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NDUSINTERNATIONALUNIVERSITY

Annexure2
FacultyAcademicCourseDeliveryPlan[FACDP]

1.

ScopeandObjectiveoftheCourse:
ThiscoursedealwiththefundamentalconceptsoftheBuildingConstructions.Thiscoursediscusses
thedifferentmaterialsusedinbuildingconstruction,thevariousstructuralbuildingcomponents,the
methods for detailing various types of buildings with all specifications, building bye laws and
regulations.

2.

TextBooks(TB):
TB1:BuildingConstructionbyS.C.Rangwala.
TB2:BuildingConstructionbyB.C.Punmia
TB3:BuildingConstructionbyP.CVarghese.
Sl.No.
Items
1
NameofSchool
2
ProgramName
3
Semester
4
CourseCode
5
CourseName
6
Lecture/Tutorial/Practical
(Periodsperweek)
7
CourseCredit
8
CourseCoordinator/FacultyName

Description
SSET
B.Tech(CE)
4
BTCE219
BuildingConstruction
4/1

Remarks

4
ManjitSingh

ReferenceBooks(RB):BuildingConstructionbyB.C.Punmia
3.

OtherReadingmaterialsandRelevantWebsites:

Sl.No.
Link1

LinksofJournals,Magazines,websitesandResearchPapers
http://nptel.ac.in/syllabus/syllabus.php?subjectId=105102088

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0950061813010192

4.

FacultyAcademicCourseDeliveryPlan[FACDP]:

Lect.No.(1Hour)

Topics

TB/RB

Secno.(PG
no)

15

Brick&StoneMasonry:
Termsused;typesofbonds;
theirmeritsanddemerits;
Rubbleandashlarjointsin
stonemasonary,introduction
tocementconcretehollow
blocks,advantagesand
disadvantagesofconcrete
blockmasonryoverbrick

TB1

211266

masonry.

614

1419

WallsandFoundation:Load
bearingandnonloadbearing
walls,estimationofloadon
wallsandfootings,Thickness
considerations,partitionand
cavitywallsdesignof
masonrywalls,pillarsand
footings.

TB1

169,17,225

DampProofing:Sources,
Causesofdampnessin
buildings,badeffectsof
dampness,methodsofdamp
proofing.

TB1

309313

Assignment1;Quiz1;Test1
2024

2529

3036

3741

4245

Arches and Lintels:


Introduction to terms used
in Arches; different types
of arches; brick and stone
arches, types and functions
of lintels.
Roofs: Introduction, terms
used, types of roof trusses
and roof coverings, details
of rain proofing, rain water
pipes.
Doors and Windows:
Introduction, terms used,
location of doors and
windows, types of doors
and windows, methods of
fixing doors and window
frames in walls.
Ventilators. Site selection;
and orientation of building.
Plastering, Pointing and
Painting: Introduction,
objects and types, special
materials for plastered
surfaces, distempering,
white washing and color
washing of plastered
surfaces.
Floors: Introduction,
various types of floors
commonly used and their
suitability for different
buildings, constructional
details of concrete ant
Terrazzo floorings, marble
flooring, anti- termite
treatment.

TB1

TB1

365382

489510

TB1

421452

TB1

513540

TB1

471488

Assignment2;Quiz2;Test2
7.Syllabus&itsweightage
BTCE219BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION

Syllabus

Brick&StoneMasonry:Termsused;typesofbonds;theirmeritsand
demerits;Rubbleandashlarsjointsinstonemasonry,introductionto
cementconcretehollowblocks,advantagesanddisadvantagesof
concreteblockmasonryoverbrickmasonry.

TotalNo.of
Lectures

Weightage

10%

20%

15%

WallsandFoundation:Loadbearingandnonloadbearingwalls,
estimationofloadonwallsandfootings,Thicknessconsiderations,
partitionandcavitywallsdesignofmasonrywalls,pillarsandfootings.

DampProofing:Sources,Causesofdampnessinbuildings,badeffects
ofdampness,methodsofdampproofing.

ArchesandLintels:IntroductiontotermsusedinArches;differenttypes
ofarches;brickandstonearches,typesandfunctionsoflintels.Roofs:
Introductiontermsusedtypesofrooftrussesandroofcoverings,details
ofrainproofing,rainwaterpipes.DoorsandWindows:
14
Introduction,termsused,locationofdoorsandwindows,typesof
doorsandwindows,methodsoffixingdoorsandwindowframesin
walls.Ventilators.

30%

Plastering,PointingandPainting:Introduction,objectsand
types,specialmaterialsforplasteredsurfaces,
distempering,whitewashingandcolorwashingof
plasteredsurfaces.
Floors:Introduction,varioustypesoffloorscommonly
usedandtheirsuitabilityfordifferentbuildings,
constructionaldetailsofconcreteantTerrazzofloorings,
marbleflooring,antitermitetreatment.

11

25%

Total

45

100%

8.EvaluationScheme&DetailsofEvaluationprocess:
A.

B.
C.

The student's performance in each theory course is evaluated for a maximum of 100
marks of which 40 marks for in-semester assessment (consisting of Assignments and
Quizzes) and 60 marks for the mid and final term examinations.
There will be two assignment and two quizzes. For post graduation the second
assignment will be Presentation.
The normal assignment weightage for each assessment component in a particular
course is as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Attendance
Assignments
Quizzes
Mid semester exams
Final exam

Total

10 %
20 %
10 %
20 %
40 %
100 %

**Themandatoryrequirementof75%attendanceinalltheoryclassesistobemetforbeingeligibleto
appearintheexamination.
9.ApprovaloftheFACDP
ThisDocumentisapprovedby:

Designation

Name

CourseCoordinator/faculty

Manjitsingh

DI

L.RSaini

Dean/Dean

DrP.KPanigrahy

ViceChancellor

DrProf.R.kJha

Date

Signature