Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

  • About Course
  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives
  • Program Specific outcomes
  • Program Outcomes
  • Course Outcomes
  • Faculty
  • Laboratories
  • HoD Message
  • Achievements
  • Events
  • Research
  • Syllabus

About Course

Civil engineering is the very basic branch of engineering and said to be the mother of all other engineering branches came up only after it. Now, it is comprises of different sub-branches such as Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Hydraulics Engineering, Surveying and Geo-Informatics Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resources Engineering etc. Civil engineers provide the technical expertise and management skills to plan, design, construct and maintain facilities such as buildings, bridges, road, rail, airports and harbours. Graduates find employment in the infrastructure industries as planners, consulting engineers and project manager, site managers and project engineers. Civil engineering department started in 2009. The intake started from 30 and now it is 120. Five batches have pass out with flying colours and they are serving in the different parts of the country. Many students cleared their GATE and pursuing higher studies. The department is having the different laboratories such as Environment Engineering Lab, Geotechnical Engineering Lab, Geo-Informatics Engineering Lab, Surveying Lab, Hydraulics Lab, Transportation Lab, Structure Analysis Lab, Building Material and Construction Lab, CAD Lab etc. CAD Lab is having a good number of computers. All the labs are well equipped with the instruments to cater the needs of undergraduate students. The CADD Lab is having different software’s such as AUTOCAD, STAAD-Pro, MS Project, C++ etc. The lab can undertake testing and consultancy works as well. Recently, the department has published papers in journal and conference proceedings.

The department is being headed by Dr. Arun V. Parwate, an eminent & renowned academician, researcher & administrator having Ph.D. (Civil Engineering) and M.Tech. (Environmental Engineering) both from VNIT Nagpur. He has experience of 12+ years in academics, 16 years in administration of Engineering institutes, 6 years in research and 1 year in industry. The department has a good number of qualified and experienced faculty members. Qualified and experienced lab-staff members are also available to demonstrate the experiments to the students.


To create highly motivational and friendly environment in the institute so that civil engineer’s innovative ideas can be available in the global area.


  1. To provide world class civil engineers by providing the best teaching learning processes.
  2. To inculcate the merits so that highly competitive and ethics based young civil engineers may come out who can change the world’s infrastructures and academics.
  3. To develop and create an environment so that the best brain may be trained to take social, economical and technological leadership.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To produce professionally competent civil engineering graduates for successful career in core and allied Industries.
  2. To develop ability among students to apply technical concepts in solving engineering problems within social, environmental and economical constraints.
  3. To prepare students for further higher studies.
  4. To inspire students to make learning a lifelong practice and to inculcate among them ethics and codes of professional practice.
  5. To improve personality to induce team spirit and leadership quality among students.

Program Specific outcomes

Following are the Program specific outcomes:-

  • Enhancing the Employability skill by making the students capable of qualifying National Level Competitive examinations.
  • Inculcating in student’s technical competencies to deal with practical aspects of Civil Engineering.
  • Cognizance of social awareness and Environmental necessity along with ethical responsibility career and to become an entrepreneur.

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering Fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics,natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmentalconsiderations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Second Year

Surveying & Geomatics (KCE-302)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Learn the fundamental of surveying and terminology
  2. Explain the concepts of measurement and traverse
  3. Draw contour map
  4. Analyze the points of different elevation
  5. Design different types of Curves
Fluid Mechanics (KCE-303)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Identify the properties of fluid as a continuum
  2. Solve problems on hydrostatics, including practical applications
  3. Demonstrate the principles of mathematics to represent kinematic concepts related to fluid flow
  4. Apply the fundamental laws of fluid mechanics - conservation of mass, conservation of linear momentum, & the Bernoulli’s principle for practical application
  5. Outline and Propose the methods of flow measurements
  6. Apply the concept of Dimensional analysis and model studies and solve practical problems.
Material Testing and Construction Practices(KCE 401)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Identify various building materials and to understand their basic properties
  2. Understand the use of non-conventional civil engineering materials.
  3. Study suitable type of flooring and roofing in the construction process.
  4. Characterize the concept of plastering, pointing and various other building services.
  5. Exemplify the various fire protection, sound and thermal insulation techniques, maintenance and repair of buildings.
Introduction to Solid Mechanics (KCE-402)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the theory of elasticity including strain/displacement and hooke's law relationship.
  2. Analyse Solid mechanics problens using classical methods and enegy methods.
  3. Calculate and represent the stress- strain diagram in bars and simple structure.
  4. Solve problems relating to pure and non-uniform bonding of beams and simple structure
  5. Understand the concept of buckling and the able to solve the problems
Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines (KCE-403)
  1. Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to
  2. Apply basic principles to analyze and solve open channel flow problems.
  3. Apply principles of energy concepts to practical applications of free surface flow.
  4. Explain the concept of Impact of jet on vanes.
  5. Identify the type of turbine based on head, quantity of flow and speed.
  6. Apply the principles of hydraulics and evaluate the efficiencies of turbines and centrifugal pump

Third Year

Geotechnical Engineering (RCE-501)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the origin of the soil, basic properties of soil, concept of compaction and consolidation, methods of soil exploration and the ultimate bearing capacity of shallow foundations and deep foundations.
  2. Apply principles of phase diagram for soil properties
  3. Analyze the behaviour and effect of water in soils, modes of soil behaviour and calculate and plot soil strength parameters and stresses analysis in soil by various methods
  4. Evaluate shear parameters of soil and lateral earth pressure by various methods
  5. Estimate the stability of slopes and bearing capacity of soil
Design of Concrete Structure-1 (RCE-502)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Explain Concrete Making materials, Properties of concrete and reinforcements, testing of concrete.
  2. Apply basic concept of Various Design Philosophies.
  3. Classify Failure of beam under shear.
  4. Select the appropriate solid slabs.
  5. Design of Columns by Limit State Design Method.

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Define project, organization, schedule, progress, tender, contract, construction related activities.
  2. Understand various types of projects and their special requirements, the available financing options, tendering requirements and cost estimates etc.
  3. Apply the knowledge to define the requirements of project organization for small size projects, prepare specification and formulate various items of Bill of Quantity.
  4. Organize and relate various project activities which are concurrent or sequential, compare various alternatives of schedule with respect time.
  5. Support or Criticize various tender requirements and the items formulated in Bill of quantity.
  6. Develop a tender for projects, formulate schedule and suggest construction equipment to execute the project construction
Design of Structure II (RCE-601)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Apply basic concept of Various Concrete Design Philosophies.
  2. Design beam with consideration of all failure conditions like bending, shear & Bond.
  3. Decide appropriate slab & design slab for serviceability and collapse conditions.
  4. Design of Columns as per architecture requirement.
  5. Design footing and retaining wall to fulfil structural requirement.
  6. Design a complete building from bottom to top.
Environmental Engineering (RCE-602)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Basic concepts of water demand, distribution system and arising problems.
  2. Knowledge of physical , chemical and biological properties of drinking water and their human impact.
  3. Ability to design various water supply treatment units and their significance.
  4. Skills to analyze the relation between environment and water demand
  5. Ability to design waste water treatment plant units
  6. Ability to evaluate the significance of each treatment unit with their specific engineering importance
Transportation Engineering (RCE-603)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Apply basic concept of Various aspects of Geometric Design.
  2. Calculate various types of parameters like SSD, ISD and OSD and apply them for Geometric Design
  3. Design required horizontal curves (circular and transition curves), super elevation.
  4. Distribute the super elevation over the length of transition curve.
  5. Design the valley curves and summit curves.
  6. Select the appropriate materials for pavements (rigid and flexible) use the same design and construction of roads.
Foundation Design (RCE-061)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the requirement of geotechnical investigations of project, select suitable method of soil exploration, investigation and planning.
  2. Identify a suitable foundation system for a structure.
  3. Understand the mechanism of bearing capacity of shallow foundations and learn to estimate the bearing capacity incorporating different ground conditions.
  4. Learn different methods of geotechnical investigations required for selection and design of shallow foundations.
  5. Understand about the necessity, types, suitability, installation, analysis and design of Deep Foundations (Pile / Pier / Caissons)
  6. Understanding the installation, analysis & Design of Sheet Piles.
  7. To learn the classification, functions and applications of Geosynthetics in ground improvement

Fourth Year

Design Structure III (RCE-701)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Steel as material & structural member with its pros & cons along with the various design philosophies & various loads that are used in design of steel structure.
  2. Connections which deal with the bolts, welds, & rivets and their designing procedure by Limit State Method.
  3. Tension members such as Lug Angles, Splices, Gusset Plate and their designing procedure by Limit State Method.
  4. Compression member such as Built?Up Columns (Latticed Columns), Lacing, Batten, Compression Member Composed of Two components Back?to?Back, Splices, Column Bases etc. and their designing procedure by Limit State Method.
  5. Behaviour of Beam in various conditions, Types of Sections and their classification, Purlins, Beam, Bearing Plates, Plate Girder, Gantry Girder.
Water Resources Engineering (RCE-702)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Explain hydrology, Precipitation, Evaporation & Infiltration.
  2. Apply basic concept of hydrology for estimation of runoff.
  3. Classify Irrigation & Canals.
  4. Select appropriate Irrigation channel & determine the cross section of an irrigation channel, regulate & control the canal system, train the river.
  5. Build a suitable system of irrigation using ground water.


Graduation B.E(Civil Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech.(Civil (Structural) Engineering)
Doctorate 1. Structural Engineering
2. Environmental Engineering
Teaching experience 34 Years
Industrial experience 1.5 years
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Area of interest Structural Engineering Design,Advanced Structures,Structural Analysis and Design

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Designation Professor and Head
Graduation B.E. (Civil Engg.)
Post graduation M.E. (Civil / Environmental Engineering)
Doctorate Environmental Engineering
Teaching experience 27 Years
Industrial experience 1.0 Year
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Area of interest Broad Area:- Environmental Engineering
Specific Area:- Water and Wastewater Engineering

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Ashok Kumar Garg
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Civil Engg.)
Post graduation MBA (Financial Management)
Teaching experience 3.2 Years
Industrial experience 38.2 Years
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Area of interest
Construction Technology & Management and Transportation

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Rajeev Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B Tech Civil Engineering (HBTI Kanpur)
Post graduation M Tech Structural Engineering
Teaching experience 6.7 Years
Industrial experience 4.2 Years
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Area of interest Concrete Technology & design of concrete structures

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Kulbhushan Mittal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.E. (Civil Engg.)
Post graduation M.Tech.
Teaching experience 16 Years
Industrial experience 17 Years
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Area of interest Computer Added Designs, Structural Designs Valuation of immovable Properties
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Civil Engg.)
Post Graduation M.Tech (Civil Engg.)
Teaching experience 3.8 Years
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Area of interest Geotechnical Engg, Strength of Material, Surveying, Transportation Engg

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Dilip Kumar Rawat
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Civil Engg.)
Post Graduation M.Tech (Structural design)
Teaching experience 4 Years
Industrial experience 1 Year
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Area of interest Design of multistory building

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Shubham Chaurasia
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Civil Engg.)
Post Graduation M. Tech (Environment, Geotechnology)
Teaching experience 4.5 Years
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Area of interest Environment, Geotechnology

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Mr. Mohammad Adnan
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Civil Engg.)
Post-Graduation M.Tech (Structural Engineering)
Teaching experience 1.5 Year
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Area of interest Structural Analysis, Earthquake Resistive Design of Structures, RCC, Steel, Transportation

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Dr. Alok Goyal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Civil Engg.)
Post-Graduation M.Tech (Structural Engineering)
Doctorate Ph.D (High Performannce Concrete)
Teaching experience 6.8 Years
Research / Industry Experience 3 Years
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Area of interest Structural Engineering, HPC, Reclained Ashfalt Pavement
Ms. Avani Kaushik
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Civil Engineering)
Post Graduation M.Tech (Transportation Engineering)
Teaching experience 9 Years
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Area of interest Transporation, Geotech, Surveying, Concrete, Technology and Fluid Mechanics.

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Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post Graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 2 Years
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Area of interest Structure Analysis, Fluid Mechanics etc.

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Dinesh Kumar Arya
Graduation B.Tech(Civil Engineering),GBPEC Pauri Garhwal
Post graduation Engineering), GBPUAT Pantnagar
Teaching experience 1.5 Years
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Area of interest Trend analysis of climatic variables, Statistical downscaling, Flood modelling & forecasting, Flood warning system, Flood plain zoning

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S.B. Suman
Graduation B.Tech(Civil Engineering)
Post graduation M.E.(CTM)
Teaching experience 14 Years
Industrial experience 8 years
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Area of interest Structural Engineering, Solid Mechanics, RCC, Steel Structure

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Kamal Kumar
Graduation B.Tech(Civil Engineering), Dr. AKTU lucknow
Post graduation Engineering), Dr AKTU lucknow
Teaching experience 3 Years
Industrial experience 1 years
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Area of interest Rcc,FluidmechanicsHydraulics & hydraulicmachines, Transportationengg, surveying, Estimationcostingandvaluation. Soilmechanics

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Graduation B.Tech (Civil Engineering)
Post graduation (HADE)
Teaching experience 3 Years
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Area of interest Air Quality Monitoring and analysis various Index Methods, Remote Sensing, GIS

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  1. Building Materials & Construction Lab
  2. CADD Lab
  3. Environmental Engineering Lab
  4. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Lab
  5. Geo-informatics Lab & Surveying Lab
  6. Geo-Technical Engineering Lab
  7. Structural Engineering Lab
  8. Transportation Engineering Lab

To get more information about the laboratories & become familiarized with experiments related to civil engineering visit blog maintain by our Lab Resource Person:

Dr. Arun V. Parwate
B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,
Head of the Department

A warm welcome to the Department of Civil Engineering of MIET.  At the outset, it gives me an immense pleasure to lead the department of civil engineering. Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built structures, including works such as dams, canals, buildings, roads and bridges.  Motive to start Civil engineering course is to produce entrepreneurs, civil engineers and consultants who can design, construct and build civil engineering structures and to create infrastructure facilities to serve society

Our department has a team of qualified and experienced faculty and staff. We strongly believe in producing skilled engineers through more practical knowledge rather than creating mere engineers. We are striving hard continuously not only to improve the quality of education but also to maintain its position of leadership in engineering and technology. There are a wide range of opportunities under the umbrella of civil engineering, with great employment potential and excellent prospects to build a bright future. I am sure that our students will prove to be an asset to the organization. I can ensure that my students can able to face the emerging challenges in engineering and technology and provide sustainable technological solutions for the betterment of the society and our nation.

 I wish you will have an exciting time at MIET knowledge reservoir and a unique learning experience that helps you to have a bright prospects in the rest of your life.

Wishing all our students a brilliant and bright future.



  1. One soil testing cum consultancy work of Rs-30000/- was done by Mr. Nausher Khan and Ms. Anusha Rani., Asstt Professors in May 2016.
  2. Another soil testing cum consultancy work of Rs 28000/- was done by Mr. Rajeev Kumar. Asstt. Professor in June 2016.
  3. One survey work of Rs 2000/- was done by Mr. Nausher Khan, Asstt Professors. in April 2017.
  4. A workshop on civil bridge design was conducted by e-cell IIT Bombay Robokart on 16 & 17, September 2016 at MIET Meerut organized by MIT and MIET.
  5. A bridge design competition was held at MIET on 17 September, 2016 organized by AKTU.

Students Achievement

Following students participated in the ‘glitz’ 2016 in MIET, Meerut. On 1 & 2nd October, 2016. Law suit,

  1. Abhishek Singh
  2. Binit Singh
  3. Rishabh Verma
  4. Avinash Yadav
  5. Yogesh Kumar
  6. Tanishka Sharma

Mr. Ashutosh Asthana, 3rd year Civil Engineering students won 1st prizes in Law suit, JAM, & In Board-Room battle, at Vidya Knowledge Park on 29.01.2016 in Nirana, 2016


  1. A lecture was delivered by Mr. Ashok Kumar Garg, Ex. Deputy General Manager (Projects – U/T), Engineers India Ltd. (Govt. of India), on Project Management & New Technologies in Project Management for Civil Engineering students on 06.04.2017.
  2. A lecture was delivered by Mr. Ashok Kumar Garg, Ex. Deputy General Manager (Projects – U/T), Engineers India Ltd. (Govt. of India), on Modern construction Technology and construction Equipment for Civil Engineering students on 24.03.2017.
  3. Special extension lecture was delivered by Er. Rajeev Gupta, expert Consultant, on STAAD Pro. and ETABS for Civil Engineering students on 01.04.2016
  4. There was a society formed for civil engg. department in sep. 2015 named as "Shilanyas", which was inaugurated by the Chairman & Director General of MIET in the benign presence of the Director of MIET.
  5. Also there are several cultural programmes which are organized by this civil society for the grooming of the students.
  6. Third Year students arranged Farewell for final year on 17/04/2017. Ms. Sabrin and Mr. Vipul Tomar were selected as Mr. and Ms. Farewell 2017.
  7. Every year teacher's day is celebrated with the great enthusiasm and admiration by the civil engineering students.


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