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CURRICULUM FOR DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (THIRD SEMESTER) Scheme: Jul.08
Implemented from session: 2008-09 Under semester system
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CENTRE, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (MAHATMA JYOTI PHULE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, KHANDWA)
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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 301
NAME OF COURSE: SURVEYING
SCHEME: Jul.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6171
Lectures: 3 Hrs. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. per week
To initiate any Civil Engineering Project in Building Construction System, Irrigation Engineering System and Environmental Engineering System, the knowledge and skill of Surveying is a basic requirement for a Civil Engineer. With this knowledge and skill he will be able to choose appropriate survey and leveling methods, instruments and carry out survey work to prepare required maps. The plans /maps will be further used for designing, estimating and execution of Civil Engineering Works. One should acquire knowledge and develop the skills in surveying.
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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 301
NAME OF COURSE: SURVEYING
SCHEME: Jul.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6171
Lectures: 3 Hrs. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. per week
SCHEME OF STUDIES
Theory Hrs 05 08 10 10 06 Volume 06 45 Practical Hrs -18 18 36 18 --90 Total Hrs 05 26 28 46 24 06 135
S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6
Topics Types Of Survey Chain & Cross Staff Survey Compass Survey Levelling Contouring Area And Measurements Total
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line Ranger. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 301 NAME OF COURSE: SURVEYING SCHEME: Jul. Bench mark and its types . Numerical problems on calculation of bearings. optical Square. Bearing –fore bearing. base line. Vertical line. Bearing of lines – Meridian –True. Study and use of Instruments for linear measurements – chain. Prismatic Compass – Component. Causes. Level line. calculation of included angles. construction and use. Chain Triangulation – Survey Station and their Selections. open traverse. object. per week COURSE CONTENTS Hours of study 05 S no Course contents TYPES OF SURVEY: Definition. Objects of Surveying. Uses of survey. arrows. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. meaning of various terms used in leveling – Level surface. Principles of Surveying. Reduced level. COMPASS SURVEY: Principle of Compass Survey. Traversing – traversing by chain and compass. factors affecting selection of survey station. Tape. and Arbitrary. Primary – Plain. Angles and local attraction. precautions to be taken to avoid and correction of bearings affected due to local attraction. Secondary – Based on Instruments. long and short offset. Taking offsets. Obstacles in chaining.Dumpy 1 2 08 3 10 4 10 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. method. horizontal line. closed traverse. Graphical adjustment for closing error. Check lines. Conversion of bearings. Chain & cross staff Survey for finding area of a field (Numerical problems) Errors in chain Surveying & applying Corrections for chain & Tape (Numerical problems). Classification of Surveying. Back bearing. finding included angles from bearings. Nature of field.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Survey lines. check on open and closed traverse.Conventional signs related to survey. Whole circle bearing. Ranging –Direct and Indirect Ranging Chaining – Plain and sloping grounds. degree of offset. Quadrennial bearing system and Reduced bearing. Ranging Rod. Datum surface .pdffactory. Tie lines. pegs. Magnetic. cross Staff.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6171 Lectures: 3 Hrs. CHAIN & CROSS STAFF SURVEY: Principle of Chain Survey. LEVELLING: Definitions. Geodetic.com . Local attraction.
Change point.Concept of computation of Volume by Trapezoidal and Prismoidal formulae. Horizontal equivalent. Characteristics of contours . Interpretation of Typical Contour Sheets. profile.level –Components. cross sectional. Arithmetical checks. Line of sight. Numerical problems.Foresight. Computation of missing readings. Establishing grade contours. Calculation of reservoir capacity by contour map by trapezoidal and prismoidal formula. Interpolation of contours.com . Method of Reduction of levels – Height of instrument method and Rise and fall method. Classifications of leveling simple. Study and use of Digital Planimete . Temporary adjustments of dumpy level. Construction. AREA AND VOLUME MEASUREMENTS : Construction and use of polar planimeter for measurement of area and simple numerical problems. Study and use of tilting level & Auto level. Uses of Contour Maps. back sight.Method of locating contours. Line of Collimation. CONTOURING : Definitions – Contour. contour interval.Fundamental axes and their relationship Recording in level book. leveling Staff – Telescopic and folding type .(No numerical problems) TOTAL 5 06 6 06 45 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. precautions and difficulties faced in leveling. Height of collimation . Intermediate sight. Bubble tube axis. fly and check leveling. differential.pdffactory. Sources and errors in leveling.
Use of Dumpy level. by simple digital planimeter. Identifying stations affected by local attraction and calculation of corrected F. Measuring area enclosed by closed contours on contour map prepared earlier. Measuring fore bearing and back bearing for an open traverse (5 to 6 sided). Differential leveling practice. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 301 NAME OF COURSE: SURVEYING SCHEME: Jul. Measuring Fore bearing and Back bearing of 5-6 side closed polygon. Use of auto level and taking observation. reduction of level by rise & fall method. Carrying Bench mark from one point to another point about 200 m by fly leveling with tilting level.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. reduction of level by H.B.pdffactory. & B.B. TOTAL Hours of study 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 9 6 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 54 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Use of prismatic compass and observing fore bearing and back bearing.I. Measurement of Area of irregular figure by polar planimeter.com . Recording readings in field book. Calculate direct angles between successive lines. per week LIST OF EXPERIMENTS S no Course content Measurement of distances with chain & tape on ground with direct or indirect ranging. method. temporary adjustments and taking reading on levelling staff. Differential leveling practice. Construction and use of optical square and open cross staff for setting out perpendicular and running a survey line for locating details. Measurement of Area by Chain and cross staff survey.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6171 Lectures: 3 Hrs.
One full day per project is required for carrying out project work. L. Block Contouring – A block of 100 x 150m with spot levels at 10x10m plotting the contours on A-1 size imperial drawing sheet with a contour interval 0f 1m. Plotting plan. Profile levelling survey – Running a longitudinal section for a length of 500 m for a road/canal /railway alignment. 2. Group size for Survey Practical work should be maximum 8 Students. Each student from a group should handle the instrument independently to understand the function of different Components and use of the instrument. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 301 NAME OF COURSE: SURVEYING SCHEME: Jul. per week LIST OF SURVEYING PROJECTS S No Course contents Chain & Compass Traverse Survey – A simple closed traverse of 5-6 sides enclosing a building. 4. Calculation of included angles. Lab work shall consist of record of all practical and projects in field book and drawing of project work on full imperial size drawing sheets.section and cross section on A1 size imperial drawing sheet.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6171 Lectures: 3 Hrs.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. plotting should be considered as part of practical. TOTAL Hours of study 1 12 2 12 3 12 36 Note – 1.pdffactory. Cross section shall be taken suitably. Drawing. 3.com . locating details and plotting them on A 1 size imperial drawing sheet. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. per week GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Practical: 6 Hrs.
P. Tata Mc Graw-Hill. K. I And II.com .S. New Age International Publishers.pdffactory.N.K. S. Chand And Company.Husain & M. Kanetkar & S. Laxmi Plublication.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6171 Lectures: 3 Hrs. Vol. B. I And II Plane Surveying. per week REFERENCES 1 Surveying And Levelling Surveying And Levelling. Vol.Kulkarni. Surveying And Levelling. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Dr.Basak T . Nagaraj.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Part I And II Surveying And Levelling. Text Book Of Surveying. V. C. Punmiya S. 3 4 5 6 A. 2. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 301 NAME OF COURSE: SURVEYING SCHEME: Jul. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. Duggal. N.M. S. Tata Mc Graw-Hill Pune Vidhyarthi Griha Prakashan.Chandra.
per week RATIONALE Construction Technology and Management Technician has to work as a supervisor in the field of Civil Engineering Construction works.com . BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY SCHEME: Jul.S.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6172 Lectures: 3 Hrs. specifications. Tests (wherever required) and skills in selection of the materials.pdffactory.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. The selection of materials and test should be according to I. per week Practical: 2 Hrs.He should therefore be in a position to select the proper material and use the same in the construction of a structure Hence. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. he should know the properties.
per week Practical: 2 Hrs.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6172 Lectures: 3 Hrs. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY SCHEME: Jul. Varnishes & Colours Steel And Aluminum Products Miscellaneous Total 9 10 04 10 100 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES SCHEME OF STUDIES S. Topics Suggested distribution of marks for theory paper Theory Hrs Practical Hrs Total Hrs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Introduction 02 08 06 05 04 06 03 04 03 04 45 -04 06 06 04 08 --02 -30 02 12 12 11 08 14 03 04 05 04 75 02 15 15 10 06 18 10 10 Masonry Materials Binding Materials Aggregates Mortars Concrete Timber Paints.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. No.pdffactory.com .
requirement of good building stone.classification of rocks. initial and final setting time. field test of cement. Bulking of sand. Lime . standard consistency. specific gravity & bulk density. Determination of fineness modulus of coarse aggregate by sieve analysis. cement mortar. MORTARS: Classifications. fly ash bricks. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. Properties of Murum for Road work.com . compressive strength and soundness. 43. special mortars.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6172 Lectures: 3 Hrs. Determination of fineness modulus & grading zone of sand by sieve analysis. grading of Coarse Aggregates. dressing of stones.Different ingredients used for manufacturing cement with their percentage. phenomenon of bulking. surface moisture. 1 Course content INTRODUCTION : Importance of material Technology for Civil Engineer. Determination of crushing value. proportions. artificial or cast stones. hollow blocks. different grades of OPC. strength of bricks.Types and properties of lime : Fat lime. water absorption. b) Bricks – properties of good building bricks. name of common Engineering materials used in construction. shape. conventional bricks . per week COURSE CONTENTS S. Functions of mortar. surface texture. strength. No. Cement . surface texture. water absorption. standard bricks. composition of clay brick. soundness. Types of cement and their functional uses. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY SCHEME: Jul. Hydraulic Lime. Physical properties of cement – fineness. hydration of cement. Hours of study 02 2 08 3 06 4 05 5 04 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. bulking impurities. its effect on concrete mix proportion. proportions of burnt clay bricks . bulk density . shape. method of preparation of bricks. special bricks. determination of silt content in sand & their specification as per IS 383. properties of mortar and tests for mortar. impact value & abrasion value of coarse aggregate. specific gravity. AGGREGATES: Properties of fine aggregates . MASONARY MATERIALS : a) Building stones.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. effect of storage of cement on properties of cement.pdffactory. testing of bricks. BINDING MATERIALS : Murrum. quarrying of stones. Physical properties of ordinary Portland cement (OPC). storing cement at site. flakiness index & elongation index of coarse aggregate and their specification. lime mortar. 33.Concept of size. 53 and their specification of physical properties as per relevant IS codes.Concept of size. Properties of coarse aggregates . soundness. Quick lime.
PPF. I-Section steel sheets used in manufacturing of Doors. galvanized iron. Curing of concrete.com . nuwood. Readymade ornamental material (wall papers.) TOTAL . Definition of workability. maximum w/c ratio for different grades of concrete for different exposure conditions. asphalt bitumen etc. VARNISH : Method of preparation of varnish. significance of w/c ratio. Primers. Like T. radium prints. Polishing materials etc. pipes used as materials in pipe laying for water supply purposes. Rubber. admixtures in concrete. Irrigation etc. 03 8 04 9 STEEL AND ALUMINIUM PRODUCTS : Steel used as Engineering Material in different shapes.. durability of concrete. segregation. Channel Section. bonding agents.C. Miscellaneous materials: glass. component materials used in varnish. cohesiveness. steel . Stoneware pipes. necessity of supervision for concreting operation. Glass wool.Definition of concrete. Aluminum : Used as construction materials. blocks etc.P. creep of concrete. sun mica . defects in timber. compaction factor test. water retaining structure & in sea water construction. bleeding. CPVC. different grades of concrete (as per provisions of IS 456. MISCELLANEOUS: Give the concepts about the other materials which can be used as Engineering Materials like Glass. Emulsion. Properties of fresh concrete. Water tanks. characteristics of good timber. rubber wood.pdffactory. fibers. VARNISHES & COLOURS : Different in gradients used in manufacturing/ preparation of paints. Distempers and cement paints. PAINTS. vee bee consistometer. Use of paint as protecting surface device for steel surface type of paint used and for wood surface types of paint used. COLOURS : For decorative purpose and finished purpose use of colour as water base. micro silica. Timber based material: use of timber. epoxy resins. Water cement (w/c) ratio. Waterproofing and termite proofing materials. Use of J bolts.C. Range values of workability requirement for different types of concrete works. PVC. plywood. factors affecting workability of concrete. Determination of workability of concrete by slump cone test. particle board. plastic.2000). Angle section. Testing of concrete for strength and workability.V. their different types for steel and timber. carpets. aluminum. readymade concrete cover. colour as oil base. Properties of hardened concrete 06 7 TIMBER : Difference between wood and timber. Bitumen.C. 03 10 04 45 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. artificial timber. Tar.section . minimum grade of concrete for different exposure conditions. veneer. Galvanized iron pipes. minimum grade of concrete for R.fore mica.6 CONCRETE: Introduction to concrete . Definition of w/c ratio. U hooks.
RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. bar. Effloresce Test. Flakiness Index.2 Test on Bricks (1) (2) (3) Water Absorption Test. Normal consistency of cement Setting time test initial and final. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. Testing for Steel TOTAL 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 30 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Fineness modulus of Coarse Aggregate.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6172 Lectures: 3 Hrs. Hours of study 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 . bar 5 Test for mortar 6 . Compressive strength of bricks. Name of Experiment Test on Aggregate (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Fineness Modulus of fine aggregate. 1. Test for Cement (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 2 4 Test for concrete (1) slump cone test (2) Compressive strength of cubes (7 days .28 days) (3) Rebound hammer test (4) Compaction factor test (1) bulking of sand (2) silt content (3) slaking of quick lime (1) Tensile strength of M.S.S.com . Aggregate crushing test (Demonstration) Impact Test. (2)Shear strength on M. Fineness of cement. No. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY SCHEME: Jul. Tensile strength.pdffactory. Specific gravity 3. per week LIST OF EXPERIMENTS S.
K.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.com .. 1 2.T.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6172 Lectures: 3 Hrs. Ghose Publisher PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. 3 4 5 6 7.pdffactory.T. Madras. Title Engineering Materials Engineering Materials Engineering Materials Engineering Materials Civil Engineering Materials Building Materials construction Materials Author By Rangwala By Deshpande By Ojha By Surendra Singh By T. Duggal By D. per week Practical: 2 Hrs.I.N. No. per week REFERENCES S. By S. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 302 NAME OF COURSE: MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY SCHEME: Jul.
PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6173 Lectures: 4 Hrs. This subject is intended for gaining useful knowledge with respect to facts. It provides necessary knowledge about properties. per week RATIONALE Building construction is a core subject in civil engineering. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SCHEME: Jul.com . Concepts .RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.principles and procedures related to building construction system so that student can effectively plan . uses and market rates of building materials.execute building construction work and carry out repairs and maintenance of existing building with quality in construction. The subject helps to learn building materials required for construction.pdffactory. per week Practical: 2 Hrs.
BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SCHEME: Jul.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6173 Lectures: 4 Hrs. Topics Theory Hrs Practical Hrs Total Hrs 1 2 3 4 5 6 Building Components And Materials Construction Of Sub structure Construction Of Super structure Building Finishes Building Maintenance Safety And Environmental Aspects Total 05 14 16 10 10 05 60 06 06 08 06 04 -30 11 20 24 16 14 05 90 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES SCHEME OF STUDIES S.pdffactory. per week Practical: 2 Hrs.com . No.
BHOPAL IN CIVIL ENGG. Hours of study 05 2 CONSTRUCTION OF SUB STRUCTURE : Job layout – necessity 14 and procedures. through stone. BHOPAL RAJIV GANDHIDIPLOMA PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. bonds in brick masonry. preparing job layout. open foundations. parapet. Substructure – foundation. corner stone. tools and plants used for Stone masonry. point to be observed in construction of stone masonry. material for plinth filling. Foundation . columns. layout for load bearing structure and framed structure by center line And face line method. roof. Earthwork excavation for foundation. cavity wall.com . Doors and windows: doors -components and 16 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. deep foundation and pile foundation. mortars for stone masonry. under reamed pile Foundation 3 CONSTRUCTION OF SUPER STRUCTURE : stone masonry . isolated and combined column footing. Pumping method of dewatering. types of foundation. cofferdams. Tools and plants used for excavation and earthwork. doors & windows. tools and plants used in brick masonry. plinth.pdffactory. Types of structures – load bearing structures. hearting. composite structures. site clearance. COMMON WITH PROGRAMME CTM SCHEME: Jul. No. shallow Foundation. composite masonry. CIVIL ENGG JULY 2008 . English. timbering and strutting. backing.RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. precautions in brick masonry. SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SCHEME: Dip.importance and necessity. striking and raking of joints. coursed rubble masonry. floor.purpose and construction. Brick masonry : common terms used in brick masonry. per week COURSE CONTENTS S. earthwork for embankment. Selection of foundation. lintel. Flemish. requirements of good brickwork. 1 Course contents BUILDING COMPONENTS AND MATERIALS : Building components and types of structure . Superstructure – walls. Bearing capacity of foundation soil. lead and lift. Comparison between brick and stone masonry. stepped foundation. Uncoursed rubble masonry. stretcher and header bonds only.terms used in stone masonry – facing. beams. sill. Hollow concrete block masonry.BULDING CONSTRUCTION Lectures: 4 Hrs. col-grout masonry. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. Brick laying . precautions while marking layout on ground.08 (Exam Code 839) SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 61736173 PAPER CODE: NAME OF COURSE : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAME COURSE: . raft foundation.line level and plumb of brickwork.building components & their function. Framed structures.
Precaution to be taken while plastering. battened doors. vitrified. flag stone. trenching. double coat plaster. ventilators.construction of paneled doors. special plasters stucco plaster. identification and repair of cracks. erection. safety precautions. underpinning. terms used in stair case. Scaffolding and shoring: purpose. controlled blasting demolition. Kadappa. soak pit. Neeru finishing and pop.causes and types of cracks. sliding windows. escalators etc. design of staircase for the given situation. ceramic tiles. lean to roof. R. fixtures and fastenings for doors and window. 4 BUILDING FINISHES : floors and roofs . Merits and demerits of different types of scaffolding.process of laying and construction. King post and Queen post trusses (Line Diagram). digging pits for foundation using machineries. brick 10 flooring. IS standards. Vertical communication means of vertical communication – stair case. Painting – necessity. precautions 10 6 05 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. process of erection and dismantling. louvered window. precautions during demolition.functions. fiber sheets. Re-baring techniques . elevators.necessity. Mangalore tiles etc. centering etc. Steel trusses. slab.necessity and equipment for re-baring techniques. Wall finishes: plastering – necessity of plastering. revolving doors. Chequerred tiles. Shahabad .causes and remedial measures plinth protection – necessity and materials used. partly paneled and glazed. granite. Purpose and types of shoring. surface preparation.fabricated stair. steel.pdffactory. types of scaffolding. SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS : Safety precautions to be observed during the construction viz. Roofing materials – AC sheets . Sizes of door – as per IS specification. Windows -component and construction of fully paneled. types and construction . skirting and dado. hand demolition. Settlement . glazed wooden. Defects in plaster. method of application. Guniting and grouting. Selection of doors and windows. Machine demolition. masonry works. glazed tiles. method of demolition.floor finishes. types of staircase . glazed doors. pavement blocks. Process of laying. scaffolding. characteristics of good staircase.C.C. Pointing – necessity and procedure of pointing. Aluminum doors. single coat plaster. Environmental consideration to be observed during construction of a building e. Difference between plastering and pointing. plaster board and Wall claddings. Protective treatment for doors and windows. marble. plastic sheets. use of epoxy and crack fills. laying out of drainage line and water supply line.g. lintel and weather shed . white Wash and colour wash.GI sheets. Demolition . collapsible doors. Kota. cement grills. Sill. 5 BUILDING MAINTENANCE : Cracks . flush doors. concrete floors. selecting suitable painting material. septic tank. mosaic tiles. Relation between rise and tread. finishing and polishing of floors. aluminum windows. Tremix floor.com . rolling shutters.
TOTAL 60 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.to be taken during site clearance considering environmental effect.pdffactory.com . Avoiding unnecessary cutting of bushes and tress etc.
Checking verticality (plumb line) of formwork for column. Various types of stair case. plum bob. Various types of brick bonds. sprit level.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. per week LIST OF SETCHES AND EXPERIMENTS LIST OF SKETCHES S no 1 2 3 4 5 Name of Sketch Various types of foundations. beam and wall at construction site and writing report of the process. Thread. Use of water level. TOTAL 7 8 9 10 3 3 2 2 30 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Various types of doors and windows.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6173 Lectures: 4 Hrs. Observing and writing report of the process of plastering. etc. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Name of Experiment Hours of study S no Hours of study 4 4 4 2 3 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 Preparing foundation plan and marking on ground layout of load bearing structure by face line method from the given plan of the building. sill. Lean to roof with components. slab level of a building and writing report of the process. Checking and transferring line and level of plinth. lintel. specimen of building materials kept in the model room for few building items and writing a report for any five models/materials. Observing the models. Observing and writing report of the process of water proofing of terrace or basement. Study and use of various tools used in building construction.pdffactory. gunia. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SCHEME: Jul.com . per week Practical: 2 Hrs. flooring. Preparing foundations plan and marking on ground layout of framed structure by face line method from the given plan of the building. Visit to a building where slab casting is in progress.
Rai Charotar Publication Standard Publication Laxmi Publication Tata McGraw-Hill khanna Publication 8 Building Mantri Mantri Publication Construction W.08 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week REFERENCES S.pdffactory. Rangawala Sushil Kumar. of Dhanpat S. 3 4 5 6 7. Practical Civil Handbook. P. Sharma. Punmia S. SCHEME: Dip. C. 1 2. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN IN CIVIL CIVIL ENGG. Building Construction.K. Title Author Publisher Building Construction. No. Engineering Khanna Publication 9 SOFTWARE: Super Civil CD PWD Handbooks for • 10 -Materials -Masonary -Building -Plastering and Pointing -Foundation • • • • PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Building Construction. Arora and Publication Bindra. BHOPAL RAJIVGANDHI GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. I Longman.RAJIV PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.com . Building Construction.Janardan Zha. (ELBS) to IV. S. B. A to Z Construction. ENGINEERING DIPLOMA SEMESTER: THIRD SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 303 COURSE CODE: 303 . CIVIL ENGG JULY 2008 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 COMMON WITH PROGRAMME CTM PAPER CODE: 6173 (Exam Code 839) SCHEME: Jul. Dr. C. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. Building Construction. Building Construction. Mackay Building Construction -Vol. B.
com .pdffactory. BIS/ International Codes of Practice: • National Building Code Architectural and Building • BIS 962-1973 Code of Drawing • • BIS 1256-1967 BIS 1038. Byelaws Windows and Ventilators . PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.1983 Code for Building Steel Doors.2.
per week Practical: 2 Hrs.pdffactory. Navigation are resulted in the development of Hydraulics.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. per week RATIONALE Hydraulics is a branch of engineering science deals with behavior of fluids at rest as well as in motion. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.08 BHOPAL COURSE CODE: 304 DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 NAME OF COURSE: HYDRAULICS PAPER CODE: 6174 Lectures: 4 Hrs.com . open channels. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA SEMESTER: THIRD SCHEME: Jul. Physical properties of water will play and important role in the through pipes. The measurements of flow of water in pipes are useful in water supply system and assessment of water in irrigation field. The empirical formulae developed in hydraulics have found useful application in several problems. irrigation. Man encountered the problems in the field of water supply.
com . per week SCHEME OF STUDIES Theory Hrs Practical Hrs Total Hrs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Properties Of Fluid Hydrostatic Pressure Measurement Of Liquid Pressure In Pipes Fundamentals Of Fluid Flow Flow Of Liquid Through Pipes Flow Through Open Channel Flow Measuring Devices Hydraulic Machines Total 02 08 08 08 09 09 09 07 60 -04 06 -02 02 10 06 30 02 12 14 08 11 11 19 13 90 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6174 Lectures: 4 Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 304 NAME OF COURSE: HYDRAULICS SCHEME: Jul.pdffactory.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.
Bourdon’s pressure gauge. Various forms of energies present in fluid flow-potential. pressure head. Difference in behavior of fluid with respect to solids. Stream line and equi-potential line. Total hydrostatic pressure and center of pressure. Pascal’s law. Conversion of pressure head of one liquid in to other. Determination of total pressure & center of pressure on vertical & inclined faces of dams. devices for pressure measurements in pipes – Piezometer. Introduction to fluid mechanics and hydraulics.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.pdffactory. Branches of hydraulics. Numerical Problems MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID PRESSURE IN PIPES : Concept of pressure head and its unit. U-tube manometer. No. Laminar and turbulent. Datum head. Gravity flow and pressure flow. Hydrostatic pressure at point. per week COURSE CONTENTS S. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. its assumptions and limitations. Types of flow – steady and Unsteady. Specific volume. 1 Course contents Hours of study 2 3 PROPERTIES OF FLUID : Definition of fluid. Simple Numerical Problems. 02 08 08 4 08 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Variation of pressure with depth of liquid.atmospheric gauge and absolute pressure. kinetic. sluice gates. Specific gravity. Surface tension and capillarity. Compressibility. Pressure diagram.Hydrostatics and hydrodynamics.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6174 Lectures: 4 Hrs. Measurement of pressure difference using differential manometer – Utube differential manometer and inverted U-tube differential manometer. Types of pressure. Loss of head and modified Bernoulli’s theorem. & pressure energy. Newton’s law of viscosity – Dynamic and kinematics viscosity. Principle of working and limitations. Weight density.com . Importance of Hydraulics with respect to Irrigation and Environmental engineering. Continuity equation for fluid flow. Viscosity. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 304 NAME OF COURSE: HYDRAULICS SCHEME: Jul. Ideal and Real liquids HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE : Free liquid surface. uniform and non-uniform . Various combinations of flow with practical examples. Definition of pressure and its SI unit. Reynolds number and its application. FUNDAMENTALS OF FLUID FLOW : Concept of flow. velocity head and total head. Physical properties of fluid Mass density. Intensity of pressure. sides and bottom of water tanks. Discharge and its units. Variation of pressure in horizontal and vertical direction in static liquid. Flow net and its uses. Bernoulli’s theorem.
purposes of artificial channel.artificial & natural. Most economical channel section. Francis formula. expression for velocity. Discharge measuring devices for pipes. Submersible pump and Jet pump. delivery head. Critical. Hydraulic jump its occurrence in field. common range of values of Chezy’s constants and Manning’s constant of different types of channel surfaces. ogee spillway.Definition and use. Types of orifice based on various criteria. End contraction and velocity of approach. Relationship between them. gradual contraction & expansion. uses of hydraulic jump. Computation of power required for pumps. priming. Equivalent pipe – Dupuit’s equation. coefficient of velocity and coefficient of discharge. Pipes in series and parallel. Orifice. Flow through orifice. standing wave flume. steady. Simple Numericals on head loss. sudden expansion. Darcy-Weisbach Equation Friction factor. Different shapes of artificial channels. and expression for discharge. Water hammer in pipes – cause effects and remedial measures. Velocity area method for measurement of discharge through open channels.uniform flow through prismatic channel section. expression for discharge.com . Float surface. 5 FLOW OF LIQUID THROUGH PIPES : Loss of head due to friction. Venturimeter – Component parts. sub-surface and float rod. Reciprocating pump . Coefficient of contraction. principle of working. current meter . Geometrical properties of channel section – wetted area. Siphon pipe.Venturi flume.cup type & propeller type. Flumes . Chezy’s equation and Manning’s equation for calculation of discharge through an open channel. Determination of hydraulic coefficient of orifice. Study and use of Water meter.Definition and types. Centrifugal pump component parts and their functions.Definition and types.component parts and working. Hydraulic gradient line and Energy gradient line. FLOW MEASURING DEVICES : Velocity measuring devices for open channels.loss of head due to sudden Contraction. Weirs – Broad crested weir. FLOW THROUGH OPEN CHANNEL : Types of channels. static head and manometric head. Minor loss of head in pipe flow. Simple Numerical Problems. sub-critical and supercritical flow in channel. at entrance and exit of pipes and in various pipe fittings. Simple Numerical. HYDRAULIC MACHINES : Pumps . Discharge measuring devices for channels – Notches. hydraulics radius.pdffactory. Suction head. Discharge through small sharp-edged circular orifice. Pitot tube – principle. Common range of friction factor for different types of pipe material. Turbines . conditions for most economical channel sections. relative roughness.Application of Bernoulli’s theorem. TOTAL 09 6 09 7 09 8 07 60 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Froud’s number and its significance. Selection and choice of pump. Use of Nomograms for design of water distribution system. expression for discharge. wetted Perimeter. principle of working. Prismatic channel sections. Types of notches.
08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6174 Lectures: 4 Hrs. Demonstration of Hydraulic jump. No.com . Determination of coefficient of discharge for a given Venturimeter. Study & use of water meter. Determination of Darcy’s friction factor for a given pipe. Determination of coefficient of discharge for given rectangular or triangular notch.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Use of characteristic curves/ charts / catalogs from manufactures for selection of pump for the designed discharge and head (Refer IS: 9694) TOTAL Hours of study 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 30 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Study of bourdon’s gauge. Study of a model of centrifugal and reciprocating pump. 1 Name of Experiment Measurements of pressure and pressure head by Piezometer. Verification of Bernoulli’s theorem. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. U-tube manometer. Determination of Manning’s constant or Chezy’s constant for given rectangular channel section. Demonstration and use of Pitot tube and current meter. per week LIST OF EXPERIMENTS S. Reynolds experiment to study types of flow. Determination of hydraulic coefficients for sharp edge orifice. Measurement of pressure difference by U-tube differential manometer.pdffactory. Determination of Minor losses in pipes (any two). BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 304 NAME OF COURSE: HYDRAULICS SCHEME: Jul.
3 A Text Book of Hydraulics. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. 4 S.K. 5 R. Delhi.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. S.K. Chandhigrah. New. per week REFERENCES S.Likhi. Dr. T. Standard Book House.T. Delhi. P. Hydraulics’ Laboratory Manual Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics Machines Hydraulics Hindi granth acadmi PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.com .Khurmi. 8 9 Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics. Metropolitan Book Co. Hydraulics & Fluids Mechanics. A Text Book of Fluids Mechanics Hydraulics Machines.T.M. 1 Title Author Publisher Hydraulics & Fluids Mechanics.Modi & Dr.K. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics Machines. Dr. 2. K K kesri S. No. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 304 NAME OF COURSE: HYDRAULICS SCHEME: Jul. Dhanpat Rai & Sons.Chand & Company Ltd. New Delhi. S. 6 7.N.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6174 Lectures: 4 Hrs. S.Chand & Company Ltd. R.S. New Delhi.Bansal. R.Seth.I.Ramamrutham. Jagdish Lal. Dehli.Rajput. Private Ltd.
BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING DRAWING SCHEME: Jul. Drawing helps in detailing the structures processes with quality parameters. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. Drawing makes his job simple and effective. design of structure. It is a means of communication between owner. estimating and costing. He has to interpret the drawings. roads.com . PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. he can execute the works. This helps him to transfer his ideas. bridges. engineer and contractor. Therefore he is required to understand and prepare the drawings. The knowledge of this subject is useful for building construction. This subject is a core technology subject. Civil Engineer has to convert design parameters. Civil Engineering Diploma holder has to supervise various construction processes and execute civil engineering structures such as buildings. projects. dams.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6175 Lectures: 2 Hrs. railways. so that. architect. process details into pictorial views. thoughts to his subordinates on the site. etc. Civil engineer should be competent to convert his ideas into the drawing. Drawings are essential for drafting specifications and tender documents. surveying. per week RATIONALE Drawing is basically the language of an engineer. etc.pdffactory.
08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6175 Lectures: 2 Hrs. Topics Theory Hrs Practical Hrs Total Hrs 1 2 3 4 5 Conventions Planning Of Building Building Drawing Detailed Drawing Perspective Drawing Total 04 08 08 06 04 30 08 28 30 16 08 90 12 36 38 22 12 120 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. per week Practical: 6 Hrs.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.pdffactory. No.com . BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING DRAWING SCHEME: Jul. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES SCHEME OF STUDIES S.
1 Hours of study CONVENTIONS : Conventions as per IS:962-1967 and other practices Types of Lines – Visible line.com . Centerline. DETAILED DRAWING : Drawing of staircase. PLANNING OF BUILDING : Principles of planning of Residential and Public building. sink etc. Dimension line. Submission Drawing and Working Drawing. Dimensioning systems. Terms used in perspective drawing. drawing of layout plan of water supply line with accessories. sanitary fittings. Elevation. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING DRAWING SCHEME: Jul. per week COURSE CONTENTS Course contents S.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6175 Lectures: 2 Hrs. Foundation plan. step block.position of inspection chamber. Reading of available ammonia prints of residential buildings. Necessity. Drawing of line plans for Residential and Public building BUILDING DRAWING : Development of plan from line plan of a residential building. Extension line. TOTAL 04 2 08 3 08 4 06 5 04 30 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Principles of Perspective Drawing. Location Plan. Site plan. Arrow heads or dots. Section. Rules and byelaws of local governing authorities for construction. Symbols – Materials used in construction. drawing of steel truss & lean to roof. PERSPECTIVE DRAWING : Definition. Area statement and other details.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Hidden line. small single storied building with flat roof etc. Position of wash basin.pdffactory. Two point perspective view of a small object like pedestal. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. Space requirements and norms for various units of Residential and Public building. building components. Layout plan of sanitary line . Pointers. septic tank. Section line. No.
(At least four) Measured Drawing of an existing residential Building (Load bearing/ Framed structure Type ) . Submission Drawing of two storied residential building (Framed structure type) showing Plans . per week LIST OF EXPERIMENTS S. Tracing of a submission drawing prepared at Sr. lettering and symbols of materials. Used in construction on Full Imperial size drawing sheet.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6175 Lectures: 2 Hrs. three rooms ) Public Building – School building. Site Plan .RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Ammonia print of submission drawing prepared at Sr.4 above. Drawing the lines plans of following buildings on Full Imperial size graph paper.com . doors and windows etc. showing Plan . Foundation Plan . Site Plan. No. Construction notes. Hostel building etc. Schedule of openings. Sections. Elevation. Total 90 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Residential Building ( Min. 1 Name of Experiment Hours of Study Drawing various types of lines. No. No.Area statement etc. Post Office. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. Elevation. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING DRAWING SCHEME: Jul. Bank.construction notes. Sections. section through stair case to scale 1:50 Two point perspective view of a building drawn in submission drawing. Primary health center / Hospital building.pdffactory.4 above. Area statement etc. Schedule of openings. Working drawing of above drawing sheet preferably one plan.
com .pdffactory..B. 1 2. M. Mahajan Planning and Design of Y.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Sane Building Civil Engineering Malik & Meo. Elements of Building Drawing.Sikka New Asian Publishers New Delhi . No. V. 3 4 5 Title Author Publisher Text Book of Building Shah. D. S. Drawing Building Drawing. Kale & Patki Drawing. per week Practical: 6 Hrs. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 305 NAME OF COURSE: BUILDING DRAWING SCHEME: Jul.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S):C05 PAPER CODE: 6175 Lectures: 2 Hrs. per week REFERENCES S. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.
However general guidelines for achieving the target and procedure for its assessment are given under the course content. where in variety of tasks are to be performed. ISTE or Computer Society of India etc. Ø To provide time for personality development of students. Ø To provide time for visiting library or using Internet. As the student has to practice this course in all the six semesters.pdffactory.) Ø TO allow for development of abilities in students for leadership and public speaking through organization of student’s seminar etc. Ø To provide time for organization of guest lectures by expert engineers/eminent professionals of industry. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: THIRD COURSE CODE: 306 NAME OF COURSE: PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SCHEME: Jul. OBJECTIVES: Ø To allow for professional development of students as per the demand of engineering profession. Institute of engineers. It is a group of open-ended activities. Ø To provide time for organization of student chapter activities of professional bodies) i.e.com . the guidelines given therein are common and applicable to each semester. per week RATIONALE Professional Activities is not a descriptive course. therefore specific content for this course cannot be prescribed. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. to achieve objectives. as per conventional norms. Ø To provide time for organization of technical quiz or group discussion or any other group activity. Ø To provide time for group discussion or solving case studies.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Ø To provide time for working for social cause like awareness for environmental and ecology etc.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (S): PAPER CODE: Practical: 2 Hrs.
J. Grades once obtained in a particular examination shall become final and no chance of improvement in grades will be given to the students. analysis. should have a separate mention of the grade awarded. Candidate abstaining from the prescribed course work and/or assessment planned at the Institute shall be marked ABSENT in the mark sheet. twice in a Semester/Term through a simultaneous evaluation of the candidate by a group of three teachers. Group of teachers will jointly award the grade to candidate in the assessment. close co-operation and creative instinct on the part of teachers of department concerned. 7. of the deptt. Since this course is totally learner centered. While awarding the grades for performance in PA. interest.pdffactory. The guide teacher/s shall best act as a facilitator of these creative hunts/ exercises. findings/conclusion) and its written report. Report/write up of seminar presented 3. 6. Study hours. It shall be mandatory for students to submit a compendium for his PA in the form of a Journal. Institution shall maintain the record of grades awarded to all the students in PA for a period of 1 year. F. Report on the problems solved through case studies.com . Following grade scale of evaluation of performance in PA has been established. IE (India). There will be no pass/fail in professional activities (PA). Concerned. Treatment of PA demands special efforts. Grades Level of performance A Excellent B Good C Fair D Average E Below Expectations D. group discussion. attention. H. examining teacher should reach the final consensus based on the attendance. Compendium shall contain following: 1. Report on student chapter activities of professional bodies like ISTE. Assessment of performance in PA is to be done internally by the Institution. roll play and simulation to make the development of personality affective.DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS TO CONDUCT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: A. 5. B. PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. if possible should be given greater time slot with a minimum of two hrs/week to a maximum of four hrs/week. C. awareness of latest developments in the chosen programme of study. among themselves and with the teachers. 2. Topic and outcome of the group discussion held. 4. Best of the grades obtained by the student in these two assessments shall be finally taken on the mark sheet of the respective Semester/Term. case studies. This course should be evaluated on the basis of grades and mark sheet of students. seminar. presentation skills in seminar on the topic assigned (collection of relevant data. punctuality. These activities should preferably be conducted in English language to maintain continuity and provide reinforcement to skill development. observations. PA is not a descriptive course to be taught in the classroom by a particular teacher. project methods. Small groups shall be formed like in tutorials. CSI etc. Report on social awareness camps( organized for social and environmental prevention). many of the activities planned under this course shall come out from the useful interaction of student. Various activities involved in the achievement of objectives of this course should be distributed to a number of teachers so that the talent and creativity of group of teacher’s benefit the treatment of the course content. Record of written quiz. G. instead of any grade. Abstract of the guest lectures arranged in the Institution. to execute certain activity. which unfold many of the hidden talents of the students or bring out greater amount of confidence in them. E. I.
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