Civil Engineering in Junagadh
Vision

The Civil Department will excel in undergraduate and graduate instruction, in research in all sub-areas of civil engineering, and in service to the public consistent with the land-grant mission of the university. The Department will make significant contributions to the economic development of the state, region and nation. To impart knowledge and execellence in civil engineering and technology with global perspectives to our students and to make them ethically strong engineers to build our nation. A collaborative hub where leading civil engineering research serves the needs of a broad array of disciplines and where innovations in other fields are applied to enrich civil engineering research and practice.NGI the Best Civil Engineering Junagadh

Mission
  • To produce civil engineers of high calibre ,technical skills and ethical values to serve the society and nation.
  • To make the department a centre of excellence in the field of civil engineering and allied research.
  • To provide knowledge base and consultancy services to the community in all areas of civil engineering.
  • To promote innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding engineers to face the challenges of future.Civil Engineering in Junagadh
Course Objective
  • Competent in the fundamentals of engineering.
  • Capable of analyzing, designing, and describing civil engineering systems and processes.
  • Aware of the social, economic and environmental implications of engineered projects.
  •  Responsible, ethical, and committed to life-long learning.
Program Outcomes
  • An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and civil engineering theory in design of computer-based systems to real-world problems.
  • The ability to practice civil engineering using up-to-date techniques, skills, and tools as a result of life-long learning ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  • An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a field program to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  • An ability to design a system or component to satisfy stated or code requirements of Civil Engineering.
  • An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
  • An ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally
Head of Department
Faculty Profile
Industrial Visit
Industrial Visit By Civil Engineering Department
A visit was carried out by civil engineering department on surveying instrument total station,here foundation levelling of G+3 multi story building has done using total station in which students had mark points of layout of PCC bed of column. They enable to understand different parts and functions of total station like centering & level... Read More
KRITI TILES factory
The civil engineering students visited state to art KRITI TILES factory (exports in chittodgadh, Rajsthan), They have learned about the selection raw material from quarry site cutting and polishing of marbles and granite with modern machines exported from the china and the marketing of finished good to different states. ... Read More
VISIT TO RAILWAY JUNCTION AT JETALSAR,RAJKOT GUJARAT
Practical knowledge is as important as much as the written words of a book,following this mantra ,an industrial visit to jetalsar junction on 21\02\2017 was conducted by the civil engineering department of noble engineering college. The main objective of the visit was to provide industrial interference, practical knowledge which is also c... Read More
NARMADA DAM & SAPUTARA (CONTOUR SURVEY)
The students of civil engineering department visited Sardar sarovar Narmada Dam, and gained knowledge about all its elements like RBPH, CHPH. A-Frame, Canal etc. Then they also completed the contour level survey of Saputara hill station.... Read More
Water Treatment Plant – Patla
Objectives of industrial visit are to provide students an insight regarding internal working of construction site. We know, theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work. It provides students with... Read More
An Industry visit of 3rd Semester students at Perry Homes on 12/10/2015.
We have visited Perry Homes on 12 Oct, 2015 with our civil department faculties. This site located at Junagadh city near Moti Baugh.... Read More
Lab Detail
  • Concrete Technology
    • Le Chatelier Mould as per IS
    • Vibrating Table 50 cm x 50 cm
    • Compaction Factor Apparatus
    • Coarse Sieve
    • Fine Sieve 20 cm dia. Brass
    • Iron Pad
    • Wooden handel for shovel
    • 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
  • Adv. Tran Engg
    • Flash & fire test
    • softening point
    • penetration test
    • CBR test
  • EM
    • Universal Testing Machine
    • Triangle & Parallelo gram forces app.
    • Parallel Forces app.
    • Screw Jack
    • Wheel & Diffrential axle
    • Friction Slide app.
    • Wheel & Axle Simple Form
    • Gndine Plane
    • Micro Weight
  • HD
    • Mechanical Gauge
    • Simple U-Tube manometer
    • Differential U-Tube manometer
    • Piezometer
    • Manometer
    • Orifice meter
    • Pitot tube
    • Venturiflume
    • Velocity rod
    • Current Meter
  • Soil
    • Specific Gravity Bottle(PYCNOMETER)
    • 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.
  • Surveying
    • Plane – Table
    • Ranging Rod
    • Steel Tape ( 30 M. )
    • Fibre Glass Tape ( 30 M.)
    • Total Station
    • Tacheometer
    • Theodolite
    • Prismatic Compass with stand
    • Plumb bob
    • Dumpy level with Stand
Results & Time Table
Sem 1
Sem 2
Sem 3

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Sem 4
Sem 5

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Sem 6
Sem 7

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Sem 8
Teaching Scheme
Semester 1
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
3110003 PPS Programming for Problem Solving 3 2 0 4
3110006 BME Basic Mechanical Engineering 3 2 0 4
3110007 ES Environmental Sciences 2 0 2 0
3110012 MP Workshop/ Manufacturing Practices 0 4 0 2
3110015 Maths-II Mathematics –2 0 4 0 2
3110016 BE Basic Electronics 3 2 0 4

Semester 2
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
3110002 ENG English 2 2 0 3
3110018 PHY Physics 3 2 0 4
3110005 BEE Basic Electrical Engineering 3 2 0 4
3110014 Maths-I Mathematics – I 3 0 2 5
3110013 EGD Engineering Graphics & Design 2 4 0 4

Semester 3
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
2130002 AEM Advance Engineering Mathematics 3 0 2 5
2130003 MOS Mechanics of Solids 4 2 0 6
130601 Surveying Surveying 3 2 0 5
2130602 FM Fluid Mechanics 3 2 0 5
2130606 GAG Geo-technics and Applied Geology 4 1 0 5
2130607 BC Building Construction 3 0 1 4
213005 DE – 1A Designing Engineering 1A 0 3 0

Semester 4
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
3140601 Sur Surveying 3 2 0 5
3140603 SA 1 Structural Analysis 1 4 0 2 5
3140610 CVPD Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations 3 0 2 5
3140611 FM Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics 4 2 0 5
3140609 CT Civil Engineering – Societal & Global Impact 3 2 0 2
2140002 DE I B Design Engineering 1 B 0 3 0 1

Semester 5
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
2150601 HE Highway Engineering 3 2 0 5
2150602 HWRE Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering 3 0 1 4
2150603 EE Environmental Engineering 3 2 0 5
150608 SA II Structural Analysis II 4 0 2 6
2150609 SM Soil Mechanics 3 2 0 5
215001 DE II A Design Engineering II A 0 3 0 3

Semester 6
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
2160601 ACE Advanced Construction and Equipments 3 0 1 4
2160602 AFM Applied Fluid Mechanics 3 2 0 5
2160603 RBT Railway Bridge and Tunnel Engineering 3 0 1 4
2160604 WWE Water and Waste Water Engineering 3 2 0 5
2160607 ESD Elementary Structural Design 4 0 2 6
2160001 DE II B Design Engineering II B 3 0 0

Semester 7
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
170601 CME Construction Management and Equipments 4 0 2 6
170602 IE Irrigation Engineering 4 0 2 6
170603 SDI Structural Design I 4 0 4 8
170604 UTS Urban Transportation System 4 0 2 6
170001 PROJECT I Project I 0 4 0 4

Semester 8
GTU Code Subject Short Name Subject Lect Prac Tutorials Credits
180601 DHS Design of Hydraulic Structure 3 0 2 5
180602 DHAE Dock Harbor and Airport Engineering 3 0 0 3
180603 PPV Professional Practice and Valuation 3 0 2 5
180604 SD II Structural Design II 3 0 2 5
180605 Project II Project II 0 8 0 4

Contact (Departmental)

Prof. Kishan Vekariya

Prof. Keval Vanpariya