 To provide the students with a comprehensive and balanced understanding of core areas in civil engineering such as Geotechnical engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Engineering.
 To equip students for design, construction, operation and maintenance in the area of structural engineering by incorporating geotechnical applications.
 To interface knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and construction engineering and management using software tools such as STAAD Pro, Nastron etc to provide feasible solutions to achieve optimum construction techniques.
Programme Specific Outcome (PSO’s)
Program outcome (Pos)
 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use researchbased knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analsis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
 Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in a societal and environmental, contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
 Communication: Communicative effectively an complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
 Lifelong learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Course outcome (Cos)
Course Name: C201 – Transforms and partial Differential Equations
C201.1  Understanding the mathematical principles on transforms and partial differential equations 
C201.2  Analyze Fourier series which is central to many applications in engineering. 
C201.3  Providing the ability to formulate and solve some of the physical problems of engineering 
C201.4  To Use Fourier transform technique in wide variety of situations. 
C201.5  Develop Z transform techniques for discrete time systems. 
CE 6301Engineering Geology
C203.1  Will be able to understand the importance of geological knowledge such as earth, earthquake, volcanism and the action of various geological agencies. 
C203.2  Will realize the importance of this knowledge in projects such as dams, tunnels, bridges, roads, airport and harbor 
C203.3  Can choose the types of foundations and other related aspects. 
C203.4  The students completing this course would have acquired knowledge on minerals and their physical properties 
C203.5  Will be able to understand the engineering properties of various rocks and their distribution 
C203.6  Will be able to realize the importance of studying the structures of rocks and subsurface investigation. 
CE 6302 Mechanics of Solids
C204.1  The students will have thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts of stress and strain in mechanics of solids and structures. 
C204.2  They will able analyze a complex two dimensional state of stress and plane trusses in various methods. 
C204.3  The students will have a knowledge of deformation behavior of Thin Cylinders / Shells 
C204.4  The students will able to analyze determinate beams and trusses to determine shear forces, bending moments and axial forces. 
C204.5  The students will able to determine the deflection of the beams with varying load conditions in various methods 
CE 6303 Mechanics of Fluids
C205.1  Gaining the knowledge of properties of fluids 
C205.2  Studying the fluid kinematics and dynamics. 
C205.3  Detailed study on flow through pipes and knowing the losses in pipes 
C205.4  Obtaining the knowledge of boundary layer 
C205.5  Study on Dimensions and models 
CE 6304 Surveying 1
C206.1  Ability to gain knowledge on basics of surveying 
C206.2  Ability to understand application and principle of chain surveying 
C206.3  Ability to understand application and principle of compass surveying 
C206.4  Ability to understand application and principle of plane table 
C206.5  Ability to know about the applications of leveling 
C206.1  Gain knowledge on basics of theodolite. 
CE 6311 Survey Practical 1
C207.1  Students are able to do surveying using Chain and its accessories for various field problems 
C207.2  Students are able to do surveying using Compass for various field problems 
C207.3  Students are able to do surveying using Plane table and its accessories for various field problems 
C207.4  Students are able to do surveying using Dumpy level and its accessories for various field problems 
C207.5  Students are able to do contouring using basic instrument of surveying. 
CE 6312 Computer Aided Building Drawing
C208.1  The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the buildings, industrial structures, framed buildings using computer soft wares. 
C208.2  The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the Buildings with load bearing walls 
C208.3  The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the R.C.C. framed structures. 
C208.4  The students will be able to draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the Industrial buildings – North light roof structures 
C208.5  The students will understand the importance of building information modeling 
CE 6401 Construction Materials
C209.1  The students will have knowledge on the materials and various systems, equipments used in the construction project. 
C209.2  The students will understand the various measuring techniques used in the construction of structures. 
C209.3  The students will understand the various sensors and measuring instruments in the construction of structures. 
C209.4  The students will understand the different Actuator Techniques and actuator materials. 
C209.5  The students will understand the use of signal processing and control system used in the instrument used in structures. 
C209.6  The students will have knowledge on the various applications of Piezoelectric, Electrostrictive Material and Magneto structure Material 
CE 6402 Strength of Materials
C210.1  To know the method of finding slope and deflection of beams and trusses using energy theorems and to know the concept of analysing indeterminate beam 
C210.2  To estimate the load carrying capacity of columns, stresses due to unsymmetrical bending and various theories for failure of material. 
C210.3  They will be in a position to assess the behavior of columns, beams and failure of materials. 
C210.4  They will be in a position to determine the application of stress and strain theory 
C210.5  They will be in a position to determine the critical loads for columns with different end conditions 
CE 6403 Applied Hydraulics Engineering
C210.1  The students will be able to apply their knowledge of fluid mechanics in addressing problems in open channels. 
C210.2  They will possess the skills to solve problems in uniform, flows in steady state conditions. 
C210.3  They shall be in position to understand the importance of gradually varied and rapidly varied flow 
C210.4  They will have knowledge in hydraulic Pumps 
C210.5  They will have knowledge in hydraulic Turbines 
CE 6404 Surveying II
C211.1  The students shall be able to understand the advantages of electronic surveying over conventional surveying methods 
C211.2  Understand the working principle of GPS, its components, signal structure, and error sources 
C211.3  Understand various GPS surveying methods and processing techniques used in GPS 
C211.4  The students deal with geodetic measurements and Control Survey methodology and its adjustments. 
C211.5  The student is also exposed to the Modern Surveying 
CE 6405 Soil Mechanics
C212.1  Students have the ability to determine Index properties and classify the soil. 
C212.2  They can also know to determine engineering properties through standard tests and empirical correction with index properties 
C212.3  To impart knowledge on behavior and the performance of saturated soil. 
C212.4  At the end of this course student attains adequate knowledge in assessing both physical and engineering behavior of soils, mechanism of stress transfer in twophase systems and stability analysis of slopes. 
C212.5  They will be in position to determine the shear strength of cohesive and cohesion less soil 
CE 6411 Strength of Materials Laboratory
C213.1  Students will have the required knowledge on testing of cement 
C213.2  Students will have the required knowledge on tensile and torsion testing of steel rods used in construction 
C213.3  Students will have the required knowledge on Impact testing on materials 
C213.4  Students will have the required knowledge on Hardness testing on materials. 
C213.5  Students will have the required knowledge on springs to find the stiffness. 
CE 6412 Hydraulics Engineering Laboratory
C214.1  The students will be able to measure flow in pipes 
C214.2  The students will be able to determine frictional losses in pipe flow. 
C214.3  The students will be able to develop characteristics of pumps 
C214.4  The students will be able to develop characteristics of turbines. 
C214.5  The students will be able to calibrate venturimeter and orifice meter 
CE 6413 Survey Practical II
C215.1  Students will have practical knowledge on handling survey instruments like Theodolite, Tachometer and Total station 
C215.2  Students will have adequate knowledge to carry out triangulation 
C215.3  Students will have adequate knowledge to carryout Astronomical Surveying 
C215.4  Students will have adequate knowledge on general field marking for various projects and curve settings 
C215.5  Students will have basic fundamental knowledge on handling Total Station 
CE 6501 Structural Analysis I
C301.1  Students have the ability to analysis trusses, frames and arches 
C301.2  They will have the ability to analyse the structures for moving loads 
C301.3  The student will be in position to know the concept and classical methods of analysis . 
C301.4  The will have the ability to analyse the indeterminate structures by using slope deflection method 
C301.5  The will have the ability to analyse the indeterminate structures by using moment distribution method 
CE 6502 Foundation Engineering
C302.1  Students will have the ability to select type of foundation required for the soil at a place and able to design shallow, foundation, deep foundation and retaining structures. 
C302.2  The student shall be in a position to understand the importance of soil condition while selecting the foundation 
C302.3  Will be able to understand the importance of bearing capacity of soil and the settlement of foundation 
C302.4  Will be able to realize the proportioning of combined footing 
C302.5  To make the students conversant to pile foundation and their design 
C302.6  Will be able to understand the importance of pressure distribution in retaining wall and stability analysis. 
CE 6503 Environmental Engineering 1
C303.1  An understanding of insight in to the structures of drinking water supply systems , including water transport treatment and distribution 
C303.2  An understanding of water quality criteria and standards and their relation to public health 
C303.3  The ability to design and evaluate the water supply project alternatives an basis of chosen selection criteria 
C303.4  An understanding of water treatment process including physical, chemical, andbiological process 
C303.5  An understanding of sources, characteristics and standards of water quality 
C303.6  An understanding of insight in to the structures of drinking water supply systems , including water transport treatment and distribution 
CE 6504 Highway Engineering
C304.1  To know the significance of roads and the history of road development in India and details about the Engineering survey. 
C304.2  Detail knowledge on geometric elements 
C304.3  Obtaining the knowledge on designing the Flexible and rigid pavement. 
C304.4  Detail study of the highway construction materials and the tests. 
C304.5  To know the maintenance of pavement, defects and strengthening of the pavements 
CE 6505 Design of Reinforced Concrete Elements
C305.1  The student shall be in a position to design the basic elements of reinforced concrete structures by using various methods. 
C305.2  The students must gained the knowledge in different types of philosophies related to design of basic structural elements such as slab, beam, column and footing which form part of any structural system with reference to Indian standard code of practice. 
C305.3  The students will be in position to develop the knowledge comparison of designing limit state method , working stress method subjected to compression and tension 
C305.4  The students completing this course would have acquire the knowledge on analysis of various methods in structural elements 
C305.5  The students completing this course would have acquire the knowledge on determining the shear force, moment and reinforcement detailing of basic elements 
CE 6506 Construction, Techniques, Equipment And Practice
C306.1  At the end of this course the student shall have a reasonable knowledge about the various construction procedures for sub to super structure 
C306.2  Students completing the course will have understanding of different construction techniques, practices and equipments 
C306.3  They will be able to plan the requirements for substructure and superstructure a construction 
C306.4  Understanding the quality, manufacturing and testing of concrete 
C306.5  The student is also exposed to the Modern Surveying 
CE 6511 Soil Mechanics Laboratory
C307.1  Students will have knowledge on testing of soil in determination of index properties 
C307.2  Students will have knowledge on testing of soil in determination of insitu density 
C307.3  Students will have knowledge on testing of soil in determination of compaction characteristics 
C307.4  Students will have knowledge on testing of soil in determination of permiablity and consolidation 
C307.5  Students will have knowledge on testing of soil in determination of shear failure stress for cohesive and cohesive less. 
CE 6512 Survey Camp
C308.1  Students will have the ability to do the field survey (hilly terrain) using various instruments 
C308.2  Students able to do triangulation and trilateration methods to compute area of surveying land 
C308.3  Students able to determine the quantity of soil for cutting and filling for highway and railway projects using profile leveling and cross section leveling 
C308.4  Students will able to draw contour maps for various type of profiles 
CE 6601 Design of Reinforced Concrete and Brick Masonry Structures
C309.1  The student shall have a comprehensive design knowledge related to Staircase and flat slab. 
C309.2  The student shall be in a position to design the retaining walls 
C309.3  To make the students conversant to design rectangular and circular water tanks 
C309.4  Will be able to understand the importance of yield line theory and its characteristics 
C309.5  Will be able to realize the proportioning of brick masonry structures. 
CE 6602 Structural Analysis II
C310.1  The student will have the knowledge on advanced methods of analysis of structures including space and cable structures. 
C310.2  The student will have the knowledge on advanced methods of analysis like matrix method 
C310.3  The student will have the knowledge on analysis of Plastic analysis 
C310.4  The will have the ability to analyze the Finite Element method 
C310.5  The students will have the ability to solve complex structures using various methods of analysis 
CE 6603 Design of Steel Structures
C311.1  The students would have knowledge on the design of structural steel members subjected to compressive, tensile and bending forces, as per current code 
C311.2  The students will have the knowledge on designing the structural systems such as roof trusses, gantry girders as per provisions of current code (IS 800 – 2007) of practice. 
C311.3  The students completing this course would have acquire the knowledge on standards and specifications of code in designing and connections 
C311.4  The students will have the ability to develop the knowledge on drawing the connections by using rivets, weld and bolt 
C311.5  They will be in position to design the base plate, guesset plate by using connections 
CE 6604 Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
C312.1  On completing the course, the students will have the ability to Plan and Design various civil Engineering aspects of Railways, Airports and Harbour. 
C312.2  Students completing the course will have understanding of different construction techniques, practices and equipments 
C312.3  They will be able to plan the requirements for substructure and superstructure a construction 
C312.4  Understanding the quality, manufacturing and testing of concrete 
C312.5  The student is also exposed to the Modern Surveying 
CE 6605 Environmental Engineering II
C313.1  Ability to estimate the sewage generation and design sewer system including sewage pumping stations 
C313.2  To require the understanding on the characteristics and composition of sewage, self purification of streams 
C313.3  The ability to perform basic design of the unit operation and processes that are used in sewage treatment 
C313.4  The ability to understand on the primary, secondary and territory of sewage treatment plant 
C313.5  The ability to understand the principles and design of sewage collection , conveyance , treatment and disposal 
CE6002 Concrete Technology
C314.1  Study on the properties of materials of concrete 
C314.2  Knowledge of chemicals and minerals admixtures and their effects on concrete 
C314.3  Gaining the knowledge on proportioning of concrete mix 
C314.4  Properties of hardened concrete is studied 
C314.5  Detailed study on special concrete. 
CE 6611 Environmental Engineering Laboratory
C315.1  Students able to perform testing on suspended, volatile, fixed and settleable solids in wastewater. 
C315.2  Students able to perform testing on coagulation amount using jar test 
C315.3  Students able to perform testing to determine BOD and COD for sample wastewater 
C315.4  Students able to perform testing on determining Ammonia Nitrogen in giver=n sample wastewater 
C315.5  Students able to perform testing on determining Nitrate and phosphate 
CE 6612 Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
C316.1 
Student knows the techniques to characterize various pavement materials through relevant tests. 
C316.2  The student is also exposed to handle the construction materials like cement, sand, aggregate and bitumen. 
C316.3  The students are subjected to hands on training on preparing the concrete and bitumen materials for testing. 
C316.4  The students must gain the knowledge on various properties of concrete and bitumen. 
C316.5  At the end of this course the students will acquire the complete knowledge on handling the various material testing equipments. 
CE 6701 Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
C401.1  At the end of the course, student will have the knowledge to analyse structures subjected to dynamic loading and to design the structures for seismic loading as per code provisions 
C401.2  The student will have the knowledge on comparison of single degree of freedom and multiple degree of freedom 
C401.3  The students completing this course would have acquire the knowledge on
Causes and measurement of earthquake 
C401.4  The student will have the knowledge on the performance and behavior of structures under earthquake loading 
C401.5  They will be in position to design the lateral forces as per seismic code 
C401.6  The students will have the ability to develop the knowledge on detailing the reinforcement as per IS 139201992 code book 
CE 6702 Prestressed Concrete Structures
C402.1  Students shall have knowledge of prestressing and able to design various prestressed concrete structural elements. 
C402.2  Students shall have knowledge of various prestressing systems, various methods for analysis of stresses, calculation of short/long term deflection, loss of prestress. 
C402.3  Students shall have knowledge of flexural stresses and shear 
C402.4  Students shall be able to analyze and design composite sections 
C402.5  Students shall be able to design tanks,pipes,poles and partial prestress structures 
CE 6703 Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering
C403.1  The students will have the knowledge and skills on planning, designing , operation and management of reservoir system 
C403.2  The student will gain the knowledge on different methods of irrigation including canal irrigation 
C403.3  The students will be in position to know the knowledge in water resources management of different phases and also in natural water policy 
C403.4  The ability to understand the reservoir planning management and economic analysis including irrigation management practices 
C403.5  The ability to estimate the consumptive use of water in crop period which comes from the irrigation 
CE 6704 Estimation and Quantity Surveying
C404.1  The student shall be able to estimate the material quantities, prepare a bill of quantities. 
C404.2  Students will make specifications and prepare tender documents 
C404.3  The students will have the ability to estimate the quantities of item of works involved in buildings, water supply and sanitary works, road works and irrigation works, 
C404.4  To equip the student with the ability to do rate analysis, valuation of properties 
C404.5  To equip the student with the ability preparation of reports for estimation of various items. 
CE6006 Traffic engineering and management
C405.1  Students will be able to analyse traffic problems at various regions 
C405.2  Students will be able to plan for traffic systems for various uses 
C405.3  Students will be able to design channels intersections, signals, and parking arrangements 
C405.4  Students will be able to analyse for the safety measures involved to prevent accidents and environmental degradation 
C405.5  Students will be able to develop traffic management system 
CE6021 Repair and Rehabilitation of structures
C406.1  The students must gained the knowledge on quality of concrete , durability aspects , causes of deterioration , assessment of distressed structures, repair of structures and demolition procedures 
C406.2  The students will have the knowledge on special types of concrete which will be using in structural building for strength 
C406.3  The students will be in position to develop the knowledge on techniques and protection methods for repair by using corrosion and coating method 
C406.4  The students must gained the knowledge on strengthening of structural elements in building by using retrofitting methods 
C406.5  The students will have the knowledge on quality, causes, properties of concrete 
CE 6711 Computer Aided Design and Drafting Laboratory
C407.1  The students must gain the hands on training on various softwares like Autocad and Staadpro 
C407.2 
At the end of the course the student acquires hands on experience in design and preparation of structural drawings for concrete / steel structures normally encountered in Civil Engineering practice 
C407.3  The students must acquire the complete knowledge on detailing of reinforcement in the construction field. 
C407.4  The students will gain the knowledge on analyzing the special structures like water tank, bridges etc., 
C407.5  The students must gain the complete knowledge on various types of loads acting on the structures 
CE 6712 Design Project
C408.1 
The students must gain the knowledge on various analytical software for designing the structural members 
C408.2  On completion of the design project students will have a better experience in designing various design problems related to Civil Engineering.

C408.3  The student must be in position to face various practical problems in designing the structural members 
C408.4  The student will gain the knowledge on preparing the documentation of the project 
C408.5  The students must gain some ideas related to their experimental projects. 