Department of Civil Engineering

Post Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :08/09/2021

COURSE.NAME :

M. Tech. (Structural Engineering)

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

18

COURSE.DEGREE :

Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering

COURSE.COURSE :

Civil Engineering

COURSE.JP :

-Accredited by N.B.A. in 2016 for 5 years. -Few pass-outs are absorbed in IITs and other Universities in India as well as abroad as faculty. Some opt for Research and Development Organizations such as ISRO, DRDO, BARC, etc.

COURSE.PEO :

1. To implement Civil Engineering principles and knowledge to create structural systems and services for the society and to improve quality of life while emphasizing on sustainable development. 

2. To inculcate state of the art technical expertise using theoretical, experimental and computational approaches for the analysis and design of structures 

3. To impart research skills with professional and ethical attitude amongst the post graduates. 

4. To enhance personal knowledge, communication, managerial and decision making skills to succeed in Structural Engineering profession so as to be the preferred the choice of employers at global arena.

COURSE.PO :

As part of the preparation process, the Civil Engineering department has adopted the specific program outcomes to be achieved, as listed below: 

a. An ability to apply knowledge of higher numerical analysis, science, and engineering to conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data for design of structures. 

b. Development of problem solving skills to solve complex engineering problems, including the ability to evaluate and synthesize information and propose feasible solutions. 

c. An ability to design a structural system and its components to serve desired needs within constraints, such as economic, socio-environmental, serviceability and safety within the purvey of sustainable development. 

d. An ability to communicate and function in multidisciplinary teams, understanding professional, ethical responsibility and knowledge of contemporary issues related to structural engineering. 

e. Recognition of lifelong learning and ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools and managerial skills, necessary for structural engineering practice. 

f. An ability to identify challenges in emerging areas and recommend solutions through collaborative and multidisciplinary research. 

g. Ability to write reports and communicate through effective presentations.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes

COURSE.NAME :

M. Tech. (Hydraulic Structures)

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

18

COURSE.DEGREE :

Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering

COURSE.COURSE :

Class room teaching (lecture, tutorial, practical), course work, mid-sem exams and End-sem exams.

COURSE.JP :

Few pass-outs are absorbed in IITs and other Universities in India as well as abroad as faculty. Some opt for Research and Development Organizations such as ISRO, DRDO, BARC, etc.

COURSE.PEO :

1. To apply technical knowledge in planning, design, construction, and maintenance of hydraulic structures and to improve quality of life and minimization of damage to ecology and environment. 

2. To train the students to be life- long learners with spirit of enquiry and zeal to acquire new knowledge, skills and computational approaches for the analysis and design of water resources structures. 

3. To impart communication, entrepreneurial and other soft- skills to succeed in water resources engineering so as to enable them to be preferred choice of employers at global arena. 

4. To make them committed to the highest levels of professional ethics and focus on ensuring quality, safety, reliability and environmental sustainability in their professional activities.

COURSE.PO :

After successful completion of the programme the students shall have: 

a. The knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data for design of hydraulic structures. 

b. An ability to model and simulate hydraulic structures, as well as to analyze and interpret the results. 

c. An understanding to design various hydraulic structures satisfying desired objectives with realistic constraints related to economy, environment, social, political, safety and sustainability issues. 

d. The potential to function in multidisciplinary teams and understanding professional, ethical responsibilities related to hydraulic engineering. 

e. An excellence to use various techniques, soft computing skills, modern engineering tools and managerial skills necessary for effective water resources engineering and management. 

 f. An exposure to identify emerging areas and recommend solutions through collaborative and multidisciplinary research areas. 

g. An ability to write research reports, communicate effectively, engage as lifelong learners and possess knowledge of contemporary issues.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes

COURSE.NAME :

M. Tech. (Environmental Engineering)

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

18

COURSE.DEGREE :

Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering

COURSE.COURSE :

Class room teaching (lecture, tutorial, practical), course work, mid-sem exams and End-sem exams.

COURSE.JP :

Few pass-outs are absorbed in IITs and other Universities in India as well as abroad as faculty. Some opt for Research and Development Organizations such as ISRO, DRDO, BARC, etc.

COURSE.PEO :

1.To produce graduate engineers who can improve quality of life by virtue of pollution free sustainable environment by applying basic engineering principles. 

2.To enhance the ability of graduates in achieving peer recognition as an individual or in a team; through presentations, analytical skills, communication, managerial and decision making skills. 

3.To inculcate technical expertise among students using theoretical and state-of-the-art experimental protocols for environmental protection. 

4.To prepare graduates to serve industry, state, academia, research under entrepreneurial and consultancy pursuit as educated expressive, ethical and responsible citizen.

COURSE.PO :

a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice. 

b. An ability to identify, analyse, formulate, and solve environmental engineering problems. 

c. An ability to contribute by research and innovation to solve environmental engineering concerns.

d. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions.

e. An ability to select modern engineering tools, techniques and skills and apply them for environmental management and policy making.

f. Demonstrate ability to apply the principle of environmental engineering to design solutions to resolve environmental engineering problems. 

g. Demonstrate proficiency in report writing and communication through effective presentations on projects of environment.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes

COURSE.NAME :

M.Tech. (Geo-technical Engineering)

COURSE.SPEC :

Geo-technical Engineering

COURSE.NOS :

12

COURSE.DEGREE :

Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

COURSE.PEO :

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To implement Civil Engineering principles and knowledge to create founding ground for safe buildings for the society and to improve quality of life within the purview of sustainable development.

  2. To inculcate state of the art geotechnical expertise using theoretical, experimental and computational approaches for design of sound foundation.

  3. To impart research and developmental skills with professional and ethical attitude amongst the post graduates.

  4. To enhance personal development, knowledge, decision making, communication and managerial skills to succeed in the Geotechnical Engineering profession, so as to be a preferred choice of employers at global arena.

COURSE.PO :

Program Outcomes (POs)

Department of Civil Engineering of Zakir Husain College of Engineering & Technology strives to train the students for the cause of technical education. In the department, education means enrichment of experimental, analytical and application skills of engineering principles along with overall personality development. The outcome is that our students are at par with the best of institutes of the country. As part of building good engineers, following specific Program Outcomes have been adopted by the Department of Civil Engineering:

a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science for engineering application in design of foundation and base for over and underground structures.

b. Development of skills to solve problems of complex ground system, including the ability to measure, evaluate, synthesize and interpret data for design of sub structure.

c. An ability to design a system and component to meet desired needs within realistic limits, such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health with over all considerations of safety.

d. An ability to function, communicate and liaison effectively with multi-disciplinary teams to formulate geotechnical point of view with professional and ethical responsibility.

e. To recognise life-long learning process for understanding impact of geotechnical engineering solutions with state of the art techniques and demand of society, nation and global environmental concerns.

f. An ability to see the challenges in emerging areas of difficult ground conditions and knowledge of contemporary issues, multidisciplinary approach and collaboration.

g. An ability to use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools for honing report writing, communication, effective presentation and managerial skills.

COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

M.Tech. (Earthquake Engineering & Disaster Management)

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

12

COURSE.DEGREE :

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

COURSE.PEO :

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To implement Civil Engineering principles and knowledge to create safe structures for the society from earthquakes and to improve safe living from natural and anthropogenic disasters.

  2. To inculcate state of the art knowledge using theoretical, experimental and computational approaches for design of earthquake resistant structures.

  3. To impart research and developmental skills with professional and ethical attitude amongst the post graduates to build capacity for disaster preparedness and mitigation.

To enhance personal development, knowledge, decision making, communication and managerial skills to succeed in developing resilient society with high professional skills, so as to be a preferred choice of employers nationally and internationally.


COURSE.PO :

Program Outcomes (POs)

Department of Civil Engineering of Zakir Husain College of Engineering & Technology strives to train students for the cause of sound and applied technical education. The department encourages quality education enriched with experimental, analytical and application of technical knowhow along with overall personality development.

The supposed outcome is that our students are at par with the best of institutes of the country and abroad.

As part of building good engineers, following specific Program Outcomes have been adopted by the Department of Civil Engineering:

a). An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science for engineering application in design of structures in the areas of seismic vulnerability.

b). Development of skills to solve problems of complex ground system, including the ability to measure, evaluate, synthesize and interpret data for design of sub and supra structures.

c). An ability to design a system and component to meet desired needs within economic, environmental, societal and workable constraints, with over all considerations of pre and post disaster safety.

d). An ability to function, communicate and liaison effectively with multi-disciplinary teams to formulate sustained safety standards, keeping in view the professional and ethical responsibility.

e). To recognise life-long learning process for understanding impact of multi hazard events and to provide solutions with state of the art techniques and demand of society to build back better.

f). An ability to see the challenges in emerging areas of infrastructure development in difficult terrain conditions and knowledge of contemporary issues, multidisciplinary approach and collaboration.

g). An ability to use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools for honing report writing, communication, effective presentation and managerial skills in different components of disaster management cycle.

COURSE.Accr :

No