Civil Engineering is considered to be the most versatile branch among all the engineering branches. It is the branch with a lot of diversity from geotechnical sciences to structural engineering, environmental to hydraulics, transportation to hydrology. Civil Engineering (CE) can be considered as a single largest branch among all the engineering branches that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. Civil engineering takes place on all levels: in the public sector from municipal to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners to international companies.
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT of the institute started functioning right from the inception of the institute, in the year 2010. It is endowed with well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty and committed supporting staff. Students of the department are highly enthusiastic and actively participate in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities apart from giving their best in academics. A congenial atmosphere prevails in the department and in particular between the teacher and the taught. All the laboratories of the department are well equipped with advanced and sophisticated instruments, to fully satisfy the training needs of the students and to meet the research and consultancy requirements of the department. Conducting seminars, workshops and conferences on the latest developments and arranging internships, industrial visits and expert lectures for the benefit of the students are regular features in the department. Department of Civil Engineering
“God has created earth but we civilized it…………………………..”
The course leading to a Bachelor’s degree in civil Engineering was started in the year ‘2010(From the inception of the Institution) with intake of 60 students and Two batches passed out and the result for this year (2015-16 batch) is awaited. Placement through campus interview is more than 90%.
This objective is fulfilled by organizing field visits. The department also arranges expert lectures from the experienced techno craft from various organizations and institutes of repute.
Civil Engineering is fundamentally a social activity. In the practice of Civil Engineering, we are aware of this, and that is why it is right for us to insist on clarity and intelligibility. We have a specific goal and vision of developing the department into a full-fledged learning center for conceptual knowledge. The department is geared to translate its vision into deeds, by producing quality technocrats with inbuilt character of commitment and hardworking, who can interpret and implement the knowledge acquired for the development of society; by organizing national seminars and workshops to expose the students and staff; by improving teaching learning process by supplementing the regular class room instruction with teaching aids such as LCD projector; by conducting technical seminars& group discussions on a continuous basis to enhance knowledge as well as COMMUNICATION skills; by involving faculty in both research and consultancy activities, by encouraging the faculty to update their knowledge in both academic and practical fields by sending them to various conferences, workshops, seminars and through industrial training during vacation. Teaching is done in an industry-specific-way, which enables them to adapt the work-culture of industries easily. The department library, models, charts and video lectures on various topics add to the department resources and make the teaching learning process more effective.
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The Vision of the Department of Civil Engineering is to be a world class academic centre for quality education and research in diverse areas of Civil Engineering, with a strong social commitment. To Offer for the Growth of the Society Well Qualified Civil Engineers, Managers and Researchers.
A. To serve the people of West Bengal and the country by providing a broad and high quality education to its student for a successful professional career.
B. To conduct strong basic and applied research for national needs.
C. To serve the construction industry; civil engineering profession and rural community through dissemination of knowledge and technical services.
The graduates will be geared up
- PEO I: Provide a strong foundation in Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Engineering To train the students so that they can work and contribute to the infrastructure development projects being undertaken by Govt fundamentals to the students, enabling them to excel in the various careers in Civil Engineering(Preparation).and private or any other sector companies.
- PEO II: Impart necessary theoretical and practical background in Civil Engineering to the students, so that they can effectively compete with their contemporaries in the National / International level (Core competence and professionalism). Graduates will have awareness of contemporary professional issues and support the engineering profession through participation in professional societies and/or educational institutions.
PEO III: Motivate and prepare the Graduates to pursue higher studies, Research and Development, thus contributing to the ever-increasing academic demands of the country. (Breadth).
To train students in such as a way that they can pursue higher studies so that they can contribute to the teaching profession/ research and development of civil engineering and other allied fields.
PEO IV: Enrich the students with strong communication and interpersonal skills, broad knowledge and an understanding of multicultural and global perspectives, to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, both as leaders and team members (Learning environment). Graduates will possess a good understanding of social, environmental and ethical issues and have effective communication skills.
To train students in a manner that they should function effectively in the multicultural and multidisciplinary groups for the sustainable development and growth of civil engineering projects and profession.
Graduates of the Civil Engineering Programme will be able to:
- PO 1(a): Engineering knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and Civil Engineering principles to the solution of complex problems in Civil Engineering.
- PO 2(b): Problem analysis: An Ability to perform engineering analysis and design in problems related to structural, hydraulics, geotechnical, environmental and transportation specializations of civil engineering. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
- PO 3(c): Design/development of solutions: An ability to design solutions for complex Civil Engineering problems and a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
- PO 4(e): Conduct investigations of complex problems: An Ability for investigating and experimenting into engineering processes combined with an ability to analyze and interpret engineering data in civil engineering. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
- PO 5(k): Modern tool usage: An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools such as CAD, FEM and GIS including prediction and modelling to complex Civil Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations necessary or engineering practice.
- PO 6(j): The engineer and society: A knowledge of contemporary issues and apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional Civil Engineering practice.
- PO7(h): Environment and sustainability: The broad education necessary to understand the impact of civil engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context and need for sustainable development.
- PO 8(f): Ethics: An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility and norms of the Civil Engineering practice. Awareness of role of civil engineering and civil engineers for the welfare of society, that continuous learning and improving from the mistakes of the past is the need of the hour, and that a responsible engineer is ethical and will continually increase his knowledge throughout life time.
- PO 9(d): Individual and team work : An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
- PO 10(g): Communication: An ability to communicate effectively on complex Civil Engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
- PO 11(l): Project management and finance: An ability to work for the infrastructural development, to pursue teaching, research & development activities and to work effectively in a group. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage Civil Engineering projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
- PO 12(i): Life-long learning: Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Competence in applying the fundamentals of science and engineering principles necessary for the practice of civil engineering (which includes mathematics, physics, chemistry, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, basic engineering geology and environmental science).
- Course & Department Objective
Course & Department Objective
A civil engineering degree prepares a professional to work in various engineering areas, from construction to communications, infrastructure etc. Civil engineers are involved with the design, development and construction of a huge range of projects in the built and natural environment. Their role is central to ensuring the safe, timely and well-resourced completion of projects in many areas, including highway construction, waste management, coastal development and geotechnical engineering. Consulting civil engineers liaise with clients to plan, manage, design and supervise the construction of projects. As contracting civil engineers, they turn the plans of consulting civil engineers (designers) into reality.
They oversee the actual construction on the ground and work in conjunction with consulting engineers.
The Civil Engineering provides the testing and consultancy services like designing the building structure and material testing that caters to the needs of the community, graduates are also valued in commercial and corporate sectors such as finance, banking and accountancy. A Civil Engineering degree would be of great value in operational management, supply chain management, procurement, intellectual property, and logistics and after-sales management also.
To provide an educational, professional, and intellectual experience by engaging our students and staff in the integration, creation, and dissemination of knowledge through teamwork, personalized instruction, research, and outreach for the successful growth in the Department’s prestige.
To develop graduates who have a mastery of fundamental knowledge, problem solving skills and offer successful professional practice for the betterment of society.
- Career Prospects
The degree holders of civil engineering plan design and supervise construction of facilities essential to modern life. These facilities vary widely in nature, size and scope including space satellites and launching facilities, offshore drilling structures, bridges, buildings, highways and other transport systems, tunnels, airport, dams, harbors and other infrastructure. A civil engineering degree prepares you to work in various engineering areas, from construction to COMMUNICATIONS infrastructure. Today’s civil engineers face the challenge of creating structures which at times seen to defy gravity, defy engineering science and even defy logic. Yet, these amazing structures are firmly based in scientific principle; seeming to bend scientific laws to meet the needs of the Architecture. Roles are available in both engineering organizations and other industries. Civil Engineering (CE) graduates are also valued in commercial and corporate sectors such as finance, banking and accountancy.
As mankind strives to build bigger buildings, utilizing living and working space better, civil engineers will face new challenges in making structures which are stronger, more resistant to natural disaster and have greater capacities. This is a growing field, where the challenges are increasing as mankind stretches the envelope of our existing materials science.
- All the Government departments related to Civil Engineering
- Public Sector Undertakings
- Entrepreneurship/Self Employment
- Real Estate/Infrastructure development companies/Manufacturing Units
- Consultancy Services
- Defense Research Organizations
- Higher Studies
- Laboratory Facilities
The Department has 7 fully equipped state-of-the-art laboratories supervised by experienced faculty members. There are trained technicians to help the students in performing the experiments.
In order to give practical know-how to the students for the theoretical topics studied by them in the class room, various labs like Surveying lab, Geotechnical Engineering lab, Concrete Technology lab, Transportation Engineering lab, CAD lab, STAAD Lab and Environmental Engineering lab are fully set up with the latest equipment and facilities. The students can perform the entire practical on their own, keeping the track of latest trends in the field under the keen supervision of specialized faculties. The labs are one of the finest laboratory facilities for the aspiring Civil Engineering students.
Soil Mechanics Laboratory
Description of the Lab:
The soil lab provides academic and research services through performing all lab tests needed for analysis and study of soil characteristics and its properties. This lab concentrates on foundation engineering with emphasis on soil sampling, shear strength measurements and site investigation.
Sl. No. Equipment’s Name No. 1 Soil Hydrometer 1 2 Liquid Limit Device (Cassagrande Type) 1 3 Plastic Limit Apparatus 1 4 Shrinkage Limit Apparatus 1 Set 5 Curt Cutter Apparatus with Dolly 1 6 Sand Pouring Cylinder 1 7 Direct Shear Apparatus 1 8 Triaxial Shear Apparatus 1 9 Vane Shear Apparatus 1 10 Permeability Apparatus 2 11 Air Tight Container 12 12 Consolidation Apparatus 1 13 Proctor Compaction Mould with accessories 1 Set 14 Hot Air Oven 1 15 Unconfined Compression Tester 1 16 Electronic Weighing Balance 2 17 Relative Density Apparatus (Pycnometer) 1
Description of the Lab:
Materials testing are the process of pulling, bending, twisting, turning, hitting, and squeezing materials or components to make sure they withstand the intense stresses, strains and impact forces they are likely to experience in use and application. In other words, materials’ testing examines the overall strength, toughness, flexibility, suitability and fitness for purpose. Compression and tensile testing are the oldest and most common materials tests performed. Concrete has relatively high compressive strength, but significantly lower tensile strength, and as such is usually reinforced with materials that are strong in tension. Compressive strength of concrete can be determined in this lab using Compression testing machine. Non-destructive testing can be done with the help of Rebound Hammer. Concrete can also be pre-stressed (reducing tensile stress) using internal steel cables (tendons), allowing for beams or slabs with a longer span than is practical with reinforced concrete alone. Inspection of concrete structures can be non-destructive if carried out with equipment such as a Schmidt hammer, which is used to estimate concrete strength.
Sl. No. Equipment’s Name No. 1 Slump Test Apparatus 1 2 Compaction Factor Test Apparatus 1 3 Laboratory Concrete Mixture 1 4 Cube Mould 5 5 Cylindrical Mould 2 6 Le Chateliermould 2 Sets 7 Le Chatelier Flask 1 8 Gauging Trowel 2 9 Measuring Cylinder 1000 ml 2 10 Vicat Needle Apparatus 1 11 Water Bath (650*300*175) 1 12 Vee -bee Consistometer 1 13 Motorised Sieve Shaker 1 14 Compressive Strength test apparatus. 1 15 Test sieve 90 micron dia. For Cement Test 1 16 Cleaning Brush 1 17 Digital Balance (50 kg capacity & 10kg capacity) 1+1 18 Pycnometer 1 19 Enamel Tray 4 20 Sieve set size 80,40,20,12.5,10, 5 (30cm dia) 1 each 21 Sieve set size 4.75,2.36, 1.18, 600, 300, 150 micron (15 cm dia brush made) 6 Sets 22 150 mm Dia brush made Pan and Lead for Sieve sets 1 Set 23 Blain Air Permeability Apparatus 1 Set 24 Specific Gravity Apparatus for Course Aggregate 1 25 Schmidt Rebound Hammer 1 26 Bulk Density Measuring Apparatus (3 ltr& 15 ltr) 1+1 27 Thermostatically Controlled Laboratory Curing Tank 1
Description of the Lab:
Transportation lab consists of equipment used in the testing of bituminous materials such as viscosity, ductility and plasticity and other devices for super-pave testing of bitumen and aggregates. There are other devices for mix design by both Super pave and Marshall Methods. Aim of this lab is to understand the quality of aggregate and bitumen i.e. the primary material of road construction and finally to evaluate the quality of road.
Sl. No. Equipment’s Name No. 1 Los Angle Abrasion Testing Machine 1 2 Aggregate Impact Testing Machine 1 3 Ring & Ball Apparatus 1 4 CBR Test Apparatus 1 5 Universal Penetrometer for Bitumen 1 6 Flash and Fire Point Apparatus (Pensky Martine Open Cup Type) 1 7 Benkelman’s Beam Apparatus 1 8 Dynamic Cone Penetration Apparatus 1 9 Dynamic Film Stripping Device 1 10 Length Gauge 1 11 Thickness Gauge 1 12 Electronic Weighing Machine 1
Description of the Lab:
The Environmental Lab comprises of modern and technically advanced instruments needed for water and wastewater analyses. The lab has also many in-situ devices and equipment to perform different types of measurements and to take grab and composite water, wastewater samples. Primarily deals with physical, chemical and bacteriological analysis of portable water and sewage.
Sl. No. Equipment’s Name No. 1 Jar Testing Apparatus 1 2 Digital Turbidity Meter 1 3 Digital ph Meter 1 4 Vacuum Pump 1 5 Steam Bath Apparatus 1 6 Distilled Water Plant 1 7 Hot Air Oven 1 8 Analytical Balance 1 9 Electronic Balance 1 10 Conical Flask & Volumetric Flask 5 + 20 11 Measuring Cylinder 2 12 Desiccators with Porcelain Plate 2 13 Beaker 500ml Capacity 8 14 Reagent Bottle with Stopper 25 15 Pipette Graduated Type 40 16 Burette 10
Description of the Lab:
In Engineering geology lab, rock samples, mineral samples, models showing fault and fold, color and texture, feel properties, magnetism are available. Engineering Geology is a very important subject of Civil Engineering as it deals with the behavior of rocks below the surface of the earth. Geological factors below the ground may affect the design, construction, operation and site selection of any project work especially for dams. Engineering Geologist investigate and provide geologic and geotechnical suggestions, analysis and design. Geologist may provide suggestions regarding earthquake analysis for buildings, bridges, dams etc. Stability of slopes, erosion of soil, flooding, dewatering and seismic investigation and Geological maps are also studied in Engineering Geology Lab to understand the history of rock formation in particular strata.
Sl. No. Equipment’s Name No. 1 Digital Binocular Microscope 1 2 Polarizing Petrological Microscope 1 3 MotiCam Digital Camera & Analytical Software 1 4 Moh’s Scale Hardness Kit Box 1 Set 5 Clinometer Compass 1 6 Various Collections of Geological Models 6 Sets 7 Projector and Computer 1 Set
Description of the Lab:
AutoCAD is a software application for computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting. The software supports both 2D and 3D formats. In this lab the 37 advanced configured computers are provided to fulfill the needs of civil engineering students. It is useful in Building Planning and designing, drawing the elements and designs the components of buildings. These drawing files are also used to estimate the cost of any building may be residential, commercial, industrial, institutional or any other.
- 1) LCD Projector
- 2) Printer
- 3) Laptop
- 4) 30 No. of Computers
Description of the Lab:
Surveying is the process by which a surveyor measures certain dimensions that generally occur on the surface of the Earth. Surveying equipment, such as levels and theodolite, are used for accurate measurement of angular deviation, horizontal, vertical and slope distances. With computerization, electronic distance measurement (EDM), total stations, GPS surveying and laser scanning have supplemented the traditional optical instruments. This information is very important to convert the data into a graphical representation of the Earth’s surface, in the form of a map. This information is then used by civil engineers and contractors to design from, build on, and trade, respectively. Elements of a building or structure must be correctly sized and positioned in relation to each other and to site boundaries and adjacent structures.
Sl. No. Equipment’s Name No. 1 Metric Chain (30mtr) 5 2 Metric Chain (20mtr) 3 3 Metric Tape (30 meter) 4 4 Steel Tape (10 meter) 1 5 Ranging Rod (dia 30mm) 15 6 Arrows 15 7 Optical Square 4 8 Prismatic Compass 6 9 Plane Table with Stand Accessories 6 10 Dumpy Level with Stand 5 11 Auto Level 3 12 Vernier Theodolite (20 second) 6 13 Total Station (Digital SOKKIA 620K) with Accessories 1
Description of the Lab:
STAAD is a software application for structural modeling and design of RCC and steel structure. In this lab the 37 advanced configured computers are provided to fulfill the needs of civil engineering students. It is useful in design for various kinds of residential and commercial buildings, bridges, trusses, trestle, and industrial buildings and so on.
- 1) STAAD Pro Vi8 Software
- 2) Industry Standard Drawing & Drafting Software
- 3) High Performance Desktop Computers
- Intellectual Capital
The college is supported by a team of dedicated experienced full time highly qualified faculty members, Part time/Visiting professors from Industry Experts, skilled technical staff and excellent laboratory assistants. Our aim is to make students industry ready. Teaching is done in an industry-specific-way, which enables them to adapt the work-culture of industries easily.
We also arrange mock interviews for the final year students for facing the campus interview.
The strength of department is attributed to learning oriented pedagogical practices by the experienced and committed faculty from diversified facets of Civil Engineering.
1. TOPIC: DEEP AND PILE FOUNDATION
A seminar on ‘DEEP AND PILE FOUNDATION’ was organized by Civil Engineering Department on 31st January 2015. Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay, Teacher-in-charge highlighted the common concept and emerging requirements about the Deep foundation. Senior faculty& Expert Prof. Suprovat Chatterjee presented the first seminar on Well foundation with a very clear demonstration regarding different types of caissons and shapes of Wells and its component parts. Mr. Balaram Mukherjee, Ex-Technical Director, M/S K.N.Dadina, expert from the industry, delivered a presentation on Pile foundation. In this presentation he elaborates the difference between shallow and deep foundation and explained the technical knowhow about different pile foundations. Most of the civil engineering students attended this seminar and benefited by knowing the common problems that an engineer may face in the industry when they will deal with deep and pile foundations.
2. TOPIC: CAPACITY ANALYSIS OF UNCONTROLLED INTERSECTIONS
A seminar on traffic engineering was organized by Civil Engineering Department on 29th August 2015. Our faculty Mr. Srijan Mukherjee presented the seminar on Capacity Analysis of Uncontrolled Intersections. He highlighted the controlling ability of the total network to accommodate traffic and importance of such intersections in this process. Critical gap, follow-up time and many other traffic engineering parameters were described to understand the gap acceptance behavior of the driver to analyze the capacity of an uncontrolled intersection. A comparative study on Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) method, Siegloch’s approach and Polish approach were also demonstrated to understand the suitability of these methods in Indian condition to analyses capacity of such intersections. Most of the civil engineering students were greatly encouraged to study traffic engineering from this seminar.
3. TOPIC: INSIGHT OF MODERN TECHNIQUES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABILITY
A seminar on ‘INSIGHT OF MODERN TECHNIQUES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING & ITS SUSTAINABILITY’ was organized by Civil Engineering Department on 31st March & 1st April 2016. Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay, Teacher-in-Charge highlighted the common concepts and emerging requirements about the insight of modern techniques in civil engineering & its sustainability. Two Faculty Members presented their technical paper that Mr. Subrata Halder, Assistant Professor, Civil Engg. Dept., ODGI, has presented the first seminar on Artificial Recharge of Ground Water with a very clear idea regarding different ways of recharge of ground water deficiencies and Mrs. Pampa Sen, Assistant Professor, Civil Engg. Dept., OGI, has presented the topic on “Earthquake Resisting Structure and Seismic Retrofitting” with a very clear concept regarding to make the Building as Earthquake resistant and as well as to take the ways to minimize the effect of earthquake on an existing structure. Prof. Manasendu Banerjee, Ex.Professor of NIT Durgapur enlightened us with the knowledge on ‘Advance Technology on Present Days Construction’, Lecture on ‘Modern Technology on Transportation and Highway Engineering’ was presented by Mr. Barun Dam (Former. Chief Engineer of PWD-Roads, WB & Consultant to many Road projects) Mr. Kashinath Bose, Executive Engineer of WBIIDC, expert from the industry delivered presentation on ‘Sustainable Drinking Water from Roof Top Rainwater Harvesting’ and Prof. Arun Chakroborty, Prof. of IIEST, Shibpur delivered a lecture on ‘High Performance Concrete in Today’s Construction Projects’. The entire programme was thoroughly enjoyed by the well-attended audience of our faculty, staff & students.
4. TOPIC: TECHNIQUES OF CONCRETE TESTING, CHIMNEY DESIGN, SOIL INVESTIGATION & SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ‘URBAN PLANNING & ITS SUSTAINABILITY’
A seminar on ‘Techniques of concrete testing, chimney design, soil investigation & solid waste management in URBAN PLANNING & ITS SUSTAINABILITY’ was organized by Civil Engineering Department of OGI on 4th & 5th of October 2016. Prof. Supravat Chattopadhyay, Senior Faculty Member highlighted the common concept about techniques in civil engineering & its sustainability. Lecture delivered on ‘Geotechnical Investigation & important Testing’ by Prof. J.J. Mondal (Professor, Civil Engg. Dept., NITTR, Kolkata). Lecture delivered on ‘Solid Waste Management is yet to establish its Priority in Urban Planning by Mr.Tapas Ghatak (Former Head of Department-Environment Cell, Urban Development Department, Government of West Bengal, Urban Planning Advisor, GOI, GIS Expert, Member of many Professional Societies). Lectures were delivered on ‘Design Challenges-Tall Chimney’ by Mr. Suddhabrata Gangopadhyay (Former Senior General Manager, Development Consultants Pvt LTD / Kuljian Corporation – Philadelphia, USA); on ‘Destructive & Non Destructive Testing of Concrete’ was delivered by Dr. Madhusudan Chakroborty (Former Reader of Civil Department Jadavpur University, Former Director National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training & Amp; Research Kolkata. Two internal faculty members Mr. Shouvik Sarkar & Mrs.bPampa Sen (Assistant Professor, Civil Engg. Dept., OGI) delivered lectures on the topic ‘Use of Industrial Waste Materials in Road Construction” and ‘Low Cost Housing’ simultaneously.
1. STAAD PRO
A Technical workshop organized at our college on STAAD PRO software in association with IIT- PATNA and RoboEdutech India Pvt. Ltd. on 26-27th of August, 2015. The workshop was held at our college as the zonal center of this workshop. The goal of this workshop was to encourage undergraduate Civil Engineering students to have a wide area of vision in the field of Structural Design by using the Structural Engineering software STAAD PRO. By motivating them towards the professional way of work was the main motto of this workshop.
The first session of the first day of the workshop i.e. on 26/08/15 was open to all civil engineering students of 1st year to 4th year and it was mandatory.
Objectives and Workshop Modules:
The objectives of the proposed activities was
- 1. To encourage students to recognize a wide prospect in the field of STAAD PRO.
- 2. To receive knowledge from corporate peoples with personal one-on-one attention.
- 3. To give an adequate exposure to become a master in STAAD PRO
- 4. To motivate students to actively participate in the various National and International Level Technical Symposiums.
- 5. To improve the job prospect of our students and to get an edge over others.
- 6. Learning through the interactive query sessions, live demos, power point presentation helps students to gain quicker knowledge in STAAD PRO.
- 7. To get certificate from the recognized university of India.
1. Konark Cements and AIMA presents Aadhar Quiz 2015
On behalf of All India Management Association and Konark Cements (Bharat) Ltd we are pleased to invite students of civil engineering of your college Quiz conducted across East-Central India in over 50 prestigious colleges including yours for an awareness building. It was held in our College on 06/02/15.
In this Quiz students appeared at a written Test and attended quiz contest conducted by AIMA & KONARK Quizmaster at your college. This Quiz will only take about 30-45 minutes in all. All participating students awarded certificates of participation.
Our two students (Sri Priyank Patel & Sri Amarjit Nag) of 4th year attended zonal competition at Bhubaneswar.
The camp site was at Durgapur (23.55°N, 87.32°E), an Industrial hub of West Bengal.
The survey work was involved for the roads, buildings on DPS and New Airport area. The terrain is undulated and Total Station used for the survey.
The total team divided into 3 groups. Each group entrusted with various tasks to collect data, measurement levels etc. on each day.
One group entrusted for long section& Cross section leveling.
2nd group entrusted for traversing of the building
3rd group entrusted for Total Station survey
Instruments used during the course of survey camp:
- 1. Long Section Cross section by Auto Level and Dumpy Level
- 2. Contour by Auto Level and Dumpy Level
- 3. Traverse by Theodolite
- 4. Level and contour by Total Station
- 5. Traverse and plot with Total Station
Benefit & Conclusion:
The students got hand on practical experiences on survey work on undulated terrain and a lesson towards ‘Building Team work’.
Visit to Metro rail project
Educational visit to Kolkata Airport to Garia Metro rail project site at New Town, Rabitirtha to Centre II and pre cast yard at Barasat has been conducted under the guidance of Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay and Prof. Subrata Halder on 03/04/2017.
Visit to Jhajhra Coal Mine,near Durgapur
A two days Educational Trip had been held on 02/10/16 and 03/10/16 to JAJHRA COAL FIELD VISIT for Understand the Geological Data, Civil and Structural Details, Seepage of Shaft etc of Underground Coal Mines under the guidance of Prof. (Dr.) Somendra Nath Roy and Prof. Pampa Sen.
Dakhhin Roypur Water Treatement Plant visit
A. One Day Educational tour to Water Treatment Plant on Dakshin Roypur, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal under Public Health Engineering Directorate, South 24 Parganas Water Supply Circle, Govt. of West Bengal arranged on 21st September, 2015 (Monday) for final year students of Civil Engineering (7th sem.) department. The capacity and details of the plant is as under:
1. Surface Water Based Water Supply Scheme for arsenic affected area at DakshinRoypur:
- Capacity- 34 MGD (152.00 MLD)
- The Source of the water treatment plant is Hooghly River.
- 16 nos. of filter bed
- 4 nos. of clariflocculators
2. Mega Surface Water Based Water Supply Scheme for Falta, Mathura at DakshinRoypur:
- Capacity- 52 MGD (236 MLD)
- 8 clariflocculators
- 28 filter units
- The Source of the water treatment plant is Hoogly River.
Total 50 students had visited the water treatment plant with five of our faculty members. This visit was really helpful to enhance the practical knowledge about the process/function of water treatment plan of our students.
The Engineer In-charge of the plant from P.H.E.Dte gave us a presentation about the treatment plant and shared some useful things regarding different treatment plant units and their functions respectively.
After the completion of useful presentation students visited the different units of treatment plant such as intake, alum dosing unit, clariflocculators, sludge ponds, filtration unit, chlorination unit, clear water reservoir etc. of the running project.
After lunch we visited the 2nd unit of water treatment plant which is under construction. L&T is the EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction) contractor for the above 2nd unit. The construction is going on in full swing.
The existing plant serves a good quality and quantity of water to the public. The area covered by the existing plant (plant-I) are Budge Budge-I & II, Bisnupur, Mograhat-II, Jaynagar-I, Bhangore, Part of Sonarpur, Part of Baruipur. The other Part of Sonarpur and part of Baruipur which are not covered by the existing plant will be covered by the plant-II (under construction).
Students gathered practical knowledge of the Water Treatment Process, Construction Methodology, Operation of the Plant and Concept of Plant Layout.
B. PANCHET DAM VISIT to Understand Geology Data and Hydraulic Structure
Educational visit was conducted for the 5th semester students of Civil Engineering department at Panchet Dam during October 19-21, 2014. The Dam lies on Damodar river 5 kms upstream at the confluence of Barakar and Damodar rivers and at the western fringe of Raniganj Coalfield in West Bengal. The reservoir has been constructed with multipurpose objectives for the benefits of the mankind & hence they need to be monitored regularly. Satellite remote sensing data is an effective tool in such overview monitoring study. It provides and synoptic view of the whole area in multispectral mode in different times of the year. Various aspects of the Panchet reservoir, such as temporal variation in reservoir water levels, images in various bands and its colour composite can be monitored by satellite remote sensing methodology. The visit was arranged for the students to have a physical idea about the behavior of rocks below the surface of the earth. Geological factors below the ground may affect the design, construction, operation and site selection of any project work especially for dams. Geological maps also explained to understand the history of rock formation in particular strata.
Tech fest (exhibition) conducted by the students in February 2016
Motivational speech was conducted by our college in colaboration with Indian Army
Achievements by the Students
Students from our department made their department proud by participating in a Green Building Seminar organized by IIEST, Shibpur premises on 10/4/15.Eminent dignitaries and specialist in their own fields pertaining to Green Building and systems gave lecture and broadened the knowledge of participants. Green buildings are basically a new technology and they are in demand for our sustainable future.
Our student, Sri Ritwik Das participated in ‘Bridge Design Challenge’ in association with Technex’15, IIT (BHU) Varanasi organized by Civil Simplified at Kolkata on 5th Jananuary’15 and awarded with ‘Best Design’.
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