Civil Engineering

Doon Group of Institutes

The Department of Civil Engineering has grown over the years into one of the finest centers of training in the field of civil engineering.

The department is currently running undergraduate courses, postgraduate programme as well as research activities. Civil engineering focuses on the infrastructure of the world which includes Water works, Sewers, Dams, Power Plants, Transmission Towers/Lines, Railroads, Highways, Bridges, Tunnels, Irrigation Canals, River Navigation, Shipping Canals, Traffic Control, Mass Transit, Airport Runways, Terminals, Industrial Plant Buildings, Skyscrapers, etc.

For employment opportunities exist in the public & private sectors in large numbers in all branches of design, construction, & maintenance, enjoying a smooth drive, being happy with a well planned market place, you must take a moment to thank a civil engineer for the roads you travel and the market place you are in. But, these aren't the only contributions civil Engineers have made to life in the 21st century: They are also credited with synchronizing traffic lights, designing homes, building bridges, erecting industrial facilities and constructing recycling plants.

Department Laboratories

  • Computational Laboratory
  • Environmental Engineering Laboratory
  • Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
  • Strength of Materials Laboratory
  • Structural Laboratory
  • Soil Mechanics Laboratory
  • Survey Laboratory
  • Transportation Laboratory


To impart knowledge and execellence in civil Engineering and technology with global perspectives to our students and to make them ethically strong Engineers to build our nation.


  • To produce civil engineers of high calibre, technical skills and ethical values to serve the society and nation.
  • To make the department a centre of excellence in the field of civil engineering and allied research.
  • To provide knowledge base and consultancy services to the community in all areas of civil engineering.
  • To promote innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding engineers to face the challenges of future.

1st Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TMA101 Engineering Mathematics I
TPH101/TCH101 Engineering Physics/ Engineering Chemistry
TME101/TEE101 Basic Mechanical Engineering / Basic Electrical Engineering
TCS101 Fundamentals of Computer and Introduction to C programming
TME102/ TEC101 Engineering Mechanics / Basic Electronics Engineering
THU101/ TEV101 Professional Communication- / Environmental Science
PPH151/PCH151 Physics/Chemistry Laboratories
PME151/PEE151 Mechanical Engineering Lab /Electrical &Electronics Lab
PCS151 Computer Lab I
PME152/ PME153 Workshop / Computer Aided Engineering Graphics
SGP101 Seminar
XGP101 Extra Curricular Activity

2nd Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TMA202 Engineering Mathematics II
TCH201/ TPH201 Engineering Chemistry/ Engineering Physics
TEE201/ TME201 Basic Electrical Engineering/ Basic Mechanical Engineering
TCS202 Programming in C
TEC201/ TME202 Basic Electronics Engineering / Engineering Mechanics
THU202 Technical Writing
TEV201 Environmental Science
PCH251/PPH251 Chemistry/Physics Laboratories
PEE251/PME251 Electrical & Electronics Lab/ Mechanical Engineering Lab
PCS252 Computer Lab II
PME253 / PME252 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics / Workshop
SGP201 Seminar
XGP201 Extra Curricular Activity

3rd Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TMA301 Mathematics III
TCE 301 Fluid Mechanics
TCE 302 Basic Surveying
TCE 303 Building Materials and Construction
TCE 304 Strength of Material
PCE 301 Fluid Mechanics Lab
PCE 302 Basic Survey Field Work
PCE 303 Civil Engineering Drawing
XCE 301 Extra Curricular Activities

4th Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TCE 401 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machine
TCE 402 Structural Analysis - I
TCE 403 Advanced Surveying
TCE 404 Engineering Geology
TMA 402 Computer Based Numerical & Statistical Techniques
PCE 401 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machine Lab
PCE 402 Advanced Survey Field work
PCS 402 Numerical Technique Lab
XCE 401 Extra Curricular Activities

5th Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
THM 501 Industrial Economics & Principles of Management
TCE 501 Structural Analysis II
TCE 502 Concrete Structure I
TCE 503 Transportation Engineering I
TCE 504 Geotechnical Engineering I
PCE 501 Structural Analysis Lab.
PCE 502 Concrete Lab.
PCE 503 Transportation Engineering Lab.
XCE 501 Extra Curricular Activities

6th Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TCE 601 Environmental Engineering I
TCE 602 Concrete Structure II
TCE 603 Geotechnical Engineering II
TCE 604 Estimation, Construction Planning & Management
PCE 601 Environmental Engineering Lab. I
PCE 602 Structural Detailing Lab. I
PCE 603 Geotechnical Engineering Lab.
XCE 601 Extra Curricular Activities

7th Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TCE 701 Design of Steel Structures
TCE 702 Environmental Engineering II
TCE 703 Water Resources Engineering I
TCE 704 Earthquake Resistant Design of Buildings
PCE 701 Environmental Engineering Lab. II
PCE 702 Structural Detailing Lab. II
PCE 703 Practical Training & Seminar
CEP 701 Project ( Stage - I )
XCE 701 Extra Curricular Activities

8th Semester

Subject Code Subject Title
TCE 801 Transportation Engg. II
TCE 802 Water Resources Engg. II
CEP 801 Project (Stage II & III)
SCE 801 Seminar on research aspect
XCE801 Extra Curricular Activities

Open Elective

Subject Code Subject Title
TMA651 Mathematical methods
TMA652 Operation Research
TMA653 Optimization Techniques
TMA654 Mathematical Modelling

Elective I

Subject Code Elective name
TCE 711 Computer Aided Design of Structures
TCE 712 Environmental Management
TCE 713 Ground water Engineering
TCE 714 Advanced Highway Engineering

Elective II

Subject Code Elective name
TCS 821 Computer Graphics
TMA 822 Finite Element Method
TCE 823 Hydraulic Structures
TCE 824 Bridge Engineering


Subject Code Elective name
TCE 831 Water and Waste Water Treatment
TCE 832 Geographical Information System
TCE 833 Rock Engineering Year & Sem Branch Lab Name Lab Equipment Name
1 3rd & 5th CE Structural analysis Curved Members, Three Hinged Arch, Two Hinged Arch, Portal Frame, Column Apparatus, Truss Apparatus, Cantilever Beam Apparatus, Simply Supported Beam, Dial Guages, Weights.
2 3rd & 5th CE Soil Mechanics Oven, Weighing Machine, Pycnometer, Casagrande Apparatus, Proctor's Compaction Apparatus, Cylindrical Core Cutter Method, Cylindrical Metal Compaction Mould, Uppal's Liquid Limit Device, Set of Sieves.
3 3rd & 6th CE Transportation Engg. Bitumen- Specific Gravity Test, Ductility Test, Flash & Fire point Test, Penetration Test, Softening Test, Viscosity Test, Water Content Test. Aggregate- Los Angeles Apparatus, Flakiness & Elongation Apparatus, Impact Testing Machine, Pycnometer, Compressive Strength Testing Machine.
4 3rd & 6th CE Environmental Engg. Turbidity Test, Conductivity Test, Colour Test, pH Test, Alkalinity Test, Acidity Test, Hardness Test, Chloride Test, Chlorine Demand Test, Dissolved Oxygen Test.
5 2nd & 3rd CE Fluid Mechanics Apparatus for conducting orifice meter Exp, Reynolds apparatus, Flow through Venturimeter and Orificemeter apparatus, Losses in pipe fitting, Pipe friction apparatus, Pitot static Tube apparatus Apparatus for verification of Bernoulli theorem, Flat bottom vessel apparatus, Flow over rectangular and V notch tank apparatus, Metacentric Height test.
6 2nd & 3rd CE Building Materials Vicat's Apparatus, Moulds, Compresion Testing Machine, Lee Chatelier's Apparatus, Impact Testing Machine, Set of Sieves, Pycnometer, Measuring Cylinder, Bucket & MISC.
7 2nd & 3rd CE Surveying Prismatic Compass, Surveyor's Compass, Dumpy Level, Vermier Theodolite, Electronic Theodolite, Metric Chains, Measuring Tapes, Arrows, Pegs, Ranging Rods, Staff, Tripod.
8 2nd & 4th CE Hydraulic Machine Reciprocating Pump Test, Centrifugal Pump test, Francis Turbine Test, Pelton Wheel Turbine Testing.
9 2nd & 4th CE Advanced Surveying Theodolite, Total Station, Plane Table, Alidade, Trough Compass, Spirit Level U-Fork with Plumb Bob, Tripod, GPS, Measuring Tape, Ranging Rod.
10 2nd & 4th CE Concrete Technology Set of Sieves, Measuring Cylinder, Los Angeles Apparatus, Slump Cone, Tamping Rod, Compaction Factor Apparatus, Measuring Tape, Weighing Machine
11 2nd & 4th CE Geology Pycnometer, Megascopic Study of Minerals.

Employment for Civil Engineers abounds in the private and public sectors. In the private domain the Infrastructure sector is the perennial playground of the civil engineer. With the ever-widening network of Roads and Rails there is no dearth of jobs for Civil Engineers.

The new concept of community systems brings new blood to civil engineering. Civil engineering, built on team work, provides leadership skills to its practitioners. Thus civil engineers are naturally suited to become community leaders and mentors. As such civil engineering graduates can enter various public departments at the state or the central level via civil services or the relevant exam.

Civil Engineers work in a number of popular profiles such as surveyors, designers, architects, managers and planners.