BE Civil Engineering

INTRODUCTION

Bachelor of Civil engineering is four years program with 145 credit hours. The course emphesises both theoritical knowledge as well as practical aspect in various infrastructure related subject like water supply, sanitary, irrigation, hydrology, engineering material, fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, foundation engineering, engineering geology, transportation engineering, hydropower engineering and so on.

Furthermore civil engineering is known as the mother of all engineering.  It is the oldest, broadest, most suitable and useful of all engineering sciences. Civil engineering is an exciting profession because as you can see the results of your work, at the end in the form of final product like completed bridge, high rise building, subway station or hydraulic damp or others. The followings are the sub-categories or different fields of Civil Engineering: Geo technical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resource engineering, Environmental Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Urban Planning and so on.

DEGREE AWARD

After successful completion a student will be awarded degree entitled “Bachelor of Civil Engineering”  by Purbanchal University.


COURSE STRUCTURE

First year / First semester

1

Mathematics – I

2

Applied Mechanics –I(Statics)

3

Chemistry

4

Engineering Drawing - I

5

Workshop Technology

6

Computer concept and Programming

7

Construction Material

 First Year / Second semester

1

Mathematics – II

2

Applied Mechanics –II (Dynamics)

3

Physics

4

Engineering Drawing II

5

Communicative English

6

Fundamental of thermodynamics and Heat

7

Building construction.

Second year / First semester

1

Mathematics – III

2

Strength of materials

3

Electric circuits and machines

4

Survey – I

5

Fluid mechanics

6

Engineering Geology

Second Year / Second semester

 1

Probability and statistics

 2

Theory of Structure I

 3

Research Methodology

4

Hydraulics

 5

Engineering Hydrology

 6

Survey – II

 7

Fundamental of Architecture

Third year / First semester

 1

Water supply Engineering

 2

Soil mechanics

 3

Theory of Structure – II

 4

Numerical Methods

 5

Concrete technology and masonry structures

 6

Transportation Engineering I

 7

Survey Camp

Third year / Second semester

 1

Transportation Engineering II

 2

Irrigation Engineering

 3

Engineering Economics

4

Design of Steel and timber structures

 5

Sanitary Engineering

 6

Foundation Engineering

Fourth year / First semester

 1

Estimation and Valuation

 2

Design of RCC structure

 3

Applied Sociology

4

Hydropower Engineering

 5

An introduction to Earth Quake Engineering

 6

Elective – I

 7

Elective – II

Fourth year / Second semester

 1

Safety Engineering and Disaster Risk Management

 2

Engineering Professional Practice

 3

Construction Project Management

 4

Elective – III

 5

Project (Civil Engineering)

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