Welcome to Civil Engineering

Welcome to Civil Engineering Department at the Theem College of Engineering. Civil Engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, canals dams and buildings.

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Vision

To set-up a technical excellence centre to produce responsible technocrats to serve the society and nation.

Mission

1. To enhance students civil engineering skills through value-based quality education
2. To enable students to reach their goals by providing a congenial learning atmosphere
3. To inculcate students ethical principles and technically sound professionals to solve the problems of the society

A graduate of Civil engineering program will be able to: PO1. Apply the knowledge of engineering, science and mathematics for solving problems in all areas of civil engineering.
PO2. Understand and analyze civil engineering problems and to reach a suitable conclusion by using basic principle of mathematics, science and civil engineering fundamentals.
PO3. Develop solutions for civil engineering problems and design a competent system or process that reach the particular requirements considering social and environmental aspects.
PO4. Apply research based knowledge and experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and reach a valid conclusion.
PO5. Use and apply advance civil engineering equipments and modern techniques including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with understanding of limitations.
PO6. Apply logical thinking to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the civil engineering practice.
PO7. Able to understand the effect of civil engineering solution to the society and practice the sustainable development through knowledge obtained from civil engineering studies.
PO8. Apply ethical principle and professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the civil engineering practice.
PO9. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or a leader in civil engineering projects, multidisciplinary settings and among the technical experts.
PO10. Able to communicate effectively with their peer groups, to write effective reports and prepare documentations, make effective presentation, and follow instructions clearly.
PO11. Understand of management principles and apply them in multidisciplinary environment to manage large construction project.
PO12. Recognize the need for long life learning to face locally & globally challenging environment.

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO1: Engineering Graduates will be able to utilize the principles, methods and code of practice to excel in the area of drawing, designing and analysis related to civil engineering system.
PSO2: Engineering Graduates will be able to provide sustainable solution to civil engineering problems.

Programme Educational Objectives

1. Ensuring to provide basic knowledge of science and mathematics.
2. Imparting civil engineering skills to contribute in developing infrastructure and solving societal problems.
3. Imparting the knowledge of design and analysis for using the codes of practice and software tools.
4. Motivating students for higher studies to serve the community.

Prof. Zulfiquar Ahmad

HOD, Civil Department

The civil engineering department at Theem college of engineering strives to provide state-of-the-art technical programmes, to its students, to impart quality education through regular class room teaching and guest lectures nurturing the innovative ideas of our students. The department encourages our students to participate in extracurricular and co-curricular activities, in order to provide a self-reliant civil engineer who is capable of keeping up and coping with today's and tomorrow's fast changing high tech structures and systems.

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Industrial VisitAn industrial visit to water treatment plant was organised for T.E civil students to MJP subdivision Vangaon for the subject of Environmental Engineering-I
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Guest LectureA guest lecture on "risk assessment in construction" was organised by RICS, amity University for B.E. civil students.
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Guest LectureA Guest Lecture on ERP software was organised for Final year students, which is related to estimate, costing, project planning and management.
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Traffic volume studyA traffic volume study was done by T.E civil students at Chilhar road opposite Theem college of Engineering.
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Teaching Staff

Designation:Asst Professor
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Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:M.E (Structure)Pursuing, BE (CIVIL)
Area of Interest:Tos, Sur, Swm, Asu, Phe, Cad
Email:muhateshem.azhar@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor & Head
Qualification:M.TECH, B.E. CIVIL
Area of Interest:Environment
Email:zulfiquar.ahmad@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG, BE CIVIL
Area of Interest:Environment
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Designation:Lecturer
Qualification:BE CIVIL
Area of Interest:Quantity Surveying, Concrete Technlogy
Email:ansar.shaikh@theemcoe.org
Designation:Lecturer
Qualification:BE CIVIL
Area of Interest:Structure
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Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME CIVIL, BE CIVIL
Area of Interest:Hydraulics, Construction Management
Email:tasneem.azam@theemcoe.org
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Designation:Asst. Professor
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Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME CIVIL, BE CIVIL
Area of Interest:Structure
Email:arsalan.khan@theemcoe.org

Non-Teaching Staff

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  Name of the Laboratory                       Description

Environment Engineering
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The Civil Engineering environmental lab gives you hands-on access to both conventional and state-of-the-art equipment for the study of the physical, chemical, and biological analysis of water and soil. The lab is used extensively for environmental courses where water and wastewater experiments are performed, including coagulation, solids analysis, metals and ion analysis, adsorption, titrations, oxygen demand, and bacterial culturing.
Concrete Technology
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The Laboratory is equipped to run standard tests on cement, aggregates, and concrete. The laboratory is operated as both a teaching and research facility. Equipment is available to test concrete aggregate for deleterious behavior, including alkali silica reactivity, and to measure aggregate properties as they affect mixture proportioning.
Survey
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Our surveying lab offers supplemental experience in fundamental land surveying measurement methods for surveying courses, including precision steel taping methods to perform horizontal measurements, traditional transits and digital theodolites to perform angular measurements, and traditional and automatic levels for elevation measurements. In addition, students have opportunity to use total station equipment, which enables horizontal, vertical, and angular measurements to be made in one operation.
Transportation Engineering
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The Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory was established in 2015 as a research and development lab to support national, state, and local important transportation problems.
Geotechnical Engineering
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The Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory is a modern research facility housing a range of equipment for evaluating soil and rock properties.
Fluid Mechanics
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This lab is run in conjunction with the theory course & It is an introductory course where flow behaviour, fluid forces and analysis tools are introduced.The lab runs closely with the lectures in such a way that experiments support the text covered in the class room.The goals of the experiments include determination of forces generated when fluid flow takes place over a solid object, applications of the control volume approachIntricate flow phenomena such as separations and transition to turbulence are demonstrated.We also demonstrate the momentum and energy equations, viscosity measurement and engineering correlations.
Geology Engineering
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This lab provides a hands-on survey of the fundamentals of physical geology. We introduce the identification and interpretation of rocks and minerals. We use topographic maps to analyze and understand a variety of dynamic systems, including rivers, groundwater, glaciers, sea coasts, and deserts. Finally, we examine geologic time, structural geology, geologic maps, and plate tectonics.

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Sem 3Applied Mathematics- III Students will be understand the basic concept of Laplace transform Students will be able to apply linear transformation and conformal mapping. Students will evaluate contour integral and solve equation using Fourier integral. Students will solve initial and B.V.P using ordinary differential equation and will be able to understand the concept of co-relation regression.
Surveying IStudents will understand basic principles, objectives and classifications of surveying and will be able to perform linear measurements by chain surveying along with ranging, offsetting. Students will get an idea about different bearings and shall analyse the traverse with corrections by compass surveying. Students will get the knowledge of different levelling concepts and will be able to find reduced levels at any point using different levelling instruments. Students will plot contour justifying various characteristics and shall plot traverse using plane table and compute area of survey plot and volume of earthwork using different computational methods. Students will handle the theodolite operation and able to find reduced level and angular measurements using different methods and study various corrections. Students will understand tacheomertry methods and able to find linear and angular measurements in both vertical and horizontal direction.
Strength Of MaterialStudent will be able to understand the concept of simple stress, strain and strain energy. Student will calculate the shear force and bending moment for various types of flexural members. Student will understand the principle planes, stresses and shear stresses in beam. Students will understand the theory of simple bending in flexural members. Students have understood with the concept of stresses in axially and eccentrically loaded vertical members. Students will understand the thin cylindrical and spherical shell sand torsion in circular shaft.
Engineering GeologyStudent apply the core concepts of Geology with special focus in various Civil Engineering Projects. Students can gain the knowledge and application of Tectonic plate theory, seismography & formation of various landforms existing on the Earth?s Surface. Students identify various minerals and its classification through the mode of formation, texture etc. And understand their applications in Civil Engineering Projects. Students gain knowledge structural geology in order to understand the occurrence of various deformations on the surface of earth such as faults, folds, joints, etc, and the stratigraphy of India. Students apply their knowledge with respect to various Geological Investigations and its importance to achieve stability and safety in various structures like dams, tunnels and reservoirs. Apply their knowledge with respect to various Geological Investigations and its importance to achieve stability and safety in various structures like dams, tunnels and reservoirs.
Fluid Mechanics IStudents understand Properties of fluid and basic concepts applicable to fluid mechanics Students will solve problems on Pascal?s law, hydrostatic law and determination of Hydrostatic pressure and Centre of pressure. Studnts apply the concepts of buoyancy, Metacenter, metacentric height and liquids in relative equilibrium. Students understand the concepts of ideal fluid flow and fluid kinematics. Students understand the concepts of fluid dynamics such as Bernoulli?s theorem and its applications. Students understand visualize the flow through orifices, mouthpieces, notches and weirs.
Building Material ConstructionStudents understand various types of structure and foundation. Students study the classification, properties and manufacturing process of basic construction materials. Students study the classification, properties and manufacturing process of basic construction materials. Students understand types of formwork, flooring and roofs used in construction. Students know various materials like glass, timber, metal, alloys & their various types for uses in construction. Students study various building services, air conditioning and ventilation, acoustics and sound insulation, damp-proofing and water proofing techniques in construction.
Sem 4Applied Mathematics IVStudents use matrix algebra with its specific rules to solve the system of linear equations. Students understand and apply the concept of probability distribution and sampling theory to engineering problems. Students apply principles of vector differential and integral calculus to the analysis of engineering problems. Students identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
Concrete TechnologyStudents study the ingredients of the concrete & Properties of cement & aggregate. Students study the details of concrete & concreting techniques and to differentiate between properties of fresh and hardened concrete. Students can design concrete mix by I.S. method. Students study about the HPC, admixtures and their application. Students study various types of special concrete, its use and application. Students perform various NDT on concrete structures and to study crack repair and rehabilitation of concrete structures
Surveying II Students understand the principle, uses and importance of tacheometry. Students will learn and analyse various methods tacheometry and their application in practical work. Students understand the various types of curves and able to analysis setting out of horizontal curve. Students learn analysis of setting out of vertical curves & works with suitable methods. Students learn analysis of setting out of vertical curves & works with suitable methods. Students will be able to plot contour maps and road section by field measurement.
Building Design And Drawing- I Students will get an idea of load bearing, framed and Composite structure. Students understand the concept of footing, types of footing,Doors, windows and stair-case Students will be able to plan the building as per the bye laws and sun path diagram and able to execute the plan onto the field. Students understand various terminologies of building drawing and local district rules and can draw the plan, elevation, section of the building. Students will be able to plan the bungalow as per the bye laws and principal of planning. Students will be able to draw the line diagram of water supply, sanitary and electrical layouts.
Fluid Mechanics- IIStudents get familiar with concepts of major and minor losses due to various pipe fittings. Students get familiar with concepts of major and minor losses due to various pipe fittings. Students will be able to evaluate pressure drop in pipe flow using hagen-poiseuille?s equation for laminar flow in a pipe. Students do understand the concept of Prandtl?s mixing theory and solve turbulent flow problems. Students do distinguish the types of compressible flow based on mach number. Students will be able to analyze and solve problems on stagnation properties.
Structural Analysis- IStudents will be able to draw SFD, AFD and BMD of determinate frame with internal hinge. Students will be able to find the slope and deflection of beams using these methods Students will be able to find the deflection and slope in portal frames using Energy methods. Students get the concept of influence line diagram and can draw influence line for determinate structures. Students can analyze the arches, suspension bridges and three hinged stiffness girder Students will be able to find the stresses in struts, unsymmetrical section and can find shear centre for various sections.
Sem 5Geotechnical Engineering- IStudents understand properties of soil and also able to understand interrelationship between soil properties Students will be able to understand and analyse particle size and plasticity characteristic and also able to classify the soil Students will learn to calculate phenomenon such as permeability and seepage Students will understand principle stress and shear strength developed in soil Students will understand phenomenon such as compaction, consolidation of soil Students will learn to conduct various methods of investigation and test on soil
Building Design & Drawing- IIStudents learn and understand the planning concepts, rules, regulations, various types of authorities for public building. Students get knowledge and able to draw one point & two point perspective drawings for public buildings. Students learn to understand redevelopment concept and residential planning Students get familiar with objective and principles of town planning. Students get knowledge of architecture & modular planning by using computer in building planning & Design. Students able to understand green building concept and its certification method.
Applied Hydraulics- IStudents able to understood the momentum principle, moment of momentum equation and applications of hydraulic machines Students able to understand the significance of dimensionless numbers, concept of dimensional homogeneity and different types of model laws and their applications Students able to determine force exerted on stationary flat plates which held normal and vertical to jet and also for curved plate. Students able to understand about the general layout, working procedure of hydro electric plates and calculations of efficiencies for different turbines Students will be able to understand the working procedure of centrifugal pumps, series parallel operations involved and reciprocating pumps Students gets the knowledge of applications of different types hydraulics machines like hydraulic rams, hydraulic accumulator, press, hydraulic intensifiers and hydraulic lifts
Structural Analysis- IIStudents identify stable, unstable, determinate and indeterminate structures. Students will be able to determine the deflection of determinate structures due to temperatures effect & settlement. Students will analyse the indeterminate structures by force methods. Students can analyse the indeterminate structures by displacement methods. Students get the idea about plastic analysis and will be able to determine shape factor, plastic moment carrying capacity and collapse load.
Transportation Engineering- IStudents will be able to understand the elements of Air Transportation such as terminal building, parking facilities, apron, hangars, markings and lightings, airport drainage, ATC etc. Students able to design the airport elements such as runway orientation, length, gate and taxiway. Students able to understand elements of water transportation like harbours, ports and breakwater including study of facilities and equipment?s used. Students will be able to decide the Cross Section of the Permanent way and suggest suitable ballast, sleepers, rail and their fixtures and fasteners. Students will be able to understand and design the geometric elements of Railway Line such as Gradient, Curves, Super Elevation, Turnouts etc. Students will be able to understand working of yards, signalling systems, maintenance of railway track and its construction and modernization
Sem 6Geotechnical Engineering - IIStudents understand concept of stability of slope and study various method of evaluating stability of slope. Students will be able to understand lateral earth pressure theories and method to calculate active and passive earth pressure also able to check stability of retaining structure Students will be able to calculate bearing capacity to design various footing such as square, rectangle etc. Students will be able to understand necessity of pile foundation and also able to design and calculate load on pile. Students able to understand concept of underground conduit and estimation of strut load in braced cut. Students will understand application of reinforced soil.
Environmental Engineering- IStudents will understand the importance of sanitation. They will also learn to estimate water demand using population forecasting methods. Students will learn to give layout of distribution system which is suitable for particular location. Students get idea about whole water treatment process and will be able to design sedimentation tank and rapid sand filter. Students get the idea about different coagulants, disinfectant, iron removal, defluoridation, Reverse osmosis and hardness removing methods. Students get the idea about how to manage the solid waste in the society. Students will be able to give plumbing layout and improve the sanitation by providing modern plumbing systems with water efficient fixture.
Applied Hydraulics- IIStudents will understand the boundary layer theory and boundary layer separation on the submerged bodies. Students will understand the impact of engineering solutions for boundary layer theory in the context of submerged bodies. Students will develop the understanding of the flow phenomena and parameters in channel section. Students shall design most efficient channel section. Students will understand the different slope profiles and its effect on the flow characteristics. Students will apply the specific energy concepts on various channel sections. Students will apply Kennedy's and Lacey's theory for designing irrigation channels.
Design & Drawing Of Steel StructuresStudents get the idea of the properties of steel and working stress method & limit state method. Students will be able to design of simple connections and bracket connections with bolted & welded. Students get the idea about failures of tension member and design of tension member. Students get the idea about failures of compression member and design of compression member as strut & column. Students will be able to design column bases. Students will be able todesign laterally supported and unsupported beam. Students will be able to design a truss. Students will be able to design a plate girder using IS code.
Theory Of Reinforced And Prestressed ConcreteStudents will understand the concept of reinforced concrete & working stress method (WSM). Students will analyse & design various types of beams& columns by WSM. Students will design slab, footing & shear bonds in structure by WSM. Students will understand basic principles, methods, losses & analysis of prestressed concrete. StudentslLearn the general design principles of a prestressed concrete member. Students will Understand working of yards, signalling systems, maintenance of railway track and its construction and modernization.
Transportation Engineering- IIStudents will be able to understand to Design geometric elements of pavements Students will be able to provide suitable design based on available material and its characteristics and apply construction techniques Students will be abe to understand the drainage system and their role in preventing failure Students will be able to carryout functional and structural evaluation and thereby applying techniques to strengthen the distressed pavement. Students will be able to carry out traffic planning and operation of traffic elements and their role in traffic control. Students will be able to understand concepts related to Bridge Engineering, its types and components.
Sem 7Quantity Survey, Estimation & ValuationStudents can read, understand and interpret plans, sections, detailed drawings and specifications for a construction project. To study the various methods of detailed and approximate estimates Students will be able to emphasize the importance of relevant IS: 1200- 1964 codes and relevant Indian Standard specifications, taking out quantities from the given requirements of the work, and drafting specifications. Students can conduct a material and labour survey to understand the current market rates for the various materials required for construction and the different categories of labour required. To prepare specifications of various types, prepare specifications for various items as a part of tender documents. Understanding the importance and use of specification. Students will be able to perform the rate analysis for various items: standard and non-standard and the use of DSR in this process. Students will be able to study the process of tendering and its various stages, various types of contracts, its suitability and validity as per the Indian Contract Act of 1872 and draft various clauses and conditions of a contract. Will be able to understand the arbitration process. Students can study assessment of the value of a property with or without structure. Study the Valuation table and formulas for assessing different types of properties.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING IIStudents will be able to determine quantity of waste water and also design the sewer line for a population of particular city Students will analyse waste water sample and suggest a suitable solution to remove the impurities from water. Students get the idea about working and design of secondary treatment units and sludge disposal standards. Student get the idea about advanced water treatment used for removal of nutrients from waste water and how to calculate oxygen deficit. Students will be able to give plumbing layout and improve the sanitation by providing modern plumbing systems with water efficient fixtures. Students shall be able to carry out analysis of air quality and understand how it affects human health. They will also learn about pollution controlling measures .
IRRIGATION ENGINEERINGStudents will be able collect data and calculate the demand of water for agricultural land. Students will be able to derive hydrographs and predict yield of catchment. Students can apply their knowledge on ground water, well hydraulics to estimate safe yield. Students willbe able to investigate and control level of sedimentation in reservoir. Students will perform stability analysis and design various hydraulic structures. Students can analyse and carry out design of water resource distribution system.
LIMIT STATE METHOD FOR REINFORCED CONCRERE STRUCTUREStudents will develop the clear understanding of the concepts of the design of reinforced concrete structure using ULM and LSM. Students will understand the concept of ULM and apply it in analysis and design of beams. Students will understand the various clauses of IS: 456-2000 and its significance in the RCC design. Students will independently or as a member of the team design structural member like beam, column, slab and footing by using LSM.
Traffic Engineering & ControlStudents will understand the all the traffic characteristics such as speed, journey time, hydrodynamic analogies, queuing theory and entropy in traffic engineering. Students will understand all the traffic surveys such as O&D, Parking, Accident etc. required for effective traffic management system and to correlate the concepts related to highway capacity. Students will understand, plan and design all the important elements on the roads like signal, rotary, traffic management systems and street lighting. Students will apply statistical analysis in traffic engineering
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENTStudents will understand the all the traffic characteristics such as speed, journey time, hydrodynamic analogies, queuing theory and entropy in traffic engineering. Students will understand all the traffic surveys such as O&D, Parking, Accident etc. required for effective traffic management system and to correlate the concepts related to highway capacity. Students will understand, plan and design all the important elements on the roads like signal, rotary, traffic management systems and street lighting. Students will apply statistical analysis in traffic engineering
Adavace Structural AnalysisStudents will understand the all the traffic characteristics such as speed, journey time, hydrodynamic analogies, queuing theory and entropy in traffic engineering. Students will understand all the traffic surveys such as O&D, Parking, Accident etc. required for effective traffic management system and to correlate the concepts related to highway capacity. Students will understand, plan and design all the important elements on the roads like signal, rotary, traffic management systems and street lighting. Students will apply statistical analysis in traffic engineering
Sem 8Design And Drawing Of Reinforced Concrete StructuresStudents will understand the complete analysis and design of residential and industrial buildings using relevant IS codes. Students will understand the complete analysis and design of different types of retaining walls. Students will understand the complete analysis and design of different types of water tanks using relevant IS codes by working stress method. Students be well versed with concepts of civil engineering techniques and ability to use it in practice
Construction EngineeringStudents will understand the different types of standard/special equipment used in the construction industry and learn the different sources of equipment, economic life and depreciation cost of equipment. Students will be able to determine owning and operating costs, evaluate maintenance and repair costs. Students will understand the various equipment related to earth moving, drilling and blasting, pile driving, pumping, stone crushing, air compressors, equipment for moving materials etc. Students will understand the complex processes involved in the construction of tunnels. Students will understand various soil stabilization techniques such as sand drains and stone columns, use of geotextiles and chemicals, diaphragm wall, rock anchors, foundation grouting, etc. Students will Understand the concept of mass concreting, vacuum concreting and modern slip forms and to understand different types of cladding and their arrangements.
Construction ManagementStudents will be able to understand and apply Management principles, its significance to Construction Management and managing resources. They can also plan, schedule, execute and control projects effectively using resources. Students will know the unique features, life cycle of project. Understanding the roles and responsibilities of the agencies involved. It gives an idea about organizing and mobilizing resources, design an effective layout etc. Students will be able to demonstrate capability for preparing project networks and work out best possible project duration. Students shall be able to draw bar charts, for different stages of Planning. Analyse Network to find Critical Path. Use PERT method for particular projects, deducing time estimates and finding slack. Finding, the probability of project completion time using statistical tools. Students will be able to implement Materials Management, the methods used for inventory control. They get an idea of Manpower planning, selection & recruitment, training, performance evaluation. Understand basics of Finance management, sources of funds, their pros & cons based on project economic appraisal. Students learn the method of Resource levelling and Resource smoothening. Students get a basic introduction to Project management software. Students will understand various records to be maintained, writing progress reports and updating the network at regular intervals. Students are able to achieve Time Cost optimization using compression, decompression techniques. Understanding reasons for Time Over run and Cost overrun and corrective measures in such situation. Student understands the importance of Quality, checks to be performed, prepare Quality manual, use statistical quality control. Understanding IS 14000. Implement the safety as well as quality aspects during the execution of civil engineering project. Students shall be able to identify causes of accidents, workout cost of accidents, identifying Occupational hazards. Health & safety campaign Understanding various legislation, their objectives, applicability and eligibility in projects.
Transportation Planning And Economics Students will be able to understand and apply Land use transport models for transportation planning. They will also be able to understand travel forecasting principles and techniques in planning. Students get to understand the various cost and benefit related to transport project. And they will also be able to compare feasibility of projects using net present value and rate of return from projects. Students will be able to compare characteristics and application of various mass rapid transit system used in urban transportation
Industrial Waste Treatment Students will be able to understand and apply Land use transport models for transportation planning. They will also be able to understand travel forecasting principles and techniques in planning. Students get to understand the various cost and benefit related to transport project. And they will also be able to compare feasibility of projects using net present value and rate of return from projects. Students will be able to compare characteristics and application of various mass rapid transit system used in urban transportation
  • Achievements by Staff
  • Zulfiquar Ahmad Iftekhar Ahmad

    Presented a paper entitled "Seismic Analysis Of Bridge Pier" in the event "INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ON ADVANCES IN CIVIL ENGG." in February - 2018

  • Students Achievements
  • Kaushal Mhatre, Ajit Takle, Bhushan Joshi, Mayur Narvekar, Ganesh More won 1st Prize in the event Bridge-it held at Iit Bombay in 2017

  • Kaushal Mhatre, Ajit Takle, Masood Qureshi won 1st Prize in the event Bridge Competition held at Thakur College Of Engineering in 2017

  • Prince Mishra, Shehbaj Mithani, Fakir Uzair won 2nd Prize in the event Bridge Competition held at Saboo Siddik College Of Engineering in 2017

  • Kaushal Mhatre, Ajit Takle won 1st Prize in the event Bridge Competition held at Universal College Of Engineering in 2016

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