Academic Programmes

An elaborate list of our research-oriented academic programmes

B.E Civil Engineering with specialisation in following focus areas: 

  • Structural Engineering, Smart and Sustainable Materials
  • Smart Cities
  • Infrastructure Development and Management

Salient Features of B.E Civil Engineering Program:-

  • Focus on student-centric learning
  • ELC activities in every semester
  • Capstone & Design Projects
  • Problem-based learning
  • Group tasks
  • Team environment
  • Industry involvement in curriculum development & training
  • 6 months industrial training in reputed firms such as CSIR-CRRI, NHAI, L&T, RITES, JP Morgan, CPWD & State PWD’s, etc
  • 21 core Civil Engineering companies along with many Non-Core options.
  • Highest package of Rs. 14 Lakhs

Program Educational Objectives

  • Demonstrate a high level of technical expertise in civil engineering profession with effective communication and management skills.
  • Embrace sustained lifelong learning by pursuing higher education suitable for the needs of the profession & community.
  • Achieve leadership roles by serving the society as ethical and responsible professionals

Program Specific Outcomes

  • Evaluate, analyse and formulate a sustainable design of structural components of different types of buildings.
  • Design and devise a construction and management process, within the ambit of realistic constraints, to satisfy the requirements of civil infrastructure projects.
  • Analyse and design various aspects of water and water related systems for cleaner and sustainable environment

Program Outcomes

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • 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 and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • 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.
  • 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 anunderstanding of the limitations.
  • 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.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutionsin societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms ofthe engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader indiverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineeringcommunity and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reportsand design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: 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 projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Course Scheme

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SEMESTER-I

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UEC001

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

3

1

2

4.5

2

UHU003

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

2

0

2

3.0

3

UMA003

MATHEMATICS - I

3

1

0

3.5

4

UPH004

APPLIED PHYSICS

3

1

2

4.5

5

UTA015

ENGINEERING DRAWING

2

4

0

4.0

6

UTA017

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING - I

3

0

2

4.0

 

 

TOTAL

16

7

8

23.5

 

SEMESTER-II

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

 

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCB008

APPLIED CHEMISTRY

3

1

2

4.5

2

UEE001

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

3

1

2

4.5

3

UEN002

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

3

0

0

3.0

4

UES009

MECHANICS

2

1

2*

2.5

5

UMA004

MATHEMATICS - II

3

1

0

3.5

 

6

 

UTA013

ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT – I

(6 SELF EFFORT HOURS)

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

2

 

 

5.0

7

UTA018

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

3

0

2

4.0

 

 

TOTAL

18

5

7

27.0

* Each student will attend one Lab Session of 2 hrs in a semester for a bridge project in this course. (Mechanics)

 

SEMESTER-III

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

 

1

 

UCE306

ARCHITECTURE DRAWING & BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

 

2

 

0

 

2

 

3.0

2

UCE308

BUILDING MATERIALS

2

0

2

3.0

3

UES010

SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES

3

1

2

4.5

4

UES011

THERMO-FLUIDS

3

1

2

4.5

5

UMA031

OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES

3

1

0

3.5

6

UTA002

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

2

0

3

3.5

 

7

 

UTA014

ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT – II

(6 SELF EFFORT HOURS)

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

6.0

 

 

 

16

3

15

28.0

 

SEMESTER-IV

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE403

SURVEYING

3

1

3

5.0

 

2

 

UCE404

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

(7 SELF EFFORT HOURS)

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

2

 

 

8.0

3

UCE508

DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES-I

3

1

0

3.5

4

UES012

ENGINEERING MATERIALS

3

1

2

4.5

5

UMA007

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

3

1

2

4.5

 

 

TOTAL

15

4

9

25.5

 

SEMESTER-V

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE401

HYDROLOGY AND GROUND WATER

3

1

0

3.5

2

UCE501

SOIL MECHANICS

3

1

2

4.5

3

UCE507

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

3

1

0

3.5

4

UCE506

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

3

1

0

3.5

5

UCE509

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING - I

3

0

2

4.0

6

UCE592

SURVEY PROJECT

-

-

-

4.0

7

UCE609

DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES – I

3

1

0

3.5

8

UCE692

GROUP DESIGN PROJECT (START)

-

-

2

-

 

9

 

UTA012

INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENRESHIP (5 SELF EFFORT HOURS)

 

1

 

0

 

2

 

4.5

 

 

TOTAL

19

5

6

31

 

SEMESTER-VI

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE603

HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING

3

1

2

4.5

2

UCE605

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING - II

3

1

0

3.5

 

3

 

UCE606

WATER AND WASTE WATER ENGINEERING

 

3

 

1

 

2

 

4.5

4

UCE607

FOUNDATION ENGINEERING

3

1

2

4.5

5

UCE608

DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES- II

2

1

0

2.5

 

6

 

UCE692

GROUP DESIGN PROJECT

(6 SELF EFFORT HOURS)

 

1

 

0

 

2

 

5.0

7

 

ELECTIVE-I

3

1

0

3.5

 

 

TOTAL

18

6

8

28.0

 

SEMESTER-VII

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE794

PROJECT SEMESTER*

-

-

-

20

 

 

TOTAL

-

-

-

20

* TO BE CARRIED OUT IN INDUSTRY/RESEARCH INSTITUTION

 

OR

 

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE701

GROUND IMPROVEMENT

3

1

0

3.5

1

UCE795

PROJECT (8 SELF EFFORT HOURS)

1

0

8

9.0

2

UCE796

PRACTICAL TRAINING (SIX WEEKS)

-

-

-

4.0

3

 

ELECTIVE – II

3

1

0

3.5

 

 

TOTAL

-

-

-

20

 

OR

 

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE797

START- UP SEMESTER**

-

-

-

20

 

 

TOTAL

-

-

-

20

**BASED ON HANDS ON WORK ON INNOVATIONS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

 

SEMESTER VIII

SR.

NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

UCE804

SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

3

1

2

4.5

2

UCE805

DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES II

3

2

0

4.0

3

UCE806

DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

3

1

0

3.5

 

4

UCE892

CAPSTONE PROJECT (13 SELF STUDY HOURS)

0

0

3

8.0

5

UHU005

HUMANITIES FOR ENGINEERS

2

0

2

3.0

6

 

ELECTIVE – III

3

1

0

3.5

7

 

GENERIC ELECTIVE

3

0

0

3.0

 

 

TOTAL

17

5

7

29.5

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Program Educational Objectives and Program Outcomes

M.E. (Structural Engg.) Program

The postgraduate degree program in Structural Engineering at Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology is designed to prepare postgraduates for professional practice in industry and government and for further education to enter careers in research and academia.

To prepare our graduates to take their place in this environment, and consistent with this focus, the following programeducational objectives have been established for the students of Masters in Structural Engineering.

  1. To impart knowledge to students in the latest technological aspects of Structural Engineering and to provide them with opportunities in taking up advanced topics of the field of study.
  2. Moulding the graduate civil engineers to undertake safe, economical and sustainable design of civil and other structures.
  3. To broaden and deepen their capabilities in experimental research methods, analysis of data, and drawing relevant conclusions for scholarly writing and presentation.
  4. To create a congenial environment that promotes learning, growth and impart ability to work with inter-disciplinary groups in professional, industry and research organizations
  5. To inculcate human values and ethics in their personal and professional life.

Listed below are the program outcomes of the Masters in Structural Engineering program. After the completion of this program the student will be able to:

  1. Apply the knowledge of science, mathematics, and engineering principles for developing problem solving attitude.
  2. Independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
  3. Conduct experimental and/or analytical work and analyse results using modern mathematical and scientific methods.
  4. Demonstrate mastery in advanced areas of structural engineering and critically assess the relevant technological issues.
  5. Write and present a substantial technical report/document.

COURSE SCHEME (2019 ONWARDS) FOR

M.E. (STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING)

 

First Year: SEMESTER-I

 

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE101

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

3

2

0

4.0

2

PCE102

ADVANCED SOLID MECHANICS

3

2

0

4.0

3

PCE103

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL DESIGN

3

2

0

4.0

4

PCL108

STATISTICAL METHODS AND ALGORITHM

3

0

2

4.0

5

PCE104

STRUCTURAL MATERIALS

3

0

2

4.0

6

PCE204

STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS

3

2

0

4.0

 

 

TOTAL

18

8

4

24.0

 

First Year: SEMESTER-II

 

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE201

FINITE ELEMENT METHODS IN STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

3

2

0

4.0

2

PCE202

PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE

3

2

0

4.0

3

PCE301

EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF STRUCTURES

3

2

0

4.0

4

 

ELECTIVE – I

3

2

0

4.0

5

 

ELECTIVE – II

3

2

0

4.0

6

 

ELECTIVE – III

3

2

0

4.0

 

 

TOTAL

18

12

0

24.0

 

Second Year: SEMESTER-III

 

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE391

SEMINAR

-

-

-

4.0

2

PCE392

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT

-

-

-

4.0

3

PCE091

DISSERTATION (STARTS)

-

-

-

0.0

 

 

TOTAL

-

-

-

8.0

 

Second Year: SEMESTER-IV

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE091

DISSERTATION(CONTD.)

-

-

-

16.0

 

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 72

 

ELECTIVE – I

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE211

ADVANCED BRIDGE DESIGN

3

2

0

4.0

2

PCE212

TALL STRUCTURES

3

2

0

4.0

3

PCE213

WIND EFFECT ON STRUCTURES

3

2

0

4.0

4

PCE214

SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION

3

2

0

4.0

 

ELECTIVE – II

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE321

ADVANCED DESIGN OF FOUNDATIONS

3

2

0

4.0

2

PCE322

RELIABILITY-BASED DESIGN

3

2

0

4.0

3

PCE323

INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURES

3

2

0

4.0

4

PCE324

STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING AND RETROFITTING

3

2

0

4.0

ELECTIVE – III

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PCE203

PLATES AND SHELLS

3

2

0

4.0

2

PCE326

THEORY OF STRUCTURAL STABILTY

3

2

0

4.0

3

PCE327

ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITES PLATE

3

2

0

4.0

4

PCE328

STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION

3

2

0

4.0

 

Program Educational Objectives

  • To impart knowledge to students in the latest technological aspects of Infrastructure projects and to provide them with opportunities in taking up advanced topics of the field of study. 
  • To prepare the students to excel in post graduate program and to succeed in industry, technical profession through global rigorous education. • Moulding the graduate civil engineers to undertake safe, economical and sustainable design of infrastructure projects. 
  • To broaden and deepen their capabilities in experimental research methods, analysis of data, and drawing relevant conclusions for scholarly writing and presentation. 
  • To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, managerial skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.  

Program Outcomes

  • Design, analyze, and evaluate systems in Civil Infrastructure Projects.
  • Critically assess the relevant technological issues.
  • Conduct experimental and/or analytical work and analyzing results using modern mathematical and scientific methods.
  • Formulate relevant research problems and critically assess research of their own and of others.
  • Write clearly and effectively for the practical utilization of their work.

Course Structural Scheme

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M.E. (Infrastructure Engg. Program: 2019 Scheme)

COURSE SCHEME FOR M.E. (INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING)

  SEMESTER – I

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1

PIN102

INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

2

0

0

2.0

2

PIN103

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS

3

0

2

4.0

3

PCL108

STATISTICAL METHODS AND ALGORITHMS

3

0

2

4.0

4

PCE105

ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING

3

2

0

4.0

5

PCE104

STRUCTURAL MATERIALS

3

0

2

4.0

6

 

ELECTIVE-1

3

2

0

4.0

TOTAL

17

4

6

22.0

 

SEMESTER – II

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1.

PIN201

SITE EXPLORATION AND FIELD TESTING

2

0

3

3.5

2.

PIN202

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND ECONOMICS

3

2

0

4.0

3.

PES225

ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT

3

1

0

3.5

4.

 

ELECTIVE – II

3

2

0

4.0

5.

 

ELECTIVE - III

3

2

0

4.0

6.

 

ELECTIVE-IV

3

2

0

4.0

TOTAL

17

9

3

23.0

 

SEMESTER – III

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

 

1.

PIN391

SEMINAR

-

-

-

4.0

 

 

2.

PIN392

MINOR DESIGN PROJECT

-

-

-

4.0

 

3.

PIN491

DISSERTATION (STARTS)

-

-

-

-

 

TOTAL

-

-

-

8.0

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER – IV

SR. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

 

1.

PIN491

DISSERTATION

-

-

-

16.0

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

16.0

 

 

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 69

ELECTIVES – I

S. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

 

L

T

P

CR

1.

PCE101

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

 

3

2

0

4.0

2.

PCE323

INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURES

 

3

0

2

4.0

3.

PIN112

GEOTECHNIQUES 

 

3

2

0

4.0

4.

PIN113

  DESIGN         OF      WATER  SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMS

3

2

0

4.0

5.

PIN101/PIN 104

DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

 

3

2

0

4.0

 

ELECTIVES – II

S. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1.

PIN211

HYOWER ENGINEERING

3

2

0

4.0

2.

PCE212

TALL STRUCTURES

3

0

2

4.0

3.

PCE301

EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF STRUCTURES

3

2

0

4.0

4.

PIN213

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING

3

2

0

4.0

5.

PCE211

ADVANCED BRIDGE DESIGN

3

0

2

4.0

6

PIN301

MASS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

3

2

0

4.0

 

ELECTIVES – III

S. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1.

PIN221

ADVANCED HYDROLOGY

3

2

0

4.0

2.

PIN222

GROUND IMPROVEMENT 

3

2

0

4.0

3.

PIN223

DESIGN OF PAVEMENTS

2

0

4

4.0

4.

PIN224

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

3

2

0

4.0

5

PIN227

GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING

3

2

0

4.0

 

ELECTIVES – IV

S. NO.

COURSE NO.

TITLE

L

T

P

CR

1.

PIN311

MECHANICS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT

3

2

0

4.0

2.

PIN312

RETAINING STRUCTURES

3

0

2

4.0

3.

PIN313

STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING AND RETROFITTING

3

2

0

4.0

4.

PIN314

ADVANCED RAILWAY AND AIRPORT ENGINEERING

3

2

0

4.0

5.

PIN315

DISASTER MITIGATION AND MANAGEMENT

3

2

0

4.0

 

Major Research Areas

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) & Retrofitting of Structures

  • Damage detection and real time monitoring of civil infrastructures using: i. Vibration diagnostics ï. Ultrasonic guided waves üi. Acoustic emission iv. Infrared thermography v. Digital image correlation using high speed camera
  • Retrofitting of structures using FRP, Ferro cement and UHP-HFRC Me TOD

Cement & Cement based Materials

  • Self-compacting concrete Behaviour of concrete at elevated temperatures Ultra-high performance concrete
  • Reliability based design

Water Resource Engineering

  • Contaminate transport in groundwater Water quality modelling
  • Fluvial hydraulics
  • Water resources management

Transportation Engineering

  • Pavement Maintenance Management Systems for various categories of roads
  • Rheological properties of Paving Bitumen including modified binders
  • Mechanistic empirical structural design of pavements using various stabilized layers
  • Development of road safety methodology using sustainable design facilitating NMT and pedestrian traffic
  • Transportation planning and traffic impact studies

Notice - Half Yearly PhD Progress Monitoring

ONGOING PH.D

S.No. Name and Roll No. Supervisor Registration Statues for January 2019- June 2019

01

Mr. Balvir Singh

951002009

 

Dr. Naveen Kwatra Dr. Shruti Sharma TOpic

Registered

02

Mr. Rajinder Ghai

951002004

 

Dr. Maneek Kumar Dr. Prem Pal Bansal

Registered

03

Mr. Sorabh Saluja

951002006

 

Dr. Shweta Goyal Dr. B. Bhattacharje

Registered

04

Ms. Divyashree 901002001

Dr. Naveen Kwatra Dr. Pankaj Agarwal,

Registered

05

Ms. Madhu Sharma

901102001

9805504509

Dr. Naveen Kwatra

Dr. Harvnider Singh

Associate Professor,

CED, GNDEC,

Registered

06

Mr. Varinder Kumar Bansal

 Dr. Maneek Kumar Dr. Prem Pal Bansal

Registered

07

Mr. Anhad Singh Gill .

951202002

7696982404

Dr. R. Siddique

Registered

08

Mr. Shamesher Singh

951002001

9646108284

Dr. Naveen Kwatra Dr, Shruti Sharma

Registered

09

Ms. Priya Goyal 901302002

Dr. Naveen Kwatra Dr, Shruti Sharma

Registered

10

Ms. Sushma Walia

Dr. Sarabjit Singh Dr. Richa Babbar

Registered

11

Ms. Ravinder Kaur Sandhu

Dr. Rafat Siddique

Registered

12

Mr. Raju Sharma

Dr. Prem Pal Bansal

Registered

13

Mr. Kirti Vardhan

Dr. Rafat Siddique Dr. Shweta Goyal

Registered

14

Mr. Ashish Kr

Dr. Shweta Goyal

Registered

15

Mr. Upender Bishnoi

Dr. Naveen Kwatra Dr. Danie Roy A B

Registered

16

Mr. Arunish

Dr. Sarabjit Singh

Registered

17

Mr. Devander Sharma

Dr. Shweta Goyal

Registered

18

Mr. Gaurav Sharma

Dr, Shruti Sharma Dr. Sandeep Kumar

Registered

19

Ms. Harsimran

Dr. Rafat Siddique

Registered

20

Mr. Kamal

Dr. Shweta Goyal

Registered

21

Ms. Payal

Dr. Naveen Kwatra Dr. Danie Roy A B

Registered

22

Mr. Sunil Garhwal

Dr, Shruti Sharma Dr. Sandeep Kumar

Registered

23

Mr. Mandeep Singh Walia

Dr, Shruti Sharma Dr. Danie Roy A B

Registered

24

Mr. Tarunbir Singh

Dr, Shruti Sharma Dr. Rafat Siddique

Registered

25

Mr. Anil Garhwal

Dr, Shruti Sharma Dr. Danie Roy A B

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