Course Outline

Chemical Engineering

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

1st  term

 

 

1.

Combustion  Technology

2

50

2.

Natural Gas Processing

2

50

3.

Biotechnology

2

50

4.

Process Simulation & Modeling

4

100

 

2nd term

 

 

5.

Particle Dynamics

2

50

6.

Advanced Transport Phenomena

4

100

7.

Polymer Engineering

2

50

8.

Health Safety and Environment

2

50

 

3rd term

 

 

9.

Reactor Design

4

100

10.

Separation Processes

4

100

11.

Energy Management

2

50

12.

Industrial Waste Management

2

50

 


Civil Engineering

COMPULSORY  COURSE

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Computer  Methods  in Civil Engineering

4

100

 

OPTIONAL  COURSES

(A) STRUCTURAL  ENGINEERING  OPTIONAL               

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Advanced Structural Analysis

4

100

2.

Advanced  Reinforced  Concrete

4

100

3.

Soil Mechanics

4

100

4.

Pre-stressed  Concrete

4

100

5.

Finite Element Methods

4

100

6.

Analysis & Design of Bridges

4

100

7.

Advanced  Concrete  Technology

4

100

 

(B) IRRIGATION  AND DRAINAGE ENGINEERING  OPTIONAL

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Advanced Irrigation Engineering

2

50

2.

Open  Channel  Hydraulics

4

100

3.

Drainage Engineering

2

50

4.

Hydrology-I

2

50

5.

Hydrology-II

4

100

6.

Sediment  Transport Technology

4

100

7.

Design of Hydraulic  Structure

4

100

                                                                                                                                                                             

(C) GEOTECHNICAL  ENGINEERING  OPTIONAL                 

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Advanced Soil Mechanics

4

100

2.

Sub-Soil Investigation & Instrumentation

4

100

3.

Ground  Improvement

4

100

4.

Earth Structures

4

100

5.

Foundation Engineering

4

100

 

(D) TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING OPTIONAL

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Pavement  Design

4

100

2.

Traffic Engineering

4

100

3.

Highway Materials

4

100

 

(E) ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING  OPTIONAL

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Water Supply Engineering

4

100

2.

Waste  Water  Engineering

4

100

3.

Air Pollution and  Noise Control

4

100

4.

Solid Waste  Management

2

50

5.

Environments Health  Engineering

2

50

 

(FCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT OPTIONAL

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Principles of Construction  Management

4

100

2.

Construction  Equipment  and  Management

4

100

3.

Financial Management  in Construction

4

100

4.

Operational  Analysis

2

50


City & Regional Planning

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

FIRST  TERM

 

 

1.

Planning Theory

04

100

2.

Regional Development Planning

04

100

3.

Local Planning Practice

02

50

4.

Community  Organization  & Development

02

50

 

SECOND TERM

 

 

5.

Advanced Planning Techniques

04

100

6.

Planning Research  Methods

04

100

7.

Urban  Land & Real Estate Management

02

50

8.

Urban Transportation Planning

02

50

 

THIRD TERM

 

 

9.

Comparative  Urban Planning

04

100

10.

Infrastructure Planning

02

50

11.

Environment,  Resources  & Development

02

50


Construction Management

S. No

Subject

C.H

Marks

01

Principles  of Construction Management

04

100

02

Quality Management in Construction

02

50

03

Construction and Building  Economics

04

100

04

Resource Planning and Control

04

100

05

Construction Safety Management

02

50

06

Human Resource Management

02

50

07

Engineering Contracts  and Procurement Methods

02

50

08

Computer in Construction Management

02

50

09

Construction Risk Management

04

100

10

Operation Research

02

50

11

Advanced Construction Methods and Equipment

04

100


Energy Systems Engineering

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

1ST TERM

 

 

01

Combustion Engineering

03

75

02

Materials in Energy Systems

02

50

03

Modelling and Simulation

03

75

04

Renewable  Energy Systems

03

75

 

2ND  TERM

 

 

05

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

02

50

06

Advanced  Heat  Transfer

02

50

07

Advanced Power Plant Engineering

03

75

08

Hydrogen Technologies and Fuel Cells

03

75

 

3RD TERM

 

 

09

Digital Technologies  in Energy Systems

02

50

10

Energy Management

03

75

11

Energy Systems for Buildings

03

75

12

Environmental Pollution and  Control

03

75


Industrial Engineering & Management

 

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

1.

Advanced Operation Research

4

100

2.

Organizational Behavior

4

100

3.

Supply Chain Management

4

100

4.

Quality  Management  System

2

50

5.

Engineering Economy

2

50

6.

Production  System Design

2

50

7.

Business Forecasting

4

100

8.

Implementation of Computer  Integrated  Manufacturing  (CIM)

4

100

9.

Human  Resources  Management

4

100

 

Total

30

750


Manufacturing Engineering

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

1st  Term

 

 

1

Materials Engineering

4

100

2

Production  Management  and  Control

4

100

3

Advanced Manufacturing Processes

3

75

 

2nd  Term

 

 

4

Advanced  Metal Forming

4

100

5

Computer  Aided Manufacturing  (CAM)

2

50

6

Automation  and  Control

2

50

7

Finite Element  Analysis

3

75

 

3rd Term

 

 

8

Quality Control and  Reliability

4

100

9

Computer  Integrated  Manufacturing  (CIM)

2

50

10

Advanced  Stress Analysis

4

100


Material Science & Technology

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

1st  Term

 

 

1.

Materials Engineering

4

100

2.

Numerical  Analysis and  Computer  Programming

2

50

3.

Iron and  Steel Technology

4

100

 

2nd  Term

 

 

4.

Welding Technology

2

50

5.

Extractive Metallurgy

4

100

6.

Manufacturing Technology

4

100

 

3rd Term

 

 

7.

Advanced Characterization  Techniques

4

100

8.

Corrosion Engineering: Prevention  and  Control

2

50

9.

Advanced  Materials and  Failure Analysis

4

100

 


Mining Engineering

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

1st  Term

 

 

1.

Rock Mechanics  Design

4

100

2.

Design  & Control  of Mine  water

3

75

3.

Advanced  Drilling & Blasting

4

100

 

2nd  Term

 

 

4.

Open  Pit Mine  Planning and  Design

4

100

5.

Coal Preparation

3

75

6.

Computer  Aided Mine Planning and  Design

3

75

 

3rd Term

 

 

7.

Mine Environments

3

75

8.

Modern  Mine Management

3

75

9.

Cost Analysis & Control

3

75


Structural Engineering

Compulsory Courses

S. No

Subject

C.H

Marks

1.

Computer Applications in Structural Engineering

4

100

2.

Advanced Concrete Technology

4

100

3.

Advanced Reinforced Concrete

4

100

4.

Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

4

100

Optional Courses

S. No

Subject

C.H

Marks

1.

Advance Structural Analysis

4

100

2.

Finite Element Methods.

4

100

3.

Analysis and Design of Bridges

4

100

4.

Pre-stressed Concrete

4

100

5.

Repair, Maintenance and Strengthening  of Reinforced Concrete

4

100

6.

Design of Tall Structures

4

100

7.

Seismic Analysis and Design

4

100


Textile Engineering

S.NO.

Subject

C.H.

Marks

 

1st Term

 

 

01

Advanced Fiber Science

3

75

02

Technical  Textiles

3

75

03

Textile Logistics & Supply Chai