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CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT I - IV SEMESTERS (FULL TIME) CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS
418 THEORY Course Code MA7152 CN7101 CN7102 CN7103 CN7104 M.E. Construction Engineering and Management SEMESTER I Course Title Statistical Methods for Engineers Modern Construction Materials Construction Equipment Project Formulation and Appraisal Quantitative Techniques in Management Elective I Total SEMESTER II THEORY Course Code CN7201 CN7202 CN7203 CN7204 Course Title Advanced Construction Techniques Contract Laws and Regulations Construction Planning, Scheduling and Control Computer Applications in Construction Engineering and Planning Elective II Elective III L 3 3 3 2 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 2 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 T 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 4 3 3 3 3 3 19
PRACTICAL Course Code Course Title CN7211 Advanced Construction Engineering and Computing Techniques Laboratory Total SEMESTER III THEORY Course Code Elective IV Elective V Elective VI PRACTICAL Course Code CN7311 Practical Training (4 Weeks) CN7312 Project Work (Phase I) CN7313 Seminar Course Title
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418 M.E. Construction Engineering and Management
SEMESTER I Course Title L 3 3 6 T 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 C 3 3 6
Course Code CN7001 Advanced Concrete Technology CN7002 Shoring, Scaffolding and Formwork
Total SEMESTER II Course Code CN7003 CN7004 CN7005 CN7006 Course Title System Integration in Construction Energy Efficient Buildings Construction Project Management Construction Personnel Management Total SEMESTER III Course Code CN7007 CN7008 CN7009 CN7010 CN7011 Course Title Quality Control and Assurance in Construction Economics and Finance Management in Construction Resource Management and Control in Construction Project Safety Management Management Information Systems Total
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“Schaum’sou Tlines..R. and multivariate analysis. V.Johnson and Dean W. correlation and regression. Pearson Education. Third Edition. J. UNIT IV DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS 9+3 Analysis of variance – One-way and two-way classifications – Completely randomized design – Randomized block design – Latin square design. Asia. 7th Edition. Murray. Sultan Chand and Sons. and Kapoor. Thomson and Duxbury.MA7152 STATISTICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS LT PC 3 10 4 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the concepts of Statistical methods and its applications in Engineering. Prentice Hall of India. SpiegelandLarry J. 2000 5. To study the effect of estimation theory. Singapore.A.Statistics”. R.. “Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis”.Devore. testing of hypothesis. “Probability and statistics for Engineering and the Sciences”. 2007 1 . 6th Edition. Freund.K.Johnson and C. “Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics”. t. 2007 6. REFERENCES: 1. 5th Edition.C. X2 and F distributions for testing of means. UNIT II TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS 9+3 Tests based on Normal. UNIT V MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS 9+3 Random vectors and Matrices – Mean vectors and Covariance matrices – Multivariate Normal density and its properties – Principal components: Population principal components – Principal components from standardized variables. UNIT I ESTIMATION THEORY 9+3 Estimators: Unbiasedness. Jay L. 2001. 3. 2002 2. L: 45 + T : 15 TOTAL : 60 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to solve various problems in the field of engineering employing probability and statistical methods. 5th Edition.Gupta. Asia. 2002 4. randomized design. Pearson Education. variance and proportions – Analysis of r x c tables – Goodness of fit.E. “Miller & Freund’s Probability and Statistics for Engineers”. Gupta. Mathematical Statistical”. Richard A. Efficiency and Sufficiency – Maximum Likelihood Estimation – Method of moments. Tata McGraw-Hill.Wichern. Eleventh Edition.B.Stephens.S. UNIT III CORRELATION AND REGRESSION 9+3 Multiple and Partial Correlation – Method of Least Squares – Plane of Regression – Properties of Residuals – Coefficient of multiple correlation – Coefficient of partial correlation – Multiple correlation with total and partial correlations – Regression and Partial correlations in terms of lower order co-efficient. Consistency.
and Zaniewski.D. Ashby. G. Concrete Technology: Theory and Practice. REFERENCES: 1. Shan Somayaji. composites. UNIT V SMART AND INTELLIGENT MATERIALS 9 Types & Differences between Smart and Intelligent Materials – Special features – Case studies showing the applications of smart & Intelligent Materials. Materials for Civil and Construction Engineers. Santhakumar. “Guide for the design and construction of externally bonded RP systems for strengthening concrete structures”.P and Ezeldin.S. Shetty M. Civil Engineering Materials.P. Prentice Hall Inc.A. and Jones.. Prentice Hall Inc. J. Elsevier Publications.. 4. ACI Report 440. S. Behaviour of concretes – Properties and Advantages of High Strength and High Performance Concrete – Properties and Applications of Fibre Reinforced Concrete. M. A. New Delhi 7. UNIT III COMPOSITES 9 Types of Plastics – Properties & Manufacturing process – Advantages of Reinforced polymers – Types of FRP – FRP on different structural elements – Applications of FRP. 6. and smart materials. Prentice Hall Inc.S.R. 1998.H.Chand & Company Ltd.. American Concrete Institute. 2005. Deucher. 2001 8. “Engineering Materials 1: An introduction to Properties. Aitkens . TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will have the knowledge of modern construction materials to be used in the field. Concrete Technology. McGraw Hill. Self compacting concrete. metals. UNIT II METALS 9 Types of Steels – Manufacturing process of steel – Advantages of new alloy steels – Properties and advantages of aluminium and its products – Types of Coatings & Coatings to reinforcetment – Applications of Coatings. Materials for civil and Highway Engineers. Mamlouk.R. UNIT I SPECIAL CONCRETES 9 Concretes. 1999.. water proofing compounds. M. Korfiatis.F.H. 2 . applications and designs”. 2. High Performance Concrete.2R-02. 2005. 5.. UNIT IV OTHER MATERIALS 9 Types and properties of Water Proofing Compounds – Types of Non-weathering Materials and its uses – Types of Flooring and Facade Materials and its application.N. Oxford University press. non weathering materials..S. Alternate Materials to concrete on high performance & high Strength concrete. K. 1999 3.CN7101 MODERN CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the properties of modern construction materials used in construction such as special concretes. 2002.
Replacement Analysis . TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: At the end of this course students will be able to know various types of equipments to be used in the constructions projects. 4.Earth Moving Operations .Erection Equipment . Trenching.V. Asphalt Plant. Asphalt Pavers. Rippers. trucks and hauling equipment. UNIT III OTHER CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 9 Equipment for Dredging. New Delhi.Crane.Pumping Equipment – Ready mix concrete equipment.Maintenance Management – Equipment cost – Operating cost – Cost Control of Equipment . 1983. finance and private sector participation. Metropolitan Book Company. Ledbetter. W. Deodhar.Industrial Trucks. 2006. Loaders. appraisal. Construction Equipment and Management. dewatering. Scrapers. Peurifoy. material handling conveyors and its applications in construction projects. Asphalt compacting Equipment UNIT V MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT 9 Forklifts and related equipment .Batching and Mixing Equipment . Drag line and clamshells. 1988. blasting.CN7102 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the various types of equipments used for earthwork. S. New Delhi. Construction Equipment and Job Planning. C. McGraw Hill. Dr. drilling. costing of construction projects. Compacting Equipment. CN7103 PROJECT FORMULATION AND APPRAISAL LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the formulation.L. Mobile crane .C.Equipment Management in Projects .B. Equipment and Methods. Singapore.Portable Material Bins – Material Handling Conveyors – Material Handling Cranes. Tunneling – Equipment for Drilling and Blasting .Mahesh Varma. R. UNIT IV ASPHALT AND CONCRETE PLANTS 9 Aggregate production. 3.Tractors. Khanna Publishers. 3 . Khanna Publishers.Depreciation Analysis – Replacement of Equipment..Equipment for Dewatering and Grouting – Equipment for Demolition. New Delhi. UNIT I CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENTS AND MANAGEMENT 9 Identification – Planning of equipment – Selection of Equipment . Construction Equipment and its planning and Application. Motor Graders.Screening Equipment . 1988. Excavators. Finishing equipment. tunneling. REFERENCES: 1. Concrete pouring equipment. Sharma S.Types of Earth Work Equipment .Pile driving Equipment .Different Crushers – Feeders .Safety Management UNIT II EQUIPMENT FOR EARTHWORK 9 Fundamentals of Earth Work Operations . and Schexnayder.Handling Equipment .Types of pumps used in Construction . Front end Waders – Dozer.. 2. Construction Planning.
Implementation Review. Duality and Post – Optimality Analysis – Transportation and Assignment Problems. 9 UNIT III PROJECT APPRAISAL 9 NPV – BCR – IRR – ARR – Urgency – Pay Back Period – Assessment of Various Methods – Indian Practice of Investment Appraisal – International Practice of Appraisal – Analysis of Risk – Different Methods – Selection of a Project and Risk Analysis in Practice. Project Estimates and Techno-Economic Feasibility Report... (IDBI Reproduction) Bombay. UNIT IV PROJECT FINANCING 9 Project Financing – Means of Finance – Financial Institutions – Special Schemes – Key Financial Indicators – Ratios. Analysis. 4.The Indian Context. UNIT I OPERATIONS RESEARCH 9 Introduction to Operations Research . UNIT II PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 9 Inventory Control . McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Economic and Ecological . 2006.Linear Programming – Graphical and Simplex Methods. Financial. 1992 3. Joy P. projects costing. 2.EOQ . 1987. New York. New Delhi. decision theory and managerial economics. appraisal and financing. UNIT V PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION 9 Private sector participation in Infrastructure Development Projects . Barcus. Detailed Project Report – Different Project Clearances required.Scope of Technology Transfer.UNIT I PROJECT FORMULATION 9 Project – Concepts – Capital investments .W. Projects – Planning. 4 . United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Manual for the Preparation of Industrial Feasibility Studies. To study the effect of production management..BOT. Prasanna Chandra. BOLT. New Delhi. Technical.J. CN7104 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN MANAGEMENT LT P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the various quantitative methods applied to the elements of management..W.K. S. Market.Project identification – Preliminary Analysis. Selection. BOOT Technology Transfer and Foreign Collaboration .Generation and Screening of Project Ideas . UNIT II PROJECT COSTING Project Cash Flows – Time Value of Money – Cost of Capital. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know the formulations of projects.PreFeasibility Report and its Clearance.Safety Stock – Replacement Theory – PERT and CPM – Simulation Models – Quality Control. finance management. REFERENCES: 1. and Wilkinson. Macmillan India Ltd. Total Project Management . 1986. Hand Book of Management Consulting Services.Quantity Discounts . McGraw Hill.
5. McGraw Hill College.Driving diaphragm walls. 9 TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know operations research. Operations Research: An Introduction. super structure. 2.cable anchoring and grouting . The Managerial Decision Making Process. Prentice Hall. 5 . R... 2009.UNIT III FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 9 Working Capital Management – Compound Interest and Present Value methods – Discounted Cash Flow Techniques – Capital Budgeting.sinking cofferdam . Houghton Mifflin Co. financial management and cost concepts. Post tensioning of slab.Taha.Pipe jacking . Vohra.S. 2010. Syed M... Hongkong University Press. Boston. R. UNIT V MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS Cost Concepts – Break-even analysis – Pricing Techniques – Game theory Applications. Frank Harrison. Rubin. Quantitative Approaches to Management. Ming Lu.I. risk and uncertainty – Decision trees – Utility Theory.. UNIT II SUPER STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION FOR BUILDINGS 9 Vacuum dewatering of concrete flooring – Concrete paving technology – Techniques of construction for continuous concreting operation in tall buildings of various shapes and varying sections – Erection techniques of tall structures. CN7201 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the latest construction techniques applied to engineering construction for sub structure. UNIT IV DECISION THEORY 9 Decision Theory – Decision Rules – Decision making under conditions of certainty. E. Sheet piles .Ahmad. Schroeder.well points .Tang. 3. 2007.G. 4. REFERENCES: 1. Tata McGraw-Hill Company Ltd. 1999. and Stinson J. Hamdy A.Piling techniques . Operations Management. Quantitative Techniques in Management.D.Under water construction of diaphragm walls and basement Tunneling techniques . 1993.Ahmed. S.Laying operations for built up offshore system . 6.Shoring for deep cutting . rehabilitation and strengthening techniques and demolition techniques. Levin. Irtishad U.aerial transporting – Handling and erecting lightweight components on tall structures.Driving well and caisson . Nd. Third Edition.Dewatering for underground open excavation. HKU.Large reservoir construction . special structures. Quantitative Technique for Decision making in Construction. 2004. production management. UNIT I SUB STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION 9 Box jacking . Large span structures – launching techniques for heavy decks – in-situ prestressing in high rise structures.L. McGraw Hill.
1984 Patrick Powers. Soil Stabilization techniques. 1992. S. Mud jacking and grouting for foundation – Micro piling and underpinning for strengthening floor and shallow profile . UNIT II TENDERS 9 Prequalification – Bidding – Accepting – Evaluation of Tender from Technical.Strengthening of columns .Sub grade water proofing.Bow string bridges.Strengthening of slab Strengthening of masonry wall. Dismantling Techniques. Advanced techniques using Robotic Machines. and Saraswati. 6 . and labour regulations..Strengthening of beams . REFERENCES: Jerry Irvine. Oxford University Press. sky scrapers . UNIT V DEMOLITION 9 Demolition Techniques. Demolition Sequence. Practical foundation engineering hand book.Press. Silos. Peter. Demolition by Explosives. Protection methods of structures. Robertwade Brown. Sankar. CN7202 CONTRACT LAWS AND REGULATIONS L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the various types of construction contracts and their legal aspects and provisions.Rigging of transmission line structures – Construction sequence in cooling towers. 2001.K. UNIT IV REHABILITATION AND STRENGTHENING TECHNIQUES 9 Seismic retrofitting . Safety precaution in Demolition and Dismantling. Galgotia Publications Pvt.H. Contractual and Commercial Points of View – Contract Formation and Interpretation – Potential Contractual Problems – World Bank Procedures and Guidelines – Tamilnadu Transparency in Tenders Act.UNIT III CONSTRUCTION OF SPECIAL STRUCTURES 9 Erection of lattice towers . McGraw Hill Publications..Emmons. 2008. 1995. New Delhi. Cable stayed bridges – Launching and pushing of box decks – Construction of jetties and break water structures – Construction sequence and methods in domes – Support structure for heavy equipment and machinery in heavy industries – Erection of articulated structures and space decks. Advanced Construction Techniques. John Wiley & Sons. arbitration. S. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will know the modern construction techniques to be used in the construction of buildings and special structures and also rehabilitation and strengthening techniques and demolition. chimney. CA Rocketr. J. To study the of tenders. UNIT I CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS 9 Indian Contracts Act – Elements of Contracts – Types of Contracts – Features – Suitability – Design of Contract Documents – International Contract Document – Standard Contract Document – Law of Torts. Construction Technology. Demolition by Machines.. Construction Dewatering: New Methods and Applications. Ltd. 2008. legal requirement. “Concrete repair and maintenance illustrated”.
M. cost and quality control.Other Labour Laws. B. Fundamentals of Construction Management and Organisation. McGraw Hill. 2000. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will know different types of contracts in construction.M. scheduling. Civil Engineering Contracts and Estimates.UNIT III ARBITRATION 9 Comparison of Actions and Laws – Agreements – Subject Matter – Violations – Appointment of Arbitrators – Conditions of Arbitration – Powers and Duties of Arbitrator – Rules of Evidence – Enforcement of Award – Costs. UNIT I CONSTRUCTION PLANNING 9 Basic Concepts in the Development of Construction Plans – Choice of Technology and Construction Method – Defining Work Tasks – Defining Precedence Relationships among Activities – Estimating Activity Durations – Estimating Resource Requirements for Work Activities – Coding Systems. safety during construction. 2006.Guevara. Printice Hall. Sales Tax. Contracts and the Legal Environment for Engineers and Architects.Tripathi Private Ltd. 1985. McGraw Hill. A. Universities Press (India) Private Limited. UNIT II SCHEDULING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES 9 Construction Schedules – Critical Path Method – Scheduling Calculations – Float – Presenting Project Schedules – Scheduling for Activity-on-Node and with Leads. Jimmie Hinze. P.S. Jose M.. REFERENCES: Gajaria G. CN7203 CONSTRUCTION PLANNING.. Tenah. Joseph T. Labour Administration – Insurance and Safety Regulations – Workmen’s Compensation Act – Indian Factory Act – Tamilnadu Factory Act – Child Labour Act . UNIT IV LEGAL REQUIREMENTS 9 Insurance and Bonding – Laws Governing Sale. Lags. and Windows – Scheduling with Resource Constraints and Precedences – Use of Advanced Scheduling Techniques – Scheduling with Uncertain Durations – Calculations for Monte Carlo Schedule Simulation – Crashing and Time/Cost Tradeoffs – Improving the Scheduling Process. Purchase and Use of Urban and Rural Land – Land Revenue Codes – Tax Laws – Income Tax. UNIT V LABOUR REGULATIONS 9 Social Security – Welfare Legislation – Laws relating to Wages. arbitration and legal aspect and its provisions. Patil. 1982. organization and use of project information necessary for construction project.. Bombay. Bonus and Industrial Disputes. Laws Relating to Building and Engineering Contracts in India. SCHEDULING AND CONTROL LT PC 3 003 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the concept of planning.E.. 2001. Kwaku. Excise and Custom Duties and their Influence on Construction Costs – Legal Requirements for Planning – Property Law – Agency Law – Local Government Laws for Approval – Statutory Regulations.T. Construction Contracts. P.E. Bockrath. 7 .
Equipment Replacement. Construction Project Management: Planning. Willis. Popescu. E. Scheduling and Control in Construction: An Encyclopedia of terms and Applications.Software applications. New York. Wiley. Scheduling and Control.. Chotchai Charoenngam. Project Planning. 1998. 1985. Architects and Builders. scheduling procedure and controls. Chris Hendrickson and Tung Au. inventory models and scheduling techniques applied to construction engineering. Dynamic and Integer Programming .K. 1986. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6+6 Overview of IT Applications in Construction – Construction process – Computerization in Construction – Computer aided Cost Estimation – Developing application with database software. UNIT III INVENTORY MODELS Deterministic and Probabilistic Inventory Models . UNIT IV QUALITY CONTROL AND SAFETY DURING CONSTRUCTION 9 Quality and Safety Concerns in Construction – Organizing for Quality and Safety – Work and Material Specifications – Total Quality Control – Quality Control by Statistical Methods – Statistical Quality Control with Sampling by Attributes – Statistical Quality Control with Sampling by Variables – Safety. K. M.Branch and Bound Techniques – Application to Production Scheduling. UNIT II OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 6+6 Linear. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will know the development of construction planning. Material Transportation and Work Assignment Problems – Software applications.UNIT III COST CONTROL. UNIT V ORGANIZATION AND USE OF PROJECT INFORMATION 9 Types of Project Information – Accuracy and Use of Information – Computerized Organization and Use of Information – Organizing Information in Databases – Relational Model of Databases – Other Conceptual Models of Databases – Centralized Database Management Systems – Databases and Applications Programs – Information Transfer and Flow. John Wiley & Sons. Engineers. Chitkara. MONITORING AND ACCOUNTING 9 The Cost Control Problem – The Project Budget – Forecasting for Activity Cost Control – Financial Accounting Systems and Cost Accounts – Control of Project Cash Flows –Schedule Control – Schedule and Budget Updates – Relating Cost and Schedule Information. New York. Financial and Cost Concepts for Construction Management. Project Management for Construction – Fundamental Concepts for Owners. optimization techniques. Prentice Hall. Pittsburgh. McGrawHill Publishing Company. REFERENCES: Calin M. CN7204 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND PLANNING L T P C 2 0 2 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the hardware and software requirements of computer. John Wiley & Sons. D. 2000. 1995. Scheduling Construction Projects. W. programming. Halpin.. New Delhi. 6+6 8 .
UPV. UNIT V OTHER PROBLEMS Sequencing problems – Simulation – Enterprises – Introduction to ERP systems. Computer Applications in Construction. B. 6+6 TOTAL (L:30+P:30) : 60 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will know the computer applications in construction. Mc Graw Hill. in Construction. Flow Characteristics of Self Compacting concrete.L. Feigenbaum. Mix design of concrete as per IS. 1995. 9 . Ming Sun and Rob Howard. 5. ACI and BS methods.. 2004. (B) ADVANCED COMPUTING TECHNIQUES LABORATORY OBJECTIVES: This course gives an exposure to students in utilizing the sophisticated spread sheets programs.T. Spon Press.Gillet. Paulson. Taylor and Francis Group. CN7211 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING TECHNIQUES LABORATORY L T P C 0 0 4 2 (A) ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING LABORATORY OBJECTIVES: This course provides a thorough knowledge of material selection through the material testing based on specification. Effect of minerals and chemical admixtures in concrete at fresh and hardened state with relevance to workability.. strength and durability. 3. Mc Graw Hill. “Understanding I.. 2008. different optimization techniques and sequencing problems. REFERENCES: Billy E.UNIT IV SCHEDULING APPLICATION 6+6 PERT and CPM .Advanced planning and scheduling concepts – Computer applications – Case study. Permeability tests on hardened concrete – Demonstration TOTAL : 30 PERIODS OUTCOMES: On completion of this laboratory course students will be able to test the concrete mixes designed as per IS. Construction Scheduling with Primavera Project Planner Prentice Hall Inc. 4. Rebound hammer and core test. Students will also be able to know various tests on hardened concrete. 2002.R. ACI & BS methods for high performance concrete. estimation software and other package programs. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. NDT on hardened concrete . Introduction to Operations Research – A Computer Oriented Algorithmic Approach.. 2.
. 4. CN7312 PROJECT WORK (PHASE I) L T P C 0 0 12 6 OBJECTIVES: To identify a specific problem for the current need of the society and collecting information related to the same through detailed review of literature. At the end of the semester. To train the students in preparing project reports and to face reviews and viva-voce examination. 5. Scheduling of a small construction project using tools like MS project scheduling systems including reports and tracking. Quantity takeoff. Preparation and delivery of the bid or proposal of an engineering construction project. SYLLABUS: The students individually undertake training in reputed engineering companies doing construction during the summer vacation for a specified duration of four weeks. TOTAL: 180 PERIODS OUTCOME: At the end of the course the students will have a clear idea of his/her area of work and they are in a position to carry out the remaining phase II work in a systematic way..1 OBJECTIVES: To train the students in the field work so as to have a firsthand knowledge of practical problems related to Construction Management in carrying out engineering tasks. Scheduling of a small construction project using Primavera scheduling systems including reports and tracking. The students will be evaluated through a viva-voce examination by a team of internal staff. CN7311 PRACTICAL TRAINING (4 Weeks) L T P C . The topic may be theoretical or case studies. a detailed report on the work done should be submitted which contains clear definition of the identified problem. 10 . The students will be evaluated through a viva-voce examination by a panel of examiners including one external examiner. To develop the methodology to solve the identified problem. a detailed report on the work done should be submitted within ten days from the commencement of the semester. To develop skills in facing and solving the problems experiencing in the field. SYLLABUS: The student individually works on a specific topic approved by the head of the division under the guidance of a faculty member who is familiar in this area of interest. 2. Design of a simple equipment information system for a construction project. Simulation models for project risk analysis. The student can select any topic which is relevant to the area of construction engineering and management.LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. At the end of training. 3. detailed literature review related to the area of work and methodology for carrying out the work. TOTAL : 30 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this laboratory course the students will be able to do the scheduling of constructions projects using tools primavera and MS projects.
special concretes and various methods for making concrete. special cements. mix design. Testing of concrete. TOTAL: 360 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of the project work students will be in a position to take up any challenging practical problems in the field of construction engineering and management and find better solutions to it. Properties. and make conclusions. Methods of combining aggregates. Creep and shrinkage – Durability of concrete. tests. Structure of hydrated cement. 11 . after completing the work to the satisfaction of the supervisor and review committee. Similarly. The students will be evaluated through based on the report and the viva-voce examination by a panel of examiners including one external examiner. Testing of aggregates. The students as audience also should interact. TOTAL: 30 PERIODS CN7411 PROJECT WORK (PHASE II) L T P C 0 0 24 12 OBJECTIVES: To solve the identified problem based on the formulated methodology. To acquire technical writing abilities for seminars and conferences. They will be asked to talk on any topic of their choice related to construction engineering and management and to engage in dialogue with the audience. A brief copy of their talk also should be submitted. Strength. Hydration of cement. IS Specifications. At the end of the semester. Elastic properties. To develop skills to analyze and discuss the test results. Evaluation will be based on the technical presentation and the report and also on the interaction during the seminar. the students will have to present a seminar of not less than fifteen minutes and not more than thirty minutes on the technical topic. CN7001 ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LT PC 3 003 OBJECTIVES : To study the properties of concrete making materials. Mineral admixture.CN7313 SEMINAR L T P C 0 0 2 1 OBJECTIVES: To work on a specific technical topic in Construction Engineering and Management in order to acquire the skills of oral presentation. SYLLABUS: The student should continue the phase I work on the selected topic as per the formulated methodology under the same supervisor. They will also answer the queries on the topic. UNIT II TESTS ON CONCRETE 9 Properties of fresh concrete. Hardened concrete. a detailed report should be prepared and submitted to the head of the department. Water Chemical admixtures. Grade of cement. Cement. SYLLABUS: The students will work for two hours per week guided by a group of staff members. specified gradings. Grading. Chemical composition. UNIT I CONCRETE MAKING MATERIALS 9 Aggregates classification.
Formwork accessories. “Concrete Technology.Reconstituted wood . 2. Jain Book Agency. To understand the Design and erection of forms for various elements such as slabs.M. placing and curing. CN7002 SHORING. Gupta. . ACI Method. Waste material based concrete – Ready mixed concrete. Overall Planning .Repetitive member stress Plywood . beams. London. SCAFFOLDING AND FORMWORK L T P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the overall and detailed planning of formwork. REFERENCES: 1.Standard units . 5. columns.S.Chand and Company Ltd. special concreting methods.Labour Requirement .Formwork hours . walls..Aluminum .Calculation of labour constants . Geo Polymer Concrete. beams walls etc. Pressures on formwork .Planning for safety . hardened concrete. 3. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will know various tests on fresh.Oxford University Press. Methods of concrete mix design.Costing . UNIT IV SPECIAL CONCRETE 9 Light weight concrete.R. High performance fiber reinforced concrete.Examples . Sulphur impregnated concrete.Allowable withdrawal load and lateral load.Detailed planning . SITE EQUIPMENT & PLANT FOR FORM WORK 9 Introduction .Vertical loads for design of slab forms Uplift on shores . McGraw Hill Education. Vacuum dewatering – Underwater Concrete. special concrete and the methods of manufacturing of concrete.A. A.Detailed programme . To know the latest methods of form construction. Prentice Hall.Site layout plan Transporting plant . Fibre reinforced concrete. Fly ash concrete..Framed panel formwork .L.2007. 2006.Overall programme . SelfCompacting-Concrete. Extreme weather concreting. shells and tunnels. UNIT II MATERIALS ACCESSORIES PROPRIETARY PRODUCTS & PRESSURES 9 Lumber . Santhakumar. 4. plant and site equipment. UNIT V CONCRETING METHODS 9 Process of manufacturing of concrete. 2010.B.M.Pass units .Jointing Boarding . columns.. 2003.UNIT III MIX DESIGN 9 Principles of concrete mix design.Types .Development of a Basic System .”Concrete Technology”. Neville. 12 .Finish .Steel . Shetty M.Formwork beams . Polymer Concrete – High performance concrete.Scaffold frames . Properties of Concrete. UNIT I PLANNING. Concrete Technology.Planning crane arrangements . 1995.Key Areas of cost reduction Planning examples. General objectives of formwork building . S.Laterals loads on slabs and walls.Textured surfaces and strength .Corner units . Gambhir.. methods of transportation. Concrete Technology..Types and grades . Amit Gupta. DOE Method – Statistical quality control – Sampling and acceptance criteria.Sheathing boards working stresses . IS Method.Hardware and fasteners .L.Forms for foundations. Delhi.Nails in Plywood .
Safety in slip forms special structures built with slip form Technique .Deflection. Hurst.Planning -Desirable characteristics of concrete . Robert L. UNIT I STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION 9 Structural System. design of forms and erection of form work. 1996. American Concrete Institute.Beam formulae .Design deficiencies .Strap footing . 1996.K.Heavy Duty props.Types of scaffolds . Formwork For Concrete Structures.Curb forms invert forms Arch forms .Forms for Footings . 2.Cycling with lifting fork .Common problems faced . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know the detailed planning of framework.Allowable load vs length behaviour of wood shores . Bending .Slab forms . Simple wood stresses . Special Publication No.Lateral stability Shear.4. Cleaver -Hume Press Ltd. Formwork for Concrete. 2003. M.Placing concrete Form removed -Strength requirements -Tunnel forming components .Standard Table module forms . Michael P.Customized slab table .Column footings .Sloped footing forms . Bearing . Formwork for Concrete. REFERENCES: 1.Slab form systems . UNIT V FORMS FOR DOMES AND TUNNELS. Hurd. maintenance and safety systems. Materials Selection and Specification. Austin.Design of Wall forms . Construction Press. London and New York. UNIT III SERVICES Plumbing – Electricity – Vertical circulation and their interaction – HVAC. McGraw Hill . Oberlender. CN7003 SYSTEM INTEGRATION IN CONSTRUCTION LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the construction system integration.Moving with table trolley and table prop.Putlog and independent scaffold -Single pole scaffolds .. SLIP FORMS AND SCAFFOLDS 9 Hemispherical.Swivel head and uniportal head . UNIT IV BUILDING AND ERECTING THE FORM WORK 9 Carpentry Shop and job mill . 9 13 .Column Formwork .Stepped footing . UNIT II ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS 9 Qualities of enclosure necessary to maintain a specified level of interior environmental quality – weather resistance – Thermal infiltration – Acoustic Control – Transmission reduction – Air quality – illumination – Relevant systems integration with structural systems. 4. Systems for enclosing Buildings. Peurifoy and Garold D. Slip Forms . environmental factors. C.Concrete placement methods .Allowable stresses .Slenderness ratio .Slab props .Beam forms .Truss suspended . services.Stacking Towers .Column forms .Wall footings .Form lining Design Tables for Wall formwork .. Detroit.Gantry and system scaffolds.Permitted and gradual irregularities. Parabolic.Continuous Advancing Slope method .Assembly sequence .Examples in each.ACI ..Principles -Types .Bulk head method Pressures on tunnels .K.Typical barrel vaults Folded plate roof details Forms for Thin Shell roof slabs design considerations .Sky deck and Multiflex .Shafts.Slab Formwork .Cut and cover construction . Functional aesthetic system.Shoring Tower . London.Building the forms .Rosett Shoring . 1996 3.Functions of various components .advantages .Free standing and restrained .UNIT III DESIGN OF FORMS AND SHORES 9 Basic simplification . Various causes of failures . Translational shells .Form construction .
Safety and Maintenance requirements in construction. lighting. London. Peter R. UNIT V SAFETY 9 Ability of systems to protect fire – Preventive systems – fire escape system design – Planning for pollution free construction environmental – Hazard free Construction execution.UNIT IV MAINTENANCE 9 Component longevity in terms of operation performance and resistance to deleterious forces Planning systems for least maintenance materials and construction – access for maintenance – Feasibility for replacement of damaged components – equal life elemental design – maintenance free exposed and finished surfaces. Water Walls – Convective Air loops – Concepts – Case Studies – General Principles of Passive Cooling – Ventilation – Principles – Case studies – Courtyards – Roof Ponds – Cool Pools – Predicting ventilation in buildings – Window Ventilation Calculations – Room Organization Strategies for Cross and Stack Ventilation – Radiation – Evaporation and dehumidification – Wind Catchers – Mass Effect – Zoning – Load Control – Air Filtration and odor removal. 1993. space conditioning and ventilation by providing a mix of passive solar design strategies and to learn the use of materials with low embodied energy. Applied Science Publishers Ltd. Site Planning and Development – Temperature – Humidity – Wind – Optimum Site Locations – Sun Path Diagrams – Sun Protection – Types of Shading Devices – Design responses to energy conservation strategies. 2007. 1983. Handbook of Building Enclosure. Energy Economics and Building Design . McGraw-Hill Book Company.Elder and Martiz Vinden Barg. 1987. McGraw-Hill Book Company. Building Services Engineering.Chadderton. The Fire Precautions Act in Practices. Julian. 3. William T. 1983. UNIT II PASSIVE SOLAR HEATING AND COOLING 9 General Principles of passive Solar Heating – Key Design Elements – Sunspace – Direct gain – Trombe Walls. CN7004 ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the design of energy efficient buildings which balances all aspects of energy. Building Services. REFERENCES: 1. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 Climate adapted and climate rejecting buildings – Heat Transfer – Measuring Conduction – Thermal Storage – Measurement of Radiation – The Green house Effect – Convection – Measuring latent and sensible heat – Psychrometry Chart – Thermal Comfort – Microclimate. 5. Smith and Warren G. 4. Taylar and Francis. 14 . David V. Services. 2.J. Jane Taylor and Gordin Cooke. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know various Structural systems. A. Mayer..
John Wiley and Sons Inc. 2002. 15 . UNIT V DESIGN FOR CLIMATIC ZONES 9 Energy efficiency – An Overview of Design Concepts and Architectural Interventions – Embodied Energy – Low Embodied Energy Materials – Passive Downdraft Evaporative Cooling – Design of Energy Efficient Buildings for Various Zones – Cold and cloudy – Cold and sunny – Composite – Hot and dry – Moderate – Warm and humid – Case studies of residences. (Ed). M (Ed).. Ventilation – Requirements – Minimum standards for ventilation – Ventilation Design – Energy Conservation in Ventilating systems – Design for Natural Ventilation – Calculation of probable indoor wind speed. REFERENCES: 1. Sun.Project Life Cycle . Ministry of Non Conventional Energy Sources. material and equipment utilization.K. Handbook on Functional Requirements of Buildings Part 1 to 4 SP : 41 ( S and T) 1995 4. Wind and Light . UNIT IV HEAT CONTROL AND VENTILATION 9 Hourly Solar radiation – Heat insulation – Terminology – Requirements – Heat transmission through building sections – Thermal performance of Building sections – Orientation of buildings – Building characteristics for various climates – Thermal Design of buildings – Influence of Design Parameters – Mechanical controls – Examples. Environmental Control System.Architectural Design Strategies.Energy Audit – Certification. 5.Role of Project Managers.Financing of Constructed Facilities .Selection of Professional Services Construction Contractors . Energy . 3. Handbook on Energy Audits and Management Tata Energy Research Institute.Types of Construction . Energy Conservation Building Code.Legal and Regulatory Requirements . Bureau of Energy Efficiency. To study the effect of management for project organization. F. A. heat control and energy efficient.Z. and DeKay. UNIT I THE OWNERS' PERSPECTIVE 9 Introduction . Brown. 2000. McGraw Hill Inc.Efficient Buildings in India. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know various components which makes the building energy efficient such as lighting.. 6. labour. and cost estimation. M. design of construction process. Tata Energy Research Institute. Tyagi.2007.Changing Environment of the Construction Industry . CN7005 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT LT P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the various management techniques for successful completion of construction projects. 2002. office buildings and other buildings in each zones – Commonly used software packages in energy efficient building analysis and design . space conditioning. G. Moore. New Delhi. Majumdar.UNIT III DAYLIGHTING AND ELECTRICAL LIGHTING 9 Materials. 2001 2. components and details – Insulation – Optical materials – Radiant Barriers – Glazing materials – Glazing Spectral Response – Day lighting – Sources and concepts –Building Design Strategies – Case Studies – Daylight apertures – Light Shelves – Codal requirements – Day lighting design – Electric Lighting – Light Distribution – Electric Lighting control for day lighted buildings – Switching controls – Coefficient of utilization – Electric Task Lighting – Electric Light Zones – Power Adjustment Factors.
Scheduling and Control. 1988. UNIT V COST ESTIMATION 9 Costs Associated with Constructed Facilities . Frederick E.Factors Affecting Job-Site Productivity . Chris Hendrickson and Tung Au. Engineers. Gould.Effects of Project Risks on Organization . 2000. manpower requirement – Factors influencing supply and demand of human resources – Role of HR manager – Personnel Principles. Vary E. Joyce. design.Organization of Project Participants -Traditional Designer-Constructor Sequence Professional Construction Management .Approaches to Cost Estimation .Strategic Planning . Wentworth Institute of Technology. CN7006 CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT LT P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the various aspects of manpower management such as man power planning. Architects and Builders. REFERENCES: 1.Managerial Staffing – Recruitment – Selection strategies – Placement and Training.Labour Productivity . Project Management. UNIT IV LABOUR. 2000.Effects of Scale on Construction Cost . 2.Turnkey Operation Leadership and Motivation for the Project Team.Materials Management . K.Inventory Control . MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT UTILIZATION 9 Historical Perspective . Construction Project Management: Planning. welfare and development methods in construction. human relations. UNIT III DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROCESS 9 Design and Construction as an Integrated System . Chitkara. UNIT II ORGANISATION 9 Requirement of Organisation – Organisation structure – Organisation Hierarchical charts – Staffing Plan . 4. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know the modern trends in project management viz. resource unitlisation and cost estimation. UNIT I MANPOWER PLANNING 9 Manpower Planning process . 3. 5.Innovation and Technological Feasibility Innovation and Economic Feasibility .Design Methodology . 1994. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. New Delhi. organization.Construction Processes Queues and Resource Bottlenecks.Development and Operation of human resources . Organising.Labour Relations in Construction . Construction Equipment . Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Staffing.Construction Site Environment.McGraw-Hill Inc. New Delhi.Historical Cost Data . construction.Tradeoffs of Costs in Materials Management. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.Material Procurement and Delivery .Type of Construction Cost Estimates . George J.Problems in Collective Bargaining .Cost Indices Applications of Cost Indices to Estimating .Ritz . Choudhury S . directing.Owner-Builder Operation . Pittsburgh.Choice of Equipment and Standard Production Rates . Prentice Hall.UNIT II ORGANIZING FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT 9 Project Management – modern trends .Unit Cost Method of Estimation .K.Functional Design . Construction Project Management.Estimate Based on Engineer's List of Quantities Estimation of Operating Costs. and controlling – Estimation. Project Management for Construction – Fundamental Concepts for Owners. 16 .Methods for Allocation of Joint Costs . 1998. Total Construction Project Management .
Inc. 1987. REFERENCES: 1.C. Human Relations and Organisational Behaviour. 1989. 1997.2005. Employee benefits.S.. 2.B.UNIT III HUMAN RELATIONS AND ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 9 Basic individual psychology – Approaches to job design and job redesign – Self managing work teams – Intergroup – Conflict in organizations – Leadership-Engineer as Manager – al aspects of decision making – Significance of human relation and organizational – Individual in organization – Motivation – Personality and creativity – Group dynamics. McGraw-Hill International Edition. Carleton Counter II and Jill Justice Coutler. Macmillian India Ltd. UNIT II QUALITY SYSTEMS 9 Introduction . TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will know various processes in manpower planning. 5.. CN7007 QUALITY CONTROL AND ASSURANCE IN CONSTRUCTION LT PC 30 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the concepts of quality assurance and control techniques in construction. 4. Employee appraisal and assessment – Employee services – Safety and Health Management – Special Human resource problems – Productivity in human resources – Innovative approach to designing and managing organization – Managing New Technologies – Total Quality Management – Concept of quality of work life – Levels of change in the organizational Development – Requirements of organizational Development – System design and methods for automation and management of operations – Developing policies. Himalaya Publishing Co.. Familaro. Charles D Pringle. practices and establishing process pattern – Competency upgradation and their assessment – New methods of training and development – Performance Management.Pension – Laws related to welfare measures. Personnel Management. 3. Justin Gooderi Longenecter.Quality system standard – ISO 9000 family of standards – Requirements – Preparing Quality System Documents – Quality related training – Implementing a Quality system – Third party Certification. design of special elements. and ductile detailing. To study the of design philosophy. Dwivedi R. Josy. Handbook of Human Resources Administration. organizational and welfare measures. Prentice-Hall. Management. The Complete Standard Handbook of Construction Personnel Management. UNIT V MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT METHODS 9 Wages and Salary. Team working – Communication and negotiation skills.J. flat slabs and yield line based design. CE Merril Publishing Co. 17 . 1981. UNIT IV WELFARE MEASURES 9 Compensation – Safety and health – GPF – EPF – Group Insurance – Housing . UNIT I QUALITY MANAGEMENT 9 Introduction – Definitions and objectives – Factors influencing construction quality – Responsibilities and authority – Quality plan – Quality Management Guidelines – Quality circles. Memoria..
6.M.A/F. Kwaku. 1997 3. Inc. environmental safety. F. Break Even Analysis. major failure aspects and failure mode analysis.G. Guevara.M. Quality Planning and Analysis.Consumers satisfaction.A. UNIT V QULAITY IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES 9 Selection of new materials – Influence of drawings.Statistical tolerance – Taguchi’s concept of quality – Codes and Standards – Documents – Contract and construction programming – Inspection procedures Processes and products – Total QA / QC programme and cost implication. Single Payment Compound Amount Factor (P/F. 18 . Annual Worth Analysis. Ergonomics . 4.continuous interest . Objectives and methods in Construction industry . specification.UNIT III QUALITY PLANNING 9 Quality Policy. Factors influencing construction quality – Critical..F/P) – Uniform series of Payments (F/A.Spon. reliability coefficient and reliability prediction. UNIT IV QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL 9 Objectives – Regularity agent. social and environmental factors – Natural causes and speed of construction – Life cycle costing – Value engineering and value analysis. management. Hutchins. James. management of funds. 1985. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know the quality control aspects in planning. and Gryna. 2001 5. Geometric Gradient (C). Reston Publishing Co. design. methods – Techniques and needs of QA/QC – Different aspects of quality – Appraisals. Ashford. Viva Books Pvt. 1998. – Stability methods and tools. Fundamentals of Construction Management and Organisation. Tena. Ltd. J.. Jose. and management of accounting. Steven McCabe. evaluating alternative investments. J. systems.Present Worth Analysis. assurance and improvement techniques. detailing. 2.N.O’ Brian. Addison Wesley Longman Ltd. John L.. owner. optimum design – Reliability testing. CN7008 ECONOMICS AND FINANCE MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION LT P C 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the concepts of Construction Economic and Finance such as comparing alternatives proposals.. Quality Improvement Techniques in Construction. UNIT II COMPARING ALTERNATIVES PROPOSALS 9 Comparing alternatives. McGraw Hill. Rate of Return Analysis (ROR) and Incremental Rate of Return (IROR)Analysis. Future Worth Analysis. 1994. Van Nostrand.Time of Completion .equation time zero (ETZ). Audit Guidelines and Successful Certification.F/P. ISO 9000 : A Comprehensive Guide to Registration. Constant increment to periodic payments – Arithmetic Gradient(G). Construction Inspection Handbook – Total Quality Management. REFERENCES: 1. UNIT I BASIC PRINCIPLES 9 Time Value of Money – Cash Flow diagram – Nominal and effective interest. Benefit/Cost Analysis. The Management of Quality in Construction. 1989. E & F. contract and construction oriented objectives.A/P)– Problem time zero (PTZ). standardization – Bid preparation – Construction activity. Juran Frank. M.
New York. material and equipment. Identification. Cost of Labour. New Delhi. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know the concepts in economics and finance in constructions. Patel..UNIT III EVALUATING ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS 9 Real Estate .Long-term and short -term finance. New Delhi. Depreciation – Tax before and after depreciation – Value Added Tax (VAT) – Inflation. 3nd Edn. Labour.4th Edn. Ltd. Galgotia Publications Pvt. Financial accounting principles. Labour schedule. Ltd. Labour. Steiner.K.funds flow statement – cash flow statement. UNIT V FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 9 Management accounting.M. Money. L. and Tarquin. Time.International financial managementforeign currency management. 4. 3. labour management. Critical path measuring the changes and their effects – Cash flow and cost control. sources. Working Capital Management.2nd Edn. B M (2000) Project management. Evaluation and Control. optimum use Labour. REFERENCES: 1. Mc-Graw Hill Book Co. 2. managing time on the project. To study the effect of resource planning.J (1988) Engineering Economy. Procurement. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. 5. measurement of actual resources required. Material. UNIT IV FUNDS MANAGEMENT 9 Project Finance – Sources of finance . Personnel. Delivery and Distribution. Tools for measurement of resources. CN7009 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL IN CONSTRUCTION LT PC 3 00 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the management and control of various resources involved in construction.U. Time. Characteristics of resources. Financial statements – accounting ratios . Equipment: Planning and selecting by optimistic choice with respect to cost. Mc-Graw Hill Book.Investment Property. H. forecasting the future.strategic Financial Planning. Transportation. Collier C and GlaGola C (1998) Engineering Economics & Cost Analysis. Equipment. 19 . UNIT I RESOURCE PLANNING 9 Resource Planning.a. Addison Wesley Education Publishers. (2000)Construction Planning and Management. Classes of Labour. Types of resources. Management and planning. Source and handling. UNIT III MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT 9 Material: Time of purchase. Utilization. Shrivastava. and resource allocation and resource leveling in construction. Equipment Replace Analysis. Planning for material.T. quantity of material. UNIT IV TIME MANAGEMENT 9 Personnel time. time management. UNIT II LABOUR MANAGEMENT 9 Systems approach. Mortgage Financing .. time schedule and cost control. Inventory valuation. manpower. 2nd Edn. (1996) Engineering Economic principles.basic concepts. Blank.
. Quantitative Methods in Construction Management. Adrain... allocation and resource leveling in construction. 3. Andrew. Hand Book of Engineering Management. UNIT I CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENTS 9 Accidents and their Causes – Human Factors in Construction Safety – Costs of Construction Injuries – Occupational and Safety Hazard Assessment – Legal Implications. Cumulative cost – Value Management.A. Granda Publishing Ltd.. 1980.. management.A.. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know various constructions safety concepts. UNIT V OWNERS’ AND DESIGNERS’ OUTLOOK 9 Owner’s responsibility for safely – Owner preparedness – Role of designer in ensuring safety – Safety clause in design document. Szilagg. Harvey. Oxley Rand Poslcit. Company Activities and Safety – Safety Personnel – Sub contractual Obligation – Project Coordination and Safety Procedures – Workers Compensation. REFERENCES: 1. resource list. Project Management using Micro Computers. Industry. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know resource planning. 1973. Computer application – Resource leveling. and design for safety. 9 UNIT IV DESIGNING FOR SAFETY 9 Safety Culture – Safe Workers – Safety and First Line Supervisors – Safety and Middle Managers – Top Management Practices. Levine. 20 . 1982.UNIT V RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND LEVELLING 9 Time-cost trade off. safety programmes. 2. A. Obsorne -McGraw Hill C. To study the of construction accidents. UNIT III CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS Safety in Construction Contracts – Substance Abuse – Safety Record Keeping. resource allocation. CN7010 PROJECT SAFETY MANAGEMENT L T PC 3 0 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study and understand the various safety concepts and requirements applied to construction projects.. contractual obligations. James. UNIT II SAFETY PROGRAMMES 9 Problem Areas in Construction Safety – Elements of an Effective Safety Programme – Job-Site Safety Assessment – Safety Meetings – Safety Incentives. Resource loading. 1980.Publishing Co. Granda Publishing Ltd. 4. Inc.. 1988. Management Techniques applied to the Construction Industry. American Elsevier Publishing Co. Inc.D.
Simon and Schuster. Control – Designing Structured Programs. 1996. Knowledge and Human Dimension – Software life cycle models – Verification and Validation. Davis. 3. 1987. 1974. UNIT II SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT 9 Modern Information System – System Development Life Cycle – Structured Methodologies – Designing Computer Based Methods. 1996.. Haupt. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall Inc. Construction Safety and Health Management. 2001. Card and Glass. Personnel – Levels. Joyce J Elam. Concepts and Knowledge Representation – Managing International Information System. 6. Management Information System: Conceptual Foundations. UNIT IV IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTROL 9 Control – Testing Security – Coding Techniques – Defection of Error – Validating – Cost Benefit Analysis – Assessing the value and risk of Information System. Michael W. and ES – Comparison. Jimmie Hinze and Theo C. 5. Richard J. UNIT III INFORMATION SYSTEMS 9 Integrated Construction Management Information System – Project Management Information System – Functional Areas.. 2001. Service. 1990.Organisation and Technology. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 Information Systems – Establishing the Framework – Business Models – Information System Architecture – Evolution of Information Systems. Procedures.REFERENCES: 1. Software quality assurance – Systems Methodology – Objectives – Time and Logic. 2. Department of Inspectorate of factories. Construction Safety. 1997. DSS. Evans and John J Marciniah. Decision Support for Managers. Health Management. 1996. Prentice Hall. Production. Prentice Hall Inc. Tamilnadu Factory Act. implementation and control. Tamil Nadu. Management Information Systems . Marketing. Case series for Management Information Systems . Jimmy W. system development and information systems.. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS OUTCOME: On completion of this course the students will be able to know the various applications of information systems in management. Kenneth C Laudon and Jane Price Laudon. Gordon B. Hinze. John Wiley and Sons. CN7011 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS LT PC 30 0 3 OBJECTIVES: To study the concepts of information systems and their applications. UNIT V SYSTEM AUDIT 9 Software Engineering qualities – Design. and system audit. McGraw Hill. Structure and Development. Ralph H Sprague and Huge J Watson. Coble. 4. EIS. Prentice Hall. REFERENCES: 1. Custom Publishing. Software Metrics. Measuring Software Design Quality . Finance. Software Quality assurance and Management. 3. Production. Software specification. 21 . 2. Prentice Hall Inc.
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