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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to plan the strategy for an investigation of a project management case study and communicate using oral presentations; investigate and report critically on aspects of a case study relevant to project management using written communications;examine project management theory and relate to the project definition, feasibility and implementation including problem solving strategies;understand the project environment and evaluate the organizational leadership, teamwork, structures, roles, financial arrangements and culture that are required to suit varying contexts but especially in public led projects and with regard to relevant stakeholders; and demonstrate knowledge of appropriate tools and techniques in relation to managing a project.

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

  • In this module, the students will select appropriate engineering properties for structural design in a range of materials, design basic structural steel elements and connections, design basic reinforced concrete elements, design masonry elements, demonstrate familiarity with the most common laboratory and in-situ soil tests, interpret geotechnical data to select appropriate parameters for analysis and design, and identify the failure mechanisms associated with soils.

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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to understand the geological context of rock and mineral type, interpret geological maps, critically review methods for assessing mineral resources, critically evaluate a range of engineering options for managing the operation and social/environmental impact of mineral quarrying,  design engineering solutions that enable an economically viable mineral winning management scheme that meets social and environmental requirements, demonstrate an awareness of health and safety in the mineral winning environment, and produce a professional quality quarry management report.

    This module is offered in semester-1.

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to show a detailed knowledge and understanding of the application of hydraulics to describe and solve problems encountered in civil and environmental engineering, explain basic concepts and derive logical equations of fluid flow, compare and contrast the requirements for and applications of hydraulic modelling, design open channels and pipes, show cognitive skills with respect to logical thinking and the use of symbolic language to describe the relationships between real or abstract quantities in the context of problems that arise in civil and environmental engineering, and recognize and understand the link to the mathematics modules and the typically non-linear nature of engineering problems.

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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to state and apply physical laws to the solution of engineering problems, interpret a mathematical model in terms of the physical problem being described with reference to the underlying assumptions and limitations of the model, and communicate mathematical ideas and concepts in written form.

    This module is offered in semester-2.