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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will have a critical understanding on the design principles applied in highway engineering.

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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to design timber members in civil engineering structures, loadbearing masonry structures, statically determinate pre-stressed concrete beam elements, and rectangular overhead/ground water tanks.

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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to have an appreciation of building services and formwork, and analyse and design bridges in steel and structural concrete.

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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to understand, critically assess, utilise or demonstrate open-ended multi-disciplinary projects within practical constraints; use of theoretical methods within an industrial environment; an individual’s role in a project team; and self-management skills.

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

  • On successful completion of this module, the students will be able to plan, manage and execute an extended piece of project work; identify, analyse and critically assess the current body of knowledge – theory, policy and practice; justify and reflect critically on the use of a range of research and/or evaluation strategies appropriate to exploring complex problems; rigorously analyse, interpret, and critically appraise the information / data to integrate theoretical knowledge and methodology, and apply it to a practical problem; critically reflect on and draw conclusions about their own methods, processes and outcomes, demonstrating awareness of the limitation and constraints of the work;develop proposals and/or recommendations for new areas of investigation, new problems, creative strategies or methodologies that arise from the project; and effectively communicate, verbally and in written format, technical understanding and recommendations achieved from the research investigation.

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