Head of the Department
Dr. Sabyasachi Chandra
B.E (Civil), M.Tech (Structural Engg, IITG), Ph.D. (Struct. Engg, IITKgp)
• Solid Mechanics Lab
• Surveying Practice I & II
• Fluid Mechanics Lab
• Engineering Geology Lab
• Soil Mechanics Lab I & II
• Concrete Technology Lab
• Building Design and Drawing Lab
• CAD Laboratory
• Environmental Engineering Lab
• Highway & Transportation Engineering Lab
CIVIL ENGINEERING (CE)
Year of establishment: 2010
B.Tech. in Civil Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2010
Current Intake: 120
To transform the department into a global center of learning through
synergic application of understanding, creativity, innovation and
Our core mission is to educate, inside and outside the classroom to
achieve excellence in education and train the leaders of tomorrow.
Our undergraduate degree programme aims to provide a great platform
for learning by offering variety of subject choices covering
broad/frontier areas of civil engineering.
Civil Engineering at BCREC Durgapur is a dynamic and growing
department, with emphasis on the advances of education and research in
engineering education keeping in mind the needs of the built and
natural environments for a sustainable development of the society.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
1. To impart quality education by exposing the students to the
fundamentals as well as to the practical issues involved in the analysis,
design and construction of structural systems, by offering variety of
subject choices covering broad/ frontier areas of Civil Engineering; to
encourage higher studies and research keeping pace with the current
2. To impart adequate insights and hands-on exposure for the planning,
design, construction and maintenance of Civil Engineering systems and
communicate the ideas effectively with the other members of the society.
3. To train the leader of tomorrow by imparting required skills, values,
professionalism, team works and a sense of responsibility for the
sustainable growth of the society.
a. Able to recognize and recall the fundamental principles of basic
sciences and engineering required for an application in Civil Engineering.
b. Able to interpret and differentiate basic Civil Engineering problems by
associating them with the experiments.
c. Able to apply Civil Engineering knowledge to design practical and
sustainable solutions of Civil Engineering problems.
d. Able to analyze complex Civil Engineering problems, investigate and
correlate theoretical and practical data to ensure valid conclusions.
e. Able to access relevant Civil Engineering techniques, tools and IS
codes, including new measurement, material, construction, computational
and testing techniques.
f. Able to identify the professional responsibilities towards social
safety, legal and cultural issues.
g. Able to justify and influence the knowledge of engineering solutions in
social and environmental contexts for sustainable development.
h. Able to comply with standard professional practices.
i. Able to act as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team and to
assume leadership role in Civil Engineering activities.
j. Able to communicate effectively by oral, written, graphical and
k. Able to adhere to the basics of project management, business, finance
with a matured leadership attitude in multidisciplinary environments.
l. Able to select the options available for sustainable development
through the process of lifelong learning.