NIT Kurukshetra is one of the premier technical institutes of the country. Founded in 1963 as Regional Engineering College Kurukshetra, the institute was rechristened as National Institute of Technology on June 26, 2002.
B. Tech (Under Graduate) Scheme
Sr. No. 
Code 
Course Title 
Teaching Schedule 
Credits 

L 
T 
P 
Total 

Third Semester 

1 
CET201 
Structural AnalysisI 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
2 
CET203 
Building, Construction Materials & Drawing 
3 
 
2 
5 
5 
3 
CET205 
Fluid MechanicsI 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
4 
CET207 
SurveyingI 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
5 
CET209 
Engineering Geology 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
6 
MAT201 
Mathematics III 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
7 
CET211 
Structural MechanicsI(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
8 
CET213 
Fluid MechanicsI(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
9 
CET215 
SurveyingI(P) 
 
 
3 
3 
1.5 
Total 
19 
7 
9 
35 
27 
Sr. No. 
Code 
Course Title 
Teaching Schedule 
Credits 

L 
T 
P 
Total 

Fourth Semester 

1 
CET202 
Structural AnalysisII 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
2 
CET204 
Design of Steel StructuresI 
4 
 
2 
6 
4 
3 
CET206 
Fluid MechanicsII 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
4 
CET208 
Soil Mechanics 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
5 
CET210 
SurveyingII 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
6 
CET212 
Fluid MechanicsII(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
7 
CET214 
Soil Mechanics(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
8 
CET216 
SurveyingII(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
9 
CET218 
Engineering Geology(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
10 
HUT211 
Organisational Behaviour 
2 
1 
 
3 
2.5 
Total 
17 
8 
10 
35 
26 
Sr. No. 
Code 
Course Title 
Teaching Schedule 
Credits 

L 
T 
P 
Total 

Fifth Semester 

1 
CET301 
Structural AnalysisIII 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
2 
CET303 
Design of Concrete StructuresI 
4 
2 
 
6 
5 
3 
CET305 
Hydrology 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
4 
CET307 
GeotechnologyI 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
5 
CET309 
Water Supply and Treatment 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
6 
HUT301 
Business Management 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
7 
CET311 
Environmental Engineering (P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
8 
CET313 
Concrete Lab(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
9 
CET315 
Geotechnology (P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
10 
CET317 
Survey Camp 
 
 
 
 
3 
Total 
19 
10 
6 
35 
30 
Sr. No. 
Code 
Course Title 
Teaching Schedule 
Credits 

L 
T 
P 
Total 

Sixth Semester 

1 
CET302 
Design of Steel StructuresII 
3 
 
2 
5 
4 
2 
CET304 
Irrigation EngineeringI 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
3 
CET306 
Water Resources & Systems Engineering 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
4 
CET308 
GeotechnologyII 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
5 
CET310 
Transportation EngineeringI 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
6 
CET312 
Project Planning & Management 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
7 
CET314 
Transportation EngineeringI (P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
8 
CET316 
Structural MechanicsII(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
9 
CET318 
Computer Applications (P) 
 
 
3 
3 
1 
10 
CET320 
Seminar 
 
1 
 
1 
0.5 
Total 
18 
9 
8 
35 
26.5 
Sr. No. 
Code 
Course Title 
Teaching Schedule 
Credits 

L 
T 
P 
Total 

Seventh Semester 

1 
CET401 
Design of Concrete StructuresII 
4 
 
 
4 
4 

2 
CET403 
Industrial Waste Water Treatment 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 

3 
CET405 
Transportation EngineeringII 
3 
1 
 
1 
3.5 

4 
CET407 
Sewerage & Sewage Treatment 
2 
1 
 
3 
2.5 

5 
CET409 
Concrete StructuresII(Drg,) 
 
 
3 
3 
1.5 

6 
CET411 
Environmental EngineeringII (P) 
 
 
3 
3 
1 

Departmental Elective 

7 
CET413 
Elements of Earthquake EngineeringOR 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 

8 
CET415 
Rock Mechanics OR 

9 
CET417 
Advanced Traffic Engineering OR 

10 
CET439 
Rural Water Supply & SanitationOR 

11 
CET441 
River Mechanics & Flood Control 

Open Elective 

12 
CET419 to CET425 
Any one subject from the subjects listed in the attachment 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 

Project I 

13 
CET427 
Geotechnical Engineering OR 
 
 
4 (2)* 
4 (2)* 
9 

14 
CET429 
Transportation Engineering OR 

15 
CET431 
Environmental Engineering OR 

16 
CET435 
Water Resources Engineering OR 

17 
CET437 
Structural Engineering OR 

18 
CET445 
Geoinformatics 

19 
CET433 
Practical Training Report 
 
 
 
 
3 

20 
CET443 
Seminar 
 
1 
 
1 
1 

Total 
18 
5 
8(6)* 
31(29)* 
36 

Sr. No. 
Code 
Course Title 
Teaching Schedule 
Credits 

L 
T 
P 
Total 

Eighth Semester 

1 
CET402 
Bridge Engineering 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
2 
CET404 
Railway & Airport Engineering 
3 
1 
 
4 
3.5 
3 
CET406 
Irrigation EngineeringII 
3 
1 
 
1 
3.5 
4 
CET408 
Estimation & Accounts 
 
 
2 
2 
1.5 
Departmental Elective II 

5 
CET410 
Ground Water Engineering OR 
3 
2 
 
5 
4 
6 
CET412 
Environmental Impact Assessment OR 

7 
CET442 
Geosynthetics Engineering OR 

8 
CET444 
Transportation Planning OR 

9 
CET446 
Introduction to FEM OR 

10 
CET448 
Advanced Engineering Geology 

Open Elective II 

11 

Environmental Studies 
4 
 
 
4 
3.5 
12 
CET422 
Transportation Engg.II(P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1 
13 
CET424 
Irrigation Engineering, Design and Drawing (P) 
 
 
2 
2 
1.5 
Project II 

14 
CET426 
Structural Engineering OR 
 
 
4 (2)* 
4 (2)* 
3 
15 
CET428 
Water Resource Engineering OR 

16 
CET436 
Geotechnical Engineering OR 

17 
CET438 
Environmental Engineering OR 

18 
CET440 
Transportation Engineering OR 

19 
CET450 
Geoinformatics 

20 
CET432 
Comprehensive VivaVoce 
 
 
 
 
3 
21 
CET434 
General Fitness & Professional Aptitude 
 
 
 
 
3 
Total 
16 
3 
12(10)* 
29(27)* 
37 
* teaching load
LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVEI FOR VII SEMESTER
Sr. Course No. Name of Subject Remarks
1. CET419 Hydro Electric Power Development
2. CET421 Concrete Technology
3. CET423 Environmental Engg.
4. CET425 Machine Foundations
5. COT471 Fundamentals of Software Engg.
6. COT473 Fundamentals of Database Systems
7 COT475 Fundamentals of Computer Hardware Technologies
8. COT477 Artificial Intelligence
9. ET461 NonConventional Energy Sources
10. ET463 System Modeling and Control Only for C and M
11. ET465 Fault Tolerance and Reliability Engg.
12. ET467 Illumination Engg.
13. ET469 Microprocessors and Applications Only for C and M
14. ET431 Transducers and Applications Only for C and M
15. ECT431 eBusiness
16. ECT433 Radio and TV Engineering
17. ECT435 Acoustic Engineering
18. ECT437 Measurement Systems
19. ECT439 Basic Communications Engg.
20. MET429 Industrial Robotics
21. MET431 Cryogenic Engg.
22. MET433 Industrial Noise and Control
23. MET435 Computer graphics and product Design
24. MET437 Piping Engg.
25. MET439 Process Equipment Design
26. MET441 Industrial Engg. And Organization Not for M.
27. CHT463 Metals and Alloys
28. HuE461 Modern Trends in Management
29. HuE463 Industrial Social Responsibility
30. HuE467 Development and Planning in Indian Economy
31. HuE475 Advance Communication Skills in English
32. MaE467 Advanced MathematicsI
33. PhE465 Lasers
34. PhE467 Ultrasonics
LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVEII FOR VIII SEMESTER
Sr. Course No. Name of Subject Remarks
1. CET414 River mechanics & Flood Control
2. CET416 Geosynthetics Engg.
3. CET418 Introduction to Finite Element Method
4. CET420 Transport Planning
5. COT472 Fundamentals of Operating Systems
6. COT474 Fundamentals of Computer Networks
7. COT476 Object Oriented Software Engg.
8. COT478 Expert Systems
9. COT480 Security and Cryptography
10. ET462 Energy Management and Conservation ( All except E)
11. ET464 Robotic Dynamics and Control
12. ET466 Reliability Centered Maintenance
13. ET468 Process Instrumentation & Control
14. ET470 ANNs and Fuzzy logic
15. ET472 Control and Guidance
16. ET474 Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
17. ECT436 IC Fabrication Processes
18. ECT438 Opamp Applications
19. ECT440 Theory and Application of DSP
20. ECT442 Mobile Communication
21 MET428 NonConventional Energy Systems
22. MET430 Value Engg.
23. MET432 Pneumatics & Hydraulics Control
24. MET434 Material Handling
25. MET436 Computer Modeling & Software Engg.
26. MET438 Air Pollution and its Control
27. ChT464 Polymer Technology
28. HuE462 Entrepreneurship
29. Hue464 Human Resource Management
30. * *Intellectual Property Rights
31. MaE468 Advanced MathematicsII
32. PhE468 NonDestructive Testing
33. PhE470 Transducers & their Applications
(‘*’ Subject to the final approval of BOS AS & Hum.)
B.Tech (UG) Syllabus
CET201 
STRUCTURAL ANALYSISI 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of rigid body mechanics
Corse Outcome: After the completion of the course, students are able:
CO1 
To define and evaluate the different kinds of stresses and strains by analytical as well as graphical methods. 
CO2 
To study the buckling behavior of the axially and transversely loaded beamcolumns and its analyses. 
CO3 
To define and reason about fundamental structural concepts such as shear force, bending moment relations, functions. To draw Shear force and Bending Moment Diagrams for determinate beams. 
CO4 
To analysis the three hinge arches. 
CO5 
To evaluate deflections of different types of beams. 
CO6 
Determine the static indeterminacy and kinematic indeterminacy of trusses and to analyse the trusses by using methods of joints or method of sections. 
Detailed Syllabus:
 Analysis of stresses and strains:
Analysis of simple states of stresses and strains, elastic constraints, bending stresses, theory of simple bending, flexure formula, combined stresses in beams, shear stresses, Mohr's circle, Principle stresses and strains, torsion in shafts and closed thin walled sections, stresses and strains in cylindrical shells and spheres under internal pressure.
 Theory of Columns:
Slenderness ratio, end connections, short columns, Euler's critical buckling loads, eccentrically loaded short columns, cylinder columns subjected to axial and eccentric loading.
 Bending moment and shear force in determinate beams and frames:
Definitions and sign conventions, axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams.
 Three hinged arches:
Horizontal thrust, shear force and bending moment diagrams.
 Deflections in beams:
Introduction, slope and deflections in beams by differential equations, moment area method and conjugate beam method, unit load method, principle of virtual work, Maxwell's Law of Reciprocal Deflections, Williot’s Mohr diagram
 Analysis of statically determinate trusses:
Introduction, various types, stability, analysis of plane trusses by method of joints and method of sections, analysis of space trusses using tension coefficient method.
References:
 Strength of Materials PartI, S.Timoshenko, Affiliated EastWest Press, New .Delhi
 Mechanics of Materials, Popov Nagarjan & Lu, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
 Mechanics of Solids, Prasad, V. S. Gakgotia Pub., New Delhi.
 Elementary Structural Analysis, Jain, A. K., Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee.
 Elementary Struictural Analysis, Wibur & Nooris, McGraw Hill Book Co., Newyork.
 Structural Analysis, Bhavikatti,S.S.,Vikas Pub.House,N.Delhi.
 Timoshenko and Gere, Mechanics of Materials, CBS Publishers, New Delhi, 1996.
 S.B.Junarkar and H.J.Shah, Mechanics of Structures, Charotar Publishers, Anand, 1998.
 Beer and Johnston, Mechanics of Materials, McGraw Hill International Edition, 1995.
 E.P.Popov, Engineering Mechanics of Solids, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 1998.
CET203 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, MATERIALS & DRAWING 
CC 
3 
0 
2 
5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: None
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students will be:
CO1 
Able to identify the various building materials with symbols. 
CO2 
Able to identify the properties of building materials. 
CO3 
Made acquainted with the manufacturing process of basic construction materials. 
CO4 
Made acquainted with the masonry construction and finishes 
CO5 
Aware of building services, acoustics, DPC, etc. 
Syllabus:
A. CONSTRUCTION
1. Masonry Construction:
Introduction, various terms used, stone masonryDressing of stones, Classifications of stone masonry, safe permissible loads, Brick masonrybonds in brick work, laying brick work, structural brick workcavity and hollow walls, reinforced brick work, Defects in brick masonry, composite stone and brick masonry, glass block masonry.
2. Cavity and Partition Walls:
Advantages, position of cavity, types of nonbearing partitions, constructional details and precautions, construction of masonry cavity wall.
3. Foundation:
Functions, types of shallow foundations, subsurface investigations, geophysical methods, general feature of shallow foundation, foundations in water logged areas, design of masonry wall foundation, introduction to deep foundations i.e. pile and pier foundations.
4. DampProofing and WaterProofing:
Defects and causes of dampness, prevention of dampness, materials used, dampproofing treatment in buildings, water proofing treatment of roofs including pitched roofs.
5. Roofs and Floors:
Types of roofs, various terms used, roof trussesking post truss, queen post truss etc.
Floor structures, ground, basement and upper floors, various types of floorings.
6. Doors and Windows:
Locations, sizes, types of doors and windows, fixures and fastners for doors and windows.
7. Acoustics, Sound Insulation and Fire Protection:
Classification, measurement and transmission of sound, sound absorber, classification of absorbers, sound insulation of buildings, wall construction and accoustical design of auditorium, fireresisting properties of materials, fire resistant construction and fire protection requirements for buildings.
MATERIALS
1. Stones:
Classification, requirements of good structural stone, quarrying, blasting and sorting out of stones, dressing, sawing and polishing, prevention and seasoning of stone.
2. Brick and Tiles:
Classification of bricks, constituents of good brick earth, harmful ingredients, manufacturing of bricks, testing of bricks.
Tiles: Terracotta, manufacturing of tiles and terracotta, types of terracotta, uses of terracotta.
3. Limes, Cement and Mortars:
Classification of lime, manufacturing, artificial hydraulic lime, pozzolona, testing of lime, storage of lime, cements composition, types of cement, manufacturing of ordinary Portland cement, testing of cement, special types of cement, storage of cement.
Mortars: Definition, proportions of lime and cement mortars, mortars for masonry and plastering.
4. Timber:
Classification of timber, structure of timber, seasoning of timber, defects in timber, fire proofing of timber, plywood, fiberboard, masonite and its manufacturing, important Indian timbers.
5. Ferrous and NonFerrous Metals:
Definitions, manufacturing of cast iron, manufacturing of steel from pig iron, types of steel, marketable form of steel, manufacturing of aluminium and zinc.
6. Paints and Varnishes:
Basic constituents of paints, types of paints, painting of wood, constituents of varnishes, characteristics and types of varnishes.
 Plastic:
Definition, classification of plastics, composition and raw materials, manufacturing, characteristics and uses, polymerisation, classification, special varieties.
C. DRAWINGS
 Typical drawings of:
 Cavity Wall
 Bonds in brick work
 Grillage foundation
 Preparation of building drawing mentioning its salient featutres including the following details:
 Ground floor plan
 Two Sectional Elevations
 Front and Side Elevations
 Plan and Sectional Elevation of stair case, doors/ windows/ ventilators, floor and roof.
References:
 Building Construction, Sushil Kumar, Standard Pub., N. Delhi
 Building Material, Rangawala
 Construction Engineering, Y.S. Sane
 Building Construction, Gurcharan Singh, Standard Pub., N. Delhi.
 Civil engineering Materials and Construction Practices by R.K. GUPTA, Jain Brothers, (New Delhi).
 Civil engineering Materials by Tech. Teachers Training Institute, Tata Mc Graw Hill (1992).
CET205 
FLUID MECHANICSI 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites:  Knowledge of rigid body mechanics
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
CO1 
Solve numerical problems related to pressure measuring instruments, identifying and solving forces on submerged and floating bodies. 
CO2 
Use conservation of mass principle and its application in various engineering disciplines including its importance in civil engineering. 
CO3 
Apply fundamental to practical application of Bernoulli’s equation and principles in various disciplines including pressure variation study in atmospheric science. 
CO4 
Analyze momentum fluxes through a control volume and hence calculates forces in moving fluids. 
CO5 
Apply conservation laws for mass, momentum and mechanical energy in combination to control volumes in ideal fluids and hence calculate hydraulic and energy grade lines. 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Fluid properties, mass density, specific weight, specific volume and specific volume and specific gravity, surface tension, capillarity, pressure inside a droplet and bubble due to surface tension, compressibility viscosity, Newtonian and Nonnewtonian fluids, real and ideal fluids.
 Kinematics of Fluid Flow:
Stready & unsteady, uniform and nonuniform, laminar & turbulent flows, one, two & three dimensional. flows, stream lines, streak lines and path lines, continuity equation in differential form, rotation and circulation, elementary explanation of stream function and velocity potential, rotational and irrotational flows, graphical and experimental methods of drawing flownets.
 Fluid Statics:
Pressuredensityheight relationship, gauge and absolute pressure, simple differential and sensitive manometers, two liquid manometers, pressure on plane and curved surfaces, center of pressure, Buoyancy, stability of immersed and floating bodies, determination of metacentric height, fluid masses subjected to uniform acceleration, free and forced vortex.
 Dynamic of Fluid Flow:
Euler's equation of motion along a streamline and its integration, limitation of Bernouli's equation, Pitot tubes, venturimeter, Orficemeter, flow through orifices & mouth pieces, sharp crested weirs and notches, aeration of nappe.
 Boundary layer analysis:
Boundary layer thickness, boundary layer over a flat plate, laminar boundary layer, turbulent boundary layer, laminar sublayer, smooth and rough boundaries, local and average friction coefficient, separation and its control.
 Dimensional Analysis and Hydraulic Similude:
Dimensional analysis, Buckinghum theorem, important dimensionless numbers and their significance, geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity, model studies, physical modeling, similar and distorted models.
References:
 Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanic by P.N.Modi & S.M.Seth
 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by Robert W.Fox & Alan T.McDonald
 Fluid Mechanics Through Problems by R.J.Garde
 Engineering Fluid Mechanics by R.J.Garde & A.G.Mirajgaoker
CET207 
SURVEYINGI 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: None
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students will be able to:
CO1 
Understand the use of three basic surveying tools: the tape, the level, and the compass. 
CO2 
Apply geometric and trigonometric principles to basic surveying calculations. 
CO3 
Efficient in keeping accurate, legible and complete notes in a wellprepared field book. 
CO4 
Understand field procedures in the basic types of surveys, and the responsibilities of a surveying team. 
CO5 
Acquire an awareness of the limitations of the basic surveying instruments and the possible errors that could arise. 
CO6 
Understand the different methods of calculation of areas and volumes of an irregular boundaries. 
CO7 
Understand the different methods of calculation of heights and distances using angular measurements. 
CO8 
Set out the curve by linear and angular methods with proper office and field work. 
Syllabus:
 Fundamental Principles of Surveying:
Definition, objects, classification, fundamental principles, methods of fixing stations.
 Measurement of distances:
Direct measurement, instruments for measuring distance, instruments for making stations, chaining of line, errors in chaining, tape corrections examples.
 Compass and Chain Traversing:
Methods of traversing, instruments for measurement of anglesprismatic and surveyor's compass, bearing of lines, local attraction, examples.
 Leveling:
Definition of terms used in leveling, types of levels and staff, temporary adjustment of levels, principles of leveling, reduction of levels, booking of staff readings, examples, contouring, characteristics of contours lines, locating contours, interpolation of contours.
 Theodolite and Theodolite Traversing:
Theodolites, temporary adjustment of theodolite, measurement of angles, repetition and reiteration method, traverse surveying with theodolite, checks in traversing, adjustment of closed traverse, examples.
 Plane Table Surveying:
Plane table, methods of plane table surveying, radiation, intersection, traversing and resection, two point and three point problems.
 Tacheometry:
Uses of tacheometry, principle of tacheometric surveying, instruments used in tacheometry, systems of tacheometric surveyingstadia system fixed hair method, determination of tacheometric constants, tangential systems, examples.
 Curves:
Classification of curves, elements of simple circular curve, location of tangent pointschain and tape methods, instrumental methods, examples of simple curves. Transition CurvesLength and types of transition curves, length of combined curve, examples. Vertical Curves: Necessity and types of vertical curves.
References:
 Surveying Vol.I by B.C.Punmia
 Surveying Vol.I by T.P.Kanitkar
 Chandra A. M., Higher Surveying, New Age International Publishers, 2007.
 Chandra A. M., Plane Surveying, New Age International Publ., 2007.
 Charles D Ghilani, Paul R Wolf., Elementary Surveying, Prentice Hall, 2012.
CET209 
ENGINEERING GEOLOGY 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: None
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the interior structure of the earth and seismological evidences. 
CO2 
Identify various landforms which are created by geological agents like wind, river, glaciers, volcanoes and earthquake. 
CO3 
Recognize various types of minerals with physical properties, rocks with their textures, structures and origin. Also use of common building stones. 
CO4 
Understand geological structure like folds, faults, joints, unconformity etc. knowledge of which is very essential in the design and construction of dams, tunnels etc. 
CO5 
Understand surface and subsurface strata, the sources and zones of ground water. 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Definition, object, scope and sub division of geology, geology around us. The interior of the earth. Importance of geology in Civil Engineering projects.
 Physical Geology:
The external and internal geological forces causing changes, weathering and erosion of the surface of the earth. Geological work of ice, water and winds. Soil profile and its importance. Earthquakes and volcanoes.
 Mineralogy and Petrology:
Definition and mineral and rocks. Classification of important rock forming minerals, simple description based on physical properties of minerals. Rocks of earth surface, classification of rocks. Mineral composition, Textures, structure and origin of Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic rocks. Aims and principles of stratigraphy. Standard geological/stratigraphical time scale with its sub division and a short description based on engineering uses of formation of India.
4. Structural Geology:
Forms and structures of rocks. Bedding plane and outcrops, Dip and Strike. Elementary ideas about fold, fault, joint and unconformity and recognition on outcrops. Importance of geological structures in Civil Engineering projects.
 Applied Geology:
Hydrogeology, water table, springs and Artesian well, aquifers, ground water in engineering projects. Artificial recharge of ground water, Elementary ideas of geological investigations. Remote sensing techniques for geological and hydrological survey and investigation. Uses of geological maps and interpretation of data, geological reports.
 Suitability and stability of foundation sites and abutments:
Geological condition and their influence on the selection, location, type and design of dams, reservoirs, tunnels, highways, bridges etc. Landslides and Hillslope stability.
 Improvement of foundation rocks:
Precaution and treatment against faults, joints and ground water, retaining walls and other precautions.
 Geology and environment of earth.
References:
 A Text Book of Geology by P.K.Mukherjee
 Physical and General Geology by S.K.Garg
 Engineering and General Geology by Prabin Singh
 Introduction of Physical Geology by A.Holmes.
MAT201 
ENGINEERING GEOLOGY 
BSC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of MathematicsI and MathematicsII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Use the finite difference method, different interpolation methods for getting the solution for the engineering problems 
CO2 
Apply principles of vector differential and integral calculus to the analysis of engineering problems. 
CO3 
Use matrix algebra with its specific rules to solve the system of linear equations and getting the solution for the differential equations 
CO4 
Understand and apply the concept of probability distribution and sampling theory to engineering problems. 
CO5 
Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. 
Syllabus:
PartA:
FINITE DIFFERENCES AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
1. Finite Differences:
Finite differences, Difference operators, Newton's forward and backward interpolation formulae, Bessel’s formula and Stirling’s formula, Lagrange’s interpolation formula for unequal intervals, Numerical differentiation. Numerical Integration: Newtoncote’s quadrature formula (Trapezoidal rule, Simpason’s 1/3 and 3/8 rule), Gaussian quadrature formula.
2. Difference Equations:
Formation of difference equations, solution of linear difference quations.
PartB:
NUMERICAL METHODS WITH PROGRAMMING
1. Numerical Solution of algebraic and transcendental Equations:
Bisection method, RcgulaFaIsi method, Newton Raphson method. Secant
method.
2. Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equations:
Gauss elimination method, GaussJordan method, Crouts triangularisation method, Jacobi’s iteration method, Gaussseidal iteration method.
3. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations:
Picard’s method, Ruler’s method, RungeKutta method, Milne’s predictor
corrector method, AdamsBashforth method.
PartC
1. Statistical Methods:
Method of Least Square and curve fitting, Correlation, Coefficient of Correlation, Rank correlation Regression and lines of Regression, Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution and Normal distribution with their properties and applications.
2. Operational Research:
Linear programming problems formulation. Solving linear programming problems using i) Graphical mejthods ii) Simplex method iii) Dual Simplex method.
Note to Paper Setter:
Set 9 questions in all, 3 from each part. Candidates have to attempt 5 questions selecting, atleast 1 question from each part.
References:
 Numerical Methods for Engineers : Steven C. Chapra
 Numerical Mathematical Analysis : James B. Scarborough
 Mathematical Analysis in Engineering : Chang C. Mei
 Statistical Theory with Engineering Application : A. Hald
 Mathematical Statistics : C. E. Weatherburn
 Operational Research : H. A. Taha
 Higher Engineering Mathematics : B. S. Grewal
CET211 
STRUCTURAL MECHANICSI (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Verification of reciprocal theorem and moment area theorem 
CO2 
Analysis of truss and curved members 
CO3 
Analysis of three hinge arches 
CO4 
Determine elastic properties of beam and analysis of struts 
CO5 
Tension test for steel and compression test for concrete 
Syllabus:
 Verification of reciprocal theorem of deflection using a simply supported beam.
 Verification of moment area theorem for slopes and deflections of the beam.
 Deflections of a truss horizontal deflections & vertical deflections of various joints of a pin jointed truss.
 Elastic displacements (vertical & horizontal) of curved members.
 Experimental and analytical study of 3 hinged arch and influence line for horizontal thrust.
 Experimental and analytical study of behaviour of struts with various end conditions.
 To determine elastic properties of a beam.
 Uniaxial tension test for steel (plain & deformed bars)
 Uniaxial compression test on concrete & bricks specimens.
CET213 
FLUID MECHANICSI (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Fluid MechanicsI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Apply dimensional analysis for design of experimental procedures 
CO2 
Calibrate flow measuring devices used in pipes, channels and tanks 
CO3 
Determine fluid and flow properties 
CO4 
Characterize laminar and turbulent flows 
Syllabus:
 To determine metacentric height of the ship model.
 To verify the Bernoulli's theorem.
 To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orificemeter.
 To determine coefficient of discharge of a venturimeter.
 To determine the various hydraulic coefficients of an Orifice (Cd,Cc,Cv).
 To determine coefficient of discharge for an Orifice under variable head.
 To calibrate a given notch.
 To determine coefficient of discharge for a mouth piece.
 Drawing of a flownet by Viscous Analogy Model and Sand Box Model.
 To study development of boundary layer over a flat plate.
 To study velocity distribution in a rectangular open channel.
 Velocity measurements by current meter, float, double float (demonstration only).
 Experiment on Vortex formation (demonstration only).
CET215 
SURVEYING I (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
3 
1.5 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of SurveyingI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Conduct survey and collect field data 
CO2 
Prepare field notes from survey data 
CO3 
Interpret survey data and compute areas and volumes 
Syllabus:
 Chain surveying: Chaining and chain traversing.
 Compass traversing.
 Plane tabling: methods of plane table surveying, two point & three point problems.
 Leveling: Profile leveling and plotting of longitudinal section and cross sections.y leveling. Permanent adjustment of level.
 Reciprocal leveling.
 Contouring and preparation contour map.
 Use of tangent clinometer.
CET202 
STRUCTURAL ANALYSISII 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
To understand the concept of static and kinematic indeterminacy (degrees of freedom) of the structures such as beams & rigid pin jointed frames. 
CO2 
To understand the concepts/ broad methods, submethods involved in the analysis of indeterminate structures. 
CO3 
To apply these methods for analyzing the indeterminate structures to evaluate the response of such structures in the form of bending moment, shear force, axial force etc. 
CO4 
To study the analyses of two hinged arches. 
CO5 
Analyse the cable bridges, suspension bridges and two hinged stiffening Girder 
Syllabus:
 Statically Indeterminate Structures:
Introduction, Static and Kinematic Indeterminacies, Castigliano's theorems, Strain energy method, Analysis of frames with one or two redundant members using Castigliano's 2nd theorem.
 Slope deflection and moment Distribution Methods:
Analysis of continuous beams & portal frames, Portal frames with inclined members.
 Column Analogy Method:
Elastic centre, Properties of analogous column, Applications to beam & frames.
 Analysis of Two hinged Arches:
Parabolic and circular Arches, Bending Moment Diagram for various lodings, Temperature effects, Rib shortening, Axial thrust and Radial Shear force diagrams.
 Unsymmetrical Bending
Introduction Centroidal principal axes of sections, Bending stresses in beam subjected to unsymmetrical bending, shear centre, shear centre for channel, Angles and Z sections.
 Cable and suspension Bridges:
Introduction, uniformly loaded cables, Temperature stresses, three hinged stiffening Girder and two hinged stiffening Girder.
References:
 Statically Indeterminate Structures, C.K. Wang, McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.
 Advanced Structural Analysis, A.K. Jain, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee.
 Indeterminate Structures, R.L. Jindal, S. Chand & Co., New Delhi.
 Theory of Structures, Vol. I, S.P. Gupta & G.S.Pandit, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
CET204 
DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURESI 
CC 
4 
0 
2 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Design Tension Members, Lug Angles and Splices. 
CO2 
Design Compression Members, BuiltUp Compression Members. 
CO3 

CO4 
Design Plate Girders and Gantry Girders. 
CO5 
Design Roof trusses, Purlin, joints and end bearings of Steel Structures. 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Properties of structural steel. I.S.Rolled sections and I.S. specification.
 Connections:
Importance, various types of connections, simple and moment resistant, riveted, bolted and welded connections.
 Design of Tension Members:
Introduction, types of tension members, net sectional areas, design of tension members, lug angles and splices.
 Design of Compression Members:
Introduction, effective length and slenderness ratio, various types of sections used for columns, built up columns, necessity, design of built up columns, laced and battened columns including the design of lacing and battens, design of eccentrically loaded compression members.
 Column Bases and Footings:
Introduction, types of column bases, design of slab base and gussested base, design of gussested base subjected to eccentrically loading, design of grillage foundations.
 Design of Beams:
Introduction, types of sections, general design criteria for beams, design of laterally supported and unsupported beams, design of built up beams, web buckling, web crippling and diagonal buckling.
 Gantry Girders:
Introduction, various loads, specifications, design of gantry girder.
 Plate Girder:
Introduction, elements of plate girder, design steps of a plate girder, necessity of stiffeners in plate girder, various types of stiffeners, web and flange splices (brief introduction), Curtailment of flange plates, design beam to column connections: Introduction, design of framed and seat connection.
DRAWINGS:
 Structural drawings of various types of welded connections (simple and eccentric)
 Beam to column connections (framed & seat connections)
 Column bases slab base, gussested base and grillage foundation.
 Plate girder.
 Roof truss.
References:
 Design of steel structures, A.S.Arya & J.L.Ajmani, Nem chand & Bros., Roorkee.
 Design of steel structures, M.Raghupati, TMH Pub., New Delhi.
 Design of steel structures, S.M.A.Kazmi & S.K.Jindal, Prentice Hall, New Delhi.
 Design of steel structures, S.K.Duggal, TMH Pub., New Delhi.
 Design of Steel Structures – Duggal.
 Design of Steel structures – Bhavikatti S S.
 IS8002007.
CET206 
FLUID MECHANICSII 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Fluid MechanicsI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Concept of Types of flows, Type of channels, Velocity distribution, and Energy and momentum correction factors, Chezy’s, Manning’s and Bazin formulae for uniform flow. 
CO2 
The analysis of Specific energy, critical depth, computation of critical depth, critical subcritical and super critical flows can be understood. 
CO3 
Non uniform flowDynamic equation for G.V.F., Mild, Critical, Steep, horizontal and adverse slopes, surface profiles, direct step method can be learnt. 
CO4 
Layout of a typical Hydropower installation, Heads and efficiencies can be solved and implemented real time problems. 
CO5 
Concept of classification of turbines Pelton wheel, Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine working, working proportions can be studied. 
CO6 
The formulation of velocity triangles at inlet and outlet, expressions for work done and efficiency, Angular momentum principle, Applications to radial flow turbines. 
Syllabus:
 Laminar Flow:
Navier Stoke's equation, Laminar flow between parallel plates, Couette flow, laminar flow through pipesHagen Poiseuille law, laminar flow around a sphereStokes'law.
 Flow through pipes:
Types of flowsReynold's experiment, shear stress on turbulent flow, boundary layer in pipesEstablishment of flow, velocity distribution for turbulent flow in smooth and rough pipes, resistance to flow of fluid in smooth and rough pipes, Stanton and Moody's diagram. Darcy's weisbach equation, other energy losses in pipes, loss due to sudden expansion, hydraulic gradient and total energy lines, pipes in series and in parallel, equivalent pipe, branched pipe, pipe networks, Hardy Cross method, water hammer.
 Drag and Lift:
 Types of drag, drag on a sphere, flat plate, cylinder and airfoil, development of lift on immersed bodies like circular cylinder and airfoil.
 Open Channel Flow:
Type of flow in open channels, geometric parameters of channel section, uniform flow, most economical section (rectangular and trapezoidal), specific energy and critical depth, momentum in open channel, specific force, critical flow in rectangular channel, applications of specific energy and discharge diagrams to channel transition, metering flumes, hydraulic jump in rectangular channel, surges in open channels, positive and negative surges, gradually varied flow equation and its integration, surface profiles.
 Compressible flow:
Basic relationship of thermodynamics continuity, momentum and energy equations, propagation of elastic waves due to compression of fluid, Mach number and its significance, subsonic and supersonic flows, propagation of elastic wave due to disturbance in fluid mach cone, stagnation pressure.
 Pumps and Turbines:
Reciprocating pumps, their types, work done by single and double acting pumps. Centrifugal pumps, components and parts and working, types, heads of a pumpstatics and manometric heads,. Force executed by fluid jet on stationary and moving flat vanes., Turbinesclassifications of turbines based on head and specific speed, component and working of Pelton wheel and Francis turbines, cavitation and setting of turbines.
References:
 Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics by P.N.Modi and S.M.Seth
 Flow in Open Channels by S.Subraminayam
 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by Robert N.Fox & Alan T.Macnold
 Chow V.T. Open Channel Hydraulics, Blackburn Press , 2009.
 Franck M White, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2011.
 Robert W. Fox Ogukuo H. Orutcgardm Alan T. Mc Donald, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, Student Edition 7th Wiley India Edition, 2011.
CET208 
SOIL MECHANICS 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Able to understanding the formation and structure of soils. 
CO2 
Able to understanding the index properties of soil 
CO3 
Able to understanding the permeability of soils and factors affecting permeability 
CO4 
Able to understanding the concept of seepage 
CO5 
Able to understanding Mechanism of compaction, factors affecting, and effects of compaction on soil properties 
CO6 
Able to understanding the knowledge of consolidation of soils 
CO7 
Able to understanding stress distribution in soils for point loads and areas of different shapes 
CO8 
Able to understanding the shear strength of soils and shear strength of sands 
Syllabus:
1. Soil Formation and Composition
Introduction, soil and rock, Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, origin of soils, weathering, soil formation, major soil deposits of India, particle size, particle shape, interparticle forces, soil structure, principal clay minerals.
2. Basic Soil Properties
Introduction, three phase system, weightvolume relationships, soil grain properties, soil aggregate properties, grain size analysis, sieve analysis, sedimentation analysis, grain size distribution curves, consistency of soils, consistency limits and their determination, activity of clays, relative density of sands.
3. Classification of soils
Purpose of classification, classification on the basis of grain size, classification on the basis of plasticity, plasticity chart, Indian Standard Classification System.
4. Permeability of Soils
Introduction, Darcy's law and its validity, discharge velocity and seepage velocity, factors affecting permeability, laboratory determination of coefficient of permeability, determination of field permeability, permeability of stratified deposits.
5. Effective Stress Concept
Principle of effective stress, effective stress under hydrostatic conditions, capillary rise in soils, effective stress in the zone of capillary rise, effective stress under steady state hydrodynamic conditions, seepage force, quick condition, critical hydraulic gradient, two dimensional flow, Laplace's equation, properties and utilities of flownet, graphical method of construction of flownets, piping, protective filter.
6. Compaction
Introduction, role of moisture and compactive effect in compaction, laboratory determination of optimum moisture content, moisture density relationship, compaction in field, compaction of cohesionless soils, moderately cohesive soils and clays, field control of compaction.
7. Vertical Stress Below Applied Loads
Introduction, Boussinesq's equation, vertical stress distribution diagrams, vertical stress beneath loaded areas, Newmark's influence chart, approximate stress distribution methods for loaded areas, Westergaard's analysis, contact pressure.
8. Compressibility and Consolidation
Introduction, components of total settlement, consolidation process, onedimensional consolidation test, typical void ratiopressure relationships for sands and clays, normally consolidated and over consolidated clays, Casagrande's graphical method of estimating preconsolidation pressure, Terzaghi's theory of onedimensional primary consolidation, determination of coefficients of consolidation, consolidation settlement, Construction period settlement, secondary consolidation.
9. Shear Strength
Introduction, Mohr stress circle, MohrCoulomb failurecriterion, relationship between principal stresses at failure, shear tests, direct shear test, unconfined compression test, triaxial compression tests, drainage conditions and strength parameters, Vane shear test, shear strength characteristics of sands, normally consolidated clays, overconsolidated clays and partially saturated soils, sensitivity and thixotropy.
10. Earth Pressure
Introduction, earth pressure at rest, Rankine's active & passive states of plastic equilibrium, Rankine's earth pressure theory, Coulomb's earth pressure theory, Culmann's graphical construction, Rebhann's construction.
References:
 Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan, ASR Rao, New Age Intetrnational(P)Ltd.Pub.N.Delhi.
 Soil Engg. in Theory and Practice, Vol .I, Fundamentals and General Principles by Alam Singh, CBS Pub.,N.Delhi.
 Engg.Properties of Soils by S.K.Gulati, TataMcgraw Hill,N.Delhi.
 Geotechnical Engg. by P.Purshotam Raj,Tata Mcgraw Hill.
 Principles of Geotechnical Engineering by B.M.Das,PWS KENT, Boston.
CET210 
SURVEYING –II 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of SurveyingI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the levelling operation in geodetic surveying. 
CO2 
Understand the use of plane and geodetic coordinate geometry programs. 
CO3 
Able to apply the fundamentals of the triangulation survey. 
CO4 
Understand vertical photogrammetric equations in estimation of accuracies. 
CO5 
Understand ground control requirements of different photogrammetric products. 
CO6 
Understand production and use of image based products. 
Syllabus:
 Trigonometrical Levelling:
Introduction, height and distancesbase of the object accessible, base of object inaccessible, geodetical observation, refraction and curvature, axis signal correction, difference in elevation between two points.
 Triangulation:
Triangulation systems, classification, strength of figure, selection of triangulation stations, grade of triangulation, field work of triangulation, triangulatio copmputations, introduction to E.D.M. instruments..
 Survey Adjustment and Treatment of Observations:
Definite weight of an observation, most probable values, type of error, principle of least squares, adjustment of triangulation figures by method of least squares.
 Astronomy:
Definitions of astronomical terms, star at elongation, star at prime vertical star at horizon, star at culmination, celestial coordinate systems, Napier's rule of circular parts, various time systems:sidereal, apparent, solar and mean solar time, equation of timeits cause, effect,determination of longitude,interconversion of time, determination of time, azimuth and latitude byastronomical observations.
 Elements of Photogrammetry:
Introduction:types of photographs, Terrestrial and aerial photographs awerial camera and height displacements in vertical photographs, stereoscopic vision and stereoscopies, height determination from parallax measurement, flight planning, plotting by radiline method, principle of photo interpretation and photogrammetric monitoring in Civil Enginmeeriing.
 Introduction of remote sensing and its systems:
Concept of G.I.S and G.P.SBasic Components, data input, storage & output.
References:
 Borden D. Dent, Jeffrey Troguson, Thomas W. Hodler, Cartography: Thematic Map Design, McGrawHill Higher Education, 2008.
 Gopi, Advanced Surveying: Total Station, GIS and Remote Sensing, Pearson Education India, 2007.
 Hoffman.B, H.Lichtenegga and J.Collins, Global Positioning System  Theory and Practice, Springer Verlag Publishers, 2001.
 Punmia B. C, Ashok K. Jain, Arun K. Jain, Higher Surveying, Laxmi Publications, 2005.
CET212 
FLUID MECHANICSII (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Fluid MechanicsII
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
CO1 
Compute drag coefficients 
CO2 
Test the performance of pumps and turbines 
CO3 
Determine Manning’s and Chezy’s coefficients for smooth and rough channels 
CO4 
Determine Energy loss in Hydraulic jump and Calibrate standing wave flume 
Syllabus:
 To determine the coefficient of drag by Stoke's law for spherical bodies.
 To study the phenomenon of cavitation in pipe flow.
 To determine the critical Reynold's number for flow through commercial pipes.
 To determine the coefficient of discharge for flow over a broad crested weir.
 To study the characteristics of a hydraulic jump on a horizontal floor and sloping glacis including friction blocks.
 To study the scouring phenomenon around a bridge pier model.
 To study the scouring phenomenon for flow past a spur.
 To determine the characteristics of a centrifugal pump.
 To study the momentum characteristics of a given jet.
 To determine head loss due to various pipe fittings.
CET214 
SOIL MECHANICS (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Soil Mechanics
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
CO1 
Determine index properties of soils 
CO2 
Classify soils 
CO3 
Determine engineering properties of soils 
Syllabus:
 Visual Soil Classification and water content determination.
 Determination of specific gravity of soil solids.
 Grain size analysissieve analysis.
 Liquid limit and plastic limit determination.
 Field density by:
 Sand replacement method
 Core cutter method
 Proctor's compaction test.
 Coefficient of permeability of soils.
 Unconfined compressive strength test.
 Direct shear test on granular soil sample.
 Unconsolidated undrained (UU) triaxial shear test of fine grained soil sample.
CET216 
SURVEYINGII (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of SurveyingII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Use theodilitefor measurement of angles 
CO2 
Set the curves on the ground using different methods 
CO3 
Complete the large area surveying 
Syllabus:
Theodilite:
Study of theodolite, measurement of horizontal angle, measurement of vertical angle, Permanent adjustment.
 Tacheometry:
Tacheometric constants, calculating horizontal distance and elevations with the help of tacheometer.
 Curves:
Setting of simple circular curves by off set method, off set from chord produced, off set from long chord and by deflection angle method.
 Triangulation:
An exercise of triangulation including base line measurement.
CET218 
ENGINEERING GEOLOGY(P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand weathering process and mass movement 
CO2 
Distinguish geological formations 
CO3 
Identify geological structures and processes for rock mass quality 
CO4 
Identify subsurface information and groundwater potential sites through geophysical investigations 
CO5 
Apply geological principles for mitigation of natural hazards and select sites for dams and tunnels 
Syllabus:
 Study of Physical Properties of Minerals.
 Identification of Rock forming silicate and ore minerals.
 Recognition of rocks.
 Use of Clinometer compass and Brunton compass for measurement dip and strike of formations.
 Drawing of geological crossselections and study of geological maps.
Study of models of geological structure and outcrops patterns of different types of rocks and land forms.
CET301 
STRUCTURAL ANALYSISIII 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural Analysisi and Structural AnalysisII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the responses of the structures under rolling loading 
CO2 
Understand influence lines and be able to apply influence lines to determine maximum values of internal forces and reactions for structures under moving load. 
CO3 
Understand the behaviour of fixed arches. 
CO4 
Analyze the nonsway and sway frames using Kanni’s method 
CO5 
Analyze the framed structures using approximate methods of analysis. 
CO6 
Understand the concept of matrix methods and be able to apply it for analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate Structures. 
Syllabus:
 Rolling Loads:
Introduction, Single concentrated load, uniformly distributed load longer than span, shorter than span , two point loads, several point loads, Max.B.M. and S.F.Absolute, Max.B.M.
 Influence lines:
Introduction, influence lines for three hinged and two hinged arches, load position for Max.S.F. and B.M. at a section in the span.
 Fixed Arches:
Expression for H and B.M. at a section, Elastic centre.
 Influence Line for statically indeterminate Beams:
MullerBreslau Principle, I.L. for B.M. & S.F. for continuous Beams.
 Kani's Method:
Analysis of continuous beams and simple frames, analysis of frames with different column lengths and end conditions of the bottom storey.
 Approximate Analysis of frames:
(I) for vertical loads, (ii) for lateral loads by Portal method & Cantilever method.
 Matrix Methods
Introduction, Stiffness Coefficients, Flexibility Coefficients, Development of flexibility & stiffness matrices for plane frame, Global axis and local axis, analysis of plane frame, pin jointed and rigid jointed.
References:
1. Indeterminate structures, R.L.Jindal S.Chand & Co.,N.Delhi.Advanced Structural AnalysisA.K.Jain, NemChand & Bros.,Roorkee.
2. Structural AnalysisA Unified Approach, D.S.Prakash Rao,, University Press, Hyderabad.
3.Structural AnalysisA unified classical & Matrix Approach, A.Ghali & A.M.Neville,Chapman & Hall London.
4. Theory of Strucutres, Vol. I&II, S.P.Gupta & G.S.Pandit, Tata McGraw Hill, N.Delhi.
CET303 
DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURESI 
CC 
4 
2 
0 
5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural Analysis
Course Assessment: Continuous assessment (through assignments/Midsemester Evaluation), End semester Examination.
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Know various design philosophies for Structural Design 
CO2 
Design a Beam structure 
CO3 
Design one way and two way slabs 
CO4 
Know various design considerations for design of column and footing 
CO5 
Design the retaining wall 
Syllabus:
 Elementary treatment of concrete technology:
Physical requirements of cement, aggregate, admixture and reinforcement, Strength and durability, shrinkage and creep. Design of concrete mixes, Acceptability criterion, I.S.Specifications,
 Design Philosophies in Reinforced Concrete:
Working stress and limit state methods, Limit state v/s working stress method, Building code, Normal distribution curve, characteristic strength and characteristics loads, design values, Partial safety factors and factored loads, stress strain relationship for concrete and steel.
 Working Stress Method:
Basic assumptions, permissible stresses in concrete and steel, design of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular and flanged beams in flexure, steel beam theory, inverted flanged beams, design examples.
 Limit State Method:
Basic assumptions, Analysis and design of singly and doubly reinforced rectangular flanged beams, minimum and maximum reinforcement requirement, design examples.
 Analysis and Design of Sections in shear bond and torsion:
Diagonal tension, shear reinforcement, development length, Anchorage and flexural bond, Torsional, stiffness, equivalent shear, Torsional reinforcement, Design examples.
 Concrete Reinforcement and Detailing:
Requirements of good detailing cover to reinforcement, spacing of reinforcement, reinforcement splicing, Anchoring reinforcing bars in flexure and shear, curtailment of reinforcement.
 Serviceability Limit State:
Control of deflection, cracking, slenderness and vibrations, deflection and moment relationship for limiting values of span to depth, limit state of crack width, Design examples.
 One way and Two Ways Slabs:
General considerations, Design of one way and two ways slabs for distributed and concentrated loads, Nonrectangular slabs, openings in slabs, Design examples.
 Columns and Footings:
Effective length, Minimum eccentricity, short columns under axial compression, Uniaxial and biaxial bending, slender columns, Isolated and wall footings, Design examples.
 Retaining Walls:
Classification, Forces on retaining walls, design criteria, stability requirements, Proportioning of cantilever retaining walls, counterfort retaining walls, criteria for design of counteforts, design examples.
References:
 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures,P.Dayaratnam,Oxford & IBH Pub.,N.Delhi.
 Reinforced ConcreteLimit State Design, A.K.Jain, Nem Chand & Bros.,Roorkee.
 Reinforced Concrete, I.C.Syal & A,K,Goel, A.H,Wheeler & Co.Delhi.
 Reinforced Concrfete Design, S.N.Sinha, TMH Pub.,N.Delhi.
 SP16(S&T)1980, 'Design Aids for Reinforced Concrete to IS:456, BIS, N.Delhi.
 SP34(S&T)1987 'Handbook on Concrete Reinforcement and Detailing', BIS, N.Delhi.
CET305 
HYDROLOGY 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Fluid Mechanics
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Analyse hydrometeorological data 
CO2 
Estimate abstractions from precipitation 
CO3 
Compute yield from surface and subsurface basin 
CO4 
Develop rainfallrunoff models 
CO5 
Formulate and solve hydrologic flood routing models 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Hydrologic cycle, scope and application of hydrology to engineering problems, drainage basins and its characteristics, stream geometry, hypsometric curves.
 Precipitation:
Forms and types of precipitation, characteristics of precipitation in India, measurement of preciptation, recording and non recording raingages, raingage station, raingage network, estimation of missing data, presentation of rainfall data, mean precipitation, depth area duration relationship, frequency of point rainfall, intensity duration frequency curves, probable max. precipitation.
 Evaporation & Transpiration:
Process, evaporimeters and empirical relationships, analytical method, reservoir evaporation and methods of its control, transpiration, evapotranspiration and its measurement, Penman's equation and potential evapotranspiration.
 Infiltration:
Infiltration process, initial loss, infiltration capacity and measurement of infiltration, infiltration indices.
 Runoff:
Factor affecting runoff, estimation of runoff, rainfallrun off relationships, measurement of stagestaff gauge, wire gauge, automatic stage recorder and stage hydrograph, measurement of velocitycurrent meters, floats, area velocity method, moving boat and slope area method, electromagnetic, ultrasonic and dilution methods of stream flow measurement, stage discharge relationship.
 Hydrograph:
Discharge hydrograph, components and factors affecting shape of hydrograph, effective rainfall, unit hydrograph and its derivation, unit hydrograph of different durations, use and limitations of UH, triangular UH, Snyder's synthetic UH, floods, rational methods, empirical formulae, UH method, flood frequency methods, Gumbel's method, graphical method, design flood.
 Ground Water:
Occurrence, types of aquifers, compressibility of aquifers, water table and its effects on fluctuations , wells and springs, movement of ground water, Darcy's law, permeability and its determination, porosity, specific yield and specific retention, storage coefficient, transmissibility.
 Well Hydraulics:
Steady state flow to wells in unconfined and confined aquifers.
References:
 Engineering Hydrology by K.Subramanya.
 Hydrology by H.M.Raghunath.
 Hydrology for Engineers by Linsely, Kohler, Paulhus.
 Elementary Hydrology by V.P.Singh.
CET307 
GEOTECHNOLOGYI 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology and Soil Mechanics
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Characterise and classify soils 
CO2 
Identify shear strength parameters for field conditions 
CO3 
Compute and analyze the consolidation settlements 
CO4 
Understand the principles of compaction and its control 
Syllabus:
 SubSurface Exploration
Purpose, stages in soil exploration, depth and lateral extent of exploration, guidelines for various types of structures, ground water observations, excavation and boring methods, soil sampling and disturbance, major types of samplers, sounding methodsSCPT, DCPT, SPT and interpretation, geophysical methods, pressuremeter test, exploration logs.
 Drainage & Dewatering
Introduction, ditches and sumps, well point systems, shallow well system, deep well drainage, vacuum method, Electroosmosis, consolidation by sand piles.
 Shallow FoundationsI
Design criteria for structural safety of foundation( i ) location of footing,(ii) shear failure criterion, (iii) settlement criterion, ultimate bearing capacity, modes of shear failure, Rankine's analysis Tergazi's theory, Skempton's formula, effect of fluctuation of G.W.T. , effect of eccentricity on bearing capacity, inclined load, I.S Code recommendations, factors affecting bearing capacity, methods of improving bearing capacity.
 Shallow FoundationsII
Various causes of settlement of foundation, allowable bearing pressure based on settlement, settlement calculation, elastic and consolidation settlement, allowable settlement according to I.S.Code. Plate load test and its interpretation, bearing capacity from penetration tests, design bearing capacity.
 Shallow FoundationsIII
Situation suitable for the shallow foundations, types of shallow foundations and their relative merits, depth of foundation, footing on slopes, uplift of footings, conventional procedure of proportioning of footings, combined footings, raft foundations, bearing capacity of raft in sands and clays, various methods of designing rafts, floating foundations.
 Pile FoundationsI
Introduction, necessity of pile foundations, classification of piles, load capacity, static analysis, analysis of pile capacity in sands and clays, dynamic analysis, pile load tests, negative skin friction, batter piles, lateral load capacity, uplift capacity of single pile, underreamed pile.
 Pile FoundationsII
Group action in piles, pile spacing, pile group capacity, stress on lower strata, settlement analysis, design of pile caps, negative skin friction of pile group, uplift resistance of pile group, lateral resistance, batter pile group.
 Drilled Piers and Caisson Foundations
Drilled pierstypes, uses, bearing capacity, settlement, construction procedure.
CaissonsTypes, bearing capacity and settlement, construction procedure.
well foundationsshapes, depth of well foundations, components, factors affecting well foundation design lateral stability, construction procedure, sinking of wells, rectification of tilts and shifts, recommended values of tilts & shifts as per I.S.3955.
References:
 Basic And Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan & ASR Rao. New Age Int.(P)Ltd..
 Analysis and Design of SubStructures by Swamisaran, IBH & Oxford.
 Principles of Foundation Enginering By B.M.das, PWS Kent, Boston.
 Foundation Analysis & Design by J.E.Bowles, McGraw Hills.
 Design Aids in Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by S.R.Kaniraj, McGraw Hills.
 Foundation Design by Teng, Prentice Hall, India.
CET309 
WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Hydrology and Irrigation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Estimate water demand; 
CO2 
Determine the quality of water; 
CO3 
Select and design appropriate water treatment unit processes; 
CO4 
Calculate design specifications for unit processes to remediate water of a particular quality to a particular standard; 
CO5 
Design the water distribution system. 
Syllabus:
1 Water Quantity:
Importance and necessity of water supply scheme. Water demands and its variations. Estimation of total quantity of water requirement. Population forecasting. Quality and quantity of surface and ground water sources. Selection of a source of water supply. Types of intakes.
2 Water Quality:
Impurities in water and their sanitary significance. Physical, chemical and bacteriological analysis of water. Water quality standards.
3 Water Treatment:
Objectives, treatment processes and their sequence in conventional treatment plant, sedimentation – plain and aided with coagulation. Types, features and design aspects. Mixing basins and Flocculation units. Filtration – mechanism involved, types of filters, slow and rapid sand filtration units (features and design aspects). Disinfection principles and aeration.
4 Water Distribution:
Distribution system – Gravity system, Pumping System, Dual system, Layout of Distribution System – Dead End System, Grid Iron System, Ring System, Radial System, their merits and demerits. Distribution Reservoirfunctions & determination of storage capacity.
References:
 Water Supply and Sewerage: E.W. Steel.
 Water Supply Engineering: S.R. Kshirsagar.
 Water Supply Engineering: S.K. Garg.
 Water Supply Engineering: B.C. Punmia.
 Manual on Water Supply and Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev., New Delhi.
CET311 
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG.I(P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Chemistry Laboratory, Environmental EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Determine physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water 
CO2 
Determine optimum dosage of coagulant 
CO3 
Determine break  point chlorination 
CO4 
Assess the quality of water 
Syllabus:
 To determine the acidity of a water sample.
 To determine the alkalinity of a water sample.
 To determine total, suspended, dissolved and settable solids in a water sample.
 To determine volatile and fixed solids in a water sample.
 To determine the chloride concentration in a water sample.
 To determine the sulphate concentration in a water sample.
 To determine the turbidity of a given water sample.
 To determine the hardness of a given water sample.
 To determine the dissolved oxygen in a given water sample.
 To determine the B.O.D. of a given water sample.
 To determine the chlorine dose of a given water sample.
 To determine most probable number of coliform bacteria for a given water sample.
CET313 
CONCRETE LAB ( P ) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisII and Structural AnalysisIII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Conduct Quality Control tests on concrete making materials 
CO2 
Conduct Quality Control tests on fresh & hardened concrete 
CO3 
Design and test concrete mix 
CO4 
Conduct Nondestructive tests on concrete 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisI,BMC&D
Corse Outcome: Same as the respective course
Syllabus:
Tests on Cement
 Standard consistency of cement using Vicat's apparatus.
 Fineness of cement by Sieve analysis and Blaine's air permeability method.
 Soundness of cement by LeChatelier's apparatus.
 Setting time of cement, initial and final.
 Compressive strength of cement.
 Measurement of specific gravity of cement.
 Measurement of Heat of Hydration of cement.
Tests on Aggregate
 Moisture content and bulking of fine aggregate.
 Fineness modulus of coarse and fine aggregates.
Tests on Concrete
 Workability of cement concrete by (a) Slump test, (b) Compaction factor test, (c) Flow table test,.
 Compressive strength of concrete by (a) Cube test, (b)Cylinder test
 Indirect tensile strength of concretesplit cylinder test.
 Modules of rupture of concrete by flexure test
 Bond strength between steel bar and concrete by pullout test
 Nondestructive testing of concrete
References:
1. Properties of Concrete, AM Nevelli – 5th Ed, Prentice Hall Publishers, 2012.
2. Concrete Technology, M. S. Shetty – S Chand Co., Publishers, 2006.
3. Concrete Technology, M. L. Gambhir – Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishers, 2012.
CET315 
GEOTECHNOLOGY (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisII and Structural AnalysisIII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Determine index properties of soils 
CO2 
Perform triaxial stress 
CO3 
Determine the consolidation of soil mass 
CO4 
perform penetration test 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Geotechnology
Corse Outcome: Same as the respective course
Syllabus:
 Grain Size AnalysisHydrometer method.
 Shrinkage Limit Determination.
 Relative Density of Granular Soils.
 Consolidated Drained (CD) Triaxial Test.
 Consolidated Undrained (CU) Triaxial Test with Pore Water Pressure Measurement.
 Consolidation Test.
 Undisturbed Sampling.
 Standard Penetration Test.
 Dynamic Cone Penetration Test.
 Model Plate Load Test.
CET302 
DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURESII 
CC 
3 
0 
2 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisI and Design of steel StructuresI Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Perform plastic analysis and design the steel beams and portal frames 
CO2 
Analyze and design the structural components of industrial building for different loads 
CO3 
Design of water tanks, stacks and transmission line towers 
CO4 
Analyses the behavior of different elements of cold forms steels and design of compression and bending elements 
Syllabus:
 Elementary Plastic Analysis and Design:
Introduction, Scope of plastic analysis, ultimate load carrying capacity of tension members and compression members, flexural members, shape factor, mechanisms, plastic collapse, analysis, plastic analysis applied to steel beams and simple portal frames and design.
 Industrial Buildings:
Loads, general arrangement and stability, design considerations, design of purlins, design of roof trusses, industrial building frames, bracings and stepped columns.
 Design of Water Tanks:
Introduction, permissible stresses, design of circular, rectangular and pressed steel tanks including staging.
 Design of Steel Stacks:
Introduction,various loads to be considered for the design of steel stacks, design of steel stacks including foundation.
 Towers:
Transmission line towers, microwave towers, Design loads, classification, design procedure and specification.
 Cold Formed Sections:
Introduction and brief description of various type of cold formed sections, local buckling, concepts of effective width and effective sections, elements with stiffeners, design of compression and bending elements.
References:
1. Design of Steel Structures, A.S.Arya & J.L.Ajmani, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee.
2. Design of Steel Structures, P.Dayartnam, Wheeler Pub. Allahabad.
3. Design of Steel Structures, Gaylord & Gaylord, McGraw Hill, Newyork/International Students Edn., Toyo Kogakusha, Tokyo.
4. IS:8001984, Indian Standard Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel.
5. IS8011975, Indian Standard Code of Practice for Use of Cold formed light gauge steel structural members in general building construction.
CET304 
IRRIGATION ENGINEERINGI 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Deals with the limits and application of canals and ground water for the purpose of irrigation. 
CO2 
Design of the reservoir, canals and wells by the method of Kennedy’s and Lacey’s theory. 
CO3 
Understand the types of irrigation and its application which have designed in the all cases. 
CO4 
Understand and develop the modern techniques which used for irrigation. Thus, it develops the storage of water, which is required for drinking and irrigation by wells through tanks. 
CO5 
Demonstrate the knowledge about water which is used for certain sequence only and it gives a particular way to supply in particular time only. 
CO6 
Communicate both the design and planning of the reservoir which used for irrigation process. 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Irrigationnecessity, advantages, disadvantages, impact of irrigation on human environment , need and development of irrigation in India, crops and crop seasons, ideal cropping pattern and high yielding varieties of crops.
 Soilwater relationship and irrigation methods:
Soilwater relationship, root zone soil water, infiltration, conmsumptive use, field capacity, wilting point, available moisture in soil, GCA, CCA, intensity of irrigation, delta, base period, Kor depth, core period, frequency of irrigation, duty of water, relation between delta, duty and base period, irrigation requirement, flooding methods, border strip method, check basin and furrow method, assessment of irrigation water, sprinkler irrigation, favourable conditions, sprinkler systems, hydraulics of sprinkler irrigation, planning, design and maintenance of sprinkler systems, drip irrigationcomponents parts, advantages and limitations, suitability of drip irrigation.
 Canal irrigation:
Component of canal distribution system, alignment of channels, losses in irrigation channels, design discharge, silt theories and design of alluvial channels, comparison of Kennedy's and Lacey's theories, canal section and design procedure, Garrets and Lacey's diagrams.
 Water logging and land reclamation:
Water loggingeffects, causes and measures of prevention, lining of irrigation channels, types of lining, design of lined channel land drainage, open drains, design considerations, advantages of tile drains, depth of tiledrains, layout of closed drains, discharge and spacing of closed drains, diameter of tile drain, outlets for tile drains, maintenance of tile drains, purpose of land reclamation and methods of land reclamation.
 River Training:
Classification of rivers, river training and its objectives, classification of river training works, methods of river training, marginal embankments, guidebanks, spurs, cutoffs, bank pitching and launching apron.
 Canal outlets:
Classification, requirements of a good outlet, design of pipe, APM and open flume outlet, flexibility proportionality, setting and sensitivity of outlet.
References:
 Irrigation, Water Resources and Water Power Engg. by P.N.Modi.
 Fundamentals on Irrigation Engg. by Bharat Singh.
 Irrigation Engg & Hydraulic Structures by S.K.Garg.
 Irrigation Engg. by S.K.Sharma.
 IrrigationTheory & Practice by A.M. Michael.
CET306 
WATER RESOURCES & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Impart an understanding of various aspects related to supply of pure and safe drinking water to communities and the conservation of water 
CO2 
Know different optimization techniques in Water Resources Systems planning, design, operation and management. 
CO3 
Facilitate optimal decision making in the planning, design and operation of especially large scale water resources systems. 
CO4 
Design the optimal strategies for reservoir releases for water quality augmentation, or maximizing hydropower generation, irrigation water supply etc. 
Syllabus:
 Water Resources Planning:
Role of water in national development, assessment of water resources, planning process, environmental consideration in planning, system analysis in water planning, some common problems in project planning, functional requirements in multipurpose projects, multipurpose planning, basinwise planning, long term planning.
Reservoir planningdependable yield, sedimentation in reservoir, reservoir capacity, empiricalarea reduction method.
Economic and Financial Analysis:
Meaning and nature of economic theory, micro and macro economics, the concept of equilibrium, equivalence of kind, equivalence of time and value, cost benefit, discounting factors and techniques, conditions for project optimality, cost benefit analysis, cost allocation, separable and nonseparable cost, alternate justifiable and remaining benefit methods, profitability analysis.
Water Resources Systems Engineering:
Concept of system's engineering, optimal policy analysis, simulation and simulation modeling, nature of water resources system, analog simulation, limitations of simulation, objective function, production function, optimality condition, linear, nonlinear and dynamic programming, applications to real time operations of existing system, hydrologic modeling and applications of basic concepts.
 Applications of System Approach in Water Resources:
Applications of system engineering in practical problems like hydrology, irrigation and drainage engineering, distribution network, mathematical models for forecasting and other water resources related problems.
References:
 Water Resources Engineering by Linseley and Franzini
 Economics of Water Resources Engineering by James and Lee.
 Optimisation Theory and Applications by S.S.Roy
 Water Resources Systems Planning & Economics by R.S.Varshney.
 Operational ResearchAn Introduction by Hamdy A.Taha.
CET308 
GEOTECHNOLOGYII 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology and GeotechnologyI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Apply knowledge for Stability of slopes of earth dams under different conditions. 
CO2 
Understand Earth pressure theories 
CO3 
Understand the theory of retaining wall 
CO4 
Learn the concept of soil stabilization 
CO5 
Learn the fundamental of machine foundation 
Syllabus:
 Earth Dams:
Introduction, types of sections, earth dam foundations, causes of failure and criteria for safe design, control of seepage through the embankment, control of seepage through the foundation, drainage of foundations, criterion for filter design. Introduction to rock fill dams.
 Stability of slopes:
Causes of failure, factors of safety, stability analysis of slopestotal stress analysis, effective stress analysis, stability of infinite slopes types of failures of finite slopes, analysis of finite slopesmass procedure, method of slices, effect of pore pressure, Fellinius method to locate center of most critical slip circle, friction circle method, Tayler's stability number, slope stability of earth dam during steady seepage, during sudden draw down and during and at the end of construction.
 Braced Cuts:
Depth of unsupported vertical cut, sheeting and bracing for deep excavation, movements associated with sheeting and bracing, modes of failure of braced cuts, pressure distribution behind sheeting.
 Cofferdams:
Introduction, types of cofferdams, design and lateral stability of braced cofferdams, design data for Cellular cofferdams, stability analysis of cellular cofferdams on soil and rock, interlock stresses.
 Cantilever Sheet Piles:
Purpose of sheet piles, cantilever sheet piles, depth of embedment in granular soilsrigorous method, simplified procedure, cantilever sheet pile, penetrating clay, limiting height of wall.
 Anchored Bulkheads:
Methods of design, free earth support method in cohesionless and cohesive soils, fixed earth support method in cohesionless soilsBlum's equivalent beam method.
 Soil Stabilization:
Soil improvement, shallow compaction, mechanical treatment, use of admixtures, lime stabilization, cement stabilization, lime fly ash stabilization, dynamic compaction and consolidation, Bituminous stabilization, chemical stabilization, precompression, lime pile and column, stone column, grouting, reinforced earth.
 Basics of Machine Foundations:
Terminology, characteristics elements of a vibratory systems, analysis of vibratory motions of a single degree freedom systemundamped free vibrations, undamped forced vibrations, criteria for satisfactory action of a machine foundation, degrees of a freedom of a block foundation, Barken's soil spring constant, Barken's method of a determining natural frequency of a block foundation subjected to vertical oscillations.
References:
 Analysis and Design of Foundation and Retaining Structures by S.Prakash, Gopal Ranjan & S.Saran, Sarita Prakashan.
 Analysis and Design of Sub Structures by Swami Saran, IBH Oxford
 Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan and ASR Rao, Newage Int.Pub.
 Soil Dynamic by Shamsher Prakash, McGraw Hill
 Foundation Design by Teng, Prentice Hall
 Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by Bharat Singh, Shamsher Prakash, Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee.
CET310 
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING I 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology and GeotechnologyI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Classify roads based on functional classification, 
CO2 
Describe design element: sight distance, horizontal curvature, super elevation, grades, visibility on vertical curves, cross section elements 
CO3 
Use fundamental physics and mathematical knowledge in deriving geometric design equations 
CO4 
Design and simulate the traffic flow for signals. 
CO5 
Traffic flow theory, traffic analysis and queuing processes 
CO6 
Traffic Management and Intelligent Transport Systems 
CO7 
Select the appropriate materials for use in different road layers. 
Syllabus:
1. Introduction:
Transportation and its importance. Different modes of transportation. Brief review of history of road development in India and abroad: Roman, Tresagne, Telford and Macadam constructions. Road patterns. Classification of roads, Objectives of highway planning, Planning surveys. Saturation system of planning.
2. Highway Plans, Highway Alignment And Surveys:
Main features of 20 years road development plans in India. Requirements of an ideal highway alignment. Factors affecting alignment. Surveys for highway alignment.
Cross Section Elements And Sight Distance Considerations:
Cross section elements: friction, carriageway, formation width, land width, camber, IRC recommended values. Types of terrain Design speed. Sight distance, stopping sight distance, overtaking sight distance, overtaking zones, intermediate sight distance, sight distance at intersections, head light sight distance, set back distance. Critical locations for sight distance.
Design Of Horizontal And Vertical Alignment:
Effects of centrifugal force. Design of superelevation. Providing superelevation in the field. Radius of circular curves. Extrawidening. Type and length of transition curves. Gradient, types, values. Summit curves and valley curves, their design criterion. Grade compensation on curves.
Traffic Characteristics And Traffic Surveys:
Road user and vehicular characteristics. Traffic studies such as volume, speed and O & D study. Parking and accident studies. Fundamental diagram of traffic flow. Level of service. PCU. Capacity for nonurban roads. Causes and preventive measures for road accidents.
Traffic Control Devices:
Traffic control devices: signs, signals, markings and islands. Types of signs. Types of signals. Design of an isolated fixed time signal by IRC method. Intersections at grade and grade separated intersections. Design of a rotary. Types of grade separated intersections.
Highway Materials:Soil And Aggregates:
Subgrade soil evaluation: CBR test, plate bearing test. Desirable properties of aggregates. Various tests, testing procedures and IRC/IS specification for suitability of aggregates. Proportioning of aggregates for road construction by trial and error and Routhfuch method.
Bituminous Materials And Bituminous Mixes:
Types of bituminous materials: bitumen, tar, cutback and emulsions. Various tests, testing procedures and IRS/IS specifications for suitability of bituminous materials in road construction. Bituminous mix, desirable properties. Marshall' method of mix design. Basic concept of use of polymers and rubber modified bitumen in bituminous mixes.
References:
 Highway Engg. by S.K.Khanna & C.e.G.Justo, Nem Chand & Bros,Roorkee.
 Principles of Transportation and Highway Engg. by G.V.Rao,Tata McGraw Hill Pub., N.Delhi.
 Traffic Engg. And Transport Planning by L.R.Kadiyali,Khanna Pub.Delhi.
 Traffic Engg. by Matson, T.M.,Smith,W.S. and Hurd,P.W.McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.
CET312 
PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT 
CC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal:50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: None
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the roles and responsibilities of a project manager 
CO2 
Prepare schedule of activities in a construction project 
CO3 
Prepare tender and contract document for a construction project 
CO4 
Understand safety practices in construction industry 
CO5 
Identify the equipment used in construction 
Syllabus:
 Construction Management
Significance, objectives and functions of construction management, types of constructions, resources for construction industry, stages for construction, construction team, engineering drawings.
 Construction Contracts & Specifications
Introduction, types of contracts, contract document, specifications, important conditions of contract, arbitration.
 Construction Planning
Introduction, work breakdown structure, stages in planningpretender stages, contract stage, scheduling, scheduling by bar charts, preparation of material, equipment, labour and finance schedule, limitation of bar charts, milestone charts.
 Construction Organization
Principles of Organization, communication, leadership and human relations, types of Organizations, Organization for construction firm, site organization, temporary services, job layout.
 Network Techniques in Construction ManagementI:CPM
Introduction, network techniques, work break down, classification of activities, rules for developing networks, network developmentlogic of network, allocation of time to various activities, Fulkerson's rule for numbering events, network analysis , determination of project schedules, critical path, ladder construction, float in activities, shared float, updating, resources allocation, resources smoothing and resources leveling.
 Network Techniques in Construction ManagementIIPERT
Probability concept in network, optimistic time, pessimistic time, most likely time, lapsed time, deviation, variance, standard deviation, slack critical path, probability of achieving completion time, central limit theorem.
 CostTime Analysis
Cost versus time, direct cost, indirect cost, total project cost and optimum duration, contracting the network for cost optimisation, steps in time cost optimisation, illustrative examples.
 Inspection & Quality Control
Introduction, principles of inspection, enforcement of specifications, stages in inspection and quality control, testing of structures, statistical analysis.
References:
 Construction Planning & Management by P.S.Gehlot & B.M.Dhir, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
 PERT & CPM Principles & Applications by L.S.Srinath. Affiliated Eastwest Press(P)Ltd.
 Project Planning & Control with PERT & CPM by B.C.Punmia & K.K.Khandelwal,Lakshmi Pub. Delhi
 Construction Management & Planning by B.sengupta & H.Guha, Tata McGraw Hills.
CET314 
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERINGI (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Characterize the pavement materials 
CO2 
Perform quality control tests on pavements and pavement materials 
CO3 
Estimate earth work from longitudinal and crosssection details 
Syllabus:
 Aggregate Impact Test.
 LosAngeles Abrasion Test on Aggregates.
 Dorry's Abrasion Test on Aggregates.
 Deval Attrition Test on Aggregates.
 .Crushing Strength Test on Aggregates.
 Penetration Test on Bitumen.
 Ductility Test on Bitumen.
 Viscosity Test on Bituminous Material
 Softening Point Test on Bitumen.
 .Flash and Fire Point Test on Bitumen.
CET316 
STRUCTURAL MECHANICS II( P ) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural AnalysisII and Structural AnalysisIII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Analyse two hinge arches, pin joint trusses 
CO2 
Study the unsymmetrical bending 
CO3 
Study the elastically coupled beam 
CO4 
Analyse the portal frame 
CO5 
Study the cable structures 
Syllabus:
 Experiment on a two hinged arch for horizontal thrust & influence line for
Horizontal thrust
 Experimental and analytical study of a 3 bar pin jointed Truss.
 Experimental and analytical study of deflections for unsymmetrical bending of a Cantilever beam.
 Begg's deformeter verification of Muller Breslau principle.
 Experimental and analytical study of an elastically coupled beam.
 Sway in portal frames  demonstration.
 To study the cable geometry and statics for different loading conditions.
 To plot stressstrain curve for concrete.
CET318 
COMPUTER APPLICATION ( P ) 
CC 
0 
0 
3 
1 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites: None
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the need for software tools in analysis and design of Civil Engineering Systems 
CO2 
Identify the available open source software tools used for specific problems in Civil Engineering 
CO3 
Use the latest software tools for Modeling, Analysis and Design of Civil Engineering Systems 
 Computation of roots of a polynomial using
a) Bisection method b) NewtonRaphson method
 Solution of linear simultaneous equation using Gauss Elimination/GaussJordan/Triangulation factorization method.
 Solution of a system of nonlinear equation using fixed point/NewtonRaphson method/modified NewtonRaphson method.
 Analysis of multispan beam and frames using stiffness matrix method.
 Analysis of plane frame and space frame using automated software.
 Analysis of a threestoreyed and tenstoreyed building using automated software.
 Introduction to Auto CAD.
CET320 
SEMINAR 
CC 
0 
1 
0 
0.5 
Internal:60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total:100 Marks 
Prerequisites:
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Select a topic relevant to civil engineering 
CO2 
Undertake a critical review of the literature on the chosen topic 
CO3 
Prepare and present a technical report 
CET401 
DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTUTRESII 
CC 
4 
0 
0 
4 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Structural Analysis and Concrete StructuresI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Continuous beams, beams curved in plan. 
CO2 
Flat slabs and staircase 
CO3 
Combined footing, raft foundation and pile foundation. 
CO4 
Water tank, silos and bunkers 
CO5 
Prestressed members 
CO6 
Slab using yield line method 
Syllabus:
 Continuous Beams:
Basic assumptions, Moment of inertia, settlements, Modification of moments, maximum moments and shear, beams curved in plananalysis for torsion, redistribution of moments for single and multispan beams, design examples.
 Flat slabs and staircases:
Advantages of flat slabs, general design considerations, approximate direct design method, design of flat slabs, openings in flat slab, design of various types of staircases, design examples.
 Foundations:
Combined footings, raft foundation, design of pile cap and piles, underreamed piles, design examples.
 Water Tanks, Silos and Bunkers:
Estimation of Wind and earthquake forces, design requirements, rectangular and cylindrical underground and overhead tanks, Intze tanks, design considerations, design examples.
Silos and BunkersVarious theories, Bunkers with sloping bottoms and with high side walls, battery of bunkers, design examples.
 Prestressed Concrete:
Basic principles, classification of prestressed members, various prestressing systgems, losses in prestress, initial and final stress conditions, analysis and design of sections for flexure and shear, load balancing concept, I:S:Specifications .
End blocksAnalysis of stresses, Magnel's method, Guyon's method, Bursting and spalling stresses, design examples.
 Building Frames:
Introduction, Member stiffnesses, Loads, Analysis for vertical and lateral loads, Torsion in buildings, Ductibility of beams, design and detailing for ductibility, design examples.
 Yield Line Theory:
Basic assumptions, Methods of analysis, yield line patterns and failure mechanisms, analysis of one way and two way rectangular and nonrectangular slabs, effect of top corner steel in square slabs, design examples.
References:
 Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol.2, Jai Krishna & O.P.Jain, Nem Chand & Bros.,Roorkee.
 PreStressed Concrete, N.Krishna Raju, TMH Pub.,N,.Delhi.
 Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures, T.Y.Lin, John Wiley & Sons., N.Delhi.
 Reinforced ConcreteLimit StaTge Design, A.K.Jain, Nem Chand & Bros.,Roorkee.
 IS 13431980,IS Code of Practice for Prestressed Concrete.
 IS 33701976(Part I to IV), Indian Standard Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures.
 IS 4562000, Indian Standard of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete.
IS 1893, 4326 & 13920 Indian Standard Code of Practice for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures.
CET403 
INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Water Supply and Treatment and Sewerage & Sewage Treatment
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify the characteristics of industrial wastewaters 
CO2 
Describe pollution effects of disposal of industrial effluent 
CO3 
Identify and design treatment options for industrial wastewater 
CO4 
Formulate environmental management plan 
Syllabus:
Effects of industrial wastes on streams, sewerage systems and wastewater treatment plants. Various steps to minimize effects of industrial effluents on waste water treatment plants and receiving streamsconservation of water, process change, reuse of waste water, volume reduction, strength reduction, neutralization, equalization and proportioning. Population equivalent. Industrial effluent standards for disposal into inland surface water sources and on land for irrigation.
Study of the following Industries from waste generation, quality and its treatment including brief overview of manufacturing process:
Textile, tannery, sugar mill, distillery, dairy, pulp & paper, metal plating, oil refinery, nitrogenous fertilizers, thermal power plants and radio active wastes.
References:

 Industrial and Hazardous Waste Treatment by N.L.Nemerow & A.Dasgupta.
 Industrial Effluents by N.Manivasakam.
 Waste Water Treatment by M.N.Rao & A.K.Dutta.
CET405 
Transportation EngineeringII 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Design the flexible pavement 
CO2 
Design the rigid pavement 
CO3 
Provide the suitable treatment for the soil for nonbituminous pavement 
CO4 
Provide the suitable treatment for maintaining the road pavement 
CO5 
Provide the suitable measures for the drainage and hill road construction 
CO6 
Analyses the financial aspect of the road construction 
CO7 
Select the site and respective method for tunneling 
Syllabus:
1. Design Of Flexible Pavements:
Types of pavements. Flexible and rigid pavements. Components of a pavement and their functions. Factors affecting design of pavements. Design of thickness of a flexible pavement by Group Index method, CBR method (including latest IRC guidelines), Triaxial method and Burmister’s method.
2. Design Of Rigid Pavements:
Westergaard’s theory, critical locations of loading, load and temperature stresses. Critical combination of stresses. IRC guidelines for determination of thickness of a rigid pavement. Joints: requirements, types, patterns. Spacing of expansion and contraction joints. Functions of dowel and tie bars.
3. Highway Construction : NonBituminous Pavements:
Brief introduction to earthwork machinery: shovel, hoe, clamshell, dragline, bulldozers. Principles of field compaction of subgrade. Compacting equipments. Granular roads. Construction steps of WBM. WMM. Construction of cement concrete pavements. Slipform pavers. Basic concepts of the following: soil stabilized roads, use of geosynthetics, reinforced cement concrete pavements, prestress concrete pavements, roller compacted concrete pavements and fibre reinforced concrete pavements.
4. Construction Of Bituminous Pavements:
Various types of bituminous constructions. Prime coat, tack coat, seal coat and surface dressing. Construction of BUSG, Premix carpet, BM, DBM and AC. Brief coverage of machinery for costruction of bituminous roads: bitumen boiler, sprayer, pressure distributer, hotmix plant, coldmix plant, tipper trucks, mechanical paver or finisher, rollers. Mastic asphalt. Introduction to various IRC and MOST specifications.
5. Highway Maintenance:
Pavement failures. Maintenance operations. Maintenance of WBM, bituminous surfaces and cement concrete pavements. Pavement evaluation. Benkleman beam. Introduction to various types of overlays.
6. Highway Drainage And Hill Roads:
Surface drainage: types, brief design. Types of subsurface drainage. Special characteristics of hill roads: geometrics, hair pin bends, construction of hill roads, drainage of hill roads, maintenance problems of hill roads
7. Highway Economics And Finance
Need of economic evaluation. Highway user benefits and costs. Methods of economic evaluation: benefit cost ratio method, net present value method, internal rate of return method, comparison. Highway finance.
8. Tunnels
Sections of tunnels: advantages, limitations and suitability of each section. Shaft. Pilot tunnel. Driving tunnel in rocks: sequence of construction operations, full face method, heading and bench method, drift method. Driving tunnels in soft ground: sequence of construction operations, needle beam method, shield tunneling, compressed air tunneling.
References:
 Highway Engg by S.K.Khanna & C.E.G. Justo, Nem Chand Bros., Roorkee.
 Principles and Practice of Highway Engg. by L.R.Kadiyali, Khanna Publishers, Delhi.
 Principles of Pavement Design by Yoder,E.J & Witczak,M.W., John Wiley and Sons, USA.
 Tunnel Engineering by S.C.Saxena, Dhanpat Rai Publications, N.Delhi.
 A text book of Tunnel, Bridges and Railway Engg. by S.P.Bindra, Dhanpat Rai Delhi.
CET407 
SEWERAGE AND SEWAGE TREATMENT 
CC 
2 
1 
0 
2.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify and explain components necessary for sewage systems and water reticulation systems 
CO2 
Design of sewage disposal plant units; 
CO3 
Apply decisionmaking methodologies to evaluate solutions for efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability 
Syllabus:
1. Collection of sewage:
Importance of sanitation, Systems of sewerage – separate, combined and partially separate. Quantity of sanitary sewage and variations. Shapes of sewer – circular and egg shaped. Design of sewers, selfcleansing velocity and slopes, Construction and testing of sewer lines. Sewer materials. joints and appurtenances.
2. Sewage Characterisation:
Quality parameters BOD, COD, Solids, D.O., Oil & Grease. Indian Standards for disposal of effluents into inland surface sources and on land.
3. Sewage Treatment:
Objectives, sequence and efficiencies of conventional treatment units. Preliminary treatment, screening and grit removal units. Theory and design aspects of primary treatment, secondary treatment activated sludge process & its modifications, Tricking filter, sludge digestion and drying beds.
Stabilization pond, aerated lagoon, UASB process , septic tank and Imhoff tank. .
4. Disposal of Sewage:
Disposal of sewage by dilution – selfpurification of streams. Sewage disposal by irrigation (sewage treatment).
References:
 Waste Water Engineering: Metcalf and Eddy.
 Sewage and Sewage Treatment: S.K. Garg.
 Sewage and Sewage Treatment: S.R. Krishansagar.
 Waste Water Engineering: B.C. Punmia.
 Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev., New Delhi.
CET409 
CONCRETE STRUCTURESII (DRG) 
CC 
0 
0 
3 
1.5 
Internal: 60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Concrete StructuresI and Concrete StructuresII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Design of flat slab and water tank 
CO2 
Design of foundation 
CO3 
Design of Silo and Bunker 
Syllabus:
Preparing drawing sheets showing reinforcement details in case of:
 Flat slabs
 Underground and Overhead Water Tanks.
 Combined Footings, Pile Foundations, Raft foundation.
 TBeam Bridge.
 Silo/Bunker.
CET411 
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERINGII(P) 
CC 
 
 
3 
1 
Internal: 60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Determine physical, chemical and biological characteristics of wastewater 
CO4 
Assess the quality of wastewater 
Syllabus:
 To determine the acidity of a sewage sample.
 To determine the alkalinity of a sewage sample.
 To determine total, suspended, dissolved and settable solids in a sewage sample.
 To determine volatile and fixed solids in a sewage sample.
 To determine oil and grease in a sewage sample.
 To determine the chloride concentration in a sewage sample.
 To determine the sulphate concentration in a sewage sample.
 To determine the B.O.D. of a given sewage sample.
 To determine the C.O.D. of a given sewage sample.
 To determine the T.O.C. of a given sewage sample.
 To determine the fecal count of a given sewage sample.
 Microscopic studies of a sewage.
CET413 
ELEMENTS OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Concrete Structures, MathematicsII
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
To identify the effects of earthquake motions on civil engineering structures 
CO2 
Analysis and design of civil engineering structures located in various seismic zones 
CO3 
Perform seismic evaluation, repair and strengthening of the existing structures. 
Syllabus:
 Seismology:
Introduction, plate tectonics, earthquake distribution and mechanism, seismicity, seismic waves, earthquake magnitude and intensity, seismic zoning and seismometry.
 Single Degree of Freedom Systems:
Various types of dynamic loads, vibration of single degree of freedom system, Free and forced vibrations, types of damping, critical damping. Transmissibility, vibration measuring instruments, response spectrum.
 Multidegrees of Freedom(MDOF)Systems:
Equation of Motion, normal modes and natural frequencies, semidefinite systems, dynamic vibration absorbers, vibration dampers, principle of orthogonally, Stodolas method, Holzer's method, matrix method, modal analysis and its limitations. Mode super position method.
 Seismic Analysis and Design:
General principles, assumptions, seismic coefficient method, response spectrum method, strength and deflection, design criterion for structures, significance of ductility, design and detailing for ductility, codal provisions, design examples.
 Seismic Performance, Repair and Strengthening:
Methods for assessing seismic performance, influence of design ductility and masonry infills, criterion for repair and strengthening, repair and strengthening techniques and their applications, additions of new structural elements.
 Vibrational Control:
General features of structural control, base isolation, active and passive control system. Earthquake resistance design as per I.S.:1893, I.S.4326 and I.S.13920.
References:
 Elements of Earthquake Engineering, Jai Krishna, A. R. Chandershekaran & Brajesh Chandra , South Asian Pub New Delhi.
 Dynamics of Structures, Clough & Penzion, McGraw Hill
 Earthquake Engineering, YX Hu,SC.Liu and W.Dong, E and FN Sons., Madras.
 Earthquake Resistant Concrete Structures, George G. Penelis and J. Kapoors, E & FN Sons, Madras.
 Structural Dynamics, Mario Paz, CBB Pub. N. Delhi.
CET415 
ROCK MECHANICS 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Engineering  II. Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify the problems associated with underground excavations 
CO2 
Classify the rock mass using the reference data 
CO3 
Understand the failure criteria of rock 
CO4 
Determine insitu stresses from field test data 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Importance of rock mechanics, composition of rocks, geological and lithological classification of rocks, classification of rocks for engineering purposes, R.Q.D. method of classification of rocks.
Theories of Brittle failure.
 Laboratory Testing of Rocks:
Various methods of obtaining rock cores, methods of sample preparation, methods of removing end friction of the rock samples. Compression testing machine, uniaxial compression strength of rock samples, methods of finding tensile strengthdirect and indirect methods, Brazilian test, shear box test, triaxial shear test, punch shear test.
 Insitu Testing of Rocks:
Field direct shear test on rock blocks, field triaxial strength, use of flat jacks, chamber test, plate load test, cable jacking test.
 Stress Evaluation in Field:
Stressrelief technique(over coring), use of strain gauges, bore hole, deformation cell, photoelastic stress meter, stress measurement with flat jack. Hydraulics Fracturing Techniques.
 Stabilization of Rocks:
Rock bolting, principle of rock bolting, various types of rock bolts, application of rock bolting. Field testing of rock bolts and cable anchors.
 Elastic and Dynamic Properties of Rocks:
Stressstrain behaviour dynamic properties, resonance method and ultrasonic pulse method.
 Pressure on Roof of Tunnels:
Trap door experiment, Terzaghi's theory, Bieraumer, kommerel, Protodyakanov theory.
 Stress Around the Tunnels:
Basic design and Principles of tunnels in rocks, design of pressure tunnels in rocks.
References :
 Rock Mechanics , Vol.I,II,III,IV by Lama,et.al.
 Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics by Jaeger and Cook
 Rock Mechanics by Stagg & Zienkiewiez.
 Rock Mechanics & Design of Structures in Rocks by Obert & Duvell
 Rock Mechanics & Engineering by Jaeger
 Art of Tunneling by Schzy.
CET417 
ADVANCED TRAFFIC ENGINEERING 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Engineering  II. Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Estimate basic characteristics of traffic stream 
CO2 
Conduct traffic studies and analyze traffic data 
CO3 
Design traffic signal systems 
CO4 
Determine the capacity of highways 
Syllabus:
1. Introduction And Traffic Chracteristics
Objectives and scope of traffic engg. Organisational set up of traffic engg department in India. Importance of traffic characteristics. Road user characteristics. Vehicular characteristics. Max dimensions and weights of vehicles allowed in India. Effects of traffic characteristics on various design elements of the road.
2. Traffic Surveys
Methods of conducting the study and presentation of the data for traffic volume study, speed study and origin and destination study. Speed and delay study. Parking surveys. On street parking, off street parking. Accident surveys. Causes of road accidents and preventive measures. Use of photographic techniques in traffic surveys.
3. Highway Capacity
Importance. Space and time headway. Fundamental diagram of traffic flow. Relationship between speed, volume and density. Level of service. PCU. Design service volume. Capacity of nonurban roads. IRC recommendations. Brief review of capacity of urban roads.
4. Traffic Control
Types of traffic control devices. Traffic signs, general principles of traffic signing, types of traffic signs. Road markings, types, general principles of pavement markings. Design of rotary. Grade separated intersections. Miscellaneous traffic control aids and street furniture.
5. Signal Design
Types of signals. Linked or coordinated signal systems. Design of signal timings by trial cycle method, approximate method, Webstor’s method and IRC method
6. Traffic Regulation And Management
Need and scope of traffic regulations. Regulation of speed, vehicles and drivers. General traffic regulations. Motor vehicle act. Scope of traffic management. Traffic management measures: restrictions on turning movements, one way streets, tidal flow operations, exclusive bus lanes, traffic restraint, road pricing.
7. Traffic And Environment
Detrimental effects of traffic. Vehicular air pollution. Situation in India. Vehicular emission norms in India and abroad. Alternate fuels. Factors affecting fuel consumption. Arboricultur.
8. Computer Application, Traffic Simulation
Computer application in traffic engg., transport planning and public transport. Traffic simulation, advantages. Steps in simulation. Scanning techniques. Introduction to Intelligent vehicle highway system. Various types of IVHS.
Books:
 Traffic Engg. And Transport Planning by L.R.Kadiyali, Khanna Publishers, Delhi.
 Highway Engg by S.K.Khanna & C.E.G. Justo, Nem Chand Bros., Roorkee.
 Traffic Engg. by Matson, T.M., Smith, W.S. and Hurd, F.W., McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.
 Traffic Flow Theory by Drew, D.R., McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.
CET441 
RIVER MECHANICS & FLOOD CONTROL 
EC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Hydrology and Irrigation Engineering
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify the characteristics and objectives of water resources systems 
CO2 
Develop rainfallrunoff models 
CO3 
Formulate and solve hydrologic flood routing models 
CO4 
Perform basic economic analysis to evaluate the economic feasibility of water resources projects 
CO5 
Formulate and solve deterministic optimization models for design and operation of water resources systems 
Syllabus:
1. Introduction:
Indian rivers, flood, flood problems, river morphology, behaviour of river flow, role of sediments in rivers, changes in regimes, river gauging, causes of flood and losses, alleviation of flooding.
 Hydrologic Statistics:
Probabilistic treatment of hydrologic data, frequency & probability functions, statistical parameters, fitting a probability distribution, probability distribution fort hydraulic variables.
 Flood Mitigation by River Protection:
Basis of river engineering, flow types, resistance flow , energy slope, backwater effect, three dimensional flow, circular and helicoidal flow, river improvement works, river survey, protection by embankment, discharge capacity, design of dyke, stability analysis of dykes, bank protection, bank recession, types of bank proterction works, channel improvement, cutoffs diversion, bypass channel, cutoff channel, floord ways, flood plain zeroing, spreading grounds.
 Flood Mitigation by Reservoirs:
Design factors, storage capacity determinations, sequent peak algorithom method, live stoorage, ripple mass curve flood routing, flood storage, dead storage, reservoir classification, reservoir sedimentation, distribution of sediments in reservoirs, measurement of sediment yields, sediment load measurement, Mood's method, life of reservoir, reservoir operation based on annual storage and regulation, single and multi purpose reservoirs, gate operation schedule, maximum and minimum flow operation, multi purpose reservoir operation, reservoir econonmicscost benefit ratios, optimisation of benefits.
 Flood Forecasting & Warning:
Basic data, communication network, forecasting techniques and procedures, forecast of rainfall, runoff from rainfall, forecasting stages, peak travel time, forecast reporting flood warning, engineering methods for flood fighting
 Engineering Economics of Flood Control:
Estimation of flood damages, estimation of benefits of flood control, cost benefit analysis of flood control project.
References:
 Flood Control & Drainage Engg. by S.N.Ghosh.
 Hydrology & Flood Control Engg. by S.K.Garg.
 Hydrology & Water Resources Engg. by K.C.Patra.
CET419 
HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER DEVELOPMENT 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Engineering  II. Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Estimate hydropower potential 
CO2 
Identify types of hydropower plants 
CO3 
Design penstocks and surge shaft 
CO4 
Plan the layout of a hydropower plant 
Syllabus:
1. Introduction:
Sources of power , estimation of water power, necessity and importance of harnessing small hydro power, flow duration and power duration curves, load curve, load factors, capacity factors, utilisation factors, firm and secondary power.
 Types of Hydro Power Plants:
Elements of Hydro power, classification of hydropower plants, runofriver plants, storage plants diversion canal development, pumped storage plants, tidal power plants, base load and peak load plants in a power grid.
 Intakes:
Intake structures, functions and their types, components of intakesforebay, trash racks, gates and valves, force required to operate gates.
 Conveyance System:
Penstocks, design criterion, economical diameter anchor blocks, cradles and footings, water hammer, instantaneous closure of power canal, surge tank, surges in canals.
 Turbines:
Types of turbines, specific speed and classification of turbines, synchronous speed, scroll casing , flumes and draft tubes, dimensions of scroll casing and draft tubes, setting of turbines
 Power House:
General layout and arrangements of hydropower units, number and size of units, substructure, spacing of units, superstructure, underground power stations, tidal power.
References:
 Water Power Engineering, Dandekar, M.M., Sharma,K.N.
 HydroElectric Engineering Practice Vol.I ,II & III Brown J.G.
 Water Power Engineering, Borrows, H.K.
 Water Power Development, Vol.I & II, Mosonyi,E.
 Water Power Engineering, M.M.Deshmukh.
CET421 
CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY 
OE 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Building Materials, Construction and Drawing
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify Quality Control tests on concrete making materials 
CO2 
Understand the behavior of fresh and hardened concrete 
CO3 
Design concrete mixes as per IS and ACI codes 
CO4 
Understand the durability requirements of concrete 
CO5 
Understand the need for special concretes 
Syllabus:
1. Concrete as Structural Material:
Introduction, preparation of concrete, grades of concrete, advantages of concrete, concept of quality control.
 Concrete Making Materials:
Cement, tests on cement (physical tests), types of Portland cement, various types of cementordinary Portland cement, rapid hardening cement, low heat cement, sulphate resistant cement, portlandpozzolona cement, high strength Portland cement, high alumina cement, waterproof cement, white Portland cement, hydrophobic cement, coloured Portland cement.
Aggregates, classification of aggregates based on petrographic, size, shape & texures, deleterious substances in aggregates, bulking of fine aggregate, sieve analysis, grading of aggregates as per IS3831970. Fineness Modulus, Maximum size of aggregate. Quality of mixing water, curing water.
 Properties of Concrete:
Introduction, workability, factors influencing workability, measurement of workability, requirements of workability, properties of hardened concrete, stress and strain characteristics of concrete, Young's modulus of concrete, creep and shrinkage of concrete, permeability of concrete, durability of concrete sulphate attack, fireresistance, thermal properties of concrete, construction joints, expansion and contraction joints.
 Production of Concrete:
Introduction, batching of materials, mixing of concrete materials, transportation of concrete, compaction of concrete, ready mixed concrete, vibrators, Internal vibrators, external vibrators, concrete curing and formwork removal.
 NonDestructive Testing of Concrete:
Significance of NonDestructive Testing, Rebound Hammer, Ultrasonic pulse velocity techniques, Penetration techniques, pullout tests, vibration methods, Radioactive techniques. Cover meter, coretests.
 Deterioration of Concrete & its Prevention:
Causes of concrete deterioration, deterioration by water, surface weir, frost action, deterioration by chemical reactions, sulphate attack, alkaliaggregate reaction, corrosion of embedded steel in concrete. Prevention of deterioration of concrete.
 Repair Technology for Concrete Structures:
Symptoms and diagnosis of distress, evaluation of cracks, repair of cracks, common types of repairs, distress in fire damaged structures, underwater repairs.
 Special Concrete:
Light weight concrete, definition and its properties, applications, high strength concrete, definitions, its properties and applications, mass concrete, waste material based concrete, shortcrete, fiber reinforced concrete: Materials. Fiberstypes and properties, ferrocement, polymer concrete composites, heavyweight concrete for radiation shielding.
 Prestressed Concrete:
Introduction, Basic concepts, classification and types of prestressing, prestressing systems, properties of materials, pretensioned and posttensioned concrete elements.
Books:
1. Gambhir,M.L.,'Concrete Technology', TMH Pub.N.Delhi.
 Shetty, M.S.'Concrete Techhnology', S.Chand & Co.N.Delhi.
CET423 
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 
OE 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Sewerage & Sewage Treatment, Water Supply and Treatment
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify environmental problems arising due to engineering and technological activities and the science behind those problems. 
CO2 
Estimate the population  economic growth, energy requirement and demand. 
CO3 
Analyse material balance for different environmental systems. 
CO4 
Realize the importance of ecosystem and biodiversity for maintaining ecological balance. 
CO5 
Identify the major pollutants and abatement devices for environmental management and sustainable development 
Syllabus:
1. Introduction
Environment and its segment, biosphere, impact of humans upon environment, impact of environment upon humans, biodiversity and sustainable development.
2. Ecology
Meaning, scope and subdivision on ecology. Ecosystems and its types. Energy flow – radiation and heat budget, food chains, trophic levels, ecological pyramids, biogeochemical cycles (nitrogen, sulpher, phosphorus), consortism and its ranks. Ecological balance in nature, sources and effects of radioactive fall outs, disposal of radioactive wastes, chemical and biological agents and effects of chemical and biological warfare, population explosion  its effects and India scenario.
3. Energy And Environment
Energy, uses of energy, historical background, economics of energy, conventional and nonconventional sources of energy, renewable energy sources (such as solar, wind, tidal, wave, geothermal, hydro and bio mass energy) and their environmental impact with special reference on Indian scenario.
4. Air Pollution
Composition and structure of atmosphere, classification and sources of air pollutants, effects of air pollution on plants, animal and human health and economic effects of air pollution. Meteorological parameters influencing air pollution, plume behaviour. Effects of air pollution on meteorological conditions (such as green house effect, ozone depletion and acid rains). ElNino and its effects. Automobile pollution  effects and control measures. Atmospheric self – cleansing processes, approaches and techniques of air pollution control. Air pollution control devices like settling chamber, cyclones, ESP, bag – filters, catalytic converters, etc.
5. Noise Pollution
General introduction to noise pollution, human acoustics, unit of measurement, loudness, measurements of noise and weighting networks, sources and effects of noise pollution. Noise abatement/control and noise standards.
6. Solid Wastes
Definition, types, composition and sources of solid – wastes. Method of disposal  land filling, incineration, pulverization, and composting. Selection of method of disposal. Solid waste management and reuse of materials.
References:
1. ‘Environmental Engineering’ by H. S. Peavy. D. R. Rowe, et. Al., McGraw Hill Book Co. New Delhi.
2. Ecology’ by E. P. Odum, Oxford and IBN Pub. New Delhi.
3. Air Pollution’ by M. N. Rao.
4. Environmental Noise Pollution’ by P. F. Cuniff, John Wiley & Sons.
5. Environmental Engineering’ by S. S. Deswal & S. Deswal, Dhanpat Rai & Co.
CET425 
MACHINE FOUNDATIONS 
OE 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Earthquake Engineering and Concrete Structures Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the dynamic behaviour of foundations. 
CO2 
Select foundation for dynamic loading 
CO3 
Design machine foundations 
CO4 
Identify vibration isolation techniques 
Syllabus:
 Theory of Vibrations:
Definitions, harmonic motion, vibrations of a single degree freedom system, transmissibility, theory of vibration measuring instruments.
 General Principles of Machine Foundation Design:
Types of machines and machine foundations, criteria for satisfactory action of a machine foundation, permissible amplitude, allowable soil pressure, permissible stresses in concrete and steel, permissible stresses in timber.
 Evaluation of Parameters:
Modes of vibration of a rigid block foundation, Barken's soil spring constants, determination of coefficients of elastic uniform compression and Elastic uniform shear.
 Foundations for Reciprocating Machines:
Analysis of block foundation by Barken's theory of linear elastic weightless spring analogy, Indian Standard for design and construction of foundation for reciprocating machine, design procedure, design examples.
 Foundation for Impact Machines:
Dynamic analysis, Barken's recommendations for weight and base contact area, IS Code practice for design and construction of foundations for impact machines, design procedure, design examples.
 Foundations for Rotary Machines:
Special considerations, design criteria, methods of analysis and design.
 Vibration Isolation and Screening:
Active isolation, passive isolation, methods of isolation, wave screening, vibration absorbing materials, planning for vibration isolation.
References:
 Dynamics of Bases and Foundations by D.D.Barken
 Soil Dynamics by Shamsher Prakash
 Soil Dynamics and Machine Foundations by Swami Saran
 Principles of Soil Dynamics by B.M.Das
 Vibration and Shock Isolation by Crede
CET427 to CET445 
PROJECT I 
CC 
0 
0 
4 
9 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites:
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Work in a team to select a problem for project work 
CO2 
Review and evaluate the available literature on the chosen problem 
CO3 
Formulate the methodology to solve the identified problem 
CO4 
Apply the principles, tools and techniques to solve the problem 
CO5 
Prepare and present project report 
CET402 
BRIDGE ENGINEERING 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation Engineering and Concrete Structures
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Design the slab culvert, Box culvert 
CO2 
Design the T beam bridge and substructures 
CO3 
Design the Bridge bearings 
CO4 
Design the steel bridge for railways 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Definition, components of bridge, classification of bridges, selection of site , economical span, aesthetics consideration, necessary investigations and essential design data.
 Standard Specifications For Roads And Railways Bridges:
General, Indian Road Congress Bridge Code, width of carriage way, clearance, various loads to be considered for the design of roads and railway bridges, detailed explanation of IRC standard live loads.
 Design Consideration for R. C. C. Bridges:
Various types of R.C.C. bridges(brief description of each type) , design of R.C.C. culvert and Tbeam bridges.
 Design Consideration for Steel Bridges:
Various types of steel bridges (brief description of each), design of truss and plate girder bridges.
 Hydraulic & Structural Design:
Piers, abutments, wingwall and approaches.
 Brief Description:
Bearings, joints, articulation and other details.
 Bridge Foundation:
 Various types, necessary investigations and design criteria of well foundation.
References:
1. Essentials of Bridge Engineering, D.J.Victor, Oxford & IBH Pub.N.Delhi.
2. Design of Bridges, N.Krishna Raju, Oxford & IBH, N.Delhi.
3. Bridge Deck Analysis, R.P.Pama & A.R.Cusens, John Wiley & Sons.
4. Design of Bridge Structures, T.R.Jagadish & M.A.Jairam, Prentice Hall of India, N.Delhi.
CET404 
RAILWAY AND AIRPORT ENGINEERING 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation Engineering
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Understand the knowledge of various systems of railway, airport transportation. 
CO2 
Understand the design concept of railway track, runway, taxiways, etc. 
CO3 
Apply the concept of geometric design of railway track, runway, taxiway, etc. 
CO4 
Apply the knowledge of various signaling system for railway engineering, air traffic control navigational aids. 
Syllabus:
PartA Railway Engineering
1. Introduction, Permanent Way And Rails
Rail transportation and its importance in India. Permanent way: requirements and components. Gauges in India and abroad. Selection of gauge. Coning of wheels. Adzing of sleepers. Rails: functions, composition of rail steel, types of rail sections, requirements of an ideal rail section, length of rails. Defects in rails. Creep of rails. Long welded rails and continuously welded rails.
2. Sleepers, Fastenings And Ballast
Sleepers: functios, requirements of an ideal sleeper. Types of sleepers: wooden, cast iron, steel and concrete sleepers, advantages, disadvantages and suitability of each type. Sleeper density. Fastenings for various types of sleepers: fish plates, spikes, bolts, bearing plates, keys, chairs, jaws, tie bars. Elastic fastenings. Ballast: functions, requirements, types of ballast and their suitability.
3. Points And Crossings
Necessity. Turnout: various components, working principle. Switch: components, types. Crossing: components and types. Design elements of a turnout, design of a simple turnout. Layout plan of track junctions: crossovers, diamond crossing, singledouble slips, throw switch, turn table, triangle.
4. Signalling, Interlocking And Train Control
Signals: objects, types and classification. Semaphore signal: components, working principle. Requirements / principles of a good interlocking system. Brief introduction to devices used in interlocking. Methods of control of train movements: absolute block system, automatic block system, centralised train control and automatic train control systems.
5. Geometric Design Of The Track
Gradients, grade compensation. Superelevation, cant deficiency, negative superelevation. Maximum permissible speed on curves. Tractive resistances, types. Hauling capacity of a locomotive.
6. Stations, Yards And Track Maintenance
Stations: functions and classification. Junction, nonjunction and terminal stations. Yards: functions, types. Marshalling yard: functions, types. Maintenance of railway track: necessity, types of maintenance. Brief introduction to mechanised maintenance, M.S.P and D.T.M.
PartB Airport Engineering
1. Introduction And Airport Planning
Air transportation, its importance and characteristics, status in India. Layout plan of an airport and its basic elements: terminal area, apron, taxiway, runway, hanger. Aircraft characteristics, their effect on elements of an airport. Site selection of an airport. Classification of airports.
8. Runway Layout And Pavement Design
Runway orientation, Wind Rose diagram. Basic runway length. Corrections to basic runway length. Runway patterns. Difference between highway and runway pavement. Types of runway pavements. Design factors for runway pavement. Brief introduction to design of thickness of a runway pavement.
Note: In total 8 questions will be set, 6 from partA and 2 from partB. Candidates will be required to attempt 5 questions selecting atleast 1 from partB.
References:
 A text book of Railway Engineering by S.C.Saxena and S.P.Arora, Dhanpat Rai Publicatios, N.Delhi.
 Railway Track Engg. by J.S.Mundray, Tata McGrawHill Publishing Co. Ltd. N.Delhi.
 Airport Planning and Design by S.K.Khanna, M.G.Arora, Nem Chand Bros., Roorkee.
 The Planning and Design of Airports by Robort Hornjeff, McGraw Hill Book Co.
 Air Transportation Planning and Design by Virender Kumar & Satish Chandra, Galgotia Publications, N.Delhi.
CET406 
IRRIGATION ENGINEERINGII 
CC 
3 
1 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Hydrology and Irrigation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Plan an Irrigation System 
CO2 
Design irrigation canals and canal network 
CO3 
Plan and design diversion head works 
CO4 
Design irrigation canal structures 
CO5 
Analyze gravity and earth dams 
CO6 
Design spillways and energy dissipations works 
Syllabus:
 Regulation works:
Canal fallsnecessity and location, development of falls, design of cistern element , roughening devices, design of Sarda type fall, design of straight Glacis fall. Offtake alignment, crossregulator and distributory head regulators, devices to control silt entry into the offtaking channel and silt ejector, canal escapes, types of escapes.
 Cross drainage works:
Classification and their selection, hydraulic design aspects of aqueducts, syphon aqueducts, super passage, canal syphon and level crossing, design of transitions.
 Diversion canal headworks:
Various components and their functions, layout plan, selection of site for diversion headworks, Bligh's creep theory, Khosla's method of independent variables, use of Khosla's curves, various corrections, silt excluders.
 Storage Headworks:
Types of dams, selection of a site, gravity damtwo dimensional design, forces acting, stability criterion, elementary profile of a dam, cutoffs and drainage galleries, arch damsconstant angle and constant radius arch dam, simple design and sketchs, most economical angle, Earth dam, design principles, seepage through earth dams, seepage line, control of seepage, design of filters.
 Spillways and Energy Dissipators:
Essential requirements of spillway and spillway's capacity, types of spillways and their suitability, Ogee spillways, chute, side channel, shaft and syphon spillways, energy dissipation below spillways, stilling basins, USBR and I.S.Stilling Basins.
References:
 Irrigation,Water Resources and Water Power Engineering by P.N.Modi.
 Fundamentals on Irrigation Engineering by Bharat Singh.
 Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures by S.K.Garg.
 Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol.I & II by R.S.Varshney, Gupta & Gupta.
CET403 
ESTIMATION AND ACCOUNTS 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Building Materials, Construction and Design
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Prepare quantity estimates for buildings, roads, rails and canal works 
CO2 
Calculate the quantity of materials required for civil engineering works as per specifications 
CO3 
Evaluate contracts and tenders in construction practices 
CO4 
Prepare cost estimates 
Syllabus:
1. Estimate:
Principles of estimation, units, items of work, different kinds of estimates, different methods of estimation, estimation of materials in single room building, two roomed building with different sections of walls, foundation, floors and roofs, R.B. and R.VC.C. works, Plastering, Whitewashing, Distempering and painting, doors and windows, lump sum items, Estimates of canals, roads etc.
 Specification of Works:
Necessity of specifications, types of specifications, general specifications, specification for bricks, cement, sand, water, lime, reinforcement; Detailed specifications for Earthwork, Cement, concrete, brick work,floorings, D.P.C., R.C.C., cement plastering, white and colour washing, distempering, painting.
 Rate Analysis:
Purpose, importance and requirements of rate analysis, units of measurement, preparation of rate analysis, procedure of rate analysis for items: Earthwork, concrete works, R.C.C. works, reinforced brick work, plastering, painting, finishing(whitewashing, distempering).
 Public Works Account:
Introduction, function of P.W. department, contract, guidelines, types of contracts, their advantages and disadvantages, Tender and acceptance of tender, Earnest money, security money, retention money, measurement book, cash book, preparation, examination and payment of bills, first and final bills, administrative sanction, technical sanction.
References:
 Estimating and Costing for Building & Civil Engg.Works by P.L.Bhasin, S.Chand & Co., N.Delhi.
 Estimating, Costing & Specification in Civil Engg. by M.Chakarborty, Calcutta.
 Estimating & Costing in Civil Engg..: Theory & Practice by B.N.Dutta, S.Dutta & Co., Lucknow.
 Building Construction Estimating by George H.Cooper, McGraw Hill Book Co., New York.
CET410 
GROUND WATER ENGINEERING 
EC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Hydrology and Irrigation Engineering
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Evaluate groundwater resources using geophysical methods 
CO2 
Estimate aquifer parameters 
CO3 
Model regional groundwater flow and design water wells 
CO4 
Design water wells 
Syllabus:
Properties of Aquifers, Formation constants, compressibility of aqufers, Equation of motion for steady and unsteady ground water flow in isotropic homogeneous aquifers, Dupit's assumptions. Unconfined flow with a recharge, tile dtrain problem. Ground water exploration and methods of investigations.
Effect of boundaries, interference of water, leaky aquifers, Thiem's equilibrium formula for unconfined and confined aquifers and determination of hydraulic properties of aquifers. Partial penetration of an aquifer by a well, spherical flow in a well. Non equilibrium formula for aquifer(unsteady radial flows).
Tubewells, optimum capacity, silting of tubewell, design of tubewells in different aquifers, tubewell types, parts, bore hole, strains, its types, well pipe, casing pipe, blind pipe. Construction and working of tubewells, site selection, drilling operation, cable tool method, hydraulic method, rivers Rotary Method and drilling fluids, well screen assembly installation, verticality and alignment of tubewells, gravel packing, development of tubewells, sickness, inconstruction and corrosion and failure of tubewells, Pumping equipment and hydraulic testing of pumps.
Artificial recharge of ground water, considerations and methods, recharge
techniques induced infiltration, water spreading, flooding, basins, ditching, modification of natural channels, irrigation, recharge pits, shafts and recharge wells.
References:
 GroundwaterHydrology, D.K.Todd, John Wiley & Sons Inc.Newyork.
 Groundwater, H.M.Raghunath, Wiley Eastern Ltd., N.Delhi
CET412 
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 
EC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Environmental Engineering
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify the environmental attributes to be considered for the EIA study. 
CO2 
Formulate objectives of the EIA studies. 
CO3 
Identify the suitable methodology and prepare Rapid EIA. 
CO4 
Prepare EIA reports and environmental management plans. 
CO5 
Plan the methodology to monitor and review the relief and rehabilitation works. 
Syllabus:
1. Environment and Human Activity:
Resources, pollution, reuse and environmental management.
2. Management of Aquatic Environment:
Water quality controls. Drainage basin activities and water pollution. The impact of human activity on aquatic resources. The control measures, regional planning.
 Air Quality Management:
Atmosphere, effect of human activity on air quality, waste disposal alternative. Optimization, planning of waste disposal.
 Waste Management:
Impact of waste disposal of human activity.
 Land Use Management:
Impact of land use on human life. Control of hazards in land use, management of land use.
 Environmental Assessment:
National environmental policy, implication of environment assessment in design process. Preparation of assessment, quantification. General requirements of environmental standards. Techniques of setting standards.
7. Case studies of EIA of river valley projects and thermal power projects.
References:
 Environmental Impact Analysis by R.K.Jail and L.V.Urban
 Environmental Impact Assessment by Canter
 Environmental Impact Assessment by J.Glasson
CET442 
GEOSYNTHETICS ENGINEERING 
EC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of GeoTechnology
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify the functions of geosynthetics 
CO2 
Select the geosynthetic products 
CO3 
Identify the testing methods for geosynthetics 
CO4 
Design geosynthetic products 
Syllabus:
1. Basic Description of Geosynthetics:
Historical Development, The Nomenclature, Function, Use Around The World, Applications, Development in India.
2. Raw Materials – Their Durability And Ageing:
Raw Materials, Durability, Degrading Agencies, Polymers, Biological Resistance, Chemical Resistance, Weathering Resistance.
3. Manufacturing Methods:
Fibres, Yarn, Nonwoven Geotextiles, Woven geotextiles, D.S.F. Fabrics.
4. Geogrids – Testing And Evaluation:
Factors Influencing Testing, Sampling, Physical Properties, Mechanical Properties under Uniaxial loading, Creep Testing.
5. Erosion Control With Geogrids:
Wind Erosion, Rain Water Erosion, Erosion Control Measures, Placement of Geogrid.
6. Bearing Capacity Improvement With Geogrids:
Advantages, Mechanism. Modes of Failure, Friction Coefficient, Experimental Studies.
7. Application of Geosynthetics in Water Resources Projects:
Case Studies: Dharoidam, Hiran II Dam, Meda Creek Irrigation Scheme, Lining of Kakarapar Canal.
References:
1. Designing with Geosynthetics, (PrenticeHall) Robert M. Koerner
2. Engineering With Geosynthetics, (Tata McGrawHill) G.V. Rao & G.V.S. Raju
CET444 
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING 
EC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Design and conduct surveys to provide the data required for transportation planning. 
CO2 
Learn and understand zonal demand generation and attraction regression models. 
CO3 
Learn and understand demand distribution models (gravity models) and modal split models for mode choice analysis. 
CO4 
Develop and calibrate trip generation rates for specific types of land use developments. 
CO5 
Make final decisions among planning alternatives that best integrate multiple objectives such as technical feasibility and cost minimization. 
Syllabus:
1. TRANSPORT PLANNING PROCESS
Status of transportation in India. Objectives and scope of transport planning.Urban, regional and national transport planning. Transport planning process, various stages. Land use and traffic.
2. TRANSPORTATION SURVEY
Definition of study area. Zoning. Types of surveys. OD surveys. Inventories of existing transport facilities, land use and economic activities.
3 . TRIP GENERATION
Trip purpose. Factors affecting trip generation. Trip generation estimation by multiple linear regression analysis, brief review of category analysis, advantages and limitations of these methods.
4. TRIP DISTRIBUTION
Methods of trip distribution. Basic concepts of uniform factor method, average factor method and opportunity model. Trip distribution by gravity model.
5. TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT
Principles of assignment. Assignment techniques. All or nothing assignment. Brief review of multipath assignment, capacity restraint assignment and diversion curves.
6. MODAL SPLIT
General considerations for modal split. Factors affecting modal split. Brief introduction to various methods of modal split.
7. EVALUATION
Need for evaluation. Several plans to be formulated. Testing. Considerations in evaluation. Economic evaluation, basic principles, brief introduction to various methods of economic evaluation, comparison.
8. MASS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEMS
Problems of Urban Transport. Introduction to MRTS. Requirements of MRTS. Types of MRTS. MRTS in India
References:
 Traffic Engg. And Transport Planning by L.R.Kadiyali, Khanna Publishers, Delhi.
 Highway Engg by S.K.Khanna & C.E.G. Justo, Nem Chand Bros., Roorkee.
 Introduction to Transport Planning by Bruton, M.J., Hutchinson Technical Education, London.
CET446 
INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT METHOD 
EC 
3 
2 
0 
4 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Mathematical Methods, Structural Analysis
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Develop shape functions and stiffness matrices for spring and bar elements 
CO2 
Develop global stiffness matrices and global load vectors 
CO3 
Apply natural and arial coordinate systems to constant strain triangle and linear strain triangle elements 
CO4 
Analyze planar structural systems using finite element modelling 
Syllabus:
 Introduction:
Field conditions, boundary conditions, functional approximation, finite differences method, development of finite element method.
 Element Properties:
Displacement models, relation between the nodal degrees of freedom and generalized coordinates, convergence requirements, natural coordinate systems, shape functions, element strains and stresses, development of element stiffness, matrix and equivalent nodal loads, static condensation.
 Isoparametric Elements:
Isoparametric, superparametric and subparamatric elements, computation of stiffness matrix of isoparametric elements, convergence criteria for isoparametric elements, numerical integration technique using Gauss Quadrature.
 One Dimensional Element:
Truss element, analysis of plane truss problem, Hermitian beam element, beam on elastic foundation, solution of beam problem.
 Plane Stress and Plane Strain Analysis:
Triangular elements, rectangular elements, isoparametric elements, patch test, axisymmetric solid element.
 Plane Bending Analysis:
Displacement functions, plate bending elements, reduced integration, stress smoothing technique.
 Conduction Heat Transfer:
Formulation of finite element method for heat conduction, various weighted residual techniques, one dimensional heat conduction, two dimensional conduction heat transfer.
 Direct Stiffness Method of Analysis and Solution Technique:
Assemblage of elements, direct stiffness method, boundary conditions and reactions, Gauss elimination and matrix decompsition.
 Finite Element Analysis Software:
Preand Postprocessors finite element analysis software, error estimates and adaptive meshing.
References:
 Krishnamurthy, C.S.,'Finite Element AnalysisTheory and Programming', TMH Pub.N.Delhi.
 Cook, R.D.,Malkus,D.S. and Plesha,M.E.,'Concept and Applications of Finite Element Analysis', John Wiley & Sons, New York.
 Desai, C.S. and Abel,J.F.,'Introduction to the Finite Element Method', Affiliated EastWest Press Pvt.Ltd.N.Delhi.
 Manicka Selvam,V.K.,'Finite Element Primer', Dhanpat Rai Pub.,N.Delhi.
CET424 
IRRIGATION ENGINEERING DESIGN & DRAWING (P) 
CC 
0 
0 
2 
1.5 
Internal: 60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Irrigation Engineering and Structural AnalysisI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Design irrigation canals and canal network 
CO2 
Plan and design diversion head works 
CO3 
Design irrigation canal structures 
CO4 
Analyze gravity and earth dams 
CO5 
Design spillways and energy dissipations works 
Syllabus:
Complete design and drawing of the following:
 Design of weirs and barrages on permeable foundation for surface and sub surface flow conditions.
 Design of Guide Banks.
 Flood Routing using step by step method.
 Design of Syphon Aquaduct.
 Design of Sarda type fall & sloping glacis fall.
 Seepage line in a homogeneous earth dams on impermeable foundation with horizontal drainage.
 Design of Ogee Spillway and stilling basin.
Note: Emphasis would be given to the computer aided designs of some of above structures.
CET 
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 
OEC 
4 
 
0 
3.5 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: None
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Identify environmental problems arising due to engineering and technological activities and the science behind those problems. 
CO2 
Estimate the population  economic growth, energy requirement and demand. 
CO3 
Analyse material balance for different environmental systems. 
CO4 
Realize the importance of ecosystem and biodiversity for maintaining ecological balance. 
CO5 
Identify the major pollutants and abatement devices for environmental management and sustainable development 
Unit 1 : Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies
Definition, scope and importance
Need for public awareness.
Unit 2 : Natural Resources :
Renewable and nonrenewable resources :
Natural resources and associated problems
a) Forest resources : Use and overexploitation, deforestation, case studies. Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forest and tribal people.
b) Water resources : Use and overutilization of surface and ground water, floods, drought, conflicts over water, damsbenefits and problems.
c) Mineral resources : Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources, case studies.
d) Food resources : World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizerpesticide problems, water logging, salinity, case studies.
e) Energy resources : Growing energy needs, renewable and non renewable energy sources, use of alternate energy sources. Case studies.
f) Land resources : Land as a resource, land degradation, man induced landslides, soil erosion and desertification.
• Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources.
• Equitable use of resoureces for sustainable lifestyles.
Unit 3 : Ecosystems
Concept of an ecosystem, Structure and function of an ecosystem, Producers, consumers and decomposers, Energy flow in the ecosystem, Ecological succession, Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids, Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following ecosystem :
 Forest ecosystem
 Grassland ecosystem
 Desert ecosystem
 Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries
Unit 4 : Biodiversity and its conservation
Introduction – Definition : genetic, species and ecosystem diversity, Biogeographical classification of India, Value of biodiversity : consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and option values, Biodiversity at global, National and local levels, India as a megadiversity nation, Hotsports of biodiversity, Threats to biodiversity : habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, manwildlife conflicts, Endangered and endemic species of India, Conservation of biodiversity : Insitu and Exsitu conservation of biodiversity.
Unit 5 : Environmental Pollution
Definition, Cause, effects and control measures of 
 Air pollution
 Water pollution
 Soil pollution
 Marine pollution
 Noise pollution
 Thermal pollution
 Nuclear hazards
Solid waste Management : Causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes.
• Role of an individual in prevention of pollution.
• Pollution case studies.
• Diaster management : floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides.
Unit 6 : Social Issues and the Environment
From Unsustainable to Sustainable development, Urban problems related to energy, Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management, Resettlement and rahabilitation of people; its problems and concerns, Case Studies, Environmental ethics : Issues and possible solutions. Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear
accidents and holocaust, Case Studies, Wasteland reclamation, Consumerism and waste products, Environment Protection Act, Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Forest Conservation Act, Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation, Public awareness.
Unit 7 : Human Population and the Environment
Population growth, variation among nations, Population explosion – Family Welfare Programme, Environment and human health, Human Rights, Value Education, HIV/AIDS, Women and Child Welfare, Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health, Case Studies.
Unit 8 : Field work
Visit to a local area to document environmental assets river/forest/grassland/hill/mountain Visit to a local polluted siteUrban/Rural/Industrial/Agricultural
 Study of common plants, insects, birds.
 Study of simple ecosystemspond, river, hill slopes, etc. (Field work Equal to 5 lecture hours)
CET422 
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING – II (P) 
EC 
 
 
2 
1 
Internal: 60 Marks 
End Term: 40 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Transportation EngineeringI
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Conduct traffic studies for estimating traffic flow characteristics 
CO2 
Characterize the pavement materials 
CO3 
Perform quality control tests on pavements and pavement materials 
CO4 
Estimate earth work from longitudinal and crosssection details 
Syllabus:
 Flakiness and Elongation Index of aggregates.
 Specific gravity and water absorption test on aggregates.
 Specific gravity of bitumen.
 Proportioning of aggregates.
 Marshall’s stability test.
 Stripping test on aggregates.
 Determination of bitumen content.
 CBR lab test on soil.
 Traffic volume study using videography technique.
 Traffic speed study using videography technique.
CET426 to CET450 
PROJECT I 
CC 
0 
0 
4 
3 
Internal: 50 Marks 
End Term: 50 Marks 
Total: 100 Marks 
Prerequisites:
Corse Outcome: On completion of the course, the students shall be able to:
CO1 
Work in a team to select a problem for project work 
CO2 
Review and evaluate the available literature on the chosen problem 
CO3 
Formulate the methodology to solve the identified problem 
CO4 
Apply the principles, tools and techniques to solve the problem 
CO5 
Prepare and present project report 
LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVEI FOR VII SEMESTER
Sr. Course No. Name of Subject Remarks
1. CET419 Hydro Electric Power Development
2. CET421 Concrete Technology
3. CET423 Environmental Engg.
4. CET425 Machine Foundations
5. COT471 Fundamentals of Software Engg.
6. COT473 Fundamentals of Database Systems
7 COT475 Fundamentals of Computer Hardware Technologies
8. COT477 Artificial Intelligence
9. ET461 NonConventional Energy Sources
10. ET463 System Modeling and Control Only for C and M
11. ET465 Fault Tolerance and Reliability Engg.
12. ET467 Illumination Engg.
13. ET469 Microprocessors and Applications Only for C and M
14. ET431 Transducers and Applications Only for C and M
15. ECT431 eBusiness
16. ECT433 Radio and TV Engineering
17. ECT435 Acoustic Engineering
18. ECT437 Measurement Systems
19. ECT439 Basic Communications Engg.
20. MET429 Industrial Robotics
21. MET431 Cryogenic Engg.
22. MET433 Industrial Noise and Control
23. MET435 Computer graphics and product Design
24. MET437 Piping Engg.
25. MET439 Process Equipment Design
26. MET441 Industrial Engg. And Organization Not for M.
27. CHT463 Metals and Alloys
28. HuE461 Modern Trends in Management
29. HuE463 Industrial Social Responsibility
30. HuE467 Development and Planning in Indian Economy
31. HuE475 Advance Communication Skills in English
32. MaE467 Advanced MathematicsI
33. PhE465 Lasers
34. PhE467 Ultrasonics
LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVEII FOR VIII SEMESTER
Sr. Course No. Name of Subject Remarks
1. CET414 River mechanics & Flood Control
2. CET416 Geosynthetics Engg.
3. CET418 Introduction to Finite Element Method
4. CET420 Transport Planning
5. COT472 Fundamentals of Operating Systems
6. COT474 Fundamentals of Computer Networks
7. COT476 Object Oriented Software Engg.
8. COT478 Expert Systems
9. COT480 Security and Cryptography
10. ET462 Energy Management and Conservation ( All except E)
11. ET464 Robotic Dynamics and Control
12. ET466 Reliability Centered Maintenance
13. ET468 Process Instrumentation & Control
14. ET470 ANNs and Fuzzy logic
15. ET472 Control and Guidance
16. ET474 Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
17. ECT436 IC Fabrication Processes
18. ECT438 Opamp Applications
19. ECT440 Theory and Application of DSP
20. ECT442 Mobile Communication
21 MET428 NonConventional Energy Systems
22. MET430 Value Engg.
23. MET432 Pneumatics & Hydraulics Control
24. MET434 Material Handling
25. MET436 Computer Modeling & Software Engg.
26. MET438 Air Pollution and its Control
27. ChT464 Polymer Technology
28. HuE462 Entrepreneurship
29. Hue464 Human Resource Management
30. * *Intellectual Property Rights
31. MaE468 Advanced MathematicsII
32. PhE468 NonDestructive Testing
33. PhE470 Transducers & their Applications
(‘*’ Subject to the final approval of BOS AS & Hum.)
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH.(CIVIL) DEGREE COURSE
III SEMESTER EXAMINATION
 Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration
L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract./ Marks of
Viva Exam.
Voce (Hrs.)

CET201 Structural AnalysisI 3 2  5 100 50  150 3
CET203 Building Construction 4  2 6 100 50  150 3
Materials & Drawing
CET205 Fluid MechanicsI 3 2  5 100 50  150 3
CET207 SurveyingI 3 1  4 75 50  125 3
CET209 Engineering Geology 3 1  4 75 50  125 3
MAT201 Mathematics III 3 1  4 75 50  125 3
CET211 Structural MechanicsI(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET213 Fluid MechanicsI(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET215 SurveyingI(P)   3 3  50 25 75 3

19 7 9 35 525 400 75 1000

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH.(CIVIL) DEGREE COURSE
IV SEMESTER EXAMINATION

Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration
L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract./ Marks of
Viva Exam.
Voce (Hrs.)

CET202 Structural AnalysisII 3 2  5 75 50  125 3
CET204 Design of Steel StructuresI 3  2 5 75 50  125 3
CET206 Fluid MechanicsII 3 2  5 75 50  125 3
CET208 Soil Mechanics 3 2  5 75 50  125 3
CET210 SurveyingII 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET212 Fluid MechanicsII(P)   2 2  50 25 75 3
CET214 Soil Mechanics(P)   2 2  50 25 75 3
CET216 SurveyingII(P)   2 2  50 25 75 3
CET218 Engineering Geology(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
HUT201 Industrial sociology 2 1  3 75 50  125 3

17 8 10 35 450 450 100 1000


Note: Students shall devote 4 weeks to Survey Camp after 4th semester examination.
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH.(CIVIL) DEGREE COURSE
V SEMESTER EXAMINATION

Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration
L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract./ Marks of
Viva Exam.
Voce (Hrs.)

CET301 Structural AnalysisIII 3 2  5 75 50  125 3
CET303 Design of Concrete StructuresI 4 2  6 100 50  150 4
CET305 Hydrology 3 2  5 75 50  125 3
CET307 GeotechnologyI 3 2 5 75 50  125 3
CET309 Project Planning & Management 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
HUT301 Principle of Management 3 1  4 75 50  125 3
CET311 Structural MechanicsII(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET313 Concrete Lab(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET315 Geotechnology (P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET317 Survey Camp      100  100 

19 10 6 35 475 450 75 1000


SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH(CIVIL)DEGREE COURSE
VI SEMESTER EXAMINATION

Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration
L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract./ Marks of
Viva Exam.
Voce (Hrs.)

CET302 Design of Steel StructuresII 3 ` 2 5 100 50  150 3
CET304 Irrigation EngineeringI 3 2  5 100 50  150 3
CET306 Water Resources & Systems 3 2  5 100 50  150 3
Engineering
CET308 GeotechnologyII 3 2  5 100 50  150 3
CET310 Transportation EngineeringI 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET312 Water Supply & Treatment 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET314 Transportation Engg.I(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET316 Environmental Engg.I(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET318 Computer Applications   3 3  50 50 100 3

18 8 9 35 550 350 100 1000

Note: Students shall devote 6 weeks to training after sixth semester examination outside the college campus at approved works.
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH.(CIVIL)DEGREE COURSE
VII SEMESTER EXAMINATION

Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration
L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract./ Marks of
Viva Exam.
Voce (Hrs.)

CET401 Design of Concrete StructuresII 4   4 100   100 4
CET403 Irrigation EngineeringII 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET405 Transportation Engg.II 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET407 Sewerage & Sewage Treatment 2 1  3 75 25  100 3
CET409 Concrete StructuresII(Drg,)   3 3  50 25 75 3
CET411 Irrigation Engg.Design & Drawing   3 3  50 25 75 3
DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVEI 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET413 Elements of Earthquake
Engineering
OR
CET415 Rock Mechanics
OR
CET417 Advanced Traffic Engineering
OPEN ELECTIVEI
CET419 to CET425 3 1  4 75 50  125 3
PROJECTI   6 6  100 50 150 3
CET427 Geotechnical Engineering OR
CET429 Transportation Engineering OR
CET431 Environmental Engineering
CET433 Practical Training Report       75 75 3

18 5 12 35 475 350 175 1000

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH.(CIVIL)DEGREE COURSE
VIII SEMESTER EXAMINATION

Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Total Duration
L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Pract./ Marks of
Viva Exam.
Voce (Hrs.)

CET402 Bridge Engineering 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET404 Railway & Airport Engineering 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET406 Industrial Waste Water Treatment 3 1  4 75 25  100 3
CET408 Estimation & Accounts   3 3  25 25 50 3
DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVEII 3 2  5 75 25  100 3
CET410 Ground Water Engineering OR
CET412 Environmental Impact Assesment
OPEN ELECTIVEII 3 1  4 75 50  125 3
CET414 to CET420
CET422 Transportation Engg.II(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
CET424 Environmental Engg.II(P)   2 2  25 25 50 3
PROJECTII
CET426 Structural Engineering OR   6 6  100 50 150 3
CET428 Water Resources Engineering
CET430 Seminar  1  1  25  25 3
CET432 Comprehensive VivaVoce       75 75 3
CET434 General Fitness &       75 75 3
Professional Aptitude

15 7 13 35 375 350 275 1000
