Message From HOD
Er. SAJAN SHAKYA
About Civil Engineering Course
The courses listed here are newly updated Syllabus (2066). It includes Course Contents for Institute of Engineering (IOE) constituent and affiliated Engineering Colleges / Academic Institutions affiliated to Tribhuvan University (TU), Nepal. The civil engineering courses are for four years comprised of eight semesters with two in each year for bachelor level. The details about each subject content along with the marking scheme can be viewed by clicking on each link. About four exams are held each year in BCE comprising two regular board exams and two back exams of each semester. Civil Engineering, is a four-year Bachelor program in Engineering offered by IOE, TU.
These objectives collectively contribute to the field of civil engineering, which plays a crucial role in shaping the physical and functional aspects of the built environment.
- Infrastructure Development: Designing, constructing, and maintaining essential infrastructure such as roads, bridges, dams, airports, and water supply systems.
- Safety and Stability: Ensuring the safety and stability of structures and facilities to withstand various loads, natural forces, and potential hazards.
- Environmental Sustainability: Integrating eco-friendly practices into design and construction to minimize environmental impact and promote sustainable development.
- Urban Planning: Creating efficient and livable urban spaces through careful city layout, zoning regulations, transportation networks, and public amenities.
- Water Resource Management: Managing water supply, distribution, and drainage systems to address flooding, droughts, and water quality issues.
- Geotechnical Engineering: Understanding soil and rock properties to provide stable foundations for structures and mitigate geotechnical hazards.
- Transportation Systems: Developing efficient and safe transportation networks, including roads, railways, airports, and public transit systems.
- Materials and Construction Management: Selecting appropriate materials and overseeing construction processes to ensure durability, quality, and cost-effectiveness.
- Risk Assessment and Management: Identifying potential risks during construction and operation, and implementing measures to mitigate those risks.
- Innovation and Technology: Embracing new technologies such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), automation, and advanced materials to improve construction processes and outcomes.
- Project Planning and Management: Efficiently planning, scheduling, and managing construction projects to meet deadlines and budgets.
- Community and Societal Impact: Considering the social and economic impact of projects on communities, including accessibility, affordability, and overall well-being.
- Maintenance and Rehabilitation: Developing strategies for the ongoing maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation of infrastructure to extend their service life.
- Regulatory Compliance: Ensuring that projects adhere to relevant building codes, regulations, and safety standards.
- Collaboration and Communication: Working collaboratively with architects, urban planners, environmental scientists, and other professionals to create integrated and well-designed projects.
- Disaster Preparedness and Recovery: Designing structures and systems to withstand and recover from natural and man-made disasters.
The scope of Civil Engineering is vast and encompasses various topics and applications related to Structural anlysis and design, water resource engineering, transportation engineering, construction management to name a few among others
- Structural Engineering
- Earthquake Engineering
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Disaster Risk Management
- Transportation Engineering
- Airport n Engineering
- Urban Planning etc.
- Environmental Engineering
- Water Resource Engineering
- Works in the field of design & development in construction work including earthquake resistance design of buildings, commercial complexes, high rise, hospital, educational buildings etc.
- Works in the field of hydropower, dam, irrigation, sanitation, water resource engineering etc.
- Works in the field of urban & rural transportation including highway, bridge, airport, ropeway, railway design and construction.
Major Achievement by Students
- “Civil Engineering Exhibition cum Competition-2072” Winner (1st. Position):
- Quiz Contest Winner (1st. Position): Technical Presentation 1st Runner up (2nd Position):
- Model Competition (Retrofitting Technique) 1st Runner up (2nd Position):
- Photography Competition Organized by CESS-Nepal, Pulchowk Campus “Inter College Model Competition cum Exhibition” 2nd Runner up (3rd Position):
- Model Competition (Domestic Rain Water Harvesting) Organized by Advance College of Engineering Winner –
- “Model Competition” – 1st National Civil – Mechanical Engineering Exhibition-2071 Organized by Pulchowk Campus
- 3rd Pulchowk Inter Technical Football Cup-2072 – Runner Up
- Civil Engineering Materials[CE506]
- Engineering Mathematics III [SH501]
- Applied Mechanics(Dynamics) [CE503]
- Engineering Geology I [CE503]
- Strength of Materials [CE 502]
- Surveying I [CE 504]
- Fluid mechanics[CE505]
- Hydraulics [CE555]
- Surveying II [CE554]
- Theory of Structure [CE551]
- Probability & Statistics [SH552]
- Engineering Geology [CE553]
- Building Drawing [CE556]
- Soil Mechanics [CE552]
- Design of Steel and Timber Structure [CE651]
- Communication English [SH651]
- Engineering Economics [CE655]
- Building Technology [CE652]
- Sanitary Engineering [CE656]
- Transportation Engineering [CE653]
- Irrigation and Drainage [CE654]
- Survey Camp
- Hydropower Engineering [CE704]
- Project Engineering [CE701]
- Transportation Engineering II [CE703]
- Estimating & Costing [CE705]
- Elective I [CE725]
- Design of RCC Structure [CE702]
- Computational Techniques in Civil Engineering
- Engineering Professional Practice
- Technology Environment and Society
- Construction Management
- Elective II
- Elective III
- Survey camp,
- Geology I and II,
- Foundation Engineering
- Construction management