Introduction : To meet the needs of fast changes in the present days construction industry, it is essential to develop the skills and techniques to match the requirements in this ever growing industry. In view of the above, the curriculum on "Public Health Engineering Technician" course has been designed and developed for a two-years course at the plus two stage of Higher Education. Among all building services to be provided in a building, be it a residential or a public building, water supply and sanitary arrangements are the most essential services and well trained members with necessary skill sets are in great demand to attend the minor to major jobs in the buildings. This course provides the student, the techniques and the knowledge of plumbing systems in the building in addition to latest technology developed in Rural Water Supply and sanitation, Solar heaters, in hot water supply and wind energy in pumping water. This course imparts knowledge in all other subjects related to civil engineering field. Applications of computer software is also incorporated in drafting, estimating and documentation of civil works dealing in detail especially in water supply and sanitary works. The skills and techniques acquired during this course develop the required competency in performing job effectively whether one is placed in a waged employment or a self employment.


II. Objectives
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To provide skills in handling the jobs in plumbing systems To train the students in various techniques in the building services with more emphasis on water supply and sanitary services to develop competencies in assisting supervision, engineers and contractors and prepare them for self/wage employment. train the students in various techniques in civil engineering field.

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III. Skills to be provided

Knowledge of plumbing tools, plumbing materials, fittings of water supply and sanitary items Knowledge of preparing layouts for hot water supply Knowledge of Installation of hot water supply appliances Knowledge of Rural Water Supply and sanitation Knowledge of Solar Heaters, their installation and preparation of layout of plumbing system. Knowledge of wind mills in pumping water Preparation of building drawings works

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5 Estimate the building works including water supply and sanitary

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Aquire the skill in surveying of the field Apply the knowlege of computers in preparation of drawings, estimates, table, reports etc. using computer software Estimation of different types of civil engineering works



IV. Job Opportunities : a) Wage Employment : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Plumber, Painter, Carpenter, Superviser for Civil Engineering Works. Draughtsman Civil Quantity surveyor of water supply and sanitary fittings and other related Civil Engineering works Store keeper in construction industries for inventory control of plumbing materials. Work Inspector in construction sites (Water supply and sanitary works and all other Civil Engineering related works) Contractor in water supply and sanitary works or in civil engineering works As a licensed technician in plumbing works/Draughtsman/ in civil engineering works. Dealer of a store in supplying the water supply and sanitary fittings to the market. Dealer of a store in supplying civil engineering materials to the market.

b) Self Employment : 1. 2. 3. 4.


I 5 5 10 Paper .A Theory Practicals Total Periods Marks Periods Marks Periods Marks 185 75 185 75 185 75 185 75 1.II 160 Paper .A Theory Practicals Total 1.B 3.C. Vocational Subjects Paper .F.B 3. G. English 6 6 2.C. English 2. SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION & EXAMINATION I & II YEAR Part .V.C 4.I 160 Paper . G.III 160 Part . 6 6 Part . Part . On the Job Training Total 850 50 50 50 300 160 160 160 210 690 50 50 50 50 200 320 320 320 210 1540 100 100 100 50 500 Scheme of Instruction per week for Vocational Courses Part .III 5 5 10 4 .F.II 5 5 10 Paper . Vocational subjects Paper .

II Surveying Theory 160 3.VI. III Engineering Drawing 160 On the Job Training 210 II Year Theory 1. I Civil Engineering Laboratory-1 160 5.No. II Civil Engineering Drawing 160 6. III Computer Lab 160 On the Job Training 210 Marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 5 . III Estimating and Costing 160 Practicals 4. I Environmental Engineering 160 2. III Engineering Mechanics 160 Practicals 4. Paper Subject Periods I Year Theory 1. II Surveying Practice 160 6. I Civil Engineering Laboratory-2 160 5. SYLLABUS Sl. II Building Materials & Construction 160 3. I Water Supply Engineering 160 2.

4.of Periods 5 10 10 20 30 30 Appurtenances in the distribution system 10 6 . 5. Periods per Week : 5.No.PAPER I FIRST YEAR (Max. 9. 6.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING THEORY . 2. 3. Major Topics Introduction Water Demand Sources of Water Supply Quality of Water Treatment of Water Distribution System Water Supply Plumbing systems in Buildings and Houses Rain water Harvesting Hydraulics Total 10 5 5 160 No. Marks : 50. 1. Periods per Year : 160) Sl. 7. 8. 10.

Water Demands 2. Hydrological concepts 7 . Industrial Demand 2. 1. Incremental increase method.2.Detailed Syllabus : 1. Fire demand 2. 2. Seasonal variations 2.3. Design Period Total requirement of water for a town or a city Population forecasting methods and problems 2.2.2. 1. Demand for Public uses 2. Institutional and Commercial water demand 2. Sources of water supply 3. Introduction 1. etc. Losses and wastes 2.3. Arithmetical increase method 2.4. Daily variations 2. Importance and Necessity for planned water supplies Wholesome water Status of protected water supply in India Planning and Execution of Modern water supply schemes 2.4.4. Various types of water Demands 3. 1. Per capita demand Factors affecting per capita demand Variations in demand 2.1. Geometrical increase method 2. Domestic Demand 2. Hourly variations

5.1. Sub surface sources 3.2. Hardness of water 4. definitions and general introduction 4.2. Quality of water Evapo Transpiration Infiltration galleries 3. Infiltration wells 3.1. 4.3.2. Evaporation. Infiltration. Natural ponds and lakes 3. Definition 3. Wells (a) shallow wells (b) Deep wells Run off. Springs 3. Chloride content 4.2. General Introduction Characteristics of Water Impounding reservoirs 3.2.6. Turbidity 4. Chemical Characteristics 4. Precipitation.4.1.1. Colour and Temperature 4. Nitrogen content 8 4.2. Streams and rivers 3.3.2. Intakes for collecting surface water.3.2.2. Physical Characteristics 4.2. Taste and Odour Total Solids and suspended solids 4. Surface sources Metals and other Chemical substances .2. PH value of water

Plain Sedimentation 5. 6. Rapid sand filters 5.6.4. Treatment of Water 5. Water Borne Diseases Drinking water standards 5. Grid iron system 6.4. Sedimentation aided with Coagulation Dead end system 6. Defluoridation .1. Disinfection 5. General Introduction Requirements of a good distribution system Layouts of Distribution Networks 6.2. Chlorination.1.4.6. Break-point Chlorination and Dechlorination post.5. Filtration 5.2. Bacterial and Microscopical characteristics General Introduction Treatment unit flow diagram Screening Sedimentation 5.3.5. Methods of Disinfection Gases 4. Theory of filtration 5.5.3.Bio-chemical Oxygen Demand 4. 5.by Nalgonda technique 6.4.3. 5. Pressure filters 5. Ring system 9 . Slow sand filters construction and operation 4.0. pre. Distribution System 6.2. 5.0.2.

5. Systems of Distribution 6. Requirement of pipe materials 6.2.5. 7.Causes and Prevention Trouble Shooting 6.2. Selection of pump horse power Water meter Gravitational system 6.3.6. Understand the various appurtenances in a distribution system Use of 7.6.4. Check valves or reflux valves Laying and Testing 6. Types of pumps and their suitability 6.6. Different types of pipes 6. Pumps Radial system 6.1.1. Appurtenances in the distribution system 7. Operation and maintenance 6.0. Sluice valves 7.1.Components 6.3. Drain valves or Blow off valves 7. Centrifugal pumps .3. Pumping sysytem Pipe Corrosion . Fire Hydrants 10 . Air valves 7. Maintenance 6.5.2. Combined system 6.5. Scour valve 7.

Overhead Storage.4. GI and HDPE tanks Distribution of water 9.2.2. 8.7. Rain water Harvesting structures into the ground 9. Filtration of rain water 9. Rain water directed to Service wells Rain water harvesting by percolation pit method 11 . Collection of rain water 9. 8.1.3. Piping system using underground .3. Water supply plumbing systems in buildings and Houses 8. 8. Estimating Storage Capacity 8.5.7. Types of tanks.6. Rainwater Harvesting 9. RCC.1.2. Plumbing System in Water Supplies The House Water Connection Stop Cocks Water taps and Bib cocks Pipe fittings Storage of water in buildings Piping system using over head tanks 8.1. Underground Storage tanks 8.1.0. Pumped systems 9.0.overhead tank supply 8.5.2. 8. Piping system using direct supply 8. 9.1. Seperation of first rain flush 9. Water piping systems in building 8. General requirements of domestic water storage 8. Storage of rain water 9.

3. 10.4.0 Hydraulics 10. 10. Intensity of pressure Pressure head Bernoulli's theorem (statement only) Losses in pipe flow with simple problems Water hammer Journals : All leading Journals on Water Supply Engineering 12 . 10.5.

2.of Periods 15 40 35 20 30 20 160 13 .II FIRST YEAR (COMMON TO P.T. Max.Marks : 50) TIME SCHEDULE : Sl.No.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN SURVEYING THEORY THEORY .H. 3. 1.PAPER .) (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160.T & C. 6. 5. 4.E. Major Topics Introduction Chain Surveying Compass Surveying Plane Table Surveying Levelling Theodolite Surveying Total No.

pegs plumb bob .Representation of Bearing . Bearing .Average Ordinate. Compass traversing in field.equipments used and their function . Errors in chaining .check line-fixing of survey stations .Conventional signs. Introduction : Concept of surveying .ranging rods. Local attraction . final location survey. Spot Levels and Contours. preliminary location survey.description. 2.ranging setting out right angles . Purpose and Principle of compass survey .types of survey stations Different operations in chain surveying .classification of surveying. tapes . Plane and geodetic surveying.tie line . Simpson.magnetic meridian .corrections due to incorrect length of chain or tape. Measurement of Volume from cross sections.cross staff . Trapezoidal methods.Detailed Syllabus : 1.purpose of surveying . Principles used in chain Triangulation.chains. classification based on instruments.Arbitrary meridian.conventional signs Obstacles in chain surveying. arrows. Recording field notes .WCB .base line . Calculation of Areas . Conversin of whole circle bearing to quadrantal bearing. Chain Surveying — Purpose and principle of chain survey .linear and angular measurements . Compass Surveying — — — — — 14 .field book . engineering surveys Reconnaissance. use and working of prismatic compass. Types of survey lines .chaining .chaining on sloped ground. Concept of true meridian .Quadrantal Bearing.detecting and correcting bearings — — — — — — — 3.

— — — — — — — — — — — Calculation of included angles in compass traverse. Types of Levelling staves . cross sectioning. Plane Table Surveying 5. accessories used in plane table surveying . Principles of Theodolite Surveying .corrections Classification of levelling . vertical angles Determination of heights and distances.natural and instrumental. Principle and purpose of plane table surveying. check levelling. Traversing. Methods of plane table . Rise and fall method.their uses.definition of terms. Theodolite Surveying — — — Note : Latest developments on this subject should be noted from time to time. level surface.temporary adjustments Measurement of Horizantal angles.component parts .differential levelling.component parts. Levelling 6. 15 . Temporary adjustments of dumpy level Field work .field book . fly levelling. datum bench marks. Errors due to curvature and refraction . reciprocal levelling. Intersection. types of bench marks Types of levelling instruments . technical terms .Radiation. profile levelling. Purpose of Levelling .dumpy level .reduction of levels by height of collimation method. 4. Errors in compass surveying .description.relationship between fundamental lines of instrument.

Marks : 50) TIME SCHEDULE : Sl. Systems of Measurements Forces and Moments Centroid and Moment of Inertia Simple Stresses and Strains Shear force and bending moments Graphic Statics Total No.III FIRST YEAR (COMMON TO P.of Periods 8 28 32 35 42 15 160 Weightage 4 12 14 18 20 68 16 . Topics 1.No.PAPER .E. 4. 2.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN ENGINEERING MECHANICS THEORY .T. 6. 3.T & C. 5. Max.H.) (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160.

3. plasticity. mass. parallelogram law. Forces and Moments 2.0. Systems of Measurements and Units 1. and M.S.Mild steel. triangle. 3. semi-circle. Simple stresses and strains 4. 2. triangle.I. ultimate stress. elastic limit. polygon law of forces Distinguish between scalar and vector quantities. 3. parallel and non-parallel forces. stiffness.2. co-planar and non-co-planar forces.elasticity. compressive and shear Mechanical properties of materials . Stress and strain . malleability. ductility.5. Resultant.1.2.0. semi circle. volume. area. yield point.4. 4. 2. brittleness.tensile.K. Radius of gyration Position of centroid of Rectangle. working stress.2.1.3. S.0. circle. 3. Determine position of centroids of simple built up sections made of rectangle. Triangle law of forces.1. of solid and hollow circular sections 4.Detailed Syllabus : 1. 1. 1. System Base/Fundamental and Derived units Units of Physical quantities used in Civil Engineering like length.Centroid. Moment.3. circle. breaking stress. First moment of area. 4. 17 . 3. hardness. of simple and built-up sections by applying perpendicular axes theorem Radius of gyration.4.I. factor of safety. Determine M.I. fatigue Stress-strain curves for ductile materials .0. 2.2. Equilibrant and Moment of a couple Resultant of forces at a point.1. Centroid and Moment of Inertia 3.3. Definition of Force.3. force etc. polar M. Definition . moment of inertia. like and unlike forces Conditions of Equilibrium of rigid bodies 2.

Young's modulus of elasticity. Graphic Statics 6.0.4. 4.effect of axial loads and due to change of temperature 5. (proof not required) Composite sections .M.4. Calculation of S.Bulk modulus. 4. simply supported beams.position and significance of points of contraflexure 5.4.0. Hooke's Law . Relation between rate of loading.3. simply supported. . Graphical Method of determination of centre of gravity for I. S.F. and B. and B.5.M.T Sections 6. Types of beams .cantilevers.1. bows notation 6.F. Parallelogram law of forces. and B.F.effect of axial loads and due to change of temperature Longitudinal and lateral strain . diagrams . deformation under axial load Composite sections . 4.poisson's ratio .6.3.M. resultant and equilibriants 6.L. relationship between elastic constants. over hanging beams under point loads and uniformly distributed loads .Location of points of contraflexure 6. values at different sections for cantilevers.drawing S. Drawign SFD and BMD by graphical method for SSB and cantilever beams Note : Latest developments on this subject should be noted down time to time 18 . over hanging fixed and continuous beams 5.1.2. Shear Force and Bending Moments 5.7.2. Represent force graphically.

Max. 18.Marks : 50) Sl. Major Topics No.No. 19.PAPER . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16.I FIRST YEAR (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160. 17. 20.1 PRACTICAL .PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CIVIL ENGINEERING LABORATORY .of Periods 5 5 20 10 10 5 4 8 8 5 10 9 5 8 4 10 8 8 8 10 160 Samples Solutions Titrations Instrumental determinations Solids Microbiology Study of pipe specials Layout of typical pipe system in a building Assembling Preparation of line sketch of pipe system Pipe connections to pumps Tracing leakages of water supply and their repairing Operation of pumps Installation of Geysors Pipe connections to handpump in a borewell Carpentry Fitters Smithy Foundry Tests on Metals Total * Field Visits as per the Syllabus (according to Vocational Pattern) 19 .

0.2. Coupling. Cross. Titrations 4. Theoretical demonstration of microbial tests.0. Assembling of a length with one turn and two turns 10. Solids Instrumental determination 4. total dissolved solids. Determination of Alum dosage for given sample of water Collection of samples.3.D. composite sample.0. grab sample.0.0. Union. Assembling of a length of line with two joints 9. Determination of hardness of water surface and ground water 4. Determination of C. Tee. Centrifugal pump 11. sample preservation 2. Determination of Residual chlorine of water 4.N. threading with die set 9. Pipe specials (study) 7. plug. plate count) 7.4.Detailed Syllabus 1. Solution 2. Assembling 9. Pipe cutting.1. Single storeyed building 10. Jet pumps 20 .1.2. Preparation of line sketch of a pipe system 10. Preparation of normal solutions and standardisation (like M. Pipe connections to pumps 11.O.2.P. Samples 1.3. reducer. ripple bend 8.0. Layout of typical pipe system in a building 9.1.. settleable solids. conductivity. Determination of PH. Microbiology 6. Multi storeyed building 11. dissolved oxygen using instruments 5.2. suspendend solids in water 5. of waste water 6. ECoil. Elbow.1. Determination of total.

0. Use and setting of different hand tools 18. Double Shear test on mild steel rod 20. Tests on Metals 20.12.3.Mortise. Tenon. Fitters 17. Operation of centrifugal pump 13. Dovetail etc. Marking. Making simple joints .3. Operation of Jet pump Preparation of jobs involving bending. Demonstration of Machine Moulding and casting 20. filing. Demonstration of Arc and Gas welding. Use and setting of different tools 17.4.1. use of power hammers 18.1. Surface planing and finishing 16.1. Removal of air lock 13.0. Smithy 18. swaging. Tension test on mild steel 20. soldering 19.0. chiseling. Pipe connections to handpump in a borewell 16.2. Preparing moulds and casting simple objects 19. Use of hand tools 19. Installation of Geysors 15. Rockwell and Brinell hardness tests on steel/brass 20. Foundry 19. Tracing leakages in water supply connections and their repairing drilling 18. hacksawing. Operation of pumps 13. Carpentry : 16. brazing.0. Demonstration of wood working machine 17. Izod and charpy impact tests on steel/brass Journals : All leading Civil Engineering Journals with respect to individual subjects 21 . 16.1.2. cutting. Use and setting of different tools

E. Max.T & C.No.Marks : 50) TIME SCHEDULE : Sl. 6.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN SURVEYING PRACTICE PRACTICAL .H.PAPER-II FIRST YEAR (COMMON TO P.T.of Periods 30 20 20 40 20 30 160 22 . 2.) (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160. 4. Major Topics Chain Surveying Compass suveying Plane table surveying Levelling Theodolite surveying Plotting Total No. 1. 3. 5.

3.2.Detailed Syllabus : 1. To prepare a layout of the given area covering buildings. 1.6. taking offsets and recording in the field book. 2.1. Familiarity with instruments used in chain surveying Practicing unfolding and folding of chain Ranging and chaining of lines with offsets to objects and recording in field book Chaining a line involving indirect ranging.1. roads etc 2. Familiarity with Instruments used in compass surveying prismatic compass Setting up the compass . Traversing with prismatic compass and chain . traverse and recording 3. 1.3.4. Compass Surveying 2. 1. 3. 3. Plane Table Surveying 3. 2.4.observation of bearings Traversing with prismatic compass and chain . 3.0. Measure of land area / chain triangulation and cross staff methods Chain triangulation around a building covering a small area with other details. Introduction to plane table equipments and accessories Setting of the plane table and plotting a few objects (points) by radiation method Plotting buildings and other features of the campus by Intersection method Traversing an area by plane table 23 . 2.5.calculation of included angles and check.2.closed traverse covering the given area recording Traversing with prismatic compass and chain . 1. 2. Chain Surveying 1.0. 1.

4.3. 6. Conventional signs in surveying Plotting of a perpendicular and oblique offsets Plotting of land survey . 6. 4.I.Reduction by H. levelling staff Temporary adjustments of dumpy level Taking out levels of various points and booking in a level field book Differential or fly levelling . 5.6. Plotting 6. Study of dumpy level.3. 5.4. Levelling 4.1.2. 5. Study of Theodolite Measure of Horizontal angle between given lines Measurement of vertical angle Determining distance between two inaccessible points by measuring horizontal angle Determining height of object by measuring vertical angle 6.1.5. Calculating the area for the given land and marking plots by using plane table 4.5. 6. 5. 6. 4.location of details Note : Latest deveopments on this subject should be noted from time to time 24 . and Rise and fall methods 5. method and rise and fall method Differential levelling involving invert levels .2. 6.reduced levels by H.4.5. of details Plotting of open traverse by compass surveys .chain and cross staff surveying calculation of areas Plotting of chain triangulation of small areas around building Plotting of closed traverse by compass surveying . Theodolite Surveying 5.

T & C.) (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160. 2. 6.E. Major Topics Introduction Lettering and Dimensioning Geometrical Constructions Orthographic Projections Isometric Projections Sections of Solids Development of Surfaces Total No.III FIRST YEAR (COMMON TO P.Marks : 50) Sl.H. 1.T. 3.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN ENGINEERING DRAWING PRACTICAL . 7.No. 5.of Periods 6 10 24 45 35 20 20 160 25 .PAPER . Max. 4.

3. 2.Detailed Syllabus : 1.3 2. reduced & enlarged Construction of Plain. Sheet sizes : A0. (iii) Construction of Hyperbola when given the position of point from X-axis and Y-axis. A2.perpendiculars . eccentricity (i) Construction of Ellipse by Concentric circles method. Layout of drawing sheet.Regular polygons . 3. 2. Dimensioning .1. 2. 3.bisection.2. 1. Vernier Scales. 2. 1.3.rules and systems of dimensioning .4. 26 . Conic sections .1. Diagonal.1.0. A1. trisection Tangent lines touching circles internally and externally Polygons . Bisecting a line .circumscribed and inscribed in circles.2. Scope and objective of the subject Importance of engineering drawing as a communication medium Drawing instruments and their uses Scales : Recommended scales.5. 1.0. Scale of Chords and Proportional Scales. (ii) Construction of parabola by rectangular method. 3. 3. sizes of title block and its contents Simple exericises on the use of drawing instruments. Types of Lettering Guide Lines for lettering Recommended sizes of letters and numbers Single stroke letters. 1. 1. directrix.2. A5.6. A4.Definitions of focus.0 Geometric Construction 3. A3.dimensioning a given drawing 3.4.4.division of a line Angles .parallel lines .5.5. 1. Introduction 1.7. Lettering and Dimensioning 2.

Isometric Projection 5.0. Need for preparing development of surface Concept of true length . 5.Four quadrants .2. 7.5.Reference line. prisms.4.5.3. 5.Principal methods of development Development of simple solids like cubes. 4.Isometric view Drawing of isometric views of plane figures Drawing of isometric views of prisms and pyramids Drawing of isometric view of cylinders and cones 6. Definition . Sections of Solids 6. cylinders.4. 27 . Development of Surfaces 7. planes . Definition .3.Third angle projection Projections of points Projections of straight lines Projections of planes Projections of solids Conversion of pictorial views into orthographic views 5.0.Planes of Projection .sections true shape of a section Sections of prisms and pyramids Sections of cones and cylinders.4.1. 4.7.6.Isometric axes.3.1. cones. 7. First angle projection . Note : Latest developments and modern techniques on this subject should be followed from time to time.0 Orthographic Projection 4.3.1. Need for drawing sectional views . 4. 5. 5. 4.2. 6. 7.2. 4. pyramids. lines and planes Isometric Scale . 4.

No. Max. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Major Topics Introduction Quantity of sewage Sewerage systems Sewer Appurtenances Sewage Characteristics Sewage Treatment and Disposal Solid waste Management Drainage and sanitation in buildings Rural Water supply and Sanitation Air pollution and Ecology Total 10 20 160 15 30 30 No.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINNERING THEORY .of Periods 05 10 15 15 10 28 .Marks : 50) Sl.I SECOND YEAR (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160.PAPER .

Introduction 1.0. circular and noncircular. laying and construction Use of monograms as per IS 1742 to determine the unknown value of gradient. preparation of bedding. 2.0.1. dry weather flow. cement concrete and A. shapes.1. 3. Street inlets 4. 2.stoneware. handling. Syllabus : 1.4. Brief description. diameter.Sullage. checking the gradient. 1. cast Iron.1. location.2.4. discharge and velocity 3.2. merits and demerits Brief description and choice of types of sewers . Manholes 4. testing and back filling variability flow Determination of storm water flow Surface drainage . 3. pipes Laying of Sewers .3.3. excavation.C. laying and jointing. 2. Objects of providing sewerage works Definition of terms .1. sewer and sewerage Classification of sewage Systems of sewage disposal Types of sewerage systems and their suitability separate. Flushing tanks 29 .2.0. function and construction of 4. 1. Sewer Appurtenances 4. combined and partially seperate systems 2. 1. 1. lowering. Sewage.setting out alignment of a sewer.1.5. Quantity of Sewage 2. Sewerage systems 3. Quantity of discharge in sewers. Catch basins 4.1.1.requirements. Different shapes of cross section for sewers. Drop Manholes 4.5.

6. and strength of waste water. Screens.7. Sewage Characteristics 5. 2.6. 6.composting preparation 30 . 3. physical. 5. Oxidation ditches. sanitary land fill. chemical and biological Analysis of Sewage . Aerated lagoons and Anaerobic lagoons.2. Trickling filters. Hazardous solid wastes.0. Industrial.D.1. 2.location and component parts of pumping station 5. 2. Solid Waste Management 7. neutralization and proportioning 5.4.1.O. B. Sewage treatment and disposal 6.4. 5. 4. Strength of sewage. Skimming tanks and 3.1.5. incineration .2.1.principles of treatment. Inverted siphon 4.transportation . 6. Solids. equalization. 7.0.3. disposal on to lands.D.O. characteristics of sewage.dumping.Brief description and functions of plain sedimentation Secondary treatment .2. groundwater recharge.0.3. 3. Preliminary treatment . Activated sludge process.disposal methods . Chlorides (No details of tests) Characteristics of industrial waste water . study of solid waste treatment systems Sources .Brief description and functions of the following units 1. Municipal. 6. 4.value. Oxidation pond. reduction of volume. 1. PH.significance of the following tests. Regulators 4.collection methods . their characteristics. 5. Grit chambers Primary treatment . Necessity of pumping sewage . reuse etc 6.Brief description of 1. C.dilution. Septic tank Sewage disposal .1. sampling of sewage.

3.2.1. 3. Air pollution and Ecology 10. antisiphonage inspection.installation of control devices and equipment .2.zoning . inspection chambers. brief description and operational details of bio-gas plant using cow dung.effects of air pollution Control of air pollution .0. 9. 10.traps. drainage arrangements for a single and multi storeyed buildings as per IS code of practice Sanitary fittings . testing and maintenance of sanitary fittings 8.Atmosphere .air pollution control at source . Disinfection of wells Rural Sanitation and sanitary latrines. 2. Drainage and sanitation in Buildings 8. flushing cisterns.Components of Ecosystem flow of matter in an ecosystem . 10.4.brief description of internal separators. Rural water supply and sanitation 9. night soil and agricultural waste Definition .1.0. 9.5.General layout of Sanitary fittings to a house. electrostatic precipitator Air pollution control by stacks and vegetation Environment .flow of energy in an ecosystem Ecological balance and stability of Eco system. gravity settling chamber. 10. cyclones.0. All leading Journals on Environmental Engineering All leading Journals on Air Pollution All leading Journals on Solid Waste Management 31 . water closets.2.Ozone layer depletion Ecology and Ecosystem . 10.sources of air pollution .8. urinals. 10. Greenhouse effect .Acid rains.methods . fabric filters.Biosphere . Aims of building drainage and its requirements . Journals : 1.1.

Marks : 50) Sl. 11. 8. 6. 13. 4.No. Max. 9. 7.PAPER .PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION THEORY. 14. 5. 2. Major Topics Stones Bricks Cement Sand Mortar Concrete Timber Types of buildings Foundations Masonry Floors Roofs Damp Proof & Fire Proof Construction Total 8 160 No.of Periods 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 19 05 10 10 Miscellaneous Building materials 30 32 . 3. 12.II SECOND YEAR (Periods Per Week : 5 Periods Per Year : 160. 1. 10.

3 Requirements of good building stones marble 1. Bricks 2. Selection of Stones and marble 1.2. Artificial Stones 1.4.5. Compressive strength of bricks 2.importance of lime in construction .2. Stones 1.2. Classification of bricks 2. Classification of rocks 1. Sand Stone.5.6. 3. Special types of bricks and their uses 2. Definition . Different types of cements 3.6.uses 3. Lime as basic ingredient of cement .4. Properties of bricks 2.Detailed Syllabus : 1.2.grading of aggregates 2.Granite. 43 and 53) 3. Grade of bricks as per B.Functions of cement. Grades of cement (33. Uses of Stones 1. lime Stone and . Admixtures .3.classification of lime . 33 Definition . Characteristics of stones .Composition of good brick earth .3.7.Physical Classification 1.1 Geological Classification 1.4.1. Cement 3. General Uses of Cement 3.6.Fat. Introduction of aggregate .Chemical Classification 1. ingredients 3. Hydraulic and poor lime .S.Composition of ordinary portland cement .Manufacturing process usage of lime as cem.

1. Thermocole 34 . Definition .steel .4.Hand mixing.6. Miscellaneous building Materials 8. Concrete 6. Common Varieties of Timber 7.3.1.Copper and Alloys. Wood based products 7. Asbestos . Characteristics of good timber 8.1.2. Sand 4.2. Machine mixing and Ready mix concrete 6.2. Preparation of cement mortar 6. Adhesives .Types of metals used in construction .5.3.Seasoning of timber 7.Galvanised iron . Bulking of sand 5.Properties and uses of mortar 5.1. Curing of concrete . Definition .1.Uses of different types of metals 8.1.Mild steel . Plastics 8.Uses of asbestos 8. Sources of sand 4.3.cast iron .3. Uses of Concrete . Timber 7. Defects in timber . 8. Types of mortar . Lime mortar 5. Grading of sand 4. Preparation of cement concrete .Aluminium . Characteristics of good sand Compaction of concrete .Types of Concrete 6.3.4. Glass 8.Constituents of concrete and their requirements 6.Uses of Adhesives 8.2.Cement. Mortar 5.4. Metals 8.Methods 6.Methods 7.

8. 14. Classification of building as per NBC 9. Definition . Stone Masonry . Types of roofs .1. Foundations 10.Definition . Mosaic. Bearing capacity of soil 10. Masonry 11.2. Roofs 13.2.3. Linoleum 8.types of masonry .13.Pitched and flat roofs.Shallow and deep 10. Classification of Soil 10.11.6. and Terrazzo floors 13.7. Types of foundations . 14. Bitumen and tar 8. P. Floors 12. Types of Buildings 9. Different methods of construction used for fire proofing of buildings. Causes of failures of foundations and remedial measures 11. Damp Proof and Fire Proof Construction : 14.1. Different methods of construction used for damp proofing of foundations.8.English and flemish bonds 12.Definition .Method of construction.1. cement concrete.Functions of Foundation 10. Plaster of Paris 8.tools required . Requirements of good foundation 10.2. Wall paper 8.1. Component parts of building 10. Types of floor .rubble and ashlar 11.Material required for stone masonry . super structure and roofs. Plasti crete 8.Types of brick masonry . 8.4.V.12. Brick masonry .10. Fal-G Concrete 9. Note : Latest developments and modern techniques on this subject should be noted from time to time 35 .2.

2.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN ESTIMATING AND COSTING THEORY . 1. Marks : 50. 4.of Periods 10 35 35 40 40 160 36 . Periods per Week : 5. Periods per Year : 160) Sl.PAPER lll SECOND YEAR (Max. Major Topics Introduction Methods of Building Estimates Analysis of Rates Estimation of Open drains and roads Estimation of Public Health Engineering works Total No.No. 5. 3.

Detailed Estimate .Purpose Types of estimates 1.2.0.formats for detailed and abstract estimates 1.cubic rate estimate 1.0. 3. Methods of Building Estimates 2. Analysis of Rates 3.1. 3.1. Cost of material at source and at site Standard Schedule of Rates (SSR) of different materials Types of Labour .short wall method a) Single room building b) Single room with varandah c) Two rooms building d) Two rooms building with Varandah e) Single bedroom house including with RCC staircase f) Double bedroom house including with RCC staircase g) Compound wall and steps 3.4. 3. 1.0.Wages as per SSR Lead and lift . 3.1. Definition .2.Abstract estimate . Preparation of detailed estimates of building using centre line method/long wall .Detailed Syllabus : 1.plinth area estimate .1.Definitions . Preliminary estimate or Approximate estimate . Units of measurement of various Items of work as per IS Code 1200 2.preparation of lead statement Preparation of unit rates for finished items of works using standard data & SSR Methods of claculating quantities of ingredients of various proportions of cement concrete 37 .2.3. 3.5. Introduction 1.

1.3. Estimation of public health engineering works 5. Estimation of open drain in rural area Estimation of earthwork by trapeziodal Rule Estimation of earthwork by prismoidal method Estimation of roads (abstract estimates) of a) Gravel road b) Water bound Maccadam c) Cement Concrete Road 5. 4. 4.4.0. Preparation of detailed estimates of a) Septic tank b) RCC overhead tank c) Estimation of quantity of sanitary pipes and pipe specials and fittings for a building from the plan of the building Note: Latest developments on this subject should be followed from time to time 38 .2. Estimation of Open Drains and Roads 4.

16. section Observation of solid waste schemes. 2. 4. 6. 15. 17. 13.of Periods 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 10 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 5 10 21.PAPER I SECOND YEAR (Max. 9. sanitary land fills. composting plants. 1. 5. 18.No. 3. 10. by local visit Study of Pollution Control Equipments and about Air Pollution 20 20 39 . 12. 14. 8. 11. Construction of Brick Bonds Construction of Stone Masonry Water absorption test for bricks Fineness modulus of aggregates . Marks : 50. Periods per Week : 5.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CIVIL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2 PRACTICAL .Sieve Analysis Bulking of sand Standard Proctor compaction test Initial setting of cement Slump Test Consistency of Cement Layout of stone ware pipes from water closet to septic tank Collecting of waste water samples Preparation of conversion tables Study of plumbing tools Layout of Cold Water Distribution Layout of Hot Water Supply in a residential building Layout of sanitation system in a building Preparation of Electrical diagrams for a building Layout of Fire fighting arrangements Rainwater harvesting plan. 19. Periods per Year : 160) Sl. 7. 20. Major Topics No.

Preparing a layout of sanitation system in a building using the following systems a) fully vented one pipe system b) fully vented two pipe system c) single stack system d) partially ventilated single stack system 40 . 5. 7. their insulation by following systems a) direct system b) indirect system Using electric water heater. pressure) Study of plumbing materials and tools with sketches. 10. 6. 16. 14. 2. 3. 11. 13. Preparing a layout showing the coldwater distribution for a highrate building indicating the components Preparing a layout for hotwater supply in a residentail building indicating the appliances. gas heater and solar water heater. Construction of Brick Bonds Construction of Stone Masonry Water absorption test for bricks Fineness modulus of aggregates .Sieve Analysis Bulking of sand Standard Proctor compaction test Initial setting of cement Slump Test Consistency of Cement Layout of stone ware pipes from water closet to septic tank using pipe specials Collecting of waste water samples . 8. volume. 4. discharge. area.grab and composite Preparation of conversion tables between different units (Length.Detailed Syllabus: 1. 12. 9. 15.

composting plants. 21. Prepare electrical distribution diagram for the following a) Schematic diagram main switch board b) layout drawing of main switch board panel c) Electrical Connections for centrifugal pump 18. Study of Pollution Control Equipments and about Air Pollution 20.17. by local visit. 41 . Journals : All leading Civil Engineering Journals should be followed with respect to concerned subjects. sanitary land fills. Preparing a typical layout showing the fire fighting arrangements Preparation of plans and sections of rain water harvesting structures by percolation pit method and connecting to service wells Observation of solid waste schemes. 19.

Building Drawing Detailed drawings of water supply and drainage connections to building 15 4. dispersion trench Layout sketch of water purification plant Layout sketch of sewage treatment plant Tracing and preparation of ammonia prints Total 20 160 5 5 15 10 5 25 60 No.of Periods 42 . 7. single wall 2. Marks : 50. 8. 3. footings.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING PRACTICAL . Periods per Year : 160) Sl. 6. Layout of various water supply and sanitary fittings in bath and W.PAPER . Overhead tank Septic tank.No. Periods per Week : 5.II SECOND YEAR (Max. Major Topics Conventional Signs Doors. manhole.C 5. 9. 1. windows.

3. 1.2. 1. elevation and section of Single room house Two rooms house Sigle bedroom house Double bedroom house Two storeyed building 3. 2.1. 2. Conventional signs Conventional signs used in civil engineering Doors Panelled door Glass door Windows Panelled window Glazed window Footings Square footing Rectangular footing Plan and section of single wall 2. Building Drawing 2. etc. 4. 1. Detailed drawings of water supply and drainage connections to building 3.2. Showing the position of various fittings like manhole. 1.1.5. 1. gully trap. Syllabus Layout of various water supply and sanitary connections in 1.4.1. 2. Preparation of plan. 1.1. 1.4. 2. 4. 1.3.2. Bathroom Water closet 43 . 2. 1. 1.

2.2. Detailed drawing of overhead tank with complete pipe system Septictank Manhole Dispersion trench 7. 9. Pipe connections to 6. 9. 6. 9. Tracing and preparation of ammonia prints 9.0. Layout sketch of sewage treatment plant 9.4. Buildings Water supply and sanitary units Layouts of water supply and sanitary units Air Pollution and Solid Waste Management Units Note : Latest developments and modern techniques on this subject should be followed from time to time 44 .1.3.1. 6. Overhead tank 5.0. Layout sketch of water purification plant 8.5.

5. Major Topics Introduction to Computer Concpets Data representation MS-Windows MS-Office Computer Networks Internet Auto CAD Total 10 20 10 30 15 15 60 160 No. 4.No. 7.III SECOND YEAR (Max.PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN COMPUTER LAB PRACTICAL .PAPER . 3. 1. Periods per Year : 160) Sl. Periods per Week : 5.of Periods 45 . 6. Marks : 50. 2.

Data Representation Number system. My Briefcase. Practice on elements of Windows-98 like My Computer. Recycle Bin. Advantages and disadvantages of Computers.Detailed Syllabus : 1.3. storage media. Dos . Network Neighbourhood. 3.2.Right Dragging Method.3.Booting. input and output devices.1. .4. 2. 4. conversions. 3. MS-Office Introduction to MS-Office and applications 4. Documents Menu. Printing from Windows 3. Characteristics of Computers. Classification of Computers. directories. Practice on Starting a Program (Application) like Start Menu. wild cards. 46 Prepare a document report using MS-Word properly formatted with tables for test reports of sieve analysis Using MS-Excel prepare a graph for experiment conducting in Civil Engineering Laboratory. files. memories. software concepts .using Standard Tool bar .using Keyboard . operating systems . 3.History and evoluation.5.2. types of languages. Prepare a comparitive statement for purchase of materials and equipment using MS-Word/MS-Excel software. Creating and Editing Text files . basic computer architecture.1.Drag and Drop feature . 4. My Documents. various commands in Dos.types of software. etc.Deleting and Restoring files and folders. 3. Find and Help Menu. Internet Explorer. Copying and Moving objects .Computer Generations. MS-Windows 3. Programs Menu. Introduction History of Computers . 4.

R. flat roof from the given line diagram and specifications 47 . 7. Draw the important building components like section of load bearing wall. data sheet of abstract estimate for C.1. 7. foundtion to parapet.S Masonry in foundation of buildings using MS-Word/MSExcel/MS-Access. 5. 7. 7. web browsers. network topologies..C. Computer Networks Local area network. Prepare a lead statement.S. Practice on Auto CAD with necessary commands.5.2. www. Internet Definition of Internet.3.4. Network. Metropolitan area networks. Preparation of building drawings prepare plan. Draw the important joinery components of the building like elevation of fully panelled double leaf door. Intranet. Using Auto CAD software draw & print the following drawings 7.Draw sectional Views of given objects using Auto CAD commands 7.5.6. 7. Draw the Orthographic views of regular solids using Auto CAD commands. URL.4. wide area network.5.C.5. Section of Solids .4.5. Draw conventional signs a per I. Intranet and extranet. elevation of partly glazed and partly panelled window. 4.5.5. 7. Hypertext.5.3. Working with MS-Access create a database on any selected topic 4. Working with MS-Power point create a presentation on any selected topic. 7. Introduction to Auto CAD as drafting package. Prepare plan and section of rain water harvesting pits. client and servers.2.1. 6. Host and terminals. section and elevation of 2 bed roomed residential building with R. 7.4. Auto CAD 7.

7.5.6. Prepare layout of electrical, water supply and sanitary lines in a residential building on number of layers. 7.5.7. Preparation of approval drawing to be submitted to corporation or municipality showing required details in one sheet such as Site Plan Plan, section & Elevation Key plan Septic tank, plan & section Rainwater harvesting pit Typical foundation details Title block

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VII. Additional Equipment for revised course 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Chemicals and glassware Jar test apparatus Chlorine comparator kit i.e. chloroscope PH meter Conductivity meter D.O. meter Muffle furnace 10 x 10 x 20 cm - upto 9000C Desicator Reflux assembly Computer with peripherals Software — MS Office [MS Excel, MS Word, Access, Power Point] — Auto CAD release 2002 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Pipe specials G.I. pipe 1/2" diameter — 5 lengths Die set, Pipe wrench, Bench vice, spanner set etc Centrifugal pump — 0.5 H.P. Jet pump — 0.5 H.P. Borewell hand pump Theodolite Plane Table Carpentry tools Fitter tools Smithy tools Foundry tools Drawing table with drawing boards. T.Square/Mini drafter Drawing instruments set.

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Set Square set, Compass set Plumb bob cross staff Tapes Spirit level Bar bending bench Bar bending tools (complete set with different diameters) Survey chain (30 meters) Dumpy level with stand Cross staff Theodolite with stand Plane table with stand Helmets Gum boots 1mt x 1 mt x 0.01 nt (Mixing tray) Weighing balance Trowels Cement Concrete cube moulds Slump cone apparatus. Compressive testing Machine (100 tonnes capacity) Set of sieves 80 mm, 40 mm, 20mm 10mm, 4.75 mm, 2.36 mm 1.18 mm 0.6 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.15 mm Sieve Shaker for coarse aggregate. (30 cm Dia) Vicat apparatus I.S. Testsieve - sieve No. 90 Microns Weighing Balance (wt. 50 gm - to 5 kgs) Fractional weight Box Table Vibrator Needle vibrator

62. 60. 56.3000 Model) Brinell Microscope with light arrangement Impact testing machine (Izod. 57. 58. 61. Electric Oven Universal testing machine Shear tool assembly Rockwell hardness Testing Machine Brinell Hardness Testing Machine (TKB . 64. 59. Drawing Models Drawing Model with sections.55. 63. Charpy) Procter Mould with Metal Rammer 51 .

plumbing. 6. 5. multi-storey buildings. 4. etc. multi-storey buildings. carpentry. 2. 52 . etc. may be arranged. bar-bending. Local visits to sewage treatment plants. IMPORTANT SUGGESTIONS 1. The On the Job Training program may be arranged in specific areas like masonry work. etc. factory buildings and water supply treatment plants. 3. Educational tour and visits to Engineering works may be arranged. Local visits to the buildings under construction such as residential buildings. For all Practical subjects Field visits should be there as per the syllabus (according to Vocational Pattern) Scientific Calculators are allowed for this course students in the public examinations.VIII. study of water supply and sanitary fittings. painting. shall be arranged for practicals wherever necessary.

Railways. (Highways. (NAC) Nationald Academy of Construction b. Gachibowli) All works related to civil Engineering field 53 8. Water Ways) Technical training institutes (like Polytechnics. . 8. 7. On the Job Training : Sites : 1. Transportation Departments etc. Testing labs. related to Transportation Engineering. 5. 3. 4. 10. (Highways. Sanitation . 2. MES. Pollution related activities etc.. 5. 7. Private builders and contractors.Municipal Corporation / Municipalities / Gram Panchayats All activities/works. 2. Local Water Supply (protected) authority Sewage Board or local bodies managing sewage pollution Control Board.. 9. MCH. airways. 6. Survey of India and survey camps Environment Pollution Training Research Institute (EPTRI. Panchayat Raj Department Municipalities Metro Water Works and Sewerage Board Municipal Corporation Public Health Department Effluent treatment plants/industries Roads and Buildings Department Irrigation Department etc.. 4. survey of India. 10. Water ways) All activities / works related to Solid Waste Management Government Departments like R & B. 9. 6. Railways. Huda. etc. Collaboration Institutions for Curriculum transaction 1. Air ways. Concrete ready Mix plants. Building Materials Manufacturing Units like Tiles/ Bricks industries / precast units / cement industries.IX. 3. a. Technical Teachers training institutes.

.I. / B. Project work Seminar on the Project Viva .. B.Evaluation : 1.Tech (Civil). 2. B.A. 2.A. A..M. 4.A. B. 3..B. / B. B.S. Graduation in arts like B. 2..Tech.M.W. B. .. b) NCVT/ITI passed or any equivalent XI.B.E.Tech through EAMCET Diploma in Civil Engineering A.(Structural) or AMIE (Civil) or Equivalent DCE/LCE with three years of teaching experience Qualification of Lab Assistants a) Vocational passouts of WS & SE/Public Health Engineering Technician / S&E / R & B Course / C.Sc.C. I. 3. C. Vertical Mobility Passouts of this course may continue education in the following courses On Completion of Bridge Course : 1.C.A. B. (Mathematics) etc.Com.E. LL. etc.voce X.Com (Computers). Without Bridge Course 54 Reference Books : XII. B. B.E.B.B.T. Qualification of Lecturers 1.Sc.

W.K.C. Escrit Water Supply & Sanitary Engineering — G. Willianson Water supply & Sewarage — E.1.B.Birdie Water Supply & Sanitary Engineering — Rangwala Waste Water treatment & Disposal — Medcaff & Graw Water Supply Engineering — Santosh Kumar Garg Sewage Disposal and Air Pollution Engineering — S. Environmental Engineering Volume I&II . Public Health Engineering Practice 2. Vazirani Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering — Duggal 3.Hardenbergh & E. Kulkarni Building & Components — A. Building Materials Building Materials — Rangala Construction Materials — G.H.A.Bindra 55 . J.G.R.Mann & D. Fair. Arora & S. Garg Plumbing Designes & Practice — S.Steel Water Supply & Waste Water Disposal — W. Mir Publication A text book of building construction — S.S.Geyar & Oken Environmental Lab Manual — Shivaji Rao Solid Waste Management — Shivaji Rao Environmental Engineering — Balijeet Kapoor Environmental Engineering — Ramachandraiah Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering — V.N. Komar.L.P.P.P.J.M.Rodie Water Supply & Waste Water Disposal — G.Deolalikar Water Treatment & Sanitation — Simple Methods for Rural areas .

Engineering Mechanics : Engineering Mechanics — R. Desh Pande A text book of Building Construction — Rangawala A text book of Building Construction — Sushil Kumar 4. Kurmi Engineering Mechanics — N.S.K. Gupta Engineering drawing — Srinivasulu 56 .Engineering Materials — Punmia A text book of Building Construction — R. Surveying : Survey I and II — B. Engineering Drawing : Engineering drawing — N. Kanetkar Surveying and levelling — S. Kamala & AVRT Sharna Engineering Mechanics — K. Srinivasulu Engineering Mechanics — A. Bhatt Engineering drawing — B.C.P.D. Hussain and Nagaraj Surveying and levelling — A. Plane & Geodedic Surveying — David Clark Surveying — Norman Thomas Surveying — Higgins 5.S. Venkateswar Rao Engineering Mechanics Statics — Dayarathnam Engineering Mechanics — Punmia 6. Kamala.R. Punmia Surveying and levelling — T. Narsimham Engineering Mechanics — Ramamrutham Engineering Mechanics — Prasad Engineering Mechanics — G.L.

Engineering drawing — Gurucharan Singh Engineering drawing — Gopala Krishna 7. Computers : Computer Science — E. 57 . Vermon Principles of Building Drawing — M.P. Kamala Quantity Surveying ( Estimating & Costing) — P.Kale Design of Houses (Low.Peurifoy Estimating & Costing — Subramanyam 8. Excel Books. New Delhi. Fundaamentals of Information Technology. Office — Ron Mansfield. Kamala Civil Engineering Drawing 'A' Series — V. Civil Engineering Drawing : Civil Engineering Drawing I and II — A. Bhasin Estimating & Costing — R.M. New Delhi. Fundamentals of Information Technology. Estimating and Costing : Estimating and Costing — B.S.K. BPB Publications Deepak Bharihoke.S. Shah & C.L. Balaguru Swamy & B.V. Murthy Civil Engineering Drawing — B.G. Vikas Publishing House Private Limited.L. 2000 Leon & Leon. BPB Publisher Inside Auto CAD — Raiter Auto CAD — David Frey. middle and upper income group) — A Sahu Cement Service Publication National Building Code 9. Sushila M.N Dutta Estimating and Costing — Birdie Quantity surveying — A. 2001.

Introduction to computers with MS-Office 2000.Curtain. Roorkee.L. New Delhi. 2002 Sanjay Saxena. New Delhi. 2003. New Delhi. Information Technology. SOME IMPORTANT INDIAN STANDARD CODE OF PRACTICE BOOKS ON CIVIL ENGINEERING : SP35 (S & T) 1987.1993. 1965) by M.1983 National Building Code of India (Part IX .Kunal & Morin and Cthleen. the Breaking Wave. Tata Mc.Sen. A First course in computers. Leon & Leon. Hand book on Water Supply and Drainage with special emphasis on Plumbing by Bureau of Indain Standards IS 2065 : 1983 code of practice for water supply in buildings by BIS IS 12183 (Part-I) : 1987 code of Practice for plumbing in Multi storeyed buildings by BIS IS 7558 : 1974 Code of practice for Domestic Hot Water Installations by BIS SP7 . Drainage and Sanitation (4th Revision) by BIS 58 . Tata MC Graw Hills Publishing House. Foley. Gupta and B. Graw Hill Publishing Company. 1999. Vikas Publishing House. Kim. Dennis P. U.P. Code of Basic Requirements for water supply.Plumbing Services) by BIS Solar Water Heater (Central Building Research Institute.C Srivastava IS : 1172 .

VOCATIONALCURRICULUM-2005 (with effect from the AcademicYear 2005-2006) CurriculumofIntermediateVocationalCoursein Public Health Engineering Technician STATE INSTITUTE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION & BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION A.P. 59 . Hyderabad. Nampally.

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systematic and rigorously implemented vocational education will create a distinct stream to prepare students for identified occupations encompassing several areas of activity. Inspired by this vision of the National Policy. The revised curriculum for Vocational Courses at Intermediate Level will come into effect from the Academic Year 2005-06 for 1st Year and from the Academic Year 2006-07 for 2nd Year students. Vocationalisation through re-orientation of educational strategies focused on creating a talent pool of skilled youth who are trained in courses relevant to the market and emerging needs of the various sections of the economy. the Government of Andhra Pradesh introduced Vocational Education at +2 level with an aim to diversify a sizeable segment of students at the senior secondary stage to the world of work. The primary aim of vocational courses was to cut across several occupational fields and prepare students with employable skills in organized sectors and self employment. the Board of Intermediate Education has reviewed the curriculum of Vocational Courses inorder to re-orient them based on their viability and practicability. BIE 61 . productive courses leading to gainful employment. The requirement of skilled manpower industry is being fulfilled by charting a student's career with right options based on aptitude and talent. In view of the changing needs of the students and growing demand for a spectrum of skill competencies in the economy. placed high priority on the programme of vocationalisation of education. A right alternative to medical and engineering courses is envisaged in vocationalisation of education in the State. SHASHANK GOEL Secretary. I am confident that the revised curriculum will attract more and more students into vocational stream and help them train in need-based.FOREWORD The National Policy on Education (1986) while proposing educational reorganization. The State Government aimed at reducing the pressures on higher education through empowering youth by harnessing their capabilities. It emphasized that well planned.

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7. Vertical Mobility 12. Introduction Objectives of the course Skills to be Provided Job Opportunities a) Wage Employment b) Self Employment 1 2 2 3 5. 10. Equivalence of Papers 15. Teaching Staff and their Qualifications 11. Scheme of Instructions and Examination Syllabus List of Equipment Important Suggestions a) Collaborating Institutions for curriculum transaction b) On The Job Training Sites 4 5 49 52 53 53 54 54 55 59 70 71 8. Reference Books 13. List of Participants 63 . 2. 3. 4. Model Question Papers 14.CONTENTS 1. 9. 6.

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