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COURSE STRUCTURE
B.TECH.(CE)

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B.Tech. (Civil Engineering)

First Semester

TEACHING
S. CONTACTS
CODE SUBJECT SCHEME CREDITS
NO. HR/WK
L T P
1. AHM101 Mathematics I 3 1 0 4 4
2. AHP101 Engineering Physics I 2 1 0 3 3
Fundamentals of Computer &
3. CSE101 2 0 0 2 2
Programming
MEE102/ Basic Thermodynamics/ Electrical
4. 3 1 0 4 4
EEE101 Engineering
AHC101/ Engineering Chemistry/ Manufacturing
5. 3 1 0 4 4
MEE101 Process
MEE103/ Applied Mechanics/
6. 3 1 0 4 4
ECE101 Electronics Engineering
PRACTICALS
7. AHE183 English in Practice I 0 0 3 2 3
MEE182/ Engineering Drawing/
8. 0 0 3 2 3
MEE181 EWS Practice Lab
AHC181/ Chemistry Lab/
9. 0 0 2 1 2
AHP181 Physics Lab
10. CSE181 Computer Programming Lab 0 0 2 1 2
MEE183/ Applied Mechanics Lab/ Electrical &
11. 0 0 2 1 2
EEE181 Electronics Lab
12. CSE197 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 -
TOTAL 16 5 12 29 33

Second Semester

TEACHING
S. CONTACTS
CODE SUBJECT SCHEME CREDITS
NO. HRS/WK
L T P
1. AHM102 Mathematics II 3 1 0 4 4
2. AHP102 Engineering Physics - II 2 1 0 3 3
3. CSE102 Problem Solving using Computers 2 0 0 2 2
EEE101/ Electrical Engineering/ Basic
4. 3 1 0 4 4
MEE102 Thermodynamics
MEE101/ Manufacturing Process/ Engineering
5. 3 1 0 4 4
AHC101 Chemistry
ECE101/ Electronics Engineering/
6. 3 1 0 2 4
MEE103 Applied Mechanics
PRACTICALS
7. AHE184 English in Practice II 0 0 3 2 3
MEE181/
8. EWS Practice Lab / Engineering Drawing 0 0 3 2 3
MEE182
AHP181/ Physics Lab/
9. 0 0 2 1 2
AHC181 Chemistry Lab
10. CSE182 Problem Solving Lab 0 0 2 1
EEE181/ Electrical & Electronics Lab/
11. Applied Mechanics Lab
0 0 2 1 2
MEE183
12. CSE198 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 -
TOTAL 16 5 12 29 33

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Third Semester

S. SUBJECT PERIODS CONTACT


SUBJECT CREDITS
No. CODE L T P HRS/WK
AHM 201 Mathematics III / Computer-based
1 3 1 0 4 4
AHM 202 Numerical and Statistical Techniques
CEE 201
2 Environmental Studies / Ethics & Values 2 0 0 2 2
AHE 201
3 CEE 211 Mechanics of Solids 3 1 0 4 4
4 CEE 212 Mechanics of Fluids 3 1 0 4 4
Engineering Geology and Civil Engineering
5 CEE 213 4 1 0 5 5
Materials
6 CEE 214 Surveying 3 1 0 4 4
PRACTICALS
7 CEE 282 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
8 CEE 283 Building Materials and Concrete Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
9 CEE 284 Surveying Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
10 AHE 281 Soft Skills - I 0 0 2 1 2
11 CEE 297 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 0
TOTAL 18 5 8 28 31

Fourth Semester

PERIODS
S. SUBJECT CONTACT
SUBJECT CREDITS
No. CODE L T P HRS/WK
AHM 201 Mathematics III / Computer-based
1 3 1 0 4 4
AHM 202 Numerical and Statistical Techniques
CEE 201
2 Environmental Studies / Ethics & Values 2 0 0 2 2
AHE 201
3 CEE 221 Structural Analysis - I 3 1 0 4 4
4 CEE 222 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines 3 1 0 4 4
5 CEE 223 Geoinformatics 3 1 0 4 4
6 CEE 224 Water Supply Engineering 2 1 0 3 3
PRACTICALS
8 CEE 292 Channel Hydraulics Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
9 CEE 293 Structural Analysis Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
10 CEE 294 Geoinformatics Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
11 AHE 282 Soft Skills - II 0 0 2 1 2
12 CEE 298 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 0
TOTAL 16 5 8 26 29

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Fifth Semester

S. SUBJECT PERIODS CONTACT


SUBJECT CREDITS
No. CODE L T P HRS/WK
AHE 301/ Technical Writing / Principles of
1 2 1/0 0 3/2 3/2
MBA 303 Management
2 CEE 311 Concrete Structures I 3 1 0 4 4
3 CEE 312 Soil Mechanics 3 1 0 4 4
4 CEE 313 Structural Analysis II 3 1 0 4 4
5 CEE 314 Waste Water and Solid Waste Management 3 1 0 4 4
6 CEE 315 Quantity Survey and Estimation 1 2 0 2 3
PRACTICALS
7 CEE 382 Soil Mechanics Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
Water and Waste Water Analysis
8 CEE 383 0 0 2 1 2
Laboratory
9 CEE 384 CAD Laboratory 0 0 4 2 4
10 AHE 381 Soft Skills III 0 0 2 1 2
11 CEE 397 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 0
12 CEE 385 Engineering Survey Camp * 0 0 0 2 0
TOTAL 15 7 10 29/28 32/31

*To Be Held at the End of the 5th Semester and of 07 Days Duration.

Sixth Semester

S. SUBJECT PERIODS CONTACT


SUBJECT CREDITS
No. CODE L T P HRS/WK
AHE 301/ Technical Writing /
1 2 0/1 0 2/3 2/3
MBA 303 Principles of Management
2 CEE 321 Concrete Structures II 3 1 0 4 4
3 CEE 322 Water Resources Engineering I 3 1 0 4 4
4 CEE 323 Geotechnical Engineering 3 1 0 4 4
5 CEE 324 Transportation Engineering - I 3 1 0 4 4
6 CEE 325 Building Construction & Planning 2 0 0 2 2
PRACTICALS
7 CEE 392 Structural Detailing Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
8 CEE 393 Transportation Engineering Laboratory 0 0 2 1 2
9 CEE 394 Computer-aided Building Drawing 0 0 2 1 2
9 CEE 395 Colloquium (Seminar) 0 0 2 1 2
10 AHE 382 Soft Skills - IV 0 0 2 1 2
11 CEE 398 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 0
TOTAL 16 4/5 10 26/27 30/31

At the End of the Sixth Semester, Students Would Undergo An Industrial Training of Minimum Four Weeks.
This would be Evaluated in the Seventh Semester.

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Seventh Semester

S. SUBJECT PERIODS CONTACT


SUBJECT CREDITS
No. CODE L T P HRS/WK
1 CEE 411 Steel Structures I 3 1 0 4 4
2 CEE 412 Water Resources Engineering II 3 1 0 4 4
3 CEE 413 Transportation Engineering II 3 1 0 4 4
4 Elective I 3 1 0 4 4
5 Open Elective 3 1 0 4 4
PRACTICALS
6 CEE 483 Industrial Training 0 0 2 1 2
7 CEE 484 Project 0 0 6 3 6
8 CEE 497 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 0
TOTAL 15 5 8 25 28

Eighth Semester

S. SUBJECT PERIODS CONTACT


SUBJECT CREDITS
No. CODE L T P HRS/WK
Construction Technology and
1 CEE 421 3 1 0 4 4
Management
2 CEE 422 Earthquake Resistant Design 3 1 0 4 4
3 CEE 423 Steel Structures II 3 1 0 4 4
4 Elective - II 3 1 0 4 4
5 Elective - III 3 1 0 4 4
PRACTICALS
5 CEE 492 Project 0 0 14 7 14
6 CEE 498 General Proficiency 0 0 0 1 0
TOTAL 15 5 14 28 34

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ELECTIVE-I
S. CODE SUBJECT TEACHING SCHEME CREDITS CONTACTS
NO. L T P HR/WK
Matrix Analyses of
1. CEE 431 3 1 0 4 4
Structures
2. CEE 432 Hydropower Engineering 3 1 0 4 4
Ground Improvement
3. CEE 433 3 1 0 4 4
Engineering
Transportation Systems
4. CEE 434 3 1 0 4 4
and Planning
Rural Water Supply and
5. CEE 435 3 1 0 4 4
Sanitation

ELECTIVE-II
S. CODE SUBJECT TEACHING SCHEME CREDITS CONTACTS
NO. L T P HR/WK
Plastic Analyses of
1. CEE 436 3 1 0 4 4
Structures
2. CEE 437 Finite Element Method 3 1 0 4 4
3. CEE 438 Hydraulic Structures 3 1 0 4 4
Earth and Earth Retaining
4. CEE 439 3 1 0 4 4
Structures
Environmental
5. CEE 440 3 1 0 4 4
Management for Industries
6. CEE 441 Machine Foundation Design 3 1 0 4 4

ELECTIVE-III
S. CODE SUBJECT TEACHING SCHEME CREDITS CONTACTS
NO. L T P HR/WK
1. CEE 442 Advanced Concrete Designs 3 1 0 4 4
Advanced Foundation
2. CEE 443 3 1 0 4 4
Design
Town Planning and
3. CEE 444 3 1 0 4 4
Architecture
Industrial Pollution Control
4. CEE 445 3 1 0 4 4
And Environmental Audit
5. CEE 446 Ground Water Management 3 1 0 4 4

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SYLLABUS
B.TECH.(CE)

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AHM 101: MATHEMATICS I

Credits: 04 Semester I LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Differential Calculus: Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz Theorem, Partial
Differentiation, Eulers Theorem on Homogeneous Functions, Differentiation of
I Composite and Implicit Functions, Total Derivatives, Leibnitz Rule of 14
Differentiation Under the Integral Sign, Jacobian, Extreme of Functions of
Several Variables, Lagranges Method of Undetermined Multipliers.
Ordinary Differential Equations: Introduction, Variables Separable & Linear
Form of I Order and I Degree ODEs, Linear Differential Equations of Nth Order
II with Constant Coefficients, Euler Cauchy Equations, Simultaneous Linear 14
Differential Equations. Method of Variation of Parameters, Applications to
Engineering Problems.
Matrices: Inverse of Matrix by Elementary Transformations, Rank of Matrix,
Solution of Systems of Linear Equations, Linear Dependence And
III 11
Independence, Complex Matrices, Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors, Cayley
Hamilton Theorem, Diagonalization by Similarity Transformation.

Reference Books:

E. Kreyszig, Advanced Engg. Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons, 9th Ed.
Peter V.ONeil, Advanced Engg. Mathematics, Thomson Learning.
M.D.Greenberg, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Pearson Education Inc.
Bali &Goyal, A Text Book of Engg. Mathematics, Infinity Science Press, U.S.A.
Allen Jeffrey Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Academic Press, Elseveir.
B.V.Ramanna, Higher Engg. Mathematics, TMH.

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AHP101: ENGINEERING PHYSICS I

Credits: 03 Semester I LTP: 210


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Interference: Interference of light, Principle of superposition and coherence of
light, Interference due to division of wave front and division of amplitude,
Theory of biprism experiment, wedge shaped films, Newtons rings.
I 10
Diffraction: Diffraction of light, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, diffraction
due to single slit and N-slits, Plane diffraction grating, dispersive power of
grating, Rayleighs criterion and resolving power of grating and application.
Polarization: Introduction to polarization fundamentals, Phenomenon of
double refraction, Nicol prism, Production and analysis of plane, circularly and
elliptically polarized light, Quarter and half wave plates, Fresnels theory of
optical activity, Specific rotation, Biquartzpolarimeters.
Laser: Spontaneous and stimulated emission of radiation, Einsteins
II 10
coefficients, Principle of laser, Ruby laser, Semiconductor laser, coherence,
characteristics of laser beam and coherence property, laser applications.
Fiber Optics: Introduction, Principle of optical fiber, Classification of fibers,
acceptance angle and acceptance cone, Numerical aperture, Propagation
mechanism and attenuation in optical fiber.
Relativistic Mechanics: Basic Concepts, Inertial & non-inertial frames,
Galilean Transformations, Michelson- Morley experiment, Einsteins postulates,
III 10
Lorentz transformation equations, Length contraction, Time dilation, Addition
of velocities, Variation of mass with velocity, Mass energy equivalence.

Reference Books:

Optics Ajoy Ghatak (TMH).


Optics-Brijlal & Subramaniam (S. Chand).
Optical Fibre& Laser - Anuradha De. (New Age).
Introduction to Special Theory of Relativity - Robert Resnick - Wiely& Sons.
Fundamental of Physics - Resnick, Halliday & Walker (Wiely).

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CSE101: FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER & PROGRAMMING

Credits: 02 Semester I LTP: 200


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Introduction: Computer System, Generations of Computers, Classification of
Computers.
Introduction to Operating System: Batch Processing, Multi Programming,
Multi User, Multi Tasking and Real Time Operating Systems.
Computer Network: Introduction, Types and Applications.
I 7
Number System: Decimal, Binary, Hexadecimal and Octal Number Systems
and Their Inter Conversions.
Generations of Programming Languages: Low, Assembly, High and 4GL.
Language Processors: Compiler, Interpreter and Assembler, Linker, Loader,
Algorithms and Flowcharts.
Introduction to The C Language: Structure of a C Program, Standard Input
and Output in C, Operators and Expression, Type Conversion.
II 7
Control Structures: Switch- Case, If -Else, While, Do- While and For Loop,
Break and Continue Statement, Nested Loops.
Array: Introduction, Single and Multidimensional Arrays- Declaration,
Initialization, Address Calculation.
III Operations on Arrays: Insertion, Deletion, Searching and Sorting. 7
Strings: Declaration, Initialization, Input and Output of Strings, String Handling
Functions.

Text Book:

Behrouz A. Forouzan and Richard F. Gilberg: Computer Science A structured Programming Approach
Using C, C Language Learning, 2007.

Reference Books:

K. N. King, C Programming A Modern Approach, W. W. Norton, 2nd Edition, 2008.


Kernighan and Ritche, The C Programming Language, PHI, 2nd Edition, 2011.
P. Dey and M. Ghosh, Programming in C, Oxford University Press 1st Edition, 2000.

Outcome:

At the end of the course, students will be able to understand:


A new programming language well enough to implement simple algorithms.
The strengths and weaknesses of programming languages as well as the domains for which they are
intended.
The implementation, testing, debugging, and documentation procedures of programs in C.

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EEE101: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Credits: 04 Semester I/II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
D C Circuit Analysis and Network Theorems: Circuit Concepts, Active and
Passive Elements, Electrical Energy Sources, Linear & Non-Linear Network,
Unilateral and Bilateral Elements, Source Transformation. Kirchhoffs Laws,
Loop and Nodal Methods of Analysis, Star-Delta Transformation.
Network Theorems: Superposition Theorem, Thevenins Theorem, Nortons
Theorem, and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.
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Steady- State Analysis of Single Phase AC Circuits: AC Fundamentals,
Waveforms or Wave Shapes, Average and Effective Values, Form and Peak
Factors, Concept of Phasor, Phasor Algebra & Phasor Representation. Analysis
of Series, Parallel and Series-Parallel RLC Circuits, Complex Power, Power
Triangle, Power Factor, Introduction to Resonance in Series and Parallel
Circuits (Numerical Problems).
Three Phase AC Circuits & Measuring Instruments: Generation &
Advantages of Three Phase System, Phase Sequence, Star and Delta
Connections, Balanced Supply and Balanced Load, Line and Phase
Voltage/Current Relations, Three-Phase Power and its Measurement by Two
Wattmeter Method. Construction and Working Principles of PMMC, M.I., Single
Phase Dynamometer and Induction Type Energy Meter.
II Magnetic Circuit & Single Phase Transformer Analogy Between Electric & 13
Magnetic Circuits, Magnetic Leakage & Fringing, B-H Curve, Hysteresis and
Eddy Current Losses, Concept of Mutual and Self Induction, Principle of
Operation, Construction, E.M.F. Equation, Equivalent Circuit, Power Losses,
Efficiency, OC&SC Test, Voltage Regulation, Introduction to Auto Transformer,
Current Transformer and Potential Transformer.
Electrical Machines: Introduction to Electro Mechanical Energy Conversion.
DC Machines: Construction & Working Principle, Types, E.M.F. Equation and
Torque Equation, Applications of DC Motors.
Three Phase Induction Motor: Construction & Working Principle, Types,
Principle of Operation, Concept of Slip, Applications.
III 14
Single Phase Induction Motor: Principle of Operation and Introduction to
Methods of Starting, Applications.
Three Phase Synchronous Machines: Principle of Operation of Alternator,
Voltage Regulation and its Determination by Synchronous Impedance Method
and Synchronous Motor and their Applications.
Text Book:

D.C. Kulshrestha, Electrical Enginerring, Tata McGraw Hill.


Reference Books:

T.K. Nagsarkar & M.S.Sukhija, Basic Electrical Engineering, Edition 2008, Oxford University Press.
H. Cotton, Advanced Electrical Technology, 2nd Edition 2009, Wheeler Publishing.
W.H. Hayt & J.E. Kennely, Engineering Circuit Analysis, 7th Edition, Mc Graw Hill.
S.N.Singh, Electrical Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Eastern Economy Edition.
I. J. Nagarath, Basic Electrical Engineering, 2nd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill.
D. E. Fitzgerald & A. Grabel Higginbotham, Basic Electrical Engineering, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill.
Edward Hughes, Electrical Technology, 3rd Edition, Pearson Education.

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MEE101: MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

Credits: 04 Semester I/II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Engineering materials, properties and their applications
Engineering Materials-plain carbon steel, alloy steel-tool steel and stainless
steel, Non-Ferrous metals and alloys e.g. Cu alloy-brass, bronze, Al alloy-
I Duralumin, Composite materials. 14
Machining Processes
Working principles and operations of Lathe, Drilling Machine, Grinding
Machine and Shaper.
Metal Forming Processes
Introduction to Hot & Cold working processes, eg. Forging, Rolling, Extrusion
and Drawing, Spinning, Bending Stretch Forming and Deep Drawing.
II Casting Processes 17
Introduction to various types of patterns and their allowances. Moulding sand
and their properties, preparation of sand moulds, basic concepts of core,
gating, runner & riser system, defects in sand casting & their remedies.
Fabrication processes
Basic concept and applications of Arc welding, Gas welding, Spot welding,
Soldering and Brazing.
III 17
Introduction to Advanced Machining Processes
Ultrasonic machining, Electrochemical machining, Electric Discharge
machining.

Reference Books:

Chapman WAJ, Workshop Technology Part 1-3, Viva Books Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
Hajra Chowdhary SK and Hajra Chowdhary AK Workshop Technology Media Promotors & Publishers.
Raghuwanshi RS, Workshop Technology DhanpatRai and Sons, New Delhi.
Lindberg RA Process and Materials of Manufacturing Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
Jain RK Production Technology Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Richard L, Little, Welding and Welding Technology Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Taylor HF, Flemming, Merton C and Wulff J, Foundry Engineering Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi.
Richard WH, Casl RL, Jr. and Philip C. Rosenthal, Principles of Metal Casting Tata McGraw Hill Publication
Company Ltd., New Delhi.
Jain V.K., Advanced Machining Processes, Allied Publishers, New Delhi.
Jain K.C. and Chitale A.K., Text book of Production Engineering PHI Publication.
Gupta, H.N., Gupta, R.C., Mital, Arun, Manufacturing Processes, New Age Publication.

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ECE101: ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Credits: 04 Semester I/II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Transport phenomenon in semiconductors:
Semiconductor materials; Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors; Mass-action
law, Drift and diffusion of charge carriers.
Junction diodes:
P-N Junction diode: construction, operation & characteristics; Zener and
I Avalanche breakdown mechanisms; Diode resistance and capacitance; Photo- 14
diode and LED.
Diode applications:
Rectifiers: half wave, full wave : Centre-tapped and bridge type.; Filters;
Clippers; Clampers; Voltage Multipliers; Zener diode as voltage regulator;
Regulated power supply.
Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT):
Bipolar junction transistor: construction & operation; CB ,CE, CC configurations
& their Characteristics; Operating point; Transistor as a switch; Need of
biasing; Biasing methods: fixed bias, emitter bias, potential divider bias,
voltage feedback bias; Bias stabilization; Stability factor; h-parameters; Small
II signal analysis of Single stage BJT amplifier. 14
Field Effect Transistor (FET):
Construction, operation & characteristics of JFET; Shockleys equation;
Depletion& Enhancement type MOSFET; Biasing of JFET:-fixed bias, self bias
and voltage divider bias; Biasing of depletion type & enhancement type
MOSFET.
Digital Electronics:
Number systems; Binary Addition & Subtraction;1s and 2s complement ,
Subtraction using 2s complement; Boolean algebra; Logic gates;
Implementation of basic gates using universal gates; Realization of Boolean
functions using basic & universal gates; Canonical forms(SOP & POS);
Simplification of Boolean functions using Boolean postulates & K-map up to 4
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variables with dont care condition.
Operational Amplifier (Op-Amp):
Operational amplifier: Block diagram, ideal and practical Op-Amp
characteristics; Inverting, non-inverting and differential configurations (open
loop and closed loop); Applications of Op-Amp as buffer, adder, subtractor,
integrator and differentiator.

Reference Books:

Robert L. Boylestad and Louis nashel sky, Electronic devices and circuit theory, Pearson Education/PHI,
New Delhi.
Morris Mano, Digital design, Pearson Education.
R.A. Gayakwad, Op-amps & linear Integrated circuits, PHI.
R.J. Smith and R.C. Dorf, Circuits, Devices and System, Willey, 5th edition.
Jacob Millman and Christos C. Halkias, Integrated Electronics, TMH, New Delhi.
H.S. Kalsi; Electronic Instrumentation, TMH, New Delhi.

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AHE183: ENGLISH IN PRACTICE-1


English in Practice I focuses on communication activities in functional and situational contexts. It encourages
students to speak with fluency and accuracy as well as develop the four skills of reading, writing, listening and
speaking. The classes will be theme based to provide practice in a meaningful context which can be extended
outside the classroom.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

At the end of the course, the participant should be able to


Understand and communicate with English speakers from different parts of the English-speaking world.
Discuss and plan holidays in English.
Understand and tell jokes and stories.
Discuss elements of popular culture such as TV, radio and music.
Talk & write about past, memories and ambitions in English.
Communicate important personal information in spoken English.
Discuss health, and that of others, in English.

Credits: 02 Semester I LTP: 003


Module
Content Lab Hours
No.
STRUCTURAL INPUT
Use of Articles (written Drill) - Pp 49, & 50, Exercise 1,2,3,4
Singular & Plural
Gender
Nouns (Pp 61 Writing)
SPEAKING AND LISTENING
Vocabulary of character description
Shopping, Holidays (A list of words related to the themes can be
provided as a supplement)
Activities:
Pp 118, UNIT I, Listening exercise no 1 (Track 002)
Pp 119, UNIT 1, Communication Exercise 4 (Track 003)
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Pp 121, UNIT 3, Listening Exercise 1 (Track 009)
Pp 132, UNIT 9, Communication Exercise 4 (Track 026)
(Text to be used: Mani. P. English for Teaching.)
READING AND WRITING
Vocabulary of character description
Home, Houses (A list of words can be provided as a supplement)
ACTIVITIES
Pp 33, Describing a Process 1 & 2 [All the sections to be covered in the
2 sessions
Pp 37 to 38, Study Skills 1.a, b, c
Pp 38, Writing 1 & 2
(Text to be used: English for Engineers by RIS, Bangalore.)

STRUCTURAL INPUT
Tenses (Pp 62 to 63, all sections)
Adjectives & Adverbs (Pp 82 Adjective & Adverbs)
Prepositions (Place, Position, Instrument, Agent, Time) Pp 158
Exercise no.1, 2 , Pp 159, Exercise no. 3 )
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*All the grammatical elements should be discussed in the light of the exercises.

SPEAKING AND LISTENING


Vocabulary of character description
Defence (A list of words related to the themes can be provided as a
supplement)
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ACTIVITIES
Pp 122, UNIT 3, Listening Exercise 2 (Track 010)
Pp 121, UNIT 2, Communication Exercise 4 (Track 007)
Pp 126 to 127, UNIT 6, Listening Exercise 1 (Track 018)
(Text to be used: Mani, P. English for Teaching.)

READING AND WRITING


History (A list of words can be provided as a supplement)
ACTIVITIES
Pp 33, Describing a Process 1 & 2 [All the sections to be covered in the
2 sessions
Pp 37 to 38, Study Skills 1.a, b, c
Pp 38, Writing 1 & 2
(Text to be used: English for Engineers by RIS, Bangalore.)

STRUCTURAL INPUT
Usage of Affixes in forming words belonging to different grammatical
categories e.g. al, ness, -ed, un-, im-, -ish, -ism, etc.
Identification of grammatical categories of the word in sentences
Error correction with reference to Subject & verb agreement (Pp 94 to
98 Exercise 26, K. R. Laxminarayanan, English for Technical
Communication, Vol. 1 & 2, Scitech Pub. Pvt Ltd)
Prepositions (Reason, Complement, Ingredient, Beneficiary)

SPEAKING AND LISTENING


Education (A list of words related to the themes can be provided as a
supplement)
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ACTIVITIES
Pp 122, UNIT 3, Listening Exercise 2 (Track 010)
Pp 121, UNIT 2, Communication Exercise 4 (Track 007)
Pp 126 to 127, UNIT 6, Listening Exercise 1 (Track 018)
(Text to be used: Mani, P. English for Teaching.)

READING & WRITING


ACTIVITIES
Pp 48 Writing
Pp 40 to 43, Reading, Chapter 1 & Comprehension
Pp 44, Writing Section1
(Some more activities can be added by faculty)
(Text to be used: English for Engineers by RIS, Bangalore.)

Text Book:

Mani .P & Deepthi, S, English for Teaching, CUP


Regional Institute of English, English for Engineers, Bangalore, Foundation Books Pvt. Ltd.

Reference Books:

Hornby, A.S., An Advanced Learners Dictionary of Current English, OUP.


Murphy, Raymond, Intermediate English Grammar, Cambridge University Press.

Material:

Audio-Video Material available in the language Lab and texts such as Newspapers etc.

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MEE181: ENGINEERING WORKSHOP PRACTICE LAB

Credits: 02 Semester I/II LTP: 003


Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
List of Experiments
To study the working of basic machine tools like Lathe m/c, Shaper
m/c, drilling m/c and grinding m/c.
To perform the operations of turning, step turning, taper turning on
Lathe.
To perform the operations of facing, grooving and knurling on Lathe.
To perform the operations of marking, filing and sawing as per given
dimensions.
To perform the operations of drilling holes.
To perform the operations of making external and internal threads
using tapes and dies.
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To develop the blank dimensions using development process.
To prepare a funnel of required dimensions using joining processes.
To prepare lap/butt joint by arc welding.
To prepare lap/butt joint by gas welding.
To perform different operations in carpentry shop such as cutting,
planning and chiseling.
To prepare a joint (lap/T) by using wooden specimen/piece.
To prepare a sand mold for solid casting with the help of given pattern.
To prepare the mold for hollow casting with the help of pattern and
core.
To prepare square bolt head by upsetting process.

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AHP181: PHYSICS LAB

Credits: 01 Semester I/II LTP: 002


Any twelve experiments, at least five from each group

Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
Group -A
To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light by Newtons rings.
To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light with the help of
Fresnels biprism.
To determine the focal length of two lenses by nodal slide and to locate
the position of cardinal points.
To determine the specific rotation of cane sugar solution using
polarimeter.
To determine the wavelength of spectral lines using plane transmission
/diffraction grating.
Measurement of wavelength of laser (He- Ne) light using single slit
diffraction
To verify Stefans law by electrical method.
To determine the coefficient of viscosity of water by Poiseuilles method.
Group B
I To determine the specific resistance of the material of a given wire using 24
Carey Fosters bridge.
To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of current carrying
circular coil and then to estimate the radius of the coil.
To calibrate the given ammeter by potentiometer.
To calibrate the given voltmeter by potentiometer.
To study the Hall Effect and determine Hall coefficient, carrier density
and mobility of a given semiconductor.
To determine the energy band gap of a given semiconductor material.
To determine E.C.E. of copper using Tangent or Helmholtz galvanometer.
To draw hysteresis curve of a given sample of ferromagnetic material and
then to determine the magnetic susceptibility and permeability of the
given specimen.
To determine the ballistic constant of a ballistic galvanometer.
Measurement of fiber attenuation and aperture of optical fiber.
To determine high resistance by leakage method.

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CSE181: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB

Credits: 01 Semester I LTP: 002


Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
Arithmetic operations
WAP to perform arithmetic operation over the variables.
WAP to calculate area of the circle.
WAP to find the sum of digits of a number.
WAP to find the reverse of a string..
WAP to implement perimeter of a rectangle
Function
WAP to call a function by reference.
WAP to call a function by value.
WAP to calculate factorial of a number.
WAP to print a table of a user define number.
WAP to generate Fibonacci Series
Pointer
I WAP to display the contents of 2D array using pointer. 24
WAP to sort an array in ascending order using dynamic
memory allocation and pointers.
Microsoft Office
MS Word Introduction.
MS Excel Introduction
MS PowerPoint Introduction.
MS Paint brush Introduction.
Pattern
WAP to Design the Following Pattern
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EEE181: ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS LAB

Credits: 01 Semester I/II LTP: 002


Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
To verify the Thevenins theorem (DC circuits).
To verify the maximum power transfer theorem (DC circuits). Also
draw graph between power and load resistance.
To verify the Superposition Theorem (DC circuits).
To study the phenomenon of resonance in R-L-C series circuit and to
draw graph between frequency and current. Also show half power
points.
To determine the V-I characteristics of a semiconductor diode. Also
calculate forward and reverse static and dynamic resistances.
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To study the half wave and full wave (center tapped) rectifier with and
without filter. Also to calculate the ripple factor in both cases (without
filter).
To study single phase (induction type) energy meter.
To study various logic gates such as OR, AND, NOT, NAND, NOR.
Study of CRO and measurement of voltage and frequency using CRO.
V-I characteristics of Zener diode.
Identification of active and passive components.
V-I characteristics of bipolar junction transistor in common base
mode.

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AHM102: MATHEMATICS II

Credits: 04 Semester II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Multiple Integrals:
Double and Triple Integrals, Change of order of integration, Change of
variables, Beta and Gamma functions. Applications to Dirichlet integrals.
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Fourier Series:
Fourier series of period 2, Even and Odd functions, Fourier series for
discontinuous functions, Half range sine and cosine series Change of interval.
Partial Differential Equations:
Solution of I order Lagrange's linear PDEs, Linear PDEs with constant
II coefficients, Classification of II order PDEs, Method of separation of variables, 12
One dimensional wave equation, D' Alembert's solution, Heat conduction
equations up to two dimensions.
Laplace Transform:
Properties of Laplace transform, Existence theorem, Laplace transform of
III derivatives and integrals, Unit step and Dirac - delta function, periodic functions, 14
Partial Fractions, Properties of inverse Laplace transform, convolution theorem.
Application to ODEs and integral equations.

Reference Books:

E. Kreyszig: Advanced Engg. Mathematics, 9th Ed., John Wiley & Sons.
Peter V.ONeil: Advanced Engg. Mathematics, Thomson Learning.
M.D.Greenberg: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Pearson Education Inc.
Bali &Goyal: A Text Book of Engg. Mathematics, Infinity Science Press, U.S.A.
Allen Jeffrey: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Academic Press, Elseveir.
B.V.Ramanna: Higher Engg. Mathematics, TMH.

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AHP102: ENGINEERING PHYSICS II

Credits: 03 Semester II LTP: 210


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Electromagnetics : Inconsistency in Amperes Law, Displacement Current,
Equation of Continuity, Maxwells Equations (Integral and Differential Forms),
Propagation of E-M Waves in Free Space and in Conducting Media, Poynting
I Theorem and Poynting Vector. 16
Electric and Magnetic Fields in Matter: Dielectric Behavior of Materials,
Clausius-Mossotti Relation, Piezoelectricity (Qualitative), Magnetization, Dia,
Para and Ferromagnetism, Langevins Theory for Dia and Para Magnetism.
Solid State Physics: Formation of Energy Bands in Solids. Intrinsic & Extrinsic
Semiconductors, Donor and Acceptor Impurities, Fermi Level and Fermi
Energy, P-N Junction Formation, Temperature Dependence of Conductivity and
Mobility, Hall Effect. Origin of Superconductivity, Meissner Effect, Type-I &
II 14
Type-II Super Conductors, Londons Equation, Application of Superconductors.
Nanomaterials: Basic Principle of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,
Nanostructures, Bucky balls: Creation & Uses, Synthesis and Characterization
of Carbon Nano-Tube (CNT), Application of Carbon Nanotubes.
Wave Mechanics: Wave Model, Wave- Particle Duality, Photoelectric Effect,
De-Broglie Hypothesis.
Phase and Group Velocities: Wave packet, Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle
and its Applications, Wave Function and its Normalization.
III 14
Schrdingers Wave Equation: Time Dependent and Time Independent Wave
Equations, Particle in One Dimensional Potential Box.
X-Ray Diffraction: Diffraction of X-Rays by Crystal Planes, Braggs Law,
Braggs Spectrometer, Comptons Effect.

Reference Books:

Beiser, Concept of Modern Physics, Tata Mc-Graw Hill.


Kittel, Solid State Physics, 7th edition, Wiley Eastern.
S.O. Pillai, Solid State Physics, 5th edition, New Age International Publication.
V. Raghavan, Materials Science and Engineering, Prentice Hall India.
Rechard Booker and Earl Boysen, Nanotechnology, Wiley International Publishing.
David J. Griffith, Introduction to Electrodynamics, Prentice Hall of India.

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CSE102: PROBLEM SOLVING USING COMPUTERS

Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Computer & Programming (CSE101).

Credits: 02 Semester II LTP: 200


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Pointers: Declaration and Initialization of Pointer Variables, Accessing a
Variable Through its Pointer, Pointer Arithmetic, Array of Pointers, Pointer to
an Array.
I Functions: Declaration and Definition, Category of Functions, Parameter 7
Passing Techniques Call by Value and Call By Reference, Passing Arrays to
Functions.
Introduction To Storage Classes Auto, Static, Extern and Register.
Recursion: Mechanics of Recursive Call, Implementation of Recursion,
Recursion vs. Iteration.
II User Defined Types: Enum, Typedef, Union and Structure - Declaration, 7
Initialization, Nested Structures, Arrays of Structures, Structure and Pointer,
Passing Structure Through Function. Difference Between Structures and Union.
The C Preprocessor: Introduction, Macro Expansion and File Inclusion.
File Handling: Data And Information, File Concepts, File Organization, Files In
C, File Operations: Open, Read, and Close, Trouble in Opening a File. File
III 7
Opening Modes, Working with Text Files.
Introduction to Data Structures Stack, Queue and Linked List and its Basic
Operation.

Text Book:

Behrouz A. Forouzan and Richard F. Gilberg, Computer Science A Structured Programming Approach
Using C, C Language Learning (2007).

Reference Books:

K. N. King, C Programming a Modern Approach, W. W. Norton, 2nd Edition (2008).


Kernighan and Ritche, The C programming Language, PHI, 2nd edition (2011).
P. Dey and M. Ghosh, Programming in C, Oxford University Press 1st Edition (2000).

Outcome:

At the End of the Course, Students Will be Able to Understand How to:
Write Programs that Perform Explicit Memory Management.
Create Programs that Measure or Simulate Performance and Use Them to Analyze Behavior.
Write The Programs for Compiler and Operating Systems.

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MEE102: BASIC THERMODYNAMICS

Credits: 04 Semester I/II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Basic Concepts: Thermodynamic Systems, State & Properties, Macroscopic &
Microscopic Point of View. Thermodynamic Equilibrium & Processes, Zeroth
Law of Thermodynamics, Temperature Scales, Work & Heat.
First Law of Thermodynamics: First Law of Thermodynamics, Steady Flow
Energy Equation for Closed and Open Systems, Application of First Law to
Various Thermodynamic Systems Such as Boiler, Turbine, Compressor, Nozzle,
I Pump etc. 17
Second Law of Thermodynamics: Limitations of the First Law of
Thermodynamics, Concept of Heat Engine, Heat Pump & Refrigerator, Second
Law of Thermodynamics, Carnot Cycle, Theorems and Corollaries.
Claudius Inequality, Concept of Entropy, Principle of Increase of Entropy of
Universe, Entropy Change During Various Processes, Concept of Third Law of
Thermodynamics.
Properties of Steam: Definition of Pure Substance, Phase Change, P-T Diagram
And Pv-T Surfaces, Formation of Steam, Classification of Steam Generators,
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Concept and Determination of Dryness Fraction of Steam, Thermodynamic
Properties of Steam, Steam Table and Mollier Diagram. Rankine Cycle,
Gas Power Cycles and IC Engines: Air Standard Cycles and Efficiency, Otto
III Cycle, Diesel Cycle, Concept & Classification of IC Engines, Construction and 13
Working of Two Stroke and Four-Stroke Engines, SI and CI Engines.

Reference Books:

VaWylen G.J. & Sonnlog R.E.: Fundamentals of classical thermodynamics, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. NY.
WarkWenneth: Thermodynamics, McGraw Hill book Co. NY.
Holman, J.P.: Thermodynamics, MC Graw Hill book Co. NY.
Rogers G and Mayhew Y: Engineering Thermodynamics, Pearson Education.
Jones J B and Hawkins J A: Engineering Thermodynamics, John Wiley and Sons.
Joel R.: Basic Engineering Thermodynamics, Addison Wesley.
Nag P. K.: Engineering Thermodynamics, TMH, and India.
Yadav R.: Thermodynamics and Heat Engines, Vol I & II (Sl Edition) Central Publishing House Allahabad.
Ballaney P.L.: Thermal Engineering, Khanna Publisher.
Rajput R.K.: Thermal Engineering, Laxmi Publication.
Arora C.P.: Engineering Thermodynamics, TMH, India.

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AHC101: ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

Credits: 04 Semester I/II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Chemical Kinetics: Order and Molecularity of Reactions, Zero Order, First
Order and Second Order Reactions. Integrated Rate Equations. Theories of
Reaction Rates, Factors Affecting Rate of Reaction.
Solid State: (1 Lect): Types of Unit Cell, Space Lattice (Only Cubes), Calculation
of Density of The Unit Cell, Number of Atoms Per Unit Cell,
Chemical Bonding: M.O. Theory and its Applications in Homo & Hetero
Diatomic Molecules. Hydrogen Bond, Metallic Bond and Their Applications.
I Semi-Conductor 14
Organic Name Reactions and Stereochemistry.
Name Reactions ie. Aldol Condensation, Cannizaro Reaction, Types of
Isomerism (Optical & Geometrical), Chirality, Element of Symmetry,
Diastereomers, Optically Active Compounds, R-S Configuration and E-Z
Geometrical Isomers, Conformation of Ethane, N-Butane
Non-Conventional Energy Source: Introduction to Solar Energy, Biomass and
Biogas.
Phase Rule: Introduction, Definition and Explanation of The Terms: Phase,
Component and Degree Of Freedom, Application of Phase Rule to One
Component System (Water & CO2 System), Ph, Buffer Solution (Henderson
Equation).
Polymers: Polymerization and its Classification. Thermoplastic and
Thermosetting Resins. Properties of Polymers, Molecular Weights of Polymers,
Elastomers. Organic Conducting and Biodegradable Polymers (PMMA,
II Polystyrene, Teflon, Neoprene, Buna-S, Buna-N Nylon 6, Nylon 66, Terylene, 17
PLA, Poly Hydroxy Butyrate), Vulcanization of Rubber.
Water Treatment: Introduction, Hardness and its Units,, L-S Process, Calgon
Process, Zeolite and Ion-Exchange Resins, Treatment of Municipal Water,
Reverse Osmosis, Impurities in Water, Characteristics of Water, Treatment
Process Includes Above Deleted Portions, Boiler Feed Water, Boiler Troubles
and Remedial Measures
Lubrication: Introduction to Lubrication, Classification, Properties & Uses.
Corrosion: Introduction, Consequences, Types, Theories of Corrosion,
(Galvanic, Pitting, Stress, Water Line, Intergranular & Soil Corrosion) and
Protection of Corrosion. Electrochemical Cell, Concentration Cell.
Spectroscopy: Elementary Ideas and Simple Applications of UV, Visible, Infra-
III Red and NMR Spectral Techniques 17
Fuels: Classification of Fuels. Analysis of Coal, Determination of Calorific
Values.
Synthetic Petrol Class: Preparation, Varieties & Uses.
Ceramics: Introduction, Classification, Scope & Application.

Reference Books:
Morrison Boyd, Organic Chemistry , (Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.)
I.L. Finar, Organic Chemistry.
Y R Sharma, Elementary Organic Spectroscopy, (S. Chand and Co. Ltd. New Delhi).
S. S. Dara, Text Book of Engg Chemistry, (S. Chand Technical).
Shashi Chawla, Engg Chemistry, (Dhanpat Rai & Co. New Delhi).
K M Mittal, Non Conventional Energy System, (AH Wheelar & Co.)
Mars G Fontana, Corrosion Engg, (Tata McGraw Hills).
Physical Chemistry by Puti, Sharma & Pathania (Vishal Publishers, Jalandhar).
Chemical Kinetics by Laidler (Pearson Education,, India).
Bahl and Tuli, Physical Chemistry, (S. Chand and Co. Ltd. New Delhi).

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MEE103: APPLIED MECHANICS

Credits: 04 Semester I/II LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Introduction
Engineering Mechanics: Idealization of Bodies, concept of Rigid Body, External
Forces, moments, couples, Laws of Mechanics.
Force Systems And Equilibrium
I Concurrent forces in a plane, Parallel forces in a plane, Free Body Diagram, 14
Equation of equilibrium and their applications to various systems of forces.
Friction
Concepts of friction, Dry friction, Laws of friction and their applications to
wedge, ladder, screw, belt-pulley system, Rolling friction.
Distributed Forces and Moment Of Inertia
Centroid of Composite figures, Area Moment of Inertia, Polar Moment of
Inertia, Parallel axis theorem, Perpendicular axis theorem, Principle Moment of
Inertia, Mass Moment of Inertia of circular ring, disc, cylinder, sphere and cone
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about their axis of symmetry.
Beams
Different support & load conditions, Shear Force and Bending Moment
Diagrams for point load, uniformly distributed load, uniformly varying load.
Analysis of Plane Trusses
Engineering structures, Perfect Truss, Determination of axial forces in the
members, Method of Joints, Method of Section.
Kinematics of Rigid Body
III Plain motion of rigid body, Velocity and acceleration under translation and 14
rotational motion, Absolute motion, Relative motion.
Kinetics of Rigid Body
Force, Mass and Acceleration, Work, Power and Energy, Impulse and
Momentum, D Alemberts Principle and dynamic equilibrium.

Reference Books:

Engineering Mechanics I.H. Shames, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi (EEE)
Mechanics for Engineers (Statics and Dynamics) F.P. Beer & E.R. Johnston, TMH New Delhi
Engineering Mechanics Statics & Dynamics by Dr. A.K. Tayal, Umesh Publications, Delhi
Engineering Mechanics Statics Vol.I& Dynamics Vol-II by V.S. Mokashi (Tata McGraw- Hill)
Engineering Mechanics Statics & Dynamics by J.L. Marriam& L.G. Kraig, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

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AHE184: ENGLISH IN PRACTICE II

Keeping in mind the diverse set of students (as far as their mother tongues are concerned) in the undergraduate
Programs of the University, English in Practice- II focuses on communication activities in functional and
situational contexts. It encourages students to speak with fluency and accuracy as well as to develop the four
skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. This course proposes scope for the participants to learn the art of
speaking English as standard Indian English speaker. It aims not to prescribe the rules which the participants may
find difficult to follow as a non native speaker rather it facilitates them to improve their spoken language without
the interference of their mother tongues (MTI).

COURSE OBJECTIVE

At the end of the course, the participant should be able to.

Read articles on subjects of general interest


Review grammar and vocabulary so that one is able to speak with more accuracy
Learn the vocabulary and phrases that are used in social gatherings and networking events
Listen to news and general interest programs so that one can improve ones ability to understand
Practice speaking in groups in order to gain confidence by using the language
Practice speaking in real-life situations

Credits: 02 Semester: II LTP: 003


Module
Content Lab Hours
No.
STRUCTURAL INPUT
It includes more specific phonetic exercises designed to address core problem
areas which non-native speakers face, air flow exercises for continuant sounds.
It gives an opportunity to get continued feedback on self-correction and
transfer of techniques learned in the first course.
Topics include:
Contrastive vowel articulation exercises
Words spelled in the same way but pronounced differently
Exercises to distinguish voiced and voiceless continuants, as in words
like another or suspicious.
In-depth post-vocalic /l/ and /r/ exercises
Pronunciation of country names worldwide
Word stress exercises for multi-syllabic words and word families.
Pronunciation of individual vowels and consonants:
Learn the International Phonetic Alphabet
I Practice articulating both long and short vowels 15
Learn how to pronounce consonants in all environments: initial,
medial, and final
Tongue twisters & articulation exercises
Breath exercises
Activities
Pp 119, Unit-1, Pronunciation Exercise-10, track 005 Pp-121 Unit-2,
Pronunciation Exercise -11,Track-008
Pp-123, Unit-3, pronunciation Exercise-12 & 13,Track 011 & 012
(Text to be used: Mani, P. English for Teaching.)
SLRW Skill Enhancement
Character Description
Imagining Future, Cultural Differences, Alternative Beliefs, Media,
Music & Films, Relationships
(A list of words related to the themes can be provided as a supplement)
Activities:
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Odd man out vocabulary exercise, Short text for dictation, Dialogue for
pronunciation & techniques, Discuss questions, Crossword clues with grid
# Improve Your English- CD1 can be referred to prepare the above mentioned
exercises.
STRUCTURAL INPUT
Word stress patterns:
Rules of both English and foreign-derived words
Dividing words into syllables
Syllable length
Stressed and unstressed syllables
Word form stress shift patterns
Nouns, adjectives & adverbs vs. verbs
Compound nouns
Activities
Pp 119, Unit-1, Pronunciation Exercise-10, track 005 Pp-121 Unit-2,
Pronunciation Exercise -11,Track-008
II Pp-123, Unit-3, pronunciation Exercise-12 & 13,Track 011 & 012 15
(Text to be used: Mani, P. English for Teaching.)
SLRW Skill Enhancement
Science & Technology, Youth & Old Age, Tradition, Sports, Society
(A list of words related to the themes can be provided as a supplement)
Activities:
Odd man out vocabulary exercise
Short text for dictation
Dialogue for pronunciation & techniques
Discuss questions
Crossword clues with grid
# Improve Your English- CD1 can be referred to prepare the above mentioned
exercises.
STRUCTURAL INPUT
Intonation, rhythm, and linking:
Neutral or unmarked patterns for statements and questions
Contrastive stress and usage
Content vs. function words
Rhythm and linking
Word clustering/grouping and Powerful Pauses
ACTIVITIES
Exercises to be based on the following factors:
Asking questions
Using tags (isn't it? OK?)
Using emphasis for effect
Being polite
Giving opinions
III Agreeing and disagreeing 15
Complaining
Small talk
Using intonation to show emotion
Using 'natural' English

Pp-123, Unit-3, pronunciation, exercise-14,Track-013,


Pp-128, unit-6, Pronunciation, Exercise- 8,Track-020
Pp-131, unit-8, pronunciation, Exercise-8,Track-024
SLRW Skill Enhancement
Social & Political issues, Books, Generation changes, National
traditions/customs & culture, News
(A list of words related to the themes can be provided as a supplement)
Activities
Odd man out vocabulary exercise

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Short text for dictation


Dialogue for pronunciation & techniques
Organizing Text
Crossword clues with grid
Material to be used:
Accent, CD Available in Language Lab.
Raymond Murphy, English Grammar in Use
Advanced Grammar Exercises TOEFL Practice Tests.

Text book:

Mani .P &Deepthi. S, English for Teaching, CUP


Murphy, Raymond, English Grammar in Use: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book (With Answers
and CD ROM for Intermediate Students of English), Cambridge University Press.

Reference Books:

Hornby,A.S., An Advanced Learners Dictionary of Current English, OUP.


Murphy, Raymond, Intermediate English Grammar, Cambridge University Press.

Material:

Accent, CD Available in Language Lab with other audio-video Material available in the language Lab.

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MEE182: ENGINEERING DRAWING

Credits: 02 Semester I/II LTP: 003


Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
Introduction to drawing instruments, sheet layout, types of lines and their uses,
lettering, concepts of scales in drawing and their types, types of dimensioning,
application of symbols and conventions in drawing practice, geometrical
construction.
Theory of projections, Orthographic & Oblique projection, Projection of points,
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lines, planes and solids, development of surfaces & section of solids, concepts
of isometric and perspective views.
Introduction to computer aided drawing and various softwares available in the
market. Isometric projection, conversion of pictorial views to orthographic
views and vice versa, Computer Aided Drawing using Auto CAD.

Reference Books:

Bhatt N.D., Panchal V.M., Elementary Engineering Drawing, Charothar Publishing, Gujarat.
Dhawan R.K.; A Text book of Engineering Drawing, S. Chand.
Gopalkrishna K.R.; Engg. Graphics; Subhash Publishers, Bangalore.
Trymbaka Murty.S; Computer Aided Engineering Drawing; T.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
New Delhi.
Luzadder Warren J., Duff John M., Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing with an introduction to
Interactive Computer Graphics for Design and Production, Practice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi.
Singh Ajit, Machine Drawing Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

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AHC181: ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB

Credits: 01 Semester I/II LTP: 002


Any Twelve Experiments are to be performed

Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
Preparation of standard solution of sodium hydroxide N/10 and
standardize with the help of standard solution of oxalic acid.
To determine the strength of the given HCl solution using pH meter.
Determination of temporary and permanent hardness of water sample
by complexometric method using EDTA as complexing agent.
Determination of constituents and amount of alkalinity in a given water
sample.
To determine the chloride ion in the given water sample by
Argentometric method (Mohrs method).
Determination of neutralization of a lubricant oils or Iodine number of
unsaturated oil.
Determine of viscosity and surface tension of the given liquid.
Determination of rate constant for acid catalyzed hydrolysis of ethyl
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acetate through titration.
Determination of iron concentration in the sample of water by
colorimetric method. The method involves the use if KCNS as color
developing agent and the measurement are carried out at max 480 nm.
To determine the ferrous ion content in the given iron ore by titrimetric
analysis against standard K2CrO7 solution using K3[Fe(CN)6] as external
indicator.
Determination of moisture content in a given sample of coal.
To determine the free CO2 in the given sample of water.
To find out the percentage of available chlorine in a given sample of
bleaching powder by Iodometric method.
Show that inversion of cane sugar is the example of first order reaction
by polari meter.

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CSE182: PROBLEM SOLVING LAB

Credits: 01 Semester II LTP: 002


Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
Recursion
WAP to calculate factorial of a number.
WAP to generate table of any number.
WAP to find GCD of two numbers.
WAP to calculate nth term of Fibonacci Series 1,1,2,3,5,8.
WAP to find the sum of digits of a number.
WAP to find the reverse of a string.
Structure
WAP to enter 10 records of student. Structure fields are Name, Roll no,
Marks. Calculate the average of their marks.
Declare a structure which will contain the following data for three
employees.
i. Emp_code 3 characters,
ii. First_name 20 characters,
iii. Middle_initial 1 character,
iv. Last_name 20 characters.
v. The employee code to be stored in the structure is E01, E02,
E03. Write a program to input names for 3 employees and
printout initials of each.(e.g. Anil K Nehra will be printed as
AKN) along their codes.
WAP to demonstrate, how structure is passed to a function.
WAP to perform arithmetic operations using functions and switch
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case and enumeration.
Pointer
WAP to display the contents of 2D array using pointer.
WAP to sort an array in ascending order using dynamic memory
allocation and pointers.
File handling
WAP to copy the contents of a given file into another file.
WAP to read the characters from a file and display the uppercase on a
console.
Introduction to Data Structure
WAP to demonstrate various operations (create, push, pop, overflow,
underflow, peek, display) of STACK using array implementation.
WAP to demonstrate various operations (create, enqueue, dequeue,
overflow, underflow, peek, display) of Queue using array
implementation.
WAP to demonstrate various operations [(create, Traversing,
Searching, Inserting an element (at beginning, at end, after a given
element), Deleting an element (from beginning, from end, after a given
element)] of a linked List.
WAP to demonstrate various operations (create, Traversing,
Searching, Inserting an element at beginning, Deleting an element
from end) of a doubly linked List.

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MEE183: APPLIED MECHANICS LAB

Credits: 01 Semester I/II LTP: 002


Module Lab
Content
No. Hours
List of Experiments
Study of functioning of gear trains.
Deflection of simply supported beam and verification of theoretical
values.
To determine the modulus of rigidity of rod with the help of torsion
testing machine.
To study functioning of belt pulley systems.
To find the mechanical advantages, velocity ratio and efficiency of
worm and worm wheel.
To find the coefficient of friction between the surface of a given wood
slide bar and an inclined plane.
To find the coefficient of friction between belt and pulley using belt
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pulley system.
To find reaction at the supports of a simply supported beam with
different types of loading.
To find moment of inertia of a fly wheel about the axis of rotation
using electronic counter machine.
To find centre of gravity of different geometrical objects.
To find forces in members of a truss for different load conditions.
To study conversion of momentum.
To verify the law of conservation of energy.
To verify law of polygon of forces.
To verify law of parallelogram of forces.
Demonstration for centrifugal forces.

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AHM201: MATHEMATICS III

Credits: 04 Semester III LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Solution Of Cubic and Biquadratic Equations:
Cardons Method of solving Cubic equations, Descartes and Ferraris
method of solving Biquadratic equations.
Vector Calculus: 13
I
Gradient, Divergence and curl; their geometrical and physical significance,
Vector Identities, Line, surface and volume integrals, Independence of path,
Green, Gauss divergence and Stokes theorem (without proof).
Fourier transform:
Fourier sine and cosine integrals, Complex Fourier transform, Fourier sine
and cosine transforms, Applications to heat conduction equations.
13
II Z- Transform:
Properties of Z transform, Inverse Z transform, Partial fractional and
Residue method, applications of Z transform in solving difference
equations.
Functions of a complex variable:
Analytic functions, Cauchy - Reimann equations, Harmonic function, Milnes
Thomson Method, Cauchy integral theorem, Taylors and Laurents series,
Zeros and Singularities, Residue, Cauchy Residue theorem, Applications of 14
III Contour integration in solving real integrals of the form
2


0
f (cos , sin ) d and f ( x) dx (excluding the poles on real axis).
0

Reference Books:

E. Kreyszig, Advanced Engg. Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons, 9th edition.
Bali &Goyal, A Text Book of Engg. Mathematics, Infinity Science Press.
Peter V.ONeil, AdvancedEngg. Mathematics, Thomson Learning.
M.D.Greenberg, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Pearson Education Inc.
Allen Jeffrey, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Academic Press.
B.V.Ramanna, Higher Engg. Mathematics, TMH New Delhi.

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AHM202: COMPUTER BASED NUMERICAL & STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES

Credits: 04 Semester III LTP: 310

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Numerical Technique-I
Solution of algebraic and Transcendental equations:
Bisection, Regula-Falsi, Newton Raphson methods and their order of
conversions.
I Interpolation 13
Finite difference, relation between operators, missing term technique,
Newton forward and backward difference interpolation formula, Gauss
forward and backward difference formula, Langrange interpolation formula,
Newtons divide difference formula.
Numerical Technique-II
Numerical integration:
Newtons-Cotes quadrature formula, Trapezoidal rule, Simpsons 1/3rd and
II 3/8th rules, Booles and Weddles rule. 13
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations:
Single and multistep method, Pickards method, RangaKutta 4th order
method, Milnes predictor corrector method
Statistical Techniques
Curve-fitting, method of least square, fitting of straight lines, Polynomials
III and exponential curves etc, Corelation , linear regression analysis, binomial, 14
Poission and Normal distributions, Statistical quality control method, X, R, P
and np charts.

Reference Books:

Jain, Iyenger, Jain: Numerical Method For Scientific and Engg. Computation, New Age International.
S.S. Sastry, Introductory Method of Numerical Analysis, PHI.
S.D.Conte and Carl de Boor: Elementary of Numerical Analysis, An Algorithmic Approach, TMH.
M.Goyal, Numerical Method And Statistical Techniques Using C, Firewall Media.
S.P.Gupta, Statistical Methods, Sultan chand& sons.

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CEE201: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Credits: 02 Semester III/IV LTP: 200


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Basics of Environmental Studies: Environmental Studies: Introduction, Scope
and Importance Environment: Concept, Natural and Anthropogenic
Environment Natural Environment: Structure & Function of Atmosphere,
I Hydrosphere, Lithosphere and Biosphere Ecology and Ecosystem: Definitions 9
Types, Structure & Functions of Ecosystem. Natural Resources: Introduction,
Classification, Concept of Conservation Present Status and Major Issues Related
to Water Resources, Forest Resources and Mineral Resources.
Current Environmental Problems: Energy Resources: Introduction,
Classification, Energy Use Patterns, Energy Crisis, Alternative Energy
Resources Present Status and Major Issues Related to Fossil Fuels,
Hydroelectricity, Nuclear Energy, Solar Energy and Biomass Energy. Effects of
Human Activities on Environment: Effect of Agriculture, Housing, Mining,
II 9
Transportation and Industries Environment Pollution: Causes, Effects and
Control of Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Land Pollution and Noise Pollution
Introduction and Management of Solid Wastes and Hazardous Wastes Global
Environmental Challenges: Global Warming, Ozone Layer Depletion, Acid Rain,
Urbanization, Overpopulation and Biodiversity Depletion.
Environmental Protection: Role of Citizens, Role of Government, Initiatives
by NGOs, Contribution of International Agencies and Conventions Approaches
to Environmental Protection: Public Awareness, Environmental Education,
III Environmental Ethics, Environmental Laws and Environmental Economics 8
Tools and Strategies: Environmental Impact Assessment, Life Cycle
Assessment, Ecological Footprints and Sustainable Development Efforts
towards Environmental Protection in India.

Reference Books:

Benny Joseph, Environmental Studies.


Deswal & Deshwal, Textbook on Environmental Studies.
AK De, Environmental Studies.
Shashi K Singh and Anisha Singh, Environmental Science & Ecology.
Agarwal and Sangal, Environment & Ecology.

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AHE201: ETHICS & VALUES

Credits: 02 Semester III LTP: 200


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Conceptual Foundations: Foundations of Morality, Professional Ethics,
Professional Standards in Engineering Practice, Major Theories of Ethics and
Different Ethical Approaches, Normativity of Science and Technology.
I Professions and Moral Dilemmas: Contemporary Ethical Issues, Conflict of 14
Interests, Contracts, Rights and Violations, Consent and Dissent, Privacy and
Confidentiality, Consultancy, Allocation of Burdens and Benefits, Direct and
Indirect Responsibility, Patents, Piracy and Clones.
Decision Making :Theoretical Bases, Foundational Values, Greater Welfare
II Approach, Risk-Benefit Analysis, Right-based Approach, Priority Allocation, 14
Binding Grounds of Decisions, Public Norms and Professional Guidelines.
Social Responsibility: Individual and Collective Responsibility, Corporate
III Social Responsibility, Justice and Fairness, Beneficence and Safety; Respect 11
for Humanity, Life, and Nature, Sustainable Development.

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CEE211: MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

Prerequisite: This Course Deals With the Basic Knowledge of the Strength, Stability and Stiffness of Materials and
Structural Members.
.
Credits: 04 Semester III L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Analysis of 2D And 3-D Stress and Strain: Principal Stress and Strain,
Mohrs Stress Circle, Stresses on Inclined Plane, Principal Stresses, Three-
Dimensional Stress and Strain, Generalized Hookes Law, Theories of
Failure.
I Stresses in Beams: Review of Pure Bending, Shear Stresses in Beams Due 14
to Transverse Loading, Composite Beams.
Deflection of Beams: Equation of Elastic Curve, Slope and Deflection in
Cantilever and Simply Supported Beams, Double Integration Method,
Moment Area Method, Fixed and Continuous Beams.
Review of Torsion: Combined Bending and Torsion of Solid and Hollow
Shafts.
Helical and Leaf Springs: Deflection of Springs By Energy Method, Helical
Springs Under Axial Load and Under Axial Twist (Respectively For Circular
and Square Cross Sections), Axial Load and Twisting Moment Acting
Simultaneously Both for Open And Close-Coiled Springs, Laminated Springs
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of Semi-Elliptic and Quarter-Elliptic Type.
Columns and Struts: Combined Bending and Direct Load on Short Column,
Middle Third and Middle Quarter Rules, Eulers Theory for Long Columns,
Rankine-Gordon Formula, Simple Cases of Beam Columns.
Thin Cylinders & Spheres: Hoop and Axial Stresses and Strain, Volumetric
Strain.
Thick Cylinders: Lames Theory, Radial, Axial and Circumferential Stresses
in Thick Cylinders Subjected to Internal or External Pressures, Compound
Cylinders, Shrinkage Fit, Initial Difference in Radii for Shrink Fit.
Bending of Curved Bars: Winkler-Bach Theory, Position of Neutral Axis for
Rectangular, Trapezoidal and Circular Cross Sections, Stress in Crane Hooks,
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Rings and Links.
Unsymmetrical Bending: Derivation of Bending Stress Equation,
Properties of Beam Cross-Sections, Slope of Neutral Axis, Stress and
Deflection in Unsymmetrical Bending, Bending of Thin-Walled Open Section,
Shear Centre, Channel and Other Sections.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Pytel, A. and Kiusalaas, J. (2003), "Mechanics of Materials", Ceneage Learning, New Delhi.
Ryder, G.H. (2002), "Strength of Materials", Macmillan India Limited, New Delhi.
Gere, J.M. and Timoshenko, S.P. (2004), "Mechanics of Materials", CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
Hibbeler, R.C. (2007), "Mechanics of Materials", Pearson Education Limited, New Delhi.
Merriman, M. (2010), "Mechanics of Materials", John Wiley and Sons, New York, USA.
Singh, J.P. (2000), "A Textbook of Mechanics of Solids", Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE212: MECHANICS OF FLUIDS

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basics of Fluid Behavior in Its Static and Dynamic Conditions. These are Required
for Courses on Channel Hydraulics, Hydrology, and Water Resources Engineering Besides Other Courses in Civil
Engineering Such as Environmental Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geo-Technical Engineering Etc.

Credits: 04 Semester III L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Fluid, Rheology of Fluids, Continuum Principle, Physical
Properties of Fluids.
Fluid Statics: Surface and Body Forces in A Fluid, Basic Equations,
Piezometers and Manometers, Forces on Submerged Plane and Curved
Surfaces, Buoyancy, Stability of Submerged and Floating Bodies, Fluids in
I Rigid Body Motion. 14
Fluid Kinematics: Methods of Describing Fluid Motion, System and Control
Volume, Types of Fluid Flow, Flow Visualization, Velocity Field, Acceleration,
Continuity Equation, Fluid Displacement and Rotation, Stream Function,
Velocity Potential, Sources, Sinks, Doublets, Combination of Flow Patterns
and Flow nets.
Fluid Dynamics: Momentum Equation for Steady Flow, Momentum
Correction Factor, Differential Momentum Equation, Eulers Equation,
Bernoullis Equation and Its Applications, Energy Correction Factor.
Dimensional Analysis and Physical Modeling: Use of Dimensional
Analysis, Buckinghams Theorem, Determination of Parameters and
II Empirical Relation in Fluid Flows, Significance of Major Dimensionless 14
Numbers, Principles of Physical Similarity, and Physical Modeling.
Viscous Flows: Steady Laminar Flow in Circular Pipes, Stokes Law,
Introduction to The Navier-Stokes Equations, Instability of Laminar Flow,
Turbulent Flow, Introduction to The Reynolds Equations, Prandtls Mixing
Length Theory, velocity Distribution in Turbulent Flows.
Incompressible Viscous Flow in Pipes: Flow Development, Velocity
Distribution in Hydro dynamically Rough and Smooth Turbulent Flows ,
Velocity Variation for Laminar and Turbulent Flows in A Circular Pipe,
Frictional Head Loss and Minor Losses in Circular Pipes, Siphon, Multiple
Pipe Systems Pipe Networks, Water Hammer.
III 12
Boundary Layer Theory: Boundary Layer Over A Flat Plate, Laminar and
Turbulent Boundary Layers, Boundary Layer Thicknesses, Laminar Sub-
Layer, Hydrodynamic ally Rough and Smooth Surfaces, Von Karmans
Momentum Integral Equation and Its Application, Boundary Layer
Separation and Its Control, External Flows Drag and Lift Forces.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Pytel, A. and Kiusalaas, J. (2003), "Mechanics of Materials", Ceneage Learning, New Delhi.
Ryder, G.H. (2002), "Strength of Materials", Macmillan India Limited, New Delhi.
Gere, J.M. and Timoshenko, S.P. (2004), "Mechanics of Materials", CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
Hibbeler, R.C. (2007), "Mechanics of Materials", Pearson Education Limited, New Delhi.
Merriman, M. (2010), "Mechanics of Materials", John Wiley and Sons, New York, USA
Singh, J.P. (2000), "A Textbook of Mechanics of Solids", Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE213: ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Knowledge of Geology and The Civil Engineering Materials and Their Use in
Construction Works. It Also Includes Basic Properties of Materials For Preparation of Concrete and Properties of
Fresh and Hard Concrete and Their Testing.

Credits: 04 Semester III L-T-P: 4-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Engineering Geology:
Minerals and Rocks: Brief Outline of The Common Rock Forming Minerals
and Their Groups, Different Methods of Studying Minerals With Special
Reference to The Significance of Different Physical Properties in Mineral
Identification.
Rocks: Their Origin, Structure, Texture, Classification, and Suitability as
Engineering Materials, Stratification, Lamination Bedding, Outcrop and Its
Relation to Topography, Dip, Strike of Bed, Overlap, Outlier, and Inliers,
Rock Deformation: Folds, Faults, Joints, Unconformity, and Their
I Classification, Causes and Relation to Engineering Behavior of Rock Masses. 17
Engineering Properties of Rocks and Their Use in Civil Engineering
Construction.
Earthquake and Landslides: Causes, Classification, Seismic Zones of India
and Geological Considerations for Construction of Building Projects in
Seismic Areas, Landslides: Classification and Preventive Measures.
Underground Water: Origin, Aquifer, Aquicludes, Artesian Wells, [Ground
Water Potential in Different Parts of India. Effects of Excessive Withdrawal
of Ground Water and Water Logging. Ground Water Potential of Different
Parts of India and Its Role as Geological Hazard.
Site Selection and Exploration: Geological Investigations for Site Selection
of Dams, Reservoirs, Tunnels, Bridges, and Highways.
Principles of Geophysical Explorations Method for Subsurface Structures.
Building Material:
Stones: Classification, Requirements of Good Building Stone, Characteristics
of Stones, Dressing of Stones and Their Testing, Selection Criteria and Uses
of Common Building Stones.
Bricks: Manufacture of Bricks and Their Classification, Properties of Bricks
and Their Testing, Efflorescence and Lime Bursting in Bricks.
Tiles: Types of Tiles, Standard Tests for Tiles as Per is Code Such as Water
II Absorption, Tolerance, Impact Value, Glazing of Tiles. 17
Pozzolana: Natural and Artificial Fly Ash, Surkhi (Burnt Clay Pozzolana)
and Rice Husk, Properties And Specifications for Use in Construction.
Timber: Terminology Used, Classification and Identification of Timber,
Conservation of Wood, Defects in Timber, Seasoning and Preservation of
Timber, Factors Affecting Strength of Timber, Fire Proofing, Plywood, Fiber
Board.
Plastics: Introduction, Properties, Classification, Uses.
Miscellaneous: Ingredients of Glass, Properties and Uses of Glass, Steel,
Aluminum, Asbestos, G.I. Sheets, various Types of Paints, Varnishes, and
Distempers, Cement Paints.
Cement: Raw Materials, Constituents of Cement and Their Role, Types of
Cement, Manufacturing of OPC, Hydration, Tests for Cement. (5l)
Mortar: Functions and Types of Sand, Bulking of Sand, Tests for Sand, And
III 17
Composition of Mortar: Preparation, Tests, Uses, and Properties of Mortar.
(4l)
Concrete: Constituent Materials, Grade of Concrete, Proportioning of

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ingredients, Water Content and Its Quality for Concrete, Water/Cement


Ratio and Its Role, Gel/Space Ratio, Concrete Mix Deign (Is Method),
Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete, Standard Tests on Fresh and
Hardened Concrete as Per is Code. Maturity Concept of Concrete, Mixing,
Batching and Transportation of Concrete, Curing, Testing of Concrete. (5l)
Chemical and Mineral Admixtures to Concrete: Accelerators, Retarders,
Water-Proofing Plasticizers and Super Plasticizers, Mineral Admixtures, Fly
Ash Concrete and Silica Fume Concrete, Light Weight Aggregate Concrete,
High Strength Concrete. Polymers in Concrete. (3l)

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Duggal, S. K. (2009), Building Materials, New Age International Publications, New Delhi.
Varghese, P.C. (2005), Building Materials, PHI Publications, New Delhi.
Neville, A.M. (1996), Properties of Concrete, John Wiley and Sons, New York, USA.
Santhakumar, A.R. (2009), Concrete Technology, Oxford Publishers, New Delhi.
Mehta, P.K., Mehta, P.K., and Monteiro, P.J.M. (2006), Concrete: Microstructure, Properties, and Materials,
Tata McGraw-Hill Publishers, New Delhi.
Leggot, R.F. (2007), Geology and Engineering, McGraw Hill, New York.
Singh, P. (2008), Engineering and General Geology, Katson Publishing House, New Delhi.
Mukherjee, P.K. (2007), A Text Book of Geology, Calcutta Word Publishers, Calcutta.

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CEE214: SURVEYING

Prerequisite: This Course Aims to Introduce The Fundamental Surveying Theories, Techniques and Instruments That
Are Used in Civil Engineering Surveys Besides Providing Practical Skills That Will Be Useful For The Field Work.

Credits: 04 Semester III L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Importance of Surveying For Engineers, Plane and Geodetic
Surveying, Principles of Surveying, Classification of Surveys, Linear
Measurements, Measurement By Tape and Chain Survey, Reference
I Meridians, Bearing and Azimuths, Magnetic Declination, Compass Surveying, 10
Local Attraction, Vernier Theodolite, Temporary Adjustments,
Measurements of Horizontal Angle, Modern Trends - EDM, Electronic
Theodolites and Electronic Total Station.
Leveling and Contouring: Methods of Determining Elevations, Direct
Leveling, Basic Terms and Definitions, Principle, Booking and Reduction of
Field Notes, Curvature and Refraction Correction, Types of Levels,
Trigonometric Leveling, Contouring Use and Methods, Definition,
II Principles of Stadia Systems, Sub tense Bar and Tangential Methods. 18
Curves: Elements of Simple Circular Curves, Theory and Methods of Setting
Out Simple Circular Curves, Transition Curves - Types and Their
Characteristics, Ideal Transition Curve, Equations of Various Transition
Curves, Introduction to Vertical Curves.
Traversing and Plane Table Survey: Principles of Traversing By Compass
and Theodolite, Computation of Traverse Coordinates, Principles and
III Classification of Triangulation System, Strength of Figures, Satellite Stations, 12
Inter visibility of Stations, Triangulation Field Work, Principles, Plane Table
Equipments, Methods, Resection By Three Point Problem.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Duggal, S.K. (2009), Surveying, Vol. 1 and 2, Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited, Noida.
Punmia, B.C., Jain, A.K., and Jain, A.K. (2005), Surveying and Leveling, Vol. 1 and 2, Standard Publishers,
New Delhi.
Venkatramaiah, C. (2011), Text Book of Surveying, University Press, Hyderabad.
Kanetkar, T.P. and Kulkarni, S.V. (2008), Surveying and Leveling, Vol. 1 and 2, Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan,
Pune.
Subramanian, R. (2007), Surveying and Leveling, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
Arora, K.R. (2010). Surveying, Vol. 1 and 2. Standard Book House, New Delhi.
Ghilani, C.D. and Wolf, P.R. (2012). Elementary Surveying, Prentice Hall.

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CEE282: FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester III L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Surface Tension of A Liquid
Met centric Height of A Ship Model
Verification of The Bernoullis Equation
Verification of The Momentum Principle
Coefficients of Discharge, Velocity, and Contraction for An Orifice.
Coefficient of Discharge of A Orifice Meter Or Venture Meter
I Stokes Law
Transition From Laminar to Turbulent Flow
Velocity Distribution in A Pipe
Frictional Head Loss for Commercial Pipes
Minor Losses in A Pipeline
Boundary Layer in A Wind Tunnel

Reference Books:

Asawa, G.L. (2006), Laboratory Work in Hydraulic Engineering, New Age International (P) Limited,
Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE283: BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONCRETE LABORATORY


Credits: 01 Semester III L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Three Experiments On Each Building Material
Cement Tests (2 Turns)
A. Normal Consistency of Cement.
B. Initial & Final Setting Time of Cement
C. Compressive Strength of Cement
D. Fineness of Cement By Air Permeability and Le-
Chataliers Apparatus.
E. Soundness of Cement.
F. Specific Gravity of Cement.
Coarse Aggregate Tests (2 Turns)
A. Crushing Value of Aggregate
B. Impact Value of Aggregate
C. Water Absorption of Aggregate
D. Sieve Analysis of Aggregate
I E. Specific Gravity & Bulk Density
F. Grading of Aggregates.
Fine Aggregate Tests (2 Turns)
A. Sieve Analysis of Sand
B. Silt Content of Sand
C. Bulking of Sand
Bricks Tests (2 Turns)
A. Water Absorption.
B. Dimension Tolerances
C. Compressive Strength
D. Efflorescence
Test on Concrete: (4 Turns)
Workability Test of Concrete- Slump Test.
Design of Concrete Mix (As Per IS Method).
3. Cube Test of Concrete (Nominal Mix).

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CEE284: SURVEYING LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester III L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Study of Different Types of Maps, Map Symbols and Map Numbering
System.
To Carry Out Distance Measurements Using Tape/Chain (I) On Flat
Ground, (Ii) On Sloping Ground; When the Objects Are Inter-Visible
/ Not Inter-Visible.
To Determine the Magnetic Bearing of A Line.
a. Using Surveyor's Compass.
b. Using Prismatic Compass.
To Determine R.L. of Various Points By Fly Leveling Using
I
Dumpy/Tilting Level.
Longitudinal Section and Cross Section of Road Using Auto Level.
To Carryout Temporary Adjustment of Theodolite. Measurement of
Horizontal Angle Using Theodolite.
a. By Method of Repetition.
b. By Method of Reiteration.
Traversing By Compass and Theodolite Survey.
Plotting and Verification of Control on Plane Table
Radiation and Intersection Method of Plane Table Survey. Solving
Three-Point Problem.

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AHE281: SOFT SKILLS-I

After two courses on spoken English namely Spoken English-1 & 2, this course focuses more on the use of English,
specifically in business situations. The course is based on diverse range of business themes which help students
visualize the expectations from a professional.

Course Objective:

Soft Skills-I program will ensure that the students gain confidence and belief in what they are doing and do not
overly doubt themselves. Being aware of learning what they need both in and out of the classroom, they will
acquire clarity on what is expected from them.
Credit: 01 Semester III LTP: 002
Module
Content Lab Hours
No.
Who am I and Why am I here, Change is the only Constant, Learning to
I Learn, Technology knowhow for a Fresher, Knowledge on Tools, 10
Application Orientation, Career Management (Journey and Options).
Business Communication, Service Mindset, Customer Mindset, Myths about
II Business, Values in Business, Business Etiquette, Email Etiquette, 10
Telephone Etiquette, Team Building, Role of a Manager.
Attitude for Success, Role Models, Handling Peer Competition, Building
III Relationships, Branding Yourself. 10

Note: The questions may be asked from this syllabus and may be based on aptitude also.

Reference Books:

Cook, S. The Effective Manager (e-book). IT Governance Publishing.


Lesikar, R. V., & Pettit J. B. (2002), Business Communication: Theory and Application, All India Traveller
Book Seller, New Delhi.
Bhatnagar, Nitin & Mamta Bhatnagar (2012), Effective Communication and Soft Skills: Strategies for
Success. Pearson (Dorling Kindersley, India Ltd.), New Delhi.
Mohan, Krishan& NP Singh (2001), Speaking English Effectively, Macmillan Publishers India Ltd., New
Delhi.
Pillalamarri, J. K. (1998), Management of Soft Skills, Schitech Publications, Chennai.
Rao, M.S. & Ramana, P.S.V. (2009), Soft Skills for Better Employability, ICFAI University Press.

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AHM201: MATHEMATICS III

Credits: 04 Semester IV LTP: 310


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Solution Of Cubic and Biquadratic Equations:
Cardons Method of solving Cubic equations, Descartes and Ferraris
method of solving Biquadratic equations.
Vector Calculus: 13
I
Gradient, Divergence and curl; their geometrical and physical significance,
Vector Identities, Line, surface and volume integrals, Independence of path,
Green, Gauss divergence and Stokes theorem (without proof).
Fourier transform:
Fourier sine and cosine integrals, Complex Fourier transform, Fourier sine
and cosine transforms, Applications to heat conduction equations.
13
II Z- Transform:
Properties of Z transform, Inverse Z transform, Partial fractional and
Residue method, applications of Z transform in solving difference
equations.
Functions of a complex variable:
Analytic functions, Cauchy - Reimann equations, Harmonic function, Milnes
Thomson Method, Cauchy integral theorem, Taylors and Laurents series,
Zeros and Singularities, Residue, Cauchy Residue theorem, Applications of 14
III Contour integration in solving real integrals of the form
2


0
f (cos , sin ) d and f ( x) dx (excluding the poles on real axis).
0

Reference Books:

E. Kreyszig, Advanced Engg. Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons, 9th edition.
Bali &Goyal, A Text Book of Engg. Mathematics, Infinity Science Press.
Peter V.ONeil, AdvancedEngg. Mathematics, Thomson Learning.
M.D.Greenberg, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Pearson Education Inc.
Allen Jeffrey, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Academic Press.
B.V.Ramanna, Higher Engg. Mathematics, TMH New Delhi.

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AHM202: COMPUTER BASED NUMERICAL & STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES

Credits: 04 Semester IV LTP: 310

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Numerical Technique-I
Solution of algebraic and Transcendental equations:
Bisection, Regula-Falsi, Newton Raphson methods and their order of
conversions.
I Interpolation 13
Finite difference, relation between operators, missing term technique,
Newton forward and backward difference interpolation formula, Gauss
forward and backward difference formula, Langrange interpolation formula,
Newtons divide difference formula.
Numerical Technique-II
Numerical integration:
Newtons-Cotes quadrature formula, Trapezoidal rule, Simpsons 1/3rd and
II 3/8th rules, Booles and Weddles rule. 13
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations:
Single and multistep method, Pickards method, RangaKutta 4th order
method, Milnes predictor corrector method
Statistical Techniques
Curve-fitting, method of least square, fitting of straight lines, Polynomials
III and exponential curves etc, Corelation , linear regression analysis, binomial, 14
Poission and Normal distributions, Statistical quality control method, X, R, P
and np charts.

Reference Books:

Jain, Iyenger, Jain: Numerical Method For Scientific and Engg. Computation, New Age International.
S.S. Sastry, Introductory Method of Numerical Analysis, PHI.
S.D.Conte and Carl de Boor: Elementary of Numerical Analysis, An Algorithmic Approach, TMH.
M.Goyal, Numerical Method and Statistical Techniques Using C, Firewall Media.
S.P.Gupta, Statistical Methods, Sultan Chand & sons.

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CEE201: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Credits: 02 Semester IV LTP: 200


Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Basics of Environmental Studies: Environmental Studies: Introduction,
Scope and Importance Environment: Concept, Natural and Anthropogenic
Environment Natural Environment: Structure & Function of Atmosphere,
Hydrosphere, Lithosphere and Biosphere Ecology and Ecosystem:
I 9
Definitions Types, Structure & Functions of Ecosystem. Natural Resources:
Introduction, Classification, Concept of Conservation Present Status and
Major Issues Related to Water Resources, Forest Resources and Mineral
Resources.
Current Environmental Problems: Energy Resources: Introduction,
Classification, Energy Use Patterns, Energy Crisis, Alternative Energy
Resources Present Status and Major Issues Related to Fossil Fuels,
Hydroelectricity, Nuclear Energy, Solar Energy and Biomass Energy. Effects
of Human Activities on Environment: Effect of Agriculture, Housing, Mining,
II 9
Transportation and Industries Environment Pollution: Causes, Effects and
Control of Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Land Pollution and Noise Pollution
Introduction and Management of Solid Wastes and Hazardous Wastes Global
Environmental Challenges: Global Warming, Ozone Layer Depletion, Acid
Rain, Urbanization, Overpopulation and Biodiversity Depletion.
Environmental Protection:Environmental Protection: Role of Citizens,
Role of Government, Initiatives by NGOs, Contribution of International
Agencies and Conventions Approaches to Environmental Protection: Public
Awareness, Environmental Education, Environmental Ethics, Environmental
III 8
Laws and Environmental Economics Tools and Strategies: Environmental
Impact Assessment, Life Cycle Assessment, Ecological Footprints and
Sustainable Development Efforts towards Environmental Protection in
India.

Reference Books:

Benny Joseph, Environmental Studies.


Deswal&Deshwal, Textbook on Environmental Studies.
AK De, Environmental Studies.
Shashi K Singh and AnishaSingh, Environmental Science & Ecology.
Agarwal andSangal, Environment & Ecology.

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AHE201: ETHICS & VALUES


Credits: 02 Semester IVI LTP: 200

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Conceptual Foundations: Foundations of Morality, Professional Ethics,
Professional Standards in Engineering Practice, Major Theories of Ethics and
Different Ethical Approaches, Normatively of Science and Technology.
I Professions and Moral Dilemmas: Contemporary Ethical Issues, Conflict of 14
Interests, Contracts, Rights and Violations, Consent and Dissent, Privacy and
Confidentiality, Consultancy, Allocation of Burdens and Benefits, Direct and
Indirect Responsibility, Patents, Piracy and Clones.
Decision Making: Theoretical Bases, Foundational Values, Greater Welfare
II Approach, Risk-Benefit Analysis, Right-based Approach, Priority Allocation, 14
Binding Grounds of Decisions, Public Norms and Professional Guidelines.
Social Responsibility: Individual and Collective Responsibility, Corporate
III Social Responsibility, Justice and Fairness, Beneficence and Safety; Respect 11
for Humanity, Life, and Nature, Sustainable Development.

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CEE221: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS I

Prerequisite: This Subject Deals With Analysis of Stresses and Displacements in Statically Determinate Structures.
Pre-Requisite Knowledge of Engineering Mechanics and Elementary Mechanics of Solids is Required.

Credits: 04 Semester IV L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Classification of Structures, Free Body Diagram, Equilibrium
Equations, Static and Kinematic Determinacy, Simple, Compound and
Complex Plane Trusses, Method of Joints and Method of Sections, Method of
Substitution and Method of Tension Coefficients, Analysis of Simple Space
I Trusses. 14
Rolling Loads and Influence Lines: Rolling Loads, Cases of Single
Concentrated Load, Uniformly Distributed Load, Several Concentrated Loads,
Influence Lines for Beams and Trusses, Absolute Maximum Bending Moment,
Muller-Breslaus Principle and Its Application To Determinate Structures.
Analysis of Arches: Three Hinged Parabolic and Circular Arch, Spandrel
Braced Arch, Influence Lines for Three-Hinged Arch, Linear Arch, Eddys
Theorem.
II 14
Strain Energy: Strain Energy of Deformable Systems, Maxwells Reciprocal
and Bettis Theorem, Castiglianos First Theorem, Unit Load Method and
Conjugate Beam Method.
Unsymmetrical Bending: Derivation of Bending Equation, Location of
Neutral Axis, Computation of Stresses and Deflection, Shear Centre, Bending
III 12
of Curved Bars, Stresses in Bars of Small and Large Initial Curvatures,
Winkler-Bach Equation.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Hibbeler, R.C. (2008), Structural Analysis, Pearson Publishers, New Delhi.


Thandavamoorthy, T.S. (2005), Analysis of Structures: Strength and Behavior, Oxford University Press,
New Delhi.
Norris, C.H. and Wilbur, J.B. (2007), Elementary Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Reddy, C.S. (2005), Basic Structure Analysis, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi.
Jain, A.K. (2009), Theory and Analysis of Structures, Vol. I and II, Nem Chand & Brothers, Roorkee.
Vazirani, V.N., Ratwani, M.M., and Duggal, S.K. Analysis of Structures, Vol. 1 and 2, 17th edition, Khanna
Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE222: HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES


(PRE- REQUISITE COURSE: FLUID MECHANICS)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basics of Open Channel Flow Required for Design of Channels for Any Water
Resource Project.

Credits: 04 Semester IV L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction to Free Surface Flow: Types of Channels, Comparison Between
Pipe and Channel Flows, Geometric Elements of A Channel Section,
Classification of Open Channel Flows, Basic Equations Governing Channel
Hydraulics, Effect of Streamline Curvature and Channel Slope On Pressure
Distribution in Channels, Velocity Variation in A Channel Section,
Measurement of Velocity in A Channel.
I 12
Uniform Flow in Channels: Flow Resistance in Channel Flow, Theoretical
and Empirical Resistance Relationships for Channel Flows, Normal Depth and
Its Computation for Different Channel Cross-Sections, Section Factor and
Hydraulic Exponent for Uniform Flow Computations, Flow in Channels With
Varying Roughness, Flow in Channels With Compound Cross-Sections, Most
Efficient Cross-Sections for Rigid Boundary Channels, Design of Channels.
Critical Flow in Channels: Specific Energy, Critical Depth Computations,
Section Factor and Hydraulic Exponent for Critical Flow Computations,
Control Section, Applications of Critical Flow Concepts, Weirs and Flumes for
Flow Measurement in Channels, Specific force, Normal and Critical Slope
II 12
Channels.
Gradually Varied Flow: Basic Equation and Its Various Forms for Gradually
Varied Flow (GVF), Characteristics and Computation of GVF Profiles in
Prismatic and Non-Prismatic Channels.
Rapidly Varied Flow: Hydraulic Jump and Its Types, Classical Hydraulic
Jump, Forced Hydraulic Jump, Surges, Celerity of Waves, Gravity Waves, Deep
and Shallow Water Waves.
Fluvial Hydraulics: Incipient Motion, Regimes of Flow, Resistance Relations
III for Mobile Bed Channels, Transport of Sediment in Alluvial Channels, Design 16
of Alluvial Channels.
Hydraulic Machines: Introduction and Different Classifications of Hydraulic
Machines With Salient Details of Each, Velocity Triangles, Characteristic
Curves, Similarities Laws, Specific Speed, Cavitations.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Asawa, G.L. (2009), Fluid Flow in Pipes and Channels, CBS Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi.
French, R.H. (1994), Open-Channel Hydraulics, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Singapore.
RangaRaju, K.G. (1993), Flow through Open Channels, Tata McGraw-Hill, Publishing Company Ltd., New
Delhi.
Subramanya, K. (1996), Flow in Open Channels, Tata McGraw-Hill, Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi.
Ojha, C.S.P., Berndtsson, R., and Chandramouli, P.N. (2010), Fluid Mechanics and Machinery, Oxford
University Press, New Delhi.

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CEE223: GEO INFORMATICS

Prerequisite: This Course Discusses Fundamentals of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems.

Credits: 04 Semester IV L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Photogrammetry: Scales, Relief Displacements, Flight Planning,
Characteristics of Photographic Images, Fundamentals of Aerial Photo-
I 12
Interpretation, Applications of Photogrammetry, Stereoscopy, Stereo Parallax
Measurements.
Principles of Remote Sensing: Energy and Radiation Sources, Interaction
Mechanism With Atmospheric and Earth Surface, Ideal Remote Sensing
System, Remote Sensing Satellites and Their Data Products, Sensors and
Orbital Characteristics, Resolutions, Spectral Signatures, Spectral Reflectance
II Curves. 14
Satellite Image: Characteristics and Formats, Image Histogram, Introduction
to Digital Image Processing, Image Enhancement, Land Use and Land Cover
Classification System, Supervised Classification, Applications of Remote
Sensing.
Basic Concepts of Geographical Information System: GIS and Its
Components, Data Acquisition, Raster and Vector Formats, Topology and Data
III Models, Spatial Modeling, Data Output, GIS Applications. 14
GPS: Space Segment, Control Segment, User Segment, GPS Satellite Navigation
System, Satellite Signals, Receivers, Static, Kinematic, and Differential GPS.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Lillesand, T., Kiefer, R.W., and Chipman J. (2007), Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation, Wiley India
Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi.
Chandra, A.M. (2006), Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System, Alpha Science International
Ltd, New Delhi.
Reddy, M.A. (2005), Textbook of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, BS Publications,
New Delhi.
Ustin, S. (2004), Manual of Remote Sensing, Vol. 4, Remote Sensing for Natural Resource Management and
Environmental Monitoring, John Wiley and Sons, New Delhi.
Bossler, J.D. and Jensen, J.R. (2001), Manual of Geospatial Science and Technology, CRC Press, UK.
Burrough, P.A. and McDonnell, R.L. (1998), Principles of Geographical Information Systems, Oxford
University Press, New York, USA.
Gopi, S. (2004), Global Positioning System: Principles and Application, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

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CEE224: WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING

Prerequisite: Objective of The Course is to Discuss Various Aspects Related to Collection, Characterization,
Treatment and Distribution of Water for Drinking.

Credits: 02 Semester IV L-T-P: 2-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Introduction and Scope, Water Demand for Domestic Use,
Factors Affecting Water Consumption, Variations in Demand and Its Effects on
Design of Different Components of System, Design Periods, Population
Forecasting Methods.
Sources of Water: Kinds of Water Sources and Their Characteristics,
Collection and Quality of Surface and Ground Water, Factors Governing the
I 8
Selection of A Source of Water Supply, Intakes and Their Design for Lakes,
Streams, Canals, and Rivers, Impounding Reservoir and Determination of Its
Capacity.
Characterization of Water: Physical, Chemical and Biological Water Quality
Parameters, Their Sources, Impacts, Determination and Use, Indian and
Global Standards of Water Quality.
Water Treatment: Conventional Surface Water Treatment Using
Coagulation, Flocculation, Settling, Filtration and Disinfection, Treatment of
II 14
Ground Water for Fluoride, Arsenic, Iron and Manganese, Domestic Water
Purifiers.
Transmission of Water: Various Types of Conduits, Structural
Requirements, Laying and Testing of Water Supply Pipelines, Pipe Materials,
Joints, Appurtenances and Valves, Leakages and Control, Boosters, Safety and
Relief Measures, Water Hammer and Its Control Measures.
Storage and Distribution of Water: Methods of Distribution, Pressure and
III Gravity Distribution Systems, Concept of Service and Balancing Reservoirs, 6
Capacity of Distribution Reservoirs, General Design Guidelines for
Distribution System, Hardy-Cross and Equivalent Pipe Methods of Pipe
Network Analysis.
Rural Water Supply
Plumbing for Water Supply

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Davis, M. L. and Cornwell, D. A. (2008). Introduction to Environmental Engineering, Fourth Edition,


McGraw-Hill, Boston et al.
Peavy, H. S., Rowe, D. R. and Tchobanoglous, G. (1985). Environmental Engineering, McGraw-Hill, New
York et al.
Garg, S. K. (2008). Water Supply Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Punmia, B. C., Jain, A. and Jain, A. (2010), Water Supply Engineering, Laxmi Publications (P), Bangalore
etal.
Modi, P. N. (2001). Water Supply Engineering, Standard Book House, New Delhi.

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CEE292: HYDRAULICS LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester IV L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Uniform Flow in A Channel
Velocity Distribution in A Channel
Vertical Contraction in A Channel
Horizontal Contraction in A Channel
I
Hydraulic Jump in A Channel
Coefficient of Discharge of A Triangular/Rectangular Sharp-Crested
Weir
End Depth in A Channel

Reference Book:

Asawa, G.L. (2006), Laboratory Work in Hydraulic Engineering, New Age International (P) Limited,
Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE293: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester IV L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Deflection of a Truss.
Clark Maxwell Reciprocal Theorem with Truss.
Clark Maxwell Reciprocal Theorem with Simply Supported Beam.
Analysis of Redundant Frame.
Deflection of Curved Members.
Buckling of Columns.
I ILD for Deflection in A Steel Beam Using Unit Load Method.
ILD for Support Reaction Using Muller Breslau Principle.
Deflections in Unsymmetrical Bending.
Horizontal Thrust in A Three-Hinged Arch and to Draw Influence
Line Diagrams for Horizontal Thrust End Bending Moment.
Horizontal Thrust in A Two Hinged Arch and to Draw Influence Line
Diagrams for Horizontal Thrust and Bending Moment.

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CEE294: GEOINFORMATICS LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester IV L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Demonstration and Working on Electronic Total Station.
To Layout A Precise Traverse in A Given Area and to Compute
the Adjusted Coordinates of Survey Stations.
Demonstration and Working with Pocket/Mirror Stereoscopes,
I
Parallax Bar on Aerial Photographs.
Visual Interpretation Using IRS False Color Composite.
Demonstration and Practice Work With Navigational (Handheld)
GPS.

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AHE282: SOFT SKILLS II

Introduction: This course on Soft skills would help the students in getting a deeper insight in acquisition of four
skills of LSRW. Various activities and exercises on conversation, discussion, mini presentations, skimming,
scanning and detailed reading etc. will provide the students enough of opportunities & exposure to sharpen their
soft skills.

Objectives:
To make the students aware of the primary skills and sub skills involved in using English effectively at the
contemporary corporate workplace with a global presence.
To provide practice and guidance to enhance skills to the proficiency level expected by any organization.

Credit-01 Semester IV L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module
Content Lab Hours
No.
Introduction to English and Grammar.
Speaking face to face vs. over the phone.
Auxiliary and Modal verbs.
4 Techniques of reading- Skim, Scan, Intensive, Extensive.
I 10
ABC of writing, The KISS concept.
Presenting ideas, information and opinions with clarity.
Listening for information and making inferences.
Intonation, Word stress, Pacing, Sound clarity
Second level of reading to interpret information
Subject Verb Agreement
Understanding ideas and making inferences
Indianism, Question Tags, Phrasal verbs
II 10
Prepositions, Active and Passive voice
Third level reading and data interpretation
Sentence stress, connected speech
Tenses
Adverbs, Adjectives, Modifiers, Collocation
Discussing data and coming to conclusions
Link expressions, Compound nouns
III Negotiation skills 10
Business quiz, idioms and phrases
Individual presentation on speaking and writing
Feedback and Poster creation

Note: The questions may be asked from this syllabus and may be based on aptitude also.

Reference Books:

Hornby, A.S., An Advanced Learner, Dictionary of Current English, OUP.


Murphy, Raymond (2007), Intermediate English Grammar, Cambridge University Press.
Rizvi, Ashraf (2005), M., Effective Technical Communication, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Infosys modules on English lab.
PPT slides & videos provided by Infosys.

Material:

Audio-Video Material available in the language Lab.

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AHE301: TECHNICAL WRITING

The syllabus aims to develop the writing skills of students in order to equip them with techniques of writing
messages formally. The learners will be trained to use various modes of written communication generally used to
disseminate information within and outside an organization.

Credits: 03 Semester V L- T -P: 2-1-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Vocabulary: One Word Substitutions, Idioms & Phrases, Synonyms &
Antonyms.
Correspondence Related To Meetings: Agenda & Minutes of a Meeting.
I 18
Summarizing: Prcis Writing.
Technical Reports: Objectives, Characteristics & Significance, Types,
Structure & Format, Writing of Report.
Business Letters: Principles, Important Features & Structure, Types- Inquiry
Letters, Quotation & Placing Orders, Claim & Complaint Letters, Sales &
Credit Letters.
II Official Correspondence: Memos, Circular Letters, E-Mail, D.O. Letters. 15
Correspondence Related To Recruitment: Job Application & Resume/Bio-
Data.
Technical Proposal: Objectives, Characteristics & Significance. Types,
Structure & Writing Of Proposals.
III Study Skills: Note Making & Note Taking. 12
Technical Articles: Nature, Significance And Essentials, Journal Articles/
Research Papers.

Text Book:

Rizvi, Ashraf (2005), Effective Technical Communication, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

Reference Books:

Raman, Meenakshi; Sangeeta Sharma (2004), Technical Communication: Principles and Practice, Oxford
University Press, New Delhi.

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MBA303: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

Preamble: Massive industrialization and rapid changes in business environment in the recent past has created a
demand for professionally trained managers with more challenging and demanding roles to be played. Thus an
understanding of management principles and practices is extremely required to cope with the dynamic need of
present complex business environment which requires high degree of creativeness and innovativeness.

Objectives of the Course:

The course aims at giving an introduction of the basic concepts, principles and practices of management to the
students. A comprehensive understanding of these principles will increase their decision making ability and
sharpen their tools for the purpose. This course will help the students to become more sensible and responsive to
the needs of changing environment.

Credits: 02 Semester V L- T -P: 2-0-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Management- Concept & Nature, Management as a Science and Art, Role of
I Management Principles. 06
Fayols Principles of Management, Management Functions & Skills.
Planning- Steps And Types of Planning.
Missions And Objectives- Formulation of Mission and Objective Setting.
II Organizing- Concept of Organisation, Concept of Organisation Structure, 07
Concept of Authority and Responsibility, Essentials for Effective
Coordination.
Staffing Concept of Staffing, Factors Affecting Staffing;
Directing- Concept and Principles of Direction; Concept of Motivation and
Leadership.
III 07
Communication- Concept and Process.
Controlling- Concept of Controlling, Steps in Controlling and Types of
Control.

Text Book:

L.M. Prasad (2008), Principles & Practices of Management, Sultanchand& Sons, New Delhi.

Reference Books:

Koontz (2008), Principles of Management, Tata McGrew Hill, 1stEdition.


Robbins &Caulter (2008), Management, Prentice Hall of India, 8thEdition.
ParagDiwan (2008), Management Principles and Practices, Excel Books, New Delhi.
Stoner, Freeman, Gilbert. (2007), Jr.,Management, Prentice Hall of India, 6thEdition.
Koontz, Weihrich (1996), Essentials of Management, TMH, 5thEdition.

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CEE311: CONCRETE STRUCTURES-I


Prerequisite: Design of Beams Has Been Treated By Working Stress Method and Limit State Method. Design of Slabs
and Columns By Limit State Method has Also been Covered.

Credits: 04 Semester V L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Introduction to Various Design Philosophies: Design of Rectangular Singly
and Doubly Reinforced Sections By Working Stress Method, Limit State
I 13
Method, Design of Rectangular Singly and Doubly Reinforced Beams, T-
Beams, L-Beams By Limit State Design Method.
Behavior of RC Beam in Shear: Shear Strength of Beams With and Without
Shear Reinforcement, Minimum and Maximum Shear Reinforcement, Design
of Beam in Shear, Development Length, Anchorage Bond, Flexural Bond,
II 16
Failure of Beam Under Shear, Concept of Equivalent Shear and Moments.
Design of Slab: Design of One Way and Two Way Solid Slabs By Limit State
Design Method, Serviceability, Control of Deflection, Cracking and Vibrations.
Design of Columns: Limit State Design Method, Effective Height of Columns,
Minimum Eccentricity, Short Column Under Axial Compression,
III Requirements for Reinforcement, Column With Helical Reinforcement, Short 12
Column Under Axial Load and UNI-Axial Bending, Design of Columns Under
Bi-Axial Loading By Design Charts.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

IS: 456. (2000), Plain and Reinforced Concrete - Code of Practice, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
Gambhir, M.L. (2009), Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete Design, PHI Publisher, New Delhi.
Dayaratnam, P. (2008), Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Oxford Publishers, New
Delhi.
Menon, D. and Pillai, S. (2007), Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Krishna Raju, N. (2007), Prestressed Concrete, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Jai Krishna. (2007), Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol. 1 and 2, Nem Chand Brothers, Roorkee.
Park, R. and Paulay, T. (2009), Reinforced Concrete Structures, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
Shetty, M.S. (2008). Concrete Technology, S. Chand Publishers, New Delhi.
Jain, A.K. (2007), Reinforced Concrete: Limit State Design, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee.

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CEE312: SOIL MECHANICS

Prerequisite: This Course Deals With The Basic Knowledge of the Existence of Soil Particles and Their Geotechnical
Properties and Classification.

Credits: 04 Semester V L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Introduction: Soil Formation, Transport and Deposit of Soil, Soil
Composition, Basic Definitions, Phase Relationships, Clay Minerals Like
Montmorrilonite, Illite and Kaolinite, Index Properties, Particle Size Analysis,
Shape and Size, Grain Size Distribution Curves, Relative Density, Consistency
of Soils, Determination of Important Physical and Index Properties of Soils,
I 14
Soil Classification Systems With Specific Reference to Unified Soil
Classification and is Soil Classification Systems, Field Identification Tests.
Soil Structure: Soil Structure, Single Grained Structure, Honeycomb
Structure, Flocculent and Dispersed Structures, Structure of Composite Soils.
Role of Soil Structure on the Behavior of Soils.
Soil-Water Relations: Soil-Water Systems, Capillarity, Geostatic Stresses,
Effective and Neutral Stress, Capillary Flow, Darcys Law, Permeability,
Factors Affecting Permeability, Determination of Permeability in the
Laboratory and in the Field, Piping, Quick Sand Condition, Seepage,
II Governing Differential Equation for Flow Through Soils. Different Kinds of 14
Flow: Steady State and Transient Flow, Graphical Method of Solving Steady
State Flow Equation (Laplace Equation): Flow Nets and Their Uses, Flow
Through Homogeneous Earth Dams: Two Dimensional Cases, Design of
Drainage Filters.
Compaction: General Principles, Moisture- Density Relationship, Optimum
Moisture Content, Relevant Laboratory and Field Tests, Factors Affecting
Compaction, Field Compaction, Compaction Techniques.
Compressibility and Consolidation: Fundamentals, 1-D Consolidation,
Normally and Over-Consolidated Clays, Void Ratio- Pressure Relationships,
Determination of Pre-Consolidation Pressure, Compressibility
Characteristics, Terzaghis One Dimensional Consolidation Theory and
III Coefficient of Consolidation, Time Rate of Consolidation, Determination of 12
Coefficient of Consolidation in the Laboratory: Curve Fitting Techniques,
Primary and Secondary Consolidation and Settlement, Settlement Analysis, 3-
D Consolidation, Vertical Sand Drains
Shear Strength of Soil: Mohr-Coulomb Failure Criterion, Direct Shear Test,
Unconfined Compression Test, Triaxial Tests: Unconsolidated Undrained,
Consolidated Drained and Consolidated Undrained Tests, Vane Shear Test,
Shear Strength of Clays, Critical Void Ratio, Pore-Pressure Coefficients.

Reference Books/Text Book/Cases:

, V.N.S. (2010), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Marcel Dekker Publications, New Delhi.
Arora, K.R. (2009), Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering, Standard Publishers Distributors, New
Delhi.
Venkataramaiah, C. (2006), Geotechnical Engineering, New Age Publications, New Delhi.
Ranjan, G. and Rao, A.S.R. (2000), Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics, New Age Publication, New Delhi.

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CEE313: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS II

Prerequisite: Analysis of Stresses and Displacements in Statically Indeterminate Structures Like Beams and Frames
has been Treated By Conventional Methods of Compatible Deformation, Slope Deflection and Moment Distribution
Method. Strain Energy Method and Matrix Analysis Has Also Been Used. Finally, Plastic Analysis of Beams and Frames
Has Been Also Been Included.
.
Credits: 04 Semester V L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Analysis of Indertminate Structures: Slope-Deflection Method, Moment
Distribution Method, Strain Energy Method for Fixed Beams, Continuous
I Beam, Propped Cantilevers and Simple Frames With or Without Joint 14
Displacement.
Muller-Breslaus Principle: Applications to Statically Indeterminate Beams.
Analysis of Two-Hinged Arches: Analysis of Horizontal Thrust, Bending
Moment, Normal Thrust, and Radial Shear, Influence Lines.
Suspension Bridges: Analysis of Cables With Concentrated and Continuous
II 14
Loadings, Basics of Two and Three Hinged Stiffening Girders, Influence Line
Diagrams for Maximum Bending Moment and Shear Force for Stiffening
Girders.
Introduction to Matrix Method of Structural Analysis: Flexibility and
Stiffness Method for Beams, Frame, and Trusses.
III 12
Basics of Plastic Analysis: Basic Theorems, Static and Kinematic Method for
Beams and Frames.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Kukreja, C.B. (2000), Indeterminate Structural Analysis, Standard Publishers Distributors, New Delhi.
Hibbeler, R.C. (2008), Structural Analysis, Pearson Education Publishers, New Delhi.
Thandavamoorthy, T.S. (2005), Analysis of Structures: Strength and Behavior, Oxford University Press,
New Delhi.
Norris, C.H. and Wilbur, J.B. (2007), Elementary Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Reddy, C.S. (2005), Basic Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Jain, O.P. and Jain, B.K. (2009), Theory and Analysis of Structures, Vol. I and II, Nem Chand and Brothers,
Roorkee.
Vazirani, V.N., Ratwani, M.M., and Duggal, S.K. Analysis of Structures, Vol. 1 and 2, 17th edition, Khanna
Publishers, New Delhi.
Hibbeler, R.C. (2003), Introduction to Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis:, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

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CEE314: WASTE WATER AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT


(PRE- REQUISITE COURSE: WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING)

Prerequisite: This Course Deals With Different Processes of Waste Water Collection, Treatment and Disposal and
Solid Waste Disposal.

Credits: 04 Semester V L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Introduction and Scope
Wastewater Collection: Plumbing for Wastewater Collection, Types of
Sewers, Flow in Full and Partially Full Sewers, Design of Sewers, Types,
Materials, and Construction of Sewers, Joints and Sewer Appurtenances,
I 14
Layout and Construction of Sewer Lines, Planning of Sewerage Systems,
Construction & Maintenance, Storm water Sewers.
Wastewater Characteristics: Physical, Chemical, and Bacteriological
Examination of Wastewater, Effluent Standards.
Wastewater Treatment: on Site and Centralized Treatment Systems, Septic
Tank, Soakage Pit and Dispersion Trench.
Pre-and Primary Treatment: Screens, Grit Removal, Primary Settling.
Secondary Treatment: Theory of Organic Matter Removal, Aerobic and
Anaerobic Treatment Processes, Activated Sludge Process, Conventional and
Extended Aeration Systems, Trickling Filters, Aerated Lagoons, Waste
II 20
Stabilization Ponds, Oxidation Ditches, R.B.C., Up-Flow Anaerobic Sludge
Blanket (USAB) Process.
Tertiary/ Advanced Wastewater Treatment Processes: Removal of
Nitrogen and Phosphorus Etc.
Sludge Management: Thickening of Sludge, Anaerobic Digestion of Sludge,
Sludge Drying and Final Disposal.
Disposal of Wastewater: Standards of Wastewater Disposal, Disposal of
Treated Sewage on Land and in Surface Waters, Do Sag Curve/ Model
III 8
Municipal Solid Waste: Collection, Characterization, Transport, Treatment &
Disposal of Municipal Solid Wastes.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Davis, M. L. and Cornwell, D. A. (2008). Introduction to Environmental Engineering, Fourth Edition,


McGraw-Hill, Boston et al.
Peavy, H. S., Rowe, D. R. and Tchobanoglous, G. (1985). Environmental Engineering, McGraw-Hill, New
York et al.
Garg, S. K. (2008). Water Supply Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Punmia, B. C., Jain, A. and Jain, A. (2010), Water Supply Engineering, Laxmi Publications (P), Bangalore et
al.
Modi, P. N. (2001). Water Supply Engineering, Standard Book House, New Delhi.

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CEE315: QUANTITY SURVEYING & ESTIMATION


Prerequisite: This Course Deals With The Basics of Estimation of Various Construction Parameters.

Credits: 02 Semester V L-T-P: 1-2-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Estimation: Importance of Estimation, Different Types of Estimates,
Specifications General and Detailed.
I Methods of Estimation: General Items of Work for Estimates Units and 10
Measurement, Method of Accounting for the Deduction of Openings Etc.,
Detailed Estimates of A Single Room and A Two Room Residential Building.
Analysis of Rates: Definition of Analysis of Rates, Prime Cost, Work Charged
Establishment, Quantity of Materials Per Unit of Work for Major Civil
II 10
Engineering Items, Resource Planning Through Analysis of Rates, Market
Rates.
Public Works Organization: PWD Scheduled and Cost Indices for Building
Material and Labour, MES Organization, Indian Railway Organization,
III 08
Concept of Organizational Set Up for Public Work Execution, Duties, and
Responsibilities of the officers.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Seetharaman, S. (2012), Construction Engineering and Management, Umesh Publishers, Delhi.


Rangwala, S.C., Rangwala, K.S., and Rangwala K.K. (2009), Estimating, Costing, and Valuation (Professional
Practice), Charotar Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Anand, Gujrat.
Gahlot, P.S. and Dhir, B.M. (2007), Construction Planning and Management, New Age International (P)
Ltd. Publishers, New Delhi.
Arora, S.P. and Bindra, S.P. (2005), A Text Book of Building Construction Including Engineering Materials,
Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi.

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CEE382: SOIL MECHANICS LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester V L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Determination of Water Content and Specific Gravity of Soil By
Specific Gravity Bottle and Pycnometer.
Determination of Grain Size Distribution of Soil.
(a) Sieve Test.
(b) Hydrometer Test.
Determination of Atterberg Limits of Soil.
(a) Liquid Limit.
(b) Plastic Limit.
(c) Shrinkage Limit.
Determination of Optimum Moisture Content and the Maximum Dry
Density.
(a) Proctor Compaction Test.
(b) Modified Proctor Compaction Test.
(c) Use of Proctor Penetration Needle.
I
Determination of Coefficient of Permeability of Soil.
(a) Constant Head Permeameter.
(b) Falling Head Permeameter.
Measurement of Soil Compaction in the Field.
(a) Core Cutter Method.
(b) Sand Replacement Method.
Determination of Relative Density of Granular Soil.
Determination of Unconfined Compressive Strength of Soil
Determination of Shear Strength Parameters of Soil.
(a) Shear Box Test.
(b) Tri-Axial Compression Test.
Vane Shear Test.
Determination of California Bearing Ratio (CBR) of Soaked and Un-
Soaked Soil Specimens.

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CEE383: WATER AND WASTE WATER ANALYSIS LABORATORY

Prerequisite: Any Ten Experiments Out of the List Below:

Credits: 01 Semester V L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Determination of Turbidity.
Determination of Ph.
Determination of Hardness.
Determination of Residual Chlorine.
Determination of Most Probable Number of Coli forms.
Measurement of Air Pollutants With High Volume Sampler.
Determination of Total Suspended And Dissolved Solids.
I Determination of BOD.
Determination of COD.
Determination of Kjeldahl Nitrogen.
Determination of Fluoride.
Determination of Conductivity.
Determination of Chlorides.
Determination of Alkalinity And Acidity.
Determination of Dissolved Oxygen.

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CEE384: CAD LABORATORY

Prerequisite: At the End of This Course the Student Should Be Able to Draft on Computer Building Drawings (Plan,
Elevation and Sectional Views) in Accordance With Development and Control Rules Satisfying Orientation and
Functional Requirements for the Following:

Credits: 02 Semester VI L-T-P: 0-0-4

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Working on Structural Analysis and Design Softwares Like STAAD
Pro / ETAB / SAP / ANSYS / ADINA / NISA.
Working on Geotechnical Softwares Like GEO-5 / Plaxis.
Working on Environmental Engineering Softwares for Analysis and
Design of Water & Waste Water Treatment and Distribution Systems
I like Water CAD / Sewer CAD / Water Gem / Sewer Gem.
Working on Transportation Engineering Softwares Like HEADS / MX
Road.
Working on GIS Softwares Like Arc GIS / Envi / Gepsy.
Working on Project Management Softwares Like Primavera / MS
Project.

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AHE381: SOFT SKILLS III

This course focuses on the use of English, specifically in industry situations. The course is based on diverse range
of business themes which help students visualize the expectations from a professional.

Course Objectives:

Gain a functional understanding of Basic English.


Practice Language Skills to Eliminate Errors in Pronunciation and Sentence Construction.
Understand and enhance interpersonal communication process.

Credit: 01 Semester V LTP: 002

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Business Communication Skills
English Language Enhancement
Verbs, Tenses, Phrasal Verbs,
I 10
Synonyms, Antonyms and homonyms
Descriptive Words, Combining Sentences, Business Idioms
Indianisms in English, Frequently Mispronounced Words, Signposts in English.
The Art of Communication
II 10
The communication Process, Effective Listening, Non Verbal Communication.
Intrapersonal & Interpersonal Relationship Skills
Self-Awareness, Self Esteem & Confidence, Assertiveness and Confidence
III Dealing with Emotions, The Team Concept, Elements of Teamwork, Stages of 10
Team Formation, What is an Effective Team?
Essential Building Blocks of Effective Teams, Team Player Styles.

Note: The questions may be asked from this syllabus and may be based on aptitude also.

Reference Books:

Cook, S (2009), The Effective Manager ( e-book), IT Governance Publishing


Bhatnagar, Nitin & Mamta Bhatnagar (2012), Effective Communication and Soft Skills: Strategies for
Success. New Delhi, Pearson (Dorling Kindersley, India Ltd.)
Mohan, Krishan& NP Singh (2009), Speaking English Effectively, New Delhi, Macmillan Publishers India
Ltd.
Pillalamarri, J. K. (2010), Management of Soft Skills, Schitech Publications, Chennai.
Rao, M.S. &Ramana, P.S.V., Soft Skills for Better Employability, ICFAI University Press.

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AHE301: TECHNICAL WRITING

The syllabus aims to develop the writing skills of students in order to equip them with techniques of writing
messages formally. The learners will be trained to use various modes of written communication generally used to
disseminate information within and outside an organization.

Credits: 03 Semester VI L- T -P: 2-1-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Vocabulary: One Word Substitutions, Idioms & Phrases, Synonyms &
Antonyms.
Correspondence Related To Meetings: Agenda & Minutes of a Meeting.
I 18
Summarizing: Prcis Writing.
Technical Reports: Objectives, Characteristics & Significance, Types,
Structure & Format, Writing of Report.
Business Letters: Principles, Important Features & Structure, Types- Inquiry
Letters, Quotation & Placing Orders, Claim & Complaint Letters, Sales &
Credit Letters.
II Official Correspondence: Memos, Circular Letters, E-Mail, D.O. Letters. 15
Correspondence Related To Recruitment: Job Application & Resume/Bio-
Data.
Technical Proposal: Objectives, Characteristics & Significance. Types,
Structure & Writing Of Proposals.
III Study Skills: Note Making & Note Taking. 12
Technical Articles: Nature, Significance And Essentials, Journal Articles/
Research Papers.

Text Book:

Rizvi, Ashraf (2005), Effective Technical Communication, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

Reference Books:

Raman, Meenakshi; Sangeeta Sharma (2004), Technical Communication: Principles and Practice, Oxford
University Press, New Delhi.

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MBA303: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

Preamble: Massive industrialization and rapid changes in business environment in the recent past has created a
demand for professionally trained managers with more challenging and demanding roles to be played. Thus an
understanding of management principles and practices is extremely required to cope with the dynamic need of
present complex business environment which requires high degree of creativeness and innovativeness.

Objectives of the Course:

The course aims at giving an introduction of the basic concepts, principles and practices of management to the
students. A comprehensive understanding of these principles will increase their decision making ability and
sharpen their tools for the purpose. This course will help the students to become more sensible and responsive to
the needs of changing environment.

Credits: 02 Semester VI L- T -P: 2-0-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Management- Concept & Nature, Management as a Science and Art, Role of
I Management Principles. 06
Fayols Principles of Management, Management Functions & Skills.
Planning- Steps And Types of Planning.
Missions And Objectives- Formulation of Mission and Objective Setting.
II Organizing- Concept of Organization, Concept of Organisation Structure, 07
Concept of Authority and Responsibility, Essentials for Effective
Coordination.
Staffing Concept of Staffing, Factors Affecting Staffing;
Directing- Concept and Principles of Direction; Concept of Motivation and
Leadership.
III 07
Communication- Concept and Process.
Controlling- Concept of Controlling, Steps in Controlling and Types of
Control.

Text Book:

L.M. Prasad (2008), Principles & Practices of Management, Sultanchand & Sons, New Delhi.

Reference Books:

Koontz (2008), Principles of Management, Tata McGrew Hill, 1stEdition.


Robbins &Caulter (2008), Management, Prentice Hall of India, 8thEdition.
ParagDiwan (2008), Management Principles and Practices, Excel Books, New Delhi.
Stoner, Freeman, Gilbert. (2007), Jr.,Management, Prentice Hall of India, 6thEdition.
Koontz, Weihrich (1996), Essentials of Management, TMH, 5thEdition.

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CEE321: CONCRETE STRUCTURES II

Prerequisite: With A Pre-Requisite Knowledge of Properties of Concrete and Design of Beams, Slabs, and Columns, RC
Structures Composed of These Elements Have Been Covered in This Module.

Credits: 04 Semester VI L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Flat Slabs: Nature of Stresses in Flat Slabs With and Without Drops,
Coefficients for Design of Flat Slabs, Reinforcement in Flat Slabs (Is Code
Method).
I 12
Beams Curved in Plan: Analysis and Design, Structural Behavior of Footings,
Design of Footing for A Wall and A Single Column, Combined Rectangular and
Trapezoidal Footings and Strap Footing.
Retaining Wall: Structural Behavior of Retaining Wall, Stability of Retaining
Wall Against Overturning and Sliding, Design of T-Shaped Retaining Wall,
II 14
Concept of Counter fort Retaining Wall, Loads, Forces and I.R.C. Bridge
Loadings, Design of RC Slab Culvert.
Water Tanks: Design Criteria, Material Specification and Permissible
Stresses for Tanks, Design Concepts of Circular and Rectangular Tanks
Situated on the Ground/Underground, Design of Overhead Tanks.
III 14
Prestressed Concrete: Advantages of Prestressing, Methods of Prestressing,
Losses in Prestress, Analysis of Simple Prestress, Rectangular, I Beams and T
Beams.

All Designs Must Conform to Provisions of IS Codes of Practice.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

IS: 456. (2000), Plain and Reinforced Concrete - Code of Practice, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
Menon, D. and Pillai, S. (2008), Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Krishna Raju, N. (2007), Prestressed Concrete, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Jai Krishna (2007), Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol. 1 and 2, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee.
Park, R. and Paulay, T. (2009), Reinforced Concrete Structures, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
Varghese, P.C. (2009), Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, PHI Publishers, New Delhi.
Gambhir, M.L. (2009), Fundamentals of Reinforced Concrete Design, PHI Publishers, New Delhi.
Jain, A.K. (2007), Reinforced Concrete: Limit State Design, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee.

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CEE322: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING I


(PRE- REQUISITE COURSES: FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basics of Hydrology Required For Design of Any Water Resource Project.

Credits: 04 Semester VI L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: History of Hydrology, Hydrological Cycle, World Water
Quantities, Applications of Hydrology in Engineering.
I Precipitation: Forms of Precipitation, Variability of Precipitation in India, 10
Rainfall, Precipitation Gauging Network, Handling of Rainfall Data for
Estimation of Mean Rainfall and IDF and Dad Analysis.
Hydrological Abstractions: Interception and Depression Storage,
Infiltration Process, Infiltration Capacity, Infiltration Measurement,
Infiltration Indices, Estimation of Infiltration, Measurement and Estimation of
Evaporation, Measurement and Estimation of Evapotranspiration.
II Stream Flow: Factors Affecting Stream Flow, Measurement of Stream Flow, 15
Stage-Discharge Relationship (Rating Curve) and Its Extrapolation,
Hydrograph Analysis, Preparation of Unit Hydrograph, Synthetic Hydrograph,
Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph, Hydrological Modeling for Stream Flow
Estimation, Peak Discharge Estimation.
Floods: Frequency Analysis, Design Flood, Design Storm, Reservoir Flood
Routing; Hydrologic Flood Routing (Muskingum Method)
Ground Water: Aquifers Types and Associated Characteristics, Darcys
Law/Equation, Steady Flow Towards Wells in Confined and Unconfined
III Aquifers. 15
Water Resource Projects: Need of Harnessing Water for Irrigation and
Power, Development of Water Resources in India, Importance and Impact of
Water Resource Projects on Human Environment, Planning of Water
Resource Projects.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Publishers, New Delhi.


Ojha, C.S.P., Berndtsson, R., and Bhunya, P. (2008), Engineering Hydrology, Oxford University Press, New
Delhi.
Singh, V.P. (1992), Elementary Hydrology, Prentice-Hall, New Delhi.
Subramanya, K. (1994), Engineering Hydrology, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited, New
Delhi.

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CEE323: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING


Credits: 04 Semester VI L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Stresses Due to Superimposed Loading: Boussinesqs and Westergards
Theory for Determination of Stresses Within Soils Under Superimposed
Loads and Their Uses, Stresses Due to Vertical and Horizontal Line Loads,
Circular, Rectangular and Trapezoidal Loading, Stress Isobars and Their
I Engineering Significance, Equivalent Point Load Method, Contact Pressure,. 12
Newmarks Influence Chart.
Soil Exploration: Methods of Soil Exploration, Test Pits, Boring, Sampling,
Penetration Tests (SPT, CPT and DCPT), Correlations Between Penetration
Resistance and Soil Design Parameters.
Bearing Capacity: Basic Definitions, Rankines Analysis, Terzaghis Analysis,
Meyerhofs Analysis, Vesics Bearing Capacity Equation, Effect of Water Table,
Inclination and Eccentricity of the Applied Load on Bearing Capacity, Plate
Load Test, Provisions of Indian Standard Code of Practice.
Pile Foundations: Single and Group of Piles, Pile Capacity, Negative Skin
II 15
Friction.
Settlement Analysis: Elastic and Consolidation Settlement Analysis of
Foundations. Time-Settlement Predictions, Construction Loading and
Settlement Analysis, De Beer and Schmertmans Methods of Settlement
Analysis.
Earth Pressure: Plastic Equilibrium of Soil, Rankines Theory, Coulombs
Wedge Theory, Earth Pressure on Retaining Walls.
Stability of Slopes :Stability Analysis of Infinite and Finite Slopes, Planer and
III 13
Circular Slip Surfaces, Culmanns Method, Taylor Stability Number and
Stability Charts, Method of Slices, Fellenius and Bishops Method of Stability
Analysis.

Reference Books/Text Book/Cases:

Murthy, V.N.S. (2010), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Marcel Dekker Publications, New
Delhi.
Arora, K.R. (2009), Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering, Standard Publishers Distributors, New
Delhi.
Venkataramaiah, C. (2006), Geotechnical Engineering, New Age Publications, New Delhi.
Ranjan, G. and Rao, A.S.R. (2000), Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics, New Age Publication, New Delhi.
Peck, R.B., Hanson, W.E., and Thornburn. (1974), Foundation Engineering, John Wiley and Sons, New
York, USA.

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CEE324: TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING - I


Prerequisite: This Course Includes Introduction and Design of The Transportation System and Building of Its Lines
and Rolling Stock, Determination of the Traffic Requirements of the Route, Setting up Efficient and Safe Schedules,
and the Interaction of the System With the Community and the Environment.

Credits: 04 Semester VI L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Highway Development and Planning: Role of Transportation, Modes of
Transportation, History of Road Development, Nagpur Road Plan, Bombay
Road Plan and 3rd 20-Year Road Plan, Road Types and Pattern.
I Highway Geometric Design: Cross Sectional Elements, Camber, Shoulder, 10
Sight Distance, Horizontal Curves, Super Elevation, Extra Widening,
Transition Curves and Gradient, Vertical Curves, Summit and Valley Curves.
Traffic Engineering: Traffic Characteristic, Volume Studies, Speed Study,
Capacity, Density, Traffic Control Devices, Signs, Signals, Design of Signals,
Island, Intersection At Grade and Grade Separated Intersections, Design of
Rotary Intersection
II 16
Design of Highway Pavements: Types of Pavements, Design Factors, Design
of Flexible Pavement By CBR Method (IRC: 37-2001), Design of Rigid
Pavement, Westergaard Theory, Load and Temperature Stresses, Joints, Irc
Method of Rigid Pavement Design (IRC: 58 2002).
Highway Construction: Road Construction Methods, Water Bound
Macadam, Surface Dressing, Bituminous Carpeting, Bituminous Bound
III Macadam and Asphaltic Concrete, Cement Concrete Road Construction. 14
Highway Maintenance: Various Types of Failures, Evaluation and Remedial
Measures.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Khanna, S.K. and Justo, C.E.G. (2011), Highway Engineering, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee.
Kadiyali, L.R. and Lall, N.B. (2009), Highway Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Kadiyali, L.R. (2011), Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Chakroborty, P. and Das, A. (2009), Principles of Transportation Engineering, PHI Learning Publications,
New Delhi.
Papacostas, C.S. and Prevedouros, P.D. (2009), Transportation Engineering and Planning, PHI Learning
Publications, New Delhi.
Khisty, C.J. and Lall, B.K. (2009), Transportation Engineering: An Introduction, PHI Learning Publications,
New Delhi.

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CEE325: BUILDING PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION

Prerequisite: This course deals with the planning and construction aspects of different kinds of buildings.

Credits: 02 Semester VI L-T-P: 2-0-0

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Introduction: Types of Buildings, Criteria for Location and Site Plan and Its
Detail.
Sun and Climatic Consideration: Different Methods of Drawing Sun Chart,
I 10
Sun Shading Devices, Louvers, Energy Conservation in Building, Element of
Climate, Climatic Zones of India, Comfort Conditions, Biclimatic Chart,
Orientation.
Principles of Planning: Different Factors Affecting Planning Viz.- Aspect,
Prospect, Roominess, Furniture Requirement, Elegance, Grouping,
Circulation, Privacy, Etc., Vastu Shastra in Modern Residential Buildings.
II Building Bye Laws and NBC Regulations: Objectives, Regulation Regarding: 10
Means of Access, Lines of Building Frontage, Covered Area, Floor Area Ratio,
Open Spaces, Height and Sizes of Rooms, Plinth Regulation and Sanitation
Provisions.
Building and Its Requirement: Building Components -Doors, Windows,
Ventilations, Their Functions and Requirements, Load Bearing Construction
and Framed Structure Construction, Functional Efficiency of Buildings.
Foundation: Types of Foundation, Purpose, Causes of Failure of Foundation
and Remedial Measures. Foundation on Expansive Soils.
III Plastering & Pointing: Definitions. Types of Plastering, Methods of 12
Plastering, Types of Pointing.
Cavity Wall and Partition Wall: Types, Purpose and Use of Partition Wall.
Purpose and Method of Cavity Walls.
Natural Ventilation, Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning. Mechanical Lifts
and Escalators, Fire Fighting.

All designs must conform to provisions of IS: 456 (2000).

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

S K Duggal(2009), Building Materials, Publisher: New Age International


P.C. Varghese(2005), Building Materials, Publisher: PHI
P.C. Varghese(2007), Building Construction, Publisher: PHI
B.C. Punmia(2005), A Text Book of Building Construction, Publisher: Laxmi Publications, Delhi

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CEE392: STRUCTURAL DETAILING LABORATORY

Prerequisite: Complete Design of A Simple Load Bearing Residential Building Based on IS-456: 2000 and SP-16.
Detailing by Auto CAD.

Credits: 01 Semester VI L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
RC Beams- Simply Supported, Continuous, Cantilever.
Slabs.
Columns.
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Footing.
Staircases.
Beams.

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CEE393: TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester VI L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Test on Aggregate
a. Crushing Value.
b. Los Angeles Abrasion Value of Aggregates.
c. Aggregate Impact Value.
d. Flakiness Index and Elongation Index of Coarse Aggregate.
e. Stripping Value of Aggregate.
Test on Bitumen
a. Penetration Value of Bitumen.
b. Softening Point Value of Bitumen.
c. Ductility Value of Bitumen.
I
d. Flash and Fire Point of Bitumen.
e. Specific Gravity of Bitumen.
f. Ductility Test of Bituminous Sample.
g. Stripping Test of Bituminous Sample.
h. Softening Point Test of Bituminous Sample.
Pavement Design
a. Design of GSB and WMM.
b. Marshall Method of Mix Design.
c. Demonstration of Advanced Equipments for
Characterization of Pavement Materials.

Reference Book:

Khanna, S.K. and Justo, C.E.G. (2010). Highway Material Testing Laboratory Manual, Nem Chand and
Brothers, Roorkee.

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CEE394: COMPUTER AIDED BUILDING DRAWING LABORATORY

Credits: 01 Semester VI L-T-P: 0-0-2

Module Teaching
Content
No. Hours
Buildings with Load Bearing Walls (Flat and Pitched Roof) Including
Details of Doors and Windows.
RCC Framed Structures.
I Industrial Buildings.
North Light Roof Structures.
Trusses.
Perspective View of One and Two Storey Buildings..

Reference Books:

Verma, B.P. (2008), Civil Engineering Drawing, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Balagopal and Prabhu, T.S. (2005), Building Drawing and Detailing, Spades Publishers, Calicut.
Shah, M.G. (1992), Building Drawing, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers, Noida.
Kumaraswamy, N. and Kameswara Rao, A. (2011), Building Planning and Drawing, Charotar Publishers,
Anand, Gujrat.
Shah, M.G., Kale, C.M., and Patki, S.Y. (2002), Building Drawing With An Integrated Approach to Built
Environment, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishers, Noida.

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AHE382: SOFT SKILLS IV

Credit-01 Semester VI L-T-P: 0-0-2


It is well recognized by the Industry that the soft skills are essential for entry level employees include:
articulation, competence in reading, writing, effective listening and oral communication skills; adaptability to
cross cultural environment through creative thinking and problem solving; personal management with
assertiveness and initiative; interpersonal skills; the ability to work in teams. Enterprises define the entrants to be
Industry Ready when they possess these soft skills.

Module
Content Lab Hours
No.
Campus to Company
The Corporate Fit-Dressing and Grooming, Corporate Dressing Dress
for Success
I 10
Business Etiquette, Basic Table Manners, Dealing with people
Communication Media Etiquette
Telephone and Email Etiquette
Group Discussions, Interviews and Presentations
Group Discussions
Group Discussions, Structured Group Discussions, Unstructured Group
Discussions
Interviewing Skills
Interview Handling Skills
An Effective Resume
II 10
The Interview Process
The Interview Preparation Check List
At the Interview Putting your best foot forward
Common Interview Mistakes
Presentation Skills
Voice, Body Language, Content and Visual Aids, Audience Management,
Practice
Entrepreneurial Skills Development
Goal Setting, Understanding Entrepreneurship
Studying Entrepreneurial Competencies
What are the Entrepreneurial Competencies?
Entrepreneurship in Daily Life
Venture Project Planning & Entrepreneurship Cycles
III 10
Planning the Project
Case Studies in Entrepreneurship
Reference Books and Links
Entrepreneurship Courses in India
Links to Venture capitalists
Reference Books used in this manual

Note: The questions may be asked from this syllabus and may be based on aptitude also.
Reference Books:
Hornby, A.S.(2005), An Advanced Learners Dictionary of Current English, OUP.
Murphy, Raymond (2006), Intermediate English Grammar, Cambridge University Press.
Rizvi, Ashraf, M. (2010), Effective Technical Communication, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Infosys modules
PPT slides & videos provided by Infosys.
Material:
Audio-Video Material available in the language Lab.

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CEE411: STEEL STRUCTURES I


Prerequisite: Design of Common Steel Structures by Limit State Method has Been Included in This Course.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0


Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
General Considerations: Introduction, Advantages of Steel As A Structural
Material, Disadvantages of Steel As A Structural Material, Structural Steel,
Stress-Strain Curve for Mild Steel, Rolled Steel Sections, Convention for
Member Axes, Loads: Dead Load, Live Loads, Environmental Loads, Seismic
Forces, Snow, and Rain Loads, Erection Loads, Basis for Design, Design
Philosophies, Local Buckling of Plate Elements.
Simple ConnectionsRiveted, Bolted and Pinned Connections:
I 13
Introduction, Riveted Connections, Patterns of Riveted Joints, Bolted
Connections, Types of Bolts, Types of Bolted Joints, Load Transfer
Mechanism, Failure of Bolted Joints, Specification for Bolted Joints,
BearingType Connections, Prying Action, Tensile Strength of Plate, Efficiency
of the Joint, Combined Shear and Tension, SlipCritical Connections,
Combined Shear and Tension for SlipCritical Connections, Working Load
Design, Pin Connections.
Introduction: Types, Symbols, Welding Process, Weld Defects, Inspection of
Welds, Assumptions in the Analysis of Welded Joints, Design of Groove Welds,
Design of Fillet Welds, Fillet Weld Applied to the Edge of A Plate or Section,
Fillet Weld for Truss Members, Design of Intermittent Fillet Welds, Plug and
Slot Welds, Stresses Due to Individual Forces, Combination of Stresses,
Failure of Welds, Distortion of Welded Parts, Fillet Weld Versus Butt Weld,
II 12
Welded Jointed Versus Bolted and Riveted Joints, Section of Fasteners,
Working Load Design.
Tension Members: Introduction, Types of Tension Members, Net Sectional
Area, Effective Net Area, Types of Failure, Design Strength of Tension
Members, Slenderness Ratio, Displacement, Design of Tension Member, Lug
Angles, Splices, Gusset Plate, Working Load Design.
Compression Members: Introduction, Effective Length, Slenderness Ratio,
Types of Sections, Types of Buckling, Classification of Cross Sections, Column
Formula, Design Strength, Design of Axially Loaded Compression Members.
Built-Up Columns: Latticed Columns, Lacing, Latten, Compression Member
Composed of Two Components Back-to-Back, Encased Column, Splices,
Design of Column Bases.
Beams: Introduction, Types of Sections, Behavior of Beam in Flexure, Section
III 15
Classification, Lateral Stability of Beams, Lateral-Torsional Buckling, Bending
Strength of Beams, Laterally Supported Beams, Laterally Unsupported
Beams, Shear Strength of Beams, Web Buckling, Bearing Strength, Web
Crippling, Deflection, Design Procedure of Rolled Beams, Built-Up Beams
(Plated Beams), Lintels, Purlins, Beam, Bearing Plates, Castellated Beam,
Effect of Holes in Beam, Introduction to Plate Girder, Introduction to Gantry
Girder.

Reference Books/ Text Book/Cases:

Sai Ram, K.S. (2010), Design of Steel Structures, Pearson Publishers, New Delhi.
Duggal,S.K. (2010), Limit State Design of Steel Structures, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Subramanian, N. (2011), Design of Steel Structures, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
Englekirk, R.E. (1994), Steel Structures: Controlling Behavior through Design, John Wiley and Sons
Publishers, New Delhi.
Bhavikatti, S.S. (2009), Design of Steel Structures, by Limit State Method as per IS: 800-2007, I.K.
International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

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CEE412: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING II


(WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING I)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features Required for Planning and Design of A Water Resource Project.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Soil-Water Relationships and Irrigation: Crops and Crop Seasons, Soil-
Water Relationships, Evapotranspiration (Consumptive Use), Requirement,
Frequency, and Methods of Irrigation for Cultivation of Crops.
I 16
Canal Irrigation: Planning, Alignment, and Design Discharge of Irrigation
Canal Systems, Delivery of Water to Farms, Management of Canal Irrigation in
India.
Surface and Sub-Surface Flow Considerations for Design of Hydraulic
Structures: Estimation of Seepage Pressures and Sub-Soil HGL Using Khosla
Et. Al. Method, Use of Hydraulic Jump in Hydraulic Structures.
Canal Regulation Structures: Necessity of Providing Canal Falls and Design
of Sarda and Glacis Falls, Distributary Head Regulator, Cross Regulator,
II Sediment Control Measures in Off taking Canals. 18
Cross-Drainage Structures: Types of Cross-Drainage Structures, Design
Concepts for Aqueducts, Siphon Aqueduct, Level Crossing, Super passage, and
Siphon.
Canal Headwork's: Location and Different Units of Head works, Methods of
River Training for Canal Head works.
Water Resource Projects: Types of Dams, Salient Design Features of
Embankment Dams and Gravity Dams, Spillways and Design of Ogee Spillway.
III 06
Hydropower: Benefits of Hydropower, Potential and Development of
Hydropower in India, Types of Hydropower Plants, Small Hydropower Plants.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Asawa, G.L. (2005), Irrigation and Water Resources Engineering, New Age International (P) Limited,
Publishers, New Delhi.
Punmia, B.C. (1992), Irrigation and Water Power Engineering, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.
Varshney, R.S. (2001), Hydropower Structures including Canal Structures and Small Hydro, Nem Chand
and Brothers, Roorkee.

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CEE413: TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING II

Prerequisite: The Aim of The Course Is to Impart The Knowledge of Planning, Design, Construction, and Maintenance
of Railway Tracks. This Course Also Helps in the Development of Skills on Airport Planning and Design With the Prime
Focus on Runway and Taxiway Geometrics. This Course Also Includes The Basics of Water Transportation Which
Includes The Definition, Purpose, Location, and Materials of Coastal Structures Such As Piers, Breakwaters, Wharves,
Jetties, Quays, and Spring Fenders.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction, Permanent Way and Components: Development and
Organization of Indian Railways, Permanent Way, Sub-Grade, Formation,
Embankment and Cutting, Track Drainage.
Rails: Rail Gauges, Types of Rails, Defects in Rails, Rail Failure, Creep in Rail.
I Joints and Fastenings: Fish Plates, Spikes, Chairs, Keys, Bearing Plates. 14
Sleepers: Timber, Steel, Cast Iron, Concrete and Prestressed Concrete
Sleepers, Manufacturing of Concrete Sleepers, Sleeper Density.
Ballast: Ballast Materials, Size of Ballast, Screening of Ballast, Specification of
Ballast, Tests on Ballast.
Track Geometrics, Turnouts and Crossings: Gradients, Horizontal Curves,
Super-Elevation, Safe Speed on Curves, Cant Deficiency, Negative Super
Elevation, Compensation for Curvature on Gradients, Track Resistance and
Tractive Power.
Points and Crossings: Elements of A Simple Turn-Out, Details of Switch,
Details of Crossings, Number and Angle of Crossings, Design of Turn-Out.
II 16
Stations and Yards: Site Selection for A Railway Station, Layout of Different
Types of Stations, Classification of Stations, Types of Railway Yard, Functions
of Marshaling Yards.
Signaling and Interlocking: Classification of Signals, Method of Train
Working, Absolute Block System, Mechanical Interlocking of A Two Line
Railway Station.
Airport Engineering: Air Craft Characteristics Affecting Airport Design,
Runway Operation, Runway Pavement Design, Design of Overlay, Runway
III Lighting and Marking Heliport. 10
Water Transport: Harbors, Layout and Port Facilities, Inland Waterways;
Inland Water Operation.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Arora, S.P. and Saxena, S.C. (2006), Railway Engineering, Dhanpat Rai Publications, New Delhi.
Chandra, S. and Agarwal, M.M. (2008), Railway Engineering, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
Khanna, S.K., Arora, M.G., and Jain, S.S. (1994), Airport Planning and Design, Nem Chand and Bros,
Roorkee.

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CEE431: MATRIX ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES

Prerequisite: Basic Concepts of Flexibility and Stiffness Methods of Matrix Structural Analysis have been Included in
This Course. Problems Requiring Only Hand Computation As Well As Problems Requiring Computer Applications Have
Been Considered.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Basic Concepts in Structural Analysis: Static Indeterminacy, Kinematic
I Indeterminacy, Analysis of Statically Determinate Structures, Principle of 12
Virtual Works, Slope-Deflection Method, Moment Distribution Method.
Matrix Concept: Basic Matrix Operations, Rank Solution of Linear
Simultaneous Equations, Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors, Displacement and
II Force Transformation Matrices. 16
Introduction of Flexibility and Stiffness method: Computation of Problems
on Beams, Trusses, Frames and Grids.
Imposed Displacements: Analysis for Imposed Deformation, Temperature,
III Supports Settlement. 12
Transfer Matrix Method: Analysis of Framed Structures.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Hibbeler, R.C. (2008), Structural Analysis, Pearson Education Publishers, New Delhi.
Menon, D. (2009), Advanced Structural Analysis, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi.
Asslam, K. (1999), Matrix Analysis of Structures, Brooks/Cole Publishing Co., USA.
Reddy, C.S. (2005), Basic Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Jain, A.K. (2009), Theory and Analysis of Structures, Vol. I and II, Nem Chand and Brothers, New Delhi.
Vazirani, V.N. and Ratwani, M.M. Analysis of Structures: Theory & Design, Vol. 1 and 2, 17th edition,
Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Weaver, W. and Gere, J.M. (2004), Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures, CBS Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE432: HYDROPOWER ENGINEERING


(PRE- REQUISITE COURSE: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features Required for Design of Hydropower Projects.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Sources of Energy, Comparison of Hydropower With Other
Sources of Power, Hydropower Potential in India, Basin-Wise Development
of Hydropower in India, Constraints in Hydropower Development.
Types of Hydropower Plants: Base and Peak Load Hydropower Plants,
Run-of-River Plants, Valley Dam Plants, Diversion Canal Plants, High Head
I 16
Diversion Plants, Pumped-Storage Power Plants,
Stream Flow Data For Hydropower Potential: Flow and Load Duration
Curves, Flow Duration Curve At Ungauged Sites, Primary and Secondary
Power, Storage and Pondage, Load Factor, Capacity Factor, Utilization Factor,
Diversity Factor.
Intake Structures: Functions and Location Type of Intake Structures, Design
of Trash Racks and Their Cleaning, Design of Transition.
Conveyance System: Power Canal and Its Alignment; Surges in Power
Canals, Types, Design, and Layout of Penstocks, Economical Diameter of
II 16
Penstock, For eBay, Hydraulic Losses, Branches, Air Vent.
Hydraulic Transients: Basic Equations of Unsteady Flow Through Conduits,
Method of Characteristics, Single Pipeline Applications For Various Valve
Opening Conditions, Functions, Types, Location, and Design of Surge Tanks.
Turbines: Types, Characteristics, Efficiency, and Selection Criteria For
Turbines, Cavitation, Casing, Draft Tubes, Tail Race.
III 08
Small Hydropower Development: Benefits, Potential, and Components of
Small Hydropower Plants in India, Trench Weir, De-Silting Tank, Turbines.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Varshney, R.S. (2001), Hydropower Engineering, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee.
Warnick, C.C. (1984), Hydropower Engineering, PrenticeHall, New Delhi.

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CEE433: GROUND IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING


Prerequisite: This Course Deals with the Various Techniques Which are Used for Increasing the Bearing Capacity and
Properties of the Ground Surface.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Introduction to Ground Improvement, Overview of Various
Techniques, Soil Stabilization, Principles, Methods, Stabilization With
I Granular Skeleton, Chemicals, Cement, Lime, Ash, Slag, Bitumen, Thermal and 12
Electro Kinetic Process, Construction. Grouting Principles, Techniques,
Process, and Control of Grouts and Grouting Operations, Applications.
Reinforced Earth Principles: Earth Principles and Advantages, Behavior,
Design Methods, Material Specifications, Effect of Water and Dynamic
II Loading, Geosynthetics, Geotextiles, Geogrids, Geonets, Geomembranes, 15
Geocomposites, Deep Compaction of Granular Soils, Vibrofloation,
Vibrocompaction, Blasting, Dynamic Compaction, Compaction Piles.
Stabilization of Soil: Stabilization of Soil With Lime and Stone Columns,
Principles, Laboratory and Field Investigations, Control, Design and
Construction, Applications, Ground Anchors and Soil Nail Principles,
Technology, Construction Process, Structural Elements, Pull-Out Capacity
III 13
Estimates, Application Criteria, Design of Anchored Walls and Nailed Soil-
Retaining Structures.
Drains and Designs: Vertical Drain Development, Design of Drain
Installations, Preloading, Construction, Applications and Limitations.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Kameswara Rao, N.S.V. (2006), Vibration Analysis and Foundation Dynamics, S. Chand Publications, New
Delhi.
Swami Saran, (2010), Reinforced Soil and Its Engineering Applications, I. K. International Publishers, New
Delhi.
Fang, H.Y. (2004), Foundation Engineering Hand Book, CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
Srbulov, M. (2010), Ground Vibration Engineering, Springer Publishers, New York, USA.

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CEE434: TRANSPOTATION SYSTEM AND PLANNING

Prerequisite: The Objective of This Course is to focus on the Present Systems Approach Where the Interaction of
Humans with the Vehicles and Their Impact on the Society and Transportation. Transportation Planning Plays An
Important Role in A Region's Strategy to Improve the Performance of the Transportation System. Objective of This
Module is to describe the Basic Characteristics of Transportation Planning and of the Models Used By Transportation
Planners.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Overview of Transportation System, Nature of Traffic
Problems in Cities, Present Scenario of Road Transport and Transport Assets.
Role of Transportation, Social, Political, Environmental, Goals and Objectives
I of Transportation Planning. 10
Type of Transportation System: Intermediate Public Transport (Ipt), Public
Transport, Rapid and Mass Transport System. Traffic Flow and Traffic Stream
Variables.
Travel Demand: Estimation and Forecasting, Trip Classification, Trip
II Generation, Factors and Methods, Multiple Regression Analysis, Trip 16
Distribution Methods, Modal Split, Trip Assignment.
Evaluation of Transport Planning Proposals: Land Use Transport
Planning, Economic Evaluation Methods, Net Present Value Methods, Benefit
Cost Method, Internal Rate of Return Method.
III 14
Transportation Facilities: Pedestrian Facilities, Bicycle Facilities, Parking
and Terminal Facilities, Transport System Management. Long Term and Short
Term Planning, Use of It in Transportation.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Hay, W.W. (2003), Introduction to Transportation Engineering, John Wiley and Sons, New York, USA.
Mortak, E.K. (2001), Introduction to Transportation Engineering and Planning, McGraw Hill Publications,
New York, USA.
Kadiyali, L.R.(2008), Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Dickey, J.W. (1983), Metropolitan Transportation Planning, Taylor & Francis, UK.

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CEE435: RURAL WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION


(WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features of Water Supply in Rural Areas.

Credits: 04 Semester VII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Importance of Village Community in India, Condition of Indian
Villages With Special Regard to Economics, Social, and Health Aspects,
Concept of Environment and Scope of Sanitation in Rural Areas.
I Sources of Water: Traditional Sources of Water in Rural Areas, Different 12
Types of Wells, Sanitary Aspects in Well Construction, Pumps Used for Village
Wells, Hand Pump Technology, Operation and Maintenance of Hand Pumps,
Water Harvesting Techniques.
Advanced Techniques: Improved Methods and Compact Systems of
Treatment of Surface and Ground Waters for Rural Water Supply, Pipe
Materials, Appurtenances and Improved Devices for Use in Rural Water
II Supply, Planning of Distribution System in Rural Areas. 14
Water Treatment: Slow Sand Filter, Disinfection of Rural Water Sources,
Fluoride and Its Removal, Diatomaceous Earth Filter, Cloth Filter, Slow Sand
Filter.
Rural Sanitation: Village Latrines, Storm Water and Sludge Problems, Septic
Tank, Soak Pit, Small Bore Sewer System and Its Design and Construction,
III Animal Waste, Method of Composting, Biogas, Collection and Disposal of 14
Wastes, Community Awareness and User Participation, Planning of
Communication Support in Rural Supply and Sanitation Projects.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Srinivasan, D. (2009), Environmental Engineering, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
Mann, H.T. and Williamson, D. (1982), Water Treatment and Sanitation Simple Method for Rural Area,
Intermediate Technology Publications, London, UK.
Wanger, E.G. and Lanoix, J.N. (1991), Water Supply for Rural Areas and Small Communities, WHO.
Steel, E.W. and McGhee T.J. (1991), Water Supply and Sewerage, McGraw-Hill, New York, USA.
Garg, S.K. (2008), Water Supply Engineering (Environmental Engineering Vol.-I), Khanna Publishers, New
Delhi.
Garg, S.K. (2008), Sewage Disposal and Air Pollution Engineering (Environmental Engineering Vol.-II),
Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
Punmia, B.C. (2010), Water Supply and Wastewater Engineering Vol. I and II, Laxmi Publications, New
Delhi.

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CEE421: CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT


Prerequisite: This Course Gives the Basic Understanding about the Scheduling and Managing A Construction Project.
It Deals With The Schedule of The Construction Activities and Their Estimated Time and Cost.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Construction Management: Construction As Industry and Its Challenges,
Construction Management and Its Role, Methods of Construction
Managements, Basic Requirements of Construction Management.
I Network Based Project Management: Introduction, Techniques, Defining 16
Activities and Their Interdependence, Drawing of Network - Pert and CPM,
Time and Resource Estimations, Use of Network As Scheduling Techniques,
Use of Network As Control Techniques I.E. Project Monitoring.
Construction Technology: Construction of Superstructure and
Substructures, Quality Control, Various Items of Construction: Earthwork,
Excavation, Earth-Moving, Drilling, Blasting, Dewatering, Foundation,
II Finishing Items, Painting, Flooring, Brick Works, Door, Windows. Examples of 14
Construction of Structures Such As Buildings, Bridges, Roads, Tunnels, and
Industrial Structures, Construction Safety, Use of Information Technology in
Construction Industries.
Advance Construction Equipments: Different Types of Construction
Equipments Viz. Earth Moving Equipments & Their Outputs, Dewatering
Equipments, Pumping Equipments, Grouting Equipments, Pile Driving
Equipments, Compaction Equipments, Concreting Equipments.
III Equipment Management: Planning of Construction Equipments, Forecasting 10
Equipment Requirement, Operation and utilization, Equipment Replacement,
Manpower Planning and maintenance of Equipments.
Materials Management: Scope, Objectives & Importance of Materials
Management, Selective Control Techniques, Disposal of Surplus Material.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Seetharaman, S. (2012), Construction Engineering and Management, Umesh Publishers, New Delhi.
Rangwala, S.C., Rangwala, K.S., and Rangwala K.K. (2009), Estimating, Costing and Valuation (Professional
Practice), Charotar Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Anand, Gujrat.
Gahlot, P.S. and Dhir, B.M. (2007), Construction Planning and Management, New Age International (P)
Ltd., Publishers, New Delhi.
Arora, S.P. and Bindra, S.P. (2005), A Text Book of Building Construction including Engineering Materials,
Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi.

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CEE422: EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN

Prerequisite: The Aim of This Course is to Impart the Knowledge of Basics of Earthquake and Its Causes. This Course
Also Includes the Structural Modeling and Dynamics With Design of Structures and Earthquake Resistant Design
Features.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Engineering Seismology: Earthquake Ground Motion, Theory of Plate
Tectonics, Seismic Waves, Magnitude and Intensity of Earthquakes, Local Site
I Effects, Seismic Zoning Map of India. 10
Seismic Design Parameters: Types of Earthquakes, Earthquake Ground
Motion Characteristics, Response Spectra and Design Spectrum.
Structural Modelling: Response of Structure to Earthquake Motion,
Modelling of Structures, Dynamics of Single Degree of Freedom System,
II 14
Dynamics of Multi Degree of Freedom System, Idealization of Structures,
Dynamics of Soils and seismic Response, Conceptual Design.
Earthquake Resistant Design: Code Based Seismic Design Methods,
Equivalent Lateral Force Method, Response spectrum Method, Time History
Method.
III 16
Design Features: Reinforced Concrete Buildings, Steel Buildings, Material
Properties, Codal Provisions, Masonry Buildings, Base Isolation, Seismic
Evaluation and Retrofitting Methods.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Biggs, J.M. (2004), Introduction to Structural Dynamics, McGraw Hill Publications, New York, USA.
IS: 1983. (1984), Criterion for Earthquake Resistant Design, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
Paz, M. (1997), Structural Dynamics - Theory and Computation, Springer, New York, USA.
Chopra, A.K. (2004), Dynamics of Structures, Pearson Education, New Delhi.
Agarwal, P. and Shrikhande, M. (2007), Earthquake Resistant of Design of Structures, PHI Publications.
Duggal, S.K. (2008), Earthquake Resistant of Design of Structures, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.

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CEE436: PLASTIC ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES


Prerequisite: This Course is included to acquire the Knowledge about the Plastic Analysis of Beams and Frames
Useful for Designing of Different Structural Components and Structural Frames.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Historical Review, Plastic Failure, Plastic Moment, Capacity of
I A Cross-Section, Shape Factor, Concept of Load Factor, Plastic Hinge and 14
Collapse Mechanisms, Analysis of Beams and Frames, Moment Curvature
Relationships for Rectangular and I-Section.
Basic Theorems: Uniqueness, Lower Bound and Upper Bound, Static Method
II 14
and Mechanism Method for Collapse Load Analysis, Plastic Moment
Distribution for Beams, Portals, Multi-Storey and Multi-Bay Frames.
III Deflection At Collapse: Analysis for Deflections at Collapse, Effect of Axial 12
Force and Shear on Plastic Moment Capacity or Rectangular and I-Section.

Reference Books / Text Book / Case:

Hodge, P.G. (1998), Plastic Analysis of Structures, McGraw Hill Book Company, New York, USA.
Bill Wong, M. (2008), Plastic Analysis and Design of Steel Structures, Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers,
New York, USA.
Jirasek, M. and Bazant, Z.P. (2002), Inelastic Analysis of Structures, John Wiley and Sons Limited, New
York, USA.
Neal, B.G. (2008), Plastic Methods of Structural Analysis, John Wiley and Sons Limited, New York, USA.

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CEE437: FINITE ELEMENT METHODS


Prerequisite: This Course Would Familiarize The Students With The FEM to Solve Problems in Different Engineering
Disciplines Such as Stress Analysis Besides Familiarizing Them With the Programming Techniques Used in Using The
FEM.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Concepts of Fem, Steps Involved in Using Fem, Merits and
Demerits, Energy Principles, Discretization, Rayleigh - Ritz Method of
Functional Approximation.
I 12
Principles of Elasticity: Equilibrium Equations, Strain Displacement
Relationships in Matrix Form, Constitutive Relationships for Plane Stress,
Plane Strain and AXI-Symmetric Bodies of Revolution With Axi-Symmetric
Loading.
One-Dimensional Fem: Stiffness Matrix for Bar Element, Shape Functions
for One-Dimensional Elements, One-Dimensional Problems.
Two-Dimensional Fem: Different Types of Elements for Plane Stress and
II Plane Strain Analysis, Displacement Models, Generalized Coordinates, Shape 16
Functions, Convergence and Compatibility Requirements, Geometric
Invariance, Natural Coordinate System, Area and Volume Coordinates.
Generation of Element Stiffness and Nodal Load Matrices for 3-Node
Triangular Element and Four-Node Rectangular Elements.
ISO Parametric Formulation: Concepts of ISO Parametric Elements for 2-D
Analysis, Formulation of CST Element, 4Noded and 8-Noded ISO-Parametric
Quadrilateral Elements, Lagrangian and Serendipity Elements.
III 12
AXI-Symmetric Analysis: Basic Principles, Formulation of 4-Node ISO-
Parametric AXI-Symmetric Element.
Solution Techniques: Numerical Integration, Static Condensation, Assembly
of Elements and Solution Techniques for Static Loads.

Reference Books / Text Book / Case:

Tirupati, R., Chandrepatla, and Belegundu, A.D. (2001), Finite Elements Methods in Engineering,
Pearson Education Publications, New Delhi.
Bhavakatti, S.S. (2003), Finite Element Analysis, New Age International Publishers, New Delhi.
Zienkiewicz, O.C. (2002), The Finite Element Method, McGraw Hill Publications, New York, USA.
Cook, R.D., Malus, D.S., and Plesha, M.E. (1996), Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis,
John Wiley and Sons, New York, USA.
Krishnanmoorthy, C.S. (2005), Finite Element Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill Publications, New Delhi.
Desai, C.S. and Abel, R.R. (2004), Introduction to the Finite Element Method, C.B.S. Publishers and
Distributors, New Delhi.
Reddy, J.N. (2001), An Introduction to the Finite Element Method, McGraw Hill Publications, New
York, USA.

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CEE438: HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES


(PRE- REQUISITE COURSE: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features Required for Design of Various Kinds of Hydraulic Structures.

Credits: 02 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Various Kinds of Hydraulic Structures for Water Resource
Projects.
Embankment Dams: Types and Advantages of Embankment Dams, Design
I 12
and Safety Considerations, Factors Influencing Design of Embankment Dams,
Analysis and Control of Seepage Through Embankment Dams, Stability
Analysis of Embankment Dams, Constructional Aspects.
Gravity Dams: Forces on A Gravity Dam, Stress Analysis, Elementary Profile,
Design of A Gravity Dam, Other Aspects of A Gravity Dam.
II 12
Spillways: Types and Their Design, Spillway Gates, Energy Dissipation
(Terminal Structures), Cavitations', Aerators.
Hydropower Plant: Basic Terms Relating to Hydropower Plants, Basic
III 04
Design Aspects of Different Units of Hydropower Plants.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Asawa, G.L. (2005), Irrigation and Water Resources Engineering, New Age International (P) Limited,
Publishers, New Delhi.
Punmia, B.C. (1992), Irrigation and Water Power Engineering, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.
Varshney, R.S. (2001), Hydropower Structures including Canal Structures and Small Hydro, Nem Chand
and Brothers, Roorkee.

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CEE439: EARTH RETAINING STRUCTURES


Prerequisite: This Course Deals With the Basic Idea About The Earth Retaining Structures and The Methods Used to
Improve the Properties of Ground or Surrounding Rocks.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Earth and Rock Fill Dams: Earth and Rock Fill Dams, Types, Material,
Foundation, Safety Requirements of Earth Dams, Seepage Analysis,
I Mechanically Stabilized Earth Retaining Walls, General Considerations, 12
Backfill and Reinforced Materials, Construction Details, Design Method,
Stability.
Soil Nailing: Soil Nailing, Applications, Advantages, Limitations, Methods of
II Soil Nailing, Case Histories, Analysis and Design. 14
Reinforced Soil: Introduction, Basic Components, Strength Characteristics,
Soil-Reinforcement Interface Friction, Reinforced Earth Wall, Stability
Analysis, Construction Procedure, Drainage, Design Procedure, Foundation
III 14
on Reinforced Soil Bed, Pressure Ratio, Analysis of Strip, Isolated, Square and
Rectangular Footing on Reinforced Soil Bed, Ultimate Bearing Capacity of
Footing on Reinforced Earth Slab, Fiber Reinforced Soil.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Murthy, V.N.S. (2010), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Marcel Dekker Publisher, New Delhi.
Bowles, J.E. (2001), Analysis and Design of Foundation, McGraw Hill Higher Education, New York, USA.

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CEE440: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIES

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features Required for Environment Management for Industries.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Environmental Legislations for Setting Up and for Operation of
An Industrial Activity, Compliance Procedure of These Legislations, Need of
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Study, Other Pollution Control
I Legislations, Defining the Industrial Activity: Location, Approach, 12
Manufacturing Processes, Raw Materials and Other Inputs of Natural
Resources, Defining the Local Environment Format, Physical Environment,
Biological Environment and Socio-Economic Environment.
Detailing of Environment: Detailing of the Local Environment, Physical
Environment- Water, Air, Land Resources and Solid Wastes, Noise Emissions,
Radiation Emissions, Biological Environment- All Flora and Fauna Including
Microbial Activities in the Local Vicinity, Socio-Economic Environment,
History of the Area, Customs and Rituals, Demography, Infrastructural
II 16
Activities Like Education, Health, and Developmental Profile of the Area,
Specific Local Environmental Issues.
Pollution: Environmental Pollution in Industries, Industrial Processes,
Sources and Types of Pollutions - Solid, Liquid, Gaseous, Noise and Radiation
Emissions.
Environment Management: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) -
Definitions, Methodologies, Environmental Toxicology, Environmental
Management Plan, Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan, Pollutant
III 12
Exposure Assessment, Environmental Management Cell (EMC) -
Environmental Monitoring Schedules, Environmental Statement, Application
for Consent, Authorization for Hazardous Wastes, ISO and Iso-14000 Etc.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Sell, N.J. (1989), Industrial Pollution Control Issues and Techniques, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New
York, USA.
Shen, T.T. (1995), Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook, McGraw-Hill, Springer-Verlag, Berlin,
Germany.
Pandey, G.N. and Corney, G.C. (1996), Environmental Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Environment (Protection) Act. (1986), Ministry of Environment, Government of India, New Delhi.

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CEE441: MACHINE FOUNDATION DESIGN

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Guidelines for Design and Construction of Machine Foundations.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Vibrations of Elementary Systems: Vibration Motion, Vector
Representation of Harmonic Motion, Single Degree of Freedom System, Free
Vibrations- Damped and Undamped, Forced Vibrations - Damped and
I Undamped. 16
Dynamics of Soil Foundation System: Types of Machine Foundation, Design
Criteria, Dynamic Loads, Physical Modeling and Response Analysis, Barkers
Approach, Ford and Haddows Analysis, Hammer Foundation, is Codes.
Dynamic Soil Testing Techniques: Cyclic Plate Load Test, Block Vibration
Test, Shear Modulus Test, Geophysical Methods, Resonance-Column Test,
Two and Three Borehole Techniques, Model Tests Using Centrifuge and
II Shake Table, Recent Developments. 16
Vibration Isolation and Control: Vibration Transmitted Through Soil
Media, Active and Passive Isolation, Material and Media Used for Isolation,
Vibration Control of Existing Machine, Foundation Isolation By Barriers.
Design Guidelines: Guidelines for Design and Construction of Machine
Foundation, Data Required for Design of Reciprocating, Impact and Rotary
III Type Machines, Guidelines for the Design of Different Type Machines, 8
Construction Guidelines, Guidelines for Providing Vibration Absorbers.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Hall, R. and Wood. (1970), Vibrations of Soil and Foundations, Prentice Hall, New York, USA.
Arora, K.R. (2009), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Standard Publishers Distributors, New
Delhi.
Murthy, V.N.S. (2010), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Marcel Dekker Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE442: ADVANCED CONCRETE DESIGN

Prerequisite: This Course Includes the Topics in Concrete Design That are of Advance Nature.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: High Performance Concrete and Its Production, Non-
Conventional Concrete.
Building Frames: Introduction, Loads, Analysis of Framed Building By
Approximate Methods for Vertical and Lateral Loads.
I 14
Prestressed Concrete: Basic Principles, Classification of Prestressed
Member, Various Prestressing Systems, Initial and Final Stress Condition,
Losses in Prestress, Analysis and Design of Sections for Flexure and Shear,
Load Balancing Concept, Is Specifications.
Design of Bridges: Loads, Forces and Permissible Stresses, Codal
Recommendations Regarding Design and Detailing, Design of Slabs Under
II Concentrated Loads, Effective Width and Pigeauds Method, Courbons 14
Method of Load Distribution, Detailed Design of Highway Bridges, RC Slab
and RC T-Beam Types.
Water Tanks: Design of INTZE Type Water Tanks, Design of Staging and
Braces, Columns and Raft Foundation.
III Yield Line Analysis for Slabs: Basic Assumptions, Methods of Analysis, Yield 13
Line Patterns and Failure Mechanism, Analysis of One Way and Two Way
Rectangular, Square, Triangular, and Circular Slabs, Design Examples.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Krishna Raju, N. (2007), Pre-stressed Concrete, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Menon, D. and Pillai, S. (2009), Reinforced Concrete Design, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Krishna Raju, N. (2007), Prestressed Concrete, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Jai Krishna. (2007), Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol. 1 and 2, Nem Chand and Brothers, Roorkee.
Park, R. and Paulay, T. (2009), Reinforced Concrete Structures, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. Publishers, New
Delhi.
Varghese, P.C. (2009), Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, PHI Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE443: ADVANCED FOUNDATION DESIGN


Prerequisite: This Course Deals With the Advanced Design Techniques Used for Foundation Design.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Pressures and Elastic Solution: Vertical Pressures Under Surface Loads,
Elastic Solution, Boussinesq and New Mark Charts, Westergaards Equation,
Approximate Solution.
I Bearing Capacity and Settlement Analysis of Shallow Foundations: 14
Meyerhof and Hansens Bearing Capacity Equations, BIS Bearing Capacity
Equation, Immediate and Consolidation Settlements in Cohesive Soil, DeBeer
and Schmmertmans Methods of Settlement Prediction in Non Cohesive Soil.
Piles and Pile Groups: Classification of Piles, Load Carrying Capacity of
Single Piles in Clay, Silt and Sand By Dynamic and Static Methods, Pile Load
Test, Pile Group, Negative Skin Friction, Settlement of Pile Group, Foundation
II on Expansive Soil, Construction on Expansive Soil, Alteration of Soil 14
Condition, Under-Reamed Piles.
Well Foundation: Elements of Well Foundation, Shape, Depth of Scour, Well
Sinking, Tilt, Shift and Their Prevention.
Stability of Slopes: Limit Equilibrium Method, Method of Slices, Simplified
Bishop Method, Stability Charts.
III 12
Machine Foundation: Classification, Definitions, Design Principle, Barkens
Method.

Reference Books/ Text Book / Cases:

Murthy, V.N.S. (2010), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Marcel Dekker Publishers, New Delhi.
Arora, K.R. (2009), Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Standard Publishers, New Delhi.
Venkataramaiah, C. (2006), Geotechnical Engineering, New Age Publishers, New Delhi.
Singh, A. (2009), Modern Geotechnical Engineering, CBS Publications, New Delhi.
Das, B.M. (2003), Foundation Engineering, Ceneage Learning India, New Delhi.

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CEE444: TOWN PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features of Architectural Drawing and Principles of Town Planning.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Principles of Town Planning, Land Use Patterns, Population
Survey, Density Concepts, and Transportation Planning.
I Habitat and Problems: Concept of Habitat Including Environmental 14
Pollution, Problems of Metropolis, Satellite Town Concepts, Garden City
Movement, Neighborhood Planning, Brief History of Architecture.
Evolution of Architecture: Impact of Development of Materials Through
Ages, Evolution of Architectural Forms, Aesthetics and Functional
Proportions.
II 14
Architectural Design: Principles of Architecture Design, Building Bye-Laws,
Scale, Forms, Texture, Color, Balance, Composition of Space, Role of
Architects and Town Planners.
Architectural Drawing: Architectural Drawing, Different Symbols Used in
III Building Industry, Design of Typical Buildings Such as school, Hospital, 12
Residential and Commercial Complex, Etc.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Rangwala, S.C. (1983), Principles of Town Planning, Charotar Publishing House, New Delhi.
Punmia, B.C. (2005), Building Construction, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.
Jha and Sinha (1995), Building Construction and Foundation Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

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CEE445: INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION CONTROL AND ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT


Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basic Features of Pollution Control of Different Industries and Its Audit.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Industrial Wastes and Their Sources, Various Industrial
Processes, Water Quality For Industrial Water Usages.
Processes Responsible For Deterioration in Water Quality: Control and
I 12
Removal of Specific Pollutants in Industrial Wastewaters Like Oil and Grease,
Bio-Degradable Organics, Chemicals Such as Cyanide, Fluoride, Toxic
Organics, Heavy Metals, Etc., Wastewater Re-Uses and Recycling.
Control of Gaseous Emissions: Particulate and Gaseous Pollutant Control,
Solid Waste Generation and Disposal Management, Hazardous Wastes:
Definitions, Concepts, and Management Aspects, Noise and Radiation:
II Generation, Control, and Management. 20
Recent Trends In Industrial Waste Management: Life Cycle Analysis, Case
Studies of Various Industries, E.G., Dairy, Fertilizer, Distillery, Sugar, Pulp and
Paper, Iron and Steel, Metal Plating, Thermal Power Plants, Etc.
Environmental Audit: Definitions and Concepts, Environmental Audit Versus
III Accounts Audit, Compliance Audit, Various Pollution Regulations, 8
Introduction to ISO and ISO 14000.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Peavy, H., Rowe, H.D., and Techobanolous. (1985), Environmental Engineering, McGraw Hills, New York,
USA.
Chatterjee, A.K. (2001), Water Supply, Waste Disposal and Environmental Pollution Engineering, Khanna
Publishers, New Delhi.
Azad, S.H. (1976), Industrial Wastewater Management Handbook, McGraw Hill, New York, USA.
Culp, G.L.(1980), Wastewater Reuse and Recycling Technology-Pollution Technology Review,
Mountainview Books, New York, USA.
Edmund, B. and Besselieve, P.E. (1962), The Treatment of Industrial Wastes, McGraw Hill, New York.
Sell, N.J. (1992), Industrial Pollution Control Issues and Techniques, John Willy and Sons, New York, USA.
Metcalf and Eddy (2011), Wastewater Engineering, Treatment and Re-use. McGraw-Hill, New York, USA.
Pandey, G.N. and Corney, G.C. (1993), Environmental Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
Environment (Protection) Act. (1986), Ministry of Environment, Government of India, New Delhi.

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CEE446: GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT


(PRE- REQUISITE COURSES: FLUID MECHANICS)

Prerequisite: This Course Includes Basics of Ground Water Hydrology Required for Managing Ground Water
Resources.

Credits: 04 Semester VIII L-T-P: 3-1-0

Module Teaching
Contents
No. Hours
Introduction: Ground Water Occurrence and Its Role in Hydrologic Cycle,
Vertical Distribution of Ground Water, Ground Water Bearing Formations,
Aquifer and Its Classification, Flow and Storage Characteristics of Different
Types of Aquifers, Storage Release Mechanisms of Aquifers.
I 15
Equations for Flow Through Porous Media: Darcys Law and Differential
Equations Governing Ground Water Flow in Cartesian Coordinates, Dupuit-
Forchheimer Assumptions, Analytical and Numerical Solutions for Confined
and Unconfined Aquifers Including Leaky Ones.
Well Hydraulics: Differential Equations Governing Ground Water Flow in
II Polar Coordinates, Well Hydraulics, Well Interference, Wells Near 15
Boundaries, Test Pumping Analysis, Ground Water Modeling.
Ground Water Management: Ground Water Exploration Methods, Types of
Wells, Construction of Wells, Well Completion and Development, Well
III Protection, Pumping Equipment, Concept of Basin Management, Basin Yield, 10
Contamination of Ground Water, Quality Parameters, River Bank Filtration,
Recharging of Aquifers, Rain Water Harvesting, Sea-Water Intrusion.

Reference Books / Text Book / Cases:

Todd, D.K. (2001), Ground Water Hydrology, John Wiley and Sons, New York.
Kashef, A.I. (1987), Ground Water Engineering, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.
Raghunath, H.M. (1990), Ground Water, New Age International (P) Limited, Publishers, New Delhi.

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