Civil

Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering, Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Bengaluru was established in the year 2013 and offers the graduate programme B.E., in Civil Engineering with an intake of 60 students. The programme is approved by AICTE, New Delhi, and the institution is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, Karnataka. The department is endowed with quality and excellence to provide all encouragement to each individual. The department is focused on growth and technology trends with well-furnished state of art laboratories. The department has a team of highly qualified faculty members with industrial experience and is striving hard continuously to improve upon the quality of education in engineering and technology. The department is also organizing regular field/industry visits and conducting various technical seminars/guest lectures/workshops to bridge the gap between the industry and academia to enhance the skills of students. An excellent academic and research environment prevails for creative and productive work both for faculty members as well as students.

  • The department aims to be a collaborative hub for imparting quality education and research in the field of civil engineering, with innovative practices, to meet the current and future challenges to its learning community and society

  • To provide a conducive environment to enhance proficiency in practical and theoretical concepts to all stakeholders.

  • To encourage students to pursue higher education, research, entrepreneurship, and consultancy services with ethical and moral values.

  • To synergize the effort of both students and faculty members to address modern infrastructural challenges.

  • PEO1: To disseminate fundamental and specialized technical knowledge and communication skills to find creative solutions for technological challenges.

  • PEO2: To advocate the practice of engineering in a responsible, professional, and ethical manner and provide eco-friendly sustainable technologies for the benefit of industry and society.

  • PEO3: To enrich competence in implementing emerging technologies to satisfy societal needs.

  • PEO4: To inculcate professionalism, safeguarding of public interest, and sustainability.

  • PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  • PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems to arrive at substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

  • PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health, safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  • PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

  • PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

  • PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

  • PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of sustainable development and its need.

  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the engineering practice.

  • PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  • PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and documentation, make effective presentations to give and receive clear instructions.

  • PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

  • PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the zeal and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

  • PSO1: Plan, analyze, design and execute cost-effective engineering projects to meet societal needs.

  • PSO2: Provide sound technical solutions for current and emerging technological challenges.

  • PSO3: Pursue postgraduate and doctoral programmes.

  • PSO4: Update knowledge about the state of art techniques in engineering including interdisciplinary domains to propagate sustainable development.

  • To obtain consistent results in academics

  • To enter into MOUs to facilitate training, internship, and placements

  • To establish a cell for providing consultancy services

  • To offer training and continuing education programmes

  • To establish knowledge centres

  • To have an all-doctorate team of faculty members

  • To publish technical papers in Scopus Indexed Journals

  • To submit proposals for funded projects in R and D activities

  • To strive for acquiring Intellectual Property Rights.

  • Well-ventilated class and tutorial rooms equipped with multimedia projectors

  • Laboratories with advanced equipment and sophisticated software

  • Departmental library

  • Internet Facility

  • Innovative video lecture delivery facility

  • Interactive sessions with industry representatives

  • Skill Development Centre

  • On-campus conduction of Add-on Courses

  • Tie-Ups and MoUs for Internship/Projects

I Semester II Semester
Course Code Course Name Course Code Course Name
18MAT11/21 Calculus and Linear Algebra 18MAT11/21 Advanced Calculus and Linear Methods
18PHY12/22 Engineering Physics 18CHE12/22 Engineering Chemistry
18ELE13/23 Basic Electrical Engineering 18CPS13/23 C Programming for Problem Solving
18CIV14/24 Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics 18ELN14/24 Basic Electronics
18EGDL15/25 Engineering Graphics 18ME15/25 Elements of Mechanical Engineering
18PHYL16/26 Engineering Physics Laboratory 18CHEL16/26 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
18ELEL17/27 Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory 18CPL17/27 C Programming Laboratory
18EGH18/28 Technical English-1 18EGH18/28 Technical English-II
III Semester IV Semester
Course Code Course Name Course Code Course Name
18MAT31 Transform Calculus, Fourier Series and Numerical Techniques 18MAT41 Complex Analysis, Probability and Statistical Methods
18CV32 Strength of Materials 18CV42 Analysis of Determinate Structures
18CV33 Fluid Mechanics 18CV43 Applied Hydraulics
18CV34 Building Materials and Construction 18CV44 Concrete Technology
18CV35 Basic Surveying 18CV45 Advanced Surveying
18CV36 Engineering Geology 18CV46 Water Supply & Treatment Engineering
18CVL37 Computer-Aided Building Planning and Drawing 18CVL47 Engineering Geology Laboratory
18CVL38 Building Materials Testing Laboratory 18CVL48 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Laboratory
18KVK39 Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for Communication)/Adalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration) 18KVK39 Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for Communication)/Adalitha Kannada (Kannada for Administration)
OR OR
18CPC39 Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law 18CPC39 Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law
V Semester VI Semester
Course Code Course Name Course Code Course Name
18CV51 Construction Management and Entrepreneurship 18CV61 Design of Steel Structural Elements
18CV52 Analysis of Indeterminate Structures 18CV62 Applied Geotechnical Engineering
18CV53 Design of RC Structural Elements 18CV63 Hydrology and Irrigation Engineering
18CV54 Basic Geotechnical Engineering 18CV64X Professional Elective -1
18CV55 Municipal Wastewater Engineering 18CV65X Open Elective - A
18CV56 Highway Engineering 18CVL66 Software Application Laboratory
18CVL57 Surveying Practice 18CVL67 Environmental Engineering Laboratory
18CVL58 Concrete and Highway Materials Laboratory 18CVEP68 Extensive Survey Project
18CIV59 Environmental Studies -- Internship
Professional Elective -1
18CV641 Matrix Method of Structural Analysis
18CV642 Solid Waste Management
18CV643 Alternate Building Materials
18CV644 Ground Improvement Techniques
18CV645 Railway, Harbours, Tunneling and Airports
Open Elective -A
18CV651 Remote Sensing and GIS
18CV652 Traffic Engineering
18CV653 Occupational Health and Safety
18CV654 Sustainability Concepts in Civil Engineering
VII Semester VIII Semester
Course Code Course Name Course Code Course Name
18CV71 Quantity Surveying and Contract Management 18CV81 Design of Pre-stressed Concrete
18CV72 Design of RCC and Steel Structures 18CV82X Professional Elective - 4
18CV73X Professional Elective - 2 18CVP83 Project Work Phase - 2
18CV74X Professional Elective - 3 18CVS84 Technical Seminar
18CV75X Open Elective - B 18CVI85 Internship
18CVL76 Computer-Aided Detailing of Structures Professional Electives - 4
18CVL77 Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory 18CV821 Bridge Engineering
18CVP78 Project Work Phase - 1 18CV822 Prefabricated Structures
-- Internship 18CV823 Advanced Foundation Engineering
Professional Elective - 2 18CV824 Rehabilitation and Retrofitting
18CV731 Theory of Elasticity 18CV825 Pavement Design
18CV732 Air Pollution and Control
18CV733 Pavement Materials and Construction
18CV734 Ground Water Hydraulics
18CV735 Masonry Structures
Professional Electives - 3
18CV741 Earthquake Engineering
18CV742 Design Concepts of Building Services
18CV743 Reinforced Earth Structures
18CV744 Design of Hydraulic Structures
18CV745 Urban Transport Planning
Open Elective -B
18CV751 Finite Element Method
18CV752 Numerical Methods and Applications
18CV753 Environmental Protection and Management

One of the oldest engineering branches, Civil Engineering is all about conceiving, planning designing, developing, constructing, creating, and maintaining of infrastructure required to provide services in various sectors of prime necessity for the well-being of society. A few of them are housing and commercial space; transportation by various modes; irrigation engineering and water resource management; water supply and waste water treatment; sustainable urban and regional planning. A degree in civil engineering can prepare you for an incredibly satisfying and rewarding career in both public/private/entrepreneurship domains in design, construction, management, and business fields. Some of the most popular careers that await you are:

Project Managers

They are the most responsible persons at the project/construction sites. With knowledge on the most basic things like costs, team and time management, weather, etc., managers have to be the eyes and ears of the clients and have to see ensure that everything progresses as per schedules.

Structural Engineers

Liaising with other engineers and architects, they design and develop structures that can sustain both natural and use-induced forces while ensuring that these structures remain durable and stable during their service life. They are also involved in the evaluation of existing infrastructure to check whether they satisfy the appropriate codal guidelines.

Site Engineers

A site engineer needs to possess effective communication and problem-solving skills to supervise the technical and organizational activities of construction projects. The work responsibilities include determining the ideal location for installations and applying designs to execute the project. Site engineers are also responsible for the safety and security of the site.

Geotechnical Engineer

With expertise in the field of soil mechanics/behavior which is also known as geotechnical engineering along with investigative skills and problem-solving approaches, they can make a fulfilling career as geotechnical engineers. They need to analyze the soil-rock properties and design the substructure by assessing risks that can arise from forces due to the structure itself and any form of natural hazards like earthquakes, landslides, and floods.

Building Planning Engineers

Building planning engineers need to ensure that building regulations are being adhered to when any infrastructure project is constructed or rebuilt. From inspecting the buildings for safety and security, they offer feasible solutions when regulations are not met with. Building planning engineers should stay updated with the current regulations regarding fire and other hazards.

Transportation Engineers

Do you think public transportation just happens? All those subways, trams, roads, highways, railways, airways, waterways, and such facilities don’t just spring from nowhere. Top transportation engineers are responsible for planning, designing, executing, and maintaining the facilities for us to reach our destination on time.

Environmental Engineers

Environmental engineers have a great responsibility of safeguarding our environment from the ill effects of all human activities and make it safe for all living creatures. You will get to go and restore landscapes and nature from what people have ruined, you will get to explain to the public what a healthy indoor and outdoor environment is, and what to do in the future to stop wrecking our planet.

Urban planning Engineers

Urban planning might be the closest thing to playing with your dream of an ideal neighborhood, where you wanted to have ample play spaces, recreational facilities, safe cycling tracks, etc. You can get to suggest how to use the land for various purposes and what type of transportation facilities would be most suitable for sustainability.

  • • Pass in PUC/10+2 Examination, conducted by the respective State Government/ Union Territory or any other qualification recognized as equivalent thereto, with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the subjects among Chemistry/Computer Science/ Electronics/Technical/Vocational Course and at least 45% Aggregate (40% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category) in the above three subjects taken together.

Semester

Class teacher

E-mail ID

Phone number

IV

  Manjularani P

 manjularani@dbit.co.in

 9916922498

VI

 Bushra Eram

 bushraeram@dbit.co.in

 9591035787

IV

  Sadashivaiah

 cvlsada@dbit.co.in

 8660256510