Civil Engineering Department


General Choice Code: 419019110 ============ TFWS Choice Code: 419019110 ============ Intake : 60




Civil Engineering Deptt. Labs & Workshops:


  1. Engineering Mechanics Lab
  2. Strength of Materials Lab
  3. Geotechnical Engineering - Lab I
  4. Fluid Mechanics - Lab I
  5. Engineering Geology Lab
  6. Environmental Engg. - Lab I
  7. Concrete Technology Lab
  8. Surveying and Leveling - Lab I
  9. Computer Aided Drafting Lab
  10. Steel Structure Lab
  11. Surveying - Lab II
  12. Transportation Engg. Lab I
  13. Building Design & Drawing
  14. Structural Analysis - Lab II
  15. R.C.C. Structures Lab
  16. Fluid Mechanics - Lab II
  17. Comp. Application in CE Lab


Key Strengths:

  • State of the laboratories and workshop, well equipped with the latest equipment Highly experience, qualified and dynamic staff.
  • Digital LCD Projectors that allow students to follow along with the instructor's concepts and examples.
  • Students have access via networked servers to laser and color printers, scanners and video production equipments and applications as well as storage space for data files. Several software and specialized Computer engineering applications
    • are also available on the network.
  • Students have remote access to the Internet, their e-mail and applications.
  • Expert seminar from Industrialists and Academicians.
  • Industrial Training and Visits in nearby Industrial exposure.
  • In modern usage, civil engineering is a broad field of engineering that deals with the planning, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures, or public works, as they related to earth, water, or civilization and their processes.

    It includes the planning, designing, construction, and maintenance of structures and altering geography to suit human needs. Some of the numerous subdivisions are transportation (e.g. railroad facilities and highways); hydraulics (e.g. river control, irrigation, swamp draining, water supply, and sewage disposal); and structures (e.g. buildings, bridges, and tunnels).


    Civil Engineers are usually found in one of the following organizations:


    1. Contractors - who traditionally manage the construction work on site, develop and design construction processes and techniques and supervise a professional team.
    2. Consultants - who are concerned with the design and planning of projects and their effect on the environment.
    3. Public Service Organization and Utilities - who investigate the need for roads, bridges, tunnels, etc and then maintain and manage the structures once they are there.

    There are three kinds of civil engineer:


    1. Engineering Technician, who has basic knowledge of engineering principles and vital technical skills.
    2. Incorporated Engineer, who uses technical knowledge and good management skills to lead project teams.
    3. Chartered Engineer, who is an innovator at the forefront of design solutions.