Civil Engineering Section

About Civil Engineering Section

Dept. data last updated on :22/11/2021

Civil Engineering Courses were started in the University Polytechnic since its inception. At present, it is successfully running the following courses:

Diploma in Engineering (Civil)

Advance Diploma in Food Technology (ADFT)

The above mentioned courses have been approved by AICTE.

The Civil Engineering Section has developed necessary infrastructure in the form of laboratories and drawing halls. Its laboratories are equipped with almost all equipment related to routine Civil Engineering practices. In addition, it also possesses specialized equipment like Total Station, Digital Theodolite, Auto Level, Laser Level, Spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatograph, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Stack Monitoring Kit, Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Station etc.

Civil Engineering Section consists of many laboratories namely;

Engineering Drawing Hall

S. M. & Structure Laboratory

Concrete Laboratory

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

Surveying Laboratory

Construction Technology Laboratory

Transportation Engineering Laboratory

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

Food Technology Laboratory

Besides these laboratories, the section possesses the services of Workshop, Computer & Auto CAD laboratory. The section is also having one Smart Class room.

The Civil Engineering Section has maintained its standard through its highly motivated and agile faculty consisting of 20 regular faculty and 02 budgeted guest faculties.

VISION

To produce vibrant, competent diploma holders in civil engineering by providing quality technical education for fulfilling the needs of the country and society as a Junior Engineer (J.E.) with emphasis on up to date curriculum, quality faculty and technical staff, field training with state of the art knowledge for professional practice, guided by strong conviction towards morality and ethics.

MISSION

1. To provide knowledge of various civil engineering aspects and skills based practices.

2. To be acquainted with requirements of stake holders to incorporate changes in curriculum to facilitate acceptance of diploma holders both at national and international levels.

3. To make aware of modern techniques and methods to emerge as acceptable Junior Engineer (Civil) in a dynamic and competitive environment.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO'S)

PEO-I PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE: To impart proficiency in engineering knowledge and skills to analyze, design, build, maintain, retrofit and improve civil engineering based systems.

PEO-II SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS: To impart theoretical knowledge and practical skills to carry out technical investigations within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, societal, safety and sustainability.

PEO-III TECHNICAL COLLABORATION: To inculcate the ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams in finding out engineering solutions to the Civil Engineering related problems of the society.

PEO-IV SELF-LEARNING: To create interest to engage in life-long learning in areas of civil engineering and related fields.

PEO-V CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIETY: To educate the students in ethical & moral values and social responsibility to use engineering techniques and modern tools necessary for Civil Engineering practice to serve the society effectively.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POS)

After successful completion of the Diploma programme, the students should be able to:

1. Demonstrate the application of fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science and civil engineering to solve simple problems related to civil engineering works.

2. Plan, design, construct and maintain small civil engineering structures and buildings.

3. Supervise and manage civil engineering project's related activities/practices/resources effectively.

4. Plan and Schedule the various activities on construction site with correct sequence of work with an aim to achieve minimum time of completion of project.

5. Communicate effectively through verbal, written and graphical presentations to diverse personnel.

6. Well versed with the latest Survey Instruments with their operations and utilities.

7. Apply standard code of practices, by-laws, regulations, norms etc. for planning and designing of small civil engineering projects.

8. Exhibit effective team work and function as leader & members in multidisciplinary civil engineering projects.

9. Prepare material statements, abstract of cost of a proposed project, Tender documents etc.

10. Demonstrate necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes required to become an entrepreneur in civil engineering related business.

11. Apply modern techniques, productivity software /tools, and materials for civil engineering construction works.

12. Ensure quality materials and workmanship as per specifications and prevailing schedule of rates (SR).

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POS) FOR ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY (ADFT)

After successful completion of the Advance Diploma in Food Technology programme, the students shall be able to:

1. Understand the chemical, physical and microbiological makeup of the food.

2. To be equipped with the fundamentals of food science and skills required for global career in food industry.

3. Work as Food Technology professionals in various positions of responsibility in public and private sectors such as:

Food Scientist and Process Engineer

Food Researcher and Project Manager

Food Production Manager

Food Packaging Manager

Quality Control Officer

Food Safety Auditor

Marketing Management

Sensory Specialists and Research Technician

Food microbiologist

Entrepreneur