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Branch: Civil Engg.

Approved Intake:
Year                               Type              Direct entry                Full Strength
2014-2015                   Regular           1st semester                           120
2014-2015                   Lateral             3rd semester                             24      
Procedure of Admission:

  1. Regular(1st semester):- Pass in HSC examination/10th standard examination conducted/ declared equivalent by BSE, Odisha and obtained at least 35% marks in each subject at the qualifying examination with Math, Science and English.
  2.  Lateral (3rd Semester) :- Pass in +2 Science Examination from CHSE, Odisha or its equivalent Examination with PCM/ +2 Vocational( 2 years course) in any Engineering trades/ 2 years ITI in Engineering trade with Pass in HSC Examination / 10th standard examination conducted/ declared equivalent by BSE, Odisha & securing 30% marks in each subject.

Duration of course:                      Type                                       Years                        
Regular                                       3
Lateral                                         2                 

No. of faculty:       
H.O.D.                                                           1
Sr. Lecturer / Ast. Professor                    3                                                         
Lecturer                                                       10

Syllabus and subjects semester wise
1st & 2nd semester
Theory


Sl.
No..

Subjects

End Exam Mark

Internal
Mark

Assignment

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

ENGINEERING PHYSICS  OR
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY (BST101 OR BST102)

70

20

10

100

35

2

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS–II (BST201)

70

20

10

100

35

3

BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING OR
BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (BET101 OR BET102)

70

20

10

100

35

4

ENGINEERING MECHANICS OR
COMPUTER APPLICATION (BET103 OR BET104)

70

20

10

100

35

5

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH-I (HMT201)

70

20

10

100

35

 Practical


Sl.
No.

Subjects

End Exam Mark

Sessional Mark

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

ENGINEERING PHYSICS PRACTICAL OR ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL(BSP101 OR BSP102)

25

25

50

12.5

2

BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PRACTICAL OR BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING PRACTICAL(BEP101 OR BEP102)

 

25

25

 

3

ENGINEERING MECHANICS PRACTICAL OR COMPUTER APPLICATION  PRACTICAL (BEP103 OR BEP104)

 

25

25

 

4

ENGINEERING DRAWING   OR WORKSHOP PRACTICE
(BEP105 OR BEP106)

100

25

125

50

5

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH-II  PRACTICAL (HMP201)

 

25

25

 

 

 

 

 

3rd semester
 Theory


Sl.
No.

Subjects

EndExam Mark

Internal Mark 

Assignment

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

MECHANICS OF MATERIAL (CET301)

70

20

10

100

35

2

FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC  MACHINES (CET302)

70

20

10

100

35

3

SURVEY-1(CET303)

70

20

10

100

35

4

CIVIL ENGG MATERIAL (CET304)

70

20

10

100

35

5

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY (CET305)

70

20

10

100

35

 Practical


Sl. No.

Subjects

EndExam Mark

Sessional Mark

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

CIVIL ENGG LAB-I (CEP301)

50

25

75

25

2

SURVEY PRACTICE-I(CEP302)

50

25

75

25

3

CIVIL ENGG DRAWING(CEP303)

50

50

100

17.5

 

 

 

4th semester
Theory


Sl. No.

Subjects

EndExam Mark

Internal Mark

Assignment  

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE    (CET401)

70

20

10

100

35

2

GEOTECHNICAL ENGG (CET402)

70

20

10

100

35

3

IRRIGATION ENGG (CET403)

70

20

10

100

35

4

WATER SUPPLY & WASTE WATER ENGG(CET404)

70

20

10

100

35

5

ESTIMATION & COST EVALUATION -I (CET405)

70

20

10

100

35

Practical


 Sl.
No.

Subjects

End Exam Mark

Sessional Mark

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

CONSTRUTION WORKSHOP PRATICE(CEP401)

50

50

100

25

2

ESTIMATING PRATICE (CEP402)

 

50

50

 

3

CIVIL ENGG DRAWING-II  (CEP403)

50

50

100

17.5

         

 

5th semester
Theory


Sl.
No.

Subjects

End Exam Mark

Internal Mark

Assignment

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

STRUCTURAL DESIGN-I

80

15

05

100

35

2

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGG

80

15

05

100

35

3

SURVEY-II

80

15

05

100

35

4

TRANSPORTATION ENGG-II

80

15

05

100

35

5

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

80

15

05

100

35

 Practical


Sl.
No.

Subjects

End Exam Mark

Sessional Mark

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

STRUCTURAL DETAILING PRACTICE-I

            

50

50

 

2

 SURVEY PRACTICE-II

50

50

100

25

3

CIVIL ENGG LAB -II

50

50

100

25

         

 

6th semester
Theory


Sl.
No.

Subjects

End Exam Mark

Internal Mark

Assignment

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

STRUCTRUAL DESIGN-II

80

15

05

100

35

2

ESTIMATING -II

80

15

05

100

35

3

 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

80

15

05

100

35

4

Elective: (ii.CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY)

80

15

05

100

35

Practical


Sl.
No.

Subjects

EndExam Mark

Sessional Mark

Total Mark

Pass Mark

1

STRUCTURAL  DETAILING PRACTICE-II

 

50

50

 

2

ESTIMATING PRACTICE-II

 

50

50

 

3

CAD LAB

50

50

100

25

4

PROJECT & SEMINAR

100

50

150

        50

No. of Theory Class rooms:  3 (Three)

Name of the laboratories with major equipments available: The department has following laboratories equipped with modern instruments along with furnished Autocad lab.

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGG. LAB-

Digital turbidometer , Floculator , PH meter ,  Jar  test  Apparatus , water testing kit (iron, phosphate)

                                                         
SURVEY STORE

Theodolite ,  Auto level ,  Dumpy level  , Plane Table with accessories ,prismatic compass, optical square , chains

CIVIL ENGG. LAB
Concrete mixture , sieve shaker m/c, Mortar cube vibrator,  Bitumen extractor, compression testing machine,                   bitumen ductility testing machine, oven ,weighing balance, abrasion testing machine, impact testing machine,               universal compactor,table vibrator.

CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP PRACTICE  LAB

Rod cutter machine, wire binding key ,Rod bending key ,Beam mould

Academic Performance:

YEAR

Percentage of Result

2005-2008

58%

2006-2009

83%

2007-2010

78%

2008-2011

92%

2009-2012

79%

2010-2013

91.4%

2011-2014

61%

Placement Position:

Year

No. of students Placed

2012

05

2013

03

2014

08

2015

10

 

Curricular Activities:
Various cultural events during the academic calendar maintain the norms of Indian tradition and culture as well touching global diversities of culture too. These events are organized keeping in view the students, faculty and management's collective interest of talent exhibition. The various events organized by institute are as follows.

Seminar/Workshops Attended by Staff:


Date & Year

Topic

11/09/2012-15/09/2012

Development and implementation of staff training programme for polytechnic teacher

9/01/2013-10/01/2013

Status and challenges in higher education

06/05/2013-10/05/2013

Fundamentals of RC Design incorporating the requirement of IS 456

19/08/2013-23/08/2013

Concept teaching in fluid mechanics

23/09/2013-27/9/2013

Teaching technique and student evaluation

02/12/1013-06/12/1013

Introduction to finite element method in civil engineering

9 / 12 /2013- 13 /12 /2013

Internet working principle, concepts and applications

10/02/2014-14/02/2014

Design and Detailing of RC structure

23/06/2014-27/06/2014

Organized problem solving and decision making

3/02/2014-7/02/2014 

Development of competence based curriculum in technical courses

17/02/2014-21/02/2014

Environmental awareness

08/09/2014-12/09/2014

Structural analysis and design using software

15/12/2014-19/12/2014

Introduction to structural dynamics and earthquake engineering

24/11/2014-28/11/2014

Evaluating students performance

5/01/2015-9/01/2015

Outcome based teaching and evaluation

11/05/2015-15/05/2015

Rural development through PRI and CDTP scheme

 

Industrial Visit: 


Year

Place

2008

Hirakud dam

2009

Rengali Dam

2010

Paradeep Port

2011

Paradeep Port

2012

OCL Plant Cuttack

2013

Paradeep Port

2014

Eco Rly Bhubaneswar

2015

Paradeep port

 

Co-curricular activities:

Soft Skill Development Programme:
Every student needs a proper guidance, motivation, environment and sense of competition to develop into a good engineer. The "Soft Skill Development" Programme has been made compulsory from First year to Final year student to take care of their communication skill, aptitude preparations, group discussion and interview skills. The sessions are spread through out the semesters during all the three years of their academics.
Competitive Examination Cell:
To prepare the student to face the different competitive examination like Railway/UPSC/shell etc.,  the "Competitive Exam Cell" has been established. The separate Library and reading room has been provided for this purpose.
E-campus:
The Institute is heading towards the concept of e-campus and is implemented in most of the section and will be fully operational from first semester. The login is provided to all stakeholders for online accession.
Yoga Club:
Yoga Club Conducts spiritual discourses for practicing meditation, Pranayam, relaxation technique to improve memory power and concentration etc..
National Service Scheme:
Institute has started NSS unit to imbibe 'Not for me, but for you'- NSS slogan. This unit has 30 volunteers and is headed by programme officer. The students are motivated, oriented to work towards social services like literacy awareness, AIDS awareness programmes, blood donation camp, tree plantation etc. Participation in NSS makes students socially responsible.
Cultural Activities:
The institute encourages the students for exploring their hidden artistic talents by providing special platforms like 'Sahitya Sharda'- a literary forum and 'Mudra'- a cultural forum. Sahitya Sharda provides a space for poetry, paintings and sculptures, written articles, etc. Mudra provides a stage for activities like dance, drama, and musical orchestra, etc. College organizes "CHALANTIKA" the annual cultural and sports festival, a culmination of activities every year.
Movie Club:  
Technical Films, Feature Films, Scientific Discovery Clippings, Commercial Movies are being screened on every Saturday for students' entertainment.
Deep Sandhya:
On the auspicious occasion of Diwali committee organise Deepsandhya. Folk Dances , beautiful songs & skit performance, make the audience take full pleasure of environment.

 

Gandhi Jayanti:
In order to keep the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri alive in the hearts of our students, devotional songs & speeches personifying the courage & sacrifices of these leaders were presented by the students.
Get Together:
Welcome party for the new commers of DRIEMS is organized by senior students.
Independence Day Celebration:
Celebration of Indian Independance on August 15.
Republic Day Celebration:
Celebrates the Indian Republic on 26 January of every year.

Teachers Day Celebration:
Event to express gratitude to our teachers on the birthday of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan.
NSS:
The N.S.S. unit of the college conducts special literacy campus, adult education programe and health camps in nearby villages. To expose the students to the issues concerning society, experts from various fields are regularly invited to address the students. Social ethics is a value based educational class wherein students are more aware of their social rights and responsibilities and become responsible human beings. Students are encouraged to participate in various clubs, both departmental and cultural.
Linguistic Committee:
This aims at improving communications skills of DRIEMS students through various events organised throughout the year.
Expression:
It is annual fest of the Committe. It is the fest organized at the theme of personality develpoment and enhancement of communications skills.