This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
PROGRAMME NAME: Three years Diploma in CIVIL ENGINEERING Name of Scheme: Jul.08 Implemented from Session 2008 – 2009
Scheme of Studies and Examinations for: SIXTH SEMESTER
C O U R S E C O D E COURSE TILE P A P E R C O D E LEC T URE S Hrs. PER WEE K TER M WO RK I II NO CONTINUOUS PROG RESSIVE TESTS (TWO) THEORY PAPER MARK S DUR ATION (Hrs) END OF THE SEMESTER EVALUATION
PRACTICAL COMPONENT T O T A L M A R K S P R A C T I CA L Hrs. Per week LAB WORK CONTIN UOUS EVALUA TION END OF THE SEMESTER EVALUATION PRACTICAL/ORAL EXAMINATION (VIVA) DURA MAR NO TION KS (Hrs) T O T A L T O T A L
601 602 603 604 605
P.H.E. Q.S.C-II S.D.D.-II (Steel) Project Professional Activities Total 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6185 6186 6187
06 06 06 18
15 15 15 45
10 10 10 30
10 10 10 30
01 01 01 03 03 300 04 350 250
100 100 100 300
3Hrs 3Hrs 3Hrs -
135 135 135 405
02 02 02 10 02 18
15 15 15 100 145
01 01 01 01 04
50 50 50 200 350
3Hrs 3 Hrs 3Hrs 3Hrs
65 65 65 300 495
200 200 200 300 900
GRADE TO BE AWARDED
Number of Theory papers Total Theory marks Number of Practical’s Total practical marks Total marks of term work +lab work + prog.asst.
Passing marks for Theory Practical 33% 40%
CURRICULUM FOR DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
(SIXTH SEMESTER) Scheme: Jul.08 Implemented from session: 2009-10 Under semester system
JULY 2008 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT CENTRE, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
(MJP GOVT. POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, KHANDWA)
uncontaminated and basically quite hospitable for him. For protection of environment.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. At present. undisturbed. entire cultural history.the problem of pollution of his environment which some times in past was pure. Hence there is a need to study the problems related to environment in general and water pollution. man is facing one of the most horrible ecological crises.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM): PAPER CODE: 6185 R A T I O N A LE One of the basic needs of life is water. proper collection. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 601 NAME OF COURSE: PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING SCHEME: Jul. the purpose of municipal water supply and drainage will be defeated. This course is aimed mainly at study of water supply and sanitary engineering. virgin. hence the course on PHE is included. conveyance and disposal of waste water and solid refuse are necessary. Without proper arrangement for house water supply and sanitation. . solid waste management and noise pollution etc.. air pollution. A technician should be well aware and well trained to meet the water and sanitary requirement of the public. It must be supplied to all the people in required quantity and quality. land pollution. This again reinforces the necessity of study of water supply and sanitary engineering in the civil engineers in Diploma programme . in particular.
per week Practical: 2 Hrs. 14 02 12 34 10 Total .No. 4.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM): PAPER CODE: 6185 Lectures: 6 Hrs. 1. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 601 NAME OF COURSE: PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING SCHEME: Jul. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES S.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. 7. 02 12 20 10 Practical Hrs. 5. 6. 3. 2. 8 Introduction Quantity of Water & Sources of Water Quality of Water & purification of water Conveyance and Distribution of Water SANITARY ENGINEERING Building Sanitation Systems of Sewerage & Sewer Appurtenances Analysis of Sewage & Sewage Treatment Processes Rural Sanitation Total 06 90 30 06 120 15 12 27 10 15 02 02 12 17 Topics Theory Hrs.
classification of filters : slow sand filter. Quality of Water & Purification of Water : Effect of different impurities on water.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM): PAPER CODE: 6185 CONTENT DETAILS S. infiltration gallery. Forecasting of population. types of coagulants. Need for analysis of water. Types of water supply schemes Source of water : Surface and Subsurface sources of water . Fire demand . BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 601 Lecture Hours PUBLIC : 6 Hours per week NAME OF COURSE: HEALTH ENGINEERING SCHEME: Jul.Application of chlorine. Jar Test. Bacteriological tests. types of chlorination practices. residual chlorine and its importance.objects and methods of aeration. Construction of dug well. Well Testing. Disinfection: Objects. Chlorination. Filtration theory of filtration. hardness. forms of chlorination. Industrial. Quantity of Water & Source of water : Demands of water: Domestic. dissolved Oxygen. Plain sedimentation. Engineer. chlorides. surface/ground water . pressure filter. process of coagulation. Methods of forecasting of population. Losses and wastes. methods of disinfection. domestic filter. Intake Structures-Definition and types.Ground water. Estimation of quantity of water supply required for a town or city. Need and importance of P. Characteristics of water-Physical. infiltration well. rapid sand filter. filter media. Variations of water demands. Ground water recharging – Necessity Importance and advantages.Factors affecting rate of Demand. Sedimentation with coagulation. Commercial & Institutional. Design period for water supply scheme.H.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. 02 Course Contents Introduction : Duties of P. Open well. construction and working of slow sand filter and rapid sand filter. Water quality standards as per I. Factors governing the location of an intake structure. Water borne disease. pH. Purification of Water : Screening. Construction of tube well. Sampling of water. Tube-Well. Hrs of Study 02 12 03 20 . 01. Testing of water for Total solids. Water conservation.S. Chemical and Biological. infiltration pipes.H.Types of screens.No.E. Public use. principles of coagulation. Aeration. Yield of well.. types of sedimentation tanks. Flow diagram of water treatment plants.
location and function on a pipeline. wash basin. Sewer Appurtenances. Systems of plumbing – one pipe. Septic tank.types.Gravity. two pipe.O. 15 08 06 . Manholes and Drop Manhole-component parts. Sullage pipe. B. types of sewage. General layout and flow diagram. radial system . Activated sludge process. advantages and disadvantages SANITARY ENGINEERING Building Sanitation : Importance and necessity of sanitation. circular system. Systems of Sewerage : Types of Sewers. Types of joints & Types of valves. Hrs of Study 10 05 10 06 15 07. . Urinals.Dead end system. Treatment of Sewage : Objects of sewage treatment. Sludge digestion. and combined system Service reservoirs – functions and types . their suitability. Traps.Street Inlets. Rural sanitation. sinks. Definitions of the terms related to Building Sanitation-Water pipe. Oxidation ditch. Building Sanitary fittings. inspection and junction chambers. grid iron system. Vent pipe.their use. their necessity. location. Soil pipe . pumping. Skimming. choice of pipe material. Screening.Water closet – Indian and European type. Recycling and Reuse of domestic waste DefinitionsSewage. Necessity to treat domestic sewage. sullage. Oxidation pond. Sedimentation of sewage.O. Methods of distribution of water. and significance.D. layout plan for building sanitary fittings (drainage plan) . Rural Sanitation : Environmental Sanitation Necessity and importance. self cleansing velocity and non scouring velocity Laying. Aerobic and anaerobic process. Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board Norms for the discharge of treated sewage. Rain water pipe. Testing and maintenance of sewers.No. Sewer Inlets . Common Complaints in the operation of septic tank and remedies. Analysis of Sewage : Characteristics of sewage.S. spacing./ C.Types of Privies – Aqua privy and Bore Hole Latrine construction and working Composting (Nadep or Vermiculture). Flushing Tanks – manual and automatic. location. flushing cistern. 04 Course Contents Conveyance and Distribution of Water : Types of Pipes used for conveyance of water. Trickling filters. Layouts of distribution of water. Systems of Sewerage. Principle of Design of sewers. Grit removal.D. single stack. Disposal of sewage.
and starbility.O. Test for residual chlorime. Intake site and adjoining pumping station.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Iron & manganese. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 601 SCHEME: Jul. 4.. A Name of Experiment EXERCISES 1. Draw Plan and Section of the same along with the drainage arrangement in soak pit. volatile. Water treatment plant and testing lab.D.No.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM): PAPER CODE: 6185 NAME OF COURSE: PUBLICLIST HEALTH ENGINEERING OF EXERCISES & VISI S. 7. of Pract.D. Hrs. Test for PH. Hardness.. 9) Design the Septic Tank for the public building such as hostel or hospital. Chlorides. Sewage treatment plant. 8. 5.O. Test for D. 3. C. B. To determine suspended solids. 30 (B) . Test for total. Turbidity test. Colour test. Test for B-Coil. VISITS : 1. 3. dissolved solids and total solids of waste water sample. 2. fixed suspended and settable. 2. 6.O.
S. Author Husain. A. Meerut Water Supply & Gurucharan Standard Publishers Sanitary Engg. Deepak Prakashan Gwalior Khanna Publishers. Singh The committee on PHE Manual and code of practice.K. Birdie. 2470 and 5329 Lok Swasthya Yantriki Environmental Engg. .. Sunil and Rajjan Publisher Oxford and IBH publlshing Co. III and IV.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. 1 2. “PHE Manual and code of practice – Sections. Jal Apurti Evam Swachchhata Engg.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM): PAPER CODE: 6185 LIST OF REFEENCE BOOKS S.K. The Ministry of Health.No. of India. Govt.S. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 601 NAME OF COURSE: PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING SCHEME: Jul. I. Delhi Navbhart Prakashan. 8 9 Title Text Book of Water supply and sanitary Engg. 2065.C. II.S. I. and Bridie. New Delhi Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Santosh Garg S. Charottas Publishing House. G. Rangwala. 1742. J. 7. 3 4 5 6. (Volume I & II ) Water Supply & Sanitary Engg Saxena. Water supply and Sanitary Engg. : 1172. S.
A chapter on valuation and rent fixation is also included so that the students will be familiar with the method for valuation work and fixing rent.C. R. water supply and sanitary Engineering are included. This is an essential and basic requirement for all projects. Basic Introduction of software related to estimating & costing are also included which help students to work in the field with the software.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.mentioned chapters. This subject is in continuation of quantity surveying and costing-I. This is the first step towards efficient management of the project including proper estimation and utilization of human resources required for the project. . In this chapter.C. The students will be able to calculate the quantity of works of the structures of the above .08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM: PAPER CODE: 6186 R A T I O N A L E One of the job specifications of a diploma holder is to prepare estimate of civil Engineering structures as for cost and quantity of various construction materials required. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 602 NAME OF COURSE: QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING-II SCHEME: Jul. the timber structure. structures and steel structures Bridge and culverts.
5. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 602 NAME OF COURSE: QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING-II SCHEME: Jul.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM: PAPER CODE: 6186 Lectures: 6 Hrs. Topics Estimate of R. 4. Total . Structure Estimate of Steel/Timber Structure Estimate of Culverts and Bridges Estimate of water supply and sanitary fittings Valuation and Rent fixation. 2. 3. Total 20 90 05 30 25 120 Theory Hrs. per week Practical: 2 Hrs.No.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES S. 20 20 18 12 05 10 05 05 25 30 23 17 Practical Hrs.C. 1.C.
beam. obsolescence. Estimate of R. 18 4. Market value. Depreciation. straight line method. T-beam. outgoing.C. Estimate of steel frames for Doors & Windows. Structure : Estimate of slab. straight type wing walls. Hrs of Study 20 2.C. Estimate of Roof covering materials. Cost price. net income. slab bridge. Valuation & Rent Fixation : Definition. A. scrap value. column with its footing. 20 . Valuation of Lands & Buildings. 1. Estimate of Roof Covering materials. Sinking fund. Value. Difference between them. face wall.C. Estimate of Wooden Doors and Windows. Estimate of R.W. Necessity of Valuation. Book value. 12 5. Preparation of Abstract of above items. pipe line.G. Roof. Types of value.No. Course Contents Estimate of R. Detailed Estimate of Sanitary works for building work. quantity survey method. Computation of capitalized value. factors affecting their valuation.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Types of outgoing and their percentages. Methods of calculation of depreciation. Estimate of Culverts & Bridges : Estimate of Hume pipe culvert with splayed type of wing wall. Turn wall. Fixation of Rent as per PWD practice. Defination. Preparation of Bar bending schedule. 20 3.C. Roof.C. Years purchase. Estimate of S.C. Gross income. sinking fund method constant percentage method. Estimate of Steel / Timber Structures : Estimate of steel column (Stanchion) Estimate of steel Truss and Gusset Plate. salvage value.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM: PAPER CODE: 6186 Lecture Hours : 6 Hours per week CONTENT DETAILS S. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 602 NAME OF COURSE: QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING-II SCHEME: Jul.I.C. Estimate of Water Supply and Sanitary Fittings : Detailed Estimate of Water Supply for building work. and to calculate amount of steel. Estimate of Septic Tank.
ESTIMATOR. QE-PRO.P.RES.S. Taking out quantities of following items for small R. Preparing Rate analysis of following items: Building work – Brick work. D. Taking out quantities of work for pipe culvert.IRRIGATION & PHE Estimating & abstract and rate analysis with the help of different software eg.W. iii) Form work for all above items. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 602 NAME OF COURSE: QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING-II SCHEME: Jul. R. Hall i) Concreting for footing. 03. Name of Practical Use of different Schedule of Rates like . Windows Taking out quantities of Steel work for given shed supported on steel trusses & having GI sheet/profile sheet roofing. slab. Doors. ii) Reinforcement for above items by preparing Schedule of bars. & Print out of report .C..08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM: PAPER CODE: 6186 Practical Hours : hour per week LIST OF EXPERIMENT S.C.No. 02..C. Column.C.C. 06. Beam. P. Flooring. 06 04 04 30 . 01. 05. (Drawings shall be provided for the above exercises by subject teacher.) Total Hours Hrs of Pract. HOUSING BOARD ..RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA.C. Plastering.C.D. 05 05 06 04.R.PWD.
Malhotra Title Estimating and Author By. Lucknow.Datta & Co.N. By Rangwala By Birdie.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM: PAPER CODE: 6186 LIST OF REFEENCE BOOKS S. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 602 NAME OF COURSE: QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING-II SCHEME: Jul. Khanna Publishers 2B. Charotar Publications Station Road.No 1 2.C. Kapoor By J. Nai Sarak New Delhi 5 .C. Dutta Publisher S. Nath Market.-II Current Schedule of Rates fromPWD/PHE/Irrigat ion Deptts.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. 3 4 costing Estimating and costing & Valuation Estimating & Costing Estimating & Costing Vol-I & Vol. B. J. Anand Dhanpat Rai & Sons Delhi and Jullunder. Tagroe Path Motilal Bose Road.
proportioning and selection of members to carry loads in most economic manner and erection of structure at site. Construction in steel is to be supervised by Civil Engineering Technicians. determining design loads and method of design by using latest IS codes and hand books and design aids.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAMCTM) PAPER CODE: 6187 RATIONALE Design of steel structure is the subject placed at technology level. The design of steel structure involve the planning of structure for specific purpose. bunkers. This subject requires prerequisite knowledge. chimney. . railway bridges. Steel is extensively used as a construction material in the construction of civil engineering work such as high rise buildings. For effective supervision and quality control Technicians must have good knowledge of design of steel structure. industrial building. skill and competencies acquired from the subject applied mechanics and mechanics of structure. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 603 NAME OF COURSE: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING-II (STEEL) SCHEME: Jul. silos etc. methods of structural analysis. transmission towers. The knowledge of material properties and behaviors of structural member. This can be achieved by proper functional planning and providing adequate strength to withstand direct and induced forces which may acts on the structure during its life time.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. overhead tanks.
8.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM) PAPER CODE: 6187 Lectures: 6 Hrs. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 603 NAME OF COURSE: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING-II (STEEL) SCHEME: Jul. 2.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. 1. per week SCHEME OF STUDIES S. 6. 4. 3. 7. per week Practical: 2 Hrs. Total .No. 5. Introduction Connections Tension Member Compression member Column bases Steel Beam Roof Truss Timber structures Total Topics Theory Hrs. 04 14 12 16 08 14 14 08 90 --04 02 08 08 -08 --30 04 18 14 24 16 14 22 08 120 Practical Hrs.
Z Section. 08 . 14 3. Nominal dia. advantages and disadvantages of steel as construction material. Compression Member : Criteria of failure of short column and long column . Angle Section. Permissible stress in weld. T. Use of steel table and relevant I. Assumptions in theory of riveted joint. Analysis and design of tension member with welded and riveted connection. Types of loads on steel structure and its I. Unwin’s formula. Eccentric riveted connection Welded connection Introduction. S. Design of lacing angles and Batten plates. slenderness ratio and corresponding compressive stress : Angle struts Types of sections used. I. Grades of steel and strength characteristics. Column Bases : Types of column bases . Design of riveted joint for axially loaded member. introduction to gusseted base (no numerical problems on gusseted Base) Hrs of Study 04 2. end conditions effective length of a column. 1. gross and net cross sectional area of tension member. Edge distance. Hollow Square section Rectangular section Tubular section. advantages and disadvantages of welded joint. Gross dia. Pitch of rivets. their use. types of sections used. strength of weld. Design of fillet weld and butt weld subjected to axial load. Stanchion and Columns. C. Connections : Riveted connections. Tacking rivets. Hours per week CONTENT DETAILS Course Contents Introduction : Types of sections used. 12 4. Tension member : Types of Sections used. Analysis and design of axially loaded column. Cleat angles. code specification. Types of weld and their symbols. Strength of riveted joint and efficiency of a riveted joint.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. L Section etc. Types of rivets and their use. simple and built up sections. S.No. Design of compound column.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM) PAPER CODE: 6187 Lecture Hours : S. Permissible Stresses in Axial Tension.design of slab base & concrete block. code. permissible stress in rivet riveted joint and its failure. 16 5. Analysis and Design of axially loaded angle struts with welded and riveted connection. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 603 NAME OF COURSE: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING-II (STEEL) SCHEME: Jul.
bearing and deflection. span and slope. Factors affecting stress/ strength of timber. Rise and pitch. Combination of loads for design of truss.S. 7.6. loads acting on the Roof. Timber Structures : Grades of Timber – stress in timber. Design of simple beams. Forces in the members (Graphical method).Arrangement of members. Simple and built-up sections Permissible bending stresses.S. Live load and wind load as per I. Design of Angle purlin as per I. Dead load. (No numerical Problem on Plate Girder) Roof Truss : Types of steel roof truss & its selection criteria. Design of Timber column & Timber Beam. bending. Steel Beams : Different steel sections used. 8.06 16 . check for shear only. check for shear only. Design of members of truss. 14 14 08 . Design of built-up beams (Symmetrical I Section with cover plates only). 875-1987. Introduction to Plate Girder: Various components and their functions.
Important information of clauses of IS800-1984 and IS875 (Part1. 2. 3.No. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 603 NAME OF COURSE: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING-II (STEEL) SCHEME: Jul. Detailed drawing of slab base and gusseted base. Working drawing of steel truss with the details of joint 5.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM) PAPER CODE: 6187 Practical Hrs. Graphical solution of frames to find out the stress in the member. Typical sketches of sections of tension member. : 02 hours Per week S. 6. PRACTICAL: Term work shall consists of sketch book and design 30 report of steel roof truss for an industrial building. Type of trusses for different spans.2 & 3) Name of Practical . 1. Sketch book shall consists of any five plates out of the below mentioned 1. lacing and battening. determination of net effective cross-sectional area of tension member for angle section.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Hrs of Pract. 4. Typical sketches of sections of compression member. Sketching of different types of riveted joints and welded joints.
Dharmadhikari Negg. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 603 NAME OF COURSE: STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING-II (STEEL) SCHEME: Jul. 7.No.K.S.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM (CTM) PAPER CODE: 6187 LIST OF REFEENCE BOOKS S. Title Steel structures Structural Engg. Code 800-1984 Steel Structures Steel Structures By R. 3 4 5 6. Dhoble & D.M. By Ramchandra By Arya and Ajmani By Malhotra M.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Author By Ramanatham By Vazirani Publisher . 8.S. Vol. 1 2.-IV (Steel) Steel Structures Steel Structures Steel Structures I.
08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM : (CTM) PAPER CODE: R AT I O N A L E The project work is an important subject. . Major project is prescribed so that a student gets complete idea of planning and estimating a project and writing a project report. in practical aspect apart from what is taught in classroom and also helps in tackling live problems. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 604 NAME OF COURSE: PROJECT SCHEME: Jul. It gives access to the winder range of field techniques. which aims at closer co-ordination and integration between theory and practice. helps to develop planning and decision making skills. jobs and services. helps in comprehending knowledge of various subjects.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. equipments and the market cost analysis. The overall project work will help the student to become an entrepreneur than depending on govt. It develops confidence in students to work independently. participating in group task. The minor project work will also help the student to be acquainted with modern materials.
A topic for project can also be selected on recent development in civil engineering. projects to be undertaken by a group of 4 to 6 students.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. work distribution.No. required survey work. 01 02 Course Contents Introduction : Importance of project work. transportation engineering system.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM : (CTM) PAPER CODE: Lecture Hours : 10 Hours per week CONTENT DETAILS S. Planning of project : Planning of field work. data to be collected by different batches. guide line and general introduction Selection of Project : The project can be selected from any four civil engineering system like Building construction system. The project report shall be in the following format: Topic and objectives Collection of data. Management and construction procedure Resources scheduling and networking Design details Required drawing set Utility to society if any Conclusion Hrs of Study 03 04 . BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 604 NAME OF COURSE: PROJECT SCHEME: Jul. line of action. irrigation engineering system.
08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM : (CTM) PAPER CODE: LIST OF CIVIL ENGINEERNG PROJECTS: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18) 19) 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 25) Design of Check Dam/Stop Dam. Term Work: Shall consist of ----Detailed project report in above format. Rain water harvesting for domestic or public building. Planning and design of water treatment plant for given data. Planning Estimating and design for residential apartments/commercial complex. Non conventional sources of energy. Concrete pipe manufacturing unit.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. Junction planning for city roads/planning for roads for congested area/parking Studies etc. Interior decoration. Low cost housing project. Separate drawing sheets covering details of the project shall also be prepared. Campus development. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 604 NAME OF COURSE: PROJECT SCHEME: Jul. Manufacturing of Pre cast concrete products. Hospital waste disposal. Planning and design of sewage treatment plant for given data. Planning and design of water supply scheme for given lay out. Planning and design of overhead water tank and sump well Study of Lay out of small railway station. Recycling of resources. Study of G Dam (Earthen/Gravity) Micro irrigation –Drip/Sprinkler Irrigation. Prestressed concrete. . Concrete mix design. Planning & design and estimation of roads (PMGSY/MGSX/BRTS) Any other similar project can be selected. Planning and design of sanitary scheme for given lay out. Intelligent & green building material. Solid waste management.
seminars on technical topics and group discussion are planned in a semester so that there will be increased participation of students in learning process. The purpose of introducing professional practices is to provide opportunity to students to undergo activities which will enable them to develop confidence. attitude and ability to communicate and attitude.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM : PAPER CODE: R ATIONALE Most of the diploma holders join industries. While selecting candidates a normal practice adopted is to see general confidence. expert lectures. Due to globalization and competition in the industrial and service sectors the selection for the job is based on campus interviews or competitive tests. Industrial visits. in addition to basic technological concepts. BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 605 NAME OF COURSE: PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SCHEME: Jul.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. .
BHOPAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: SIXTH COURSE CODE: 605 NAME OF COURSE: PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SCHEME: Jul. The students should discuss in group of six to eight students and write a brief report on the same as a part of term work.data collection and writing a report on the topic a) Collection of data for valuation of old building b) Collection of details of BOT project under execution. professionals to be arranged (2 Hrs duration). (minimum 3 visits) Following are the suggested type of Industries/ Fields i) Visit to RCC framed structure building for details of reinforcement. d) Collection of information on any topic from journal available in library.08 COMMON WITH PROGRAM : PAPER CODE: Lecture Hours : 02 Hours per week CONTENT DETAILS S. to form a part of the term work. Some of the suggested topics are a) Role of civil engineer in disaster management. b) Scope of out sourcing of civil engineering services. iv) Visit to any structure undergoing rehabilitation/retrofitting. emerging technology etc. c) PWD system of accounts d) Contract Management e) RCC design and detailing Information Search . c) Pollution control. c) Collection of Data and case study of failure of RCC structure.No. b) Project planning and execution of civil engineering projects. The topic of group discussions may be selected by the faculty members. Seminar Presentation: The students should select a topic for Seminar based on recent developments in civil engineering field. iii) Visit to works carried out under watershed development/micro irrigation scheme. The Guest Lecture/s from field/industry experts. ii) Visit to water /sewage treatment plant. from the following or alike topics. a) HRD and civil engineering projects.RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA. The brief report to be submitted on the guest lecture by each student as a part of Term work. 01 Course Contents Structured industrial visits shall be arranged and report of the same should be submitted by the individual student. Hrs of Study 02 03 04 05 . minimum 2 nos.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue listening from where you left off, or restart the preview.