Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2016 and offers a B.Tech programme in Civil Engineering with an annual intake of 45 students. The Department has a blend of highly qualified and experienced faculty members. It envisages providing students with a good understanding of Civil Engineering solutions in a global, societal and environmental context, consistent with the principles of sustainable development. Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water Resource Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Transportation Engineering, and Engineering Geology are among the specializations offered by the Department. The program will make the students capable of identifying, formulating and solving civil engineering problems that meet specified performance, cost, time, safety and other quality needs and objectives with professional and ethical responsibility. The Department has fully equipped Labs with state-of-the-art equipment. For better awareness and interest of a student, continuous interaction with reputed companies is organized at frequent intervals in the form of special lectures/ workshops/ site visits or exchange of technical knowledge etc. The program emphasizes industry and research-based projects, enhancing their skills to become successful professionals for holistic development.
The Department is actively involved in consultancy service.

Faculties of the Department

Head of Department
NONGMAITHEM ANAND Name : NONGMAITHEM ANAND
Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification:  B. E (CE), M. Tech (Environmental Engineering), Ph. D (Geo-Environmental Engineering) (Pursuing) PG Diploma in Environmental Law (Pursuing)
Specialization: Water and Wastewater Treatment, Solid Waste Management, Air Quality Monitoring and Analysis, Environmental Management, Occupational Health and Safety Management, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Law
Date of Joining: 27/01/2021
Email : anand_n@mtu.ac.in
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Assistant Professor
KOSYGIN LEISHANGTHEM Name : KOSYGIN LEISHANGTHEM
Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification: B. E (Civil Engineering), M. Tech (Earthquake Engineering), B. Sc (Mathematics) [Hr.], Diploma in Multimedia and Web Technology and PGDCA, Ph. D (Pursuing)
Specialization: Earthquake, Disaster Management, Disaster Risk Reduction, Structural Engineering, Optimization
Date of Joining: 15/07/2016
Email : kosygin_l@mtu.ac.in
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GYANEN TAKHELMAYUM Name : GYANEN TAKHELMAYUM
Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification: B. E (CE), M. Tech (Highway Engineering), Ph. D (Pervious Concrete using Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement) (Pursuing)
Specialization: Pavement Materials Characterization, Pavement Stabilization & Reclamation Techniques, Use of RAP for Sustainable Pavements Construction, Geo polymer Concrete Technology, Self-healing Pavement Technology, Design & Construction of Rigid & Flexible Pavements for Highways and Airports, Overlay Design for Both Flexible & Rigid Pavements
Date of Joining: 27/01/2021
Email : gyanen@mtu.ac.in
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KAKCHINGTABAM ANIL SHARMA Name : Kakchingtabam Anil Sharma
Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification: B. Sc (Geology) [Hons.], M. Sc (Earth Sciences), Ph. D (PURSUING)
Specialization: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, Geochemistry
Date of Joining: 27/01/2021
Email : kakchingtabam_anil@mtu.ac.in
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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The Graduates will-

  1. Have successful career in the diversified sectors of the engineering Industry and/ or higher studies by acquiring knowledge in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals.
  2. Analyse and design Civil Engineering systems with social awareness and responsibility.
  3. Exhibit professionalism, ethical approach, communication skills, team work in their profession and adapt to modern trends by engaging in lifelong learning.

Program Outcomes (POs)

On successful completion of the program, Graduates will be able to

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to Civil Engineering problems.
  2. Identify, formulate, research literature and solve complex Civil Engineering problems.
  3. Design various structures or particular system that meets desired specifications and requirements.
  4. Design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyse data, synthesize the information to provide conclusion.
  5. Select and use appropriate engineering techniques and software tools to analyse Civil Engineering problems with understanding of limitations.
  6. Assess local and global impact of societal issues on Civil Engineering profession.
  7. Able to understand the impact of engineering solutions on society and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  8. Demonstrate their professional and ethical responsibilities.
  9. Able to function as a member or a leader on engineering and science laboratory teams, as well as on multidisciplinary teams.
  10. Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.
  11. Understand engineering and management principles and apply to their work as a member and/ or leader in a team to manage projects.
  12. Adapt transform in industry by understanding the need of independent and lifelong learning.

B.Tech (Civil Engineering)

Semester I
Sl.

No.

Course

Type

Course Code Course Name Teaching Scheme Credits
L T P
1 SMC MA1101 Linear Algebra 2 1 0 3
2 SMC PH1101 Optics and Modern Physics 3 0 0 3
3 AEC/SMC EE1101 Basic Electrical Engineering 3 0 0 3
4 AEC ME1101 Engineering Graphics and Design 2 0 4 4
5 AEC CE1101 Engineering Mechanics 3 1 0 4
6 AEC ME1102 Mechanical Fab Shop 0 0 3 1
7 SMC PH1102 Optics and Modern Physics Laboratory 0 0 2 1
8 AEC/SMC EE1102 Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory 0 0 2 1
9 AEC CE1102 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory 0 0 2 1
        13 2 13 21
      Total Academic Engagement and Credits 28 21
Semester II
Sl.

No.

Course

Type

Course Code Course Name Teaching Scheme Credits
L T P
1 SMC MA1202    Univariate Calculus 2 1 0 3
2 SMC PH1201 Solid State Physics and Statistical Thermodynamics 3 0 0 3
3 SMC CH1201 Applied Chemistry 3 0 0 3
4 AEC/SMC EC1201 Basic Electronics Engineering 3 0 0 3
5 AEC CS1201 Programming for Problem Solving 3 0 2 4
6 HMC HS1202 Design Thinking 0 0 2 1
7 HMC HS1201 Professional Communication 2 1 0 3
8 AEC EC1202 Electronics and Computer Workshop 0 0 2 1
9 SMC PH1202 Solid State Physics and Statistical Thermodynamics Laboratory 0 0 2 1
10 SMC CH1202 Applied Chemistry Laboratory 0 0 2 1
        16 2 10 23
      Total Academic Engagement and Credits 28 23
Semester III
Sl.

No.

Course

Type

Code Course Name Teaching Scheme Credits
L T P
1 BSC MA2301 Ordinary Differential Equations and Multivariate Calculus 2 1 0 3
2 BSC BI2301 Biology for Engineers 3 0 0 3
3 IFC ME2313 Interdisciplinary Foundation Course-I

(Computer Aided 3 D Geometric Modelling- offered by Mechanical Department)

1 0 2 2
4 SBC CE2307  Building Planning, Design and Drawing lab 0 0 4 2
5 PCC CE2304   Building Planning, Design and Construction 4 0 0 4
6 PCC CE2306 Strength of Materials                   3 0 0 3
7 PCC CE2305 Fluid Mechanics                        3 1 0 4
8 LC CE2308 Strength of Materials     Lab                   0 0 2 1
9 LC CE2309 Fluid Mechanics    Lab                     0 0 2 1
      Total Academic Engagement and Credits 16 2 10 23
Semester III (Lateral)
Sl.

No.

Course

Type

Code Course Name Teaching Scheme Credits
L T P
1 BSC MA2302 Linear Algebra and Univariate Calculus 4 1 0 5
2 BSC PH2301 Foundation of Physics 3 0 0 3
3 BSC BI2301 Biology for Engineers 3 0 0 3
4 IFC ME2313 Interdisciplinary Foundation Course-I

(Computer Aided 3 D Geometric Modelling- offered by Mechanical Department)

1 0 2 2
5 SBC CE2307  Building Planning, Design and Drawing lab 0 0 4 2
6 PCC CE2304   Building Planning, Design and Construction 4 0 0  4
7 PCC CE2306 Strength of Materials                   3 0 0 3
8 PCC CE2305 Fluid Mechanics                        3 1 0 4
9 LC CE2308 Strength of Materials     Lab                   0 0 2 1
10 LC CE2309 Fluid Mechanics    Lab                     0 0 2 1
      Total Academic Engagement and Credits 21 2 10 28
Semester IV
Sl.

No.

Course

Type

Code Course Name Teaching Scheme Credits
L T P
1 BSC MA2403 Vector Calculus  and Partial Differential Equations 2 1 0 3
2 MLC MG2401 Professional Laws, Ethics and Values 1 0 0 0
3 HSMC HS2403 Innovation and Creativity 1 0 0 1
4 IFC EC2408 Interdisciplinary Foundation Course-II

Sensors and Automation (offered by ECE)

1 0 2 2
5 SBC CE2414 Design and Development of Physical models in Civil Engineering. (an “I-D-P: Ideate-Develop- Prototype” team Micro-project) 0 0 2 1
6 PCC CE2410 Surveying and Geomatics                          3 1 0 4
7 PCC CE2411 Concrete Technology 3 0 0 3
8 PCC CE2412 Structural Mechanics          3 0 0 3
9 PCC CE2413 Environmental Engineering                   3 0 0 3
10 LC CE2415 Surveying Laboratory             0 0 2 1
11 LC CE2416 Concrete technology Lab          0 0 2 1
12 LC CE2417  Environmental Engineering    Lab 0 0 2 1
      Total Academic Engagement and Credits 17 2 10 23
Semester IV (Lateral)
Sr.

No.

Course

Type

Code Course Name Teaching Scheme Credits
L T P
1 BSC MA2404 Multivariate Calculus and Differential Equations 4 1 0 5
2 MLC MG2401 Professional Laws, Ethics and Values 1 0 0 0
3 HSMC HS2403 Innovation and Creativity 1 0 0 1
4 IFC EC2408 Interdisciplinary Foundation Course-II

Sensors and Automation (offered by ECE)

1 0 2 2
5 SBC CE2414 Design and Development of Physical models in Civil Engineering. (an “I-D-P: Ideate-Develop- Prototype” team Micro-project) 0 0 2 1
6 PCC CE2410 Surveying and Geomatics                          3 1 0 4
7 PCC CE2411 Concrete Technology 3 0 0 3
8 PCC CE2412 Structural Mechanics          3 0 0 3
9 PCC CE2413 Environmental Engineering                   3 0 0 3
10 LC CE2415 Surveying Laboratory             0 0 2 1
11 LC CE2416 Concrete Technology Lab          0 0 2 1
12 LC CE2417  Environmental Engineering    Lab 0 0 2 1
      Total Academic Engagement and Credits 19 2 10 25
Semester V
Course Type. Course Code. Course Name L-T-P-C
 MLC CE3518 Environmental Studies  1-0-0-0
 IFC EC3508 Interdisciplinary Foundation Course-III – Internet of Things and Applications  2-0-0-2
 HSSC HS3506 Humanities and Social Sciences Course-II 
Engineering Economics 
2-0-0-2
 SBC CE3527 Skill focused laboratory course of the domain – Survey Camp  0-0-2-1
 PCC CE3519 Design of Steel Structures  3-0-0-3
 PCC CE3522 Engineering Geology  3-0-0-3
 PCC CE3520 Geotechnical Engineering  3-1-0-4
 PCC CE3521 Transportation Engineering  4-0-0-4
 LC CE3523 Design of Steel Structures Lab  0-0-2-1
 LC CE3526 Engineering Geology Lab  0-0-2-1
 LC  CE3524  Geotechnical Engineering Lab   0-0-2-1
 LC  CE3525  Transportation Engineering Lab   0-0-2-1
    Total Credits 23
Semester VI
Course Type. Course Code. Course Name L-T-P-C
 BSC   MA3601  Probability and Statistics for Enqineers   2-1-0-3
 MLC  HS3603  Constitution of India   1-0-0-0
 HSSC  HS3604  Humanities and Social Sciences Course-I 
English Proficiency Language
 2-0-0-2
 HSSC  MG3602  Entrepreneurship Principles and Process   1-0-0-1
 SBC  CE3646  Mini project: D-S-P-T 
[Design-Simulate-Prototype-Test]
 0-0-4-2
 IOC  CE3633  Interdisciplinary Open Course-I 
Geoinformatics and Applications
 2-0-0-2
 DEC Department Elective -I/Industry floated Course/Co-Taught Course   3-0-0-3
 CE3637  Advanced Surveying
CE3638   Design of Hydraulic Structures
CE3639   Foundation Engineering
CE3640  Green Building Practices
CE3641  Matrix Analysis of Structures
 CE3642  Computational Methods in Civil Engineering
 PCC  CE3634  Construction Management  3-0-0-3
 PCC  CE3635  Design of RC Structures   3-0-0-3
 PCC  CE3636  Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering   3-1-0-4
 LC  CE3643  Construction Management Lab   0-0-2-1
 LC  CE3644  Design of RC Structures Lab   0-0-2-1
 LC  CE3645  Water Resources Engineering Lab   0-0-2-1
     Total  26
    Total Academic Engagement and Credits (Max)  25
Semester VII
Course No. Course Name L-T-P-C
HS xx HSS III 2-0-0-4
CE 401 Transportation Engineering II 3-0-0-6
CE 4xx Departmental Elective I 3-0-0-6
CE 4xx Departmental Elective II 3-0-0-6
XX 4xx Open Elective I 3-0-0-6
CE 431     Computational lab. 0-0-3-3
  Total Credits 14-0-3-31
Semester VIII
Course No. Course Name L-T-P-C
CE xxx Departmental Elective III 3-0-0-6
CE xxx Departmental Elective IV 3-0-0-6
HS 4xx Open Elective II 3-0-0-6
CE 432 Project 0-0-9-9
  Total Credits 9-0-9-27

Internship Records

List of the students for Summer Internship 2022
Sl. No Name Regd. No. Sem Department / Company Duration Remark
1 Ruth Kimngaithem 1901CE0107 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
2 Gailangam Kahmei 1901CE0133 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
3 Dl Methil Maring 2001CE0302 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
4 Ramhui Daime 20170100233 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
5 Emy Niangkhanlun 1901CE0116 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
6 Merry Seng Jadup Marip 1901CE0201 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
7 Holyson Pamei 1901CE0119 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
8 Raningaipou Gangmei 2001CE0301 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
9 Shangyaola Kasar 1901CE0137 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
10 Chungamlung Panmei 1901CE0130 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
11 P.G. Karimgai 2001CE0303 6th SRAM India Developers Pvt. Ltd 1 Month Pile Foundation
12 Oinam Kingson Singh 1901CE0114 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
13 Ronaljit Yumlembam 1901CE0131 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
14 Kharibam Subhash Singh 1901CE0128 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
15 Longjam Shidarth Singh 1901CE0124 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
16 Kamgoulien Singson 1901CE0117 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
17 Nehthang 1901EE0117 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
18 N.Khaigoulen Touthang 1901CE0110 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
19 Thang Lian Mung 1901CE0115 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
20 Leimapokpam Newton Singh 1901CE0105 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
21 Khundrakpam Guljeet Singh 1901CE0108 6th NHPC 1 Month Site Training
22 Md. Salman Khursid 2001CE0306 6th North East Frontier Railway (Construction) 1 Month Tunneling Work
23 Md Sabir Ahamed 1901CE0106 6th North East Frontier Railway (Construction) 1 Month Tunneling Work
24 Mk Sahima 2001CE0305 6th North East Frontier Railway (Construction) 1 Month Tunneling Work
25 Md Mustakim 1901CE0122 6th North East Frontier Railway (Construction) 1 Month Tunneling Work
26 Yumkhaibam Mishad Hussain 1901CE0125 6th North East Frontier Railway (Construction) 1 Month Tunneling Work
27 Joseph Lalruotlien 1901CE0134 6th North East Frontier Railway (Construction) 1 Month Tunneling Work
28 Thingujam Hemi Khumancha 1901CE0135 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
29 Laishram Aldish Singh 1901CE0111 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
30 Tongbram Jamesbond 1901CE0126 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
31 Yumnam Komila Chanu 1901CE0113 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
32 Priyanka Ayekpam 1901CE0104 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
33 Athokpam Keshorjit Meitei 20001CE0307 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
34 Thongam Arjun Singh 1901CE0138 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
35 Leishangthem Dhanapiyari 1901CE0103 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
36 Yenshembam Jotin Singh 1901CE0003 6th PWD 1 Month Bridge Division
37 Lourembam Elizabeth 1901CE0002 6th PWD 1 Month Monitoring and Quality Control Division
38 Kshetrimayum Milky 1901CE0121 6th PWD 1 Month Monitoring and Quality Control Division
39 Veronica Huirem 1901CE0102 6th PWD 1 Month Monitoring and Quality Control Division
40 Soibam Premita Devi 1901CE0123 6th PWD 1 Month Monitoring and Quality Control Division
41 Charanga Menaishim Maring 2001CE0304 6th Indian Knowledge System Internship 2 Months Traditional Architecture and Construction Technique (Yumsharol)
42 N. Adahrii 2101CE0803 4th Indian Knowledge System Internship 2 Months Traditional Architecture and Construction Technique (Yumsharol)
43 Ninglum Sharon 1901CE0120 6th L&T (Larsen and Toubro) 1Month Construction regional cancer hospital

Achievements

2022
Sl. No. Activity Year Mentor(s)
1. Winner of Smart India Hackathon (Theme: Heritage and Culture) 2022 Nongmaithem Anand
2. 2nd Runners Up of Smart India Hackathon (Theme: Disaster Management) 2022 Kosygin Leishangthem
3. 2nd Runners Up of Manipur IT Start Up Challenge 2022 Nongmaithem Anand
4. UNESCO-INDIA-AFRICA(UIA) Hackathon. (Theme: Energy) 2022 Nongmaithem Anand
2021
Sl. No. Activity Year Mentor(s)
1. 1st Position in Video Making and Poster Making competition for Covid -19 Awareness under Unnat Bharat Abhiyan 2021 Nongmaithem Anand
2019
Sl. No. Activity Year Mentor(s)
1. 2nd Position in Technical Paper Presentation, College of Engineering Pune, Maharashtra 2019 Nongmaithem Anand
2. Best Oral Presentation in National Conference, Dhanamanjuri University, Manipur 2019 Kosygin Leishangthem
3. 2nd Position in AutoCAD Design Competition, Manipur Institute of Technology, Manipur 2019 Gyanen Takhelmayum
2018
Sl. No. Activity Year Mentor(s)
1. Start-Up Manipur II (Group 1), Govt. of Manipur 2018 Nongmaithem Anand
2. Start-Up Manipur II (Group 2), Govt. of Manipur 2018 Nongmaithem Anand
2017
Sl.
No.
Activity Year Mentor(s)
1. H. Jonabram Singh 2nd Position in the Inter College Debate Competition organised by National Institute of Technology, Imphal 2017 NA

Placement Records

2018-2019 Batch
Placement Records for passed out students of 2018-2019 batch
Sl.No. Name Regd. No. Year of Placement Department/
Company
Remark
1 Shimaran Yengkokpam 20180100336 2022 APPIBOM UNIVERSAL LTD On-campus
2017-2018 Batch
Placement Records for passed out students of 2017-2018 batch
Sl.No. Name Regd. No. Year of Placement Department/
Company
Remark
1 Seigoulun Lhungdim 20170100208 2022 APPIBOM UNIVERSAL LTD On-campus
2 TS Nelson Aimol 20180100258 8 February 2022 KMV PROJECT PVT LMT Off campus
2016-2017 Batch
Placement Records for passed out students of 2016-2017 batch
Sl.No. Name Regd. No. Year of Placement Department/
Company
Remark
1 Gurumayum Chanslar Sharma 20160100026 2021 Rural Engineering Department Off campus
2 Disungbou Pamei 20160100020 2021 Rural Engineering Department Off campus
3 Charanga Sonia 20160100016 2021 Rural Engineering Department Off campus
4 Guidin Gangmei 20160100024 2020 APPIBOM UNIVERSAL LTD Off campus
5 Meijjianthui Gangmei 20170100154 2021 Rural Engineering Department Off campus
6 Aribam Robinson Sharma 20160100002 2020 MAHUD Department Bishnupur Off campus
7 Sorokhaibam Nanao Devi 20160100113 2022 MOBEDS Off campus
8 Begum Khaleda Zia 2016010013 2022 MOBEDS Off campus
9 Ph.Rabiya Sultana 20160100097 2022 MOBEDS Off campus
10 Ngangom Priti 20160100087   APPIBOM UNIVERSAL LTD Off campus
11 Hungyo Maiyahor 20160100030 November 2020 SDO/BDO, Chingai, Ukhrul Off campus
12 Sailash Aimol 20170100138 8 February 2022 Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Government of Manipur Off campus
13 TS Letgoulen Haokip 20160100129 2022 Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Government of Manipur Off campus

Laboratories

Contact

For any query related to B.Tech Programme in Civil Engineering, please send us a mail to do_civil@mtu.ac.in 

Engineering Geology Laboratory

About

In engineering geology lab classes, UG students handle actual hand specimens of rocks and minerals. Based on their natural physical properties, they would identify the minerals and rocks. An additional component of it is the analysis of geological maps in conjunction with civil engineering projects. Additionally, a field excursion is also planned for this course. The students will be able to recognise the various geological structures like faults, folds, bedding, joints etc. in the field area.

Laboratory equipment

  • Rock-forming mineral samples: olivine, pyroxene, amphibole, quartz, feldspar group, garnet, mica, talc, chlorite, asbestos, calcite, gypsum, etc
  • Ore forming mineral samples: magnetite, hematite, pyrite, pyrolusite, graphite, chromite etc
  • Rock samples: Igneous (granite, basalt, gabbro, lamprophyre), Sedimentary (sandstone, shale, limestone, and conglomerate) and Metamorphic (marble, slate, phyllite, gneiss, schist)
  • 3D model of geological structure and landform
  • Petrographic polarised light microscope
  • Geological map
  • Field training
A student observing rock thin section in Petrological Microscope
A student observing rock thin section in Petrological Microscope
Identification of mineral hand specimen
Identification of mineral hand specimen
Mineral-hand-specimen-identification
Mineral hand specimen identification
Geological Field Trip
Geology Lab
3D model of landform and geological structure
3D model of landform and geological structure
Geological Field Trip

Reference Books

  • A.K. Sen, Laboratory Manual of Geology, Modern Book Agency Private Limited, Calcutta.
  • P.K. Mukerjee, Textbook of Geology, World Press Pvt. Ltd., Kolkatta
  • Laboratory Manual in Physical Geology, Person

 

Utilisation: This lab is used by all third-year (5th Semester) UG students in the department.

Faculty In-charge:  Kakchingtabam Anil Sharma (Assistant Professor)

Co-ordinator: Oinam Ichan Devi (Lab Assistant)

Civil Computer Application Laboratory

About

To make the practical assignments for UG students’ coursework more manageable, the Department of Civil Engineering built the Civil Computer Application Laboratory. This lab would support learning and research-related tasks. Students can come into this Lab to use the Personal Computer with the most recent versions of IGIS, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Office Excel as needed for project support. This lab would help the students to become globally competitive and industry-ready.

Laboratory Equipment

  • 34 Personal Computer
  • AutoCAD for BPD & Water Resources
  • Microsoft Office Excel for Water Resources
  • Microsoft Project for Construction Management
Software training class in Computer Application Laboratory
Software training class in Computer Application Laboratory
Software training class in Computer Application Laboratory
Software training class in Computer Application Laboratory

List of Experiments

  • BPD – Basic AutoCAD Command
  • WR – Design of Gravity Dam, Construction of phreatic line of Earth dam, Stability Analysis of Earth dam.
  • CM- Preparation of Microsoft Project schedule for RCC Building

Utilisation: This lab is used by all undergraduate students in the university.

Faculty In-charge:  Nongmaithem Anand (Assistant Professor)

Co-ordinator: Meijianglung Malangmei (Lab Assistant)

Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

About

Geotechnical engineering is the branch of civil engineering that is responsible for determining the strength and engineering behaviour of both soil and rocks. Geotechnical engineering is important in civil engineering since every construction is carried out on the ground and understanding the behaviour of the ground materials (soil and rocks) before construction is essential to prevent failure of the structure. In the Geotechnical Engineering laboratory, students are familiarized with instruments being used for various geotechnical investigations. Additionally, the students will learn how to use the various geotechnical laboratory tools and comprehend the significance of soil testing. Furthermore, the fundamentals of examining the subsurface conditions of a construction site, determining the strength of the ground materials, determining the relevant physical/mechanical and chemical properties of these materials, evaluating and assessing risks related to site conditions, monitoring site conditions, and much more will also be taught to the students.

Laboratory Equipment

  • Triaxial testing machine
  • Unconfined Compression testing machine
  • Direct shear test
  • Core cutter
  • Specify gravity test using Pycnometer and Density bottle
  • Balance & scale
  • Standard Proctor Test Apparatus
  • Modified Proctor Test Apparatus
  • Sand Replacement Test Sets
  • Liquid limit device (Casagrande apparatus)
  • Plastic Limit Test Sets
  • Falling Head Soil Permeability Apparatus
  • Constant Head Permeability Apparatus
  • Consolidation test Apparatus
  • California Bearing Ratio machine
  • Hot air oven
  • Point load testing machine
  • Compressive strength testing machine
Laboratory tools for Geotechnical Engineering
Grain size analysis by a student at the Geotechnical Lab
Grain size analysis by a student at the Geotechnical Lab
Laboratory tools for Geotechnical Engineering
Laboratory tools for Geotechnical Engineering

Reference Books

  • Soil Mechanics and Foundation B.C. Punmia, Ashok Kumar Jain
  • Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering by K. R. Arora
  • Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Ranjan Gopal.
  • Laboratory Testing of Soils, Rocks and Aggregates by N.Sivakugan

Faculty In-charge:  Ningthoujam Jibanchand (Guest Lecturer)

Co-ordinator: Oinam Ichan Devi (Lab Assistant)

Surveying Laboratory

About

Surveying Laboratory is fully furnished with all the necessary equipment and tools that aid in a student’s overall comprehension and practical knowledge. The methods for using both conventional and contemporary instruments to collect field data are taught to students.

Additionally, students will learn how to effectively use fundamental surveying tools like theodolite, tacheometry, total station, and GPS. They will also gain the necessary knowledge to perform triangulation and astronomical surveying as well as general field marking for a variety of engineering projects, site locations, etc.

Laboratory Equipment

  • Total Station 
  • GPS
  • Auto level & Dumpy level
  • Vernier Theodolite & Transit Theodolite
  • Prismatic Compass and Surveyor’s Compass
  • Plane Table
  • Levelling Staff
  • Tripod, Alidade, Plumbing Fork, Spirit Level, Trough Compass
  • Optical Square & Cross Staff
  • Metric Chain, Tape, Plumb Bob, Peg, Ranging Rod & Arrows
  • Software- IGIS

Reference Books

  • Punmia B. C Laxmi Publication (P) Ltd. New Delhi

Faculty In-charge:  Yaikhomba  Moirangthem (Guest Lecturer)

Co-ordinator: Meijianglung Malangmei (Lab Assistant)

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

About

The fluid mechanics laboratory is run in association with the theory course Fluid Mechanics. It is the introductory course where flow behaviour and fluid force are introduced. In this laboratory class, Students will be able to distinguish and calibrate different flow measuring devices, characterize the flow field based on the Reynolds number, measure the pressure distribution on streamlined to calibrate the friction in pipe and visualize the flow around the objects using flow visualization techniques.

Laboratory Equipment

The list of Equipments and its purposes are listed below:

Sl.No Name of Equipment  Purpose of Equipment
1 Hydraulic Bench To experiment with a hydraulic bench, with separate experiential setups i.e., Hydrostatic Pressure, Flow over Weirs, Bernoulli’s Theorem, and Flow meter Demonstration.
2 Bernoulli’s theorem apparatus To study the flow through a variable area duct and verify Bernoulli’s energy equation.
3 Venturimeter & orifice meter apparatus To determine the coefficient of discharge for an obstruction flow meter.
5 Head Loss in pipe fitting due to valves and bonds, sudden enlargement & contraction apparatus To determine the head loss in a pipeline due to sudden expansion / sudden contraction/ bend.
6 Laminar and turbulent flow To determine Laminar and turbulent flow
7 Impact jet To study hydraulic force

 

Fluid Mechanics Lab Equipment
Fluid Mechanics Lab Equipment
Student performing experiment in Fluid Mechanics Lab
Student performing experiment in Fluid Mechanics Lab
Student performing experiment in Fluid Mechanics Lab
Student performing experiment in Fluid Mechanics Lab

Faculty-in-charge: Nongmaithem Anand (Assistant Professor)

Co-ordinator: Veineilam Kipgen (Lab Assistant)

Transportation Engineering Laboratory

About

The Transportation Engineering lab has the equipment required to conduct all standardized tests to assess the quality of highway materials and pavement evaluation. In this lab class, students will be able to infer the suitability of the materials for the construction of the road. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course of transportation engineering.

The objective of the Transportation Engineering laboratory is to determine some of the properties of coarse aggregates and bitumen. Experiments include tests for impact, abrasion, attrition test and crushing strength for coarse aggregate and tests for penetration, ductility, viscosity, softening point and flash and fire point for bitumen.

Laboratory Equipment

List of Experiment conducted in Aggregate Materials

Sl. No Name of Equipment Name of Experiments for Bitumen
1 Pycnometer Specific Gravity
2 Impact Testing Machine Impact test
3 Aggregate Crushing Machine Aggregate Crushing Value Test
4 Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine Los Angeles Abrasion test
5 Set of wire mesh type test sieve  Sieve Analysis
6 Standard thickness gauge & Standard-length gauge Shape Test

 

List of Experiments conducted in Bituminous Materials

Sl. No Name of Equipment Name of Experiments
1 Pycnometer Specific Gravity
2 Penetrometer Penetration test
3 Ring and Ball Apparatus Softening Point
4 Ductility Testing Machine Ductility/Elastic Recovery
5 Viscometer Viscosity
6 Pensky-Martens Closed Cup & Open Cup tester Flash & Fire point
7 Marshal stability testing Machine Marshal stability test (Bituminous mixes)
8 Bump Indicator Road roughness measurement (Pavement)
Laboratory apparatus for Transportation Engineering
Laboratory apparatus for Transportation Engineering
Road Testing Machine in Transportation Engineering Laboratory
Road Testing Machine in Transportation Engineering Laboratory
Laboratory apparatus for Transportation Engineering
Laboratory apparatus for Transportation Engineering

Faculty-in-charge: Gyanen Takhelmayum (Assistant Professor)

Co-ordinator: Veineilam Kipgen (Lab Assistant) & Oinam Ichan Devi (Lab Assistant)

Structural Engineering Laboratory

About

The objective of the strength of materials lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments. In this lab the experiments are performed to measure the properties of the materials such as impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness etc.

Laboratory Equipment

  • Hydraulic Universal Testing Machine 
  • Compression Testing Machine
  • Torsion Testing Machine
  • Non-Destructive testing (NDT) like – Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity, Digital Schmidt Rebound Hammer, Analog rebound Hammer etc

List of Experiments

  • Concrete Lab
  • Material Testing Lab
  • Non-Destructive Testing

Utilisation: This lab is used by all undergraduate students in the university.

Faculty In-charge:  Kosygin Leishangthem (Assistant Professor)

Updated as, on 23/11/2022