Course Code and Name | Course Outcomes (COs) |
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UTA 001 Engineering Graphics |
To inculcate the imagination and mental visualization capabilities for interpreting the geometrical details of common engineering objects. |

To impart knowledge about principles/methods related to projections of one, two and three dimensional objects. To inculcate the ability to translate geometric and topological information of common engineering object (two/three dimensional) into engineering drawing using standard graphical techniques. | |

To introduce universally accepted conventions and symbols for their usage in technical drawings. | |

To expose students to computer aided drafting tools. | |

MA 001 Mathematics I | The students will be able to find the higher derivatives of various functions. They will be able to solve the higher derivatives of product of two or more functions. |

They will learn how the derivatives affect the shape of graph of a function and in particular how to locate the maximum and minimum values of the function. This will help the students in various practical problems that require minimizing the cost, maximizing the area or somehow finding the best possible outcomes of the situation. | |

Students can relate the Polar coordinates with Cartesian coordinates and they can draw the polar form of the curves. This will help the students to draw various curves (e.g. spiral curves) that are very difficult to draw in Cartesian coordinates. The student will also be able to recognize some conics in polar form. | |

They can express many functions as infinite polynomials (Taylor and Maclaurin series) and at the same time they can tell how much error will incur if we truncate those polynomials to make them finite. The knowledge of these infinite polynomials (called power series) will help the students to evaluate non elementary integrals and to solve the differential equations that give insight into the heat flow, vibration, chemical diffusion and signal transmission. | |

They will be able to extend the basic ideas of calculus of one variable to the functions that have two or more variables. As the functions with two or more variables appear more often in science than functions with single variables, their study will help the students in better understanding the related concepts in the field of Probability, Statistics, Fluid dynamics and Electricity. | |

They can find the integral of a function of two variables over a region in the plane and the integral of a function of three variables over a region in space. The students can use the ideas of multiple integrals to calculate the quantities that vary over two or three dimensions such as the total mass or the angular momentum of an object of varying density and the volumes of solids with general curved boundaries. | |

The students will learn the paths, velocities and acceleration of moving bodies. This will help them to understand the standard questions about the paths and motions of projectiles, planets and satellites. They will also learn the concepts of line integral, surface integral and their connections with single, double and triple integral (Green’s and Stokes theorem). This will help the students to understand the mathematics that engineers and physicist use to describe the fluid flow, design underwater transmission cables, explain the flow of heat in stars and put satellites in orbit. | |

UTA 003 Computer Programming | To understand the basics of computer system hardware, software, number system, number representation, algorithm, flowchart and program. |

To understand the process of program execution and structure of a ‘C’ program. | |

To understand the concept of decision and looping statements. | |

To understand the concept of Arrays | |

To understand the concept of modular programming | |

To understand the concept of pointers | |

To understand the concept of structure, union and file. | |

001 Physics – I | Through this course we impart the basic and applied ideas of some common branches of Physics, which an engineering student encounters frequently in their professional course. The students will understand better the underlying physics while studying other engineering subjects in their professional courses Able to understand and deal with issues related to electromagnetism, which is concerned to all branches of engineering The students will be able to handle various issues related to interference, diffraction, polarization and their applications They will be capable to better understand the use, applications and limitations of lasers They will be able to better understand the underlying principles of acoustic devices. Also be able to understand the methods to design / rectify a hall to achieve acoustical perfection They will be able to better understand the production, detection, application of ultrasound and related issues The students will be benefited in handling different issues related to quantum mechanics |

UES031 Fluid Mechanics | To understand the fundamentals of fluid mechanics; pressure exerted by fluids; and measurement of pressure, Forces on submerged bodies? |

To learn about different types of fluid flows; different methods applied for describing fluid in motion | |

To learn about different types of energies associated with Fluid in motion. | |

To learn about the measurement of flow in pipes and flow in open channels. | |

To understand concept of equivalent pipe; Energy losses in flow in pipe. | |

To understand the dimensional analysis: Methods of dimensional analysis, Model studies | |

To learn about types and working of turbines and pumps. | |

UHU 001 Communication Skills | Increased understanding of the meaning of communication as removed from layman’s understanding and its importance in all spheres of life |

An increased appreciation of the differences in different modes of communication and selection of proper channel of communication. | |

Better understanding of the importance of spoken communication and how to become a good speaker in group as well as individually; improving interpersonal communication. Increased attention span as a listener. | |

Students learnt the latest trends in business letter writing , resume ad report writing. | |

Learnt the unique characteristics of organizational communication and the various directional networks.The role of grapevine was also understood as well as its management. | |

Appreciation and analysis of the role of literature in our lives through discussion of prescribed novel and short stories. The values were also reinforced. | |

UMA 002 Mathematics-II | After studying this course student will be able to obtain solutions for ordinary differential equations with Constant coefficients and some special kind of differential equation with variable coefficients. These techniques may be useful for finding solution of various Electric circuit problems (LCR/LC etc.), Mechanical problems (vibrations) and chemical problems (decay and growth problems). |

Student will be able solve IVP and BVP where the forcing function could be unit step functions or periodic, or impulse functions, which cannot be solved by traditional analytical approach. | |

Students will be able to solve linear and non-linear partial differential equations of first order. | |

Students can understand how a periodic function can be decomposed into series of sines and cosines terms. | |

These concepts would be useful for finding solution to Wave equation, one dimensional heat flow, two dimensional heat flow equations etc. | |

Students can define differentiability of complex functions and can apply concept of analyticity to solve the incompressible fluid problem and heat flow problem. This course forms a foundation of high level course involving contour integration and to express a complex function in Taylor and Laurent series. | |

Students can solve system of equations and can classify trivial or non trivial solution and can apply these concepts to such real world phenomena as electrical networks, traffic flow, population movement, communication networks. Students will be able to apply these concepts in higher level courses like Numerical and statistical methods and optimization techniques. | |

UES 001Electrical and Electronics Science | To understand the basics supply system. |

Study the basic circuit laws, simplifications of electrical circuits using Network theorems | |

Phasor concept approach in ac circuits. Resonance concept in ac system. | |

Analysis of 3-phase balanced circuit | |

Analysis of magnetic circuits | |

To understand step response of R-L and R-C circuit. | |

Study the transformer basic principle, construction, phasor diagram, equivalent circuit. Test on Transformer | |

Study the working principle of 3-phase and 1-phase induction motor. | |

Study the working principle of DC machine. | |

To study the basic rules of electrical safety and standards, Conservation efforts and Auditing | |

Study the basic characteristics of Electronic devises and their applications. | |

UEN 001 Environmental Studies | To be able to define the environmental issues pertaining to day-to-day living; gain awareness for need of environmental education vis-à-vis education for sustainable development |

To be able to understand and be aware of the management of natural resources; importance of the conserving energy and environmental resources; focusing future endeavours towards sustainable development that would consciously manage and utilize natural resources without over-exploitation | |

To be able to describe and discuss the basic aspects associated with structure and function of ecological systems existing around us ? To be aware of the important biological resources and diversity of flora and fauna of the nation; need for intellectual property associated with endemic and valuable biological resources; global issues associated with biological resources | |

To be aware of the causes and consequences of pollution; need for categorisation and management of solid waste with emphasis of reduce, reuse and recycle; global issues associated with climatic changes and international protocols. | |

To be aware of the diverse variety of social issues associated with environmental deterioration involving human component such as population, rights, ethics, urban settlements and human rights. | |

UCB 002 Chemistry Lab | To understand the basics of photochemistry, Law of absorption of light, limitation/deviation and applications of Lambert Beer’s law, Photochemical law, Jablonski’s Diagram, Type of Molecular Spectra, Introduction to atomic spectroscopy, Principle and application of atomic absorption spectroscopy and flame absorption spectroscopy, UV/VIS spectrophotometry, IR spectrometry, NMR and ESR |

To learn the Crystal field theory, crystal field splitting in octahedral, tetrahedral and square planar complexes, Factors affecting CFT, Jahn-Teller distortion | |

To understand the Definition of terms, derivation of phase rule, one component and two component systems | |

To understand the Condensation and addition polymerization, stereochemistry of polymers, Conducting | |

UMA 032 Numerical and Statistical Methods | Enabled to answer the following questions. What is error? How does it occur in numerical computation? How error contaminates your result, if it arises at any level of computation? How to analyze the efficiency of any numerical algorithm? |

Overviewed some numerical technique like Bisection method, Secant method, Fixed point iteration method and Newton-Raphson method to find the roots of non linear equations with their order of convergence, advantage and limitations. | |

Enabled to obtain the solution of system of linear algebraic equations by Gauss elimination method (with various pivoting strategies) and Gauss-Seidel method (an iterative method). Also acquainted with Power method to find the dominant Eigen value and corresponding Eigen vector of a matrix. | |

Will be able to Explain the importance of interpolating polynomial, discussed how to construct the interpolating polynomials by Lagrange’s and Newton’s method with their error analysis of practical exposure. | |

Will be able to develop the idea to evaluate the definite integral by some Newton-Cotes technique (Trapezoidal rule and Simpson’s rule) and Gauss-Quadrature techniques with their error analysis. | |

Enabled to solve the Initial value problem by some numerical technique like Taylor’s series method, Euler’s method, Improved and Modified Euler’s method, Runge- Kutta methods with practical exposure. Acquainted with the principle of least squares method for fitting the curve to the given data points. The concept of correlation and regression is next explained with its wide range of applications. | |

Will be able to Recognized the random variables, pmf, pdf, cdf, expectations of functions of random variables, mean, variance and learned some discrete and continuous probability distributions with practical exposure. | |

UMA 031 Optimization Techniques | The students will be able to get awareness about the real world problems, their understanding and ability to formulate mathematical models of these problems. For example: Finance, Budgeting, Investment, Agriculturist, Transportation, Cable network, Traveling salesman and many more such problems. |

Students will be able to understand the major limitations and capabilities of deterministic operations research modeling as applied to problems in industry or government. | |

The student will learn to handle, solve and analyzing problems using linear programming and other mathematical programming algorithms. | |

The students will also learn how to deal with real world problems of Network analysis, Project Management, for their optimal solutions; for example, they understand how much optimum cable wire is required to give cable connection to some buildings connected by a network. | |

The students will also be able to learn different techniques to solve Non- Linear Programming Problems. | |

They can also use search techniques methods, which are based on iterative methods, to find optimal solutions of Non-Linear Programming Problems. Also students will be able to understand multistage decision problems. | |

UHU031 Organizational Behavior | The basics of Organizational Behavior as an interdisciplinary Course were explained. |

The different levels of analysis: Individual, Group, Organization were taught. | |

The effect of personality, Learning, Attitudes of an individual in an Organization was understood. | |

The role of Motivation and Leadership in an organization and how an individual as a leader can motivate his/her employees and utilize Group dynamics in Organization. | |

The concept of Power and Politics, and Conflict management and its relevance. | |

The main aim was to understand how organization functions as whole, Organizational Culture, Organizational Design, and Organizational Change. | |

UHU081 Engineering Economics | Deep understanding of the basics of Economics |

Creating awareness about different economic activities like Demand and Supply which are important for an engineer. | |

Development of analytical skill of engineers this will help to take decisions. | |

Better understanding of the market, so they can analyze the situation as per the requirements | |

Understanding of the pre-requisites before investing capital and long term decisions | |

In-depth knowledge about Financial markets, National Income Accounting & Inflation / Deflation | |

UTA 002 Manufacturing Processes | To expose students to the basic overview of manufacturing processes and idea about the metallic and non-metallic materials with property and engineering applications. |

Casting: To impart knowledge of basic metal casting processes, getting familiar with different other casting processes and checking of casting for quality. | |

Metal Forming: To study metal forming techniques, extrusion, rolling, drawing, and sheet metal forming and shearing operations. | |

Metal Cutting: To impart in depth knowledge on metal cutting mechnaics, single and multipoint cutting techniques, basic knowledge about the abrasive machining e.g. grinding | |

Welding: To expose the students to the principles of the metal joining methods and getting familiar with different welding techniques (fusion and non-fusion), resistance and others. | |

To impart basic knowledge on processing of non-metallic materials: preparation and processing of plastics for different applications. | |

Non traditional machining: processes based on mechanical, electrical, thermal and chemical sources of energy. | |

General overview about the Numerical Control and Computer Numerical Control of machine tools | |

UCB 001 Chemistry | To understand the basics of photochemistry, Law of absorption of light, limitation/deviation and applications of Lambert Beer’s law, Photochemical law, Jablonski’s Diagram, Type of Molecular Spectra, Introduction to atomic spectroscopy, Principle and application of atomic absorption spectroscopy and flame absorption spectroscopy, UV/VIS spectrophotometry, IR spectrometry, NMR and ESR |

To learn the Crystal field theory, crystal field splitting in octahedral, tetrahedral and square planar complexes, Factors affecting CFT, Jahn-Teller distortion | |

To understand the Definition of terms, derivation of phase rule, one component and two component systems | |

To understand the Condensation and addition polymerization, stereochemistry of polymers, Conducting polymers, Mn, Mw, Mv, Tacticity, structural property relationship | |

To get knowledge about the Aliphatic nucleophilic substitution reactions, Elimination reactions, addition reactions, Willinkinson’s catalyst, Grubbs catalyst, Hydroformylation, Walker Process | |

To understand the Migration of ions, Transfer numbers, Determination of transference number by Hittorf’s method, Diffusion and ionic mobility, conductometric titrations, Debye Huckel theory of strong electrolytes, Type of electrodes, concentration cells with and without transference, liquid junction potential, potentiometric titrations | |

To understand the mechanism of dry and wet corrosion, Introduction to nanochemistry | |

UES002 Solid Mechanics | Concept of stress and strain and strains of axially loaded members, stress-strain diagram, mechanical properties and thermal stresses. |

To expose the students to the shear stress, twisting moment and design of solid and hollow shafts based on strength and stiffness. | |

To introduce shear force and bending moment diagrams, different beams with different loading conditions and relationship between loads, shear force and bending moment. | |

To study flexural formula for straight beams, bending stress for beams, flitched beams, shear stress formula for beams and shear stress distribution in beams. | |

To introduce crippling load of an axially loaded column under different end conditions, Euler’s and Rankine’s formula. | |

To study the governing differential equation for deflection of straight beams having constant flexural rigidity, double integration and Macaulay’s methods for slopes and deflection, slopes and deflections by moment area method and conjugate beams method. | |

To introduce transformation equations for plane stress and plane strain, Mohr’s stress circle, relation between elastic constants, strain measurements and strain rosettes. | |

To study theories of elastic failure, graphical comparison of theories of failure. | |

UCE301 Civil Engineering Materials | To expose students to the various building and general construction products and their associated quality, durability, warrantees, and availability. |

To impart knowledge of various types of properties, uses, and variety of materials important in construction. | |

To expose students to various quality control aspects of the civil engineering materials by performing different lab test on materials. | |

To provide hands-on, research, and collaborative activities to vary and deepen the study of construction materials. | |

UCE302 Architecture and Building Drawings | To expose students to the architectural and building drawings concepts. |

To impart knowledge of constructional details of different building components. | |

To impart the ability to work with an architect and contractor. | |

UCE303 Structural Analysis | To understand fundamental concepts and theorems for analysis of structures. |

To perform analysis of determinate structures. | |

To perform analysis of indeterminate beams and frames using various conventional methods. | |

To draw influence line diagrams for beams, girders, frames and indeterminate structures. | |

To analyze typical structures such as three hinged and two hinged arches. | |

UCE401 Hydrology & Groundwater | To impart an understanding of the various pathways of water movement above and below the ground. |

To stress the conceptual and practical aspects of a wide range of approaches to field measurement of various hydrological processes. | |

To identify and quantify the hydrological data inputs necessary for various design applications in the field of water resources. | |

To introduce to the quantitative relationship that explains the understanding of hydrological processes in answering scientific and water-resources-management questions. | |

UCE402 Concrete Structures Design - 1 | To introduce the design philosophies of various methods of design. |

To carry out the analysis of reinforced concrete elements. | |

To undertake design of various reinforced concrete elements by working stress and limit state method. | |

To undertake experiments for evaluation of cement, and concrete properties. | |

UCE403 Surveying | To introduce concepts of surveying and leveling. |

To make students conversant with topographical maps and their applications. | |

To undertake experiments in the field by different techniques and under different circumstances. | |

To have a field exposure. | |

UCE501 Soil Mechanics | To introduce soil as three-phase system, index properties and engineering classification methods of soils. |

To study flow through soils (permeability) and influence of presence of water on engineering properties of soil. | |

To study compressibility characteristics (compaction and consolidation) of soils and estimate settlements. To study variation of geostatic stresses and stress due external load in soils. | |

To study methods of determination of shear strength of soils and factors influencing its magnitude. | |

UCE502 Water supply Engineering | To identify and recognize the potential sources of water. |

To devise cost effective water collection and distribution systems. | |

To undertake the laboratory experiments for assessing water quality. | |

To understand the principals of water treatment and design treatment units. | |

UCE503 Advanced Structural Analysis | To perform analysis of cables and suspension bridges. |

To understand formulation of various structural matrices and concept of direct stiffness method. | |

To understand and perform analysis of trusses, continuous beams and rigid frames using matrix force method. | |

To understand and perform analysis of trusses, continuous beams and rigid frames using matrix displacement/stiffness method. | |

To introduce finite element method. | |

UCE504 Steel Structures Design - I | To introduce concepts of strength and stiffness considerations. |

To analyze, and design the riveted and bolted connections. | |

To undertake design problems on the basis of strength and serviceability concepts taught. | |

To undertake design problems on the basis of plastic design theory. | |

UCE505 Transportation Engineering - II | To discuss historical development, classification and planning of roads in India. |

To discuss various road construction materials. | |

To perform geometric design of highways and expressways. | |

To perform analysis and design of flexible and rigid pavements. | |

To understand fundamentals of traffic studies. | |

To understand basic requirements and mechanisms for highway maintenance, drainage, economic, and environment. | |

UCE506 Construction Management | To explain the main responsibilities of a project manager and how to carry out these. |

To equip the students with modern project approaches and project management techniques including the project crashing and resource allocation techniques. | |

To provide tools for project control and evaluation. | |

To explain the benefits of undertaking effective contract management. | |

To provide the various methods for estimating the cost of the construction project. | |

To explain the details of the accounts procedure of the PWD works. | |

Apply computer skills to project management and evaluation. | |

UCE601 Sewerage and Sewage Treatment | To describe the effects of common water pollutants on the ecosystem at large, with special reference to human health, property, and urban infrastructures. |

To describe the sources of such pollutants and estimate the quantity of wastewater that can be generated from individual households, small and large community, towns and cities. | |

To design the systems including the appurtenances used for collection and conveyance of the wastewater generated in a township or in an industry. | |

To make suggestions about operation and maintenance of the sewage collection and conveyance systems. | |

UCE602 Foundation Engineering | To introduce purposes, extent and methods of soil exploration. |

To understand analysis of lateral earth pressure for design of earth retaining structures. | |

To introduce concepts to assess stability of natural/man-made slopes under varying in-situ material properties. | |

To undertake design and analysis problems related to shallow foundations including machine foundations. | |

To undertake design and analysis problems related to deep foundations including pile and well foundations. | |

UCE603 Hydraulic Engineering | To introduce concepts of laminar, turbulent flow and boundary layer formation. |

To analyze, and solve problems related to water flow in a conduit and in open channel and forces in bodies emerged in fluid. | |

To undertake design problems related to water surface profiles, soffit level of stilling basin etc. on the basis of total energy and hydraulic jump formation concepts. | |

To undertake experiments for evaluation of hydraulic principle. | |

UCE604 Concrete Structures Design - II | To introduce concepts of design of various special structural elements. |

To undertake design problems on design of building frames. | |

To undertake design problems on design of water tanks. | |

To introduce to codal provisions of IS:13920. | |

UCE605 Transportation Engineering-II | To discuss the concepts of Runway Orientation and the Geometric Design of the Runway and the Taxiway. |

To identify, analyze, and solve problems related to structural design of the flexible and the rigid runway and taxiway pavements. | |

To undertake problems related to the layout of the Terminal Building, Hangar and Apron. | |

To discuss the concepts of the Permanent way section of the Indian Railway. | |

To undertake the problems regarding the geometric design of the railway track. | |

To discuss the concepts of the various signalling systems, the safety aspects and the modernization of the Indian Railway. | |

UCE701 Ground Improvement(*) | To discuss necessity and introduce various ground improvement methods. |

To discuss ground improvement techniques based on drainage and electrical conductivity. | |

To discuss ground improvement techniques based on compaction and consolidation. | |

To understand concept of soil reinforcement and its suitability as ground improvement method. | |

To understand ground improvement methods based on grouting and exclusion techniques. | |

To introduce design of earth retaining structures, diaphragm walls and stone columns. | |

UCE801 Steel Structure Design - II | To perform structural stability analysis. |

To perform plate girders and steel structures such as roof trusses and building frames for industrial buildings. | |

To perform analysis and design of tubular structures. | |

To analyze and design various types of steel bridges. | |

To introduce analysis and design of steel transmission line towers and tower foundations. | |

To analyze and design aluminum and light weight structures. | |

UCE802 Earthquake Resistant Design | To introduce nature and characteristics of various dynamics loads. |

To have considerable knowledge of theory of vibrations including multi-degree of freedom systems. | |

To assess of structural failure due to earthquakes. | |

To analyze and design structures subjected to seismic loading as per IS codes. | |

To introduce ductile detailing of structures, concept of soft story and design of shear walls as per IS code. | |

To implement use of codes with reference to masonry buildings. | |

UCE803 Irrigation Engineering | To introduce various types and methods of irrigation. |

To have knowledge of various terms and aspects related to water requirement of crops. | |

To design canal head-works and various hydraulic structures using various design philosophies. | |

To understand canal regulation works and related hydraulic structures. | |

To have knowledge of canal outlet and cross drainage works. | |

UCE611 Finite Element Method in Engineering Analysis | Understand the fundamental ideas of FEM. |

Know the behavior and usage of different elements. | |

Prepare a FEM model for structures. | |

Analyze structure using a software. | |

Interpret and evaluate the results. | |

UCE721 Site Organization and Management(*) | To understand various preparatory steps involved in construction project execution at site. |

To understand various organizational activities involved project management at site. | |

To understand principles involving optimum mobilization of men, material and machinery. | |

To learn supervision, legal and quality control aspects of project management. | |

UCE722 Construction Materials and Techniques(*) | To cover in-detail commonly used modern construction materials. |

To study various advanced types of concretes, their characteristics and applications. | |

To introduce special kinds of formworks and foundations for towers and machines. | |

To understand special issues related high rise buildings, low cost housing and modular construction. | |

To understand various boring techniques. | |

UCE831 Bridge Engineering | To discuss basic definitions, types, and components of bridges. |

To discuss sub-surface investigations required for bridge construction. | |

To understand standard specification for bride design. | |

To perform design of various slab type reinforced concrete bridges. | |

To perform design of bridges sub-structures, bearings and joints. | |

To have knowledge of quality control and maintenance aspects of bridges. | |

UCE834 Advanced Transportation Engineering | To understand transportation planning and analysis, evaluating transportation alternatives and public transport system. |

To know various road specifications and procedure for mix design. | |

To understand various construction methods for soil stabilized roads. | |

To understand fundamentals of pavement design and perform design of rigid and flexible pavements using various methods. | |

To understand concepts of traffic engineering including traffic control, control aids, regulations, highway capacity, and design of intersections. | |

To understand overlay design and construction. | |

UCE841 Design of Masonry | To introduce various fundamental concepts, components and types of masonry works. |

To understand design features of brick masonry in buildings and laterally loaded masonry structures. | |

To understand basic concept and structural design of foundations, piers, walls and abutments. | |

To perform structural design of reinforced brick columns. | |

To analyze and design masonry arches and domes. | |

To perform seismic design of brick masonry buildings with reference to IS standards. | |

UCE842 Soil Dynamics | To recognize scope and significance of soil dynamics. |

To have knowledge of basic dynamic properties of soils. | |

To understand lateral earth pressures in seismic conditions. | |

To understand liquefaction of soils and related phenomena. | |

To understand basic theory of vibrations and perform analysis and design of machine foundations. | |

To introduce dynamics of dams and reservoirs. | |

UCE591 Survey Camp | To enable students a complete basic surveying exposure on a considerably difficult hilly terrain. |

To take up tasks such as setting up of traverse stations, base-line measurements, fly leveling, detailing, and contouring. | |

To develop understanding of maintaining survey field-books and drawing topographical sheets/maps. | |

To develop capacity to work in group. | |

UCE791 Project Semester | To have extensive on-site exposure to various civil engineering aspects. |

To develop managerial skills of the students. | |

To expose students to practical problems and learn troubleshooting methods. | |

To develop an understanding of modern construction materials and techniques. | |

To expose students to take up complex structural design and construction challenges. | |

To develop confidence to take up a project activity independently. | |

UCE792 Project(*) | To expose students to a minor problem (academic) related any one of the following components viz. design of structures, geotechnical investigations, water supply distribution system, irrigation engineering and highway design. |

To develop acumen for higher education and research. | |

To master the art of working in group, and develop understanding of technical dissertation presentation and writing. | |

UCE793 Practical Training 6 Weeks(*) | To expose students to a topic related construction or design or software based analysis. |

To improve technical knowledge and state-of-the art practice related to the chosen topic. | |

To develop acumen for higher education and research. | |

To improve presentation skills. | |

UCE891 Design Project | To expose students to a detailed design problem related any one of the following components viz. design of structures, geotechnical investigations, water supply distribution system, irrigation engineering and highway design. |

To develop acumen for higher education and research. | |

To master the art of working in group, and develop understanding of technical dissertation presentation and writing. |

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