Vision

To be a world class Engineering Institution in leading technological and socio-economic development of the country by enhancing the global competitiveness of technical manpower and by ensuring high quality technical education through dissemination of knowledge, insights and intellectual contributions.

Mission

The mission of the Diploma in Civil Engineering Program is to prepare its students for successful careers in Civil Engineering by providing a high quality, practice-oriented education that emphasizes design project experiences, “hands-on” laboratory activities, and teamwork.

Course Objective

The objective of Department of Civil Engineering is to excel in the fields of Civil Engineering through education, research and to produce conductive environment for preparing technocrats and patriotic engineers who have excellence to meet with global standards for socioeconomic needs of the society. Our students not became just degree holders but well prepared for successful careers in professional practice and also understand the value of honesty, indignity, sincerity and devotion to duty and be a patriotic engineers of bright and prosperous shining of India.

Program Outcomes

Civil engineers are the engineers who help society to function. Since their inception more than 150 years ago, the civil professions have addressed a broad spectrum of societal needs. Civil engineers are the engineers who help society to function. Historically, the civil engineering profession was concerned with the built environment, including the planning, designing, building, and managing of facilities important for a well-functioning society. In this broad historical context, civil engineers plan, design, construct, maintain, and improve structures, facilities, and other infrastructure, including transportation, Irrigation and energy systems, with the goal of wise and efficient use of resources. Develop a process for ongoing evaluation and review of the objectives so that institute became a brighter flame of education with progressive technology and solution provider to industry and society.

Head of Department
Industrial Visit
Visit to Government Medical College, Junagadh was arranged for 3rd and 5th Semester students in 2015
Objective of field visit of medical college is based on academic, and related to the subject offered to diploma 3rd and 5th semester as Construction Technology and Advance construction technology, so objective is to gain knowledge by real building planning and designing. This subject offered is totally theoretical so if students visualize... Read More
Visit to Jetalsar Junction was arranged for 6th and 4th Semester students in 2015
Objective of Technical visit of Jetalsar Junction is based on academic, and related to the subject offered to Dip. 6th and 4th as Basic Transportation Engineering and Railway Harbour and Tunnel Engineering, So objective is to gain knowledge by real picture of Railway Engineering. This subject offered is totally theoretical so if students ... Read More
Visit to Shree Stone Crusher, Junagadh was arranged for 5th Semester students in 2015
Objective of field visit of shree stone crusher is based on academic, and related to the subject offered to diploma 5thsem as Advance construction technology, so objective is to gain knowledge by real picture of crusher and working process of crusher. This subject offered is totally theoretical so if students visualize the crusher and the... Read More
Visit to APM Terminals, Pipav was arranged for 6th Semester students in 2015
Objective of Technical visit of APM Terminal is based on academic, and related to the subject offered to Dip. 6th Sem. as Dock &Harbor Engineering, So objective is to gain knowledge by real picture of port and working. This subject offered is totally theoretical so if students visualize the port they can understand all phenomena and a... Read More
Lab Detail
  • Surveying Lab
    • Dumpy level with Stand
    • Prismatic Compass
    • Levelling Staff (4M.)
    • Optical Square
    • Line Ranger
    • Measuring Chain ( 20 M. )
    • Ranging Rod
    • Pegs
    • Planimeter
    • Dumpy level with Stand
    • Spirit Level
    • Measuring Chain ( 15 M. )
    • Measuring Chain ( 30 M. )
    • Measuring Tape ( 30 M. )
    • Prismatic Compass
    • Bridge truss plate type
    • Bridge truss N-type
    • Bridge truss warren type
    • Lattice type
    • Lattice bowstring type
    • Model of Foundation
    • Model of Bricks
    • Pully Pannelled door
    • Half Pannalled & Half Glazed door
    • Sash door
    • Ledge & Braced door
    • Flush door
    • Venetained door
    • Louvered window
    • Double hung window
    • Sliding window
    • Casement window
    • Awning window
    • Hopper window
    • Bay window
    • Lean to Roof Model
    • King post truss
    • Queen post truss
    • Steel Roof truss Model
    • Partition wall Model
    • Prismatic Compass with stand
    • Plumb bob
    • Dumpy level with Stand
    • Theodolite
    • Plane – Table
    • Planimeter
    • Ranging Rod
    • Steel Tape ( 30 M. )
    • Fibre Glass Tape ( 30 M.)
    • Total Station
    • Tacheometer
  • Applied Mechanics Lab
    • Universal Testing Machine
    • Triangle & Parallelo gram forces app.
    • Parallel Forces app.
    • Worm & Worm Wheel
    • Screw Jack
    • Wheel & Diffrential axle
    • Friction Slide app.
    • Wheel & Axle Simple Form
    • Gndine Plane
    • Micro Weight
  • Concrete Technology Lab
    • Sieve shaker gyratory ( 45 cm )
    • Vical Needle Apparatus
    • Water Bath
    • Concrete Mixer
    • Cube Mould ( 15 cm )
    • Slump Test Apparatus
    • Flakiness Gauge
    • Length Gauge ( Elongation Gauge )
    • Aggregate Impact Testing Machine
    • Aggregate Crushing Value Apparatus
    • Los Angeles Abrasion Testing Machine
    • Concrete Test Hammer
    • Bulk Density Cylinderical Measure
    • Fine Sieve
    • 90 Mic. Fine Sieve 20 cm dia. Brass
    • 75 Mic. Fine Sieve 20 cm dia. Brass
    • Lid & Pan for 20 cm dia. Sieve
    • Le Chatelier Mould as per IS
    • Vibrating Table 50 cm x 50 cm
    • Compaction Factor Apparatus
    • Coarse Sieve
    • Lid & Pan for 30 cm dia. Sieve
    • Fine Sieve 20 cm dia. Brass
    • Iron Pad
    • Shovel
    • Hand Gloves
    • Bucket 12″
    • Tamler
    • Wooden handel for shovel
  • Hydraulics Lab
    • Mechanical Gauge
    • Simple U-Tube manometer
    • Differential U-Tube manometer
    • Piezometer
    • Manometer
    • Orifice meter
    • Pitot tube
    • Venturiflume
    • Velocity rod
    • Current Meter
  • Highway Engineering Lab
    • C.B.R. Testing Machine
    • MarshalStability Test Machine
    • Standard Penetrometer(Automatic)
    • Ring & Ball Appratus
    • Ductility Testing Machine
    • Pensky Marten Flash Appratus
    • Specific Gravity Bottle 50ml
    • TAR Viscometer
  • Soil Engineering Lab
    • Specific Gravity Bottle
    • Soil Hydrometer With Jar
    • Plastic limit device
    • Proctor Mould 100mm dia.with Rammer
    • Proctor Mould 150mm dia.with Rammer
    • CoreCutter With Dolly & Rammer
    • Sand pouring cylinder small
    • Permeability appratus
    • Liqid limit Device(Motorised)
    • Relative Density Appratus
    • Shrinkage limit set
    • Specific Gravity & Water Absorption test App.
    • Hot Air Oven
    • Electronic Balance
    • Electronic Balance( Microprocessor controlled)
    • Hydrometer Analysis
    • CBR Test
    • Demonstration of Triayal test
    • Unconfined Compression Test
    • Density Basket
Results & Time Table
Sem 1
Sem 2
Sem 3
Sem 4
Sem 5
Sem 6

Time Table

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Sem 1
Sem 2
Sem 3
Sem 4
Sem 5
Sem 6
Teaching Scheme
Semester 1
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3300001BMBasics Mathematics2024
3300012CAGComputer Applicaiton & Graphics0404
3300002ENGEnglish3025
3300003EC & HMEnvironment Conservation & Hazard Management4004
3300004Engg PhyEngineering Physics (Group – 1)3205
3300007BEDBasics Engineering Drawing2406

Semester 2
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3320003Ad MathsAdvanced Mathematics (Group 2)2004
3300008AMApplied Mechanics3205
3300009App ChemApplied Chemistry (Group 1)3205
3320601BDBuilding Drawing2406
3320602BMEBasic Mechanical Engineering0213
3320603CEWCivil Engineering Workshop Practice040

Semester 3
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3330601BMBuilding Materials3205
3330602CTConstruction Technology3205
3330603HydroHyraulics3216
3330604SMStructural Mechanics4217
3330605SurveyingSurveying3609

Semester 4
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3340601SM 2Structural Mechanics II3205
3340602ADSAdvanced Surveying3609
3340603BTEBasic Transportation Engineering3205
3340604WRMWater Resource Management3205
3340605Soil MechSoil Mechanics3205
3340606CADComputer Aided Drawing040

Semester 5
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3350601DSSDesign of Steel Structure3407
3350602CTConcrete Technology3205
3350603WSSEWater Supply and Sanitary Engineering3205
3350604ECVEstimating Costing and Valuation3407
3350605ACTAdvanced Construction Technology3205
3350609Project IProject I040

Semester 6
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3360601DRCSDesign of Reinforced Concrete Structure3407
3360602CQCMConstruction Quality Control and Monitoring3205
3360603CPMConstruction Project Management3205
3360604BSBuilding Services3205
3360605M and RSMaintenance and Rehabilation of Structures3205
3360613Project IIProject II0606

Contact (Departmental)

HARSH PAREKH

JIGNESH SOLANKI