The modules for semester-1 and semester-2 in 2018

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to state and apply physical laws in the study of statics and dynamics, analyze statically determinate beams and trusses, evaluate stress and strain, and apply the laws of Newtonian mechanics on moving objects.

    This module is offered in semester-2.

  • In this module, the students will collect data using surveying instruments, set out construction works, use GIS software in practical exercises, and produce engineering drawings using CAD software.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and semester-2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to analyze and interpret meteorological and hydrological data, estimate design rainfall, explain and quantify the processes involved in the hydrological cycle, analyze streamflow data to determine flow characteristics (flow duration curves, unit hydrographs), perform flood frequency analysis on recorded flow data, undertake flood estimation in ungauged catchments, and use hydrological techniques to solve engineering problems.

    This module is offered in semester-2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to describe the elements and processes that make up a variety of Civil Engineering systems, analyze data to determine design values and quantify elements of Civil Engineering systems, select appropriate standards and procedures for the design of common Civil Engineering systems, and apply a systems engineering approach to the design of a Civil Engineering system.

    This module is offered in semester-1.

  • In this module, the students will learn to appreciate the principles of structural behavior, undertake basic structural calculations, define the engineering properties of structural materials and soils, assess the engineering properties of structural materials and soils through laboratory testing and data analysis, solve a range of engineering problems related to materials selection, soil types, slopes, and ground water.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and semester-2.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the rock cycle and the associated processes and materials, carry out literature research to develop a prior understanding of a field site, describe the structural function of a range of building elements, and work independently and in groups in field observation and designing and executing field data collection strategies.

    This module is offered in semester-1 and semester-2.

  • In this module, the students will study standard mathematical techniques used in the solution of engineering problems.

    This module is offered in semester-2.