Approved by AICTE New Delhi ,Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University , Govt. of India Recognized and Certified.

Institute Institute Awarded with NAAC "B" Grade

Civil Engg.

Course Outcomes, Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes

Program Outcomes:

  1. To develop a students for the principles of sustainable development.
  2. To develop capability of self learning.
  3. To prepare students career in civil engineering to need domestic & an international needs.
  4. To develop students to use modern techniques, skills and mathematical engineering tools for solving civil engineering problems
  5. To mould the students to analyze real life situations & provide economical and feasible solutions.
  6. More use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for quality of education.

Program Specific Outcome:

  1. Understand economic, Environmental, social health and safety factor in civil Engineering
  2. Apply Knowledge in analysis design and survey, testing and construction of civil engineering structure along with knowledge of mathematics soft skill to solve complex civil engineering problem.

 

Course Outcomes

First Year Engineering

 

Course code and Name: 101005 Basic Civil Engineering

 

101005.1

The students will be able to understand and apply the knowledge of management functions like planning, scheduling, executing and controlling to construction projects.  

 

101005.2

The students will be able to implement the safety aspects during the execution of civil engineering project.

 

Course code and Name: 101010 Engineering Mechanics

 

101010.1

Fundamentals of engineering principles.

 

101010.2

Concept of centre of gravity and moment of inertia.

 

101010.3

Importance of frictional force in real world problems.

 

101010.4

Advantages of using machines.

 

101010.5

Effect of forces for different phenomenon when the bodies are in motion.

 

Second Year Engineering

 

Course code and Name: 201001-Building Technology and Architectural Planning

 

201001.1

Identify types of building and basic requirements of building components.

 

201001.2

 Make use of Architectural Principles and Building byelaws for building construction.

 

201001.3

Plan effectively various types of Residential Building forms according to their utility,

 functions with reference to National Building Code.

 

201001.4

Plan effectively various types of Public Buildings according to their utility functions with

 reference to National Building Code.

 

201001.5

Make use of Principles of Planning in Town Planning, Different Villages and Safety aspects.

 

2.01001.6

Understand different services and safety aspects

 

Course code and Name: 201002 - Mechanics of Structures

 

201002.1

Understand concept of stress-strain and determine different types of stress, strain in determinate, indeterminate homogeneous and composite structures.

 

201002.2

Calculate shear force and bending moment in determinate beams for different loading conditions and illustrate shear force and bending moment diagram.

 

201002.3

Explain the concept of shear and bending stresses in beams and demonstrate shear and bending stress distribution diagram.

 

201002.4

Use theory of torsion to determine the stresses in circular shaft and understand concept of Principal stresses and strains.

 

201002.5

Analyze axially loaded and eccentrically loaded column.

 

201002.6

Determine the slopes and deflection of determinate beams and trusses.

 

Course Code and Name: 201003 - Fluid Mechanics

 

201003.1

Understand the use of Fluid Properties, concept of Fluid statics, basic equation of

Hydrostatics, measurement of fluid pressure, buoyancy & floatation and its application for solving practical problems.

 

201003.2

Understand the concept of fluid kinematics with reference to Continuity equation and fluid dynamics with reference to Modified Bernoulli's equation and its application to practical problems of fluid flow

 

201003.3

Understand the concept of Dimensional analysis using Buckinghams ? theorem, Similarity & Model Laws and boundary layer theory and apply it for solving practical problems of fluid flow.

 

201003.4

Understand the concept of laminar and turbulent flow and flow through pipes and its

application to determine major and minor losses and analyze pipe network using Hardy Cross method.

 

201003.5

Understand the concept of open channel flow, uniform flow and depth-Energy relationships in open channel flow and make the use of Chezys and Mannings formulae for uniform flow computation and design of most economical channel section.

 

201003.6

Understand the concept of gradually varied flow in open channel and fluid flow around
submerged objects, compute GVF profile and calculate drag and lift force on fully submerged body.

 

Course code and Name: 207003 - Engineering Geology

 

207003.1

Explain about the basic concepts of engineering geology, various rocks, and minerals both in lab and on the fields and their inherent characteristics and their uses in civil engineering constructions.

 

207003.2

Exploring the importance of mass wasting processes and various tectonic processes that hampers the design of civil engineering projects and its implications on environment and sustainability.

 

207003.3

Recognize effect of plate tectonics, structural geology and their significance and utility in civil engineering activities.

 

207003.4

Incorporate the various methods of survey, to evaluate and interpret geological nature of therocks present at the foundations of the dams, percolation tanks, tunnels and to infer site / alignment/ level free from geological defects.

 

207003.5

Assess the Importance of geological nature of the site, precautions and treatments to improve the site conditions for dams, reservoirs, and tunnels.

 

207003.6

Explain geological hazards and importance of ground water and uses of common building stones.

 

Course Code and Name: 201008-Geotechnical Engineering

 

201008.1

Identify and classify the soil based on the index properties and its formation process.

 

201008.2

 Explain permeability and seepage analysis of soil by construction of flow net.

 

201008.3

Illustrate the effect of compaction on soil and understand the basics of stress distribution.

 

201008.4

Express shear strength of soil and its measurement under various drainage conditions.

 

201008.5

Evaluate the earth pressure due to backfill on retaining structures by using different theories.

 

201008.6

Analysis of stability of slopes for different types of soils.

 

Course Code and Name : 201009-Surveying

 

201009.1

Define and Explain basics of plane surveying and differentiate the instruments used for it.

 

201009.2

Express proficiency in handling surveying equipment and analyse the surveying data from these equipment.

 

201009.3

Describe different methods of surveying and find relative positions of points on the surface of earth.

 

201009.4

Execute curve setting for civil engineering projects such as roads, railways etc.

 

201009.5

Articulate advancements in surveying such as space based positioning systems

 

201009.6

Differentiate map and aerial photographs, also interpret aerial photographs.

 

Course code and Name: 201010 - Concrete Technology

 

201010.1

Able to select the various ingredients of concrete and its suitable proportion to achieved desired strength

 

201010.2

Able to check the properties of concrete in fresh and hardened state.

 

201010.3

Get acquainted to concreting equipments, techniques and different types of special concrete.

 

201010.4

Able to predict deteriorations in concrete and get acquainted to various repairing methods and techniques. 

 

Course Code and Name: 201011-Structural Analysis

 

201011.1

Understand the basic concept of static and kinematic indeterminacy and analysis of

indeterminate beams.

 

201011.2

Analyze redundant trusses and able to perform approximate analysis of multi-story multi-bay frames.

 

201011.3

Implement application of the slope deflection method to beams and portal frames.

 

201011.4

Analyze beams and portal frames using moment distribution method.

 

201011.5

Determine response of beams and portal frames using structure approach of stiffness matrix method.

 

201011.6

Apply the concepts of plastic analysis in the analysis of steel structures.

 

Course Code and Name: 201012-Project Management

 

201012.1

Describe project life cycle and the domains of Project Management.

 

201012.2

Explain networking methods and their applications in planning and management

 

201012.3

Categorize the materials as per their annual usage and also Calculate production rate of construction equipment

 

201012.4

Demonstrates resource allocation techniques and apply it for manpower planning.

 

201012.5

To design and realize linear phase digital FIR filters using different techniques, viz. frequency sampling technique and use of an appropriate window function

 

201012.6

Apply the methods of project selection and recommend the best economical project.

 

Course Code and Name: 201017- Project Based Learning

 

201017.1

Identify the community/ practical/ societal needs and convert the idea into a product/ process/

service

 

201017.2

Analyze and design the physical/ mathematical/ ICT model in order to solve identified

problem/ project.

 

201017.3

Create, work in team and applying the solution in practical way to specific problem.

 

Third Year Engineering

 

Course code and Name: 301001 Hydrology and Water Resource Engineering

 

301001.1

To impart the knowledge of various irrigation techniques

 

301001.2

To learn about distribution systems for canal irrigation

 

301001.3

To impart the knowledge of various irrigation techniques

 

301001.4

Distribution systems for canal irrigation and the basics of design of unlined and lined irrigation canals design

 

301001.5

Various components of hydrologic cycle that affect the movement of water in the earth

 

301001.6

Various Stream flow measurements technique.

 

Course code and Name: 301002 Infrastructure Engineering and Construction Techniques

 

301002.1

To understand the meaning and importance of Infrastructure Engineering.

 

301002.2

To study railway systems and its construction techniques.

 

301002.3

To study tunnels and docks and harbours along with their importance

 

301002.4

To study different construction equipment design

 

Course Code and Name: 301003-Structural Design I       

 

301003.1

Ability to understand IS code of practice for the design of steel structural elements.

 

301003.2

Analyze and design axially loaded column & built-up column with lacing and batten system.

 

301003.3

Analyze and design the eccentrically loaded column and column bases.

 

301003.4

Ability to analyze and design the flexural member as laterally restrained and unrestrained beams

 

301003.5

Analyze and design roof truss and gantry girder for industrial building

 

301003.6

Ability to understand IS code of practice for the design of steel structural elements.

 

Course Code and Name: 301004 Structural Analysis II

 

301004.1

Understand the basic concept of static and kinematic indeterminacy.

 

301004.2

Analyze indeterminate beams structures and frames.

 

301004.3

Analyze two and three hinged arches and its application.

 

301004.4

To analyze the slope and deflection of determinate and indeterminate beams for analysis of structures.

 

301004.5

 To Evaluate determinate and indeterminate trusses and its application in the field.

 

301004.6

Understand concept of influence line diagrams for the analysis of structures under static and  moving load.

 

Course Code and Name: 301005 -Fluid Mechanics-II

 

301005.1

Effect of drag and lift force on sphere, cylinder, flat plate and aero foil.

 

301005.2

Water hammering effects and control.

 

301005.3

 Measurement of discharge by using rectangular, triangular and trapezoidal notches.

 

301005.4

Velocity distribution in open channel flow.

 

301005.5

 Most economical sections such as rectangular, triangle, trapezoidal channels.

 

301005.6

 Phenomenon of hydraulic jump, location, occurrence of hydraulic jump.

 

Course Code and Name301006- Employability Skills Development

 

301006.1

Understanding the concept of Employability Skills.

 

301006.2

Understanding Interpersonal Skills.

 

301006.3

 Understanding concept of Communication Skills and its types.

 

301006.4

Understanding Professional etiquettes and manners, Global negotiating and Persuading, Integrity. Global trends and statistics about civil engineering businesses.

 

Course Code and Name: 301007 Advanced Surveying

 

301007.1

Understanding the concept of Geodetic Surveying & SBPS

 

301007.2

 Application Hydrographic Surveying and understanding the Methods of locating soundings  and Reduction of soundings

 

301007.3

 Understanding the Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System

 

301007.4

Understanding the practical application of Aerial Photogrammetry.

 

301007.5

Study and applications of different RS data products available with National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC)

 

Course Code and Name: 301008 - Project Management and Engineering Economics

 

301008.1

To use industry resources including associations and organizations, professional publications, and                     governmental data to analyze, evaluate, and apply current trends within the industry.

 

301008.2

To successfully apply business and management skills in positions within the construction industry.

 

301008.3

To manage a quality construction project from start to completion while maintaining budget, schedule, and safety requirements.

 

301008.4

To practice informed decision-making in personal and professional endeavors.

 

Course Code and Name: 301009- Foundation Engineering

 

301009.1

Ability to understand the methods of soil exploration

 

301009.2

To analyze the settlement of the footing

 

301009.3

To understand the bearing capacity of footing by different methods

 

301009.4

Ability to calculate the load bearing capacity of different piles

 

301009.5

To understand the techniques in design of foundation in BC soil

 

301009.6

To know concepts of soil reinforcement and geo-synthetics material in soil structure

 

Course code and Name: 301010 Structural Design II

 

301010.1

Understand analysis and design of RCC member.

 

301010..2

The course will help to design RCC member slab beam column and footing.

 

301010.3

Application of different specification of IS -456-200 For design and ability to understand the design Philoshopy.

 

301010.4

Analysis and design of Two Way slab and staircase.

 

301010.5

To Understand design flexure member for different Support Condition.

 

301010.1

Understand analysis and design of RCC member.

 

Course code and Name: 301011- Environmental Engineering-I

 

301011.1

Understand the terms involved in public water supply, domestic and industrial sewage.

 

301011.2

 TO Know different types of sources of water for public water supply.

 

301011.3

 Understand the methods for estimating quantity of water supply required for city or town.

 

301011.4

 TO Suggest the treatment required by knowing the quality of water.

 

301011.5

Understand the hydraulic design of Units in treatment plant. 6) Understand different sewerage systems with their merits.

 

Final Year Engineering

 

Course code and Name: 401001- Environmental Engineering

 

401001.1

Design of circular sanitary sewers.

 

401001.2

Effect of change of life style on sewage quality.

 

401001.3

Tests of physical, chemical and biological.

 

401001.4

The self-purification of natural streams

 

401001.5

Natural river cleaning plan.

 

Course code and Name: 401002 -Transportation Engineering

 

401002.1

Understand history of road development, roads classification, traffic Engineering and controlling devices in India.

 

401002.2

Able to fixation of road alignment, Geometric parameters, and highway drainage system.

 

401002.3

Able to select different materials for various courses of road, pavement design and construction procedures.

 

401002.4

Able to do airport planning and designing.

 

401002.5

Understand different components and loading on bridges.

 

401002.6

Understand different types of Bridges and bearings of bridges.

 

Course Code and Name: 401003- Structural Design and Drawing III

 

401003.1

Able to differentiate between pre-tensioning and post tensioning systems.

 

401003.2

Application of different specification of IS 1343: 2012 for prestress concrete and can design

structural element.

 

401003.3

Able to analyze and design pre-stress Flat slab.

 

401003.4

Understand and designing of Soil Retaining structures

 

401003.5

Application of IS 3370 part II to part IV for water storage structures

 

401003.6

Able to analyze and design framed structures, Application of IS1893:2016 for Earthquake

 

resistant design of structures.

 

Course code and Name: 401004- Elective I- Advanced Concrete Technology

 

401004.1

Understand chemistry, properties, and classification of cement, fly ash, aggregates and

admixtures, and hydration of cement in concrete.

 

401004.2

Prepare and test the fresh concrete

 

401004.3

Test hardened concrete with destructive and nondestructive testing instruments

 

401004.4

Get acquainted to concrete handling equipments and different special concrete types.

 

401004.5

Design concrete mix of desired grade.

 

401004.6

 Predict deteriorations in concrete and repair it with appropriate methods and techniques.

.

Course code and Name: 401005-Elective II -TQM & MIS in Civil Engineering

 

401005.1

To study the importance of quality in construction.

           

 

401005.2

To study MIS and its application in construction.

.

 

401005.3

To identify defects and its prevention and TQM philosophy of Six Sigma.

          

 

401005.4

 Importance of Total Quality Management and ISO in construction.

         

 

401005.5

To study applications of TQM and different philosophies like Kaizen, Benching and Supply chain management

 

Course Code and Name: 401006- Project

 

401006.1

Identify the community/ practical/ societal needs and convert the idea into a product/ process/

service

 

401006.2

Analyse and design the physical/ mathematical/ ICT model in order to solve identified

problem/project.

 

401006.3

Create, work in team and applying the solution in practical way to specific problem.

 

 

 

Course code and Name: 401007 -Dams and Hydraulic Structures

 

401007.1

 Student will be able to understand. Engineers with the ability to prepare different types of CD Work.

 

401007.2

Student will be the ability to improve the existing dam structures.

 

401007.3

 Student will be able to prepare different types of Hydraulic Projects.

 

401007.4

 To impart the knowledge of various irrigation techniques, requirements of the crops

 

Course Code and Name: 401008- Quantity surveying, contracts and Tenders

 

401008.1

To study measurement & Estimation of Quantities, Preparation of Bill of Quantities and Submission of  

Tenders.

 

401008.2

To study post Contract Functions, Monthly Valuations and Project Variance Reports

 

401008.3

To identify claims & Extra Works at sites.

 

401008.4

To understand proficiency of Information Technology, Finance & People Management Skills.

 

401008.5

To analyze Competency to handle a project in the specialized construction sector.

 

401008.6

To understand administration of Contracts, Conciliation Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

 

Course Code and Name: 401009- Elective III-Hydropower Engineering

 

401009.1

Students can understand various sources of energy.

 

401009.2

Students can understand various types of hydropower plant.

 

401009.3

Students can understand design of power plant.

 

401009.4

Students are gained the knowledge of power house.

 

401009.5

Students can understand design of turbine.

 

401009.6

Students are made aware about electric act.

 

Course Code and Name:  401010 Elective IV Construction Management

 

401010.1

Use industry resources including associations and organizations, professional publications, and                     governmental data to analyze, evaluate, and apply current trends within the industry.

 

401010.2

To successfully apply business and management skills in positions within the construction industry.

 

401010.3

To apply technical skills and knowledge in mathematics, science, construction, and technology in support of planning, analyzing, and solving construction problems.

 

401010.4

To apply professional and ethical standards of behavior in dealing with all stakeholders in the construction process.

 

401 010.5

To Align the project to the organization's strategic plans and business justification throughout its lifecycle