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PROGRAMME REQUIREMENT

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
M.TECH. (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING)
OVERALL CREDIT STRUCTURE
Postgraduate core (PC)
Postgraduate Elective (PE)
Category

Credit

Category

Credit

DC

74

DE

30

Total

74

Total

30

Grand Total PC + PE 104
Course Code
Departmental
Core, DC
MAL 4xx
CEL 501
CEL 502
CEP 501
CEL 503
CEL 504
CEL 405
CEL 505
CEL 506
CED 501
CED 502

Course

Statistics and O. R. Techniques *
Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology
Municipal and Industrial Water Treatment *
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory-I.
Municipal Wastewater Treatment
Water Supply and Wastewater Collection Systems
Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Recycle & Reuse
Municipal Solid Waste Management
Air Pollution Control
Project Phase I
Project Phase II

Departmental
Elective, DE
CEL 507
Environmental Engineering System Design *
CEL 508
Environmental Geotechnics
CEL 509
Bioremediation : Principles & Applications *
CEL 510
Environmental Management
CEL 511
Environmental Engineering Systems Optimization
CEL 417
Hazardous Waste Management *
CEL 512
Environmental Biotechnology
CEL 513
Environmental Systems Modelling
CE – 5xx
Seminar *
CEP-502
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory-II *
CEL 412
Spatial analysis for Resources Management *
CEL 418
Energy Conversion & Environment *
CEL 432
Environmental Impact Assessment
CEL 3xx
Energy Efficient Buildings
* Subject to Senate Approval

Structure

Credits

3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
0-0-2
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
-

6
6
6
2
6
6
6
6
6
6
18
74

0-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-2
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0
3-0-0

2
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
2
2
6
6
6
6

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Department : Civil Engineering
Course No.

MAL4xx

Course Title
Course Coordinator
Slot in which offered. If not
offered write N
Structure
Prerequisite Course Codes As
per proposed
Prerequisite Credits
Equivalent Course Codes. As per
proposed Courses & Old courses
Overlap Course Codes As per
proposed Course numbers
Text Book
(max. 2)

Reference Books

Content

Course No.
Head of the Department of Civil Engg

Open Course
(Y/N)

HM Course (Y/N)

Discontinued (Y/N)

Statistics & O.R. Techniques
Dr. G. P. Singh
Odd

Even

A

Lecture
3

Tutorial
0

Practical
0

Credits
6

Probability and Statistics
Title
Author
M.R. Speigel
Publisher
McGraw Hill
Operation Research
Title
Author
H.A. Taha
Publisher
Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.
Introduction to Optimisation : Operations Research
Title
Author
J.C. Pant
Publisher
Jain Brothers, New Delhi
Edition
Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Title
Author
Miller and Freund
Statistics
Sampling Theory : Population Parameter, Sample Statistics,
Sampling distributions, Sample mean, Sampling distribution of
means, the sample variance, the sampling distribution of variance.
Estimation Theory: Point estimate and interval estimates, reliability,
confidence interval estimates of population parameters, confidence
intervals for means, proportions and variance.
Tests of Hypothesis and Significance: Statistical decisions, tests of
hypotheses and significance, Type I and Type II errors, level of
significance, one tailed and two tailed tests. Tests involving small
samples and large samples, fitting theoretical distributions to sample
frequency distribution, The chi-square test for goodness of fit.
O. R. Techniques
Linear Programming: Formulation of linear programming problem,
Graphical solution- simplex method (including Big M method and
two phase method), dual problem- duality theory, dual simplex
method, revised simplex method.
Transportation problem: existence of solution-degeneracy- MODI
method; Assignment problem- traveling salesman problem
Nonlinear programming problem (NLPP): Constrained NLPP,
Lagrange’s multipliers method – convex NLPP, Kuhn-Tucker
conditions.

Course No.

CEL 501

Course Title
Course Coordinator
Slot in which offered. If not
offered write N
Structure

Open Course
(Y/N)

HM Course
(Y/N)

Discontinued (Y/N)

Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology
Dr. (Mrs.) M. V. Latkar
Odd
Even
G
Lecture
Tutorial
Practical
Credits
3
0
0
6
-

Prerequisite Course Codes
As per proposed Course
Numbers
Prerequisite credits
Equivalent Course Codes.
CEL498
As per proposed courses and
old courses
Overlap course codes
As per proposed Course
Numbers
Text Book
Title
( Max. 2)
Author
Publisher
Edition
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Reference Books
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition

Chemistry for Environmental Engineers
C. N. Sawyer and P. L. McCarty
McGraw Hill
Latest
Microbiology
Pelezar Reid & Chan
Tata McGraw Hill
Latest
General Microbiology Vol. I &II
Powar & Daginawala
Himalaya Publishing House
Latest

Content

Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Title
Author
Publisher
Edition
Basic concepts of oxidation and reduction reactions,
Gas laws and their application in Environmental
Engineering, Osmosis, Dialysis, Principles of solvent
extraction, Amphoteric hydroxides.
Concept of pH, and its application in Environmental
Engineering, Definitions and basic concepts of acids,
bases and buffers, colloid chemistry, Basic concepts
of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and enzymes,
Definition and concept of Chemical Oxygen Demand
(COD), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and
Total Organic Carbon (TOC).
Chemistry of water treatment processes like
coagulation, disinfection, water softening and
demineralization.
Definitions of Ecology and ecosystem, structure and
components of ecosystem, concepts of trophic levels,
food chain and food web, types of ecosystem,
productivity, sulphur cycle, nitrogen cycle.
Introduction
to
Microbiology,
Haeckel’s
classification, Morphology and structure of bacteria,
nutritional requirement and nutritional classification
of bacteria, Growth of bacteria, Indicator bacteria,
Multiple Tube Dilution (MTD) and Membrane
Filter (MF) techniques, Definition and characteristics
of viruses.

Course No.

CEL 501

Head of The Department of Civil Engineering

Tembhurkar Odd F Lecture Tutorial 3 0 - Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. 2) Author Publisher Edition Title Reference Books Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Even Practical Credits 0 6 Water and Waste water Engineering Vol I and II Fair Geyer & Okun John Wiley & Sons 1st Physiochemical process for water quality control W. AWWA Manual on Water supply and Treatment CPHEEO Govt.Sank Ann Arbor Science .Department : Civil Engineering Course No. R.L.J. of India Publication Water treatment plant for practising engineers R. If not offered write N Structure Dr.Weber John Wiley & Sons 2nd Water treatment plant design ASCE. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max. A. CEL 502 Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title MUNICIPAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT Course Coordinator Slot in which offered.

disinfection. Advances/ modification/ modern development in water treatment. Water treatment for Swimming Pool. Requirement of water treatment facilities. Adsorption. Fe and Mn removal. Specific treatment for industrial purpose. Arsenic Removal. filtration. Control of water treatment process. Electrodialysis. Taste and Odor and color Removal. Flouride Removal. CEL 502 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . coagulation. Site selection. Lime Soda and Ion Exchage. Course No. Industrial Water Quality requirement. Hydraulic design of water treatment plant. Reverse Osmosis. O&M of water treatment plant. Synthesizing water treatment system.Content Water quality criteria and standards.Distillation processes. Softening. Theory and Application of water treatment process. Ultrafiltration. Water treatment plant residuals management. Process selection. sedimentation. Desalination. Unit operation & Unit process. flocculation.aeration.

WEF Latest .Department : Civil Engineering Course No. Latkar Odd Even G1. CEP452 As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max. AWWA.) M. CEP 501 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. (Mrs. 2) Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Reference Books Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Standard Methods for the Examination of Water & Wastewater APHA. If not offered write N Structure Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Environmental Monitoring Laboratory – I Dr. G3 Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 0 0 2 2 - Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. V.

Content Course No. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition I) Determination of following parameters in water 1) Alkalinity 2) Chloride 3) Hardness 4) Sulphate 5) Turbidity 6) Dissolved oxygen 7) Kjeldahl nitrogen 8) Iron 9) Manganese 10) Heavy metals II) Determination of COD and BOD of wastewater III) MTD method for enumeration of indicator bacteria in water IV) Heterotrophic plate count for enumeration of bacteria CEP 501 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering .

reactors and hydraulic characteristics. various methods of sludge treatment.A. Y Edition 1990 Objectives of municipal wastewater treatment. . Disposal and Reuse Author Metcalf and Eddy Publisher McGraw Hill Edition Fourth Edition. Treatment. Role of microorganisms in WWT. V. Primary Treatment : Principles of sedimentation Biological treatment : Principles of biological treatment. introduction to microbial metabolism. sludge quality and quantity. Mhaisalkar Odd Even C Lecture 3 Tutorial 0 Practical 0 Credits 6 Wastewater Engineering. tricking filters.R Publisher Holt Rinehart & Winston. functions of different unit processes. treatment requirements. suspended and attached growth biological treatment processes . mass balance analysis. stabilization ponds.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. kinetics of biological growth. CEL503 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered.J. Biological phosphorus and nitrogen removal Sludge treatment : Sludge treatment flowsheets. 1998 Wastewater Treatment Plant Planning. N. biological disc. constituents of sewage and sewage characteristics. As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max.2002 Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Title Author S.Activated sludge. aerobic and anaerobic treatment of sewage. 2) Reference Books Content Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT Dr. Arceivala Publisher Marcel Dekker Edition 1981 Introduction to Environmental Engineering Title Author Davis & Cornwell Publisher McGraw Hill Edition International. reactor selection. Title Design and Operation Author Qasim S. Title Preliminary treatment : Screening grit removal. Process analysis : Reaction and reaction kinetics. conventional municipal wastewater treatment flow sheet. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes. combined biological treatment processes. practical aspects of reactor design. types of biological processes for WWT. Packed bed and fludized bed treatment.

CEL503 . conveyance. Course No. Water reclamation technologies Advanced waste water treatment : Principles of tertiary treatment. Reuse and resource recovery. storage and disposal. and recent developments. dewatering of sludge. sludge conditioning.aerobic and anaerobic sludge digestion.

Rajesh Gupta Odd Even D Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 3 0 0 6 - CEL 499 Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Analysis of Water Distribution Networks Bhave P. CEL 504 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered.. John-Willey & Sons. GoI Optimal design of water distributiomn networks Bhave P. W.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. A. I & II Fair G. C. And Gupta R. GoI Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment CPHEEO Ministry of urban development . New York Wayter supply and saewerage McGhee N. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes.. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max.R. Narosa Publishing Co. New Delhi (2006) Water & Wastewater Engg. J. McGraw hill publications 1991 Manual on water supply and treatment CPHEEO Ministry of urban development . Narosa Publishing Co. Vol. & Steel E. M. Geyer J. New Delhi (2003) - .. R. & Okun D. 2) Reference Books Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Water Supply and Wastewater Collection Systems Dr.

sewer invert drop. festivals and emergencies. Sewer shape vis-a-vis their usefulness. CEL 504 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . Critical path method for design of water distribution networks. Reservoirs. Type of systems and sewers. Velocity of equal cleansing. Pipe material selection. Design of pumping main including water hammer consideration. laying and jointing of pipes. Water supply to multi-storeyed buildings. Objectives. Hydraulics of sewers. Pipe Appurtenances. Maintenance of distribution system. Pumps and Valves in Water distribution systems. requisites for sewerage system design. NewtonRaphson and Linear Theory method. Pumps and Pumping Stations. Course No.Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Content Analysis of flow in pipe network using Hardy Cross. Water supply during fairs.

A.B. 2nd Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook Freeman H. Generation of Industrial wastewater. India The Treatment of Industrial Waste E.W. CEL 405 Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT.Tembhurkar Odd Lecture Tutorial 3 0 Environmental Engg .L Addison Wesley Publishing CO. McGraw Hill 1st Comprehensive Industry Document Series Central Pollution Control Board. CEL454 As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max.Ecenfelder Mc-Graw Hill Book Co. 2) Author Publisher Reference Books Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Content Even E Practical Credits 0 6 Theories and Practices of Industrial Waste Treatment Nemerow N. Disposal standards. Quantification and characterization of wastewater and . Edition 1st Industrial pollution and its measurement. If not offered write N Structure Dr. REUSE AND RECYCLING Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. R.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. 2nd Industrial Water Pollution Control W.I Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. Besselivievre Mc-Graw Hill Book Co. M. NY.

pathogens. Chemical. Neutralization.its variations. Waste minimization. CETP. Sugar. Cement. Alternatives and Synthesizing industrial waste treatment system. tanning. Principles and techniques for Industrial Pollution prevention and control. Petroleum. Reuse. CEL 405 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . Fertilizers. inorganic. land and sewerage system. Industrial waste survey. heavy metals and other pollutants. Methods of Disposal and treatment for removal of organic. Volume and strength reduction. Etc. stream sampling. Stream survey. Pulp and paper. Metal Finishing. Environmental impacts due to discharge of wastewater on streams. solids. Cleaner technologies. Stream sanitation. Recycling and Resource recovery. Joint treatment of industrial waste. Pollution control measures and Treatment of wastes from various industries viz. recent trends in industrial waste management. Dairy. Course No. Equalization and proportioning.

If not Odd Even offered write N G Structure Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 3 0 0 6 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. ( Max. Nagpur Edition 2001 Title Solid Waste Engineering Author Vesilind A. Vigil S... Gawalpanchi Slot in which offered. Walterchiang Publisher Techromic publishing co. R. Theisen H. Collection.D. CEL453 As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title Solid Waste Management. Reinhart Publisher Thomson Books Cole. CEL 505 Open course (Y/N) HM Course (Y?N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title Municipal solid waste management Course Coordinator Prof.B Publisher Mundrashilp offset printers.. Sundaresan B. Publisher Tata McGraw Hill International Editions Civil Engg. Series.A.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. Worrell W. MoUD Publisher GoI. Inc. Qasim.. P. Edition 2002 Reference Books Title Integrated Solid Waste Management Engineering Principles and Management Issues Author Techobanoglous G. R. 2) Processing and Disposal Author Bhide A. New Delhi Edition Title Sanitary landfill leachate generation control and treatment Author Syed R. Edition 1994 . Edition 1993 Title CPHEEO manual on municipal solid waste managemnt Author CPHEEO.

energy recovery and products of incineration. leachate and gas collection. Chand & Co. Dara Publisher S. composting of waste. Incineration. S. methods. Quantity-generation of municipal refuse. Recycle. Collection and transportation of waste-refuse transportation vehicles . Chemical and microbiology involved . Reuse. Processing of waste for useful products-pyrolysis. maintenance of vehicles. optimization of routes. lining. site selection. reduction. industrial waste management. Legislation and regulatory trends Course No. Composition – Quality – characteristics-Physical. types.Title Author Publisher Edition Title Content Design of landfills & integrated solid waste management Amalendu bagchi John wiley & sons. Disposal of waste by land filling. Ltd. Density. Chicago Edition 1970 Sources. hazardous waste management. per capita contribution. Edition 2002 Title Municipal refuse disposal Author American public works associatiom Publisher Public administration service. A text book of environmental chemistry and pollution ontrol Author S. Recovery and Reporting. RDF. factors affecting. Classification. Sampling. Inc. CEL 505 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering .

Tata McGraw Hill International Vol I to IX Air Pollution Kudesia v. publishers. and Rao H. C.V. New Age International Pvt.S. 1995 Environmental Pollution Control Engg. R. N. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. R. Ltd. P. meerut 2nd 1980 . Rao C. CEL 506 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered.N. Anjaneyulu Allied publishers Air Pollution control Engineerg. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. Pragati prakashan. New Delhi. 2) Open Course (Y/N) Air Pollution Control Prof.D Editions Civil Engineering series.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. 2006 Air pollution Stern A. Gawalpanchi Odd E Lecture Tutorial 3 0 - Discontinued (Y/N) Even Practical Credits 0 6 CEL457 Title Author Publisher Edition Title Reference Books HM Course (Y/N) Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Air Pollution Rao M. Nevers N. 1992 A textbook of air pollution & control technology Y. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publsihing Co. Third Edition.

Classification. Exhaust pollution. distribution of emission of stack pollutants. Course No. Impacts of air pollution. Control equipment for gaseous and particulate pollutants.Content Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Sources. Air quality monitoring. Monitoring Instrumentation and principles of operation. Causes and effects of air pollution. sampling and analysis of air from ambient and other sources of pollutants. Legislation and regulatory trends. CEL 506 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . Metrological parameters of dilution. dispersion.

As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max. Bhole Indian Water works Association 1st Design of landfill & Integrated Solid waste Management Author Amalendu Bagchi Publisher John Willey & Sons. Edition 2nd Design aspects of water and waste water systems ranging from pipeline to treatment plant. V. Mhaisalkar Odd Even N N Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 0 0 0 2 50 Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Wastewater Treatment Plant Planning. 2) Reference Books Content Course No. CEL507 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered.G. Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Environmental Engineering System Design Dr. A.A. Inc.R Holt Rinehart & Winston.Course No. Y 1990 Water Treatment Plant Design Dr. Head of the Department of Civil Engg. sanitary landfill. a detailed design of atleast one unit will be completed as either an individual or class project CEL507 . Design and Operation Qasim S. N. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes.

Inc. Stabilization/ Solidification of Wastes. 2. N. Katyayan Odd B Lecture Tutorial 3 0 CEL 501 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes.. Slurry walls. 3.Basic concepts. L. Hsai-Yang Fang Author CRC Press. CEL 508 Open Course (Y/N) Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. Source. Physical-chemical and Biological Interactions in Soil. 6. 4. and Inyang. Author Marcel Dekker. 2) Author Publisher Edition Title Reference Books HM courses (Y/N) - Even Practical Credits 0 6 - - Geotechnical Practice for Waste Disposal Daniel. compatibility and performance. D. Production and Classification of Wastes. Effects on Geotechnical Properties and Case Studies. Soil Pollution Processes. Chapman and Hall. Waste Disposal Facilities such as Landfills and Impoundments. Stability. Remediation Methods CEL 5xx . Barrier Systems. 7. D.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. Discontinued (Y/N) ENVIRONMENTAL GEO-TECHNICS Prof. Publisher 2000 Edition Introduction to Environmental Title Geotechnology. London 1993 Geoenvironmental Engineering Principles and Applications Reddi. Monitoring Sub surface contamination. H.. J. F. CEL456 As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max. 5. If not offered write N Structure Content Course No. Geo-membranes. etc. Edition Title Journals & research Papers 1. E. Publisher 1997.

B. McGraw Hill 1994 Bioremediation Principles Eweis J. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max.. Chang D. and Herson D.. If not offered write N Structure Open Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Bioremediation: Principles and Applications Lecture 3 - Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes.Department : Civil Engineering Course No.D.Y. Ergas S. CEL 509 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. and Schroeder E.P. McGraw Hill 1998 .J. 2) Author Publisher Edition Title Author Reference Books HM course (Y/N) Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Odd A Tutorial 0 Even Practical Credits 0 6 Bioremediation Baker H.S.

Content Course No. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition An overview of the current bioremediation practice and its application: Microbial system of bioremediation. slurry bioreactors and lagoons). Response of microorganisms to the presence of pollutants: Inducible degradative enzymes and mechanics. Environmental factors (physical and chemical). Management of bioremediation projects: Defining project goals. CEL 509 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . Microbial transformation reactions: Aerobic and anaerobic biotransformation. heavy metals. Application of genetically engineered microorganisms for hazardous waste management. Microbial detoxification of specially chemicals like insecticides. Supportive elements of projects. In-situ oxygenation. Project team. herbicides. composting. Liquid phase bioremediation. In-situ bioremediation: Assessment for an in-situ bioremediation. fungicides. Review of remediation. polychlorinated biphenyls. Microbial cleaning of gases (biofiltration and bioscrubbing). Factors influencing bioremediation. Microbial activity. Sub-surface delivery systems. Bioremediation systems and process: Solid and slurry phase bioremediation (land farming.

. environmental audit. H. Life cycle assessment. As per proposed Courses & Old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Text Book (max. International Environmental Treaties. Head of the Department of Civil Engg. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Codes. Environmental Impact assessment. regulatory standards for industrial wastewaters and atmospheric emission. Hyderabad Edition 1996 Pollution Prevention : Fundamental and Practice Title Author Paul L. Environmental management systems. Environmental performance assessment.. environmental labeling. CEL510 . Mhaisalkar Odd Even D Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 3 0 0 6 Corporate Environmental Management Systems and Strategies Author Richard Welford Publisher Universities Press(I) Ltd. Title Course No. Indian environmental legislations and environmental acts such as Water Act (1974). V. Tools of corporate environmental management. CEL510 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. 2) Reference Books Content Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) ENVRIONEMENTAL MANAGEMENT Dr.M. Bishop Publisher McGraw Hill Edition International.A.Course No. Publisher McGraw Hills Edition 1995 Sustainable development and strategies. Waste minimization and pollution prevention strategies – cleaner technologies. Environmental policy. 2000 Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook Title Author Freeman. Environmental (Protection) Act (1986). Air Act (1981). ISO : 14000.

If not Odd Even offered write N F Structure Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 3 0 0 6 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. Rajesh Gupta Slot in which offered. P. Publisher Narosa Publishing Co. New York Edition 1982 Title Optimal design of eater distribution networks Author Bhave P. And Majumdar Y. Publisher John Willey .R. 2) Author Haith D. CEL551 As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title Environmental systems optimization ( Max. Publisher McGraw Hills Co.Course No. CEL 511 Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title Environmental Engineering Systems Optimization Course Coordinator Dr. A.. New Delhi Edition Reference Books Title Optimization for engineering design Author Kalyanmoy Deb Publisher Practice Hall Edition Title Water resources systems-modelling techniques and analysis Author Vedula S. Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition .

Content Course No. Optimization methods for environmental engg. water treatment systems. wastewater treatment systems. water transmission & distribution networks. Systems e. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Principles of economic analysis. CEL 511 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . mathematics of economic analysis. wastewater collection systems.g. pumping main. solid waste management systems and air pollution control systems. discounting factors and different discounting techniques.

Evans Publisher McGraw-Hill.Course Content Proforma Department: Civil Engineering Open CEL417 Course (Y/N) Course No. Publisher Academic Press. London.Freeman Publisher McGraw-Hill.C. P.S.: HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title: Hazardous Waste Management Course Coordinator: Dr. ...W. England Edition 1987 Reference Books Standard Handbook of Hazardous Waste Title Treatment and Disposal Author H.Skinner Publisher Mudra Offset Printers. New York Edition 1994 Text Book (Max.M. New York Edition 1989 Title Hazardous Waste Management Engineering.L. Inc.Forester and J.. D. Dilip H. if not offered write N Even B Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Structure 3 0 0 6 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Course Codes.Buckingham and Author J. Inc.H. LaGrega. Author W. Inc. M.Mercer. 2) International Perspective on Hazardous Title Waste Management. As per proposed Courses & old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Title Hazardous Waste Management. Author G. Bajaj Nagar Nagpur Edition 2001 Title Hazardous Waste Management.Dawson and B.W. Lataye Odd Slot in which offered.

Martin and J. current management practices.Johnson. Inc. Site remediation. thermal. exchanges and minimization. facility development and operations. Publisher Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. chemical. pollution prevention.H. treatment. land disposal with general applications to the industrial and energyproducing sectors. transportation. infectious and radioactive waste.. disposal. biological processes. such as. Edition 1987 Content Course No. legislative and technical aspects.J. New York. Environmental audits. Generation.Author E. physical. treatment and disposal methods. Jr. storage. CEL417 . Special wastes.

2) Reference Books Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Environmental Biotechnology Dr.) M. Latkar Odd Even H Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 3 0 0 6 Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology CEL499 Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Concepts in Biotechnology Balasubramaniyan et al. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. CEL 512 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. (Mrs. Latest Text book of Biotechnology Dubey Latest . V. Sangam Books ltd.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes.

structure of nucleic acids Deoxyribose nucleic acid . biosensors and immunoassay. Basic concepts of Genetic Engineering – genes.RNA Basic concepts of biodegradation. Types of reactors. pathways of bioenergy production – biomethane production. mutation. Different types of microbial associations or interactions. bioleaching and biobeneficiation.DNA and Ribose nucleic acid . proteins and fats. Environmental monitoring – significance of monitoring bacterial. Biotransformation of biomass / organic waste into value added chemicals and energy. plasmid DNA. bioethanol production etc. biotransformation. Single cell proteins. Microorganisms involved and biochemical changes of different pollutants present in liquid wastes. CEL 512 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . recombinant DNA techniques. Techniques of monitoring – gene probes. genetic code. transduction and conjugation processes in bacteria. chromosomal DNA. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Basic concepts of Microbial Biochemistry of carbohydrates.Content Course No. viral and protozoan pathogens. replication of DNA. transformation.

D. CEL 513 Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title Environmental Systems modelling Course Coordinator Dr. A. Rajesh Gupta Slot in which offered. And Muller J. Masters Publisher Practice hall. Publisher Harper international edition Edition 1987 Reference Books Title Water quality Author Technobangolous G. Reading Massachusetts Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition .Department : Civil Engineering Course No. Publisher Addison-Wesley publishing co. Engg. CEL553 As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title Introduction To Env. Schroader E. V. india Edition Title Principles of surface water quality modelling and control Author Thomann R. . and Science ( Max. If not Odd Even offered write N N N Structure Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 3 0 0 6 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. 2) Author Gilbert M.

Numerical Models. CEL 513 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . Metrology. Stratification of lakes.Content Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Definition. Temperature Models. Examples and Models of Environmental Systems. Classification. Atmospheric Stability and Turbulence. Models for predicting water quality changes in water distribution systems Computational methods in Environmental Modelling Course No. Prediction of fate of organisms and toxic substances. Introduction to Air Quality Models. Dissolved Oxygen Model for streams. Introduction to river. Urban Diffusion Models. estuarine and lake thermodynamics. Gaussian Plume Model and Modifications.

Course No. A. V. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max.5xx Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title Seminar Course Coordinator Dr. CE. If not Odd offered write N Structure Lecture Tutorial 0 0 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. 2) Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Reference Books Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Even Practical Credits 0 2 . Mhaisalkar Slot in which offered.

Content Course No. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition The seminar should cover in depth study and/or critical review of a specific topic of current interest in the field of environmental engg. The students shall be required to submit a report and deliver seminar./science/management assigned by the course coordinator. CE. The study on the topic may be carried out by an individual or a group of two students each having earned minimum 50 credits.5xx Head of The Department of Civil Engineering .

10158. CEP 502 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. Gawalpanchi Odd Even G1 Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits 0 0 2 2 Environmental Monitoring Laboratory – I - Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Standard Methods for the Examination of Water & Wastewater APHA. If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. R. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max. Latkar/Prof. AWWA. (Mrs.) M. V. 5182 Parts 1 to 20 IS Code No.WEF IS Code No. R. 2) Reference Books Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Environmental Monitoring Laboratory – II Dr. 9234 & 9235 .Course No.

2. preservation and analysis of samples from water treatment plants. Collection and analysis of air samples for SPM. municipal wastewater treatment plants or industrial wastewater treatment plants. RSPM. Collection. SO 2 & NO x 3. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition 1.Content Course No. Characterization of municipal solid wastes CEP 502 Head of The Department of Civil Engineering .

P LO Albert KW Yeung Publisher Pritince Hall of India Edition 2002 Text Book Text Book on Remote Sensing Title (Max.B.an Earth Resource Perspective John R Jensen Pearson Education 2006 . David Rhind Wiley First Keith C. if not offered write N Even C Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits Structure 3 0 2 8 Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Prerequisite Credits Equivalent Course Course Codes.. Goodchild.Katpatal Odd Slot in which offered. David Maguire. Agrawal & P K Garg Publisher Wheeler Edition First Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Reference Publisher Books Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Geographic Information Systems and Science Paul A.: CEL412 HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title: Spatial Analysis for Resource Management Course Coordinator: Dr. Longley. M. As per proposed Courses & old courses Overlap Course Codes As per proposed Course numbers Title Concepts and techniqes of Geographic Infromation Systems Author C. 2) Author C.Course Content Proforma Department: Civil Engineering Open Course Course (Y/N) No. Y. Michel P Crane Geographic Informaiton System and Enviornment Modeling Pritince Hall of India 2002 Remote Sensing of the Environment .S. Bradely O Parks. Clerk.

data conversions. data formats.Content Fundamentals of Geoinformatics: raster and Vector Data. Customization and Decision Support Systems. Query shell. attribute data collection. Overlay analyses. watershed prioritization. methods and approach. digital terrain elevation models. Buffer and Network analysis Models for Resource analysis Course No. Practical Multidisciplinary applications of Geoinformatics. Real time and temporal analysis using Geoinformatics. Resolutions of RS data. spatial and non spatial information. integration of various segments. Monitoring and feedback. Applications of Geoinformatics for spatial management of resources: Run-off estimations. infiltration characteristics. Concept of E-Governance using Geoinformatics. Head of The Department . multithematic data extraction using multispectral sensors. Integrated applications using various technologies within Geoinformatics. thematic map generation. Natural indices. Network analysis. Watershed management. Thermal and Radar Sensing. RS as a technology for data extraction technique. Buffer analyses. reservoir capacity studies. Geoinformatics for resources management and utilities management. groundwater potential and recharge characteristics. topology building and attribution Overlay. Spatial Digital Data and its Formats Digital Image analysis and Classification Vector Data generation. Sediment yield estimation. Spatial analyses for Environment Impact assessment. Spatial analysis. Modeling of spatial data.

G. 2) Author Publisher Edition Title Author Reference Books Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Even Practical Credits 0 6 Energy and the Environment Fowler J. C. W. Hall. Problems. Meier Sringer Verlag 1st Energy from Bioconversion of Wate materials Dorthy J De Renzo Noyes data Corporation USA 1st Energy from Solid Waste – Recent Development . Tembhurkar Odd D Lecture Tutorial 3 0 - Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book Title ( Max. CEL 418 Open Course (Y/N) HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Course Title ENERGY CONVERSION AND ENVIRONMENT Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. A.Department : Civil Engineering Course No. M. A. Barnard and P. Moss Pergamon Press Ltd 1st Energy Management Handbook W. Turner Wiley Newyork 1st Energy System Analysis for Developing countries P. Prospects D. Potentials. R. O. Current Roles. If not offered write N Structure Dr. McGraw Hill New York 2nd Biomass for Energy in the Developing Countries.

Potential for biomass and Biogas Energy system CEL 418 . hydro. Energy and Resources Conservation Strategies and Policies. Daniel D. Renewable and Non. Future Energy Systems. Gasification. Measurements and Control. Introduction to Fuel combustion fundamentals. formation of Pollutants. Waste to Energy options: Combustion. pyrolysis. Chiras Publisher Prentice Hall Publications Edition 6th Title Integrated Solid Waste Management Author George Tachonobanoglous.Author Publisher Edition Title Content Course No. Power Generation using Waste to Energy technology. Fuels Derived from Waste to Energy Technology.Renewable Energy Sources. Overview of Global and Indian Energy Scenario. Classification of Waste as Fuel. Francis A. Resource Conservation and Environmental Movement.Domino Noyes data Corporation USA 1st Natural Resource Conservation – Management for Sustainable Future Author Oliver S. tidal. Energy economics. Alternative Energy sources Utilizations. Owen . fermentation. Energy Conversion Methods: Thermal. solar. Energy Analysis. Gas generations and collection in landfills. nuclear. Energy audit. Hilary Thesin. Sustainable System of Energy. Flow of Energy Through Ecosystem. Samuel Vigil Publisher McGraw Hill Edition 1st International Edn. wind. anaerobic digestion.

L. 2) Open Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) Environmental Impact Assessment Lecture 3 - Odd Tutorial 0 Even H Practical Credits 0 6 CEL458 Title Author Publisher Edition Title Reference Books HM Course (Y/N) Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Environmental Impact Assessment of Water Resource Projects Canter L. D. CEL 432 Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which offered. and Wooten C. McGraw Hill 1980 . If not offered write N Structure Prerequisite Course Codes As per proposed Course Numbers Prerequisite credits Equivalent Course Codes. McGraw Hill 1996 Environmental Impact Analysis Handbook Rau G. As per proposed courses and old courses Overlap course codes As per proposed Course Numbers Text Book ( Max.Course No.

overlay. Environmental impact statement. Prediction and evolution of impacts. Prediction models. EIA methodologies: checklist.Content Course No. Public participation in EIA. Identification of impacts on physical. BEES and other techniques of impact assessment. EIA at project. benefits and importance of EIA. infrastructural projects etc. CEL 4xx Head of The Department of Civil Engineering . Application of EIA for water resource projects. Environmental management plan. socioeconomic environment and land use pattern. Uncertainties in EIA. EIA process in India. matrix. Post project monitoring. EIA reports. biological. regional and policy level. Environmental clearance process in India. Title Author Publisher Edition Title Author Publisher Edition Evolution and history of EIA at International and Indian level. Definition. Rapid and comprehensive EIA. industrial projects. Screening and scoping criteria. Collection of baseline data.

CEL3xx Open Course HM Course (Y/N) Discontinued (Y/N) (Y/N) Course Title Course Coordinator Slot in which Offered Structure Prerequisite Course Codes Prerequisite Credits Equivalent course Codes Overlap Course Codes Text Books Reference Books Energy Efficient Buildings Dr. Ralegaonkar Even Lecture Tutorial 3 1 Practical 0 Title Author Publisher Edition Energy Efficient Buildings In India Mili Majumdar Tata Energy Research Institute Title Author Publisher Edition Energy-Efficient Building Systems Lal Jayamaha McGraw Hill Publication Title Author Publisher Edition Solar Energy Fundamentals & Applications H P Garg. J Prakash Tata MacGraw Hill Publishing Title Author Publisher Edition Solar Energy and thermal processes J A Duffie & W A Beckman John Wiley Title Author Publisher Edition Solar Energy Applications in Buildings A A M Sayigh Academic Press Credits 8 Title Author Publisher Edition Content Theory: 1. Conservation & energy efficiency concepts-overview of significance .COURSE CONTENT PROFORMA Course No. Rahul V.

material specifications and heat transfer principles. Head of the Department of CIVIL ENGINEERING . sunspaces. material. thermosiphoned mass wall. Thermal performance evaluation 4. glazed windows. Tutorials: Numerical & Graphical problems will be discussed and solved based on the above mentioned topics. cool towers. Passive solar energy fundamentals & practices in building designsolar astronomical relations and radiation physics and measurements. orientation.of energy use and energy processes in buildings 2. Course No. human thermal comfort. 3. form. under slab rock beds 5.implementation of computer energy simulation programs into solar designs. Passive Solar technologies.Concept of cost/benefit of energy conservation & passive solar technologies 6. Design Guidelines & Economic Optimization. water wall. Passive solar energy practice in building design.design decisions in building-location. roof ponds. climatological factors.trombe wall. Advances in computational energy conservation.