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SYLLABUS OF

M.E. CIVIL (Construction & Management.)

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University of Pune M.E. Civil Engg. ( Construction & Management) 2013 Course Course Structure University of Pune, Document on Rules and Regulation for P.G. Courses be referred for the detailed information. 1Credit =2 Modules=15 Hrs. SEMESTER –I Cod e Subject Teachin g Scheme Lect./ Pract. Examination scheme Credits

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Applications of Statistical Methods in Construction Management and Project Planning in Construction Construction Technology Research Methodology * Elective I

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501 024A Cyber Security / Information security

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Sustainable Construction Materials

501 024 G

Foreign Language –I

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Disaster Management Retrofitting of Structures

501 024 H

Engineering Ethics Intellectual Property Rights

501 024 D

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Construction Safety SEMESTER –II

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Construction Contracts Administratio n and Management Project Economics and Financial Management Operation Research ** Elective II

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** Elective II - Students should select the combination of technical and interdisciplinary courses in order to complete 5 credits from following list. 501 029 -Elective II Code 2 Credits Course Code 1 Credit Course 501 029A 501 029B Human Rights Human Resource Development 501 029 E Foreign 501 029I Language II Building 501 029 F 5010 29J Services and Maintenance 501 029G Green Building Design and Construction Forensic Civil Engineering Code Audit Course (No Credit Course) Performing Arts Principle Centred Leadership

501 029 C Material Management

501 029D

Value Engineering

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SEMESTER –III Cod e Subject Teachin g Scheme Lect./ Pract. Examination scheme Credits

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Environment and energy for sustainable construction TQM in Construction *** Elective III Seminar II Project Stage I Total

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/ Pract. Examination scheme Credits Paper In End Semester Semester Assessment Assessment -50 TW Oral/Pre sentation Tota l 601 037 601 038 Seminar III 5 50 100 100 5 Project Work Stage II Total 20 25 -- 150 200 50 100 200 300 100 500 20 25 5 .Elective III Code 2 Credits Course Code 1 Credit Course 601 034A Advanced Construction Technology 601 034 Project Risk Analysis & Mitigation Techniques Foreign Language 601 034H Code Audit Course (No Credit Course) Chess 601 034B 601 034C 601 034 D Infrastructure Development International Contracting Thrust Areas in Project Management 601 034 F 601 034G 601 034I Abacus SEMESTER –IV Cod e Subject Teachin g Scheme Lect.*** Elective III .Students should select the combination of technical and interdisciplinary courses in order to complete 5 credits from following list. 601 034 .

sample Random sampling. 1970 4. The Baye’s theorem. Module . Properties of Mean of Expectation. simulation software’s used.t test. K-S test for goodness of fit and distribution. Poisson distribution. Module – 6 Regression Analysis:Regression and Multivariate Analysis. Other sampling schemes. coefficient of variance.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Module . Griffi’s waiting line Method. Module -4 Testing: Testing Hypothesis: Sampling of distribution – Test based on Normal Distribution. Normal Distribution. Multiple Regression AnalysisNon linear Regression. Non-probability samples. Wiley Series. Scatter Diagram. McGraw Hill International Edition. Random variable. 2. analysis and mitigation of project risks. Module . Module –2 Distributions :Theoretical probability Distributions: Binomial Distribution. chisquare. Use of regression analysis in resources management. Reference Books 1.7 Simulation: Simulation – Types.Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers---Montgomery and Runger—Wiley./Week Credits : 4 Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks In Semester Assessment: 50 marks End Semester Assessment: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER I 501 021. Probability and Statistics for Engineers –Miller. Probability distribution. range in quality control of concreting and similar such activities. ABC analysis. Module . Mean or Expectation of Random variable. Gamma. Rules of Probability. EOQ in civil engineering.E.3 Sampling:Sampling and sampling distribution : Probability samples. Correlation Analysis. some Sampling and Quality control. Sampling techniques-Cochran. Freund-Hall. Module – 5 Correlation Analysis: Correlation types. Bi-variate Frequency Distribution.1 Probability: Probability theory and its importance: Definition of probability.8 Applications :Use of mathematical models based on probabilistic and statistical methods. co-efficients. Prentice India Ltd. Analysis of varianceone way & two way classification. Sensitivity analysis. Exponential Distribution. Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Physiscists-pipes and Harvill. 6 . 2008.Application of Statistical Methods in Construction Teaching Scheme : Lectures :4 Hrs. Use of concepts of standard deviation. 2009 3. Beta. case studies in construction using simulation techniques. sampling distribution and standard error.India. simulation in risk identification. students.

PERT.. Co-coordinating. primavera. 8. multistoried structures. LOB technique. RPM (Repetitive Project Modeling) techniques. project feasibility reports based on socio-techno-economic-environmental impact analysis. communicating & reporting techniques. Module . Quantitative Techniques for Managerial Decisions. Wiley. Management Styles. Qualities. Precedence Network Analysis. Web based project management./Week Credits : 4 Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks In Semester Assessment : 50 marks End Semester Assessment : 50 marks Duration : 3 hrs. time-lapse photography technique. Concept of standard time and various allowances. software in Construction scheduling (MSP. Application of MIS to construction. basic procedure. Module .I 501 022-Management and Project Planning in Construction Teaching Scheme : Lectures :4 Hrs. Procedure for selecting the work. Management Functions. Shenoy & Sharma. 1989. various Resources management based on funds availability.2 Project Management: Basic forms of organization with emphasis on Project and matrix structures. time study. Moore-Freeman Company. Objectives. method study and work measurement. string diagrams. ports. 6. Updating.3 Project Scheduling: Construction S ch ed u l i n g. Analytical production studies.5 Construction Management:Site mobilization – demobilization aspects. Module -6 Work Study: Definition. Work measurement – Time and motion studies. flow process charts.1 Basics of Management:Modern scientific management. Module .E. Applied Statistics for Civil and Environmental Engineers by Kottegoda. Shrivastava. activity cost and time estimation in CPM. Activity sampling. Module . project life cycle. equipment performance rating. Mass haul diagrams. quality. 1963 7. Objective. multiple activity charts. Resource Leveling. Reliability Principles and practices-Calabro-McGraw Hill Book Company. Construction manager).4 Project Controlling : Monitoring and Control. symbols. Work break down structure. Role of Project Management Consultants. Statistics-Concepts and Controversies-David S. project clearance procedures and necessary documentation for major works like dams.5. planning for achieving time. cost. Crashing. 7 . (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER . Module . role and responsibilities of project Manager.Stratford Books UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. New York. Training of Construction Managers. Method study – Definition. recording facts. work study applications in Civil Engineering. tunnels.

Project Management-Planning and Control---Rory Burkey 4th ed. Underwater drilling. Workmen Compensation Act. 11./Week Credits : 4 Module -1 Underground Construction : Underground and Underwater Construction – Tunnel-Shaft sinking. 2nd Edition.Work study – Currie. personal protective equipments. Tata McGraw Hill.Project Management – Ahuja H. Scheduling and Controlling-ChitakaraTata McGraw Hill. installation. blasting. 14. New Age International Limited Publishers 2. 2012 3 Construction Project Management Theory & practice --.Construction Project Management Planning. Modern construction management--.Construction Management and Planning by Sengupta and Guha-Tata McGraw Hill publication. New Delhi 12. – John Wiely.Construction Management – O’Brien.Kumar Neeraj Jha. Schexnayder. UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. 10. bedding of conduits.E.Project Management – K Nagrajan – New age International Ltd. Module . Pearson. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER I 501 023 . Vacuum Dewatering and Well point system.2 Under water construction :Problems encountered. Tunnel driving in hard and soft strata. 7.—Wiley.India. Merit rating.8 Administration of Incentive Schemes :Necessity. Grouting methods in soft and hard soil including Jet grouting and Chemical grouting. 201 5. determination of safety parameters. Module . 8 .Professional Construction Management Barrie-Paulson-McGraw Hill Institute Edition.Construction Technology Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks In Semester Assessment : 50 marks End Semester Assessment : 50 marks Duration : 3 hrs. Mayo. Dewatering in shallow and deep excavations using different methods. Pearson. 8. Teaching Scheme : Lectures :4 Hrs.2012 4. New York.Harris. Reference books 1 Construction Planning & management By P S Gahlot & B M Dhir . Pilcher 13. 6. modification and maintaining of incentive schemes based on implementation experience. Micro Tunneling. Wiley India.Construction management Fundamantals by Knutson.Safety Engineering: Causes of Accidents on various sites.Construction Management – Roy. Fiori. Construction Project planning & Scheduling By Charles Patrick. 9.Module -7 . safety measures and safety policies to be adopted.N. job evaluation.

Construction Equipment Planning and Applications – Dr. 2005. design and construction of caissons.5 Coffer Dams: Cofferdams – types. Piles in land and marine structures. Cofferdam wall by ICOS method. Pumped Concrete.Load test on piles initial and routine. International Construction.7 Equipment Management:Equipment Management. Concrete mix design with various methods of concreting and also underwater concreting using tremie method.Bryan. Material Handling Equipment and Transportation of Equipments. Construction Planning.Module . Costing. box.and Choice. Journals such as CE & CR. Ready Mix Concrete.6 Caissons : Types.in-situ piles. 2ed. History Books. Optimum utilization and Equipment selection. Methods of pile driving by Vibration and Construction of micro piles. Wiley India 2. Reference Books: 1Construction Technology: Analysis. Module . concrete wall movable cofferdam.8 Construction Equipment:Construction Equipments – Understanding basics and functions of Equipment Earthmoving Machinery. pneumatic and open caissons. steel piles and friction piles. Manpower. W o r k i n g loads and ultimate loads on driven and cast. Module . design and construction of single. Cofferdam. Construction details of precast piles. Module .3 Construction using Concrete Technology:Concrete – Various methods of shuttering. Periodical MIS Report. Diaphragm Walls. Documentation. Mahesh Varma 4. details. Prentice Hall. Construction Technology by Roy Chudley and Roger Greeno. Spare parts etc.4 Pile Construction : Piling – Single pile and a group piles (Bored and Driven) during driving. Document Reports of actual major works executed. land cofferdams. Pile Capacity . Module . Concreting Equipment. Minimum 1 Case study be discussed /analyzed in each of the above topics. 9 . Equipment and methods – Peurifoy-Tata McGraw Hill Publication 3. 6. double wall. pre stressed piles. 5. depreciation. Sheet pile cofferdams. Well foundations. interest on capital. Concreting for under water Construction. Brochures Published by various agencies associated with construction. Construction world. soldier construction method. 5. Log-Books. Module . failure and causes.

Module 8: Presentation of research---Research briefing.sample size.Exam:3Hrs Module1: Introduction to Research . multidimensional scaling. Scope and objectives of research problem.Inferential statistics.types of research. need of literature survey. Criteria / Characteristics of a good research problem. styles of literature survey.Plagirism. introduction to non parametric tests. classification of scales. Module 4: Data collection .UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Introduction to factor analysis. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER I 501 004 : RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Teaching Scheme Lectures: 4 hours/week Credits 4 Examination Scheme In semester Exam: 50 Marks End Sem. : 50 marks Duration of End Sem.Valedity and reliability. Module 3: Literature survey. Writing of research paper.Funding for the proposal. report structure. Research Methodology: concepts and cases—Deepak Chawla and Neena Sondhi. Search for causation. presenting and publishing paper. elements and objectives of literature survey. presentation styles. Sampling. Individual research proposal. Errors in selecting a research problem.qualititative methods of data collection.India 10 . impact of presentation. methods of qualitative research. evaluation of data.Meaning of research .sampling strategy.Ltd. Reference Books: 1.Framework for the planning. types of reports. (ISBN 978-81-259-5205-3) 2. elements of effective presentation. report formulation. discriminant analysis. and strategies of literature survey.Definition of literature and literature survey. sources of literature. Sources of research problem. Module 6: Advanced data analysis techniques-Correlation and regression analysis. Module 2: Developing a Research Proposal Format of research proposal. analysis of variance techniques. patent procedure. importance of report writing.Different funding agaencies. Exam.Sampling and Scaling—Classification of data. Institutional research proposal. cluster analysis.concepts and testing .Descriptive statistics.Testing of hypothesis. Module 5: Preliminary data analysis. process of research.attitude measurement and scaling.Approaches to qualitative and quantitative data analysis.Vikas Publishing House Pvt.methodology.Mutidimentional measurementnand factor analysis. criteria of good measurements.Measuring.Significance.Research Methods for Business—Sekaran—Wiley. formulation of research hypotheses.objectives.E. types of measurements. Module 7: Report writing—Need of effective documentation. benefits and drawbacks of data.

Photography and Videography Yoga and Meditation Teaching Scheme Lectures: 5 hours/week Credits 5 501 024 A Cyber Security / Information security 501 024 B Sustainable Construction Materials Disaster Management Retrofitting of Structures 501 024 G Foreign Language –I 501 024 L 501 024 C 501 024 D 501 024 Engineering H Ethics 501 Intellectual 024 I Property Rights 501 024 E Construction Safety 11 . R. Exam. Kothari--.com/college/sekaran UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER I 501 024 : ELECTIVE –I Examination Scheme In semester Exam: 50 Marks End Sem. Ltd. 4.-ISBN-978-0-415-58336-7 5. : 50 marks Duration of End em. e-Resource---For class room ppts---www. Research in Education---John Best and James Kahn.New Age International Publishers.Exam:3Hrs. Research Methodology: A Step by Step Guide for Beginners’.Select any combination having total of 5 credits from following technical / interdisciplinary courses 501 024 -Elective I Code 2 Credits Course Code 1 Credit Course 501 Economics & 024 F Finance For Engineers 501 024 K Code Audit Course (No Credit Course) Mass communication.Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Research Methods in Education---Louis Cohen.Manion. C.Cambridge University Press India Pvt.E. by Dr. Research Methodology: An Introduction’ by Wayne Goddard and Stuart Melville 6. Research Methodology: Methods and Trends’.Ltd.3. by Ranjit Kumar 7.wileyeurope. * Elective I .Morrison---Routledge(Taylor &Francis Group) / -.

Module 4: Security Investigation: Need for Security. Principles of Information Security. 2003 12 . New Delhi. Cyber crimes and Cyber laws. Delhi Law House. Integrity.E-Contract: The essence of digital contracts. Vikas Publishing House. Confidentiality. Law of Contract. Risk Management and Assessment Techniques. Ethical and Professional Issues Access Control. Employment contracts. K.Threat identification . Vol 1-3 CRC Press LLC. Security standards. Availability. Cyberspace Law Cases and Materials. 3rd Edn. Overview of Firewalls. Copyright in digital media. 2004 3) Rodney D Ryder. 2nd edition. Statistics. 2011 5) Lipton. Business Process Outsourcing. Reference Books: 1) Bakshi P M and Sri R K. Principles of Information Security. Cyber and E-commerce Laws. 1st Edn. Basics of Indian Legal System. Legal. Security Models. NY: New York. DMZ and firewall features Security Policies and Management: Security Policy Design. Worms and related threats . Module 3: Information Security Fundamentals: Background. Essentials of computer security . Harold F. Rajiv Raheja.Sources of security threats – Intruders. EGovernance. Security Assurance. 8) Michael E Whitman and Herbert J Mattord. Construction of E-contracts. Intrusion. Tipton. Aspen Publishers. 2003 7) Micki Krause. Privacy. Detection Systems and Intrusion Prevention Systems. Business Needs. Information Technology Act 2000 (Amended). 1st Edn. Issues of security. Attacks. Overview of IDS. Date Protection and Information Security. 2004. Handbook of Information Security Management. Rights of Neitzens and E. Information Classification Process.501 024 -A-Elective I . Security Procedures and Guidelines. Information Technology Law and Practice. New Delhi. 2001 4) Vakul Sharma.Threat analysis .Governance: Privacy and freedom issues in cyber world. Wadhwa & Co. A handbook on Information technology: Cyber law and E-Commerce. User Management. Viruses. Threats. Goals of security. Firewalls: Overview of Identification and Authorization. Relevant Amendments in all other laws. 2002 2) Syed Shakil Ahmed. Risk Management. Vikas Publishing House.. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery. National and International Scenario. Intrusion Detection and Server Management. Consultant Agreements and Digital signature Module2: Intelligent Property Issues in Cyber space: Doman names and related issues. Importance. 2006 6) Michael E Whitman and Herbert J Mattord. Patents in cyber world. Bharat Publishing House. Non-repudiation. Security Laws. Capital Law House.Vulnerability identification and Assessment.Cyber Security / Information security (2Credits course) Module1: Basic Concepts of Technology and Law: Basics of Information Technology. Security Management Practices. Designing Security Procedures. Ethics and Best Practices.. Types of Firewalls.

Building Materials by M L Gambhir. Disaster Management – Financing relief expenditure. preparation and execution of the emergency management program.Model Colony. Methods of assessment of impact of disasters such as photogrammetric methods. testing. rescue operations. storage.Shivaji Nagar.Concrete Technology by Neville 2 .V.S.Construction Materials. fire hazards etc.M. nuclear hazards. Pune 8. forest. Yesdee Publication 2012. 13 . New Building Materials and Construction World magazine 7.501 024 –B –Elective I. emergency facilities and equipment necessary public awareness creation. Module 4: = High performance concrete. acceptance criteria. Prentice hall. S. drought volcanoes. S. Ltd. Casual management.Shetty. Chennai.Divekar-1030. D. Tata McGraw Hill Publ.Silica fume concrete . Module 2: Emergency Management program – Administrative setup and organization. Manmade disasters such as chemical and industrial hazards. ground data collection. Hazard analysis. Methods & Techniques(3e) by William P Spence.B. Glenium Concrete. Neha Jamwal.Self compacting concrete. India 3 Concrete Structure properties & Materials by Mehta P. information management. coasts hazards.Nano technology in cement concrete.. Fly ash and its use in concrete . Engineering Materials –Dr. Material composition and properties. training of personnel.Materials used in nuclear-containment structures. recent development related to the following materials to be studied. floods. 4.Chand Publ. limitations of use. production. 5. Module 2: Various construction chemicals/admixtures . 6. Pvt. economic consideration.Ferrocement Reference Books: 1. Civil Engineering and Construction Review magazine 9. Fiber Reinforced plastics and concrete .Light weight concrete Module 3: Crumb modified bitumen Rubber. risk management. legal aspects. Module 3: Various organizations registered with Government and NGO’s working for disaster reliefChallenges faced by organizations.Sustainable Construction Materials (2Credits course) Module 1: Necessity and importance of sustainable construction materials. natural calamities such as earthquake. distribution. Ferrocement Construction Mannual-Dr.K & Mantreio P.Deodhar 501 024 –C-Elective I . media survey. landslides etc. Concrete Technology by M.J.Disaster Management (2Credits course) Module 1: Disasters – Natures and extent of disasters.

Maintenance & Restoration and Rehabilitation of Highway Bridges. data collection and database management. design criteria. Reference Books: 1. Disaster Management Handbook by Jack Pinkowski – CRC Press (Taylor and Francis group) 501 024 –D-Elective I . 3.Dodge Woodson. processes and techniques used for repairs. works. materials and technology. R. 5. Rehabilitation studies of buildings. bridges. underground construction. their retrofitting. Construction Engineering and Management – Seetharaman.S. methods of seismic retrofitting. response of buildings to earthquake motion. Technology of Building Repairs.C. NICMAR Publications 4. various types of fibre wrappings etc. K. Technical report. effects of earthquakes.Module 4: International adopted practices for disaster mitigation. S. Different sites on internet on disaster management 5.Rakshit 6.K. Maintenance & Repairs of Buildings. Difference between the term. of Maharashtra 3. Project Management – K Nagarajan – New Age International Ltd. Module 2: Numerical condition surveys for foundation. Raikar R N 2. Retrofitting of Concrete Structures by Externally Bonded FRP’s – CEB – FIP. structural and functional deterioration. sewage treatment plants – masonry work. Ikon Books 2. factors related to building damages due to earthquake. construction points based on nanotechnology. commercial. The Bombay Building Repairs & Reconstruction Board Act 1969. Rules and regulations. management. maintenance of rehabilitated structures. Module 3: Earthquake damages of buildings. Umesh Publ. steel structures. 6.Construction chemicals based on nanotechnology.Retrofitting of Structures (2Credits course) Module 1: Importance of rehabilitation repairs and retrofitting as a part of construction engineering. financial feasibilities.C. Govt.Vaidyanathan. P. R. Monitoring aspects of disaster mitigations programs. Reference Books: 1. streets and highways. Module 4: New Construction materials.Guha 4. restoration of buildings.types of distress. rehabilitation and retrofitting. Bulleting 35 14 . Procedure adopted by BIFR (Board of Industrial and Financial Reconstruction) . restoration. evaluating alternatives based on technical. Elsevier Publ. An Introduction to Disaster Management –Natural Disasters and Man Made Hazards. Construction. Concrete Structures Protection Repair and Rehabilitation. Predictive performance models.

hoists and lifts etc.Construction Safety (2Credits course) Module 1: Construction Safety Management – Role of various parties. Module 2: Safety in construction operations – Safety of accidents on various construction sites such as buildings. Profitability & Financial Decisions. Inventory Management Reference 1. Financial Analysis. Module 4: Study of safety policies. activity based costing & case studies. working on sites of high rise construction. 501 024 -F Elective –I . 2. Safety awareness program. Incentive for safety practices. Labor laws. role of safety officers. tunnels. cranes. Module2: Principles of Costing. dams. Basics of Estimation & Valuation. methods. Prevention ofaccidents. duties and responsibilities of top management. 4.501 024 –E-Elective I . Basics of Financial Statement. Safety in use of construction equipment e. Construction safety manual published by National Safety Commission of India. equipment. History & fundamentals of Economics. London. AITBS. Inflation. deep excavation Reference Books 1. 5. etc. Safety while using electrical appliances. Estimation & Valuation: Basics of Costing.S. Costing & Finance. 3. supervisors etc. Basics of Finance & Accounting. Writing safety manuals. Explosives used. responsibilities of general employees. incentives and monitoring. “Safety management” –Girimaldi and Simonds. New Delhi. NICMAR Mumbai. etc. training provided on any ISO approved construction Company .safety in office. safety committee.Thomasin K. present & future values of properties. ISI for safety in Construction – Bureau of Indian Standrads. As specified by the instructor 15 .preparing safety checklists and inspection reports. Construction Safety Handbook – Davies V. Module 3: Various safety equipment and gear used on site. safety training. Safety Management in Construction Industry – A manual for project managers. vehicles. safety at various stages of construction. legal requirement and cost aspects of accidents on site. First aid on site. rates of interest. Thomas Telford.Economics and Finance for Engineers (1Credit Course) Module1: Introduction & Basics of Economics & Finance: Meaning & necessity of: Economics.g. Safety measures. safety of scaffolding and working platforms. site managers. roads. bridges.

Traditional knowledge Case Studies. Patenting under PCT.Elective –I Intellectual Property Rights (1Credit Course) Module1 Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights Nature of Intellectual Property: Patents.Ethics in Enginerring Practice and Research---Carolin Whitbeck—Cambridge University Press—ISBN—978-1-107-66847-8 501 024 –I. development. Introduction to Copyright. Lesson 1 of the Text Book. Recent Developments in IPR Administration of Patent System. Licensing and transfer of technology. Module2 Patent Rights Scope of Patent Rights. Computer Software etc. Trademarks and Copyright. local & global issues. 2 Halbert. 2007 3 Robert P. innovation. French alphabets. Reference Books 1 Prabuddha Ganguly. Corporate. Procedure for grants of patents. Exercise of Unit-1. Rights & responsibilities of Engineers. etc. considerations for general Individuals. Jumelage-I workbook by Roopa Luktuke 501 024 .Foreign Language -I (French-I) (1Credit Course) Module1: Introduction: Glimpse of France. Moral obligations and rules in engineering.). accent. Unit-1. “Resisting Intellectual Property”. food.H -Elective –I -Engineering Ethics (1Credit Course) Module1: Introduction : Meaning & scope of Ethics in general & for engineers in particular. etc. IPR of Biological Systems. Taylor & Francis Ltd. Jumelage-I Text Book by Manjiri Khandekar & Roopa Luktuke (Latest edition) 2. Patent information and databases. Mark A. IPR (Intellectual Property Right). Process of Patenting and Development: technological research. Character. Lesson 1 of the Text book & workbook Reference 1. International Scenario International cooperation on Intellectual Property. life of French people (Culture. Vocabulary. Unit-1 of the Text Book (Grammar. Exercise of Unit zero of Text Book & workbook Module2: French Lessons: Brief revision. Lemley “Intellectual Property in New”. Peter S. Recommendations of the Professional bodies (Code of Conduct). Designs. vocabulary). Plagiarism & Legal issues Reference 1.Work Culture..Categories of moral. Mental Stresses & Emotional Intelligence Module2: Code of Ethics for Engineers: First principles of Engineering Ethics & Ethical terminology. Merges. “ Intellectual Property Rights”. New developments in IPR. Engineers & the Society. Unit zero of the Text Book (Grammar.501 024 –G-Elective –I . Menell.Tata Mc-Graw Hill. and Lesson). Conflicts in the profession. patenting. Social Values. Geographical Indications. 16 .

Akarnadhanurasan. conferences. Communication concepts.Method of Data Analysis. various methods of mass communication like seminars. need for Mass Communication. Naukasan. Impact of yogasans on human body. Colby. Tomlinson. Michael.. 2. mounting. video conferencing. Rick. Tim and Rumsey. U-tube. Padmasan. ed. Talbot-Smith. Sarvangasan. Altman. N. internet. the role of information in developing countries. More than words: An introduction to communication. Bhujangasan. Shot Angle. Sound Track analysis. Videography Basics – Video camera –types. Newnes Yewdall. Photography and Videography (Audit Course—No Credits) Module 1: Mass Communication . Light techniques and final printing. Patanjali yoga sutras. Books 1. Lewis. Sequence. Richard Dimbleby and Graeme Burton. Scene Time. 17 . Digital audio workstation. Dhanurasan. benefits of yogasans. Rhythm. New York: McGraw –Hill 4. Rudy and David. Interpersonal & Intra personal. Sound assistance. Impact and Effect of Communication Old and new media. Leider. Dennis. Back to basic audio. Focal Press 8. Suryanamaskar( Sun Salutation). 1991. David. 1964. Shot. Process and Function.Elective –I (K) Mass communication. Understanding Media. Routledge Talbot-Smith. Ardhachandrasan. Still Photography. Pawanmuktasan. DVD. 1964.. Truebitt. Talbot-Smith. Shavasan. Film Sound appreciation. Live sound for musicians. Focal Press 7. Sound engineering explained. Difference between physical exercises and yogasans. 5. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Exposure. Hal Leonard Nathan. . Shalbhasan. Module 2 : Photography and Videography Camera Basics. Fragmentation Juxtaposition: Frame. Vajrasan. Technique of different yogasans like. Ardhamatsendrasan. Pachhimottanasan. Holman. print and digital media. 11. CDs. Marshall McLuhan. Focal Press 9. 12. Learning basic editing software and primary editing on available/given materials. New Delhi: Goyal Saab. Understanding mass communication. Editing Basics. Group behaviour. Sound engineer's pocket book. McGraw-Hill 501 024 –L-Elective II .Feedback and Evaluation of Communication Effect. movies. Yoga and Food. Focal Press 6. Communication Techniques. Sound theory sound practice. Focal Press 13. use of Information Technology. London: Routledge. Practical art of motion picture sound. Melvin L. Colour. Makrasan. Michael. Relevance of Communication Theories to Practice. Interview and Questionnaires. Trubitt. Trikonasan. Halasan. Sound and recording: An introduction.Theories & methods Concepts and Theories. McCormick. Sound Basics. 1995. 3. Pace. Julian.Yoga and Meditation (Audit course--Non Credit course) Module1 Yoga:Sukshma (subtle) yoga techniques. Composition. Wilbur Schramm. Focal Press 10. DeFleur and Everette E. Camera Movement. Francis. Mass media and national development. Lenses. Models of Communication. Michael. Sound for film and television.

2. Yoga. Iyengar. AgnisarPranayam. C. Precautions for Pranayam. BhartiyaYogSansthan. Asanand YogVigyan. Pilates. 8. Meditation .YogchaitanyaPrakashan 7. BhramariPranayam.K. Assignment on use of means of dispersion in quality control. Meditation(Dhyan).artofliving.yogsansthan. Benefits of Pranayam. Meditation & Stress Relief By Parragon Books Ltd 4. 5.org/about-us/swami-satchidananda/ http://www. KapalbhatiPranayam.swamij.com/ http://www. Panda. Assignment on formulation of linear regression equation between a dependant variable and independent variable. applicable in construction. Bandh(Locks).yogaVision.com/ http://www. Delhi Reference Web Sites: 1. 4 hrs.org/in-en/yoga/sri-sri-yoga/sukshma-yoga-relaxation http://www. Yoga for Dummies by Georg Feuerstein and larry Payne.org/in-en/yoga http://www. Kumbhak. TW : 50 Marks Credits 4 ----Term work should consist of any 6 assignments out of the first 8 .Module 2 Meditation: Breathing Technique.org/ http://www.yogapoint. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER I 501 025 Lab Practice – I Teaching Scheme Pract. PranayamVigyan. http://www. 7. References Books: Light on Yoga: by B.S. Technique of Pranayam. D. Harper Collins Publishers India 1. 3./week Examination Scheme Oral : 50 Marks. Pranayam. 18 . Wiley India publishing 3. Light on Pranayama: by B.com UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M.K. Iyengar. BhastrikaPranayam. 4. 6.E. UjjayiPranayam. Working out total number of construction equipment necessary to complete a particular quality of item work in a particular time and determining its direct cost per MODULE-for construction equipment working in a group. 2. 3. 1. The Yoga Sutrasby Patanjali.divyayoga. Swami Satchidananda. YogPravesh by Vishwas VMandlik. Mudra.net http://www. BhartiyaYogSansthan. PrintworldPublisher 6. Harper Collins Publishers India 2. Integral Yoga Publications 5.Science and Practice by N.S.10 are compulsory.artofliving. ----Assignments 9 . K.Anulom-VilomPranayam. Delhi 8.yogaville. Chakras.

5. methods of inviting tenders. project management consultants and the contractor. Module 4 Contract Conditions :a)General condition and Particular conditions. Module 3 Dispute Resolution:Causes of disputes and importance of role of various stakeholders in prevention of disputes. contract pricing by the client. Assignment on showing the schematic of a pumped concrete layout and determining the total length of the pipe-line required. contract performance. b) ICE conditions-Introduction. E. short forms of contract. FIDIC conditions. b) Contract formation. documentation. 6.4. pre-qualification system. settlement of claims.evolution of FIDIC document. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Any 2 assignments on Elective I 9. Module 2 Construction Claims : Extra items and causes of claims./Week Theory Paper : 100 Marks Credits : 4 In Semester Assessment : 50 marks End Semester Assessment : 50 marks Duration : 3 hrs. calculation of floats and project crashing. types based on whether design is of employer or contractor. contracts with various stakeholders on a major construction projects. scrutiny of tenders and comparative statement.Use of Priema Vera is recommended. conciliation. Model forms of contract. Various conditions of Red Book. Module 1 Construction Contracts : a)Standard forms of contracts. Site Visits Minimum Two site visits to study construction techniques and use of major construction equipment associated with ongoing major construction works. Visit Report to be submitted 10. Alternate Dispute Resolution methods. Types of construction claims. contract correspondence and contract closure. Design & Build contract. conditions of Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation. pre-bid meetings.mediation. Assignment on developing a precedence network. (CIVIL) CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT SEMESTER-II 501 026-Construction Contracts Administration and Management Teaching Scheme : Examination Scheme: Lectures :4 Hrs. Assignment on using MS Excel / MS Project software. arbitration and Dispute Resolution Boards. 8. considering dependant factors.Colour Code. conditions of contracts. 19 . extension of time. EPC contract. Role of Planning Commission.Government Of India. Assignment on work study 7.

4) Law of contract Part I and Part II. delivery of bailee. Arbitral award and its enforcement. Myneni2004 Edition.2006 Edition.2006 Edition. Procedure of appeal against the awards. reprinted in 2005. Bangia. Objectives of the act.Bare Act. S. Bailment.Nature of transaction. Voidable. Composition of the arbitral tribunal.Asia Law House Publishers. discharge of surety.B. b) Indemnity & Guarantee.difference between the two . 1872. Contracts of Guarantee & Indemnity. 6) The Workmen’s Compensation Act. Void contracts. 8) FIDIC Document (1999). 5) Arbitration.2005.Contract formation. perpetual.Module 5 Indian Contract Act (1872) :a)Definition of the contract as per the ACT. 1923 (8 of 1923) Bare Act. 20 .R. contract performance. Reference Books: 1) Civil Engineering Contracts and Estimates . Allahabad Law Agency. Objectives. mandatory.drbf.Dr. Importance of the Workmen’s Compensation Act on construction projects. jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal. Module 7 Conciliation: Conciliation and its provisions in the Act. reprinted in 2009. Surety’s liability.Types.K. general provisions. Module 6 Arbitration:Indian Arbitration And Conciliation Act 1996 Difference between 1940 Act and 1996 Act. Valid.2006 edition. 1996 (26 of 1996).Published by Ministry Of Statistics and Program Implementation. 3) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act. valid excuses for nonperformance. Module 8 Injunctions and Bailment a) Injunctions.org. Consideration for Guarantee.understanding the clauses and applying them to situations/scenarios on construction projects. Government of India. effects of breach. b)Clauses 1 to 75. Professional Book Publisher. 9) Dispute Resolution Board foundation manual-www. Conduct of conciliation and arbitral proceedings.Professional Book Publishers. power of arbitrators. grounds for challenge. Dr. temporary. duties. Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems. Breach of contract. S. Patil – Universities Press.2005 Edition. 7) Standard General Conditions for Domestic Contracts.(1996). R. Extent of application of 1996 Act.2001 Edition. 2) The Indian Contract Act (9 of 1872). Professional Book Publishers.

Estimation of requirements of working capital. preparation of profit and loss account and balance sheet as per the companies Act. SEBI regulation. methods of recording and reporting site accounts between project office and head office./Week Credits : 4 Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks In Semester Assessment : 50 marks End Semester Assessment : 50 marks Duration : 3 hrs. Depreciation. Public Deposit. Procedure for master budgets. Cash Management. Cost analysis by traders and by functional element. Factors bearing on size of firms.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Types of budgets. Cost planning techniques.Indian Venture Capital scenario. Credit Management. Stock. Module 6 Corporate Sector :Corporate tax planning.Project Economics & Financial Management Teaching Scheme : Lectures :43 Hrs. Public policies on ICRA grading of exchange. Cost control during design and Construction. Loan Capital. Market value of shares. Borrowings. Escrow Account for PPP Project. Module 5 Budget:Budgetary control system. 1956. Managing payments to suppliers and out standings. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND ANAGEMENT) SEMESTER II 501 027. Various Appraisal Criteria Methods. Bonus Shares. Module Principles of Economics :Importance of the economic background to measurement. Role of Lender’s Engineer. preparation of contract accounts for each project. Module 7 Construction Accounts:Accounting process. Reserves. Installation and running cost of services. Debentures. World financial market. Introduction to Micro financing. Over and under capitalization. Break-even analysis. Obstacles to growth of firms. Module 3 Economic Analysis:Cost implication to different forms of construction and maintenance and maintenance and replacement lives of material. Cash flow analysis. Role of financing institutes in Construction. Venture Capital Financing. CIDC-IRA grading of construction entities. Dividend Policies. objectives of business firm.E. Module 2 Capital: Analysis of need f o r working capital. Capital investment in project. Ratio Analysis. Module 8 Case Studies: Case studies for 1)BOT 2)Dams 3)Mass Transit System 4)Infrastructure Projects 5)Government Funded Projects with respect to a) Project Appraisal b) Raising of funds c) Cost to complete analysis 21 . Risk Analysis and Management Practice. Study of present economy. Budget manual. Module 4 Financial Planning:Long term finance planning. Motives to growth.

regions and sets. 1996. Brealey R. 2 Construction Management & PWD Accounts --. Introduction to Optimization Techniques and their application in Engineering Planning. convex and concave functions. 2010. Two phase method. Wiley. Oliver. Tata McGraw Hill. Various models.Engineering Economy. 15. 9. McGraw Hill. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER II 501 028 -Operations Research Teaching Scheme : Lectures :4 Hrs.E. Fishr. The cost management toolbox . 14. 5. Civil engineering applications.3 Transportation Model and its variants. 11. Tata McGraw Hill. 2003. K. McGraw Hill. Fundamentals of Engineering Economics—Pravin Kumar.Cases in Finance . 13. Wiley India. duality. 10Foundations of Financial Management’. Finance and investment. Games Theory.Reference Books 1 Construction project scheduling and control ----Mubarak. 22 . Projects planning. Design and Construction. McGraw Hill. 1999. 2003.Case studies in finance. Construction Management: Planning and finance-. Feb 2002. special cases in simplex method. McGraw Hill. 8. UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. New Delhi.A.Engineering Economics. 2005 16. Lianabel.1 Use of Operations Research in Civil Engineering and Managerial Decision making process. Module . 12. Sabah Randhawa.Singh H. Analysis Selection.D Lal. Module .India. 2009. 1988 4. McGraw Hill. SECTION-I Module . Leland T. 7. A Managers guide to controlling costs and boosting profits. Blank. Prasanna Chandra Tata McGraw Hill. DeMello McGraw. Implementation and Review. 2012 3.Real Estate. Bruggeman. Anthony Tarquin.2 Linear programming: Formulation of Linear optimization models. 6. Block Hirt.Cormican D. Construction Management and Accounts -. Objective function and constraints. S. David Bedworth. 2008. New Delhi. Construction press. Assignment Model and its variants. Tata McGraw Hill. Simplex method. Principles of Corporate Finance. Kataria & Sons. New Delhi. sensitivity analysis. Method of Big M. Burner. “Financial Management” – Indian Institute of Banking and Finance – Macmillan Publications. India./Week Credits : 4 Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks In Semester Assessment : 50 marks End Semester Assessment : 50 marks Duration : 3 hrs.Engineering Economics—Kumar---Wiley. London. 2009.

Uni-modal Function.Philip&Solberg.Vohra 6. Recursive equation. 10. Gradient techniques.Buffa 8. Module . Module . Operations Management by E.. (b) Replacement models. Simulation. Fibonacci.Taha 2.Chand 11. 3 . 3 and M machines. benefit cost analysis.S. Prentice Hall. (b) Decision theory. Operation Research – Hira and Gupta.S.Operations Research: Principles and Practice-Ravindrav. S.Pilcher 7. Newton’s Method.Sharma 5. Quantitative Techniques in Management by N. Principles of Construction Management by R.P.Module .Wiely 4. Wiely. Operations Research by Hamdy A. Operations Research by J. Rao. Module .4 (a)Dynamic programming:Multi stage decision processes. Multivariable optimization with equality constraints-Lagrange Multiplier Technique.D.Engineering Optimization—Methods and Applications—Ravindran. steepest ascent/decent technique. Module -7 (a) Queuing Theory. Principles of Operations Management by H. Reference Books 1. Engineering Optimazation Theory & Practice – S.5 Non-Linear programming: Single variable unconstrained optimization –Local & Global optima.India 23 . Golden Section methods.Sequential Search Techniques: Dichotomous.6 Multivariable optimization without constraints-The gradient vector and Hessian Matrix. (b) Sequencing model – n jobs through 2.M.Wangner 9. Principles of Operation Research – Wagner. Principle of optimality.Wiley. Application of D.8 (a) Economic Analysis. mathematics of finance.K.

Development.Benchmarks of Human Rights Movement.Philosophical.Police & Human Rights .E.Welfare State & Welfare Schemes Module 2: Human Rights & State Mechanisms . Sociological and Political debates . Evolution . (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER II ** Elective II .Constitutional framework .Elective II Code 2 Credits Course Code 1 Credit Course 501 029A Human Rights 501 Foreign 029 E Language II Building 501 029 F Services and Maintenance 501 029 G Green Building Design and Construction Forensic Civil Engineering (2 Credits course) 501 029 I 501 029J Code Audit Course (No Credit Course) Performing Arts Principle Centred Leadership Resource 501 Human 029 B Development 501 Material 029C Management 501 Value Engineering 029 D 501 029H 501 029 –A -Elective II Module 1: Human Rights Human Rights – Concept. 501 029.Judiciary & Human Rights .Directive Principles of State Policy .Students should select the combination of technical and interdisciplinary courses in order to complete 5 credits from following list.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M.National and State Human Rights Commissions 24 .Fundamental Rights & Duties .Prisons & Human Rights . Human Rights and the Indian Constitution .

Role and Function of Personal Manager.Right to Information Human Rights and the international scene –Primary Information with reference to Engineering Industry. References: 1. by Toby Mendel . Elements of the ICDP i.ielrc. 2008 Internal assessment : i) Assignments based on topics from syllabus and case studies as applicable to relevant discipline of Engineering. Module 4 : Citizens’ Role and Civil Society . .Introduction to International Humanitarian Law by Curtis F.Human Rights in India. supervisory skills. Personal Management – Concept of Personal Management. J. key elements of HRD such as basic literacy. ii) Power point and oral presentation based on of selected topic from syllabus.Right to Environment.A Mapping . integrated construction development paradigm.Unorganized Sector .Right to Development.org/content/w0103. formation 25 .UNESCO . Necessity of Personal Management. training of engineers related to issues such as management capabilities.UNICEF web site 2. -Globalization and Human Rights . various HRD parameters viz.UN Documents . particularly Industrial sectors of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering . functional skills. training rewards and recognition etc. 501 029-B-Elective II Human Resource Management (2 Credits course) Module . performance appraisal.1 Introduction:Need of HRD in the context of globalization. entrepreneurship skills.CD Publishing .e.Module 3: Human Rights of the Different Sections and contemporary issues .Study material on UNESCO. .pdf 3. potential appraisal. 4.Social Movements and Non-Governmental Organizations . Module -2 Training: –Training of multi-skilled workforce.(2 hrs) .Public Interest Litigation -Role of Non Government organizations in implementation of Human rights. quality.International Criminal Court .Usha Ramanathan: free download from http://www. Doebbler . productivity and employee relations in construction. .International Mechanisms (UN & Regional) .Information.

privatization and BOT type of systems. objectives and functions. workers participation in management. purchase procedure. identification of sources of procurement. Bulk purchasing. EOQ. – Tata McGraw Hill. outsourcing. Tata McGraw Hill. flexi working. Reference Books 1. Job evaluation. Quality management and its economics. Rao T . 5. site layout and site organization. personal office at head office and project site. 2. 7. distinct processes associated with human resource management viz. Tata McGraw Hill. Estimation of manpower for company project. concept of (JIT). working conditions. Pareck . personal selection. promotion.” Tata McGraw Hill. 3. various methods of deciding the Remuneration. “Appraising Perfoprmance Appraisal.Elective II --Materials Management (2 Credits course) Module – 1 Importance of Materials Management:Importance of material management and its role in construction industry-scope. performance appraisal. Procurement. safety stock. 26 . transfer. order point control. multi-skilling issues related with subcontracting. control. loss on storage. Module . relation with other departments.3 Inventory and Stores Management : (a) Inventory Management – Inventory Control techniques. Indices used for assessment of effectiveness of inventory management. 4. vendor analysis. legal aspects. Remuneration – Remuneration of personal. (b)Stores Management : Receipt and inspection. 8. stock outs. Module –4 Quality Control and use of MMS: Quality Control – Conventional methods of quality control of Construction materials. “Selected Reading in HRD” Tata McGraw Hill. care and safety in handling. CIDC – IGNOU Training programs. Integrated approach to materials management. health. de-centering. Human Resource Management by Biswajeet Pattanayak Managing Human Resources by Bohlander & Snell Personnel Management’ by Monappa A.1997 Harvard Business Review. planning. Module – 4 Manpower calculations:Techniques of manpower planning. Advantages and limitation of use of EOQ. “HRD in the New Economic Environment”. merit – rating. scheduling of men. 501 029—C. welfare. wastage.MRR. Tata McGraw Hill. Module . “HRD in the New Millenium”. Use of (MMS) – Materials Management Systems in materials planning. considering Risk due to Lead – time. inventory. retirement. Periodic ordering. cost control etc.2 Codification and procurement : Classification and Codification of materials of construction. placement.new delhi. application of AC analysis in inventory control. sampling techniques quality control in process. Manpower estimation at various stages. training. sourcing. Singh. Nair.Just in time management. procurement. 6. Module – 3 HRD department and HRM: Structure of department. “Excellence through Human Resource D evelopment”.of joint ventures. Standardization in materials and their management. Role of materials manager. materials and equipment. Vendor analysis concept of (MRP) Material requirement planning.Statistical method of quality control. ABC analysis-Procedure and its use.

assessing effectiveness of value analysis. Exercise of Unit-1. factor contributing to value such as aesthetic. elements of a job plan viz. Estimating and Costing By: G. Exercise of Unit-1. Purchasing and Inventory Control.Sharma.Gopalkrishnan. & Mgt. O. horticulture. DCF methods.S.P. Information. Implementation. Reference Books 1. S. Lesson 1 of the Text Book.3 Valuation:Types of value.. various applications. Writing & Speaking: Unit-1.T. Estimating and Costing By: Rangwala Published By: Charotar Publishing House. value analysis team. 501 029—E-Elective II-. historical places. Property valuers. P.Banga. 5. Lesson 2 of the Text Book (Grammar & Vocabulary). Economics. Menon. Industrial Engg. follow up action. Lesson 3 of the Text Book & workbook.Joglekar. Everest Publ. purposes of valuation factors affecting value. Wheeler Publication. Prentice Hall.Reference Books 1. S. Unit-1. ROR analysis. Materials Management.R. T. 8. basic and secondary functions. P.Birdie 7. Costing Specifications & valuation in Civil EngineeringBy: M. Sundershan. Value Engineering: Analysis And Methodology By Del Younke 2. present worth analysis. Prentice Hall 3. Lesson 2 of the Text Book & workbook. Unit-1.Gopalkrishnan. Industrial Organization & Engg. Dutta & Company. Different methods of performing value engineering. Khanna Publ. standard formats.N Dutta Published S. time value. presentation. Practical Information for Quantity Surveyors. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------501 029—D. 6. ergonomic.Chakraborty Published By: Author. benefits of value analysis. Dhanpat Rai Publ. 2. 4. Revision & speaking practice. Module 2 Advance Vocabulary.Elective II Value Engineering and valuation (2 Credits course) Module – 1 Value Analysis Value : Meaning of value. Estimating and Costing in Civil Engineering: Theory and Practice B. Lesson 3 of the Text Book. Lesson 3 of the Text Book (Grammar & Vocabulary). P.Khanna. Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan. Module – 2 Life cycle costing:Life cycle costing – Forecasting of Capital as well as operating & maintenance costs. Handbook of materials management. orientation. 3. Inventory Management. Lucknow. Case study of any one Report. principles of value analysis. sensitivity analysis. economic : identifying reasons or unnecessary costs : Value Analysis : 10 Commandments of value analysis.C. Module .by K. technical. Estimating. Reference 27 . 4. contents. Architects Engineers and Builders. Module – 4 Valuation Report:Valuation Report.C. L. Different methods of valuation for different types of assets such as land and building.Foreign Language –II French-II (1 Credit course) Module 1 French Grammar and Vocabulary: Unit-1. 2008 reprint.Jhamb.

Co-ordination and management of design and installation of various building services systems during the design and construction stages in particular the builder’s works.K. Buiding Services—S. 2ed. communication and protection system. vertical transportation equipment ventilation systems. Building services engineering system for intelligent buildings: Introduction to information transmission systems. Sustainable Urban Development. Global Warming. Introduction to Green Buildings.102. Energy Conservation in Buildings. Building Maintenance Management. Major Environmental Challenges. Goregaon (E). Storm Water Harvesting and Management. Jumelage-I Text Book by Manjiri Khandekar & Roopa Luktuke (Latest edition) 2.C. Conducting an Energy Audit.Fundamentals of Green Building Design and Construction (1 Credit course) Module 1 Principles of Sustainability. Module 2 The concepts and importance of energy conservation and energy efficiency for environmental protection. Computer-aided design and installations of building services. Implication of low cost. Water cycle strategies. eQuest Energy Simulations. Energy and Atmosphere . Miantenance of Buildings—A. 501 029 – G-Elective II .Panchodhari—New Age International Publishers.Patil---(ISBN-978-81-7525-980-5). Sick building syndrome. poor installation. The impacts of life-cycle-cost on planning and implementation. inefficient equipment. 28 . Sound and vibration attenuation features. environmental protection and maintenance of building services systems. Wiley India 3. Provisions for safe operation and maintenance.LEED Credits. Building energy system strategies. call systems. Sustainability. HVAC Systems.Mumbai-65 2.Vaidya Marg. 1-C. Testing and commissioning of building services systems: fire safety systems.1. An appreciation of capital and operating costs.M. Energy Conservation and Water Conservation Introduction to Course.Gen A. Renewable Energy. etc. Water Conservation in Buildings. selection of environmentally friendly products and materials used in building services systems. inadequate access for maintenance. Provision of space in the building to accommodate building services. Fossil Fuels vs.Saamana Pariwar Society. Jumelage-I workbook by Roopa Luktuke ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------501 029—F--Elective II Building Services and Maintenance (1 Credit course) Module 1 Integrated design: factors affecting selection of services/systems.---Chanter. public address system and Building automation/management systems. Structural integrity of building services equipment. Reference books 1. LEED.

Forensic Civil Engineering (1 Credit course) Module 1 Introduction to forensic engineering.LEED Credits. 3rd Ed.Module 2 Green Materials and Green building codes Green Construction Materials. International Green Construction Code.Jasraj. Laya. C&D Recycling.Monitoring and instrumentation.G. Miller Jr. Books/Audio CD 1. Failurestypes.August. Experiencing oneness with nature and the super power by performing individually or in a group.H--Elective II -. and Solutions”.. Materials and Resources . Various “Bandishes” and “Gharanas” or styles. Legal issues. Role of “Taala” and “Laya” in dance.LEED Credits. John Wiley.T. Indoor Environmental Quality – Basic. Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) 501 029. (2004) “Living in the Environment: Principles. causes and mechanisms . Instrumental. Publ. Ragas and their classification based on time and “RaasaNirmitee”. 29 .Carbon accounting. Various gharanas in traditional dance types Fusion with other dance styles. Jivi Jivai (Golden Voice Golden Years) Pt. Brooks Cole. IEQ . Various dance form. Sur. Repairs and remediation. Light Indian Music-different types. Seasons and Ragas. Forensic investigations-tools and techniques. Building Deconstruction.2013 501 029—I-Elective II -. Green Building Specifications. 14th Ed.Performing Arts – Music and Dance (Audit course--Non Credit course) Module 1 : Indian Music Vocal. Bandishes with notations composed by the author. Hoboken. 2. Tal. Experiencing ethos and bliss by listening to performances of various reputed artists. Connections. Odissy etc. New Jersey 2. Assessement of damage. Bharatnatyam. Risk and risk assessement. . Importance of “Abhinaya” (acting) in dance. Hindustani Sangeet Paddhati by Pt. Building Commissioning. Association of Consulting Civil Engineers(I). Reference Books -1.Case studies.Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande publ. Experiencing the Indian cultural power through individual and group performances. References Proceedings. Swarganga Foundation. Materials selection strategies Green building codes and standards. Kibert (2008) “Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery”. Mitigation of failure. Module 2 Professional practice and ethics.C. Conference on Forensic Civil Engineering.J. California 3. Kuchipudi.. Pacific Grove. Module 2 : Indian Classical Dance Types –Kathak.

Lassez Fairre. 501 029 – J -Elective II -. integrated approach—Feedings First Indian Reprint 2011—Yesdee publications 8. Business ideas generation methods— creative imagination. Reference Books 1. transactional. Art of Dancing classing and folk dance by priyabala Shah. 4. Vinita Shah. functional and Strategic Competencies. published by NICMAR 5. b)Strategic Management: Necessity in the context of global challenges. means of providing extrinsic motivation. Tantra Mantra Yantra in Dance: An Exposition of Kathaka. Qualities of a leader. newspaper exercise activity.3. transformational. Parimal publication 9. Swarganga foundation. Objectives of strategic management. Tata Mcgraw Hill 30 . Principle centered leadership based on Stephen Covey habits. Developing organizations for the achievement of strategic objectives.Birju Maharaj. Leadership and Competency a) Motivation:-Necessity. Module 2 : Entrepreneurship and strategic Management a) Entrepreneurship: .Principle Centered Leadership (Audit course--Non Credit course) Module 1 : Motivation.Qualities of an entrepreneur. Bandishes composed and sung by author mostly available on cassettes Swarganga Foundation. Amita Mital . types. Munshiram Manoharlal publication. brainstorming.Ompraksh Thakur. Human Resource Development In The Building Industry. The dance Orissi – Mohan Khokar published by (2010) Abhinav Publications. Leadership.Kumar Gandharava. Publ. 8th Habit – from effectiveness to greatness Stephen Covey—Franklin Covey Publications 4.K. New Delhi 7. Anup Rag Vilas by Pt. Forecasting abilities and methods. Seven habits of highly effective people—Stephen Covey—Franklin Covey Publications 2. Identification of competency gaps at managerial cadre level through benchmarking requirements based on role. Introduction to Bharata’s Natyashastra by Adya Rangacharya. Types of Leadership viz. Construction project Management. Human Resources Management & Human Relations . Cases in Strategic Management. Generic. 8. Pranav Bharati. Training and Developmental programs for competency gap closure. Rasa Gunjan by Pt. Himalaya 6. Dealing with uncertainties. Human Resource Management Biswajeet Pattanayak published by Prentice Hall 7. D. by Pt. Importance of developing competencies. Ltd. Ideas evaluation based on John Mullion’s 7 point test concept of a B—plan. V P Michael . Living the seven habits Stephen Covey—Franklin Covey Publications 3. Swarganag foundation 5.Prinword Pvt. mapping and assessment. by Ranjana Shrivastava. publ. 6. b) Competency Mapping:Definition of competency.

TW :: 50 Marks Credits 4 Term work should consist of any 6 assignments out of the first 8. 1. associated with on-going major construction work-visit report to be submitted. The demonstration of software is not expected. Any 2 assignments on Elective-II 9. Assignment on use of Transportation Model. Assignment on any one software used . 4 hrs. 2. Assignment on preparation of comparative statement for an item rate contract.. Assignment on study on a tender/contract document on Civil Engineering Work. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER II 501 030 Lab Practice II Teaching Scheme Pract.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. 10. 5. accounting systems. tendering procedures. 7. Assignment on preparation of a balance sheet for any construction organization. 4./week Examination Scheme Oral : 50 Marks.An estimation and tendering software /primavera software / ERP software. 3. assignments 9 and 10 are compulsory. Assignment on project cash flow statement and its evaluation using at least 2 methods. Assignment on use of linear programming 6. Students are required to operate the software. 31 . funds raising and other financial management aspects.8.E. billing procedures etc. Minimum two site visits to study the feasibility aspects.

/week Examination Scheme Oral : 50 Marks. xi. Wherever possible. the topic for the seminar-I may be decided on the dissertation work to be done in semester III & IV. case studies Relevance to the present national and global scenario of construction industry Strengths and weaknesses of the particular area of seminar R & D in the particular area Benefit cost studies – feasibility studies Vendors associated Conclusions References Students should prepare a power point presentation to be delivered in 15 minutes and should be able to answer questions asked in remaining five minutes. v. ix. vii.. i.E. 32 . ii. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER II 501 031 Seminar – I Teaching Scheme Pract. 4 hrs. x. vi. viii. iii. iv. TW :: 50 Marks Credits 4 Term work should consist of spiral bound report on any technical topic of interest associated with the post graduate course and should be submitted in a standard format having the following contents . Introduction Literature Survey Theoretical contents Field Applications.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M.

Protocol.III 601 032-Environment & Energy for Sustainable Construction Teaching Scheme : Lectures :4 Hrs. 3E’s Environmental Economics. Ethics & Ecology of sustainable development.Energy analysis-active HVAC 33 . sun and solar radiation-Psychometrics-passive heating and air cooling systems. Economic Impacts Concept of Significance Effect. Energy Services Companies (ESCOs).Revisions and present status of implementation Module-4 Moduleed nations Framework Convention on Climate change(UNFCC). Type of Socio economic Impacts. Role of UNFCCC & Government of India. Types of energy Performance Contracts. Outline of basic steps in performing the socio economic assessment. Aesthetic and Economic Environment. (CIVIL) CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT SEMESTER .Electricity Act 2003 . Methodology and Procedure: What is CDM? Methodology & Procedures for CDM. Commitments of resources. Various ways of financing Energy efficient projects. Eligibility. Clean Development Mechanism(CDM). Criteria. Evaluation of energy efficient projects. Carbon credits and its trading. Social. Module –7 Energy Efficient Services: Energy building design-Energy efficient and environmental friendly building-Thermal phenomena-Thermal comfort-Indoor air quality-climate./Week Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks Credits : 4 In Semester Assessment: 50 marks End Semester Assessment: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Fiscal Impacts Analysis Module –3 Environment and pollution Control Laws: Rules and regulations & Laws governing Energy .Prototype Carbon Funds(PCF). Highways.Revisions and present state of implementation standardization & Labeling .Conservation in India & developed Nations – Energy Conservation Act 2001. E. Module –1 Environment and its impact: Concept of Environment & Environmental Impact Factors & area of consideration for Mega Projects such as Airports. Conference of Parties(COP). Role of Financial Institutions and corporate banks. Deferred Payment Financing . and their role. Power Projects. Measurement of Environmental &Socio Economic Impact & Other concepts: Natural /Physical Environmental Impacts. UNFCCC. Water Related Projects. Social Impacts.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Emphasis on ESCOs Module -6 Clean Development Mechanism Benefits for Energy Conservation Projects. Module –2 Socio Economic Impacts: Physical. Benefits to developing countries Module –5 Energy Efficient Projects & Financing of energy Efficiency Projects : Energy efficient Projects.

By Silvia Rezessy And Paolo Bertoldi.improvement of boiler efficiency.goals and policies –energy audit-types of wastage-priority of conservative measures. Doabia. 3. 6. UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Quality Assurance (QA/QC). Financing Energy Efficiency: Forging The Link 8. Reference Books: 1.maintenance of energy program. Canter Environmental. Brian Henderson. Limaye. J. Environmental Engineering. Public Procurement Of Energy Efficiency Services Lessons From International Experience by Jas Singh. 8th Edition 11. Doabia. Organization necessary for implementation of quality. preparation.frequency of blow down – steam leakage-Steam flash and condense return. Quality manual-Contents. Turner. 4. Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit by Larry W. by Alexandros Gasparatos and per Stromberg. responsibility matrix. Jeffrey Peirce. May 2010 9. Socioeconomic and Environmental Impacts of Biofuels. Energy Conservation Act 2001.facility modifications – energy recovery dehumidifier. 4th Edition. I. Environmental Pollution and Control. Between Financing And Project Implementation. S. Module –8 Energy Management: Energy management of electrical equipment – Improvement of power factor-management of maximum demand-Energy savings in Pumps-Fans-Compressed air Systems-energy savings in lighting system-air conditioning system-Applications-Facility operation and maintenance. monitoring for quality. data required. Electricity Act 2003. 4 E by Weiner CBS Publishers 2010. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) 601 033 TQM in Construction Teaching Scheme : Lectures :4 Hrs. October 2012. Tata McGraw Hill. And Xiaoyu Shi 10. Crosby. Second Edition 2010. Nov 1997 7. difference between Quality control. Doabia and M. Energy Management Handbook By Steve Doty And Wayne C. 34 . Juran. Environmental and Pollution Laws in India by Justice T.water heat recovery –steam plants and distribution systems. 5.E. Dilip R. Quality aspects in every phase in the life cycle of Construction project. P. S./Week Examination Scheme: Theory Paper : 100 Marks Credits : 4 In Semester Assessment: 50 marks End Semester Assessment: 50 marks Duration: 3 hrs. Need for TQM in construction industry. Environmental Monitoring and Characterization by Artiola CBS Publishers 2006. S. P Aarne Vesilind And Ruth Weiner. Total quality control (TQC) and Total Quality Management (TQM). Module –1 Concept of Quality: Definition of quality as given by Deming. 2. Institute Of Energy European Commission. S.PDCA Cycle.Systems-Preliminary investigation.

A. (iii) Assessment of overall construction process from concept to completion of a construction project. Module –6 Achieving TQM on Construction Projects: Advantages.Necessity. seven types of construction defects. probability distribution Six sigma ratings. Module –3 Training and development of Human Resources: Training needs assessment. for commonly used formats.Quality System Standards.Certification process for ISO 9001. International Standards Organization – ISO 9001 and ISO 9004 2. Tata Mcgraw Hill Publ. Module –5 Study of ISO 9004. preparation for training. Quality Control and Total Quality Management. Application of dispersion methods in quality control of construction activity. 35 . Module –8 Application of Six Sigma tool to : (i) RCC Work in building (ii) DLC and PQC layers in road construction. 360’ feedback for quality.Jain. Benchmarking. Eight Principles of ISO-Basic meaning. six sigma as an effective tool in TQM. Reference Books 1. Juran’s Quality Handbook – Joseph M. principles. technical and managerial competencies necessary for achieving quality. Mantri Handbook – A to Z of Construction – Mantri Publications 3. Prentice India Ltd. evolution – Historical aspects. barriers. Blanton. 5. Module –4 Development of quality circles. Difference between ISO 9001 and ISO 9004. Training on Project Rework Reduction Tool (PRRT) software.destructive and Non destructive Test (NDT) (B) Stastical Quality Control. Management support and commitment necessary for achieving implementation for quality system standards. monitoring and control. Quality control chart-Testing required for quality control of construction material used in RCC Work. Module –7 Six Sigma: Definition of six sigma. Freund-Hall.Module-2 Quality Control tools and statistical quality Control: (A) Histogram. Non Conformity reports (NCR). remedial strategy for reducing NCR’s. Juran. Probability and Statistics for Engineers – Miller.training for preparation of checklist necessary for RCC work. Certification bodies involved. Purpose of ISO Standards.L. CIDC-CQRA quality rating systems. quality inspection team. steps in implementation. applying these principles for an effective quality process in the organization. Six sigma training. P. Importance of third party quality audits. Pareto diagram. Fishbone diagram. Quality functions deployment (QFD). Determining cost of poor quality including hidden cost. customers satisfaction surveys. inspection reports. Godfrey – Mcgraw Hill International Edition (1998) 4.

cooling towers . (CIVIL) CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT SEMESTER-III *** Elective III . Thermal power stations. Madras atomic power station. Fire. E. tunnel form.power supply. Cantilever Bridges Segmental construction & Box Girders. Construction of special type of bridges such as cable stayed bridge. Problems and solutions – during maintenance and up-keep of structures.Natural draft cooling towers (NDCT) & Induced draft cooling tower (IDCT). Dewatering. Jump form technology. Oil drilling Platforms. 36 . Ash handling system. construction of foundation and Super structure. Module 2 Bridges. Off shore structure such as. finished concrete. Chimneys (single and multi-flue). Case study of Kaiga atomic power station. Windmills. different methods and techniques of construction. Innovative methods of construction – Slip form technology.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. Vibration etc. Subsidence. Steel Bridges. Dredging equipment and techniques for construction of Channels and Islands. Transmission towers. Ventilation . Arch Bridges. Electro Static Precipitator (ESP). Dry wall technology. suspension and Pre-stressed bridge. Module 4 High rise buildings – Construction methods and techniques using in-situ concrete.Students should select the combination of technical and interdisciplinary courses in order to complete 5 credits from following list. Plastering Machines. Precast Concrete & Structural Steel. 601 034--Elective III Code 2 Credits Course Code 1 Credit Course 601 034A Advanced Construction Technology 601 Project Risk 034 E Analysis and Mitigation Techniques 601 034 F G Foreign Language 601 034 H Code Audit Course (No Credit Course) Chess 601 034 B 601 034 C 601 034 D Infrastructure Development International Contracting Thrust Areas in Project Management 601 034I Abacus 601 034 –A-Elective III Advanced Construction Technology (2 Credits course) Module 1 Construction of power generating structures – Atomic Power stations.Underground and over ground structures. Containment Structure. Module 3 Construction of Metro Railway .Safety.Beacons. fire Fighting .

role.Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission. Port. 2. Infrastructure Development.Magazine 4. Ports Connectivity Projects. Railwa y. published by Govt.Reference Books : 1.Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana. Infrastructure Development in India by Rajarshi Majumder Rawat Publications – 2010 7. 8. responsibility of project management consultants.Infrastructure Today . -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------601 034—B--Elective III -.Document of five year plans. Construction Technology by Roy Chudley and Roger Greeno. Module – 4 Provisions made for Infrastructure Development in the 12th and 13th five year plans of the planning commission Government of India. Escrow Agreement. Problem areas and solutions. issues in developing.Infrastructure Development (2 Credits course) Module—1 Construction Industry: Nature. Mahesh Varma 4. SPV’s for Infra projects. Power s ector. Joshi Vision Publications – 2010. 6. Various Agencies associated with infrastructure development in India as regards various sectors. Module—2 Status of Infrastructure in India: Road sector. Indian Highways – Journals 37 . Module—3 Issues related to infrastructure development – pre – requisites necessary to ensure success for switching over from public sector management to private sector management. 6. communication. Khanna Publishers. Journal of the ‘Indian Roads’ Congress. Role of infrastructure development in employment generation and improving of the National economy. 2011 2. C. RGGVY . brochures. N. Formation of the Indian Infrastructure Development Corporation. Sharma. Equipment and methods – Peurifoy-Tata McGraw Hill Publication 3. size and structure. Draft Concession Agreement for PPP projects. oil and gas industr y. Indian budget and its relation with Infrastructure development projects in India. NICMAR Publications on Construction Engineering. of India. Nuclear Power Projects in India Reference Books 1 Construction Engineering & management of Projects( For Infrastructure & Civil Works) by S. characteristics. firms etc. Health and educational services.India Infrastructure Report – Rakesh Mohan 3. wat er suppl y and drainage. Indira Gandhi International Air Port project. FDI in Infrastructure development. JNNURM . publications from construction companies. 5. Prentice Hall. Indo – US Nuclear Deal. PMGSY – Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana. Various programs related with Infrastructure development in rural and urban sector. 5. funding and managing infrastructure projects. Construction Planning. Construction Equipment Planning and Applications – Dr.Public Private Partnership in Infrastructure by R. Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Infrastructure. Manuals. 2005. 2nd Edition. Reports of actual works executed.

scope. IMF. BRT. BOO. nature. ADB. New York 4. Dispute Review Board Manual by Robert Matyas and Mathews. A Short Course in International Contracts: Drafting the International Sales by By Karla C. DBO. rules – regulations in funding various projects. role of Asia.CASE studies of any 2 major project executed/functioning under International contracting. International Construction Contracting – K. Advantages of DRB’s UNICTRAL Proceedings for International Arbitration.601 034. ROO. MOOT. and their role. Reference Books: 1. Module – 4 Disputes Resolving – International Courts.S. special features. Unified Contract Documents by Ministry of Statistics and program implementation. Project exports from India. bilateral and multilateral funding. formation of DRB’s (Dispute resolving boards) functioning and experiences in India and abroad. methods of handling. CIDC – SIAC Arbitration. Government of India. FIDIC documents 3. BOR. African bank etc.C. BLT. Institutionalized Arbitration. Module – 2 Study and application of various conditions of contract under the FIDIC document. forming alliance. 5. Shippe : world trade press 2. 6.Elective III . Module – 3 International Projects – Types of BOT systems such as BOT.Vaid-NICMAR Publication 38 . suitable organizational structure.Pacific region countries in the present construction development. McGraw Hill. Impact of WTO/GATS on the Indian Construction Sector as regards domestic market and export sector.International Contracting (2 Credits course) Module –1 International contracting – meaning. International financing : Various institution such as WB. BTO & DBFOT. BOLT – Contractual procedures. Development of regulatory framework. ROT.N. Construction Contracts & Claims – Simon M. present status of the International construction market. Selection of personnel to suit socio-economic-environmental culture in other countries. trade practices etc. BOOT.

partnering as an effective risk sharing mechanism. Importance of Earned value analysis. reduction in economic benefits. Module-2 S. Any case study on Project pre—planning. Advantages of CCM. S. Any one case study on fast track constriction. PDRT for residential and industrial buildings. Measuring. T. start or finish method. W. risk management and QM. W. T. Benefits of S. M. Advantages. Management strategy for implementing S. C. Concepts of cost variance. Form of contract suitable for fast track projects. O. O. M. repetitive type work package method. Module--4 Earned Value Analysis and Project Reporting Earned Value Analysis:-Definition of earned value. matrix utility of S. Decision whether to invest in project design Concept of PDRI— Project definition rating index. b) Project partnering:Delimitation. W. partnering charter. partnering workshop. Scheduling program default report content. Ratio method. Conduct S. T. threats analysis. Indian Construction industry. M. in construction organizations and on construction projects. W. Weaknesses. report Sorting. W. Indentifying the chain associated connecting various processes between the supplier and the customer in context of construction project.601 034 – D-Elective III -Thrust Areas in Project Management (2 Credits course) Module—1 Project Pre-planning and Partnering a) Project preplanning:Project Influence cost diagram. O. analysis and S. C. various stakeholders of projects associated with reporting. O. cost performance index and schedule performance index methods of determining earned value viz. Advantage. Supply Chain Management. Complex construction work package method. C Critical success factors for implementation Any case study on project partnering. Fast Track Construction:-Diagrammatic representation of the concept of the fast track construction. Module-3 Critical Chain Management (CCM) and Fast Track Construction Critical Chain Management (CCM):-Concept of critical chain in construction projects based on the theory of constraints. M a)S. monitoring and controlling the critical chain. 39 . Utility of PDRI with respect to benchmarking. C. Accounting practices for determining the earned value. Advantages of partnering role in preventing construction disputes. S. T Strengths. matrix on strategic planning and management. selection criteria. Definition selecting pre-planning team and evaluation of alternatives. opportModuleies. interpretation. Concept of Supplier and customer in context of ISO. T. Concept of guaranteed maximum pricing (GMP). Project Reporting Guidelines for report preparation. C. schedule variance. for individual construction organization. Need for project preplanning in the context of time and cost overruns. Developing critical chain plans for a single project and multiple projects. O. b) S. suitability of fast track construction.

Use of project Management software’s in reporting.Dr. 4.Reporting requirements of particular specifications. Reference Books 1. Construction Project management—Planning. risk adjusted discount rate method. Scheduling Construction Projects—Principles and practices—Sandra Weber—Indian edition published in 2012—Pearson Publication. use of Risk Assessment tables. types of risks. 3. Projects. 2. decision tree analysis. Project Management—Financial evaluation with strategic planning. risk profile method. Transit Insurance policy (LOPCE) Loss of performance of construction equipment policy.. Study of sample project reports. 2004 2nd Edition 2. 3 point estimated method. 4. Reference Books 1. Projects Planning Analysis Selection Implementation And Review – Prasanna Chandra.K. Micro. Residual risk. reprinted in 2011—Vikas publishing House Pvt. Project Risk Analysis And Management Guide By John Bartlett APM Publishing Limited. Dr. Shroff Publ. absorbing or pooling.Raina. Stages in Investment. Module –2 Use of risk prompts. market. Scheduling and controlling—K. Tata Mcgraw Hill Publ. certainly equivalent method. project level risk analysis approach. mitigation of un-quantified risk. 6.Risk analysis General – Importance of Risk. Dealing with uncertainties Sensitivity analysis. Probability distribution. Construction Engineering And Management – Seetharaman. ASCE journal papers on project pre-planning to be used. moderately co-related and un-correlated cash flows.Loss of profit policy (TI). Tata Mcgraw Hill Publ. utility of Grading of construction entities for reliable risk assessment. quantifiable and un-quantified risks. reducing. K. Construction Management Practice. 40 . transferring. Risk Mitigation – by elimination. Industrial Engineering And Management Of Manufacturing Systems. ASCE journal papers on project partnering to be used. RAMP Handbook By Institution Of Civil Engineers And The Faculty And Institute Of Actuariesthomas Telford Publishing. scenario analysis simulation.Surendra Kumar Satya Prakashan 3. determination of NPV and its standard deviation for perfectly co-related. life-cycle. Prasanna Chandra. Risk analysis and Management for projects (RAMP) – Identifying risk events. Ltd. 601 034-E-Elective III Project Risk Analysis and Mitigation Techniques (1 Credits course) Module – 1 .V. avoiding. certainty index method. details of RAMP process. Pre-project planning handbook—published by Construction Industry Institute (CIT) USA. Coverage of risk through CIDC’s MOU with the Actuarial Society of India through risk premium such as (BIP) – Bidding Indemnity Policy (DIMO) – Delay in meeting obligation by client policy. (SOC) – Settlement of claims policy (LOP). 7. networking and control—Bhavesh Patel—2nd edition 2010. London. 8. K. 5. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited. Chitkara. Chitkara—Eight reprint 2004. Construction Project Management. K.

. accident management References 1. Lesson 4 of the Text Book & workbook . 1982. safety policy. Revision & practice of conversation (Simple questions & answers) Reference: Jumelage-I Text Book by Manjiri Khandekar & Roopa Luktuke Jumelage-I workbook by Roopa Luktuke 601 034—G--Elective III . personal protective equipment. Exercise of Unit-1.1979.Accident Prevention: Principles of accident prevention.cidc.9. K. New Age International 10. safety committees. job safety analysis. Project Management. Chicago. Lesson 4 of the Text Book (Grammar & Vocabulary). Construction Safety. Revision & speaking practice Module 2: Advance Vocabulary. 2. fire safety.in 601 034—F-Elective III French-III (1 Credit course) Module 1: French Grammar and Vocabulary: Unit-1. 41 . safety inspection. Potential hazards/risks associated with construction sites and high risk activities such as the use of hoist. Lesson 4 of the Text Book. reporting accidents and dangerous occurrences. and Loss Prevention. Codes of practice. Practicing Simple conversation in French. J. electrical hazards. Government's policy in industrial safety. Workplace ergonomics including display screen equipment and manual handling. John Wiley and Sons. Safety in typical civil structures – Dams-bridges-water Tanks-Retaining walls-Critical factors for failure-Regular Inspection and monitoring. Unit-1.B.Construction materials –Specifications – suitability – Limitations – Merits and demerits – Steel structures –Concrete structure. first aid and emergency preparedness. Module 2: Construction Safety Management and Accident Prevention Safety training. safety audit. fault tree analysis. historical background and current perspective. safety & health legislation in India. www.Safety Practices in Construction (1 Credit course) Module 1: Introduction to Construction Safety And Safety Technology--Introduction to construction safety. Accident Prevention Manual for Industrial Operations. Construction Sites (Safety) Regulations. NSC.Nagarajan. Fulman. Safety in Erection and closing operation . Working at height and working in confined space. Security. Writing & Speaking.

Stalemate. Pointing Module 2 End game. Defining the draws in Chess Reference: As specified by the instructor 601 034 – I -Elective III ABACUS (Audit course--Non Credit course) Module 1 Introduction of Abacus. Concept of visualization. Notation.CHESS (Audit course--Non Credit course) Module 1 Introduction of chess game. The concept of attacking.H -Elective III . Opening principles. Piece exchange. the place of chess board . . Pawn Promotion. What is chess board. Determine cube root & square root Reference: As specified by the instructor 42 . The concept check with different pieces. addition & subtraction with help of help of small friends. Chess pieces position & its moves. Multiplication & Division Module 2 Additional & Subtraction with decimal concept.601 034 . attacking a piece. Mate/Checkmate. Pin. Castling. big friends & big family.

E. printed on both the sides of paper on vacational training of 2 weeks 43 . including the data collection necessary for the project work. printed on both the sides of paper on the topic of dissertation work and should be submitted in a standard format having the following contents. i) A report on training undergone on a construction project site/organization/for a period of minimum 15 days. 4 hrs./week Examination Scheme Oral : 50 Marks. ii) A report on the topic of dissertation.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. containing the following: a) Literature review and problem statement formulation. Students should prepare a power point presentation to be delivered in 15 minutes and should be able to answer questions asked in remaining five minutes. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER III 601 035 Seminar – II Teaching Scheme Pract. II) Spiral bound report preferably. b) Research Methodology and proposed schedule of completion of project work. TW : 50 Marks Credits 4 Term work should consist of --I) Spiral bound report preferably.

Field Applications. Data collection from field/organizations or details of experimental work/analytical work vii. preferably printed on both the sides of paper. iii. containing the following contents. case studies vi. TW . 50 marks Credits 8 The project work will start in semester III. Theoretical contents associated with topic of research v.) 44 . and should preferably be a live problem in the industry or macro-issue having a bearing on performance of the construction industry and should involve scientific research./week Examination Scheme Oral: 50 Marks. collection. i. The dissertation stage I report should be presented in a standard format. ii. Literature Survey. Details of remaining work to be completed during the project work stage II ix. in a spiral bound hard copy.E. References Students should prepare a power point presentation to be delivered in 25 minutes and should be able to answer questions asked in remaining five minutes. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER III 601 036 Project Stage I Teaching Scheme Pract. 8 hr. Introduction including objectives. Part analysis / inferences viii. and analysis of data. limitations of study. background to the research. determining solutions and must preferably bring out the individuals contribution.(It is preferred that at least one paper on the research area be presented in a conference or published in a referred journal. Problem statement and methodology of work iv.UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M. design.

UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M./week Examination Scheme End Semester Assessment : 50 marks TW :: 50 Marks Oral / Presentation-100 marks Credits : -5 Term work should consist of a spiral bound report on the topic of dissertation work. Seminar III will be assessed based on the requirements of completion of project work for the project stage II.E. 5 hrs. 20 hrs. (The due weightage will be given for the paper(s) on topic of project presented in a conferences or published in referred journals.E. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER IV 601 038 Project Work Stage II Examination Scheme Oral/Presentation : 50 Marks TW : 150 Marks Credits : . UNIVERSITY OF PUNE M./week The final dissertation should be submitted in black bound hard copy as well as a soft copy on CD. along with oral examination of the same. 45 .) The Term Work of Dissertation of semester IV should be assessed jointly by the pair of internal and external examiners.20 Teaching Scheme Pract. preferably typed on both the sides of pages and should be submitted in a standard format. Students should prepare a power point presentation to be delivered in 15 minutes and should be able to answer questions asked in remaining five minutes. (CIVIL) (CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT) SEMESTER IV 601 034 Seminar – III Teaching Scheme Pract.

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