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FIRSTSEMESTER
COURSETITLE

PAPERCODE

APPLIEDMATHEMATICSI
APPLIEDPHYSICS

DCE110
DCE120
DCE120P
DCE130
DCE130P
DCE140

APPLIEDCHEMISTRY
INTRODUCTIONOFIT

MARKS
THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL
100
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100
50
50
100
50

50

100

100

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100

SECONDSEMESTER
COURSETITLE

PAPERCODE

COMMUNICATION
SKILLSI
APPLIEDMATHEMATICS
II
APPLIEDPHYSICEII

DCE210
DCE210P
DCE220

ENGINEERINGDRAWING
WORKSHOPPRACTICEII

DCE230
DCE230P
DCE240
DCS240P
DCS250P

MARKS
THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL
50
50
100
100

00

100

50

50

100

50

50

100

00

100

100

THIRDSEMESTER
COURSETITLE

PAPERCODE

MARKS
THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL

COMPUTERAPPLICATIONI DCE310
DCE310P
APPLIEDMACHINES

DCE320
DCE320P
CONSTRUCTION
DCE330
MATERIALS
DCE330P
BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION DCE340
HYDRAULICS
DCE350
DCE350P

50

50

100

50

50

100

50

50

100

100
50

00
50

100
100

FOURTHSEMESTER
COURSETITLE

PAPERCODE

CIVILENGINEERING
DRAWINGI
CONCREATE

DCE410

THEORY
00

DCE420

50

MARKS
PRACTICAL TOTAL
100
100
50

100

TECHNOLOGY
STRUCTURALMACHINES
SURVEYINGI
IRRIGATION
ENGINEERING

DCE420P
DCE430
DCE430P
DCE440
DCE440P
DCE450P

50

50

100

50

50

100

00

100

100

FIFTHSEMESTER
COURSETITLE
CIVILENGINEERING
DRWAINGII
ELEMENTSOFRCC
DESIGN
TRANSPORATION
ENGINEERING
SOIL&FOUNDATION
ENGINEERING
SURVEYINGIICAMP

PAPERCODE
THEORY
00

DCE510P

MARKS
PRACTICAL TOTAL
100
100

DCE520P

00

100

100

DCE530

100

00

100

DCE540
DCE540P
DCE550
DCE550P

50

50

100

50

50

100

SIXTHSEMESTER
COURSETITLE
EARTHQUAKE
RESISTANTBUILDING
CONSTRUCTION
ELEMENTSOFSTEEL
STRUCTURALDESIGN
ESTIMATION&COSTING
CIVILENGINEERING
DRAWING
PROJECTWORK

PAPERCODE
DCE610
DCE610P

THEORY
100

MARKS
PRACTICAL TOTAL
00
100

DCE620

100

00

100

DCE630
DCE640
DCE640P
DCE650P

100
50

00
50

100
100

00

200

200

Note:
TheoryPaper:30%ContinuousInternalAssessmentand70%University examination.
PracticalPaper:30%ContinuousInternalAssessmentand70%University examination.

ContinuousInternalAssessment:
1)Twoorthreetestsoutofwhichminimum
TwowillbeconsideredforAssessment

60%ofContinuousInternal
Assessment

2)Seminars/Assignments/Quizzes

30%ofContinuousInternalAssessment

3)Attendance,classparticipation
Andbehavior

10%ofContinuousInternalAssessment

SEMESTERI
DCE110

APPLIEDMATHEMATICS1

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1.
2.

3.

1.
2.

ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshave
toattemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry
15%ofthetotalmarks
SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswers typequestions,which willcover
theentiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandD
ofthequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed.

SECTIONA
1.AlGEBRA
Application of Quadratic equations simultaneous equations (one linear and other
Quadraticequation)intwovariablestoengineeringproblems.
Arthmetic Progression, its nth term and sum of n terms with their applications to
engineeringproblems.GeometricalProgression,itsnthtermandsumofntermsandto
infinitywith applicationtoengineeringproblems.
Partial fractions (excluding repeated quadratic factors) formally introduction of
permutations&combinations,applicationsofformulaefornprncr
Binomial theorem (expansion withoutproof) forpositive integral index (expansion and
generalterm).
Binomial theorem for any index (expansion without proof only). First and second
binomial approximationwithapplicationtoengineeringproblems.
SECTIONB
2.TRIGNOMETRY
Concept of angles, measurement of angles in degrees, grades and radians and their
conversions.Trignometricalratiosandtheirrelations.
Review of ratios of some standard angles (0,30,45,60,90 degrees), TRatios of Allied
angles(withoutproof),Sum,differenceformulaeandtheirapplications(withoutproof).
Productformulae(Transformationofproducttosum,differenceandviceversa).TRatios
ofmultiple angles,submultipleangles(2A,3A,A/2).

Area of a triangle, Heros formulae, solution of triangles with direct applications of


cosineformulae,sineformulae,Napiersanalogyonly.
SECTIONC
3.COORDINATEGEOMETRY
Cartesian coordinates (two dimensions), Distance between two points, Internal and
Externaldivisionformulae,Applicationofareaformulae(withoutproof).
Areaoftrianglewhenitsverticesaregiven,coordinatesofcentroid,incentreofatriangle
when theverticesaregiven,usingtheformulaes,simpleproblemsonlocus.
Application of equation of straight line in various standard forms, intersection of two
straightlines,anglebetweentwolines.Perpendiculardistanceformulae.
Generalequationofacircleanditscharacteristics.Tofindtheequationofacirclegiven
(i)Centerandradius(ii)Threepointsonit(iii)Coordinatesofendpointsofadiameter.
SECTIOND
Plottingofcurvesy=(f(x),f(x)beingalgebraicfunctionofx(maximumupto2nd degree).
Definitionofconicsection.Standardequationofparabola,Tofindequationsofparabola
whenitsfocusanddirectrixaregiven,Giventheequationofaparabola,determinationof
itsfocus,vertexaxis,directrixandlactusrectum.
Ellipse and hyberbola (standard equations without proof), given the equation in the
standardform,determinationoffocus,directrix,lactusrectum.Axes,eccentricityand
center.
ConceptofPolarcoordinates&theirconversion toCartesiancoordinates& vice versa,
cylinder,cone,3D

DCE120
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks: 40%

APPLIEDPHYSICSI
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshave
toattemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry
15%ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandD of
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useof nonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed

SECTIONA
MECHANICS
1.UNITSANDDIMENSIONS
FundamentalandderivedunitsinSISystem,
DimensionsofPhysicalQuantitites,
Principleofhomogeneity
Dimensionalequation,
Applicationsofdimensionalanalysis:Checkingthecorrectnessofphysicalequations,
Derivationofsimplephysicalrelations,LimitationofDimensionalAnalysis,significant
figuresandErrorAnalysis.
2.FORCEANDMOTION
ScalarsandVectors,
Velocity&acceleration,
Equationsofmotion,
Newtonslawofmotion,
Force&itsderivationfromNewtonslawsofmotion,
Compositionandresolutionofforces,
ParabolicMotion
Horizontalprojectionandprojectionatanangle,timeofflight,
Horizontalrangeandmaximumhorizontalrange,
SimpleProblems,
Centripetalacceleration,centripetalandcentrifugalforces,
Conceptoffrictionanditsapplication.
Applicationtobankingofroads
SECTIONB
3.WORK,POWERANDENERGY
WorkanditsUnits,
Work done on bodies moving on horizontal and inclined planes (consider frictional
forcesalso).
ConceptofPoweranditsunits,
Calculationsofpower(simplecases).
ConceptofKineticenergyandpotentialenergy
ExpressionsforP.EandK.E,
Conservationofenergyinthecaseoffreelyfallingbodies,
Principleofconservationofenergy.
4.ROTATIONALANDSIMPLEHARMONICMOTIONS
Definitionofmomentofinertia,
Momentofinertiaofdisc,ring&sphere,
Torqueandangularmomentumandtheirinterrelation,
Principlesofconservation(angularmomentumanditsapplications).
Kineticenergyofrollingbody,
S.H.M derivationofdisplacement,velocity,acceleration,timeperiodandfrequency,
Motionofcantilever,Free,forcedandresonantvibrations(Noderivation).

SECTIONC
HEAT
1.TEMPERATUREANDITSMEASUREMENT
ConceptofheatandtemperatureonthebasisofK.E.ofmolecules.
Unitofheat
BasicPrinciplesofmeasurementoftemperature,
Thermocouple,
Bimetallicandresistance,
PyrometersandThermometers
Criteriafortheselectionofthermometers.
2.EXPANSIONOFSOLIDS
Coefficientoflinear,
Surfaceandcubicalexpansionsandrelationamongstthem,
Thermalstresses(qualitativeonly)andtheirapplications.
SECTIOND
3.HEATTRANSFER
Threemodesoftransferofheat,
Coefficientofthermalconductivity,itsdeterminationbySearlesmethodandLeesdisc
method.
Conductionthroughcompoundmedia(Seriesandparallelfortwomaterialsonly),
Heatradiation,Characteristicsofheatradiations,
Prevoststheoryofheatexchange,
Blackbodyradiations,
Emissivityandabsorbtivity
Kirchoffslawandstefanslawofradiation.

DCE120PAPPLIEDPHYSICSI
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.Todeterminethedensityofacylinderusingverniercalipersandbalance.
2.Todetermineareaofcrosssectionofwireusingscrewguage.
3.Todeterminethethicknessofglasspieceusingspherometer.
4.Calculationandverficationofperiodofvibrationofacantilever(usegraph)
5.VerifyParallelogramlawofforces.
6.MeasurementofK.E.gainedbyabodydroppedthroughheighth.
7.Tofindthecoefficientoflinearexpressionofgivenrod.
8.CaliberationofThermocouple.

DCE130

APPLIEDCHEMISTRYI

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshave
toattemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry
15%ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.STRUCTUREOFATOM
Chemistry as important branch of science, Basic concept of Elements Mixture and
compound, ChemicalEquation,itsbalancing,implicationsandlimitations.
RecapitulationofFundamentalParticlesofatomi.eelectron.Protonandneutron.
Bohrsmodelofatom
LineSpectrumofHydrogen
Modernconceptofatomfourquantumnumbers,shells,subshells,orbital(shapesofs&p
orbitals
Paulisexclusionprinciple.
AfbauEnergyrankingrule.
Orbitalconcepttypesofbondscovalency,formationofss,sp,pp,bondingwith
examples.
Hybridizationsp,sp2,sp3,(considerBeF2,BF3,CH4)molecules.
Briefconceptofmodernperiodictableofelements.
SECTIONB
2.CHEMICALEQUATION,OXIDATION&REDUCTION
ConceptofOxidation&Reduction.
Electronicconceptofoxidationandreduction.
Redoxreactions(directandindirect).
OxidationNo.balancingofsimpleredoxreactionsbyoxidationNo.
SECTIONC
3.IONICEQUILIBIRIUM
Ionization.,degreeofionization,
Focuseffectingionization
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Ionizationofwater,ionizationequilibriuminaqueoussolutions,commonioneffect
4.ACIDSANDBASES
Conceptofacidsandbases,theirstrengthinionizationconstant.
PHvalue,acidbasetitration,choiceofindicators.
Hydrolysis
Buffersolution
5.ELECTROLYSIS
Conceptofelectrolysis.
Faradayslawofelectrolysis.
Engineeringapplications(electrometallurgy,electroplating&electrorefining)
SECTIOND
6. WATER
Hardandsoftwater,removalofhardnessby:
a.Sodalimeprocess.
b.Permutitsprocess.
c.Ionexchangemethod.
Disadvantagesofhardwaterinindustrialuse,boilerscales,priming,foamingcorrosion
and
causticembrittlement.
Expressingthedegreeofhardnessofwaterin(withsimpleproblems)
a.Clarksdegree
b.OHenersmethod
Determinationofdegreeofhardnessby(withsimpleproblems):
a.Soaptitrationmethod:
b.OHenersmethod:
Waterfordrinkingpurposes.
7.SOLUTIONS&COLLOIDS
Solute,solvent,solution&colloids.
Particlesizeandcolloidalstate
Tyndelleffect,Brownianmovement,coagulation.

DCE130P
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

APPLIEDCHEMISTRYI
UniversityExamination: 35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1. Introductionofbasicconceptsofvolumetricanalysis&otherrelatedequipment.
2. Findthestrengthingramsperlitreofthegivensolutionorsodiumhydroxidewiththe
helpof standardoxalicacidsolution.
3. Find the strength of sulphuric acid in grams per litre using standard oxalic acid
solutionandanintermediatealkalisolutionindicatorphenopthalein.
4. Determine the strength of oxalic acid solution in grams per litre using standard
sulphuricacid, Indicatormethylorange.
5. Determinethetotalalkalinity inppminthe given sampleofwaterby soapsolution
method.
6. Estimatethetotalhardnessofasampleofwaterbysoapsolutionmethod.
7. Estimate the amount of chlorides present in water using silver nitrate solution.
Indicatorpotassiumchromate.
8. Determinepercentagepurityofcommercialsampleslikebluevitrolandgreenvitrol
volumetrically.
9. Qualitativeanalysisofsomeimportantacidic&basicradicalswithdirecttestingwith
demonstrationofgroupanalysis.

DCE140
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

INTRODUCTIONTOIT
UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
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2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
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ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
informationconcepts&processing
definitionofinformation, dataVsinformation,introductiontoinformationsystem,information
representation digital media, images, graphics, animation, audio, video etc. Need a value &
qualityofinformationtheconceptofinformationentropy&numericals.

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SECTIONB
Computerappreciation
definitionofelectroniccomputer,history,generation,characteristics&applicationofcomputers,
classification of computers, RAM,ROM, computer hardware, CPU, various I/O devices,
peripherals,storagemedia,softwaredefinitionandconcepts.
SECTIONC
Datacommunication&networks
computer networks , networking of computers, introduction to LAN, WAN, MAN, network
topologies , basic concepts in computers computer networks, introduction to GPRS,
CDMA,GSM&FMtechnologies.
SECTIOND
Introductiontointernettechnologies
HTML,DHTML,WWW,FTP,TELENET,webbrowser,netsurfing,searchengines,email,ISP,
ecommerce,publickey,privatekey,safetyofbusinesstransactiononweb.
Conceptsinoperationsystem
Elementaryconceptsinoperationsystem,GUI,introductiontoDOS,MSwindows,

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SEMESTERII
DCE210

COMMUNICATIONSKILLS1

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
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2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
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ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
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thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Corresponding:(Official,BusinessAndPersonal)
? OneLetterfromeachcategory(Official,BusinessandPersonal)maybesetinthe
examinationpaperandthestudentsbeaskedtowriteoneofthem.
SECTIONB
2.Grammar
? Abriefreviewofeasyformoftenses.Conversionofdirectnarrationintoindirect
formofnarrationandviceversa(onlysimplesentences).Punctuation.
SECTIONC
3.Essay
? Preferablyonscientifictopicfromthegivenoutlines.Thepapersettermaybe
instructedtogiveachoiceofattemptingoneoutofthreetopics.Thequestionpaper
mayprovidetheoutlines.Theessaywillbeof250to300words.Theexaminermay
selectthreetopicsonefromeachofthefollowing.
(i)Science
(ii)Technology
(iii)General.
SECTIOND
WrittenCommunication
report,notices,agendanotes,businesscorrespondencepreparationofsummery&prices.

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DCE210P

COMMUNICATIONSKILLS1

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%
1
2
3
4.
5.
6.
7.

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

Locateaparticularbookinthelibrary.
Findoutsomewordsinthedictionary.
Prounciation,stressandintonation.
Giveabbreviationsofparticularwordsandviceversa
Givemeaningofsomewords.
Spellsomewords.
Practiceofhandlingsomecommunicationsystemsliketelephoneandnotingdown
andconveyingmessages.

DCE220

APPLIEDMATHEMATICSII

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:70 Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment: 30Marks

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ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.DifferentialCalculus
Conceptoflimits.FourstandardlimitsLt

Lt
x 0

Sinx
x

Lt
x0
n

n n
x a
x a
x a
x
a 1
x x

Lt
1/x
x0(1+x)

Differentiationbydefinitionofx,sinx,cosx,tanx,e
Differentiationofsum,productandquotientoffunctions.Differentiationoffunction asa
function.
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Differentiationoftrigonometricinversefunctions.Logarithmicdifferentiation,
Successivedifferentiation(excludingnthorder)
Applications:
(a)RateMeasures
(b)Errors
(c)MaximaandMinima
(d)Equationoftangenttoacurveforexplicitfunctionsonlyandequationofa normal.
(e)NewtonsMethodofsolvingequationusingtheformulaf(a)/f(a)
SECTIONB
2.IntegralCalculus
Integrationasinverseoperationofdifferentiation.
SimpleIntegrationbysubstitution,bypartsandbypartialfractions(forlinearfactors
only).
Evaluationofdefiniteintegrals(simpleproblems)

Evaluationof

pi/2 n
Sinxdx

pi/2
n
pi/2 m
n
Cosxdx Sin xCosx

0
00
usingformulaewithoutproof(mandnbeingpositiveintegersonly)
Applications:
(a)areaboundedbyacurveandaxes
(b)volumeofsolidformedby revolutionofanareaaboutaxes.(Simpleproblems).
(c)Centreofgravity
(d)MomentofInertia
(e)Averagevalue
(f)Rootmeansquarevalueofafunction
(g)gamafunction(reductionformula)
SECTIONC
3.DifferentialEquation
Concept of formation of Differential Equation and solution of first order differential
equation.
(a)Variablesseparation.
(b)HomogeneousdifferentialEquation
(c)LinearDifferentialEquation.axn
SolutionofLineardifferentialEquationshavinge,Sinax,Cosaxandxintherighthand
side.
SECTIOND
matrix
addition,subtraction,multification,rankofmatrix

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DCE230
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
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50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

APPLIEDPHYSICSII
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment: 15Marks

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ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Waves
Generationofwavesbyvibratingparticles,wavemotionanditsparameters.
Equatingawave.Energytransferbyparticleandwave.
Superpositionofwavesandinterference(graphical).
Soundandlightaswavesfrequencies,wavelengthandvelocitiesandtheir
relationship.
SECTIONB
2.ApplicationsofSound
Ultrasonics
(a)Productionofultrasonicwavesbyusingmagnetostrictionandpiezo electric
methods.
(b)Applicationstodrillingcoldwelding,cleaning,flawdetectionandexploration
(Sonar).
Acoustics
(a)Reflection,refractionandabsorptionofsoundwavesbysurfaces.
(b)Echoandreverbration.
3.ApplicationsofLight
Refractionandrefractiveindex.
Defects in image formation (Qualitative), Simple and compound microscope,
astronomicalandGalaleotelescopesandtheirmagnifyingpowers.
4.Electrostatics
Coloumbslaw,Unitcharge
ElectricfieldandElectriclinesofforce.
Electricintensityduetochargedstraightconductorandplanesheet.
Capacitanceanditsunits,Parallelplatecapacitor.
Groupingofcapacitorsinseriesandparallel(simpleproblems).
Dielectricconstantitsfunctions.
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SECTIONC
5.D.C.Circuits
Ohmslaw
Kirchoffslaw
WheatstoneBridgePrinciple.
SimpleProblemsonseriesandparallelcircuits.
SECTIOND
6.Electromagnetism
Magneticfieldsanditsunits.
Magneticfieldaroundacurrentcarryingconductor.
Circularloopandsolenoids.
Forceonamovingchargeandcurrentinamagneticfield.
Forcebetweentwocurrentcarryingparallelconductors.
MovingcoilgalvanometerConversionofgalvanometerintoAmmeterandVoltmeter.
PermeabilityDia,paraandFerromagneticmaterials.
7.ModernPhysics
Introductiontolaser,itscharacteristicsandimportantapplications.
Introductiontocommonmodesofcommunication,vizFax,Email,Internetetc.

DCE230P

APPLIEDPHYSICSII

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.Tofindthevelocityofsoundbyresonancemethod.
2.Determinethefocallengthofaconvexlensbydisplacementmethod.
3.Settingupamodeloftelescopeanddeterminationofitsmagnifyingpower.
4.Settingupamodelofcompoundmicroscopeanddeterminationofitsmagnifying
power.

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DCE240P

ENGINEERINGDRAWINGI

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

SECTIONA
1.HandlingUseandCareofDrawinginstrumentsandMaterials.
DrawingInstruments
Materials
LayoutofDrawingsheets
SECTIONB
2.FreeHandSketchingandLettering
DifferenttypesoflinesinEngineeringdrawingasperISIspecifications.
Practice of free hand sketching of vertical, horizontal and inclined lines, geometrical
figuressuchastriangles,rectanglesandcircles.
3.LetteringTechniqueandPractice
Intsrumentalsinglestrokeletteringof35mmand70mmheightintheratioof7:4Free
hand Lettering (Alphabet and numerals) lower case and upper case, single stroke and
blockletters,vericalandinclinedat75degreeindifferentstandards,seriesof3:58and
12mmheightsintheratioof7:4
4.DimensioningTechnique
Necessityofdimensioning,methodandprinciplesofdimensioning(mainlytheoretical
instructions).
Dimensioning of Overall sizes, circles, threaded holes, chamfered surfaces, angles,
tapered surfaces, holes, equally spaced on P.C.D., counter sink holes, counter bored
holes,cylindricalparts,narrowspacesandgaps,radii,curvesandarches.

DCE240

ENGINEERINGDRAWING

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TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
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ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed

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SECTIONA
1.Scales
Scalestheirneedandimportance(Theoriticalinstructions).
Drawingofplainanddiagonalscales.
SECTIONB
2.Projection
Theoryofprojections(Elaboratetheoreticalinstructions)
Drawing3viewsofgivenobjects(Nonsymmetricalobjectsmaybeselectedforthis
exercise).
Drawing6viewsofgivenobjects(Nonsymmetricalobjectsmaybeselectedforthis
exercise).
Identificationofsurfacesondrawnviewsandobjectsdrawn.
Exercisesonmissingsurfacesandviews.
Orthographicdrawingorinterpretationofviews.
Introductiontothirdangleprojections.
SECTIONC
3.Sections
Importanceandsalientfeatures,Methodsofrepresentingsections,conventionalsections
ofvariousmaterials,classificationofsections,conventionalinsectioning.
Drawing of full section, half section, partial or broken out sections, offset sections,
revolvedsectionsandremovedsections.
Drawingofdifferentconventionsformaterialsinsection,conventionalbreaksforshafts,
pipes,rectangular,squareangle,channel,rolledsections.
Exercisesonsectionalviewsofdifferentobjects.
SECTIOND
4.IsometricViews
Fundamentalsofisometricprojections(Theoretical Projections)
Isometricviewsfrom2to3givenorthographicviews.
PreparationofsimpleworkingdrawingofFurnitureitemsliketable,stoolandanyjob
preparedintheworkshop.

DCE250P
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

WORKSHOPPRACTICEII
UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

The following shops are included in the syllabus : Student can opt relevant shops
dependingupontheneedofhis/hercourse:
1.Carpentryandpaintingshop.
2.Fittingshop.
3.Welding&sheetmetalshop.
4.Electricshop.
5.Smithyorelectronicshop.

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SECTIONA
1.CarpentaryandPaintingshop
Introductiontojoints,theirrelativeadvantagesanduses.
JobI PreparationofDovetailjoint.
JobIIPreparationofMitrejoint.
JobIII Preparationoflengtheningjoint.
JobIVPreparationofatleastoneutiityjobwithandwithoutlamination.
DemonstrationofjobshowinguseofRipsaw,BowsawandTramme,methodof
sharpeningvarioussaws.
DemonstrationofjobonBandSawandCircularsaw,chain&dieseluniversalwood
workingmachine,sawresharpeningmachine,SawBrazingunit.
Demonstrationofvariousmethodsofpaintingvariousitems.
JobVPreparationofsurfacebeforepainting.
JobVIApplicationofprimercoal
JobVIIPaintingwoodenitemsbybrush/roller/spray
SECTIONB
2.FittingShop
Descriptionanddemonstrationofvarioustypesofdrills,tapsanddies
Selectionofdiesfortapping,Typesoftaps,tapping,dieinganddrillingoperations.
JobI MakingInternalandExternalThreadsonajobbytapinganddieing
operations(manually).
Precautionswhiledrillingsoftmaterials,speciallylead.
JobIIDrillingpracticeonsoftmetals(Aluminium,Brassandlead)
Care and maintenance of measuring tools like calipers, steel rule, try square, vernier
micrometer, height gauge , combination set , reading gauge, Handling measuring
instruments,checkingofzeroerror,findingofleastcount.
JobIII Preparationofajobbyfillingonnonferrousmetal.
JobIVProductionofautilityjobinvolvingalltheoperations.
differenttypesofelbowT Union,Socket,stopstock,tapsetc.
JobVPreparationofjobinvolvingthreadonGIpipe/PVCpipeandfixingof different
typesofelbowTUnion,socket,stopstock,taps
Descriptionanddemonstrationofvariousypesofdrills,tapsanddiesSelectionofdies
fortappingTypesoftaps,Tappinganddieingoperations.

SECTIONC
3.WeldingShop
? Introductionofthegaswelding,gasweldingequipment,adjustmentsofdifferenttypes
offlames,demonstrationandprecautionsabouthandlingweldingequipment.
JobI Practiceinhandlinggasweldingequipmentandweldingpractice.
Commonweldingjointsgenerallymadebygaswelding.
JobIIPreparationofButtjointbygaswelding.
Job III Preparation of small cot conduit pipe frame by electric arc welding / gas
welding.
JobIVPreparationofsquarepyramidfromM.SRodsbywelding(typeofweldingtobe
decidedbystudentsthemselves).
JobVExercisejobonspot/seamweldingmachine.
Demonstrationofvariousmethodsadoptedforpaintingsteelitems.
JobVIPaintingsteelitemsbybrush/roller/spray.
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SECTIOND
4.ElectricShop
Importanceofthreephasewiringanditseffectiveness.
JobI Layingoutof3phasewiringforanelectricmotororanyother3phasemachine.
Estimatingandcostingpowerconsumption.
Job II Connecting single phase energy meter andtesting it. Reading and workingout
thepowerconsumptionandthecostof energy.
JobIIICheckingcontinuityofconnection(withtesterandbulbs)locationoffaultswith
a 00multimeter and their rectification in simple machines and/or/other electric circuits
filledwithearthing.
Demonstration of dismantling, servicing and reassembling a table fan/air
cooler/mixer/electriciron,ElectricHeater,geaser,electricoven.
JobIVToforgearingtoacquaintthestudentswithforgewelding.
JobV ToprepareatrusjointofMSangleiron.
JobVIToforgeachiselandacquaint thestudentswithsimple ideaofhardeningand
tempering.
ForgeWelding,defectsinforgingandinspection.
JobIVToforgesquaresonbothendsofacircularrodwiththeelpofpower hammer.
JobV Fulleringofagivenmildsteelflat.
JobVIProductionofautilityjob.
OR
5.ElectronicShop
Demonstrate (or explain) the joining (or connecting) methods or/and mounting and
dismantlingmethodaswellasusesoftheitemsmentionedbelow:
a) Various types of single, multicored insulated screened pour, Audio video, general
purposewires/cables.
b) Various types of plugs, sockets connectors suitable for general purpose audio video
use.Someofsuchconnectorsarea:2and3pinmainsplugandsockets.
Bananaplugs,andsockets,BNG,RCA,DIN,UHF,Earphonespeakerconnector,
Telephonejacksandsimilarmaleandfemaleconnectorsandterminalstrips.
c) Varioustypesofswitchessuchasnormal/miniaturetoggle,slide,pushbuttonplano
key,rotatory,SPST,SPDT,DPST,DPDT,
d) Various types of protectivedevices such as: Wire fuse, cartridge fuse, slow acting/
fast acting fuse, HRC fuse, thermal fuse, single/multiple miniature circuit beakers,
overandcurrentrelays.
Demonstratetheskilltomakefacilitiessolderjoints.
Demonstratetheskilltoremovecomponents/wiresbyunsoldering
Demonstratetheskilltoassemblecomponentsonborads,chassis,tapestrips
Explain(ordemonstrate)variousmethodsofmakingandlayingofcableforms,
wiringtechniwues
Exposuretomodernsolderinganddesolderingprocesses.
Fieldvisits
JobI Desolder,removeandcleanallthecomponents,wiresfromagivenequipment
APCBoratipstrip
JobIISolderingiron
JobIIITemperatureControlsolderingiron
JobIVDesolderingstrip.

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SEMESTERIII
DCE310

COMPUTERAPPLICATIONSI

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.FamiliarizationWithOperatingSystem
IntroductiontocomputerOperatingSystem(Dos,Windows95).
IntroductiontoDosstructure,systemfiles,batchfiles&configurationfiles.
Bootingthesystemfromfloppy&harddisk.
BriefIntroductiontoDosinternal&externalcommands.
Familiarisationwithwindowsstructures,itsuseandapplication.
SECTIONB
2.PreparationofDocumentsThroughWordProcessing.
Ideaof texteditorslikeMicrosoftword,writeetc.
Openingadocument.
Preparingdocuments,insertingdiagrams&tables.
Editingdocument.
(a)Character,wordandLineEditing.
(b)MarginSetting,Paragraphalignment.
(c)BlockOperations.
(d)SpellChecker
(e)Savingadocument.

SECTIONC
3.InformationPresentationForDecisionMakingUsingSpreadSheet:
(Excel/Lotus123)
Applicationsofspreadsheet.
Structureofspreadsheet.
Preparingspreadsheetforsimpledataandnumericoperations.
Usingformulaeinspreadsheetoperations.
MakingTables,sortingandquerying.
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Creationofgraphs,Piecharts,barcharts.
Printingreports.
SECTIOND
4.ComputeraidedDrafting(CAD)
Making simple drawings using features of CAD and confirming the drafting
spacifications.
Savingandretrievingdrawings.
Dimensioning.
Lettering.
Plotteddrawing

DCE310PCOMPUTERAPPLICATIONSI
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

Simpleexercisesbasedupontheorysyllabus.

DCE320
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

APPLIEDMECHANICS
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
ConceptofmechanicsandappliedmechanicsExplanationofMechanicsandapplied
Mechanics,itsimportanceandnecessity,givingsuitableexamplesonbodiesatrestand
inmotion,explanationofbranchesofthissubject.Conceptofrigidbodies.
SECTIONB
2.LawsofForces
Force and its effects, units and measurement of force, characteristics of force vector
representation,Bowsnotation,Typesofforces,actionandreaction,tension,thrustand
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shearforce.Forcesystems:Coplanerandspaceforcesystems.Coplanerconcurrentand
nonconcurrent forces. Free body diagrams, Resultant and components concept of
equlibiriumParallelogramlawofforces.Equilibiriumoftwoforces,superpositionand
transmissibility of forces, Newtons third law, triangle of forces, different cases of
concurrentcoplanar,twoforcesystems,extensionofparallelogramlawandtrianglelaw
to many forces acting at one pointpolygon law of forces, method of resolution into
orthogonalcomponentsforfindingtheresultant,graphicalmethods,specialcaseofthree
concurrent,coplanarforces,Lamistheorem.
3.Moments
Concept of moment, Varignons theorem statement only. Principle of moments
application of moments to simple mechanism, parallel forces, calculation of their
resultant, concept of couple properties and effect, moving aforce parallel to its line of
action, general cases of coplanar force system, general conditions of equilibirium of
bodiesundercoplanarforces.
4.Friction
Conceptoffriction, lawsoffriction, limiting frictionandcoefficientoffriction,sliding
friction.
SECTIONC
5.CentreofGravity
Concept of gravity, gravitational force, centroid and center of gravity, centroid for
regular lamina and center of gravity for regular solids.Position of center of gravity of
compoundbodiesandcentroidofcompositionarea.CGofbodieswithportionsremoved.
SECTIOND
6.LawsofMotion
Conceptofmomentum,Newtonslawsofmotion,theirapplication,derivationof force
equationfromsecondlawofmotion,numericalproblemsonsecondlawofmotion,piles,
lifts,bodiestiedwithstring.Newtonsthirdlawofmotionandnumericalproblemsbased
onit,conservationofmomentum,impulsiveforce
(definitiononly).
7.SimpleMachines.
Concept of machine, mechanical advantage,velocity ratio and efficiency of a machine
theirrelationship,lawofmachine,simplemachines(lever,wheelandaxle,pulleys,jacks
winchcrabsonly).

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DCE320P

APPLIEDMECHANICS

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.Verificationofthelawsofpolygonofforces.
2.Toverifytheforcesinthedifferentmembersofajibcrane.
3.Toverifythereactioninthesupportsofasimplesupportedbeam.
4.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage,velocityratioandefficiencyinthecaseofinclined
Planes.
5.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage, velocityratioandefficiency inthe caseofScrew
Jack.
6.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage, velocityratioandefficiency inthecaseofWorm
andWormWheel.
7.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage,velocityratioandefficiencyinthecaseofWinch
CrabSingleGraphicalRepresentation.
8.Tofindoutcenterofgravityofregularlaminas.
9.Tofindoutcenterofgravityofirregularlaminas.
10.Todeterminecoefficientoffrictionbetween3pairsofgivensurfaces.
11.Todeterminepersonalhorsepoweroftheexperimenter.

DCE330

CONSTRUCTIONMATERIALS

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.BuildingStones
ClassificationofRocks:(Briefreviewonly)
Geologicalclassification:Igneous,sedimentaryandmetamorphicrocks.
Chemicalclassification:Calcareous,argillaceousandsiliceousrocks.
Physicalclassification:Unstratified,stratifiedandfoliatedrocks.
Generalcharacteristicsofstones.
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Requirmentsofgoodbuildingstonesandtheirtesting.
Identificationsofcommonbuildingstones.
Varioususesofstonesinconstruction.
2.BricksandTiles
Introductiontobricks.
Rawmaterialsformanufacturingandpropertiesofgoodbrickmakingearth.
Manufacturingofbricks
(i) Preparationofclay(manual/mechanically).
(ii) Moulding: hand moulding and machine moulding, drying of bricks, burning of
bricks,typesofKilns(BullsTrenchKilntraditionalbrick,refractorybrick,clay
flyashbricks,sundriedbricks.
ClassificationofbricksasperBIS:1077
SizeofbrickISspecifications,commercialsizes.
TestingofcommonbuildingbricksasperBIS:3495
Compressivestrength,waterabsorption,efflorescence,dimensionaltolerancetest.
Specialbricks.
(i)Buildingtiles:Typesoftileswall,ceiling,roofingandflooringtiles
(ii)Ceramictiles,theirpropertiesanduses.
Stackingofbricksandtilesatsite.
3.Cement
Introduction,rawmaterials,manufactureofordinaryPortlandcement,flowdiagramfor
wetanddryprocess.
Propertiesandusesofordinaryportlandcement.
Testing of cement as per BIS: Strength of cement, fineness by sieving, consistenecy,
soundness,settingtimes.
SpecialCementsandtheiruses.
StorageofCement.
SECTIONB
4.Lime
Introduction:Limeasoneofthefollowingmaterials.
Naturalsourcesforthemanufactureoflime.
Definitionofterms:quicklime,fatlime,hydrauliclime,hydratedlime,lumpline.
Calcinationandslakingoflime.
ISclassificationoflime.
Testingoflime.
5.TimberandWoodBasedProducts
Classification of trees: Exogeneous and Endogeneous trees, crosssection of an
exogenoustreeandexplanationofvariousterms.
Identificationofvarioustypesoftimber:Teak,Deodar,Shisham,Sal,Mango,Kailand
Chir.
MarketformsofconvertedtimberasperBIS.
Seasoningoftimber:Purpose,methodsofseasoning,KilnseasoningasperBIS.
Defectsintimber,decayintimber.
PreservationoftimberandmethodsoftreatmentasperBIS.
Propertiesoftimberandspecificationsofstucturaltimber.
CommonstructuraltimbersinIndia,theiravailabilityandusesTeak,Deodar,
Shisham,Sal,Mango,KailandChir.
PlywoodVeneers andveneering,manufacturing plywood(briefdescriptiononly),uses
ofplywood.
Otherwoodbasedproducts,theirbriefdescriptionofmanufactureanduses
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laminatedboard,blockboard,fibreboard,hardboardandgypsumboard,applicationsof
boardsinfalseceilingandwallpaneling.
SECTIONC
6.PaintsandVarnishes
Purposeandusesofpaints.
Differenttypesofpaints:oilpaints,waterpaints,cementpaintsandplasticpaints.
(i)Oilpaints:Constituentsofanoilpaint,rawmaterialsusedfordifferentconstituentsof
oilpaintsandtheirproperties,preparationofanoilpaint,characteristicsofagoodoil
paint.Applicationonwoodandmetalsurfaces.
(ii)Cementpaintscommonlyavailablecementpaints,theirpropertiesanduses.
Applicationofcementpaints
(iii)Waterpaint,Plasticpaintsandtheiruses.
(iv)Varnishesandpolishtypes,propertiesandtheiruses.
(v)Lacquersandenamelstheirpropertiesandtheiruses.
SECTIOND
7.Metals
FerrousMetals:Composition,propertiesandusesofcastiron,steel(mildandhigh
tensionsteel),requirementsofmildsteelasperBIS.
NonFerrousMetals:propertiesandusesofthefollowingnonferrousmetalsinCivil
Engineeringworkscopper,lead,zinc,tinandaluminium.
Commercialformsofferrousandnonferrousmetals.
8.MiscellaneousMaterials
Plastics:ImportantcommercialproductsofplasticsusedinCivilEngineering
Construction.
Asbestosbasedproducts:Commercialformsandtheiruses.
InsulatingmaterialsforSoundandThermalInsulation
Geotextiles.
Constructionchemicalslike:waterproofing compoundsepoxies,sulphides,polymers.
Glass:Typesofglasses,theirproperties.Commercialformsanduses:plateglass,wired
glass,bulletresistingglass,colouredglass,fibreglass,foamedglasswool,floatglass,
glassreinforcedplastic.
WaterproffingmaterialsBitumensheetsandfelts,chemicaladmixtures
Compositematerials.
Note: Afieldvisitmaybeplannedtoexplainandshowtherelevantthings

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DCE330P

CONSTRUCTIONMATERIALS

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

University Examination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1. Tophysicallyidentifydifferenttypesofstones.
2. Todeterminethecrushingstrengthofstones.
3. Todeterminethewaterabsorptionofbricks.
4. Toconductdimensionaltolerancetestonbricks.
5. Toconductfieldtestsoncement.
6. Todeterminefineness(bysievemethod)ofcement.
7. Todeterminenormalconsistencyofcement.
8. Todetermineinitialandfinalsettingtimesofcement.
9. Todeterminesoundnessofcement.
10.Todeterminecompressivestrengthofcement.
11.Toidentifyvarioustypesoftimberssuchas:Teak,Sal,Chir,Sisso,Deodar,Kail,
Mangoetc.

DCE340

BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
Definitionofabuilding,classificationofbuildingsbasedonoccupancy,requirementsof
agoodresidentialbuilding.
Differentpartsofabuilding.
2.Foundations
Excavation in ordinary and hard soils, excavation in soft and hard rock, excavation in
weaksoils.
Conceptoffoundationanditspurpose
(i)Typesoffoundationsshallowanddeep

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(ii)Shallowfoundationconstructionaldetailsof:Spreadfoundationsforwalls,thumb
rules for depth and width of foundation and thickness of concrete block, stepped
foundation,masonarypillarsandconcretecoloumns.Raftfoundation,combinedfooting,
grillagefoundation.
(iii)Constructionpreparingfoundationplans,settingout,ecxcavationandtimbering.
3.BrickMasonry
Definitionofterms:mortar,bond,facing,backing,hearting,column,pillar,plinth,plinth
masonry, header stretcher, bed of brick, bat, queen closer, king closer, frog and quoin
Bondmeaning and necessity: English bond only:1, 11/2 and 2 Brick thick walls in
EnglishBond,T,Xandrightangledcornerjunctions.Thicknessfor1,11/2and2brick
squarepillarsinEnglishBond.
ConstructionofBrickwallsMethodofhavingbricksinwalls,precautionsobservedin
theconstructionofwalls,methodofbondingnewbrickworkwithold(Toothing,raking
backandblockbonding)
Principlesandprecautionstobeobservedinbrickmasonry
Classificationofbrickmasonry
4.StoneMasonry
GlossaryoftermsNaturalbed,beddingplanes,stringcourse,corbel,cornice,block
incourse,grouting,mouldings,template,throating,throughstones,parapet,coping,
pilasterandbuttress.
TypesofStoneMasonry:RubbleMasonry:randomandcoarsed.AshlarMasonry:Ashlar
fine,Ashlarrough,Ashlarfacing,specificationsforcoarsedrubblemasonry,principles
tobeobservedinconstructionofstonemasonarywalls
SECTIONB
5.Walls
Purposeofwalls
Classification of wallsload bearing, dwarf, retaining, breast walls and dhaji walls
partitionwalls,cavitywalls,compositemasonarywalls.
Classification of walls as per materials of construction: brick stone, reinforced brick,
reinforced concrete,precast, hollow and solid concrete block and composite, masonary
walls.
Factoraffectingthicknessofwalls,
Partitionwalls,constructionaldetails,suitabilityandusesofbrickandwoodenpartition
walls.
6.MortarsandConcretes
Preparation, use, average strength and suitability of cement, lime, lime cement, lime
surkhi, mud mortar, Ingrdient of concrete, advantages of concrete, types and uses of
concrete
7.FormWorkandScaffolding
Constructional details and suitability of masons brick layers and tubular scaffolding.
Formworkforcolumns,walls,beamsandslabs.Struttingandshoringandunderpinning
typesanduses.
8.DampProofing
Dampness and its ill effects on bricks, plaster, wooden fixtures, metal fixtures and
reinforcement, damage to asthetic appearance, damage to heat insulating materials,
damagetostoredarticlesandhealth,sourcesandcausesofdampness
Types of dampnessmoisture penetrating the building from outside e.g. rain water,
surfacewater,groundmoisture
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Moistureentrappedduring construction i.e. moisture in concrete, masonryconstruction


andplasteringworketc.
Moisturewhichoriginatesinthebuildingitselfi.e.waterinkitchenandbathroomsetc.
Damp proofing materials and their specifications: rich concrete and mortar, bitumen,
bitumenmastic.
Methods of damp proofing basement, ground floors, plinth and walls, special damp
proofing arrangements in bathrooms, WC and Kitchen, damp proofing for roofs and
windowsills.
Plinthprotectionandaprons.
SECTIONC
9.ArchesandLintels
Meaninganduseofarchesandlintels.
Glossary of terms used in arches and lintelsAbutment, arch ring, intrados, soffit
extrados, voussoiers, springer, springing line, crown, key stone, skew back, span, rise,
depthofanarch,haunch,spandril,bearing,thicknessoflintel,effectivespan
Arches
(i)TypesofArchesSemicircular,segmental,elliptivcalandparabolic,flat,invertedand
relieving
(ii)Stonearchesandtheirconstruction
(iii)Brickarchesandtheirconstruction
10.DoorsandWindows
Glossaryoftermsusedindoorsandwindows.
Doorsname,usesandsketchesofmetaldoors,ledgedandbatteneddoors,ledgeddoors,
collapsibledoors,rollingsteelshutters,sideslidingdoors,doorframes,PVCshuttersand
metaldoors.
Windowsnames, uses and sketches of metal windows, fully paneled windows, fully
glazedwindows,casementwindows,fanlightwindowsandventilators,skylightwindow
rames, louvered shutters (emphasis shall be given for using metals and plastics etc. in
pieceoftimber)
11.Roofs
TypesofRoofs,conceptofflat,pitched,hiped,archedandcellroofs
Glossary of terms for pitched roofsbatten, eaves, barge, facia board, gable hiplap,
purlin,rafter,ragbolt,valley,ridge
Drainagearrangementforpitchedroofs
Drainagearrangementforflatroofs
12.Floors
Groundfloors
Glossaryoftermsfloorfinish,topping,underlayer,basecourse,rubblefillingandtheir
purpose
Types of floor finishescastinsitu, concrete flooring (monolithic, bonded) Terrazo tile
flooring,castinsitu,Terrazoflooring,Timberflooring,floorpolishingequipmentPVC
floor,ceramicfloor
Upperfloors
FlooringonRCCSlab
FlooringonRBSlab
SECTIOND
13.Stairs
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Glossary of terms: Stair case, winders, landing, stringer, newel baluster, riser, tread,
widthofstaircase,handrail,nosing
Planning and layout of staircase: Relations between rise and going, determination of
widthofstair,landingetc.
Varioustypesoflayoutstraightflight,dogledgged,openwall,quarterturn.Halfturn
(newandgeometricalstairs),bifurcatedstair,spiralstair.
Requirementsofgoodstairs.
14.SurfaceFinishes
Plastering classificationaccordingtouseandfinisheslikegritfinish,roughcast,pebble
dashed plain plaster etc., dubbling, proportion of mortars used for different plasters,
reparationofmortars,techniquesofplasteringandcuring.
Pointingdifferenttypesofpointing,mortarusedandmethodforprinting.
Paintingapplicationofpaintsonwooden,steelandplasteredwallsurfaces.
White washing, colour washing and distempering, application of cement and plastic
paints.
Commonlyusedwaterrepellantforexteriorsurfaces,theirnamesandapplication.
15.BuildingPlanning
Siteselection:Factorstobeconsideredforselectionofsiteforresidential,commercial,
industrialandpublicbuilding.
Basic principles of building planning, arrangement of doors, windows, cupboards, etc.
forresidentialbuilding.
OrientationofbuildingasperBIS:7662relationtosunandwinddirection,rains,internal
circulationandplacementofroomswithintheavailablearea.
Note: Anexpertmaybeinvitedfromfield/industryforextensionlecture
Afieldvisitmaybeplannedtoexplainandshowtherelevantthings

DCE350P
MaximumTime:3Hrs.
TotalMarks: 50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.Demonstrationoftoolsandplantsusedinbuildingconstruction.
2.Layoutofabuilding.
3.Toconstructbrickbonds(Englishbondonly)inone,oneandhalfandtwobrickthick:
(a)WallsforL.Tandcrossjunction
(b)Columns
4. Visit to construction site for showing the following items of works and to write
specificreportabouttheworksseen.
(a)Timberingofexcavatedtrenching
(b)Damproofcourses
(c)Constructionofmasonrywalls
(d)Flooring:Laying offlooringonanalreadypreparedlimeconcretebase
(e)Plasteringandpointing.
(f)Whiteandcolourwashing
(g)Useofspecialtypeofshuttering/heavymachinesinconstructionwork

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DCE350

HYDRAULICS

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
Fluid:Realfluid,idealfluid
FluidMechanics,hydraulics,hydrostatics,hydrokinematicsandhydrodynamics
2.PropertiesofFluids:
Mass density, specific weight, specific gravity, cohesion, adhesion, viscosity, surface
tension,capillary,vapourpressureandcompressibility.
Unitsofmeasurement
SECTIONB
3.Hydrostaticpressure
Pressure,intensityofpressure,pressurehead,pascalslawanditsapplications.
Totalpressure,resultantpressure,andcenterofpressure.
Totalpressureandcenterofpressureonverticalandinclinedplanesurfaces:
Rectangular,triangular,trapezoidal,circular.
Totalpressureondamsandlockgates.
4.MeasurementofPressure
Atmosphericpressure,gaugepressure,vaccumpressureandabsolutepressure.
Piezometers,simplemanometer,differentmanometerandmechanicalgauges.
Measurementofpressurebymanometersandpressuregauges.
SECTIONC
5.FundamentalsofFluidFlow:
Typesofflow:Steadyandunsteady flow,laminarandturbulentflow,uniformandnon
uniformflow.
Dischargeandcontinuityequation(flowequation)
Typesofhydraulicenergy:Potentialenergy,Kineticenergy,pressureenergy.
Bernoullistheoremstatementanddescription(withoutproofoftheorem).
6.Orifice
DefinitionofOrifice,andtypesoforifices.
Hydrauliccoefficients.
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Largeverticalorificesandsmallorifices.
Free,drownedandpartiallydrownedorifice.
Timeofemptyingarectangular/circulartankswithflatbottom.
SECTIOND
7.FlowThroughPipes:
Definition,laminarandturbulentflow,explainthroughthroughReynoldsexperiment.
Reynoldsnumber,criticalvelocityandvelocitydistribution.
Head lose in pipe lines due to friction, sudden expansion and sudden contraction,
entrance,exit,obstructionandchangeofdirection(Nodervationofformulae).
Flowfromonereservoirtoanotherthroughlongpipeofuniformandcomposite
section.
Waterhammerphenomenonanditseffects(Onlyelementarytreatment).
Pipesinseriesandparallel.
Syphon.
8.FlowThroughOpenChannels
Definitionofachannel,uniformflowandopenchannelflow.
Dischargethroughchannelsusing
(i)Chezysformulae(noderivation)
(ii)Manningsformulae
Mosteconomicalsections
(i)Rectangular
(ii)Trapezoidal
(iii)Circular
9.FlowMeasurements
MeasurementofvelocitybyPitottube,currentmeter,surfacefloat,velocityrods.
Measurementofdischargebyanotch
(i)Differencebetweennotchesandorifices.
(ii)Dischargeformulaeforrectangularnotch,triangularnotch,trapezoidalnotchand
conditionsfortheiruse(noderivation).
MeasurementofDischargebyweirs
(i)Differencebetweennotchandweir.
(ii)Dischargeformulaeforfree,drownedandbroadcrestedweirwithandwithoutend
contractionsvelocityofapproachandconditionoftheiruse.
(iii)Venturifumestomeasureflow.
(iv)Measurementofdischargebyvelocityareamethod
10.HydraulicMachines
Reciprocatingpumps
Centrifugalpumps
Impulseturbines
Reactionturbines
Sketchinganddescriptionofprinciplesofworkingofabovementionedmachines.

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MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

HYDRAULICS
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.ToverifyBernoullistheorem
2.Tofindoutventurimrtercoefficient
3.Todeterminecoefficientofvelocity(Cv).,Coefficientofdischarge(Cd),
Coefficientofcontraction(Cc)ofanorificeandverifytherelationbetweenthem
4.ToperformReynoldsExperiment.
5.TodetermineDarcyscoeficientoffrictionofflowthroughpipes
6.Toverifylossofheaddueto:
(a)Suddenenlargement
(b)SuddenContraction
7.Todeterminevelocityofflowofflowofanopenchannelbyusingacurrentmeter.
8.Todeterminecoefficientofdischargeofarectangular/triangularnotch.
9.Studyofthefollowing:
(i)ReciprocatingpumporCentrifugalpump
(ii)ImpulseturbineorReactionturbine
(iii)PressureGauge/watermeter/mechanicalflowmeter/pitottube.

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DCE410P

CIVILENGINEERINGDRAWINGI

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination: 70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
DRAWINGNo.1
Details of spread footing foundations for load bearing and nonload bearing wall for
giventhicknessofwallswiththehelpofgivendataorruleofthethumb,showing offsets,
positionofDPCdetailsofbasementshowingnecessarydampproofing.
Detailofcavitywall.
DRAWINGNo.2
PlansofTandCornerjunctionofwalls1Brick,11/2Brickand2brickthickin
EnglishandFlemishbondsbrickpillars.
SECTIONB
DRAWINGNo.3
Elevation,sectionalplanandsectionalsideelevationofpaneledandglazeddoorflush
door,steelwindowsandaluminiumwindows.
DRAWINGNo.4
Drawingplan,elevationofasmallbuildingbymeasurement.
SECTIONC
DRAWINGNo.5
Detailedplan,elevationandsectionofatwobedroomresidentialbuildingfromagiven
lineplan,showingdetailsoffoundations,roofandparapet.
DRAWINGNo.6
Detailedworkingdrawingofasmalldoublestoriesbuildingonagivenplot,keepingin
view building eye laws, showing slooping roof or surface drainage plan and flooring
details.
SECTIOND
DRAWINGNo.7

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Each student shouldbeguided to trace any one of the drawings of sheet no 4,5 and 6
withwaterproofink.
DRAWINGNo.8
Eachstudentshouldberequiredtotakeoutammoniaprintofthetracingmadeby him.
Note:
a)AlldrawingsshouldbeasperBIScodeandspecificationsinSIunits
b)Intensivepracticeofreadingandinterpretingbuildingdrawingsshouldbegiven

DCE420

CONCRETETECHNOLOGY

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
Definition of concrete, brief introduction to properties of concrete, advantages of
concrete,usesofconcreteincomparisiontootherbuildingmaterials.
2.IngredientsofConcrete
Cement
The chemical ingredients causing changes in properties, situations of use and special
precautions in the use of following types of cements: Ordinary Portland cement, rapid
handling cement, low heat cement , high alumina cement, blast furnace slag cement,
quicksetting,whiteandcolouredcements,Portlandpozzolanacement
Aggregates:
(i)Classificationofaggregatesaccordingtosource,sizeandshape
(ii) Characteristics of aggregates: Particle size and shape, crushed and rounded
aggregates,surfacetexture,specificgravityofaggregatebulkdensity,waterabsorption,
surfacemoisture,bulkingofsand,deleteriousmaterialsintheaggregate
(iii)Gradingofaggregates,coarseaggregate,fineaggregateAllinaggregate
finenessmodulusinterpretationgradingchartsandcombinationoftwoaggregates
Water:
LimeontheimpuritiesasperISeffectofexcessiveimpuritiesanconcrete,ascertaining
thesuitabilityofwaterwithhelpofconcretecubetest
3.PropertiesofConcrete:
Propertiesinplasticstage,workability,segregation,bleeding
Properties of hardened concrete: strength, durability, impermeability, dimensional
changes
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SECTIONB
4.WaterCementRatio:
HydrationofCement,effectofwatercementratiosonthephysicalstructureofhydrated
cement,watercementratiolawandtheconditionsunderwhichthelawisvalidinternal
moisture,temperature,ageandsizeofspecimen.
Definitionofcubestrengthofconcrete,relationsbetweenwatercementratioand
strengthofconcrete.
UseofCRRIchartsandBIScodes.
5.Workability
Definition, phenomenon of workability, concept of internal friction, segregation and
harshness factors affecting workability water content shape, size and percentage of
finenesspassing300micron.
Measurement of workability slump test and compaction factor test recommended
slumpsfor placementinvariousconditionsofplacement.
SECTIONC
6.ProportioningForOrdinaryConcrete
Objectofmixdesign,strengthrequiredforvariousgradesfromIS456,preliminarytest,
cubetest,proportionatingforordinarymixasprescribesbyBISanditsinterpretation.
Adjustmentonsitefor:Bulkingwatercontents,absorption,workability,designdatasfor
moisture,bulkage,absorptionandsuitablefineaggregateandcoarseaggregateratio.
Differencebetweenordinaryandcontrolledconcrete.Introductiontofinesconcrete.
7.FormWork
Conceptoffactorsaffectingthedesignofformwork(shutteringandstaging)
Materialsusedforformwork(includingrawmaterials).
Sketchesofformworkforcolumn,beamandslab.
Precautionstobetakenbeforeduring andafterRCCconstruction
StrippingtimeforformworkasperBIS(noproblemonthedesignofformwork)
Removalofformwork.
SECTIOND
8.SpecialConcretes:
(i)Newmaterials
Materialsforlightweightconcrete
Flyash
Materialsforhighstrengthconcrete
Acceleratorsandretarders
Airentrainingandsetcontrollingagents
Waterreducingandsetcontrollingagents
Specialbondingagentslikeepoxy
Polymerconcrete
(ii)Concretingunderspecialconditions
Coldweatherconcreting
Underwaterconcreting
Hotweatherconcreting
Speciallocationsi.e.massconcreting,highstrengthconcreting
9.ConcreteOperations
Storingofcement:
Storingofcementinwarehouse
Storingofcementatsite
Effectofstorageonstrengthofcement
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DeterminationofwarehousecapacityforstorageofCement
StoringofAggregate
Storingofaggregateonsiteformaintaininguniformityofmoistureandcleanliness
Batching
Batchingofcement
Batchingaggregateby:
Volume,usinggaugebox(farma)selectionofpapergaugebox
Weightspringbalancesandbybatchingmachines
Measurementofwater
Mixing
Handmixing
Machinemixingtypesofmixers,capacitiesofoperationofmoxers
TransportationofConcrete
Transportationswithandsituationsofuseofthefollowing:pans,wheel,barrows,truck
mixers,chutes,beltconveyors,pumps,towercraneandhoistsetc.
Placementofconcrete
Prior preparation before placement when put on natural soil, rocky base, specially
prepared sub base (brick soiling and water bound macadam base), hardened concrete
base,checkingofformwork,checkingprovisionforjoints
Placementofconcreteprecautionstobetaken.
Compaction
Hardcompaction,pavement,narrowanddeepmembers
Machine compaction compactiontypes of vibrators internal screed vibrators and form
vibrators, methods of handling screed vibrators and immersion vinrators, suitability of
concretemixesforcompactionwithvibrators.
Selectionofsuitablevibratorsforvarioussituations
Finishingconcreteslabs,floatingandtrowelling
Curing
Object of curing, method of curing, shading concrete works, covering surfaces with
besian, gunny bags, sprinkle of water, ponding method and membrane curing, steam
curing
Recommendeddurationforcuringandremovalofformwork
Jointing
Location of construction joints, treatment of construction joint before the concrete is
poured, concreting at these points, expansion joints in concrete in buildings their
importanceandlocation
Note: Afieldvisitmaybeplannedtoexplainandshowtherelevantthings

DCE420P

MaximumTime:3Hrs.
TotalMarks:50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

CONCRETETECHNOLOGY

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.TodeterminethecompressivestrengthofPortlandcement(IS269)
2.Todetermineflakinessindexandelongationindexofcoarseaggregate(IS2386PartI)
3.Fieldmethodtodeterminefinesiltinaggregate.
4.Determinationofspecificgravityandwaterabsorptionofaggregate(IS2386partIII
foraggregatesofsize40mm to10mm)
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5.Determinationofbulkdensityandvoidsofaggregates((IS2386partIII)
6.Determinationofsurfacemoistureinfineaggregatebydisplacementmethod(IS2383
PartIII)
7.Determinationofparticlesizedistributionoffine,coarseandallinaggregateby sieves
analysis(gradingofaggregate0
8.Todeterminenecessaryadjustmentforbulkingoffineaggregatebyfieldmethod(IS
2383PartIII)
9.Testforworkability(slumptest):
(a)To verify the effect of water, fine aggregate/coarse aggregate ratio and
aggregate/Cementratioonslump
(b)Totestcubestrengthofconcretewithvaryingwatercementratio
10.Compactionfactortestforworkability(IS:1199)
11.Nondestructivetestonconcrete
(a)Reboundhammertest
(b)Ultrasoundtest
12.TestsforcompressivestrengthofconcretecubesforM15orM20grade

DCE430

STRUCTURALMECHANICS

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorily fromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.PropertiesofMaterials
Classification of materials, elastic materials, plastic materials, ductile materials, brittle
materials.
Tensiletest,compressivetest,impacttest,fatiguetest,torsiontest.
2.SimpleStressesandStrains
Conceptofstress,normalandshearstressesduetotorsion
Conceptofstrain,strainanddeformation,longitudinalandlateralstrain,poisonsratio,
Volumetricstrain
Hookes law,modulliof elasticityandrigidity,Bulkmodulusofelasticity,relationship
betweentheelasticconstants.
Stressesandstrainsinbarssubjectedtotensionandcompression.Extensionofuniform
barunderitsownweight,stressproducesincompoundbars(twoorthree)duetoaxial
load.
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Stressstraindiagramformildsteel,mechanicalproperties,factorofsafety
Temperaturestressesandstrains
SECTIONB
3.BendingMomentandShearForce
Concept of a beam and supports (Hinges, Roller and Fixed), types of beams: simply
supported,cantilever,fixedandcontinuousbeams
Typesofloads(point,uniformlydistributedandvaryingloads)
Conceptofbendingmomentandshearforce,signconventions
Bending Moment and shear force diagrams for cantilever, simply supported and over
hanging beams subjected to concentrated, uniformly distributed and uniformlyvarying
loads(B.M.andS.F.diagramsshouldpreferablybedrawnongraphpaper.
Relationshipbetweenload,shearforceandbendingmoment,pointofmaximumbending
momentandcontraflexure.
4.SecondMomentofArea
Conceptofsecondmomentofarea,radiusofgyration
Theoremsofparallelandperpendicularaxes
SecondmomentofareaforsectionsofRectangle,Triangle,Circle,Trapezium,
Angle,Tee,I,ChannelandCompoundsections.(Noderivation)
5.BendingandShearStresses
Theoryofsimplebending
ApplicationoftheequationM/I=sigma/Y=E/R(Noderivationisrequired)
Momentofresistance,sectionalmodulusandpermissiblebendingstressesincircular,
rectangular,I,TandLsectionsComparisionofstrengthsoftheabovesections.
SECTIONC
6.SlopeandDeflection
Necessityfordeterminationofreflection
Momentareatheorems(noderivation)
Computationofslopesanddeflectionsusingmomentareatheoremsfor:
(a)SimplesupportedbeamwithUDLoverentirespanandconcentratedloadatany point
(c)CantileverwithUDLoverentirespanandconcentratedloadatfreeend
7.Columns
Theoryofcolumns,Euler,RankinesandI.S.formulae.
SECTIOND
8.CombinedDirectandBendingStresses
Concentricandeccentricloads,eccentricity
Effect ofeccentric loadon the section, stresses due to eccentric loads, examples inthe
caseofshortcolumns.
Effect of wind pressure on walls and chimneys water pressure on dams and earth
pressureonretainingwallstheircausesoffailuresandtheirstability.
9.AnalysisofTrusses
Concept of a frame, redundant and deficient frame, End supports, ideal and practical
trusses.
Analysisoftrussesby:
(i)Methodsofjoints
(ii)Methodofsectionsand
(iii)Graphicalmethod
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DCE430P
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

STRUCTURALMECHANICS
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.Determinationofyieldstress,ultimatestress,percentageelongationandplotthestress
straindiagramandcomputethevalueofYoungsmodulusonmildsteel
2.DeterminationofYoungsmodulusofelasticityforsteelwirewithSearlsapparatus
3.Determinationofmodulusofruptureofatimberbeam
4. Determination of maximum deflection and Youngs modulus of elasticity in simple
supportedbeamwithloadatmiddlethird
5.Verificationofforcesinaframedstructure

DCE440
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

SURVEYINGI
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
Contentofsurveying,purposeofsurveying,measurementslinearandangular,unitsof
measurementsclassificationofsurveybasedoninstruments.
Instruments used for taking these measurement, Classification to survey based on
instruments.
Basicprinciplesofsurveying
SECTIONB
2.ChainSurveying
Purposeofchainsurveying,principlesofchainsurveying.
Equipmentusedinchainsurveying,chaintypes,rangingrods,arrows,pegs,crossstaffs,
Indianopticalsquaretheirconstructionanduse.
Differentoperationsinchainsurveying
(i)Ranging(Direct/indirect)
(ii)Offsets(perpendicular/oblique)
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Changing(flatandslopingground)
Conductingchainsurveyoveranarea,recordingthefielddata,plottingthechainsurvey,
conventionalsigns.
Obstaclesinchainsurveying
(i)Errorsinchainsurveying
(ii)Correctionforerroneouslengthofcahin,simpleproblemsonthis.
TestingandadjustmentofchainandIndianopticalsquare.
SECTIONC
3.CompassSurveying
Purposeofcompasssurveying,Constructionandworkingofprismaticcompass,use
ofpeismaticcompass:Settingandtakingobservations.
Conceptof:
a)MeridianMagneticandtrue
b)BearingMagnetic.TrueandArbitrary
c)Wholecirclebearingandreducedbearing
d)Magneticdipanddeclination
Local attractioncauses, detection, errors and correction, problems on local attraction,
magneticdeclinationcalculationofincludedanglesinacompasstraverse.
Concept of a traverseOpen and closed. Traversing with a compassBy included end
deflection and closed traverse, plotting a traverseBy included end deflection angles,
conceptofclosingerror, adjustmentoftraversegraphicallybyproportionatemethod.
SECTIOND
4.Levelling
Purpose of leveling, concept of a level surface, horizontal surface, vertical surface,
daturn,reducedlevelandbenchmarks.
PrincipleandconstructionofDumpyandI.O.P.(Tilting)levels.
Conceptsoflineofcollimation,axisofthebubbletube,axisofthetelescopeandvertical
axis.
Temporary adjustment: setting up and leveling, adjusting for parallax of Dumpy and
I.O.P.level,Differentleveling
Concept of back sight, foresight, intermediate sight, station change point, height of
instrument.
Levelbookandreductionoflevelsby
(i)Heightofcollimationmethodand
(ii)Riseandfallmethod.
Arithmeticchecks,problemonreductionoflevels,flyleveling,checklevelingand
profileleveling(LsectionandXsection),errorsinleveling,andprecautionstominimize
themandpermissiblelimits,reciprocalleveling,testingandadjustmentof IOPlevel.
Numericalproblems.
Note: ForvarioussurveyingequipmentrelevantIndianStandardsshouldbefollowed

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SURVEYINGI
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.ChainSurveying
(i)
Rangingaline
Chainingalineandrecordinginthefieldwork
Testingandadjustmentofchain
Takingoffsetsperpendicularandoblique(withatapeonly)
Settingoutrightanglewithatape
(ii)
Chainingofalineinvolvingreciprocalranging
Taking offsetsandsettingoutrightangles,withcorssstaffandIndianopticalsquare
(iii)
Chainsurveyofasmallarea(fieldworkandplotting)
Chainingalineinvolvingobstaclestoranging
2.CompassSurveying
(v)
Studyofprismaticcompass
Settingthecompassandtakingobservations
Measuringanglesbetweenthelinesmeetingatapoint
(vi)
Traversingwiththeprismaticcompassandchainaclosedtraverse(Recordingand
plottingbyincludedangles)
3.Levelling
(vii)
Studyofdumpylevelandlevelingstaff
TemporaryadjustmentsofaDumpylevel
Takingstaffreadingsofdifferentstationsfromthesinglestartingandfinding differences
oflevelbetweenthem.
(ix)
StudyofIOPlevel
Itstemporaryadjustments
Takingstaffreadingsofdifferentstationsfromthesinglestartingandfinding differences
oflevelbetweenthem.
(x)
Longitudnalandcrosssectioningofaroad/railway/canal
SettingagradientbydumpandIOPlevel.

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DCE450P
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

IRRIGATIONENGINERING
UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
Definitionofirrigation
Necessisityofirrigation
HistoryofdevelopmentofirrigationinIndia
Typesofirrigation
Sourcesofirrigationwater
2.RainFallandRunOff
Definitionofrainfallandrunoff.Catchmentarea,DickensandRyvesformulae
TypesofraingaugesAutomaticandnonautomatic
Streamgaugling
3.WaterRequirementofCrops
Definitionofcropseason
Duty,DeltaandBasePeriod,theirrelationship
Grosscommandarea,culturablecommandarea,Intensityofirrigation,Irrigablearea
WaterrequirementofdifferentcropsofdifferentcropsKharifandRabi
SECTIONB
4.LiftIrrigation
Typesofwellsshallowanddeepwell,acquifertypes,groundwaterflow, construction
ofopenwellsandtubewells
Yieldofanopen/tubewellandproblems
MethodsofliftingwaterManualandmechanicaldevices,useofwindmills
5.CanalHeadworks
Definition,object,generallayout,functionsofdifferentpartsofheadworks
Differencebetweenweirandbarrage
6.FlowIrrigation
Irrigationcanals
Perennialirrigation
Differentpartsofirrigationcanalsandtheirfunctions
Sketchesofdifferentcanalcrosssection
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Classificationofcanalsaccordingtotheiralignment
Design of irrigation canals Chezys formulae, Meanings formulae, Kennedys and
Leceys silt theories and equations, comparision of above two silt theories, critical
velocityratio
VarioustypesofcanalliningAdvantagesanddisadvantages
SECTIONC
7.RegulatoryWorks
Functionsandexplanationoftermsused
Crossandheadregulators
Falls
Energydissipators
Outletsdifferenttypes
Escapes
8.CrossDrainageWorks
Functions and necessity of the following types: aqueduct, siphon, superpassage, level
crossing,inletandoutlet
Constructionaldetailoftheabove
SECTIOND
9.Dams
Eartherndamstypes,causesoffailure
Classificationintomasonryandconcretedams
Labelledcrosssectionofgravitydam
Spillwaystypesanduses
10.WaterLoggingandDrainage
Definition,causesandeffects,detection,preventionandremedies
Surfaceandsubsurfacedrainsandtheirlayout
11.TubewellIrrigation
Introduction, occurrence of ground water, location and command, advantages of tube
wells
Tubewells,explanationoftermswatertable,radiusofinfluence,depressionhead,cone
ofdepression,confinedandunconfinedaquifers
Typesoftubewellsandtheirchoicecavity,strainerandslottedtype:
Methodofconstructionboring,installationofwellassembly,developmentofwell,pump
selectionandinstallationandmaintenance.

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SEMESTERV
DCE510P

CIVILENGINEERINGDRAWINGII

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
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ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1.CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandD of
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2.Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
PUBLICHEALTHENGINEERINGDRAWING
1.DrainsandSewers
Cross section of standard types of open drains (circular, vshaped and ushaped) with
theirfoundations
CrosssectionofearthernwaereandRCCsewerpipes
Crosssectionsofmasonrysewers(circukarandeggshaped)
2.Traps.ManholesandInspectionchambers
Detailedsectionoffloortrapandgullytrap
Detailedplanandsectionofaninspectionchamber
Detailedplanandsectionofamanholeforthegivendata
SECTIONB
3.SepticTankandSoakPit
Detailedplanandcrosssectionsofadomesticseptictankandsoakpitfor10userswith
detailsofopenjointedpipesasperIS2470PartI
4.BathRoomandW.C.Connections
Crosssectionthroughtheexternalwalloflavatoriesatgroundandfirstfloorshowing the
singleanddoublepipesystemandtheconnectionsoflavotary,bath,basintapes,shower
andtowelrail
5.Drawtheplanandsectionofatwobedroomeddoublestoreyedresidentialbuildings
showingdetailsofwatersupplyandsanitaryinstallationanddrainagesystems.Showthe
drainageandwatersupplyuptothemunicipalsystemsonthesiteplanalso.
6.Practiceofreadingwatersupplyandsanitaryengineeringdrawimgs
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SECTIONC
IRRIGATIONENGINEERINGDRAWING
7.TypicalCrossSectionofachannel
Typicalcrosssectionofanunlinedchannelincutting,partlycuttingandpartlyfilling
andfullyinfilling
8.WellandTubeWell
Planandcrosssectionoftubewellwithpumphouse
SECTIOND
9.A.P.M.Outlet
WorkingplanandLsectionthroughanA.P.Moutlet
10.DistributoryFalls
Plan,crosssectionandLsectionofCentralDesignOffice(CD))typefallwithdetailsof
wingwall,pitching.Flooringandtoewall
11.SyphonAqueduct
DetailedcrosssectionandLsectionofasiphonaqueductfromagivendata
12.Culvert
Planandcrosssectionofasimpleculvert

DCE520

ELEMENTSOFRCCCESIGN

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
ConceptofReinforcedCementConcrete
2.ReinforcementMaterials
Varioustypesofreinforcingmaterials
Suitabilityofsteelasareinforcingmaterials
Propertiesofdifferenttypesofsteel(mildsteel,mediumtensilesteelanddeformed bars)
3.TheoryofR.C.C.Beams
AssumptioninthetheoryofsimplebendingforRCCbeam
Flexturalstrengthofasinglyreinforcedbeam
PositionofNeutralaxis,resistingmomentofthesection,criticalneutralaxis,conceptof
balanced,underreinforcedoverreinforcedsections.
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Shaer strength of singly reinforced RCC beam. Assumptions made, permissible shear
stresses as per IS code of practice, actual average shear stresses in singly reinforced
concretebeam,conceptofdiagonalstirrupsand inclinedbars,shear strengthofa RCC
beamsection
SECTIONB
4.BondinRCCbeams
Conceptofbondlocalandaveragebond
PermissiblebondstressesforplainanddeformedbarsasperIScodeofpractice
Minimumlengthofembedmentofbars
ActualbondstressinRCCBeams
Bondlength(standardhook,slicelengthasperIScodeofpractice)
LoadsandloadingstandardsforbeamsasperIS_875
DesignofsinglyreinforcedconcretebeamasperIScodeofpracticefromthegivendata
suchasspan,loadandpropertiesofmaterialsused.
Designoflintel
Designofmain/secondarybeamforaRCCflatroofandfloor
Designofacantileverbeam/slab
5.DoublyReinforcedConcreteBeams
Doublyreinforcedconcretebeamanditsnecessity
Strengthofadoublyreinforcedconcretebeamsection
Designofadoublyreinforcedconcretebeam
6.RCCSlabs:
StructuralbehaviourofslabsunderUDL
Typeofendsupports
Designofonewayslab
DesignoftwoslabwiththehelpoftablesofIS:456
SECTIONC
7.ReinforcedBrickWork
Reinforcedbrickworkanditsuseinslabandlintels
LimitationsoftheuseofRBwork
Generalprinciplesofdesignofreinforcedbricklintelsandslabs
DesignofRBlintelsandslabs
SpecificationsforRBworkconstruction
8.TBeams
Structuralbehaviourofbeamandslabfloorlaidmonolithically
RulesforthedesignofRbeams
EconomicaldepthofTbeams,strengthofT beams
DesignofsimplysupportedTbeamsusingIScodeofpractice
SECTIOND
9.Columns:
Conceptoflongandshortcolumns
ISspecificationsformainandlateralreinforcement
BehaviorofRCCcolumnsunderaxialload
DesignofAxiallyloadedshortandlongcolumnswithhingedends
DesignofIsolatedfootings
10.BasicConceptofPrestressedConcrete
Introductionofprestressedconcrete,generaltheory,Linearposttensioninggeneral,post
tensioningadvantagestothedesignengineerandthecontractor

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Linearposttensioningsystem,highstrengthposttensionedstands,parallellaywire,high
strengthalloysteelbars
Techniquesofposttensioning general,specialrequirementsforformingandfalsework,
ductsandclosures,placingofductsortendons,concreting,stressingprocedure,grouting,
protectinganchoragefromcorrosion
Pretionsioninggeneral, pretensioning yards set up, forms for pretensioning structural
elements.Specialtechniquesofpretensioning
Materials of prestressingcement, aggregates, concrete, admixtures, vibrations, curing
light weight aggregates, high strength steel bars, high strength stand, stress relaxation,
galvanization Codes specifications and inspection, manufacturers of prestressing
equiment,specifications,sizesandcosts

DCE530

TRANSPORTATIONENGINEERING

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination: 35 Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
HIGHWAYS
1.Introduction
ImportanceofhighwaytransportationImportantorganizationslikeCentralRoad
ResearchInstitute,IndianRoadsCongress,MinistryofSurfaceTransport
FunctionsofIndianRoadCongress
IRCclassificationofroads
Organisationofstatehighwaydepartment
2.RoadGeometrics
Glossary of terms used in geometrics and their importance: Right of way, formation
width, road margin, road shoulder, carriage way, side slopes, kerbs, formation levels,
camberandgradient
Designandaveragerunningspeed,stoppingandpassingsightdistance
Curve necessity, horizontal and vertical curves including transition curves and
superelevation.Methodsofprovidingsuperelevation
Wideningofroadsoncurves
UseofIRCdesigntablesandspecificationsforfindingelementsofroadgeometrics.
Drawing of typical crosssections in cutting and filling on straight alignment and at a
curve
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3.HighwaySurveysandPlans
Designationoftopographicmap,readingthedatagivenonatopographicmap
Basicconsiderationsgoverningalignmentforaroadinplainandhillyarea
Highwaylocationmarkingofalignmentimportanceofvariousstagesviz
a)Reconnaissancesurvey:Conductreconnaissanceandpreparereconnaissancereport
b)Preliminarysurvey:Object,Organising,conductingandinformationstobe collected
c)Locationsurvey
d)StandardsforpreparingthehighwayplansasperMinistryofSurfaceTransport
(MOST)
4.RoadMaterials
Differenttypesofroadmaterialsinusesoilaggregatesbinders
Functionofsoilashighwaysubgrade
CaliforniaBearingRatiomethodoffindingCBRvalueanditssignificance
Testing aggregates: Abrasion test, impact test, crushing strength test, water absorption
testandsoundnesstest
Aggregates:AvailabilityofroadaggregatesinIndia,requirementsofroadaggregatesas
perISspecifications
Binders:CommonbinderscementbitumenandTar,propertiesasperIS
specificationspenetrationandviscositytestofbitumen,procedureandsignificance, cut
backandemulsionandtheiruses
SECTIONB
5.RoadPavements
Road Pavement: Flexible and rigid pavement, their merits and demerits, typical
crosssections,
functionsofvariouscomponents
Subgradepreparation:
Settingoutalignmentofroad,settingoutbenchmarks,controlpegsforembankmentand
cutting,borrowpits,makingprofilesofembankment,constructionof
embankmentcompaction,stabilization,preparationofsubgrade,methodsofchecking
Camber, gradient and alignment as per recommendations of IRC, equipment used for
subgradepreparation.
Flexiblepavements:subbasenecessityandpurpose,stabilizedsubbase,purposeof
stabalization
Typesofstabalization
a)Mechanicalstabalization
b)Limestabalization
c)Cementstabalization
d)Flyashstabalization
BaseofCourse
Preparationofbasecourse:Primecoat,Tackcoat
a)Bricksoiling
b)Stonestoiling
c)Metalling:Waterboundmacadamandbituminousmacadams
MethodsofconstructionasperMinistryofsurfacetransport
Primecoat,tackcoat,sealcoat
Surfacing:Typesofsurfacing
a)surfacedressing
b) (i)premixcarpet
(ii)semidensecarpet
c)Bituminousconcrete
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d)Grouting
MethodsofconstructionsasperMinistryofSurfacetransport,specificationsandquality
controlequipmentused.
RigidPavements:
Construction of concrete roads as per IRC specifications: Form laying, mixing and
placing the concrete, compacting and finishing, cutting , joints in concrete pavement,
equipmentused
SECTIONC
6.HillRoads
Introduction:typicalcrosssections showingalldetailsofatypical hillroadincutting,
partlyincuttingandpartlyinfilling
Landslides:Causes,preventionsandcontrolmeasures
7.RoadDrainage
Necessityofroaddrainagework,crossdrainageworks
Surface and subsurface drains and storm water drains. Location, spacing and typical
detailsofsidedrains,sideditchesforsurfacedrainage.Interceptingdrains,pipedrainsin
hillroads,detailsofdrainsincuttingembankment,typicalcrosssections
8.RoadMaintenance
Commontypesofroadfailurestheircausesandremedies
Maintenanceofbituminousroadssuchaspatchworkandresurfacing
Maintenanceofconcreteroadsfillingcracks,repairingjoints,maintenanceofshoulders
(berms),maintenanceoftrafficcontroldevices
9.ConstructionEquipment
Outputanduseofthefollowingplantandequipments
Hotmixplantandmixallbattery
Tipper,factors(wheelandcrawler)scraper,bulldozer,drumpers,shovels,grader,roller,
dragline.
Asphaltmixerandtarboilers
Roadpavers
SECTIOND
10.Railways
Differenttypesofgaugesandsections
CharacteristicsofRailwayembankments
Conceptofcreep
11.Bridges
Differenttypesofbridges
Componentsofabridge
Bridgefoundations
12.Tunnels
Necessityoftunnels
Methodsofconstructionoftunnelsinhardandsoftrocks
Ventilationanddrainageoftunnels

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DCE530P

TRANSPORTATIONENGINEERING

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.DeterminationoftheCaliforniabearingratio(CBR)thesubgradesoil(demonstration
only)
2.Determinationofpenetrationvalueofbitumen
3.DeterminationofsofteningpointofBitumen
4.Determinationofimpactvalueandcrushingvalueoftheroadaggregate
5.Determinationofabrasionvalueofroadaggregate
6.Determinationofductilityofbitumen
7.Determinationofviscosityoftar/bitumen

DCE540

SOILANDFOUNDATIONENGINEERING

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Introduction
ImportanceofsoilstudiesinCivilEngineering
Geological origin of soils with special reference to soil profiles in India :Residual and
transported soil, Alluvial deposits. Lake deposits, dunes and loess, glacial deposits,
conditionsinwhichabovedepositsareformedandtheirengineeringcharacteristics.
Engineeringclassificationofsoils,comparisionbetweensandandclay.
2.PhysicalPropertiesofSoils:
Constituentsforsoil,phasediagramforsoil
Definitions and meaning of void ratio, porosity, degree of saturation, water content,
specificgravityofsoilgrains,unitweight,dryunitweight
Simplenumericalproblemswiththehelpofphasediagrams
3.SoilsClassificationandIdentification
Particlesize,shapeandtheireffectonengineeringpropertiesofsoil
Gradationofsoilparticlesanditsinfluenceonengineeringproperties
Relativedensityanditsuseindescribingcohesionlesssoils
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Behaviourofcohesivesoilswithchangeinwatercontent,Atterberglimitsdefinitions,use
andpracticalsignificance
Fieldidentificationtestforsoils
BISsoilsclassificationsystemsbasis,symbols,majordivisionsandsubdivisions,
groups,plasticitychart:proceduretobefollowedinclassifyingagivensoilintoagroup
SECTIONB
4.FlowofWaterThroughSoils:
Conceptofpermeabilityanditsimportance
Darcyslaw,coefficientofpermeability,seepagevelocityandfactorsaffecting
permeability
ComparisionofpermeabilityofdifferentsoilsasperBIS
Measurementofpermeabilityinthelaboratoryandinthefield
5.EffectiveStress:(ConceptOnly)
Stressesinsubsoil
Definitionandmeaningoftotalstress,effectivestressandneutralstress
Principleofeffectivestress
Importanceofeffectivestressinengineeringproblems
6.DeformationofSoils
Meaning,conditions/situationsofoccurrencewithemphasisonpracticalsignificanceof:
a)Considerationandconsolidationsettlement
b)Creep
c)Plasticflow
d)Heaving
e)Lateralmovement
Definitionandpracticalsignificanceofcompressionindex,coefficientofconsolidation,
degreeofconsolidation
Meaning of total settlement, uniform settlement, different settlement and rate of
settlementandtheirimportance
Settlementduetoconstructionoperationsandloweringofwatertable
TolerablesettlementfordifferentstructuresasperBis
SECTIONC
7.StrengthCharacteristicsofSoils
Examplesofshearfailureinsoils
Factorscontributingtoshearstrengthofsoils,Coloumbslaw
Determinationofshearingstrengthdirctsheartestandunconfinedcompressiontest.
Briefideaabouttriaxialsheartest,comparison betweendirectsheartestandtriausualtest.
Drainageconditionsoftestandtheirsignificance
Stressandstrainciurve,peakstrengthandultimatestrength,theirsignificance
Discrepanciesbetweenlaboratoryandfieldtests.
8.SoilCompaction
Definitionofcompactionanditsnecessity
Laboratory compaction test (light and heavy as per BIS) definition and importance of
optimumwatercontent,maximumdrydensity,moisturedrydensityrelationsfortypical
soilswithdifferentcompactiveefforts
Fieldcompaction:methodsandequipment,choiceofequipment
Compactionrequirements
Compaction control Density control, field density test. (sand replacement), moisture
control, Proctors needle and its use, thickness control, jobs of an embankment
supervisorinrelationtocompaction
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Factorsaffectingcompaction
SECTIOND
9.BearingCapacity
Conceptofbearingcapacity
Definition and significance of ultimate bearing capacity safe bearing capacity and
allowablebearingpressure
Bearingcapacityfrombuildingcodes
Factorsaffectingbearingcapacity
Conceptofverticalstressdistributioninsoilsduetofoundationloads
Plateloadtestandinterpretationofitsresults,limitationsofplateloadtest
BearingcapacitybySPTandunconfinedcompressiontest
Soilpropertiesgoverningchoiceoffoundationtype
Methodsofimprovingbearingcapacityofsoil
10.SoilExploration
Purposeandscopeofsoilexploration
Undertakingplanningofsubsurfaceinvestigations
Influenceofsoilconditionsonexploratoryprogramme
Possibilityofmisjudgementofsubsoilconditions
Location,depthandspacingofexploration
Influenceofsizeofprojectandtypeofstructureonexploratoryprogramme
MethodsofsoilexplorationReconnaissance,Trialpits,borings,(Auger,wash,rotary
percussion to be briefly dealt), SPT and dynamic con e penetration test ( Brief
descriptionandinformationcollected)
Groundwaterlevelmeasurement
Sampling:undisturbed, distributive and representative samples selection of type of
sample thin wall and piston samples area ratio, recovery ratio of samples and their
significance. Number and quantity of samples, resetting, sealing and preservation of
samples.
Presentationofsoilinvestigationresults
11.FoundationEngineering
Concept of hollow and deep foundation types of shallow foundations and their
suitability Factors affecting the depth of shallow foundations deep foundations,
classification of piles according to function and material, installation ofconcrete piles
(under reamed, bored, compaced) and their suitability load carrying capacity of piles
constructionalfeaturesofpilefoundations,wellfoundation

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DCE540P

SOILANDFOUNDATIONENGINEERING

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

University Examination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.AugerBoringandstandardpenetrationtest
Identifyingtheequipmentandaccessories
ConductingboringandSPTofagivenlocation
Collectingsoilsamplesandtheiridentification
PreparationofboringlogandSPTgraphs
Interpretationoftestresults
2.ExtractionofDisturbedandUndisturbedSamples
Extractingablocksample
Extractingatubesample
Extractingadisturbedsamplesformechanicalanalysis.Compactionandlimittest
Fieldidentificationofsamples
3.FieldDensityMeasurement(SandReplacementandCoreCutterMethod)
Caliberationofsand
Conductingfielddensitytestatagivenlocation
Determinationofwatercontent
Computationandinterpretationofresults
4.LiquidLimitandPlasticLimitDetermination
Identifyingvariousgroovingtools
Preparationofsample
Conductingthetest
Observationsoilbehaviourduringtests
Computation,plottingandinterpretationofresults
5. MechanicalAnalysis
Preparationofsample
Conductingsleeveanalysis
Computationofresults
Plottingthegrainsizedistributioncurve
Interpretationofthecurve
6.LaboratoryCompactionTests)StandardProctortest)
Preparationofsample
Conductingthetest
Observingsoilbehaviourduringtest
Computationofresultsandplotting
Determinationofoptimummoistureandmaximumdrydensity
7.UnconfinedCompressionTest
SpecimenPreparation
Conductingthetest
Plottingthegraph
Interpretationofresultsandfinding/bearingcapacity
8.Directsheartestonsandysoilsamples

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DCE550
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

SURVEYINGII&CAMP
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.PlaneTableSurveying
Purposeofplanetablesurveying,equipmentusedin planetablesurvey:
Planetable
Alidade(PlainandTelescopic)
Accessories
SettingofaPlaneTable
Centering
Levelling
Orientation
Methodsofplanetablesurveying
Rediation,
Intersection
Traversing
Resection
TwoPointProblem
ThreePointProblem
Mechanicalmethod(Tracingpaper)
BesselsGraphicalmethod
Trialanderrormethod
Errorsinplanetablesurveyandprecautionstocontrolthem.Testingandadjustmentof
planetableandalidade
2.Contouring
Concept of contours,purpose of contouring, interval and horizontal equivalent, factors
affectingcontourinterval,characteristicsofcontours,methodsofcontouring:
Direct and indirect, use of stadia measurements in contour survey, interpolation of
contours, use of contour map. Drawing cross section from contour map marking
alignment of a road,railway and acanal on a contour map, composition of earth work
andreservoircapacityfromacontourmap

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SECTIONB
3.TheodoliteSurveying
Workingoftransitverniertheodolite,fundamentalaxesofatheodoliteandtheirrelation
temporaryadjustmentsofatransittheodoliteconceptofvernier,leastcountandreading
a vernier concept of transmitting, swinging, face, left face right and changing face,
measurementofhorizontalandverticalangles.Prolongingaline(forwardandbackward)
measurement of bearing of a line traveling by included angles and deflection angle
methodtraversing by stadia measurement, theodolite triangulation, plotting a traverse,
conceptofcoordinateandsolutionofommitedmeasurements(onesideaffected),errors
in theodolite survey and precautions taken to minimise them limit of precision in
theodolitetraversing.Briefintroductiontotacheometryanduseoftacheometrictables
SECTIONC
4.Curves:
Simplecircularcurves
NeedanddefinitionofasimplecircularcurveElementsofsimplecircularcurves
Degree of the curve, radius of the curve, tangent length, point of intersection (Apex
point), tangent point length of a curve, long chorddeflection angle, Apex distance and
Midordinate.Settingoutofsimplecircularcurve:
a)Bylinearmeasurementsonly
offsetsfromthetangents
Successivebisectionofarcs
Offsetsfromthechordproduced
b)Bytangentialanglesusingatheodolite
Transitioncurves
Need (centrifugal force and super elevation) and definition of transition curve,
rerquirements of transition cur ves length of transition curves for roads by cubic
parabolacalculationofoffsetsforatransitioncurvesettingoutofatransitioncurve
bytangentialoffsetsonly.
Verticalcurves
Settingoutofaverticalcurve
SECTIOND
5.MinorInstruments
Studyanduseoftheinstrumentsgivenbelowtobeexplainedinadditiontoproviding
practice:
a)Abneylevel
b)Tangentclinometer
c)Proportionatecompass
d)CeyloneGhatTracer
e)Pentagraph
f)Planimeter
Note:
a)ForvarioussurveyingequipmentrelevantIndianstandardsshouldbefollowed
b)Nosketchoftheinstrumentsmaybeaskedintheexamination

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DCE550P
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
50
MinimumPassMarks:40%

SURVEYINGII&CAMP
UniversityExamination:35Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.PlaneTableSurveying
Studyoftheplanetablesurveyequipment
Settingtheplanetable
Markingthenorthdirection
Plottingafewpointsbyradiationmethod
Orientationby
Troughcompass
Backsighting
Plottingafewpointsbyintersectionmethod
Traversinganareawithaplanetable(atleastfivelines)
Toplotthepositionofplanetablestationbysolving:
a)Twopointproblem
b)Threepointproblemby
Tracingpapermethod
Besselsgraphicalmethod
TrialandErrormethod
Settingandcheckinggradeswithabneylevel.Settingandcheckinggradeswith
CeylongGhatTracer
Useofproportionatecompassforenlargementreductionoflinesandareasof geometrical
plane figures, volumeof solids anddrawing geometrical figures ofrequirednumberof
sidesinacircle.
FindingheightsbyIndianPatternClinometer(TangentClinometer)
Enlargement/reductionofaplanbytheuseofpentagraph
Useofplanimeterforcomputingareas
2.Contouring
PreparingacontourplanbyradiallinemethodbytheuseofaTangentClinometer/
Tacheometer
Preparingacontourplanbymethodofsquares
PreparingacontourplanofaRoad/Railwaytrack/Canalbytakingcrosssections.
3.Theodolite:
Takingoutthetheodolite,mountingonthetripodandplacingitbackinthebox
Studyofatransitverniertheodolitetemporaryadjustmentoftheodolite
Readingthe vernierandworkingoutthe leastcount,measurementofhorizontalangles
byrepetitionandreitration
Prolongingalineforwardandbackward
Measurementofmagneticbearing
Measurementofverticalanglesanduseoftecheometrictables
Runningaclosedtraversewithatheodolite(atleastfivesides)anditsplotting
4.Curves
Settingoutofasimplecircularcurvewiththegivendatabythefollowingmethods
a)Offsetsfromthechordsproduced
b)Onetheodolitemethod
Settingoutacircularcurvewithtransitionlengthbylinearmeasurements

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SEMESTERVI
DCE610

EARTHQUAKERESISTENTBUILDING
CONSTRUCTION

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
of thetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
ELEMENTSOFENGINEERINGSEISMOLOGY
causeofearthquake,seismicwave,earthquakesize(magnitude,intensity),classification
ofearthquake,seismiczoiningmapofIndia,staticanddynamicloading,staticand
dynamicequilibrium,fundamentalperiod
SECTIONB
seismicbehavioroftraditionallybuiltconstructionofIndia.
Seismicperformanceduringearthquakeandmodeoffailure(outofplanefailure,in
planefailure,diaphragmfailure,connectionfailure,nonstructuralcomponentfailure).
SECTIONC
seismicprovisionofstrengtheningandretrofittingmeasurefortraditionallybuilt
constructions.
introduction of IS: 4326:1993.IS:13928:1993&IS:13927:993withcertainclauses.
SECTIOND
CommonmodesofFailureofRainforcedConceretbuildings
Horizontal&verticalirregularitiesidentificationsseismicdamageinbuilding
components(columns,beams,slabs,infillwall,foundationetc.),ductiledetailingasper
IS13920.

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DCE620

ELEMENTSOFSTEELSTRUCTURALDESIGN

MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.StructuralSteelandSections:
PropertiesofstructuralsteelasperIS:226andIS:197
DesignationofstructuralsteelsectionsasperIShandbookandIS:800
Conceptofdeterminateandindeterminatestructures
SECTIONB
2.StructuralSteelConnections:
Rivetedconnections,typesofrivets,permissiblestressesinrivetsasperIS:800,typesof
rivetedjoints,specificationsasperIS800forrivetedjoints,designofrivetedjointsfor
axiallyloadedmembers:,testingandinspectionofrivetedjointsasperIS:800
Weldedconnections:Typesofwelds,permissiblestressesinwelds,typesofwelded
connections,designofbuttandfilletweldedconnectionssubjectedtoaxialloads,testing
andinspectionofweldedjointsasperIS:800
SECTIONC
3.TensionMembers:
Permissiblestressesintensionforsteel,designoftensionmembersasperIS:800
(flats,anglesandfeesectionsonly).
4.CompressionMembers:
Conceptofbucklingofcolumns,effectivelengthandslendernessratio,permissible
stressesincomparisionasperIS:800,strengthofcolumnsofsingleandbuiltupsections
withthehelpoftableofpermissiblecompressivestresses.
ISspecificationsfordesignofangle,strutsandaxiallyloadedcolumns(nobuiltup
columns)useoftackingrivets
Columnbasesketchofslabbaseandguessetedbase,beamandcolumnconnections
(nodesign)
SECTIOND
5.Beams:

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ISspecificationsforthedesignofsimplysupportedsteelbeamsincludingdesignofbase
plateattheends(laterallyrestrainedbeamsonly),structuralbehaviourdeflectedshapes
andfunctionofvariouselementsofaplategirderandfreehandsketchingofaplategirder
anditselements.

DCE630
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

ESTIMATINGANDCOSTING
UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter
1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE.
2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshaveto
attemptatleastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Eachsectioncarry15%
ofthetotalmarks
3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcoverthe
entiresyllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks.
B)Instructionsforcandidates
1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDof
thequestionpaperandtheentiresectionE.
2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA
1.Buildings
Introductiontoestimating:Typesofestimates,drawingstoattachedwiththeseestimates,
preparationofroughcostestimates
Unitsofmeasurementandunitsofpaymentofdifferentitemsofwork
Differentmethodsoftakingoutquantitiescentrelineintoin/outmethods
Preparationofadetailedestimate,completewithdetailedreports,specifications,abstract
ofcostandmaterialstatementforasmallresidentialbuildingwithaflat
roof.
Preparationofadetailedestimate,completewithdetailedreports,specifications,abstract
ofcostandmaterialstatementforpitchedroofwithsteeltrussonly
SECTIONB
2.AnalysisofRates:
Stepsintheanalysisofratesforanyitemofworkrequirementofmaterial,labour,
sundriesandcontractorsprofit
Calculationofquantitiesofmaterialsfor:
a)Plaincementconcreteofdifferentproportions
b)Brickmasonryincementandlimemortar
c)Plasteringandpointingwithcementmortarindifferentproportions
d)Whitewashing
Analysisofratesofthefollowingitemsofworkwhenthedataregardinglabour,ratesof
materialandratesoflabourisgiven
a)Earthworkinexacavationandfillingwithaconceptofleadandlift
b)Cementconcreteinfoundation
c)Dampproofcourse.
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d)RCCandRBinroofslabs
e)Firstclassburntbrickmasonryincementmortar
f)Cementplaster
g)Cementpointingflush,deeppointing
SECTIONC
2.Irrigation
Calculation of earth work for inclined channels with the help of drawings for different
crosssections
Preparationofdetailedestimateforabricklineddistributoryfromagivensection
3.PubicHealth
Preparationofdetailedestimateforlayingawatersupplyline(CIpipe)
Preparation of detailed estimate for sanitary and water supply fittings in a domestic
containingonesetoftoiletsandseptictank
Preparationofdetailedestimateforlayingabricksewer
SECTIOND
4.Roads:
Methodsforcalculatingearthworkusing:
i)Averagedepth
ii)Averagecrosssectionalarea
iii)Graphicalmethod
Calculationsofquantitiesofmaterialsforroadsinplainsforgivendrawings
Preparation ofdetailedestimateusingtheabovequantities
Detailedestimateofasinglespanslabculvertwithreturnwingwalls
Calculation of quantities of different items of work for a masonry retaining wall from
givendrawings.
5.Valuation
Purposeofvaluation,principlesofvaluation
Definitionoftermssuchasdepreciation,sinkingfund,salvageandscrapvalue
Valuationofabuildingpropertybyreplacementcostmethodandrentalreturnmethod.
Methodofcalculationofstandardrentconceptofcapitalizedvalueandyearspurchase

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DCE640P
MaximumTime: 3Hrs.
TotalMarks:
100
MinimumPassMarks:40%

CIVILENGINEERINGDRAWINGIV
UniversityExamination:70Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

SteelStructuralDrawing
1.Preparationofaworkingdrawing(elevation,plan,detailsofjointsasridge,eavesand
otherconections)forarivetedsteelrooftrussrestingonamasonrywallwiththegiven
span,shapeofthetrussandthedesigndataregardingthesizeofthemembersandthe
connections.Alsocalculatethequantityofsteelforthetruss.
2.Steelconnections(a,b,c,d)rivetedand(e)weldedallunstiffened
Beamtobeamconnections(Seatedandfraned)
Beamtocolumn(Seatedandfraned)
Columnbaseconnections(Slabbaseandgusettedbase)
Detailsofcolumnsplices
Connectionsofasteelbracketwithflangeofacolumn
3.Detaileddrawingshowingplanandelevationforarivetedplategirderwiththegiven
designdataregardingthesizesofitsparts,withdetailsatthesupportsandconnections
ofstiffeners,flangeanglesandcoverplateswiththeweb.

DCE650P
MaximumTime:3Hrs.
TotalMarks: 200
MinimumPassMarks:40%

MAJORPROJECTWORK
UniversityExamination:140Marks
ContinuousInternalAssessment:60Marks

Someofthesuggestedprojectactivitiesaregivenbelow
1.Settingupofanenterprise
2.Projectsconnectedwithrepairandmaintenanceofcivilworks
3.Estimatingandcostingprojects
4.Designofresidentialbuildingsincludingdesignofstructuralmembers
5.Projectworkrelatedtoqualitycontrolofmaterials,concreteandconstruction activities
6.Projectworkrelatedtowasteminimizationandwasteutilisation
7.Preparationofbar bendingschedulesandestimationofsteelrequirement
8.SurveyWork
9.Valuationofbuildings
10.Alignmentofroads
11.Designofseptictanks
12.Designofwatersupplyschemeforalocality
13.Designoffloodwaterdisposalsystem
14.Pollutionpreventionandcontrolstudiesetc.

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