Civil Engineering Course objectives

SEMESTER I

Course Code: Course Name Introduction to Engineering Mathematics with Applications– I
MAT010 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Student learns about the use of Functions and Differentiation in daily life, use of Indefinite and definite Integrals in daily life, use of Sequences and Series in daily life, various    practical problems and further uses. 2. Optimum solutions and Modeling of the functions.  3. Student will learn about the basic application of differential equations in various                                                            practical problems and further uses. 4. Useful for field of Network analysis, Digital Electronics, Network synthesis
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Environmental Sciences
CVE010 Course Outcomes (CO) Students will understand and analyze the current local and global environmental issues; looking at the theory behind them, the economics involved, and the policies regarding them. · Reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.
  · Understanding the character of environmental problems and ways of addressing them
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Transition from Physics to Electronics
ECE010 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Ability to understand the basic concept of electronics. 2.Ability to design and analyze electrical and digital circuits.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Chemistry for Engineers
CHE010 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.develop innovative methods to produce soft water for industrial use and potable water at cheaper cost. 2.Substitute metals with conducting polymers and also produce cheaper biodegradable polymers to reduce environmental pollution. 3. Design economically and new methods of synthesis nano materials. 4.Apply their knowledge for protection of different metals from corrosion. 5.Have the knowledge of converting solar energy into most needy electrical energy efficiently and economically to reduce the environmental pollution
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Foundation of Computer Science & Programming
CSE070 Course Outcomes (CO)  Explain the processes by which a C programme is compiled · Write basic C programs with variables, arithmetic operators, array, function, structure etc. · Implement object-oriented programming concepts.
  Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Workshop Practice
MEC010 Course Outcomes (CO) To acquire skills in basic engineering practice.  To identify the hand tools and instruments.  To acquire measuring skills.  To acquire practical skills in the trades.  To provides the knowledge of job materials in various shops
  Credits 4

SEMESTER II

Course Code: Course Name Introduction to Engineering Mathematics with Applications- II
MAT020 Course Outcomes (CO)  Useful for field of MATLAB and Image processing. · Student will learn about the basic application of differential equations in various practical problems and further uses. Useful for transforms and series type problems. · Student will learn about the application of Partial differentiation in various fields like EMT and Physics. · Useful for the field of EMT, Co-relation, and solution of Heat and Wave equation
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Building Planning & Services
CVE020 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Student would be able to understand the basic concepts of planning and its importance and able to use fitting tools to make various shapes and designs. 2.Student would be able to understand construction procedure, element of building, and classification
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Business Communication & Presentation Skills
CSS020 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Students will be enriched with good vocabulary and diction. 2.To know the process of communication and its components. 3.To improve the language skills. 4.To enhance phonetic competence, comprehension skills, presentation skills, group     discussion skills etc.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Basic Civil Engineering
CVE030 Course Outcomes (CO) 1. Students would be able to determine area of land, and volume of reservoir.
     2. Students would be efficient to making layout of structures.
    3.  Students would be learn leveling of road.
  Credits
Course Code: Course Name Engineering Mechanics
CVE040 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Understand measurement error, and propagation of error in processed data.
    2Understand basic kinematics concepts – displacement, velocity and acceleration (and their angular counterparts). 1. Understand basic dynamics concepts – force, momentum, work and energy. 2. Understand and be able to apply Newton’s laws of motion.
    3. Understand and be able to apply other basic dynamics concepts – the Work-Energy principle, Impulse-Momentum principle and the coefficient of restitution. 4. Extend all of concepts of linear kinetics to systems in general plane motion (applying Euler’s Equation and considering energy of a system in general plane motion, and the work of couples and moments of forces). 5. Learn to solve dynamics problems. Appraise given information and determine which concepts apply, and choose an appropriate solution strategy. 6. Attain an introduction to basic machine parts such as pulleys and mass-spring systems. 7. Understand Shear force and Bending Moment diagram and behavior of the beam.
  Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name CAD
CVE050 Course Outcomes (CO) Create, annotate, edit and plot drawings using basic AutoCAD commands and features.
    Apply basic AutoCAD skills to intermediate AutoCAD course and other design and drafting courses.
  Credits 4
   

SEMESTER III

Course Code: Course Name Introduction to Engineering Mathematics with Application-III
MAT030 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Useful for the field of Analog and Digital Communication, Signal Analysis. 2.Useful for the field of Control Systems, Circuit Analysis, Signal Processing. 3.Applicable in the field of Physics, EMT and Transmission Line. 4.Applied in the field of instrumentation in order to check accuracy, precision and   error.
  Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Transportation Engineering-I(Railways,Bridges & tunnels)
CVE100 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.Along with the principles of transportation students would be able to determine  the componential parts of railways along with the super elevation criteria s. 2. They would be able to design various types of dams and bridges along with the detailed knowledge of their components. 3.Basic fundamentals of designing the underground metro system along with their   functioning can now be explored. 4.Various ethics of transportation engineering along with its foundation can be    connected with environment.
  Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Surveying -I
CVE110 Course Outcomes (CO) Students would be able to understand  advance surveying technique. · they would be efficient to perform all field task related to surveying. · Students would be able to use of advanced equipment like GPS,EDM,Total Station etc.
  Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Strength of Materials
CVE120 Course Outcomes (CO) 1. To apply the formal theory of solid mechanics to calculate forces, deflections, moments, stresses, and strains in a wide variety of structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, bending, both individually and in combination, including :axially loaded bars, components in pure shear, circular shafts in torsion, beams in bending, thin-walled pressure vessels, trusses. 2. To understand the concepts of stress at a point, strain at a point, and the stress-strain relationships for linear, elastic, homogeneous, isotropic materials.
  3. To determine principal stresses and angles, maximum shearing stresses and angles,   and the stresses acting on any arbitrary plane within a structural element.
  4 To draw Free Body Diagrams (FBD) for rigid bodies, beams, 2-D and 3-D structures, frames and machines, and set up equilibrium equations (i.e. forces and couples) for them.
  5. To utilize basic properties of materials such as elastic moduli and Poisson’s ratio to appropriately to solve problems related to isotropic elasticity.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Fluid Mechanics-I
CVE130 Course Outcomes (CO)  Knowledge of basic principles of fluid mechanics. · Ability to analyze fluid flow problems with the application of the momentum and energy equations.
  Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name JAVA Programming
CSE240 Course Outcomes (CO)  Implement object-oriented programming concepts. · Design object-oriented solution with GUI. · Proficient in Core JAVA programming skills.
  Credits 4

SEMESTER IV

Course Code: Course Name Concrete Technology
CVE200 Course Outcomes (CO) .Ability to perform various tests on concrete ingredients and also on concrete (Fresh and Hardened). 2.The knowledge of what concrete is, how it is formed, what materials are involved and properties and requirements of each  concrete ingredient. 3.Basic knowledge of Nondestructive testing. 4.Ability to analyze various special concrete and their applications.
Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Structural Analysis-I
CVE210 Course Outcomes (CO) Characterize and evaluate loads on structure. · Students ability to  analyze statically determinate and indeterminate structure. · Student ability to analyze arch structures · Students ability to obtain the influence lines for statically determinate structures
Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Engineering Geology
CVE220 Course Outcomes (CO) 1.        The course will provide the students with basic knowledge and understanding engineering geology, rock and soil.
  2. Students will be able to identify and classify the rocks according to their properties.
  3. Students will be able to learn the concept of rocks and soil in engineering projects.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name  Construction Material And Techniques
CVE230 Course Outcomes (CO) 1) Students will ;learn various techniques in the field of Civil Engineering. 2) Knowledge about various materials. 3) Use of Special Materials.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Fluid Mechanics-II
CVE240 Course Outcomes (CO)  Ability to utilize concepts of various theories in solving fluid problems. · Ability to identify the type of Hydraulic machines being used at various fields.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Building Drawing
CVE250 Course Outcomes (CO) Students ability to perform basic sketching techniques will improve, and ability to hand letter will improve, students ability to produce engineering drawings will improve and develop good communication skill, student will become familiar with office practice and standards.
Credits 4

SEMESTER V

Course Code: Course Name Advance Surveying &Remote Sensing
CVE320 Course Outcomes (CO) 1. Gain the ability to use modern survey equipment to measure angles and distances.
  2. Gain a basic understanding of the principles and operation of the EDM,GPS and GIS
Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Elective-I (Low Cost Construction Materials &Techniques)
CVE330 Course Outcomes (CO) Students will learn low cost techniques, and cost-effective design.
  Students will learn about low cost construction materials.
Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Structural Analysis-II
CVE340 Course Outcomes (CO)  The students will be able to analyze statically determinant and indeterminate structures with appropriate methods. · The students will be able to understand the structural behavior before and after application of loads
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Transportation Engineering-II (Highway &Airport)
CVE350 Course Outcomes (CO)  Students will have an in-depth knowledge in highway and airport engineering.  • Students would be able to design flexible and rigid pavement • Students would be able to select appropriate material and would be able to performed test on material • Students would be able to understand concept of planning and design of an airport
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Structural Design -I (R.C.C.-I)
CVE360 Course Outcomes (CO) 1. Able to understand the general mechanical behavior of reinforced concrete in accordance with IS 456:2000.
  2. Able to identify and apply the applicable industry design codes relevant to the design of reinforced concrete members…
  3. Able to analyze and design with detailing of reinforced concrete flexural members.
  4. Able to analyze and design for shear, torsion and bond for structural members.
  5. Ability to design and check for serviceability (crack and deflection) and ultimate limit state conditions.
  6. Able to analyze and design with detailing for vertical and horizontal shear in reinforced concrete.
  7. Able to analyze and design with detailing of reinforced concrete compression members.
  8. Able to analyze and design with detailing for footings and able to analyze transfer and development length of concrete reinforcement
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Advance Surveying Lab
Course Outcomes (CO) Gain the ability to use modern survey equipment to measure angles and distances. 2. Gain a basic understanding of the principles and operation of the EDM, GPS and GIS
Credits 4

SEMESTER VI

Course Code: Course Name Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering
CVE380 Course Outcomes (CO) · Distribution systems for canal irrigation and the basics of design of unlined and lined irrigation canals design
  · Apply math, science, and technology in the field of water resource Engineering.
  · Various Stream flow measurements technique and Various components of hydro-logic cycle that affect the movement of water in the earth.
Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Elective-II (GIT)
CVE390 Course Outcomes (CO) Student will be in a position to identify and evaluate the deficiencies if any in the deposits of a project area and capable of providing alternate methods to improve its character suitable to the project so that the structures built will be stable and serve.
Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Geotechnical Engineering – I
CVE400 Course Outcomes (CO) Students will get knowledge about various Soil Characteristics and Classification Systems. · Students will get to perform various tests related to Soil. · Students will get Idea about various strength parameters of soil, Stability of Slopes, and Various theories involved in Pressure Calculations.
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Structural Design II (Steel-I)
CVE410 Course Outcomes (CO)  Students are able to understand with design of various steel members like compression member, tension member gantry girders,plate girder etc
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Environmental Engineering -I
CSMC0074 Course Outcomes (CO) 1. Students would be able to compute the population of town in future
  2. Students would be able to understand various quality standards of water and impurities in water with their significance
  3. Students would be able to understand requirements of various types of treatment units.
  4. Students would be able to develop economical water distribution system
5. Students would be able to understand rural water supply project
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Minor Project
CVE430 Course Outcomes (CO) The students will be able to prepare synopsis of the project.
Credits 4

SEMESTER VII

Course Code: CVE 580 Course Name Human Values and Professional Ethics
  Course Outcome (CO) After completion of this course, the student should be able to apply ethics in society, discuss the ethical issues related to engineering and realize the responsibilities and rights in the society. · Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices, start working out the strategy to actualize a harmonious environment wherever they work.
  Credits 2
Course Code: Course Name Elective -III (QSC)
CVE560 Course Outcome (CO) Understand the preparation of an Abstract Estimate for a Residential Building  ii. Analyse the units for various quantities of items of work.  iii. Demonstrate the calculation of earth work quantity for roads and canals.  iv. Evaluate the rates for various items of work  v. Design and Prepare Bar bending schedule for reinforcement works.  vi. Understand how to prepare a Notice inviting tender document for bidding.  vii. Demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities andthe impact of engineering solutions on the society and also be aware of contemporary issues.  viii. Create new technologies to develop concrete estimating methods for more ethical and enhanced usage.  ix. Evaluate the valuation of building .  x. Preparation of standard specifications for different items of building construction.
  Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Advanced Structural Design-I(R.C.C.-II)
CVE570 Course Outcome (CO) Identify and calculate the design loads and distribution.
Analyze and design water tanks.
Analyze and design the retaining walls.
Credits Analyze and design bunker and silo, IRC loading etc.
Course Code: Course Name ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING-II
MGT525 Course Outcome (CO) ability to estimate sewage generation and design sewer system including sewage pumping stations
required understanding on the characteristics and composition of sewage, self-purification of streams
ability to perform basic design of the unit operations and processes that are used in sewage treatment
Credits 4
Course Code: Course Name Internship /Industrial Training
CVE590 Course Outcome (CO) Students will be able to understand the actual working conditions of the Industries.
  Students will be able to work in Team Work.
  Credits 3
Course Code: Course Name Major Project-I
CVE600 Course Outcome (CO) Students will be able to understand the actual working conditions of the Industries.
Students will be able to work in Team Work.
Credits 6

SEMESTER VIII

Course Code: Course Name Entrepreneurship and Skill Development
MGT526 Course Outcome (CO) After completion of this course, student will be able to gain knowledge and skills needed to run a business successfully.
Credits 2
Course Code: Course Name Open Elective (Traffic)
OPE100 Course Outcome (CO) Perform basic statistical analysis of traffic data
Use speed-flow relationships and conduct shockwave analysis
Analyze capacity of different kinds of roads and intersections
Design traffic signal timing
Recommend suitable traffic management and demand management measures
Credit 3
Course Code: Course Name Elective-IV (CPM)
CVE610 Course Outcome (CO) create written communications appropriate to the construction discipline.
create oral presentations appropriate to the construction discipline.
create a construction project safety plan.
create construction project cost estimates.
create construction project schedules.
Credit 3
Course Code: Course Name Advanced Structural Design-II(Steel-II)
CVE620 Course Outcome (CO) · Analysis and Design of plate girder.
· Truss girder bridge.
· Analysis and Design of water tanks.
· Analysis and Design of Chimney.
· Analysis and Design of Bunkers and Silo, Towers.
Credit 4
Course Code: Course Name Geotechnical Engineering -II
CVE 630 Course Outcome (CO) Students have the ability to determine Index properties and classify the soil.
They can also know to determine engineering properties through standard tests and empirical correction with index properties
Credit 4
Course Code: Course Name Major Project-II
CVE640 Course Outcome (CO) The students will understand different construction work, Design, Drawing, etc. Report of Construction work, Tasks in Construction etc.
Credit 6