Civil Engineering has a vital role in execution of civil works for the development.
The subject of land surveying has prime importance in civil industry i.e.
construction of buildings, roads, bridges, airports, drains, sewer lines, water
supplies, canal, dams, docks & harbors, railway lines, oil & gas pipe lines, and
urban / rural development projects.
Keeping in view the local & public sectors this curriculum is designed /
developed to accelerate the surveying skills in order to produce skilful &
capable workforce to meet the job market.
On successful completion of this course, the trainee should be able to: -
1. Explain the surveying, object of survey and work of a surveyor.
2. Explain the principles, Classification and primary Division of Survey.
3. Define the source of errors and checking technique of surveying
4. Define the temporary adjustment technique of instruments.
5. Describe the measurements (Linear & Angular)
6. Express the chain Surveying
7. Express the tackling of problems in Various Surveying Techniques.
8. Explain the use of all small/handy surveying instruments.
9. Explain the compass survey.
10. Define the solution of problems in compass survey.
11. Describe the method of plane table survey.
12. Describe the levelling and leveling terms
13. Describe the levelling Instruments.
14. Describe the temporary adjustment of level.
15. Describe the principles of levelling
16. Explain the reduction of levels.
17. Explain the classification of levelling.
18. Explain the computation of earthwork.
19. Explain the contouring.
20. Define the theodolite survey by traversing and triangulation.
21. Express the designing and setting out of simple/circular, transition
composes and vertical curves.
22. Express the horizontal and vertical and slop distance by tachometer.
23. Describe the equipment and procedure Photogramatery.
24. Define the total station, background and its uses.
25. Describe the operations of total station and booking the fields notes.
26. Explain the oral and writing improvement in communication skill.
This course program includes extensive field practice in the use of electronic and optical instruments used for measuring distance, elevations and angles from one point to another.In this context, our students experience live work on latest equipment such as lite auto level GPS, total station electronics laser, and lite DTSA.
Our experts from industry as part of our curriculum committee, review course outline time to time and make them up-to-date according to latest industry requirement and trends world over.
This course will introduced the fundamentals of surveying measurements to provide a broad
overview of the surveying instrumentation (Total Station, Digital Level), procedures, measurement
corrections and reductions, survey datums, and computations that are required to produce a
topographical map or a site plan for engineering and design projects. This course covers three main
themes: 1) terrestrial-based survey measurements, 2) space-based positioning (Global Positioning
System (GPS)) and surveying (Remote Sensing) techniques, and automated mapping with
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Fundamentals of terrestrial surveying measurements include leveling, distances, and angle
measurements to compute Orthometric heights relative to a vertical survey datum and 2-D Cartesian
coordinates in a horizontal survey datum for engineering projects. Topics on photogrammetry
include photography scale, and coordinate computation of features in imagery. Basic elements of
map design and production methods are introduced.
Basic concepts on space-based positioning include GPS components and measurements and
Remote Sensing technologies for surveying. Concepts on measurement corrections and data
reductions for 3-D coordinate computations with respect to a global geodetic reference frame to
solve surveying problems encountered in construction, earthworks, and environmental engineering.
Simple concepts on Geographic Information System (GIS) database design and data integration are
introduced for a perspective on a useful tool for rapid geospatial mapping and data queries
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