Surveying is the art of determining the relative positions of points on, above or benmeath the earth surface by means of direct and indirect measurements. This course deals with chain surveying, compass surveying, principles of levelling, Total station etc.

Basics of surveying, levelling and countouring, Area and volume computations, theodolite survey, mass diagram, triangulation, Theory of errors, EDM, Total Station survey

CE207 Surveying.pdfCE207 Surveying.pdf

Solid mechanics is the branch of  mechanics that studies the behavior of solid materials, especially their motion and deformation under the action of forces, temperature changes, phase changes, and other external or internal agents.It is the combination of physical, mathematical, and computer laws and techniques to predict the behavior of solid materials that are subjected to mechanical or thermal loadings.

The subject gives an awareness about earth resources and processes to be considered in various facets of civil engineering. Geology essentially involves studying of different aspects of or different processes involving different parts of the earth. Appreciation of surface of earth as the fundamental foundation structure and the natural phenomena that influence its stability.


  •  To equip the students with methods of solving a general system of linear equations.
  • To familiarize them with the concept of Eigen values and diagonalization of a matrix which have many applications in Engineering.   
  • To understand the basic theory of functions of a complex variable and conformal Transformations.

Fluid mechanics is a branch of physics concerned with mechanics of fluids and forces on them. This subject helps the students to understand the fluid properties, fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics. Fluid mechanics gives an introduction to fluid flow and its behaviour so as to learn the applications in industrial problems.  

Course is divided into 6 modules. First module covers fluid statics, second module covers fluid kinematics and 3-6 modules covers fluid dynamics. 

CE203 Fluid Mechanics I.pdfCE203 Fluid Mechanics I.pdf