B.Tech. in Construction Engineering & Management will provide graduates with an opportunity to gain advanced theoretical and practical knowledge of construction and infrastructure management principles, procurement, and cost analysis. The programs will also assist in up-skilling local and international graduates in the state-of-the-art practices of professional engineering. The Engineers will develop a technical and integrated systems approach for analyzing and managing complex infrastructure systems.
The first two years build a strong foundation of mathematics, material science, applied physics, engineering drawing, computer science, applied mechanics, etc. It also builds an understanding of the construction sector as a whole. The first four semesters also include laboratory work.
After 2 years there is one semester of Industrial Training in the area in which the student wants to specialize.
A student may specialize in Project Management, Infrastructure Management, or Facilities Management. Depending on the stream of specialization appropriate lab classes are planned.
Students are equipped to handle the coordination of projects, cost estimating, planning and scheduling, project management, materials procurement, equipment selection, and cost control.
The curriculum blends engineering, management, and business practices to ensure that graduates of this program are competent to handle administration & coordination of labor, materials, equipment, supplies, and utilities, in the most efficient manner possible to complete construction projects on schedule and within the budget.
|SEMESTER I||SEMESTER II|
|Applied Mathematics I||Applied Mathematics II|
|Applied Chemistry||Applied Physics|
|Construction Engg. fundamentals||Basic of Electrical and Electronics Engineering|
|Computer Programming||Material Science and Engineering|
|Engineering Drawing||Construction Materials-I|
|IDSC-I [Life Coping Skills]||Workshop Practice (Lab)|
|Environmental Studies||IDSC-2 [Life Coping Skills]|
|SEMESTER III||SEMESTER IV|
|Applied Mathematics III||Strength of Materials|
|Engineering Mechanics||Concrete technology|
|Structural analysis||Quantity surveying & evaluation|
|Computer-Aided Building Drawing||Geotechnical Engineering|
|Fluid Mechanics||Planning & Scheduling Lab|
|Construction Methods & Planning||IDSC-4 [Life Coping Skills]|
|IDSC-3 [Life Coping Skills]||Internship-II|
|SEMESTER V||SEMESTER VI|
|Engineering Geology & Rock Mechanics||Design of Steel Structures|
|Tendering and Contracting||Water Resource Management|
|Construction Safety & Material Handling||Civil, Tax laws & Contract laws|
|Theory of structures||Environmental engineering|
|Economics and cost accounting||Elective II
1. Energy management
2. Procurement & resource management
3. Transport Infrastructure
1. Building maintenance & repairs
2. Advanced project planning
3. Construction logistics
|IDSC-6 [Life Coping Skills]|
|IDSC-5 [Life Coping Skills]||Internship-III|
|SEMESTER VII||SEMESTER VIII|
|Internship-IV||Reinforced concrete design|
2. Environment, Health & Safety Management
3. Hydro infrastructure
|IDSC-7 [life coping skills]|
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