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CIVIL ENGINEERING M.E. (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT) EEM – FOUR SEMESTER COURSE SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION I – SEMESTER Code No. Course title Scheme of Instruction Scheme of Examination Total Credits Lec. Tut/drw. Duration of Exam. (hrs) Theory/ Lab./Viva Sess. EEM 1.1 Hydrology & Hydraulics 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 1.2 Environmental Chemistry 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 1.3 Environmental Microbiology 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 1.4 Environmental Sanitation 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 1.5 Statistics & Numerical Techniques 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 1.6 Computer Techniques -- 4 -- 50 50 100 2 EEM 1.7 Lab Tech. –I -- 3 50 50 100 2 Total 20 + 7= 27 450 250 700 24 II – SEMESTER Code No. Course title Scheme of Instruction Scheme of Examination Total Credits Lec. Tut/drw. Duration of Exam. (hrs) Theory/ Lab./Viva Sess. EEM 2.1 Applied Ecology & EIA 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 2.2 Advanced Water Treatment 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 2.3 Advanced Sewage Treatment 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 2.4 Air Pollution & its Control 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 2.5 Solid & Hazardous Waste Management 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 2.6 Parasitology & Occupational Health 4 -- 50 50 100 2 EEM 2.7 Lab Tech. –II -- 3 -- 50 50 100 2 Total 20 + 7= 27 450 250 700 24 III – SEMESTER Code No. Course title Scheme of Instruction Scheme of Examination Total Credits Lec. Tut/drw. Duration of Exam. (hrs) Theory/ Lab./Viva Sess. EEM 3.1 Water Quality Management 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 3.2 Industrial Waste Treatment 4 -- 3 70 30 100 4 EEM 3.3 Design Project -- 3 -- 50 50 100 4 EEM 3.4 Thesis -- 2 -- Total 8+5=13 190 110 300 12 IV-SEMESTER EEM-4.1 Thesis/Dissertation 100 MARKS Credits: 20 GRAND TOTAL 1800 80 Notes : 1. Students have to start Thesis / Dissertation / Project work in III semester itself and have to complete by the end of the IV semester. The thesis is evaluated through defence and Vive–Voce examination with one external examiner nominated by University, HOD, Chairman Board of studies and research guide. 2. The viva-voce for the labs / design projects shall be held with course instructor and one external member from academic institution / industry / R & D organisation.
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CIVIL ENGINEERING M.E. (ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT) EEM – FOUR SEMESTER COURSE I - SEMESTER EEM 1.1 : HYDROLOGY AND HYDRAULICS Chapter 1 : Statistical analysis of Hydrological Data - Rainfall and Runoff estimation, Intensity– Duration frequency Curves, Draft storage with different risks. Chapter 2 : Hydraulics of ground water flow - Non–equilibrium flow, Yield estimations, Interferences - Infiltration galleries, ground water recharge, flow through porous media. Chapter 3 : Transportation of water - Storage capacity, Pumping of Water, Design and selection of economical diameter of pumping main. Chapter 4 : Distribution of Water - Pressure and capacity requirements of distribution system, Analysis of networks, Appurtenances in a distribution layout, detection and prevention of mains. Chapter 5 : Hydraulics of Sewers - Sewers, Sewerage and its appurtenances design of sewers in full and partial flow conditions, Flow at Sewer transitions, Sewage pumping.
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