ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
AND MANAGEMENT (AITAM)
AR13
B.TECH
(ALL YEARS SEM SYLLABUS)
DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI
B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
Course Structure
I YEAR
I Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

Int

Ext

1

13HS1001

English –I

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13BS1001

Engineering Mathematics –I

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13BS1002

Engineering Mathematics – II

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13CS1001

Computer Programming

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13ME1001

Engineering Drawing

1


3

3

30

70

100

6

13BS1004

Engineering Physics

3

1


3

30

70

100

7

13CS1101

Computer Programming Lab



3

2

25

50

75

8

13ME1101

Engineering Workshop



3

2

25

50

75

9

13BS1101

Engineering Physics Lab



3

2

25

50

75



Total Credits

16

5

12

24

255

570

825

II Semester

S. No.

codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13HS1002

English – II

2

1


2

30

70

100

2

13HS1003

Environmental Studies

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13BS1003

Engineering Mathematics – III

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13EE1002

Basic Electrical &Electronics Engineering

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13ME1003

Engineering Mechanics

3

1


3

30

70

100

6

13BS1005

Engineering Chemistry

3

1


3

30

70

100

7

13HS1101

Basic English Language Communication Skills Lab



3

2

25

50

75

8

13BS1102

Engineering Chemistry Lab



3

2

25

50

75

9

13CS1103

Information Technology Workshop Lab



3

2

25

50

75

10

13EE1102

Electrical &Electronics Engg. Lab



3

2

25

50

75

Total Credits

17

6

12

25

280

620

900

II YEAR
I Semester

S. No.

codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13BS2007

Complex Variables and Statistical Methods

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13CE2001

Strength of MaterialsI

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13CE2002

Surveying

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13CE2003

Engineering Geology

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13CE2004

Fluid mechanics

3

1


3

30

70

100

6

13CE2101

Engineering Geology Lab

1


3

2

25

50

75

7

13CE2102

Strength of Material Lab



3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE2103

Surveying LabI



3

2

25

50

75

9

13HS2102

Advanced English Language Communication Skills Lab



3

2

25

50

75

10

13CE2201

Self Study courseI (4)




1

75



75

Total

16

5

12

24

325

550

875

II Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13HS2004

Managerial Economics &Financial Analysis

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13CE2005

Construction Materials and Practice

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13CE2006

Strength of MaterialsII

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13CE2007

Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machinery

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13CE2008

Structural AnalysisI

3

1


3

30

70

100

6

13CE2009

Concrete Technology

3

1


3

30

70

100

7

13CE2104

MOF & Hydraulic Machinery Lab



3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE2105

Concrete Technology Lab



3

2

25

50

75

9

13HS2201

Professional Ethics & Morals

2







Total Credits

20

6

6

22

230

520

750

III YEAR
I Semester

S. No.

codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE3010

Building Drawing and Planning

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13CE3011

Transportation Engineering

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13CE3012

Design and Drawing of Concrete StructuresI

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13CE3013

Geotechnical Engineering – I

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13CE3014

Structural AnalysisII

3

1


3

30

70

100

6

13CE3106

Surveying Lab –II



3

2

25

50

75

7

13CE3107

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Practice



3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE3108

Transportation Engineering Lab



3

2

25

50

75

9

13CE3202

Self study courseII (4)




1

75



75

Total Credits

15

5

9

22

300

500

800

II Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE3015

Design of Concrete StructuresII

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13CE3016

Design of Steel Structures

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13CE3017

Geotechnical Engineering –II

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13CE3018

Transportation EngineeringII

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13CE3019

Water Resources Engineering

3

1


3

30

70

100

6


Elective 1

3

1


3

30

70

100

13CE3020

I. Earthquake Resistant Design

13CE3021

II. Industrial Waste and Waste
Water Management

13CE3022

III. Traffic Engineering

13CE3023

IV. Prestressed Concrete

7

13CE3109

Drawing of Concrete and steel Structures



3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE3110

STAAD Pro lab



4

3

25

50

75

9

13HS3202

IPR & Patents

2







Total Credits

20

6

7

23

230

520

750

AR13
IV YEAR
I Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE4024

Environmental Engineering

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13CE4025

Estimation and Quantity Surveying

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13CE4026

Remote Sensing and GIS Applications

3

1


3

30

70

100

4


Elective 2

3

1


3

30

70

100

13CE4027

I. Water Resources System
Planning and Management

13CE4028

II. Air Pollution and Control

13CE4029

III. Ground Improvement
Techniques

13CE4030

IV. Hydraulic Structures and
Irrigation Design &
Drawing

5


Open Elective

3

1


3

30

70

100

13OE4001

I. Air Quality Management

13OE4002

II. Cyber Laws

13OE4003

III. Entrepreneur Development

13OE4004

IV. Industrial Safety &
Environment

13OE4005

V.MEMS

13OE4006

VI. Optimization Techniques

13OE4007

VII. Renewable Energy

13OE4008

VIII. Smart Materials

13OE4009

IX. Total Quality Management

6

13CE4111

Environmental Engineering Lab



3

2

25

50

75

7

13CE4112

Geotechnical Engineering Lab



3

2

25

50

75

8

13CE4113

GIS Lab



4

3

25

50

75

9

13HS4203

Employability Skills



3

2

75



75

Total Credits

15

5

13

24

300

500

800

AR13
II Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

INT

EXT

1

13CE4031

Finite Element Methods

3

1


3

30

70

100

2


Elective 3

3

1


3

30

70

100

13CE4032

I. Advanced Structural
Design

13CE4033

II. Ground Water
Development and
Management

13CE4034

III. Environmental Impact
Assessment and
Management

13CE4035

IV. Soil Dynamics and
Machine Foundations

3


Elective 4

3

1


3

30

70

100

13CE4036

I. Water Shed Management

13CE4037

II. Pavement Analysis and
Design

13CE4038

III. Advanced Structural
Analysis

13CE4039

IV. Bridge Engineering

4

13CE4203

Internship




1

25

50

75

5

13CE4204

Project work




6

60

140

200

Total Credits

9

3


16

175

400

575

B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
Course Structure
I YEAR
I Semester

S. No.

Codes

Theory / Labs

L

T

P

C

Marks

Total

Int

Ext

1

13HS1001

English –I

3

1


3

30

70

100

2

13BS1001

Engineering Mathematics –I

3

1


3

30

70

100

3

13BS1002

Engineering Mathematics – II

3

1


3

30

70

100

4

13CS1001

Computer Programming

3

1


3

30

70

100

5

13ME1001

Engineering Drawing

1


3

3

30

70

100

6

13BS1004

Engineering Physics

3

1


3

30

70

100

7

13CS1101

Computer Programming Lab



3

2

25

50

75

8

13ME1101

Engineering Workshop



3

2

25

50

75

9

13BS1101

Engineering Physics Lab



3

2

25

50

75



Total Credits

16

5

12

24

255

570

825

ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI
B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
ENGLISH – I
(Common to All Branches)
Subject Code: 13HS1001 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30
Credits: 3 External Marks: 70
Course Objectives

To improve the language proficiency of a technical undergraduate in English with emphasis on LSRW skills.

To provide learning environment to practice listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

To assist the students to carry on the tasks and activities through guided instructions and materials.

To effectively integrate English language learning with employability skills and training.

To provide handson experience through casestudies, miniprojects, group and individual presentations.

To expose the students to a variety of selfinstructional modes of language learning.

To develop learner autonomy.
Course Outcomes

Students do improve language proficiency in English.

Students will hone the LSRW skills within and beyond the classroom environment.

Students can integrate English Language Learning with employability skills.

Students can inculcate the habit of speaking in English fluently with observation and practice.
Unit – I
Lost Forests by Johannes V Jensen
Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.
Unit – II
More than 100 million women missing by Amartya Sen
Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.
Unit – III
Three Days to See – Helen Keller
Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.
Unit – IV
Reaching the Stars – Kalpana Chawla
Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.
Unit – V
Kalahandi by Jagannath Prasad Das
Reading – Vocabulary – Essential Grammar – Writing – Classroom activities.
Text Books:
1. Musings on Vital Issues” Ed. P. J. George Pub: Orient Blackswan
2. My Story by Helen Keller
Reference Books:
1. Kalpana Chawla: A Life – Padmanabhan, Anil
2. Word Power Made Easy – Norman Lewis
ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI
B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICSI
(Common to All Branches)
Subject Code: 13BS1001 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30
Credits: 3 External Marks: 70
Course Objectives

To identify & solve the 1^{st} order differential equations and apply in Engineering.

To understand the process of solving a 2^{nd} and higher order differential equation and solve it. Identify a 2^{nd} and higher order differential equation & solve it in engineering topics.

Understand the mathematical and physical interpretation of Vector differential operator operating on a vector or scalar point function, the line, surface and volume integrals, vector integral theorems and their applications to find work done, area, and volume.

To understand the generalized mean value theorems & their use to find the series expansions of functions and in turn their application in finding the maxima and minima of two variable functions.

Apply the properties of curves in applications of single integral, solve the multiple integrals and to develop the capacity to understand the applications of multiple integrals.
Course Outcomes

Able to solve the 1^{st} order differential equations in different fields.

Identify and solve a 2^{nd} and higher order differential equations and perform simple applications in Engineering.

Calculate grad, divergence, curl; a line, surface and volume integral. To find work done, area, and volume. Apply the vector integral theorems to evaluate multiple integrals.

Find the maxima and minima of two variable functions under different constraints.

Solve the single and multiple integrals and calculate the moment of inertia.
Unit – I
Linear Differential Equations of first order:
Linear differential equations of first order and first degree – exact, linear and Bernoulli. Applications: Newton’s Law of cooling, Law of natural growth and decay, orthogonal trajectories.
UnitII
Linear Differential Equations of Second and higher order:
Linear differential equations of second and higher order with constant coefficients Complete solution, Operator D, Rules for finding complementary function, Inverse operator D, Rules for finding particular integral with RHS term of the type e ^{ax} , Sin ax, cos ax, polynomials in x, e ^{ax} V(x), xV(x). Method of variation of parameters.
Applications: LCR circuit, Simple Harmonic motion
UnitIII
Partial Differentiation:
IntroductionTotal derivative  Chain rule  Generalized Mean Value theorem for single variable (without proof)Taylors and Mc Laurent’s series for two variables – Functional dependence – Jacobian.
Application: Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables with constraints and without constraints.
UnitIV
Multiple Integrals:
Applications of Integration to Lengths, Volumes and Surface areas of revolution in Cartesian and Polar Coordinates.
Multiple integrals  double and triple integrals – change of variables – Change of order of IntegrationCartesian and Polar coordinates.
Application: Moment of inertia
UnitV
Vector Calculus:
Vector Differentiation: Gradient Divergence Curl  Laplacian and second order operators Vector identies.
Vector Integration  Line integral – work done – Potential function – area surface and volume integrals. Vector integral theorems: Greens, Stokes and Gauss Divergence Theorems (Without proof) and related problems.
Applications: Workdone, Force.
Text Books:

Higher Engineering Mathematics, 42^{nd} edition, 2012  B. S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

Engineering Mathematics, VolumeI, 11^{th} editions respt., 2012, Dr. T.K.V.Iyengar & others, S. Chand Publishers.
Reference Books:

Engineering Mathematics, 4^{th} edition, 2009  B. V. Ramana, Tata McGraw Hill,
New Delhi.

A Text Book of Engineering Mathematics – I & II, 2^{nd} edition, 2011, U. M. Swamy & others – Excel Books, New Delhi.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th edition, 2009, Erwin Kreyszig Shree Maitrey Printech Pvt.Ltd, Noida.
ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI
B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – II
(Common to all branches)
Subject Code: 13BS1002 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30
Credits: 3 External Marks:70
Course Objectives

Identify, formulate, and solve the algebraic and transcendental equations. Solve the problems under curve fitting.

To identify and solve Laplace and Inverse Laplace transforms of different functions, apply the knowledge of its properties in Engineering.

Approximate an unknown function y = f(x) tabulated at evenly or unevenly spaced points by a polynomial. Develop the capacity to find the numerical solution of an ordinary differential equation and evaluate definite integrals.

Solve linear and nonlinear 1^{st} order partial differential equations. Solve the wave, heat and Laplace equations by the method of separation of variables.
Course Outcomes

Solve the algebraic and transcendental equations by different numerical methods. Approximate a linear and nonlinear equation to the given data by the method of least squares.

Apply the knowledge of Laplace transforms formulae in solving ordinary differential equations & also in engineering field.

Find an unknown function y = f(x) for an evenly or unevenly spaced points by a polynomial. Find the numerical solution of an ordinary differential equation and evaluate definite integrals

Solve a linear and nonlinear 1^{st} order partial differential equation. Solve a linear second and higher order partial differential equation by the method of separation of variables and apply it to solve the wave, heat and Laplace equations.
Unit – I
Algebraic and Transcendental Equations and Curve fitting:
Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations: Introduction – The Bisection Method – The Method of False Position – The Iteration Method – NewtonRaphson Method.
Curve fitting: Fitting a straight line –Second degree curveexponential curvepower curve by method of least squares.
UnitII
Interpolation and Numerical Differentiation and Integration:
Interpolation: Introduction – Finite differences Forward Differences – Backward differences –Central differences – Symbolic relations and separation of symbolsDifferences of a polynomial – Newton’s formulae for interpolation – Interpolation with unevenly spaced points – Lagrange’s Interpolation formula.
Numerical Differentiation and Integration – Differentiation using finite differences – Trapezoidal rule – Simpson’s 1/3 Rule –Simpson’s 3/8 Rule.
UnitIII
Numerical solution of Ordinary Differential equations:
Solution by Taylor’s series – Picard’s Method of successive Approximations – Euler’s and Modified Euler’s Method – Runge – Kutta Methods – Predictor – Corrector Methods – Milne’s Method.
UnitIV
Laplace and Inverse Laplace transforms:
Laplace transforms of standard functions – Shifting Theorems, Transforms of derivatives and integrals – Unit step function – Dirac’s delta function – Inverse Laplace transforms – Convolution theorem.
Application: Solution of ordinary differential equations using Laplace transforms.
UnitV
Partial Differential equations:
Formation of partial differential equations by elimination of arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions – solutions of first order linear (Lagrange) equation and nonlinear (standard type) equations. Solution of linear Partial differential equations with constant coefficients – Method of Separation of Variables.
Applications: One dimensional Wave and Heat equations.
Text Books:

Higher Engineering Mathematics, 42^{nd} edition, 2012  B. S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

Ravindranath, V. and Vijayalaxmi, A., 2^{nd} edition, 2012, A Text Book on Mathematical Methods, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.
Reference Books:

Mathematical Methods, 6^{th} edition, 2011, Dr. T. K.V.Iyengar & others S. Chand Publications.

Engineering Mathematics, 4^{th} edition, 2009  B. V. Ramana, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

Engineering Mathematics VolumeII, 6^{th} edition, 2012, T.K.V Iyengar, &others, S.Chand Co. New Delhi.
ADITYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (AUTONOMOUS), TEKKALI
B.TECH (CIVIL ENGINEERING)
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
(Common to all branches)
Subject Code: 13CS1001 I Year I semester Internal Marks: 30
Credits: 3 External Marks: 70
Course Objectives

To impart adequate knowledge on the need of programming languages and problem solving techniques.

To develop programming skills using the fundamentals and basics of C Language.

To enable effective usage of arrays, structures, functions, pointers and to implement the memory management concepts.

To teach the issues in file organization and the usage of file systems.

To impart the knowledge about pointers which is the backbone of effective memory handling

To study the advantages of user defined data type which provides flexibility for application development

To teach the basics of preprocessors available with C compiler.
Course Outcomes

To obtain the knowledge about the number systems this will be very useful for bitwise operations.

To develop programs using the basic elements like control statements, Arrays and Strings .

To solve the memory access problems by using pointers

To understand about the dynamic memory allocation using pointers which is essential for utilizing memory

To understand about the code reusability with the help of user defined functions.

To develop advanced applications using enumerated data types, function pointers and nested structures.

To learn the basics of file handling mechanism that is essential for understanding the concepts in database management systems.

To implement the concepts in data structure like linked lists.

To understand the uses of preprocessors and various header file directives.
UNIT I:
