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WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Degree course offered

B. E. (Civil)

Course Duration

4 years

Approved by

AICTE, New Delhi

Affiliated to

University of Pune

Year of Establishnment

2012

Intake

120

The Department is incepted in the Year 2013 with intake of 60 students. This is a 4 year fulltime course. To enhance the technical skill of students department has a team of experienced and qualified faculties who are committed to serve students with untiring zeal and enthusiasm. We provide well equipped laboratories to perform experiments and endeavor to provide better teaching facilities in day to come. Department is well set to provide excellent Civil engineers well trained in all aspects and adequately prepared to be accepted globally.


Vision & Mission

Vision

To produce competent Civil Engineers by providing quality technical education, technical skills & work ethics

Mission

  • To educate students by providing sound technical knowledge and its practical application to work in developing industry.
  • To encourage budding Civil Engineers to develop creative and innovative ideas through curricular and extracurricular activities.
  • To create awareness of technological changes by providing industry-institute collaboration & prepare students for lifelong learning.
  • To reinforce comprehensive qualities, professional & communication skills and ethical standard

 


PO


PO'S

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals for the solution of complex problems in mechanical engineering

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex mechanical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO03: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs of mechanical engineering with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusion for mechanical engineering problems.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations

PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with t h e society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of t h e engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological changes.

PEO


PEO'S

1.Graduates will design, analyses and develop engineering solutions that meet the needs of various industries.

2.Graduates will continue their education in engineering an interdisciplinary areas to emerge as experts, educators, entrepreneurs and researchers in their chosen fields.

3.Graduates will work effectively as a part of teams on multidisciplinary projects.

4.Graduates will exhibit strong leadership, inter-personal and communication skills with concern for society and environment.


PSO


(PSO’S) PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:-


Civil Engineering graduates will be able to:

1. PSO 1 (Engineering Knowledge and Analysis): Analyze specific engineering problems relevant to Civil Engineering by applying the knowledge of basic sciences, engineering mathematics and engineering fundamentals.

2. PSO 2 (Design & Formulate): Design and solve problems from various area of Civil Engineering by using Civil Engineering Knowledge.


3. PSO 3 (Application of the Knowledge on Environment & take responsibility): Application of Civil Engineering knowledge for solving Environmental issues and awareness about responsibility.

4. PSO 4 (Self Development): Apply the contextual knowledge of Civil Engineering to lead the project group, work as project management, self education.


CO



SE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Building Technology and Material

Subject Code:

201001

CO1

The students will be able to identify types of building and basic requirements of building components.

CO2

The students will be able to explain types of masonry, formwork, casting procedure and necessity of underpinning and scaffolding

CO3

The students will be able to interpret different types of flooring and roofing material

CO4

The students will be able to describe types of door, windows, arches and lintel

CO5

The students will able to illuminates means of vertical circulation and protective coatings

CO6

The students will able to explain different materials especially eco-friendly materials and safety measures to be adopted at any construction site.

Subject:

Surveying

Subject Code:

201006

CO1

Student can operate and use surveying equipment

CO2

Student can Draw plan or map of the existing permanent features on the ground

CO3

Student will be able to Classify the ground features from the map or plan

CO4

Student will be able to Analyze temporary adjustments and check permanent adjustments of the Theodolite

Subject:

Engineering Mathematics III

Subject Code:

207001

CO1

The students will be able to solve higher order linear differential equations and apply to Civil Engineering problems such as bending of beams and whirling of shafts.

CO2

The students will be able to Solve the system of linear equations using direct and iterative numerical techniques and develop solutions to ordinary differential equations using single step and multistep methods applied to structural systems.

CO3

The students will be able to apply Statistical methods like correlation, regression analysis in analyzing, interpreting experimental data and probability theory applied to construction management.

CO4

The students will be able to perform vector differentiation and learn properties of vector.

CO5

The students will be able to perform vector integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to Fluid flow problems.

CO6

The students will be able to solve various partial differential equations such as wave equation, one and two dimensional heat flow equations.

Subject:

Geotechnical Engineering

Subject Code:

201003

CO1

Apply the basic knowledge for differentiating the types of soil, engineering properties of soil and classification by different methods.

CO2

Understand about physical properties of soil and effect of flow of water on properties of soil.

CO3

Illustrate about shear strength and measurements of shear strength by graphical and analytical way.

CO4

Evaluate the soil properties in laboratory and develop a proficiency in handling experimental data

CO5

Calculate the lateral thrust due to backfill on the retaining wall

CO6

Classify soil slopes; identify their modes of failure, remedial measures and geo environmental.

Subject:

Strength of Material

Subject Code:

201002

CO1

Define fundamental concepts of stress-strain and illustrate principal stresses, maximum shearing stress, and the stresses acting on a structural member

CO2

Able to analyze flexural members, torsional members and axially loaded column subjected to loading.

CO3

Demonstrate fundamental properties of materials and plot shear force and bending moment diagrams for beams

CO4

Design simple bars, beams, and circular shafts for allowable stresses and loads.

TE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Structural Design - I

Subject Code:

301003

CO1

Define the behavior of elements of steel structure and analyze the types of connection.

CO2

Demonstrate the knowledge of common sections subjected to tension, compression and its design

CO3

Demonstrate the knowledge of common sections subjected to flexure and its design.

CO4

Evaluate forces acting on the gantry girder, plate girder, roof truss & its design

Subject:

Infrastructure Engineering and Construction Techniques

Subject Code:

301002

CO1

The students will be able to recognize the importance of Infrastructure and its role in National development.

CO2

The students will be to recognize the various aspects of railway engineering and their functions

CO3

The students will get acquainted with various construction techniques and its applications in Dock, harbor and tunneling

CO4

The students will be able to practice the use of different construction equipments under different situations on field with its maintenance and repair.

Subject:

Structural Analysis - II

Subject Code:

301004

CO1

Able to Analyze statically indeterminate structures using the Slope Deflection Method and the Moment Distribution Method.

CO2

Able to solve statically indeterminate structures using Flexibility matrix method and Stiffness matrix method.

CO3

Able to analyze determinate beams using finite difference method and building frames using approximate methods.

CO4

Able to implement basic concepts of finite element analysis.

Subject:

Fluid Mechanics - II

Subject Code:

301005

CO1

Student will be able to solve the problems based on fluid flow around submerged objects and recognize the importance of unsteady flow

CO2

Student will be able to imply the basic concepts and application of open channel flow in irrigation and navigation field

CO3

Student will be able to identify the effects of impact of jets and its application in pumps & hydropower station

CO4

Student will be able to analyze and compute the different types of gradually varied flow profiles & its application

Subject:

Hydrology and Water Resource Engineering

Subject Code:

301001

CO1

Students will be able to understand and apply the concepts of Hydrology, irrigation and discharge measurements.

CO2

Students will be able to identify and analyze geological formation for ground water source

CO3

Students will be able to design flood hydrograph and hence estimate the reservoir capacity.

CO4

Students will be able to understand process of water logging, watershed management and lift irrigation

BE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Structural Design & Drawing III

Subject Code:

401003

CO1

The students will be able to analyze the behavior of Prestressed Concrete Element

CO2

The students will be able to Design the Prestressed Structural Member

CO3

The students will be able to analyze and design Prestressed concrete Flat Slab as per IS specification.

CO4

The students will be able to analyze and design retaining walls as per IS specification.

CO5

The students will be able to analyze and design water tanks as per IS specification.

CO6

The students will be able to analyze and design of various special structural elements, structures subjected to seismic load, building frames as per IS specification.

Subject:

Architecture and town planning

Subject Code:

 401004

CO1

Able to use the basic principle of architectural planning in civil engineering drawing

CO2

Able to study and apply the basic landscaping concept to fulfill the basic need of human being.

CO3

Able to use necessity of town planning principle of architecture and bye laws to drawing different types of architecture drawings

CO4

Able to analyze the available primary to secondary data and plan different types of structures considering future need of an area with reference to different codes.

Subject:

Environmental E`ngineering – II

Subject Code:

401001

CO1

Understand and apply the concepts of wastewater engineering.

CO2

Identify and analyze appropriate treatment technologies.

CO3

Design physical and chemical treatment facilities for wastewater.

CO4

Understand the applicability of processes for different types of water and wastewater treatment.

Subject:

TQM MIS in Civil Engg. (Elective II)

Subject Code:

401005(3)

CO1

Able to Illustrate various definition of quality, evolution of TQM and contribution of Quality Guru’s

CO2

Able to Relate Six Sigma, defects in construction and Quality control tools with TQM

CO3

Able to Inspect different construction activity considering ISO 9001 Principles and take corrective-preventive actions with Conformity-Non conformity Reports

CO4

Able to Construct benchmarks in TQM with help of Quality Circles, Cost of Quality which will use for CONQAS, CIDC-CQRA Certification

CO5

Able to Apply various technique in TQM implementation for getting National & International Quality Awards

CO6

Able to Develop MIS system for construction organization.

Subject:

Advance Concrete Technology

Subject Code:

 401004

CO1

The students will be able to identify the suitability of materials for the construction work.

CO2

The students will be able to Examine the properties & strength of fresh and hardened concrete

CO3

The students will be able Make use of special concretes according to requirements.

CO4

The students will be able to explain the properties & application of different type of fibre and fibre reinforced concrete.

CO5

The students will be able to analyze, design and installation of ferrocement.

CO6

The students will be able to analyze, design and installation of precast concrete elements.

Subject:

Transportation Engineering

Subject Code:

401002

CO1

Elaborate the history and current projects of road development in India

CO2

Evaluate standard parameters of geometric design elements of highways

CO3

Enumerate traffic characteristics and different traffic engineering studies

CO4

Interpret the characteristics of pavement materials and to implement it in mix design

CO5

Design flexible & rigid pavements as per IRC guidelines

CO6

Illustrate pavement construction and maintenance procedures in relevance to modern trends

SE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Engineering Geology

Subject Code:

207009

CO1

Explain the basic concepts of engineering geology

CO2

Differentiate between the different rock types, their inherent characteristics and their application in civil engineering.

CO3

Identify favorable and unfavorable conditions for the buildings, roads, dam, tunneling etc through the rocks.

CO4

Practice the on field use of different Geophysical survey instruments and GIS software’s under different situations..

Subject:

Fluid Mechanics - I

Subject Code:

201004

CO1

Identify and obtain the values of fluid properties and relationship between them and understand the principles of continuity, momentum, dimensional analysis and energy as applied to fluid motions.

CO2

Measuring fluid pressure and calibrations of discharge measuring instruments like venturimeter, orifice meter.

CO3

Distinguish between different types of fluid flow and find the fluid properties using principles of kinematics & Dynamics.

CO4

Design pipes to carry particular amount of discharge.

Subject:

Concrete Technology

Subject Code:

201007

CO1

Outline the chemistry, properties, and classification of cement, fly ash, aggregate, sand admixtures, and hydration of cement in concrete.

CO2

Prepare the fresh concrete and test on fresh and hardened concrete with destructive and nondestructive testing instruments.

CO3

Design the concrete mix of desired grade and production of different types of special concrete with the help of modern handling equipment’s.

CO4

Identifies the deteriorations in concrete and repair it with appropriate methods and techniques.

Subject:

Architectural Planning and Design of Buildings

Subject Code:

201005

CO1

Can apply the concept of town planning and legal aspects.

CO2

Can make use of concept of principles of architectural planning, building bye laws and green measures

CO3

Can apply the knowledge of building services such as noise and acoustics, ventilation, lighting, plumbing work and safety practices.

CO4

Can analyze the available primary or secondary data and plan different types of structures considering futuristic need of an area.

Subject:

Structural Analysis I

Subject Code:

201008

CO1

The students will be Able to explain the basics of configuration, classification and fundamental concepts of structural analysis

CO2

The students will be Able to determine slope and deflection of beams, frames and trusses by applying appropriate method

CO3

The students will be Able to analyze indeterminate structure using energy methods, compatibility method

CO4

The students will be Able to draw Influence line diagram for determinate beams, trusses and applications of ILD.

CO5

The students will be Able to analyze arches for external and internal forces

CO6

The students will be Able to identify plastic behavior of material and perform plastic analysis of indeterminate beams and frames

TE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Environmental Engineering – I

Subject Code:

301011

CO1

Understand and apply the concepts of water supply and treatment technologies, rainwater harvesting system, air pollution events, noise pollution and solid waste management

CO2

Identify and analyse appropriate conveyance system and water treatment process/operation

CO3

Identify and design water supply and treatment system

CO4

Identify applicability of processes for different types of water treatment

Subject:

Project Management & Engineering Economics

Subject Code:

301008

CO1

The students will be able to explain project management and its importance.

CO2

The students will be able to analyze the network for planning and scheduling of project and apply it to project monitoring and controlling by using software

CO3

The students will be able to apply a basic project economics in construction industry

CO4

The students will be able to make decisions by scientific appraisal methods for project appraisal

Subject:

Advance Surveying

Subject Code:

301007

CO1

To Prepare contouring and topographic maps by advanced techniques

CO2

To Managing and controlling area to be surveyed effectively.

CO3

To Calculate distance based on principles of Hydrographic Surveying

CO4

To Compile the Maps or Photos for area measurement.

Subject:

Foundation Engineering

Subject Code:

301009

CO1

Able to implement a site investigation program including subsurface exploration to evaluate soil behavior and design parameters.

CO2

Able to interpret field and laboratory data to get design parameters for foundation design and analysis

CO3

Able to evaluate allowable bearing pressures and load carrying capabilities of different foundation systems.

CO4

Able to design foundations under general conditions

CO5

Able to enumerate mechanism of reinforced soil and principles earthquake resistant design

Subject:

Structural Design II

Subject Code:

301010

CO1

The students will be able to distinguish different design philosophies design of R.C structures and analyze the limitations and advantages of each

CO2

The students will be able to apply different limit states for singly and doubly reinforced, balanced beam section and to design one way slabs, two way slabs and staircases

CO3

The students will be able to design flexural members, and shear, bond, torsion and design continuous beam with concept of redistribution of moments

CO4

The students will be able to design column and column footing

BE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Air Pollution and Control

Subject Code:

 401009 (4)

CO1

Summarize natural and artificial situations conducive for air pollution events and perceive the effects of air pollutants.

CO2

Calculate air pollutant concentrations under various site situations and apply pollutant dispersion models

CO3

Identify and design control equipment for particulate and gaseous air pollutants.

CO4

Identify and assess environmental impacts of engineering projects, develop environment management plan.

Subject:

Construction Management

Subject Code:

 401010 (1)

CO1

Examine responsibilities and risks involved in the construction process

CO2

Demonstrate basic understanding of construction law, regulations, and project Completion

CO3

Solve problems typically found in the construction engineering estimating, planning, scheduling and project management.

CO4

Be capable of using relevant techniques like ANN, Fuzzy logic and Genetic algorithm for construction projects

CO 5

Have necessary knowledge and skills in accounting, financing, risk analysis and contracting.

Subject:

Quantity Surveying, Costing & Tendering

Subject Code:

 401008

 

After completion of the course

CO1

The students will be able to estimate the quantities of material required for roads and buildings.

CO2

The students will be able to prepare, bar bending schedules of different members of building and valuation of buildings.

CO3

The students will be able to evaluate, in-depth, the process of preparing tenders and selecting potential suppliers.

CO4

The students will be able to identify the issues involved in assessing tenders for quality as well as value for money including e-Auction.

Subject:

Dams and Hydraulic Structures

Subject Code:

401007

CO1

To compare components of hydrologic cycle that affects size and selection of hydraulic project

CO2

To summarize various factors by which the site for spillway and cross drainage work is selected

CO3

To design a dam with low cost and for more output in water and electricity

CO4

To design an efficient canal and cross drainage system



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  • Department of Civil Engineering is associated with Builders Association of India for field training. Eight students of maiden batch and around 30 students of succeeding batch have undergone field training in association with the same.
  • Department of Civil Engineering is associated with Rupesh Gosavi,MATLAB Associate for training and enhancing the academic interest in research work oriented towards mathematical programming languages.

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