8TH CONVOCATION ON 19TH OCT. 2019 RELATED INFORMATION - Know More | New Era MBA With An Edge - Collaboration with Harvard Business School Publishing and Other Industry Giants - Know More | Launching Exceptional programs in engineering in collaboration with IBM - Know More
B.Tech Civil Engineering (CE)

B.Tech Civil Engineering (CE)

B.Tech Civil Engineering

Home » Schools » Technology » B.Tech Civil Engineering (CE)

Select your program and apply

Your Program

B.Tech Civil Engineering

Duration
ELIGIBILITY
ADMISSION PROCESS
FEES
4 Years. 60% in 10+2 in PCM On the basis of performance in the online Multiple- Choice Question (MCQ) Test of 2 hours durations and personal interview. Rs. 1,40,000 per annum

About the Program

Pursuing a B.Tech Civil Engineering program is most beneficial for students who have a strong interest and background in Science and Mathematics. The program is also beneficial for students who wish to pursue a inter-disciplinary science careers in the future. It emphasizes on making the students understand the structural and functional aspects of construction and development. This program has maximum job opportunities.

Job Prospects

  • Building control surveyor
  •  CAD technician
  •  Consulting civil engineer
  •  Contracting civil engineer
  •  Design engineer
  •  Nuclear engineer
  •  Site engineer
  •  Structural engineer
  •  Water engineer
  •  Building services engineer
  •  Construction manager
  •  Engineering geologist
  •  Environmental consultant
  •  Geotechnical engineer
  •  Patent attorney
  •  Quantity surveyor
  •  Sustainability consultant
  •  Urban designer

Program Structure

Semester 1

University core

  • Proficiency in Co-curricular Activities
  •  Mathematics – I
  •  Engineering Chemistry/ Introduction to Programming Language
  •  Environmental Studies
  •  Human Ethics & Value
  •  Foundation Course
  •  Fundamentals of Computers & IT/ Web Designing
  •  Professional Communication I
  •  Professional Communication Lab
  •  Engineering Chemistry lab/ Computer Programming Lab

Program Core

  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  •  Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
  •  Engineering Drawing Lab
  •  Industrial oriented Python Project Lab

University Elective

  • Remedial Mathematics
  •  Remedial Physics
  •  Foreign Language (German/French. Etc.)
  •  History of Engineering & Science

Semester 2

University Core

  • Mathematics – II
  • Professional Communication-II
  • Computer Programming/Advance Java
  • Engineering Physics
  • Computer Programming Lab/Advance Java Lab
  • Workshop Practice
  • Employability Skills–I
  • Proficiency in Co-curricular Activities

Program Core

  • Engineering Mechanics
  •  Engineering Physics Lab
  •  Basics of MATLAB
  •  AUTOCAD Lab

Program Elective

  • Remedial Mathematics
  •  Remedial Physics
  •  Professional Ethics and Human Values

Semester 3

Electives

  • Modern concrete technology and practice
  •  Design of Pre-stressed Concrete Structures

Program Core

  • Strength of Material-I
  •  Fluid Mechanics
  •  Environmental Engg. I
  •  Surveying-I
  •  Solar Architecture

Practical

  • EMET LAB
  •  Fluid Mechanics
  •  Environmental Engg. Lab-I
  •  Survey
  •  Road Material Testing Lab

University Core

  • Discipline& Co-curricular activities

Semester 4

Program Core

  • Strength of Material-II
  •  Hydrology & Hydraulics
  •  Engineering Geology
  • Surveying-II
  •  Building Material & Construction

Electives

  • Construction Equipment & Material Management
  • Green Building Technology
  • Solid Waste Management

Practical

  • Material Testing Lab
  •  Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machine
  •  Auto CAD
  •  Survey Lab-II
  •  Eng. Material & Geology Lab
  •  Road Material Testing Lab

University Core

  • Discipline& Co-curricular activities

Semester 5

Program Core

  • Theory of Structures – I
  •  Concrete Structures-I
  •  Steel Structures-I
  •  Building information Modeling(BIM) 3 3 3 30 70 5 CE
  •  Quantity Surveying & Valuation

Electives

  • Repair And Rehabilitation of Structures
  •  Remote Sensing and GIS
  •  Theory of Pre-stressed

Practical

  • Design of Steel Structures I
  •  Structural Engineering Lab
  •  Design of Concrete Structures I
  •  STAAD Pro.

University Core

  • Discipline& Co-curricular activities

Semester 6

Program Core

  • Theory of Structures – II
  •  Concrete Structures-II
  •  Steel Structures-II
  •  Environmental Engineering– I
  •  Transportation Engineering-I

Electives

  • Modern concrete technology and practice
  •  Construction Equipments and Material Management
  •  Solid Waste Management
  •  Employability skills-IV : Technical writing

Practical

  • Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis 1
  •  Design of Concrete Structures II
  •  Design of Steel Structures II
  •  Environmental Engg. Design & Lab. I
  •  Road Materials Testing Lab.
  •  PROJECT STAGE 1

University Core

  • Discipline& Co-curricular activities

Semester 7

Program Core

  • Geotechnical Engineering – I
  •  Water Resources Engineering –I
  •  Environmental Engineering– II
  •  Building Design
  •  Transportation Engineering – II

Electives

  • Earthquake Resistant building Design
  •  Ground Improvement Techniques
  •  Smart cities and Automation

Practical

  • Geotechnical Engg. Design & Lab.-I
  •  Water Resources Engineering Design-I
  •  Environmental Engg. Design & Lab. II
  •  Industrial Training & Seminar
  •  Project-Stage I

University Core

  • Discipline& Co-curricular activities

Semester 8

Program Core

  • Geotechnical Engineering–II
  •  Water Resources Engineering-II
  •  Project Planning & Construction Management

Electives

  • Bridge Engineering
  •  Advance Foundation Engineering
  •  Advanced Transportation Engg.

Practical

  • Geotechnical Engg. Design & Lab.-II
  •  Water Resources Engineering Design-II
  •  Professional Practice and Estimating
  •  Design of Foundations
  •  Revit Architecture
  •  Seminar
  •  Project-Stage II

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
90%
Independent Studies
10%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
80%
Independent Studies
20%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
60%
Independent Studies
40%

Year 4

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
40%
Independent Studies
10%
Placement Activities
50%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 2

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 3

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 4

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%
Get a callback