Department of Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering is by far the oldest discipline of engineering which deals with planning, design, construction and maintenance of physical and built environment. Due to continuous development and challenges emerging within the country and around the world, its scope is overwhelming and one of the most sought after discipline of engineering.
The Department of Civil Engineering is the youngest department at Inderprastha Engineering College and came into existence in 2009 with initial intake of 60 students, which was subsequently increased to 120 in 2011. It is our continuous endeavor to provide a holistic development of a civil engineering student aiming at acquiring technical education. We are consistently designing and developing our teaching and learning process to impart the required knowledge of fundamentals, acquire problem solving ability, develop the technical and soft skills, harness the student’s inquisitiveness for innovation and contribution to the society. This is achieved through ICT based lectures, simulations, laboratory experiments, industrial visits, guest lectures/workshops, site visits, case studies; project based learning and activities in technical societies.
The civil engineering team comprises of competent and enthusiastic faculties fulfilling AICTE norms and from different specializations required for undergraduate program. The team believes and practices student centric learning pedagogy achieved through Outcome Based Education. The faculties are mentors to students who prepare, counsel and guide them to be ethical and competent professionals, pursue higher studies and be leaders of the community. We also seek feedback from parents, visitors and alumni’s for continuous improvement.
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- Fostering scientific and technical knowledge of the students duly supplemented by practical exposure for fulfilling the upcoming needs of the industry and the society.
- Acquainting the students with advances in Civil Engineering techniques and technologies and furnishing skills and training to prepare them to be problem solvers.
- Providing the students an overall environment suitable for making a successful career in industry/research/higher education in India and abroad.
- The method for constructing partition wall is conventional made from bricks masonry rather than precast wall.
- Coupling rod is used to maintain continuity of longitudinal reinforcement because it makes the constructional economical by saving the material and faster as well.
- Triangular stirrups were used to strengthen the middle longitudinal bars in the columns.
- The Reinforcement detailing of one way and two way slabs were explained to the students
- The Detailed operation work of batching plant is explained.
- Water proofing of retaining wall is shown to the students and following details has been noted.
- Width of retaining wall =300 mm
- Thermocol was inserted in between the retaining wall.
- Grade of concrete used in retaining wall is M25
- The working space provided was 6.5 m.
- Two coats of water proofing cement mortar (1:4) were provided on the retaining wall.
- At the reinforcement junction, leakage is possible.
- The operation of batching plant was explained in which all the raw materials were controlled by automatic controls as recommended by the consultants in appropriate proportion.
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- Abhishek Hooda ECE 4th Year
- Amit Kumar Pal CSE 3rd Year
- Vidit Jain CSE 3rd Year
- Amit Kumar Pal & Vidit Jain CSE 3rd Year
- Kamal and Tushar 1st Year
- Sparsh CSE 4th Year
- Shruti CSE 4th Year