Subject 
Topics 
Engineering Physics 
 Physics of motion
 Optics
 Electromagnetism
 Quantum ideas
 Physics of materials
 Relativity
 Lasers a quantum theory
 Physics of materials

Engineering Chemistry 
 Chemical and instrumental
 Methods of analysis
 Electrochemistry and surfactants
 Molecular structure and phase rule
 Polymers
 Nanomaterials and composites

Engineering Mathematics 
 Curve tracing & applications of definite integrals
 Techniques of one variable calculus & partial differentiations
 Ordinary differential equations
 Partial differential equations
 Solid geometry & multiple integrals
 Ordinary & partial differential equations
 Complex analysis

Basics of Civil Engineering 
 Stresses & strains introduction
 Uniaxial deformations
 Analysis of stresses
 Analysis of strains
 Structures and their forms

BASICS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
 Thermodynamics systems, properties, thermal equilibrium, zeroth law of thermodynamics and concept of temperature. work, displacement work in various quasistate systems, first law of thermodynamics, application to cyclic process, internal energy, enthalpy pure substance, control volumes, application of first law to noncyclic process, steady flow energy equation.
 Reversible and irreversible process, second law of thermodynamics, KelvinPlanck and Clausius statement and their equality. entropy generation, entropy balance equation for closed and open systems.
 First law and second law equations, Maxwell’s relation, Carnot cycle. definition and properties of fluids, classification of fluids, normal and shear stresses in fluids.
 Kinematics of fluid flow; types of flow, flow pattern, velocity and rotation, acceleration of fluid particles, velocity potential function, differential equation of conservation of mass.
 Dynamics of ideal fluids flow; Euler’s equation of motion, Bernoulli’s equation and its application flow measuring device, venturemeter, orificemeter and nozzle meter, pitot static tube, hydraulic coefficient, flow through pipes, major and minor losses in pipe flow.

Basics of Electrical Engineering 
 Fundamentals of electric circuits, Kirchhoff’s laws, mesh analysis, node analysis, deltastar and stardelta conversion, classification of network elements, “Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, superposition theorem.
 Single phase ac circuits, average and effective values of sinusoids, solution of RLC series circuits, the j operator, complex representation of impedances, phasor diagram, concept of power factor, power factor improvement, power in complex notation, solution of parallel and seriesparallel circuits, resonance. Introduction to balance threephase AC circuits.
 Ampere’s circuital law, BH curve, solution of magnetic circuits, hysteresis and eddy current losses. Relays as an application of magnetic force. Transformers construction, e.m.f. Equation, ratings, phasor diagram for no load and full load, equivalent circuit, regulation and efficiency calculations, open circuit and short circuit tests, introduction to autotransformer.
 Introduction to electromechanical energy conversion, DC motors construction, E.M.F and torque equations, characteristics of dc generators and motors, speed control of dc motors. DC motor starter working principle, ratings. Introduction to three phase induction motor, introduction to alternator and synchronous motor and their applications.
 PMMC instruments, shunts and multipliers, multimeters, moving iron ammeters and. Voltmeters, dynamometer wattmeter, AC watthour meters, extension of instrument ranges.

Engineering Chemistry & Environmental Science 
 Water treatment
 Energy resources
 Corrosion and its protection
 Environmental chemistry
 Environmental biotechnology

Basics Of Electronics Communication Engineering 
 Semiconductor diodes transistors (BJT & JFET)
 Operational amplifier
 Feedback and electronic instruments
 Communication systems

Fundamental Of Computing 
 Basics Of Computers
 Operating system
 Networking & DBMS

Engineering Graphics 
 Orthographic Projection
 Isometric projection
 Sectioning
 Building drawings

Solids Mechanics 
 Thin Cylindrical Shells
 Shear force and bending moment
 Bending in beams
 Deflection of beams
 Columns And struts

Fluid Mechanics 
 Different real and ideal fluids, concept continuum approximation, properties of fluids, equation state, coefficient of compressibility, bulk modulus elasticity, Newtonian and non Newtonian fluid, surface tension, capillarity, the concept of viscosity, the effect of temperature on viscosity.
 Fluid static
 Fluid kinematics
 Fluid rotation
 Fluid dynamics

Civil Engineering Materials 
 Cement
 Aggregates
 Special concretes
 Bricks & stones
 Other materials

Surveying 
 Concept of plane and geodetic surveying, classification of surveying, basic principles, measurement of horizontal distance by conventional metl+ods, sources of errors; concept and principle or levelling, instruments for levelling, types of spirit levelling, methods of booking and reduction of le\/els, errors in levelling.
 Concept of traversing, types of meridians and bearings; measurement of horizontal and vertical angles, traverse measurement and computation, omitted measurements.
 Fundamentals of plane table surveying, instruments employed, working operation, methods, errors; introduction and importance of tacheometry, stadia and tangential methods; the importance of topographical survey, concept and characteristics of contours, methods and uses of contours.
 Computation of area by different methods, estimation of the volume of earthwork; setting out of building and tunnel; reconnaissance, preliminary and detailed survey for canals, highways, railways, sewer lines.
 Elements and geometry of horizontal curve, setting out of simple curve by linear and angular methods, compound, reverse and transition curves; basics of vertical curves, setting out of vertical curve.

Engineering Geology 
 Study of the internal structures such as crust, mantle and core of the earth. Mineral matter and physical properties of the rock forming minerals like metallic and nonmetallic minerals. Significance of minerals in civil engineering practices.
 Study of rocks, mode of formation and classification of igneous rocks. Physical and engineering properties of igneous rocks. Relevance of igneous rocks in civil engineering practices. Mode of formation and classification of sedimentary rocks. Physical and engineering properties of sedimentary rocks. Relevance 0f sedimentary rocks in civil engineering practices. Mode of formation and classification of metamorphic rocks. Physical and engineering properties of metamorphic rocks. Relevance of metamorphic rocks in civil engineering practices.
 Study of tectonic activity of the earth. Explanation of fold, fault, joint and unconformities. Types of fold, fault, joint and unconformities. Relevance of fold, fault, joint and unconformities in civil engineering practices.
 Weathering and erosion. Natural agencies of weathering and erosion. Types of weathering. Formations of various types of landforms. Glacial landforms, wind landforms and fluvial landforms. Significance of various landforms in civil engineering practices. Formations of various types of soils
 Site investigation techniques. Geological investigation for dam site and reservoir, bridges, tunnels and buildings. Landslide and land subsidence. Study of earthquakes, classification of earthquakes, earthquake zoning in India. Rocks as engineering material. Hydrologic cycle and study of ground water.

Engineering Maths 
 Vector calculus & higher calculus
 Probability & statistics
 Difference equation & Linear programming

Structural Analysis 
 Forms of structures
 Deflection of beams
 Energy methods
 Deflection of pin jointed plane trusses
 Unsymmetrical bending
 Indeterminate structures
 Column analogy method
 Stiffness/ displacement method
 Ild and its application
 Moment distribution method
 Plastic analysis
 Structural dynamics

Hydraulics 
 Dimensional and model analysis: dimensional analysis and its utility; Buckingham’s pitheorem and Raleigh’s method and their application to fluid flow problems; dimensionless parameter in fluid flow and their relevance., similarities: application of dynamic similarity to model investigations, scale ratio for distorted model
 Laminar flow
 Turbulent flow
 Pipeflow
 Turbines
 Pumps

Building Construction 
 Foundation
 Masonry
 Floors and roofs
 Sloped roofs
 Stairs and escalators
 Doors and windows
 Lintels and arches
 Building finishes
 Damp proofing and waterproofing

Estimating and Costing 
 Introduction
 Building estimates
 Analysis of rates
 Estimate of multistory building

Design of Structure 
 Characteristic strength, stressstrain relationship for concrete and steel, ls specifications (lS 456, 875 & 1893), characteristic imposed loads, DL, EL & Wl. Design philosophies – working stress method and limit state method. Strength and serviceability requirements, analysis and design for flexure of singly / doubly rectangular and flanged beam sections by working stress method
 Analysis and design for flexure of singly / doubly rectangular and flanged beam sections – by limit state method. Serviceability limit states for deflection and cracking, requirements for curtailments and detailing of reinforcement, minimum/maximum tension and compression reinforcement, minimum & maximum spacing of bars; introduction and use 0f design aid (SP16), calculation of deflection.
 Bond stress: flexural & anchorage bond stress, design bond stress, development length, anchorage length; behaviour of beams in shear, design for shear & torsion as per limit state method; reinforcement detailing.
 Complete design of a cantilever and simply supported beam with and without overhang; design of continuous beams with rectangular, T & L sections; introduction to slabs: rectangular slab, one way simply supported & continuous slab and their design; comparison of manual design with the software available.
 Design of connections
 Design of tension members
 Design of compression members
 Design of beams
 Design of slabs and stairs
 Design of columns
 Plate girder
 Roof trusses

Soil Mechanics 
 Classification and properties
 Flow through soils
 Stresses in soil
 Compaction and consolidation
 Shear strength and lateral earth pressure

Environmental Engineering 
 Water demand
 Intakes
 Water quality
 Aeration
 Coagulation
 Water softening
 Wastewater engineering
 Wastewater characteristics
 Classification of treatment process
 Secondary/ biological treatment of sewage
 Air pollution
 Introduction to air pollution control devices
 Solid wastes
 Noise pollution

Transportation Engineering 
 Introduction
 Highway geometric design
 Traffic engineering
 Highway materials

Irrigation Engineering 
 Irrigation in India
 Design of alluvium channels, silt theories
 Weirs and barrages
 Water logging
 Canal lining

Foundation Engineering 
 Earth Retaining Structures1
 Earth Retaining Structures2
 Shallow foundations
 Deep foundations
 Sell dynamics & machine foundations

Earthquake Resistant Design 
 Strong motions and dynamics or structure: strong motions, introduction, terminology of strong motions. nature or ground motion: source effect, path effect, site effect. amplitude, peak ground acceleration, vertical acceleration, seismometer and other seismic instruments.
 Dynamics of structure, modelling of structure, lumped mass approach, equation of motion, mathematical and structural modelling, system of multiple decrees of freedom, responses spectrum.
 Effects and behavior of structures under earthquake: introduction, natural time period of site and structure, liquefaction of soil, restoring force, damping, effects of structural irregularities (vertical, plan and mass). seismic resistant building architecture, building characteristics. Introduction of IS 1893:2002, design philosophy, use of IS 1893;2002 and determination of design lateral forces: equivalent static lateral force method.
 Determination of lateral forces: use of is 1893:2002, determination of design lateral forces: response spectrum method, time history method.(eigen values and eigen vectors, modal pai]ticipation factors, modal mass, use of abs, srss, cqc methods).
 Ductile detailing of RCC structures, earthquake resistant design of masonry buildings and retrofitting: ductility considerations: introduction, assessment of ductility, factors affecting ductility, ductility factors, ductile detailing as per use of IS 13920: 1993, load transfer mechanism of joints.
 Earthquake resistant design of masonry buildings and retrofitting: behaviour of masonry building under earthquake, lateral load analysis of masonry buildings. Design of brick masonry wall under vertical and lateral loads, concepts of repair, restoration and strengthening of existing buildings, methods of retrofitting.

Ground Water Engineering 
 Hydrologic cycle, concept of groundwater in hydrologic cycle, subsurface strata analysis as aquiclude, aquitord , aquifuge and aquifers explanation of unconfined, semi – confined and confined aquifers, perched aquifers. geophysical methods for groundwater exploration, resistivity system, application of Schlumberger and Wenner’s configurations.
 Groundwater balance study. Concept of gross recharge, recoverable recharge, draft and status of groundwater analysis using NABARD’s norms and local norms. Numerical problems on groundwater balance equation and status of groundwater stage of development. Analysis of categories of groundwater as white category, grey and black category.
 Principle and definition of rainwater harvesting. Classification and determination of rainwater harvesting. Numerical problems on rainwater harvesting. Feasibility and design of rainwater harvesting. Case study on rainwater harvesting.
 Introduction of drilling techniques. Drilling in alluvium and soft rock area, reverse rotary drilling and direct rotary drilling methods,calayx method, drilling in hard rock area, DTH method and woodex method, percussion drilling. Geophysical logging and tube well design

Construction Project Management 
 Basic concepts of project management, project organization, client’s estimation of project cost, construction contract
 Construction planning: ladder network, precedence network, the line of balance, network technique advantages, project scheduling and resource levelling, network crashing and costtime trade off. Computer applications in scheduling and resource levelling.
 Contractor’s estimation of cost and bidding strategy, construction equipment management, construction material management
 Project cost and value management, risk in construction, project monitoring and control system. Computer applications in monitoring and reporting, construction quality management, construction safety management.

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