The primary objective of this program is to produce well-balanced Civil Engineers capable of entering the Civil Engineering profession or continuing their studies at the post graduate level. Graduates will be well prepared to solve current Civil Engineering problems, and they will have the ability to adapt to problems of the future.
The achievements of Civil Engineers are well-known to the general public, because Civil Engineers build the world’s infrastructure. Civil Engineers play instrumental role in building airports, bridges, buildings, dams and waterways, drainage and sewer systems, city roads, and highways. The Undergraduate program offers a balanced approach to Civil Engineering education. The program is also designed to give students a solid foundation in Engineering and Science. Students take courses in Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics, in addition to a core set of engineering courses common to most Engineering disciplines. The Civil Engineering courses teach students the fundamentals of Engineering design, as well as potential applications. Students are taught how to use Computer Software to expedite the design process, and they are also taught how to balance engineering designs with economic constraints. During their senior year, Undergraduate students work with a professor on a design project.
Within a few years of graduation the graduates of the civil engineering program at Modern Group of Colleges will:
- Serve the society and the civil engineering profession through involvement in community and professional organizations.
- Possess the expertise that allows graduates to make judgment-based decisions with confidence.
- Contribute new ideas and innovations that empower advancements in their profession.
In order to achieve its mission and educational objectives the civil engineering faculty must ensure that graduates have attained the following program outcomes:
- An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
- An ability to design and conduct experiments,as well as to analyze and interpret data.
- An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
- An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
Students take a common core of Civil Engineering courses, and they can specialize in the areas of geotechnical, or structural engineering etc. Our curriculum lays intensive focus on: Strenghth of Materials/ Construction Technology/ Soil Mechanics/ Concrete Technologies/ Structural Analysis/ Building Drawing/ Reinforced concrete structures/ Transportation Engineering/ Hydraulic Structures and Machinery/ Environmental Engineering / Design of Steel Structures .
CUTTING EDGE LABORATORIES & FACILITIES
Students have access to every facility in the form of 9 well-equipped labs. These are:
- Structure and construction engineering lab
- Computer lab
- Soil mechanics lab
- Hydraulics and fluid machinery lab
- Strength of materials lab
- Concrete and highway lab
- Survey lab
- Environmental engineering lab
- Remote sensing and GIS lab
Many of the world’s largest construction and engineering including L&T, HCC, Technip, GMR Infrastructure, Shapoorji Pallonji & Co. and Gammon Infra regularly Hire Civil Engineers.
Admission is carried out on the basis of JEE rank for Punjab Domiciles and for students belonging to other states through online counselling conducted by IKG Punjab Technical University, 66.6% seats form the State Quota while 33.3% seats in each discipline are reserved for Management Quota. Admissions to all seats are made on the basis of merit of JEE/10+2 marks.
|THIRD SEMISTER||FOURTH SEMISTER|
|1||Surveying & Geometics lab||BTCE 301-18||1||Concrete Technology||BTCE 401-18|
|2||Solid Mechanics||BTCE 302-18||2||Material ,Testing an d Evaluation||BTCE 402-18|
|3||Fluid Mechanics||BTCE 303-18||3||Hydrology & water Resources||BTCE 403-18|
|4||Mathematics III||BTAM 301-18||4||Transportation Engineering||BTCE 404-18|
|5||Basic electronics & Applications in civil engineering||BTEC 305-18||5||Disaster Preparedness & Planning||BTCE 405-18|
|6||Civil engineering- Introduction,societal and global impact||HSMC 132-18||6||Environmental Science||EVS 101-18|
|7||Surveying & geometics lab||BTCE 306-1||7||Concrete Testing lab||BTCE 406-18|
|8||Fluid Mechanics lab||BTCE 307-18||8||Transportation lab||BTCE 407-18|
|9||Solid Mechanics lab||BTCE 308-18||9||Surveying camp of 4 Week duration|
|10||Mentoring & Professional development||BMPD 301-18||10||Mentoring & Professional development||BMPD 401-18|
|11||Workshop training of 4 weeks duration after second semester Carpentary,Electrical ,Plumbing,MS -WORD,MS-EXCEL,CAD||BTCE 332-18|
|FIFTH SEMISTER||SIXTH SEMISTER|
|1||Engineering Geology||BTCE 501-||1||Engineering Economics & Estimation & Costing||BTCE- 601 -18|
|2||Elements of Earthquake engineering||BTCE 502-18||2||Foundation Engineering||PECE-602A-18|
|3||Construction,Engineering and Management||BTCE 503-1||3||Design of Steel Structure||PECE-603B-18|
|4||Environmental Engineering||BTCE 504-18||4||Construction Engineering Materials||PECE-604F-18|
|5||Structural Engineering||BTCE 505-18||5||Wind and Solar Power Energy Sources||OEE-213-18|
|6||Geotechnical Engineering||BTCE 506-18||6||Computer Networks||BTCS-504-18|
|7||Geotechnical Lab||BTCE 507-18||7||Constitution of India||BTMC 101-18|
|8||Environmental Engineering Lab||BTCE 508-||8||Mentoring and Professional Developmen||BMPD 601-18|
|9||Structural Lab||BTCE 509-18|
|10||Mentoring and Professional||BMPD 501-18|
|11||Training – II*||BTCE 532-18|
|SEVENTH SEMESTER||EIGHTH SEMESTER|
|1||Elective – IV||PECE 701X-18||1||Software Training And Project||BTCE 801-18|
|2||Elective – V||PECE 702Y-18||2||Industrial training and Project||BTCE 801-18|
|3||Open Elective – II(Metro system and Engg)||OEZZ XXX|
|4||Elective – VI||PECE 703Z-18|
|5||Open Elective – III||OEZZ XXX|
|6||Professional Practice, Law & Ethics||HSMC XXX|
|7||Management- I (Organizational Behavior and Entrepreneurship)||BTMC XXXX|