B. Tech. in Civil Engineering

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The field of civil engineering, which is based on the principles of science, mathematics and computational tools, enhances the quality of life of society at large by furthering advancements in civil engineering infrastructure.
The B. Tech. degree course in Civil Engineering at the Alliance College of Engineering and Design, imparts strong theoretical foundations to graduate students and combines practical learning in various areas such as surveying, construction engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering and town planning. The course is interdisciplinary and covers a wide spectrum of electives that are aimed at an in-depth understanding among graduates of atmospheric science, computational fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, geographical information systems and remote sensing.

Course Structure

SEMESTER I/II

Engineering Mathematics I/II
Basics of Mechanical Engineering
Foundations of Computing
Engineering Physics
Basics of Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Foundations of Computing Laboratory
Engineering Physics Laboratory
Basic Engineering Workshop
Engineering Mathematics I/II
Engineering Graphics
Basics of Electrical Engineering
Engineering Chemistry
Basics of Electronics Engineering
Technical English
Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
Electrical and Electronics Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics III
Engineering Geology
Engineering Mechanics
Fluid Mechanics
Building Technology I
Surveying I
Civil Engineering Materials Laboratory
Surveying Practice I
Engineering Mathematics IV
Building Technology II
Strength of Materials
Surveying II
Hydrology and Irrigation Engineering
Open Channel Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Laboratory
Surveying Practice II
Ground Water Hydrology
Structural Analysis I
Transportation Engineering I
Geotechnical Engineering I
Structural Design I
Elective I
Civil Engineering Drawing I
Material Testing Laboratory
Environmental Engineering I
Structural Analysis II
Structural Design II
Geotechnical Engineering II
Transportation Engineering II
Elective II
Civil Engineering Drawing II
Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory
Environmental Engineering II
Design of Steel Structures
Estimation and Costing
Elective III
Design of Prestressed Concrete
Construction and Project Management
Computer Aided Design Laboratory
Environmental Engineering Laboratory
Minor Elective
Elective IV
Elective V
Elective VI
Project Work and Viva Voce
Minor Elective

ELECTIVES

Ecology and Environmental Chemistry
Surface Hydrology and Water Power
Architecture and Town Planning
Alternative Building Materials and Technologies
Ground Improvement Techniques
Remote Sensing and GIS
Advanced Structural Design I
Advanced Geotechnical Engineering I
Highway Pavement Design
Experimental Stress Analysis
Structural Dynamics and Seismic Design
Environmental Pollution Control Engineering
Advanced Structural Design II
Advanced Geotechnical Engineering II
Soil Exploration, Testing and Evaluation
Design of Earthquake Resistant Structures
Urban Transportation Planning
Coastal Engineering and Marine Structures
Matrix Method of Structural Analysis
Industrial Structures
Advanced Construction Engineering and Management
Maintenance and Repair of Buildings
Finite Element Methods
Quality Management System in Civil Engineering
Industrial Waste Water Treatment
Advanced Prestressed Concrete
Business Administration
Customer Relationship Management
Entrepreneurship Management
Operations Research
Fundamentals of Accounting
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Marketing Management
Managerial Economics
Quality Management
Management Information Systems
Principles and Practices of Management
Computer Science and Engineering
Algorithms
Object Oriented Technology
Databases
Client-Server Technology
Java Technology

Note: An elective subject is offered in the B. Tech. in Civil Engineering course only if a minimum number of students enroll in it.