Diploma in Civil Engineering Course Admission Open 2024 at UMU
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Duration

3 Years
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Eligibility

Matriculation examination from any recognized board
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Fees

Total 1,89,000.00 INR only

Admission Open 2024-25 | Diploma in Civil Engineering | Usha Martin University

About the Programme

Designed as a skill enable program, the students actually learn by doing and progress from basics to higher order skills like planning, designing and maintaining small and large structures. Diploma graduates can start entrepreneurial ventures or can pursue higher studies.

About the Department

This Civil Department was started in 2017 with basic equipment for Diploma Course and extended in 2022 for Under Graduate Course. From 2021, Civil Engineering Laboratory has been modified and updated several times.

The Department’s has different laboratories like Concrete Technology lab, Transportation Engineering Lab, Surveying Lab. The department is having Compression testing machine, Slump Cone test apparatus, Compaction testing machine, Sieve Shaker, Vicat apparatus, Impact testing Machine, Le-chatelier’s apparatus, Ductility testing machine, Penetration testing machine, Ring and Ball test apparatus, Flash and Fire point, Viscometer, Total Station, Theodolite, Plane Table, Chain, Prismatic Compass.

Salient Features of the Program

  • Name of the Programme: Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • Duration of the Programme: Three years (Six Semesters)
  • Entry Qualification: Matriculation or equivalent
  • Intake: 60
  • Pattern of the Programme: Semester Pattern
  • Ratio between theory and practical: 50 : 50 (Approx.)
  • Industrial Training: Four weeks of industrial training is included after IV semester during summer vacation. Total marks allotted to industrial training will be 50.
  • Ecology and Environment: As per Govt. of India directives, a subject on Environmental Studies has been incorporated in the curriculum.
  • Energy Conservation: A subject on Energy Conservation has been incorporated in the curriculum.
  • Entrepreneurship Development: A full subject on Construction Management Accounts and Entrepreneurship Development has been incorporated in the curriculum.

Programme Overview

The diploma in civil engineeringcourse is structured to be completed in three years, divided into six semesters.

  1. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through field visits, practical workshops, and project work.
  2. In addition to technical skills, the course emphasizes the development of soft skills, project management, and communication skills.
  3. Guest lectures by industry professionals offer insights into real-world challenges and solutions.
  4. Upon successful completion of the diploma course, students can explore various opportunities in the construction industry, including government agencies, consulting firms, and infrastructure development organizations.
Programme Objectives
  1. The Diploma programme aims to:
  2. Develop competent civil engineering technicians with professional skills, knowledge, abilities & attitude for wage employment and/or to become entrepreneur.
  3. Provide opportunities and develop competence to work as a leader, manager or team member in multidisciplinary civil engineering works and projects.
  4. Develop effective communication skills – Verbal, Written and Graphical, to justify technical solutions for diverse targets associated with civil engineering works.
  5. Provide opportunities and develop students in terms of social, economic and environment sensitive as responsible professionals.
  6. 5.Develope understanding towards use of different codes – local, national and international, for execution of civil engineering works.
  7. Encourage and provide necessary knowledge, skills and opportunities for higher education and exploring different learning strategies for life-long learning.
  8. Provide opportunities and develop responsible professionals in terms of ethics and value systems.
Programme Outcomes
  • PO1: Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
  • PO3: Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
  • PO4: Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
  • PO5: Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
  • PO6: Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
  • PO7: Life-long learning: Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes
Programme Specific Outcomes
    • PSO1: To understand, read, draw & interpret drawings of different Civil Engineering systems.
    • PSO2: To be able to supervise different Civil Engineering sites.
    • PSO3: To conduct different surveying activities in Civil Engineering practices.
    • PSO4: To evaluate scope of Civil Engineering works
Job Scope for Diploma in Civil Engineering

After completing the diploma course, students can join construction firms for various posts. As they form the bulk of the engineering workforce, the demand for diploma holders is relatively high. Being experts in practical application and supervision, diploma holders join as site supervisors, material inspectors, draftsmen, surveyors, etc.

The leading private recruiters are- Unitech, Jaypee group, ACC, Tata Projects, L&T, Unicon Development Construction, Rama Group, PCC, Shapoorji and Pallonji, etc. Students can easily get a decent package in private firms. Further, after completing their diploma, students can also apply for junior engineering posts in government institutions and PSUs.

AIME Certification

Another good option for Diploma holders is to pursue the AIME Certification Course. Institution of Engineers(India) provides the A.M.I.E (Associate Member of the Institutions of Engineers) certification, which is a professional certification equivalent to a B. Tech/B.E. Degree. It’s one of the best options for working diploma students who want a B. Tech equivalent certificate to further their careers in civil engineering. The AIME exam is divided into two sections, and it takes a minimum of 2 years to complete the programme. After obtaining the certificate diploma, students will be eligible for applying for posts where a graduation degree in engineering is required.

BTech or B.E. after diploma

After completing their diploma, students can also join B. Tech or BE courses as a lateral entry. After obtaining a graduate degree, students can look for higher posts and pursue higher studies in civil engineering or other domains like management, etc. Diploma students usually pursue B. Tech/BE after gaining a lot of hands-on experience working in the industry, which helps them take up higher job roles.

Government Jobs

Every year Government institutions and PSUs release vacancies exclusively for diploma holders. Diploma holders can apply for the junior engineer, maintainer, and technician posts. They can also apply for engineering exams like SSC JE, State JE exams, etc. The age limit for the exams is up to 32 years, with age relaxation for eligible students. Further, civil engineering vacancies are maximum in all JE exams, which provides an added advantage for civil engineering diploma holders. Major recruiters are- CPWD, State CPWD, DRDO, NTPC, NHPC, BHEL, NHAI, SAIL, PGCIL, Railways, etc.

Great learning at a low cost

The diploma course has a much lower fee as compared to B. Tech. For students for whom affordability is a concern, a Diploma is one of the best choices for a great learning and practical experience at a lower cost. Further, the diploma course’s duration is shorter compared to B. Tech, so it will help students get into the industry early and get a good hand on experience.

Self-Employment

Diploma courses are designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful entrepreneurs. After gaining experience by working for a few years in the construction industry, students can start their own construction firm and work as contractors. The civil engineering sector is booming, so students can look for various opportunities and even go for new and innovative construction technologies like- 3D printed houses, drone-based inspection, modular design, etc.

Programme Curriculum

FIRST SEMESTER

S No. SUBJECTTITLE SUBJECT CODE Lecture Hours/ Weeks Total Credits
L T P
1 Engineering Mathematics-I DBSC101 3 0 0 03
2 Engineering Physics-I DBSC102 3 0 0 03
3 Engineering Chemistry DBSC103 3 0 0 03
4 Communication Skills DHSC101 3 0 0 03
5 Engineering Physics-I Lab DBSC111 0 0 2 01
6

Engineering Chemistry

Lab

DBSC112 0 0 2 01
7 Communication Skills Lab DHSC111 0 0 2 01
8 Engineering Drawing DESC111 0 0 4 02
9 Workshop Practices-I DESC112 0 0 4 02
10 PT, Yoga & Sports / NSS / NCC / CA DHSC112 0 0 2 01
TOTAL CREDITS 20

Second Semester

S No. SUBJECTTITLE SUBJECT CODE Lecture Hours/ Weeks Total Credits
L T P
1 Engineering Mathematics-II DBSC201 3 1 0 04
2 Engineering Physics-II DBSC202 3 0 0 03
3 Fundamentals of Programming DESC201 3 0 0 03
4 Engineering Mechanics DESC202 3 0 0 03
5 Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering DESC203 3 0 0 03
6 Environmental Sciences* DAUC201 2 0 0 00
7 Engineering Physics-II Lab DBSC211 0 0 2 01
8 Fundamentals of Programming Lab DESC211 0 0 2 01
8 Engineering Mechanics Lab DESC212 0 0 2 01
9 Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab DESC213 0 0 2 01
TOTAL CREDITS 20

 

*Audit Course – Non-credit

Third Semester 

S No. SUBJECTTITLE SUBJECT CODE Lecture Hours/ Weeks Total Credits
L T P
1 Strength of Materials DCEC301 3 0 0 03
2 Hydraulics DCEC302 3 0 0 03
3 Construction Materials DCEC303 3 0 0 03
4 Surveying DCEC304 3 0 0 03
5 Building Construction DCEC305 3 0 0 03
6 Values & Ethics* DAUC301 2 0 0 00
7 Strength of Materials Lab DCEC311 0 0 2 01
8 Hydraulics Lab DCEC312 0 0 2 01
9 Construction Materials Lab DCEC313 0 0 2 01
10 Surveying Lab DCEC314 0 0 2 01
11 Development of Life Skills DHSC311 0 0 2 01
TOTAL CREDITS 20

*Audit Course – Non-credit

Fourth Semester

S No. SUBJECTTITLE SUBJECT CODE Lecture Hours/ Weeks Total Credits
L T P
1 Theory of Structure DCEC401 3 0 0 03
2 Concrete Technology DCEC402 3 0 0 03
3 Water Resources Engineering DCEC403 3 0 0 03
4 Advanced Surveying DCEC404 3 0 0 03
5 Geotechnical Engineering DCEC405 3 0 0 03
6 Theory of Structure Lab DCEC411 0 0 2 01
7 Concrete Technology Lab DCEC412 0 0 2 01
8 Advanced Surveying Lab DCEC413 0 0 2 01
9 Geotechnical Engineering Lab DCEC414 0 0 2 01
10 Building Planning & Drawing Lab DCEC415 0 0 4 02
TOTAL CREDITS 21

 

 

 

Fifth Semester

S No. SUBJECTTITLE SUBJECT CODE Lecture Hours/ Weeks Total Credits
L T P
1 Design of Steel & RCC Structures DCEC501 3 0 0 03
2 Transportation Engineering DCEC502 3 0 0 03
3 Elective-I DCEE50_ 3 0 0 03
4 Elective-II DCEE50_ 3 0 0 03
5 Open Elective-I DOEC50_ 3 0 0 03
6 Essence of Indian Knowledge & Tradition* DAUC511 2 0 0 00
7 Design of Steel & RCC Structures Lab DCEC511 0 0 2 01
8 Transportation Engineering Lab DCEC512 0 0 2 01
9 Project-I DPRW511 0 0 0 02
10 Internship (6 weeks after 4th semester) DITP511 0 0 0 03
TOTAL CREDITS 22

 

*Audit Course – Non-credit

S No. SUBJECTTITLE SUBJECT CODE Lecture Hours/ Weeks Total Credits
L T P
1 Entrepreneurship & Start-ups DHSC601 3 0 0 03
2 Public Health Engineering DCEC601 3 0 0 03
3 Estimating, Costing & Valuation DCEC602 2 0 0 02
4 Open Elective-II DOEC60_ 3 0 0 03
5 Elective–III DCEE60_ 3 0 0 03
6 Indian Constitution* DAUC611 2 0 0 00
7 Seminar DSER611 1 0 0 01
8 Public Health Engineering Lab DCEC611 0 0 2 01
9 Estimating, Costing & Valuation Lab DCEC612 0 0 4 02
10 Project-II DPRW611 0 0 0 04
TOTAL CREDITS 22

*Audit Course – Non-credit

How to apply

  • The admission process of Usha Martin University is fairly easy. Candidates seeking admissions at Usha Martin University, have two options:

Online Applications:

Candidates who wish to apply online can fill up Application form by clicking “APPLY ONLINE” link on website and payment can also be made online through Debit card, Credit Card and Internet Banking.

Note: Those who are not able to make the online payment can send the payment to the University through a DD of Rs. 500/- in favour of Usha Martin University payable at Jharkhand.

 Offline Applications:

Candidates can download the Form from website. If the Application Form is downloaded from the website, the applicants are required to enclose a Demand Draft of `500/- in favour of Usha Martin University, Jharkhand, payable at Jharkhand along with the Application Form, failing which the application shall be rejected.

A duly filled Application Form must be delivered in person or sent through registered post/ speed post/ reputed courier service to ensure that the application form is received by the University within the specified time and date. The form can also be sent to the city office mentioned on the website

Candidates can also collect Application Form from University campus and its selected Branches Offices as mentioned

Note:

After receiving the application form, the candidates will be informed by the University officials within 7 working days, and the information about admission (Through Entrance Exam or Merit Basis) will be intimated to candidates accordingly.

  • If a student admitted to the institute is found to have given any false information or suppressed any material information, his/her admission will be cancelled, and fees will not be refunded.
  • Cost of application fee once paid is non-refundable.
  • The institute does not take responsibility for the delay in transit involved in receipt and delivery of any communication between the institute and the applicant.
  • All disputes are subject to the legal jurisdiction of District Ranchi, Jharkhand, (India).
  • Those who are given provisional admission due to non-declaration of their graduation result are required to submit the marks sheet up to 31st October 2020.
  • Students must follow all the rules and regulations, framed from time to time by the institute. Breach of any of these may render him/her liable for penalty under the rules and/or expulsion from the institute

The University reserves the right to alter the course content of the programmes, rules and regulations, teaching schedule, tuition fee payable, boarding and lodging fees and/or any other matter pertaining to its working. The Management’s decision will be deemed as final in all such matters.

(3 Years Programme)

  • Passed 10th Std./ SSC examination.

Lateral Entry (2 Years Programme)

  • Passed 12th Std. examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the Mathematics/ Biology (Botany and Zoology) OR
  • 12th Science (with Mathematics as one of the Subject) or 12th Science with Vocational OR 12th Science with Technical OR
  • 10th + (2 yearss ITI) with appropriate Trade in that order shall be eligible for admission to Second Years Diploma Course(s) of appropriate Programme.
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