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Incubation Centre

The Start-Up & Incubation Centre at Assam down town University provides a supportive environment for young entrepreneurs to develop and grow their business ideas. The center provides mentorship, funding, and networking opportunities to help innovative ideas become successful businesses.

Rural Empowerment with SFURTI scheme

SFURTI scheme to support rural entrepreneurs and innovators, an initiative by the Ministry of MSME

TIDE 2.0 scheme for ICT-based startups

TIDE 2.0 scheme for ICT-based startups which provides a grant of Rs. 4L and Rs. 7L under EiR and Grant categories respectively, an initiative by the Ministry of MeitY.

dtVL Ideation interest-free loans up to Rs. 2 lakhs.

dtVL Ideation, an incubation program for early-stage entrepreneurs with a market-ready solution/product, offering interest-free loans up to Rs. 2 lakhs.

Innovation with Sprout UP program

Sprout UP, an incubation program for students, faculties, and researchers with innovative business ideas, prototypes, or technology solutions.

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