About the Department

The Civil Engineering department is considered one of the oldest engineering disciplines, Civil Engineering involves planning, designing, and executing structural works. The profession deals with a wide variety of engineering tasks including designing, supervision, and construction activities of public works like roads, bridges, tunnels, buildings, airports, dams, waterworks, sewage systems, ports, etc., and offers a multitude of challenging career opportunities. The Department of Civil Engineering was started in the year 2010. The Department has well experienced, dedicated faculty members with different field of specialization Like Structural Engineering, Water Resource, Environmental, Soil Mechanics & foundation, Remote Sensing. The Department is well equipped with the latest equipment’s in Survey Lab, Strength of Materials Lab, Hydraulics Lab, Concrete & Highway Engg Lab, CADD lab, Soil Mechanics Lab Environmental Engineering lab, and Advanced Structural Engg Lab.

Vision & Mission

 

Vision

  • To inculcate students with ingenious technical knowledge and ethical skills to develop qualified civil engineers.

Mission

  • To provide quality education with field training to create competent civil engineer.
  • To develop innovative applications in the design and construction of structural works.

PEO & PSO

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES 

Students who graduate from this programme will be able

  • To become successful in the field of Civil Engineering that meets the needs of Indian and multi-national companies.
  • To develop the confidence and ability among students to synthesize data and technical concepts and thereby apply it in real world problems.
  • To utilize modern techniques, skill and mathematical engineering tools for solving problems in Civil Engineering.
  • To provide students with a sound foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems and to prepare them for graduate studies.
  • To promote students to work collaboratively on multi-disciplinary projects and make them engage in life-long learning process throughout their professional life.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES 

At the end of the program students will be able to

  • Identify, examine and solve problems in the domains of Civil Engineering that needs analytical and design requirements.
  • Plan, analyze, design and prepare estimate for Civil Engineering projects with professional ethics

HoD Profile

Dr. A. Hemalatha has obtained her B.E., (Civil Engineering) from Madurai Kamaraj University in the year 1989 .Obtained Masters from NIT Trichy in 2004 and secured Ph. D from Anna University Chennai in 2016 . She worked as an Assistant Engineer in Agricultural Department (NWADPRO) Scheme from 2004 to 2005. She joined as an Assistant Professor in Christian College of Engineering & Technology in the year 2005. In the year 2015 she worked as Associate Professor at RVS School of Engineering.  Presently she is a Professor at NPR College of Engineering & Technology. She has Published 25 Papers in National ,International ,Journals  and Conferences. She has guided 4 PG Scholars and more than 30 UG Scholars. She received Innovative Technological Research and Dedicated Teaching Professional Award from Society of Engineers and Technicians from Kualalumpur, Malaysia. She got membership from various Professional Bodies. She is doing her Consultancy services for many Construction Industries for their materials and soil testing. She has delivered 9 Guest Lectures and organized 9 workshop/seminars/short term courses in various colleges. She has elected as an Executive member in Geotechnical Society Trichy Chapter. Her area of Research was Geotechnical Engineering which includes Foundation, Soil Structure, Interaction on Ground Improvement.

 

STAFF NAME:Dr.A.HEMALATHA

EMAIL ID:hemalathaalagar0@gmail.com

CONTACT NO:9894879990

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COURSE OUT COME  REGULATION 2017

 

PROGRAMME:CIVIL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2017-18

SEMESTER:  01

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(Student can able to understand)

Knowledge Level

 

1

 I / I

HS8151 - COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

C101.1

Communicate clearly both in the written form and orally using appropriate vocabulary and comprehend written texts to make inferences.

K2

C101.2

Speak persuasively in different social contexts and write biographical details and technical documents cohesively, coherently and flawlessly using appropriate words.

K2

C101.3

Speak, read and write effectively for a variety of professional and social settings.

K2

C101.4

Read descriptive, narrative, expository and interpretive texts and write using creative, critical, analytical and evaluative methods.

K6

C101.5

Listen, comprehend and respond to different spoken and written discourses/excerpts in different accents and write different genres of texts adopting various writing strategies.

K6

2

 I / I

 MA8151 - ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – I

C102.1

Use both the limit definition and rules of differentiation to differentiate functions.

K3

C102.2

Apply differentiation to solve maxima and minima problems

K3

C102.3

Evaluate integrals both by using Reimann sums and by using the fundamental theorem of convergent improper integrals. Evaluate integrals using techniques of integration, such as substitution, partial Fractions, integration by parts and improper integrals.

K5

C102.4

Apply integration to compute multiple integrals, area, volume, integrals in polar Coordinates, in addition to change of order and change of variables.

K3

C102.5

Apply various techniques in solving differential equations.

K3

3

 I / I

PH8151 - ENGINEERING PHYSICS

C103.1

Discuss the Young’s modulus and Rigidity modulus of elasticity of materials and its determination through experimental methods .

K2

C103.2

Describe the characteristics of laser light and their application in semiconductor laser .

K2

C103.3

Discuss the principle behind the propagation of light through an optical fibre and its application in sensors.

K2

C103.4

Summarize the different modes of heat transfer.

K2

C103.5

Describe the unit cell characteristics and the growth of crystals

K2

4

 I / I

CY8151 - ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

C104.1

Summarize the water related problems in boilers and their treatment techniques.

K2

C104.2

Discuss the applications of adsorption in the field of water and air pollution abatement.

K1

C104.3

Discuss the types of catalysis and the mechanism of enzyme catalysis.

K2

C104.4

Associate phase rule in the alloying and the behaviour of one component and two component systems using phase diagram.

K2

C104.5

Summarize the principles and generation of energy in batteries ,nuclear reactors, solar cells, wind mills and fuel cells.

K2

5

 I / I

GE8151- PROBLEM SOLVING AND PYTHON

C105.1

Discuss the logical solutions through Flowcharts, Algorithms and Pseudo code

K2

C105.2

Explain the syntax for python programming constructs.

K2

C105.3

Compute the flow of the program to obtain the programmatic solution.

K2

C105.4

Examine the programs with sub problems using ‘Python’ language

K3

C105.5

Compute the compound data using Python lists, tuples, and dictionaries

K2

6

 I / I

GE8152- ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

C106.1

Sketch the conic sections, special curves, and draw orthographic views from pictorial views and models.

K4

C106.2

Apply the principles of orthographic projections of points in all quadrants, lines and planes in first quadrant.

K3

C106.3

Sketch the projections of simple solids like prisms, pyramids, cylinder and cone and obtain the traces of plane figures.

K4

C106.4

Practice the sectional views of solids like cube, prisms, pyramids, cylinders & cones and extend its lateral surfaces

K3

C106.5

Sketch the perspective projection of simple solids, truncated prisms, pyramids, cone and cylinders and sketch the isometric projection of simple machine parts.

K4

7

 I / I

GE8161- PROBLEM SOLVING AND PYTHON LAB

C107.1

Write, test, and debug simple Python programs

K1

C107.2

Apply the concept of conditionals and loops in Python programs.

K3

C107.3

Develop the Python programs step-wise by defining functions and calling them.

K4

C107.4

Use Python lists, tuples, dictionaries for representing compound data.

K3

C107.5

Read and write data from/to files in Python.

K2

8

 I / I

 BS8161 - PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

C108.1

Apply physics principles of optics and thermal physics to evaluate engineering properties of materials.

K3

C108.2

Ability to test materials by using their knowledge of applied physics principles in optics and properties of matter.

K5

C108.3

Perform the quantitative chemical analysis of chloride and dissolved oxygen.

K5

C108.4

Determine the amount of acids by using the instruments of conductivity meter and pH meter.

K5

C108.5

Determine the hardness, alkalinity and metal ion content in the water samples by volumetric titration.

K5

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAMME:CIVIL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2017-18

SEMESTER:  02

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(Student can able to understand)

Knowledge Level

 

1

 I / II

HS8251 - TECHNICAL ENGLISH

C109.1

Read technical texts and write area specific texts effortlessly.

K2

C109.2

Listen and comprehend lectures and talks in their areas of specialization and write effectively for a variety of professional and social settings

K2

C109.3

Speak and write appropriately and effectively in varied formal and informal contexts.

K6

C109.4

Write effectively and persuasively and produce different types of writing such as letters, minutes, reports and winning job applications.

K6

C109.5

Communicate clearly using technical vocabulary in their professional correspondences

K2

2

 I / II

 

MA8251 - ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – II

C110.1

Calculate the eigen values and eigenvectors, diagonalization of a matrix, Symmetric matrices, Positive definite matrices and similar matrices

K3

C110.2

Evaluate the line, surface and volume integrals using Gauss, Stokes and Green‘s theorems and their verification

K5

C110.3

Determine Analytic functions, Conformal mapping and Bilinear transformation

K3

C110.4

Evaluate the Cauchy’s integrals, Taylor’s and Laurent’s and residue theorem for evaluation for real integrals using circular and semicircular, contour

K5

C110.5

Evaluate Laplace transform and inverse transform of simple functions, properties, various related theorems and application to differential equations with constantcoefficients.

K5

C110.6

Discuss Laplace Transform methods to solve initial value problems for constant coefficient linear ODEs.

K2

3

 I / II

 

PH8201 - PHYSICS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING

C111.1

 Analyze the thermal performance of buildings.

K2

C111.2

 Acquire knowledge on the acoustic properties of buildings.

K1

C111.3

 Understand the various lighting design of buildings.

K2

C111.4

Knowledge on the properties and performace of engineering matrials

K3

C111.5

Understand the Hazards of buildings.

K2

4

 I / II

 

 BE8251 - BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

C112.1

Understand the electrical circuit and their working principles

K2

C112.2

 Identify the electrical components of a machines and their applications

K2

C112.3

Explain the characteristics of the electrical machines

K2

C112.4

Identify the digital electronics circuits and their components

K2

C112.5

Explain the fundamentals of communication systems

K2

5

 I / II

 

GE8291- ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

C113.1

Summarize the values, threats, conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems.

K2

C113.2

Discuss the sources, effects, control measures of different types of pollution, and solid waste management.

K1

C113.3

Associate the effects of exploitation of Natural resources on environment

K3

C113.4

Summarize the water conservation methods and various environmental acts for environmental sustainability

K2

C113.5

Discuss scientific, technological, economic and social solutions to environmental problems

K1

6

 I / II

 

GE8292 - ENGINEERING MECHANICS

C114.1

Iilustrate the vectorial and scalar representation of forces and moments

K2

C114.2

Analyse the rigid body in equilibrium

K3

C114.3

Evaluate the properties of surfaces and solids

K4

C114.4

Calculate dynamic forces exerted in rigid body

K3

C114.5

Determine the friction and the effects by the laws of friction

K3

7

 I / II

 

GE8261 - ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY

C115.1

Fabricate carpentry components and pipe connections including plumbing works.

K2

C115.2

Use welding equipments to join the structures.

K2

C115.3

Carry out the basic machining operations

K2

C115.4

Make the models using sheet metal works

K4

C115.5

Illustrate on centrifugal pump, Air conditioner, operations of smithy, foundary and fittings

K4

C115.6

Carry out basic home electrical works and appliances

K2

8

 I / II

 

CE8211 - COMPUTER AIDED BUILDING DRAWING Laboratory

C116.1

Draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the buildings, using computer softwares

K3

C116.2

Draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the industrial structures using computer softwares

K3

C116.3

Draft the plan, elevation and sectional views of the framed buildings using computer softwares

K3

 

PROGRAMME:CIVIL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2018-2019

SEMESTER:  03

 

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(Student can able to understand)

Knowledge Level

 

1

 II / III

 MA8353 -TRANSFORMS AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

C201.1

Solve First, Second order homogeneous and non homogeneous partial differential equations

K3

C201.2

Find the Fourier series of a given function satisfying Dirchlet’s condition.

K2

C201.3

Apply Fourier series to solve one dimensional wave, one and two dimensional heat equations.

K3

C201.4

Determine Fourier transform for a given function and use them to evaluate certain definite Integrals

K2

C201.5

Determine z transforms of standard functions and use them to solve difference equations

K3

2

 II / III

 

CE8301 -  STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I

C202.1

 Understand the concepts of stress and strain, principal stresses and principal planes.

K2

C202.2

Determine Shear force and bending moment in beams and understand concept of theory of simple bending.

K4

C202.3

Calculate the deflection of beams by different methods and selection of method for determining slope or deflection.

K4

C202.4

Apply basic equation of torsion in design of circular shafts and helical springs.

K3

C202.5

Analyze the pin jointed plane and space trusses

K4

3

 II / III

 

CE8302 - FLUID MECHANICS

C203.1

Get a basic knowledge of fluids in static, kinematic and dynamic equilibrium.

K2

C203.2

Understand and solve the problems related to equation of motion.

K3

C203.3

Gain knowledge about dimensional and model analysis.

K3

C203.4

Learn types of flow and losses of flow in pipes.

K2

C203.5

Understand and solve the boundary layer problems.

K3

4

 II / III

 

CE8351 - SURVEYING

C204.1

 The use of various surveying instruments and mapping

K2

C204.2

 Measuring Horizontal angle and vertical angle using different instruments

K3

C204.3

 Methods of Leveling and setting Levels with different instruments

K2

C204.4

 Understand the Concepts of astronomical surveying and methods to determine time, longitude, latitude and azimuth.

K3

C204.5

 Understand the Concept and principle of modern surveying.

K2

5

 II / III

 

CE8391 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

C205.1

Compare the properties of most common and advanced building materials.

K2

C205.2

Understand the typical and potential applications of lime, cement and aggregates

K2

C205.3

Know the production of concrete and also the method of placing and making of concrete elements.

K2

C205.4

Understand the applications of timbers and other materials

K2

C205.5

Understand the importance of modern material for construction.

K2

6

 II / III

 

GE8392- ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

C206.1

Explain the importance of geology and compare the geological features with engineering importance.

K2

C206.2

Explain about the types of various minerals.

K2

C206.3

Apply knowledge regarding the underline rock formation to get complete idea about igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock

K2

C206.4

Explain about fault, folds, unconformity and joints which are present in the strata of the earth crest,
by which they can able to compare the particular area with their construction site or engineering
projects.

K2

C206.5

Apply knowledge related with the dams, tunnels, bridges and reservoir with the help of these they
can be able to apply their knowledge for making of their engineering projects

K2

7

 II / III

 

CE8311- CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS  LABORATORY

C207.1

The students will have the required knowledge in the area of testing of construction materials

K4

C207.2

The students will have the required knowledge in components of construction elements experimentally.

K4

C207.3

The students will have the required knowledge in the area of testing of concrete

K4

8

 I / II

 

CE8361 - SURVEY LAB

C208.1

Acquired practical knowledge on handling basic survey instruments including Theodolite, Tacheometry.

K4

C208.2

Acquired practical knowledge on handling basic survey instruments including  Total Station and GPS

K4

C208.3

 Knowledge to carryout Triangulation and Astronomical surveying including general field marking for various engineering projects and Location of site etc.

K4

9

 I / II

 

HS8381 - INTERPERSONAL SKILLS/LISTENING &SPEAKING

C209.1

Speak effectively on various academic topics and respond to questions.

K2

C209.2

Converse effectively with the use of conversation starters and discourse markers.

K6

C209.3

Listen and respond to various academic dialogues and discussions

K2

C209.4

Participate confidently and appropriately in informal and formal conversations and group discussions.

K6

C209.5

Use a range of presentation tools like PPT, Videos, and Charts etc. to make an engaging presentation.

K6

 

PROGRAMME:CIVIL ENGINEERING

DEGREE: UG

A.Y: 2018-2019

SEMESTER:  04

 

S.No

Year/

Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

(Student can able to understand)

Knowledge Level

 

1

 II / IV

MA8491-NUMERICAL METHODS

C210.1

Determine the solution of algebraic and transcendental system of linear equations

K3

C210.2

To interpolate the values of unknown functions using Newton’s Formula

K3

C210.3

Estimate the numerical values of the derivatives and integrals of unknown function.

K3

C210.4

Solve first and second order initial value problem

K3

C210.5

Solve Numerically boundary value problem

K3

2

 II / IV

CE8401- CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES, EQUIPMENTS & PRACTICES.

C211.1

Explain the different construction techniques and structural systems

K2

C211.2

Understand various techniques and practices on masonry construction, flooring, and roofing.

K2

C211.3

Plan the requirements for substructure construction.

K3

C211.4

Choose the methods and techniques requireed  for the construction of various types of super structures

K3

C211.5

Select, maintain and operate hand and power tools and equipment used in the building construction sites

K3

3

 II / IV

CE8402 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS II

C212.1

Determine the strain energy and compute the deflection of determinate beams, frames and trusses using energy principles.

K4

C212.2

Analyze propped cantilever, fixed beams and continuous beams using theorem of three moment equation for external loadings and support settlements.

K4

C212.3

Examine  the load carrying capacity of columns and stresses induced in columns and cylinders.

K4

C212.4

Determine principal stresses and planes for an element in three dimensional state of stress and study various theories of failure

K4

C212.5

Determine the stresses due to Unsymmetrical bending of beams, locate the shear center, and find the stresses in curved beams

K3

4

 II / IV

 CE8403 APPLIED HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING

C213.1

Apply their knowledge of fluid mechanics in addressing problems in open channels.

K3

C213.2

Solve problems in uniform, gradually  varied flows in steady state conditions.