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Re: Jamia Millia Islamia B E

Jamia Millia Islamia was founded in 1920, it a public central university and It became a Central University by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1988.

Here I am giving you details about B.E.(Civil Engineering) course…
B.E.(Civil Engineering)

No. of Seats: 70

Programme/Course Fee: Rs. 9,800

First Year
Communication skills
Applied science
Geology & building
Solid mechanics
Hydraulics I

Second Year
Numerical analysis &
Computer applications
Works management
Archi. & town planning
Theory of structures I
Hydraulics II

Jamia Millia Islamia B E course details
B.E. (Civil Engineering)
Paper Code BE – 101 (Lectures-Tutorial-Practical)/Week (2 – 1 – 3)
Course Marks (Mid-End-Total) (50 – 50 – 50 – 150)
Course Objectives
To enable students improve their lexical, grammatical and communicative competence.
To emphasize the importance of language in academic and employability.
To enhance their communicative skills in real life situations.
To assist students understand the role of thinking in all forms of communication.
To equip students with oral and appropriate written communication skills.
To assist students with employability and job search skills.
Course Learning Outcome
To help students achieve proficiency in English and develop their professional
communication skills to meet the demand in the field of global communication to
enable them to acquire placement anywhere with ease and confidence.
Course Description
Unit -I : Essential Grammar
The Unit will strengthen the understanding and clarity of grammar items listed below
which will be taken up rigorously vide a series of Cloze gap-filling passages for
practice .
- Articles, prepositions
- Conjunction and connectors
- Tenses
- Voices
- prefixes/ Suffixes
- synonyms and antonyms
Unit - II : Comprehension Skills
The unit is aimed at bringing about clarity of words, eliminating confusion, identifying
ambiguities and English vocabulary building. Unseen passages will be administered
B.E. (Civil Engineering)
for reading aloud to build confidence to face an audience, improve pronunciation and
- Confusing words,
- Idioms and phrases
- One word substitution
- Common errors
- Vocabulary building
- Unseen passages
Unit - III : Composition Skills
This unit is devoted to enhancing writing skills and familiarity with formats of different
- Para writing
- Drafting
- Précis/ Briefs
- Business correspondence: (letters, applications, reports and responses, press releases)
Unit – IV: Computer Skills 15
This unit aimed at practical communication where the students are required to do
correspondence through emails, write reports using MS Word, do equations and
plotting/drawings using MS Excel, research themes on web, make a power - point presentation.
Text Books
English and Communication Skills for Students of Science and Engineering, Dhanavel
.S.P., Orient Blackswan Ltd., 2009.
Technical Communication- Principles and Practice, Meenakshi Raman and Sangeetha
Sharma, Oxford University Press, 2009.
Reference Books
English for Engineers, by Department of English and Foreign Languages, SRM University
Publications, 2013.
B.E. (Civil Engineering)
Paper Code BE – 102 (Lectures-Tutorial-Practical)/Week (3 – 0 – 0 )
Course Marks (Mid-End-Total) (50 – 100 – 150)
Course Objectives
Students should be proficient in the application of the laws of logic to mathematical statements.
Students encounter this rigorous mathematical thinking in the pre-requisite linear algebra course, and expand
and sharpen those skills in the required courses in analysis.
To equip themselves familiar with the functions of several variables.
To familiarize with the applications of differential equations.
Course Learning Outcome
The course aims to impart student with the analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the
respective branches of Engineering.
Course Description
Unit - I
B.E. (Civil Engineering)
Successive differentiation and Leibnitz theorem, partial differentiation and total differentiation, homogeneous function
(Euler’s theorem), and change of independent variable (Transformation formulae). Errors and approximations, Radius of
curvature, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s expansion for one, two, and for more than two variables, Maxima-Minima, Method
of Lagrange’s undetermined multiplier.
Unit - II
Multiple integral; double and triple integrals, change of order in double integration, Jacobian transformation and
application to transform double and triple integrals to polar, spherical polar and cylindrical coordinates, application to
General linear differential equations with constant coefficients and their application to Civil Engineering problems.
Unit - III
Direction cosines and direction ratios, plane and systems of planes, straight line, plane and a line, shortest distance,
sphere, and tangent plane.
Review scalars and vector product of two and three vectors, applications to work done, moment of a force and angular
velocity of a body, vector and scalar point functions, level surface, vector differential operator, Normal and tangent to
level surface, Direction derivative, Grade of scalar point function. Divergence and curl of vector point functions, group
formulae on Grad, Divergence and curl.
Line integral, surface integral, Volume integral, Green’s Stoke’s and Gauss’s divergence theorem.
Unit - IV
Fourier series definition, Euler-Fourier formulae, full range series, full range series in arbitrary interval, even-odd
functions, half range sine and cosine series.
Laplace and inverse Laplace transformations and their applications in solution of linear differential equations with
B.E. (Civil Engineering)
constant coefficients.
Laplace transform of period, unit impulse, delta-Darac and Heaviside functions with problems.
Unit - V
Transpose, adjoint and inverse of matrix, solution of equations by matrix method.
De-Moivre’s theorem and its applications, review to complex numbers, function and analytic functions (C-R equations),
conjugate harmonic functions, orthogonal system of curves, conformal mapping-Bilinear transformation and cross-ratio,
residue theorem.
Measure of central tendency, measure of dispersion; Probability –Additive Multiplication theorem, Binomial, Poisson
and Normal probabilities.
Text Books
A Text Book of Engineering Maths and Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Mathur & Jaggi, Khanna Publishers
Elementary Engineering Mathmatics and Higher Engineering Mathematcs, B S Grewal, Khanna Publishers
Higher Engineering Mathematics, B V Ramana, Tata McGrawHill
Reference Books
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Jain & Iyenger, Narosa Publishing House
Engineering Mathematics, Vol.I by Kandasamy P etal.4th revised edition), Chand .S &Co., New Delhi, 2000.
Advanced Mathematics for Engineering students, Volume I by Narayanan .S, Manicavachagom Pillay T.K,
Ramanaiah, (2nd edition), S.Viswanathan Printers and Publishers, 1992.
Engineering Mathematics – First Year (2nd edition), by Venkataraman .M.K., National Publishing Co., Chennai,

Contact detail:
Jamia Millia Islamia
Jamia Nagar, Zakir Nagar Okhla
New Delhi, Delhi 110025


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