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Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for PG Programme [Environmental]
PEO1 To prepare students to get employment, profession and/or to pursue higher education and research in environmental engineering discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general.
PEO2 To provide students a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to formulate, analyse and solve environment engineering related problems.
PEO3 To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge in breadth about environmental laws and regulatory policies in order to utilize their skills to facilitate implementation of our country???s environmental policies in activities related to different engineering projects affecting the environment and ensure sustainable development.
PEO4 To inculcate ethical practices in students and to establish understanding of professionalism, safety, sustainability, their duties and contribution to the society.
PEO5 To provide students with encouraging academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and to enable them to understand the significance of life-long learning in global perspective.

Programme Outcomes (POs) for for PG Programme [Environmental]
PO1 A post graduate should be able to give Technical & Engineering solution for Environmental Engineering problems using knowledge of science, mathematics etc.
PO2 The Environmental Engineering post graduate should be able to use operation research and applied mathematics in finding solution and analysis of Engineering problems.
PO3 Passing out Environmental Engineer should be able to design building structure, Roads, sewage and water supply network and other component of infrastructure system considering environmental, safety and social aspects
PO4 A Environmental Engineer should able to use latest research technological tool and analyse large engineering data for providing solution of engineering problems
PO5 A post graduate should be able to use latest technology, software like EPANET, SEWER- CAD etc. to solve complex engineering activities.
PO6 The engineer should inculcate the knowledge regarding social, health, legal and cultural issues required for professional engineering skills.
PO7 The engineer should able to provide environmental friendly and sustainable Infrastructure development.
PO8 A post graduate engineer during his course of study should develop a sense of social ethics and professionalism and should apply them in his career.
PO9 A post graduate should inculcate leadership qualities whenever working in a group while handling multi disciplinary engineering projects
PO10 A post graduate engineer should be able to compile Detailed Project Report and give technical presentations acquiring good communication skills during course of study
PO11 Post graduate should able to handle Environmental Engineering Projects involving multidisciplinary aspects/streams including its financial cost estimation etc.
PO12 Post graduate should have aptitude for learning new innovative technologies in Environmental Engineering.

Course Outcomes (COs) for PG Programme [Environmental]
  Advance course in mathematics/Simulation & Modelling
CO1 Gain knowledge related to the fundamental science involved in processes related to water and wastewater treatment
CO2 To be able to select the suitable source of water supply after analysis of water quality and other parameters
CO3 To be able to select suitable water treatment to be given and design of components of a water treatment plant
CO4 To be able to trouble shoot the operational problems of treatment units based on physicochemical processes
  Public Health Engineering Laboratory
CO1 To understand the different important water quality parameters, their relevance to human health and in treatment processes and their permissible limits as per the standards.
CO2 To be able to analyse physical, chemical and biological water quality parameters in laboratory.
CO3 To design experiments.
CO4 To learn to maintain safety standards in the laboratory.
  Management in Water & Sanitation Sector
CO1 To understand the planning of water supply systems.
CO2 To understand the basics of water supply planning and management
CO3 To understand various financial ratios regarding water supply.
  Waste water treatment
CO1 To understand basic concepts of wastewater generation, collection system, wastewater quality and standards.
CO2 To acquire knowledge regarding wastewater reuse and its challenges
CO3 To learn about various methods of waste water treatment.
  Environment Impact Assessment
CO1 To understand Environmental laws, different regulations policies and/or Executive orders related to Physical, Chemical, and Biological, Cultural, and Socioeconomic environment.
CO2 To understand the interpretation of existing environmental conditions It provides a basis for interpreting the anticipated impact of the Project.
  Design of water & waste water systems
CO1 To learn the methods for design of sewerage system components
CO2 To design water and wastewater treatment facilities
CO3 To analyze and design the water supply distribution systems and networks.
CO4 To plan and design the storm drainage system
CO5 To simulate the urban watershed behaviour using different modelling tools.
CO6 To understand and analyze the urban hydrological cycle and its components.
  Building & Environment
CO1 Ability to understand the Concept of sustainable development.
CO2 Ability to understand the waste utilization in construction materials.
CO3 Ability to understand the Introduction to sustainable building design.
  Solid & Hazardous Waste Management
CO1 Knowledge about characteristics of solid waste and problems associated with solid waste disposal.
CO2 Knowledge about various methods of solid waste treatment
CO3 Knowledge about storage and processing.
CO4 Knowledge about biomedical waste
CO5 Knowledge about electronic waste and its management
  Industrial Waste Treatment
CO1 Ability to understand the sources and characteristics, Effects of Discharges of Industrial Waste on receiving bodies of water.
CO2 Ability to understand the Specific Industrial treatment Processes.
CO3 Ability to understand the methods of treatment of Industrial Wastewater.
CO4 Ability to understand the methods Potentials for Wastewater recycle and reuse in industries.
  Air and Noise Pollution
CO1 Ability to understand the various sources of air pollution and their classification.
CO2 Knowledge about Emission inventories & Emission factor.
CO3 Ability to understand about Economic Effects of air pollution.
CO4 Ability to understand Control technology for particulate and gaseous pollutants.
  Introduction of remote sensing & GIS
CO1 Ability to understand the basic concept of remote sensing & GIS.
CO2 They will be able to select and finalize the remote sensing satellite data for different applications.
CO3 They will be able to extract the different type of information from different remote sensing data products using various image processing techniques.
CO4 To learn GIS for analysis of spatial and non-spatial data.
  Environment and Health
CO1 Ability to design studies linking environment with human health in order to understand the implications of any project.
CO2 Establishment of causal links to be used for developing techno-medical approach for mitigating adverse effects of such projects.
CO3 Develop concepts for bringing health as a parameter for evaluation of large projects for environmental attributes

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for PG Programme [Structural Engineering]
PEO1 Prepare students to get employment, profession and/or to pursue Higher education and research in structural engineering discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general.
PEO2 Prepare students to get employment, profession and/or to pursue Higher education and research in structural engineering discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general.
PEO3 To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge in breadth in order to solve mathematical problems related to analysis and design of various systems pertaining to Structural Engineering Infrastructure in order to utilize their skills to prepare cost estimates and activities related to Structural Engineering projects.
PEO4 To inculcate ethical practices in students and to establish understanding of professionalism, safety of structures, sustainability, their duties and contribution to the society.
PEO5 To provide students with academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and to enable them to understand the significance of life-long learning in global perspective.

Programme Outcomes (POs) for for PG Programme [Structural Engineering]
PO1 A Post graduate should be able to give Technical & Engineering solution for Structural Engineering problems using knowledge of science, mathematics etc.
PO2 The Structural Engineering Graduate should able to use operation research and applied mathematics in finding solution and analysis of Engineering problems.
PO3 Passing out Structural Engineer should be able to design building structure, bridges, composite structures and other component of infrastructure system considering environmental, safety and social aspects.
PO4 A Structural Engineer should able to use latest research technological tool and analyse large engineering data for providing solution of Structural engineering problems.
PO5 A Post - Graduate should be able to use latest technology, software like STAAD, ABAQUS, ESR/GSR etc. to solve complex Structural engineering activities.
PO6 The Structural engineer should inculcate the knowledge regarding social, health, legal and cultural issues required for professional Structural engineering skills.
PO7 The Structural engineer should able to provide environmental friendly and sustainable Infrastructure development.
PO8 A Post graduate engineer during his course of study should inbuilt social ethics and professionalism and should apply them in his carrier.
PO9 A Post graduate should inherit leadership qualities whenever working in a group while handling multi disciplinary engineering projects.
PO10 A Post graduate engineer should be able to compile Detailed Project Report and give technical presentations acquiring good communication skills during course of study.
PO11 Post Graduate should be able to handle Structural Engineering Projects involving multidisciplinary aspects/ streams including its financial cost estimation etc.
PO12 Post Graduate should have aptitude for learning new innovative technologies in structural Engineering.

Course Outcomes (COs) for PG Programme [Structural Engineering]
  Finite Element Method
CO1 Understood basic concepts of Finite Element Analysis technique.
CO2 Students will be able to formulate the FEM model for the analysis of different structural components.
CO3 Students learned applications of FEM for Structural Engineering problems.
  Advanced Structural Analysis
CO1 Analyse deformation for statistically determinate structures.
CO2 Analyse statistically determinate and indeterminate structures.
CO3 Analyse statistically determinate and indeterminate by displacement and force matrix method.
  Concrete Technology
CO1 Ability to design concrete mix of different grade.
CO2 Knowledge about properties of concrete.
CO3 Knowledge about various NDT techniques.
CO4 Knowledge about durability of concrete.
  Structural Dynamics
CO1 Understood various type degree of freedom systems in structures.
CO2 Understood orthogonal relationship of principle modes Rayleigh's principle and its application.
CO3 Gained knowledge about application of structural dynamics to civil engineering problems.
  Design of Advanced Concrete Structures
CO1 Acquire knowledge about structural detailing of reinforcement.
CO2 Students will be able to design different structural components like beams, columns, slabs, silo, bunkers etc.
CO3 Students will be able to design different structural frames.
  Structural Lab
CO1 Understand Basic test for materials, Mix Design, Non-destructive and other relevant tests of concrete quality.
CO2 Determination of various parameters for steel and concrete and other related parameters, durability related tests for concrete. Use of fiber
  Bridge Engineering
CO1 Knowledge about the Types of Bridges, choice of bridge type.
CO2 Criteria for selection of bridge site, economic span, bridge loadings, slab bridges, effect of skew.
CO3 Study about load distribution theories for multi beam bridges.
CO4 Design of R.C. T beam bridges, behavior and structural action of box girder bridge.
CO5 Design of bridge bearings, inspection and maintenance procedures, rehabilitation of bridges.
  Advanced Solid Mechanics
CO1 Ability to estimate stresses and strains of different structural components.
CO2 Ability to determine forces in trusses using various methodologies for different boundary conditions.
CO3 Ability to analyse the structures and to draw shear force and bending moment diagrams.
CO4 Ability to determine deflection of beams using different methods.
  Tall Buildings
CO1 Study of Structural systems and concepts. Frame, shear wall, Frame shear wall Interaction, coupled shear walls, braced frames, Tubular Buildings, Diagrids and Exoskeleton.
CO2 Understand Approximate and Matrix methods of Analysis, Foundation superstructure interaction.
CO3 Analyse Wind Effects, Earthquake effects and design for ductility. Review of relevant Indian standards.
  Prestressed Structures
CO1 Knowledge about pre-stressing, processes and construction of pre-stressed structural components.
CO2 Learned method of analysis of pre-stressed structural components.
CO3 Ability to design pre-stressed components for different Civil Engineering Construction Projects.
  Earthquake Engineering
CO1 Knowledge about earthquake hazards and related basic concepts.
CO2 Ability to understand the Seismic Vulnerability and its estimation.
CO3 Knowledge about methods of seismic retrofitting of buildings.
  Structural Optimization
CO1 Structural optimization based on Optimality criteria.
CO2 Computation of derivatives of response quantities with respect to design variables.
CO3 Non-linear programming by different methods.
  Design of Composite Structures
CO1 Ability to know the composite construction, design criteria, material properties, partial shear connection, partial interaction, buckling, shear lag.
CO2 Ability to understand elastic analysis of composite beams, rigid plastic analysis of simply supported beams, mechanical shear connectors.
CO3 Ability to learn about transfer of longitudinal shear forces, stocky columns, slender columns, composite beams with service ducts.
  Plate and Shells
CO1 Ability to know about Plate equation and behavior of thin plates in Cartesian, polar and skew coordinates.
CO2 Understand Isotropic and orthotropic plates, bending and twisting of plates; Numerical solutions.
CO3 Ability to learn Shell behavior, shell surfaces and characteristics, , equilibrium equations in curvilinear coordinates, force displacement relations.
CO4 Ability to understand Membrane analysis of shells of revolution and cylindrical shells under different loads.
  Computational Methods
CO1 Understood different numerical methods which can be used for the solution of non-linear problems.
CO2 Understood different probability and statistical aspects used in different engineering problems.
CO3 Understood application of numerical methods, statistical concepts and linear algebra for solving different engineering problems.
  Advanced Foundation Design
CO1 Design different foundation components.
CO2 Ability to understand various aspects of Design and Construction of foundation including special foundations on difficult soils.
CO3 Knowledge to amylases shallow the deep foundation.
CO4 Ability to design pile foundation.
CO5 Ability to design well foundation.
  Ground Improvement Techniques
CO1 Ability to identify various types of problems.
CO2 Have the various aspect of ground improvement techniques.
CO3 Knowledge about various conventional methods of ground improvement techniques.
CO4 Knowledge about the modern methods of ground improvement e.g. soil reinforcement techniques geogrids geosynthetic etc.
  Soil Structure Interaction
CO1 Designing structures under seismic conditions considering effect of SSI.
CO2 Modelling under static and dynamic SSI.
CO3 Ground response analysis for different soil conditions.
CO4 Exposure to various different codes of practices.
CO5 Finite element approach in solving in SSI problems.
  Structural Lab.-2
CO1 Ability to Learn Programming for structural analysis (MATLAB, FORTRAN, C++ Platforms).
CO2 Ability to know Application of Software (ABAQUS, ALTAIR HYPERWORKS).
CO3 Introduction to soft computing (Artificial Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms).

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for PG Programme [Transportation Engineering]
PEO1 To prepare students to get employment, profession and/or to pursue post graduation and?? research?? in?? transportation?? engineering?? discipline?? in?? particular?? and?? allied engineering disciplines in general.
PEO2 To provide students a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to formulate, analyse and solve transportation engineering related problems.
PEO 3 To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge in breadth in order to solve mathematical problems related to analysis and design of various systems pertaining to Transportation Engineering Infrastructure in order to utilize their skills to prepare optimal system design and activities related to Transportation Engineering projects.
PEO4 To inculcate ethical practices in students and to establish understanding of professionalism, safety, sustainability, their duties and contribution to the society.
PEO5 To provide students with academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and to enable them to understand the significance of life-long learning in global perspective.

Programme Outcomes (POs) for for PG Programme [Transportation Engineering]
PO1 A post graduate should be able to give Technical & Engineering solution for Transportation Engineering problems using knowledge of science, mathematics etc.
PO2 The Transportation Engineering postgraduate should able to use operation research and applied mathematics in finding solution and analysis of Engineering problems.
PO3 Passing out Transportation Engineer should able to design Roads, Traffic signals, Transportation planning and other component of infrastructure system considering environmental, safety and social aspects.
PO4 A Transportation Engineer should be able to use latest research technological tool and analyse large engineering data for providing solution of engineering problems.
PO5 A postgraduate should able to use latest technology, software like GIS, AUTOCIVIL etc. to solve complex engineering activities.
PO6 The post graduate engineer should inculcate the knowledge regarding social, health, legal and cultural issues required for professional engineering skills.
PO7 The post graduate engineer should able to provide environmental friendly and sustainable Infrastructure development.
PO8 A postgraduate engineer during his course of study should inbuilt social ethics and professionalism and should apply them in his carrier.
PO9 A postgraduate should inherit leadership qualities whenever working in a group while handling multi disciplinary engineering projects
PO10 A postgraduate engineer should be able to compile Detailed Project Report and give technical presentations acquiring good communication skills during course of study.
PO11 Postgraduate should be able to handle Transportation Engineering Projects involving multidisciplinary aspects/ streams including its financial cost estimation etc.
PO12 Postgraduate should have aptitude for learning new innovative technologies in transportation Engineering.

Course Outcomes (COs) for PG Programme [Transportation Engineering]
  Transportation Planning
CO1 should able to know various hierarchical levels of transport planning.
CO2 They should have basic ideas about various planning models.
CO3 To develop expertise in route and land use transport planning.
  Highway Materials
CO1 To understand the material property for highway engineering.
CO2 Able to analyse and use standard and locally available matter for roads.
CO3 Able to design bituminous road with various mix method design.
  Traffic Engineering and Field Studies
CO1 To analyse of spot speed and delay studies.
CO2 To enable various types of traffic capacity studies e.g. volume and density relationships
CO3 To enable analyse and identify accident studies and characteristics.
CO4 To understand the various traffic management and their technique.
  Highway Material and Highway Construction Lab
CO1 Understand the different important engineering properties of road material like aggregate and binding materials
CO2 Able to demonstrate the different test procedures related to road materials.
CO3 Able to measure the engineering properties of road material in laboratory like fine aggregate, coarse aggregates and different type of binding materials.
  Intersection Analysis and Design
CO1 They should be able to understand the design principles, factors affecting for design of intersection.
CO2 They should be able to reduce point of conflict at intersections. CO3.They should understand the design of signals and speed change lanes.
  Highway Construction
CO1 They should understand the construction of highway sub grade and embankment layer
CO2 They should have basic idea about various field and lab test of different pavement layer.
CO3 They must understand the specification and procedure for construction of different bituminous layer.
CO4 They should have knowledge of drawings of various concrete joints in rigid pavements.
  Pavement Analysis and Design
CO1 To make students acquainted with various type of pavement and their analysis.
CO2 Enable them to design pavement for various requirements
CO3 They should be able to analyse their failure cracks and other defects and probable reason for them.
  Spatial Data Collection and Analysis
CO1 Enable to use remote sensing data product for surveying and data collection.
CO2 Enable to extract different type of information from the remote sensing data product required in various engineering application.
CO3 Easily and efficiently use of GPS for generation of database and its use various engineering application.
  Low Cost Roads
CO1 To make them understand about planning, design, construction and maintenance of rural roads
CO2 This course fulfils their knowledge required to perform as rural road engineering
CO3 Learn methodology to use local low cost materials.
  Pavement Maintenance and Management System
CO1 They should understand the various components of pavement management system and pavement maintenance management system.
CO2 They should be able to design overlay thickness over existing roads with the help of Benkelman Beam Deflection study.
CO3 They should know the concept of present serviceability index concepts(PSI).
CO4 They must acquire knowledge about various maintenance measures.
  Highway sub grade and foundation analysis
CO1 Develop ability to understand soil properties important from pavement design.
CO2 learn methods to deal with weak soils.
CO3 Able to design embankment and vertically sand drains.
  Traffic flow modelling and simulation
CO1 Develop understanding about traffic flow characteristics and simulation models.
CO2 Learn to solve traffic problems such as pedestrian flow , signalized and unsignalized intersections.
CO3 Learn simulation languages.
  Operation Research methods & project economics
CO1 Student should be able to mathematically formulate the actual problem.
CO2 Student should be able to get the optimal solution of discrete & continuous problem.
CO Student should be able to prepare cash flow diagram & do economic analysis for selection from alternate projects.
  Traffic and environment
CO To develop knowledge and skills for environmental monitoring on road projects.
CO To develop expertise in use of waste materials as low cost material and sustenance for road
CO To learn scope of environmental codal provisions in transportation and road sector.
CO To develop expertise to assess pollution abatement practices.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for UG Programme
PEO 1 To prepare students to get employment, profession and/or to pursue Post graduation and research in civil engineering discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general.
PEO 2 To provide students a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to formulate, analyse and solve civil engineering related problems.
PEO 3 To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge in breadth in order to solve mathematical problems related to analysis and design of various systems pertaining to Civil Engineering Infrastructure in order to utilize their skills to prepare cost estimates and activities related to Civil Engineering projects.
PEO 4 To inculcate ethical practices in students and to establish understanding of professionalism, safety, sustainability, their duties and contribution to the society.
PEO 5 To provide students with academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and to enable them to understand the significance of life-long learning in global perspective.

Programme Outcomes (POs) for UG Programme
PO1 A graduate should able to give Technical & Engineering solution for Civil Engineering problems using knowledge of science, mathematics etc.
PO2 The Civil Engineering Graduate should able to use operation research and applied mathematics in finding solution and analysis of Engineering problems.
PO3 Passing out Civil Engineer should able to design building structure, Roads, sewage and water supply network and other component of infrastructure system considering environmental, safety and social aspects.
PO4 A Civil Engineer should able to use latest research technological tool and analyse large engineering data for providing solution of engineering problems.
PO5 A Graduate should able to use latest technology, software like GIS, Stadd etc. to solve complex engineering activities.
PO6 The engineer should inculcate the knowledge regarding social, health, legal and cultural issues required for professional engineering skills.
PO7 The engineer should able to provide environmental friendly and sustainable Infrastructure development.
PO8 A graduate engineer during his course of study should inbuilt social ethics and professionalism and should apply them in his carrier.
PO9 A graduate should in heritage leadership qualities whenever working in a group while handling multi disciplining engineering projects.
PO10 A graduate engineer should able to compile Detailed Project Report and give technical presentations acquiring good communication skills during course of study.
PO11 Graduate should able to handle Civil Engineering Projects involving multidisciplinary aspects/ streams including its financial cost estimation etc.
PO12 Graduate should have aptitude for learning new innovative technologies in civil Engineering.

Course Outcomes (COs) for UG Programme
  Mathematics I
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
CO6
CO7
Be able to apply the concepts of matrices in solving system of linear equations ??and finding Eigen values and Eigen vecto
Be able to find asymptotes and curvature of a polynomial curve
Be able to trace the curve when equation is known.
Be able to find the length of the curve, surface area and volume of the solid generated by its revolution around given axis
Be able to solve improper integrals of certain type.
Be able to find directional derivatives, potential functions, work done in a force field, circulation and flux through a surface etc.
Be able to apply Green???s, Gauss and Stokes theorem to evaluate vector integrals.
  Mathematics II
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Be able to find solutions of the Ordinary differential equations which they get in engineering problems.
Be able to find solution of Partial differential equations such as Wave and Heat equation.
Be able to find series solution of Ordinary differential equations
Be able to express a function in terms of Fourier series.
  Mathematics III
CO1
CO2
CO3
Understood different numerical methods which can be used for the solution of non-linear problems.
Understood different probability and statistical aspects used in different engineering problems.
Understood application of numerical methods, statistical concepts and linear algebra for solving different engineering problems.
  Complex Analysis
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understand the significance of differentiability of complex functions and be familiar with the Cauchy-Riemann equations;
Evaluate integrals along a path in the complex plane and understand the statement of Cauchys Theorem;
Compute the Taylor and Laurent expansions of simple functions, determining the nature of the singularities and calculating residues;
Use the Cauchy Residue Theorem to evaluate integrals and sum series.
  Numerical Method
CO1 CO1. Engineering will be made easy and more interesting.
  Abstract Algebra
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
CO6
CO7
Students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic definitions and theorems of abstract algebra.
Students should be able to complete problems and proofs which demonstrate both an understanding of the mechanics of the topic as well as an understanding of the basic underlying theories.
Students should be able to follow and to construct a formal mathematical proof using each of the following methods: a direct proof, a proof by contradiction and a proof by induction.
Students should be able to communicate mathematical ideas both in written and oral form for a variety of audiences.
Students should be able to identify some of the key historical figures in the field of abstract algebra.
Students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the relationship of abstract algebra to other branches of mathematics and to related fields.
Students should be able to independently explore related topics using resources other than the text.
  Construction Materials
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Able to demonstrate knowledge of construction materials and their usages in building projects.
Able to apply learning to further research in advancement of civil engineering materials field.
Understood characteristics of conventional building materials like stone, brick, wood etc.
Learned about new and composite materials and their value adding characteristic of being lightweight, energy efficient, speedy construction among others.
  Engineering Geology
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understand the concepts of various geological materials and weathering processes.
Understand the properties, behaviour and engineering significance of different type of rocks and minerals.
Learned the interpretation skills of geological maps having different type of geological features.
Learned consideration and importance of geological aspects in civil engineering related infrastructure projects.
  Surveying
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understood the basic skills of surveying work including distance and angle measurement
Able to finalise and select a particular type of survey and equipment suitable for a particular engineering application.
Able to use different type of surveying equipment like Compass, Theodolite, levels etc., for direction measurement, angle measurement, differential levelling and contouring
They will be able to prepare a surveying map using collected surveying data.
  Surveying Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understood working of different type of surveying equipments.
Able to use surveying equipment???s in field for measurement of distance, direction and elevation.
Able to adjust the traverse and calculation of coordinates i.e., latitude and departures.
Use surveying data for preparation of maps.
  Mechanics of Solids
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Ability to estimate stresses and strains of different structural components.
Ability to determine forces in trusses using various methodologies for different boundary conditions.
Ability to analyse the structures and to draw shear force and bending moment diagrams.
Ability to determine deflection of beams using different methods.
  Geology Lab
CO1
CO2
CO3
Learned the identification of different type of rocks and minerals.
Learned the identification and interpretation skills of geological maps having different type of geological features.
Learned consideration and importance of geological aspects in civil engineering related infrastructure projects.
  Fluid Mechanics
CO1
CO2
CO3 CO4
Learned basic properties and characteristics of incompressible fluid.
Understood basic fundamental theorems governing fluid flows i.e., continuity, energy and momentum.
Learned the measurement of different fluid properties using various type of equipments like measurement of flow, pressure velocity and head loss.
Learned the analysis of flow phenomenon through pipes and other systems.
  Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
Able to demonstrate the basic properties and characteristics of incompressible fluid in laboratory.
Able to demonstrate fundamental theorems governing fluid flows i.e., continuity, energy and momentum in laboratory.
Able to measure different fluid properties using various type of equipments like measurement of flow, pressure velocity and head loss.
  Construction Materials Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
Able to identify different type of construction materials.
Able to measure different engineering properties of building materials like strength, water absorption, abrasion impact etc.
Able to analyze and select different type of suitable material for construction projects.
  Water Supply Engineering
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understood the planning of water supply systems.
Able to select the suitable source of water supply after analysis of water quality and other parameters.
Able to design the water supply system components like intake, transmission and distribution network.
Able to select suitable water treatment to be given and design of components of a water treatment plant.
  Structural Analysis ???I
CO1
CO2
CO3
Analyse deformation for statistically determinate structures.
Analyse statistically determinate and indeterminate structures.
Analyse statistically determinate and indeterminate arches
  Road Material Testing Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
Understood the different important engineering properties of road material like aggregate and binding materials
Able to demonstrate the different test procedures related to road materials.
Able to measure the engineering properties of road material in laboratory like fine aggregate, coarse aggregates and different type of binding materials.
  Public Health Engineering?? Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
Understood the different important water quality parameters and their permissible limits as per the standards.
Able to analyse the water quality in laboratory by measuring different physical and chemical characteristics of water.
Able to determine the biological quality of water.
  Pipe & Channel Hydraulics
CO1
CO2
CO3
Able to understand flow characteristics in open channels.
Understood concepts and characteristics of boundary layer, laminar flow and turbulent flow.
Learned the working of hydraulic machines like pumps, ram and turbines.
Able to analyse the performance of hydraulic machines.
  Hydraulics Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
Able to demonstrate the flow characteristic in open channels like hydraulic jump.
Able to draw performance characteristics of pumps.
Able to draw performance characteristics of turbines and hydraulic ram.
  Highway Engineering
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Be able to understand the difference between material characteristics of different types of highway materials i.e. aggregates bituminous materials such as cutback, emulsions and Tar etc.
Acquire skills for understanding the basics for design of various geometric elements.
Acquire broad knowledge for design of transition curve, radius of curve, valley curve and summit curve.
Acquire the ability to design the pavement crust for Rural Roads as per IRC ??? SP-72.
  Building Technology
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understand practical knowledge about manufacturing of concrete and other construction practices.
Visualize buildings as objects through drawings.
Monitor and execute construction activities in building projects.
Select correct and suitable equipment for construction as per site conditions.
  Building Drawing
CO1
CO2
CO3
Understood the basic concepts of building drawings.
Understood the basic steps of building construction and their components.
Able to draw different type of drawings required for construction of buildings.
  Advanced Surveying Laboratory
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Understood the errors in traversing, their propagation and adjustment.
Able to book and reduce field observations.
Able to use advance equipments like total station for traverse measurements.
Understood the use of astronomy in surveying and measurements from aerial photographs.
  Advance Surveying
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
Plan and execute triangulation surveying schemes and survey.
Make measurements on satellite images and aerial photographs using photogrammetric concepts
Use advance surveying equipments for preparation of maps, determination of positions.
Measure time and other astronomical observations
  Structural Analysis Laboratory
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CO2
CO3
Students will be able to verify theorem of structural engineering.
Students will be able to measure hardness of different materials.
Students will be able to measure the deflection characteristics of different structural components.
  Structural Analysis ???II
CO1
CO2
CO3
Analyse statistically determinant structures using displacement approaches.
Analyse statistically determinant and indeterminate arches.
Analyse structures using matrix approaches.
  Soil Mechanics
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CO2
CO3
CO4
Students would be able to understand basic concepts and principles of soil mechanics.
Ability to classify the soils,
Knowledge about???? compaction, compressibility, permeability of soils.
Knowledge about???? characteristics and strengths of soil.
  Soil Mechanics lab
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CO3
Students would be able to identify and determine the basic engineering properties of soil.
Learned the procedure for experimental investigations required for classification of the soils.
Learned experimental methods of?? measurement of compaction, permeability and strength characteristics of soils.
  Sanitary Engineering
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CO2
CO3
Students understood basic concepts of wastewater generation, collection system, waste water quality and standards.
Learned the methods for design of sewerage system components.
Understood the construction methodologies of sewerage system.
  R. C. Design and Drawing
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CO2
CO3
Acquire knowledge about design and drawings of real field concrete structures
Learned design of?? various structural components of buildings
Acquire knowledge about structural detailing of reinforcement.
  Hydrology
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CO3
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Students can fit probability distributions to hydrologic processes such as rainfall and stream flow, and they understand the breadth and limitations of statistical methods.
Students understand the concepts of excess rainfall and direct runoff.
Students can estimate the time of concentration of a watershed, based on information about surface type and travel length, slope, and rainfall intensity.
Students can develop design storms and estimate infiltration and hydrologic losses based on information about land use and soil type.
Students can estimate peak discharges and develop unit hydrographs and design hydrographs for small-scale watersheds.
Students have a basic understanding of hydrologic and hydraulic methods of flow routing.
Students can apply current software to the hydrologic design of small-scale rural or urban watersheds.
  Estimating and Costing
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Knowledge about?? Estimate of building components and BOQ preparation
Acquire?? Knowledge about???? detailed estimates of?? roads
Understood methods of rate analysis for different building/civil construction items.
  Design of R. C. Structures
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Understanding basic philosophy of Working Stress and Limit State???? Design of RCC structures.
Students will be able to design different structural components like beams, columns, slabs etc.
Students will be able to design different structural frames.
  Water Resource Engineering
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understand the basics of water resources planning and management,
estimate the crop water requirement, design of unlined canals, falls and regulators.
Know about the basics of dam design and hydropower generation
  Structural Design and Drawing
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Understand the basics of design of RCC and Steel structural components.
Design and prepare drawings of?? flat slab, retaining walls, domes, curved beams and foundations.
Design and prepare drawings of steel structural components of civil engineering structures.
  Railway and Airport Engineering
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Acquire the Knowledge for basic aspects of railway track and its components i.e. gauge, ballast, sleepers and rails.
Acquire the basics to design the railway cant and know the functioning of points & crossings etc.
Acquire the broad knowledge of different types of railway signals, interlocking of signals.
Acquire the knowledge for design and analysis of airport runway length, taxiways, aprons and design of runway pavement crust.
Acquire the skills to understand the aircraft characteristics, wind rose diagrams and other factors necessary for selection of airport site.
  Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory
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Understand and estimate different soil engineering properties like shear strength, swelling pressure, free swell.
Determine allowable bearing pressure, unconfined compressive strength and other properties of rocks.
Demonstrate the experimental determination of soluble salts and sulphates
  Design of Foundation and Earth Structures
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Understand various aspects of foundation engineering including soil exploration,?????? theories and design of various foundation components, retaining walls etc.
Estimate safe bearing pressure of different type of soils and rocks.
Design different foundation components.
  Environmental System Design
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Learn different code provisions of design of water and wastewater conveyance and treatment facilities.
Design water and wastewater conveyance system.
design water and wastewater treatment facilities
  Design of RC Systems
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apply relevant BIS codes for design of advance RCC structures like flat slab, retaining walls, curved beams.
Design RCC industrial structural systems like retaining walls, flab slabs, curved beams intz tanks etc.
Understood yield line theory and its application in design of RCC structural components.
  Design of Masonry Structures
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Understood engineering characteristics of different type of masonry structures.
Understood behaviour of masonry under different type of loads i.e., vertical load, lateral loads etc.,
Plan and design masonry structures.
Plan retrofitting of masonry structures.
  Structural Dynamics
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Understood various type degree of freedom systems in structures.
Understood orthogonal relationship of principle modes Rayleigh???s principle and its application.
Gained knowledge about application of structural dynamics to civil engineering problems.??
  Finite Element Method
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Understood basic concepts of Finite Element Analysis technique.
Students will be able to formulate the FEM model for the analysis of different structural components.
Students learned applications of FEM for Civil Engineering problems.
  Design of Steel Structural Systems
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Understanding of stability of structures
Knowledge about?? Plastic design of Steel Structures
Knowledge about design of Gantry Girders, Truss Girder Bridge, Steel Tanks, using latest IS codes.
  Construction Information systems
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Knowledge about various aspects of Construction Information systems.
Ability to understand Management information systems in construction industry.
Ability to understand web applications and e- business in construction.
Knowledge about introduction to green building software.
  Advanced Foundation Design
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Ability to understand various aspects of Design and Construction of foundation including special foundations on difficult soils
Knowledge to amylases shallow the deep foundation
Ability to design pile foundation
Ability to design will foundation
  Urban Water Conveyance System Design
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Understand and analyse the urban hydrological cycle and its components.
Simulate the urban watershed behaviour using different modelling tools.
Plan and design the storm drainage system.??
Analyse and design the water supply distribution systems and networks.
  System Analysis
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Knowledge about various aspect of system analysis including?? ??synthesis and control; linear time variant systems; transfer function; impulse response.
Ability to understand method of optimization; optimality conditions for unconstrained problem.
Knowledge about linear programming.??
Knowledge aboutdecision process in engineering; decision making under uncertainty and under risk.
  Sustainable Building Project Delivery
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Ability to understand the Concept of?? sustainable development.
Ability to understand the waste utilization in construction materials.
Ability to understand the Introduction to sustainable building design.
  Solid Waste Management
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Knowledge about characteristics of solid waste and problems associated with solid waste disposal.
Knowledge about???? storage and processing.
Knowledge about?????? biomedical waste.
Knowledge about electronic waste and its management.
  Prestressed Structures
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Knowledge about pre-stressing, processes and construction of pre-stressed structural components.
Learned method of analysis of pre-stressed structural components.
Ability to design pre-stressed components for different Civil Engineering Construction Projects
  Industrial Waste Treatment
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Ability to understand the sources and characteristics, Effects of Discharges of Industrial Waste on receiving bodies of water.
Ability to understand the Specific Industrial treatment Processes.
Ability to understand the methods of treatment of Industrial Wastewater.
Ability to understand themethods Potentials for Wastewater recycle and reuse in industries.
  Ground Improvement Techniques
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Ability to identify?? various types?? of problems
Have the various aspect of ground improvement techniques
Knowledge about various conventional methods of ground?? improvement techniques
Knowledge about the modern methods of ground improvement e.g soil reinforcement techniques geogrids geosynthetic etc.
  Design of Hydraulic Structure
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Knowledge?? about various ??type of hydraulic structures and their function
Knowledge?? about ??Design principles of gravity and earth dams
Knowledge?? about Components of diversion head work and their design??
  Construction Project Management
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Understood various construction management concepts.
Learned different techniques of project scheduling, construction management and monitoring.
Ability to prepare construction management plans.
Knowledge about developing entrepreneurship skills.
  Concrete Technology
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Ability to design concrete mix of different grade.
Knowledge about properties of concrete
Knowledge about various NDT techniques
Knowledge about?? durability of concrete
  Air and Noise Pollution
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Ability to understand thevarious sources of air pollution and their classification.
Knowledge about Emission inventories & Emission factor.
Ability to understand about Economic Effects of air pollution.
Ability to understand Control technology for particulate and gaseous pollutants.
  Water Conservation Technology
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Understood importance and necessity of water conservation.
Learned different methods and techniques of water conservation.
Learned various institutional and other arrangements required for water conservation.
  Introduction of remote sensing & GIS
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Ability to understand?? the basic concept of remote sensing & GIS
They will be able to select and finalise the remote sensing satellite data for different applications.
They will be able to extract the different type of information from different remote sensing data products using various image processing techniques.
Learned GIS for analysis of spatial and non-spatial data.
  Earthquake Disaster Mitigation
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Knowledge about earthquake hazards and related basic concepts.
Ability to understand the Seismic Vulnerability and its estimation.
Knowledge about methods of seismic retrofitting of buildings.
  Computational Engineering
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Understood different computational methods and their applicability for the solution of engineering problems.
Learned different differentiation and integration techniques used in numerical methods.
Learned different interpolation techniques and their application.
Capable in selection and use of computational techniques for modelling of various engineering problems.
 
 


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