Aims of the Course:

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like bridges, roads, canals, dams, and buildings. It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines including environmental engineering, geo-technical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, municipal or urban engineering, water resources engineering, materials engineering, coastal engineering, surveying, and construction engineering. Civil engineering takes place on all levels: in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies.

Course Duration:

The Course for the Diploma in Civil Engineering shall extend over a period of three academic years, consisting of 6 semesters and the first year is common to all engineering branches.

Eligibility:

  • For I year-Passed 10th/SSC/Matric /CBSC/ANGLO
  • For II year (Lateral entry) –Passed 12th science with Vocational/ Technical (or) 10th + (2 years I.T.I) with appropriate specialization

Vision

To impart knowledge and excellence in civil engineering and technology with global perspectives to the students and to make them ethically strong engineers to build our nation.

Mission

To produce civil engineers with high caliber, technical skills ethical values to serve the society and nation.

CURRICULUM AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Diploma In Civil Engineering (Full Time)

Total Curriculum Hours : 35 Hours / Week
Total Working Hours : 35 Hours / Week 16 weeks / Semester

M- Scheme

I SEMESTER

S.No SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
1 30011 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH I
2 30012 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I
3 30013 ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
4 30014 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY I
5 30015 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I
6 30016 ENGINEERING PHYSICS I PRACTICAL
7 30017 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY I PRACTICAL
8 30018 WORKSHOP PRACTICE

II SEMESTER :

S.No SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
1 30021 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH II
2 30022 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II
3 30023 APPLIED MATHEMATICS
4 30024 ENGINEERING PHYSICS II
5 30025 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY II
6 30026 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS II
7 30027 ENGINEERING PHYSICS II PRACTICAL
8 30028 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY II PRACTICAL

III SEMESTER

S.No SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
1 21031 Engineering Mechanics
2 21032 Construction Materials and Construction Practice
3 21033 Surveying - I
4 21034 Civil Engineering Drawing I
5 21035 Material Testing Lab - I
6 21036 Surveying Practice - I
7 20001 Computer Application Practical

IV SEMESTER :

S.No SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
1 21041 Theory of Structures
2 21042 Theory of Engineering
3 21043 Surveying Practise - II
4 21044 Estimating and Costing - I
5 21045 Material Testing Lab - II
6 21046 Surveying Practice II
7 21047 CAD In Civil Engineering Drawing - I

V SEMESTER

S.No SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
1 21051 Structural Engineering
2 21052 Environmental Engineering and Pollution Control
3 21071
21072
Elective Theory I
a. Building Services
b. Remote Sensing and GIS
4 21073 Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
5 21054 Civil Engineering Drawing II
6 21055 Construction Practise Lab
7 21056 CAD in Civil Engineering Drawing II
8 20002** Communication & Life Skill Practical

VI SEMESTER :

S.No SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
1 21061 Construction Management with MIS
2 21062 Hydraulics
3 21081
21082
Elective Theory II
a. Steel Structures
b. Town Planning
4 21083 EarthQuake Enginnering
5 21084 Advanced Construction Technology
6 21064 Estimating & Costing II
7 21065 Hydraulics & Plumbing Lab
8 21066 Computer Applications in Civil Engineering
9 21067 Project Work
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