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  • At BMU, the students are driving innovation in engineering and working on real-time projects with the goal of making a positive difference in the world. The B.Tech programme at BMU aims to deepen the knowledge and skills of students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them for their professional work involving analysis, systems implementation, operation, production and maintenance of various applications.

    The curriculum is designed to make learning engaging, ignite passion with great focus on the hands-on approach. Students are given electives to choose from in their third and fourth year so that they have the option to dive deep into their branch or take up courses from other branches which will improve employability. Engineering students are taught Liberal Arts, soft skills, history, sociology, design as we want our students to take up leadership roles in whichever organisation they are in. It is line with our institutional values of Innovate, Inquire and Impact, students are encouraged to come up with innovative ideas, ask questions, design solutions, fabricate projects and make something with their hands and then make a strong impact. For this, we provide our students Workshop of the future which allows them to give shape to their ideas, develop prototypes and develop products with perfection.

    Courses like Joy of Engineering, Critical Reasoning and Systems Thinking to encourage students to work on real-life problems and become better citizens of the world. Students learn how to help solve some of the biggest global challenges facing humanity, like climate change, aging populations, food, clean water, and energy.

    Syllabus

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    PerspectiveJoy of Engineering1022
    SkillCommunicating and Presenting Skills2023
    FoundationWorkshop Practice1043
    FoundationComputing Fundamentals & C3024
    FoundationChemistry2023
    FoundationMathematics-I3104
    FoundationPhysical-l2124
    Semester Total Credits23

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    PerspectiveWorld Civilizations2002
    FoundationData Structures3024
    SkillWriting Skills2023
    FoundationEnvironmental Studies3003
    FoundationMathematics-Il3104
    FoundationPhysical-ll2124
    FoundationBasic Electrical and Electronics Practice2023
    Semester Total Credits23
    InternshipPractice School -I1

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    FoundationMathematics-III3104
    PerspectiveCritical Reasoning & Systems Thinking2002
    FoundationEngineering Drawing & Computer Aided Graphics1043
    SkillEtiquette and Conversational Skills2002
    CoreMechanics of Solids3104
    CoreSurveying and Geomatics2124
    CoreConstruction: Materials, Technology, and Practices3003
    Semester Total Credits22

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    PerspectiveEmerging Life Sciences2002
    FoundationEmerging Material Science and Applications3003
    CoreHydraulics and Fluid Mechanics3024
    CoreStructural Analysis – I3104
    CoreConcrete Technology3024
    CoreCivil Engineering: Drawing, Estimation, and Costing1123
    CoreGeotechnical Engineering3024
    Semester Total Credits24
    InternshipPractice School -II6

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    PerspectiveUnderstanding Business2002
    SkillSelling, Negotiating, and Persuading Skills2002
    CoreStructural Analysis – II3104
    CoreTransportation Engineering – I3024
    CoreDesign of Concrete Structures3024
    CoreOpen Channel Flow3003
    Core ElectiveCore Elective – I3003
    Semester Total Credits22

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    PerspectiveContemporary Challenges: Social and Political2002
    Open Elective3003
    CoreDesign of Steel Structures3024
    CoreTransportation Engineering – II3003
    CoreSustainable Infrastructure and Green Buildings3003
    CoreWater Resource Systems3003
    Core ElectiveCore Elective – II3104
    Semester Total Credits22

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    PerspectiveInnovation and Entrepreneurship2002
    PerspectiveGood Citizenry2002
    Open Elective3003
    CoreConstruction Projects: Management and Economics3104
    Core ElectiveCore Elective – III3003
    Core ElectiveCore Elective – IV3003
    Core ElectiveCore Elective – V3003
    Semester Total Credits20

    CategoryCourse TitleLTPTC
    InternshipPractice School-III18
    Semester Total Credits18

    Course Title
    Environmental Engineering
    Water and Waste Water Engineering
    Geomatics Engineering
    Advanced Geotechnical Engineering
    Design of Industrial Structures
    Prestressed Concrete Structures
    Introduction to Finite Element Methods
    Computer Aided Drawing and Design of Structures
    Introduction to Earthquake Resistant Design of RC Structures
    Repair and Rehabilitation of Structures
    Infrastructure Maintenance and Management
    National Building Code and Building Services
    Transportation Planning and Management
    Smart Cities: Urban Planning and Infrastructure Management
    Sustainable Development and Life Cycle Assessment

    Please Note: The course curriculum is subject to revision.

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