1.1 Communication Skills-I 20
1.2 Applied Mathematics – I 23
1.3 Applied Physics ‚Äď I 26
1.4 Applied Chemistry 32
1.5 Engineering Drawing-I 37
1.6 Construction Materials 41
1.7 General Workshop Practice – I 45


2.1 Applied Mathematics – II 49
2.2 Computer Aided Drawing 51
2.3 Applied Mechanics 53
2.4 Basics of Mechanical and Electrical Engg. 57
2.5 Basics of Information Technology 63
2.6 General Workshop Practice -II 68


  • 3.1 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machines 71
    3.2 Concrete Technology 75
    3.3 Environmental Studies 81
    3.4 Structural Mechanics 84
    3.5 Building Construction 88
    3.6 Building Drawings 95


4.1 Communication Skill-II 98
4.2 Highway Engineering 101
4.3 Irrigation Engineering 107
4.4 Surveying – I 111
4.5 Reinforced Cement Concrete Structures (RCC Structures) 116
4.6 Energy Conservation 120
4.7 RCC Drawing 125
Industrial Training 127


5.1 Water and Waste Water Engineering 128
5.2 Railways, Bridges and Tunnels 134
5.3 Earthquake Engineering 138
5.4 Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering 141
5.5 Surveying-II 148
5.6 Waste Water and Irrigation Engineering Drawing 152
5.7 Universal Human Values 155


– Survey Camp 159
6.1 Quantity Surveying and Valuation 160
6.2 Construction Management, Accounts and Entrepreneurship Development 164
6.3 Design of Steel Structure 169
6.4 Steel Structure Drawing 172
6.5 Software Application in Civil Engineering 174
6.6 Elective 175
6.7 Project Work 185

Programme Objective

A battle is half won when one gains the habit of setting goals and achieving them. Even the most tedious chores will become endurable as one parade though each day, convinced that every task, no matter how menial or boring brings you closer to fulfilling your dreams. Like ways at SAMS, we have some goals and connected objectives to turn our students into technocrats of tomorrow.

Some of these objectives are:
  • To motivate our students to pursue their education in such a manner so that they can lead the next generation in transforming the engineering disciplines .
  • To introduce them, with not just the theoretical aspects of their curriculum but with the practical and most updated innovations of the industry through class presentations, assignments and live demonstrations in state-of-the-art laboratories and workshops.
  • To make them understand natural systems, to foster the intelligent use of resources and to design sustainable infrastructure systems.
  • To respond to the growing needs of students belonging to the lower and middle strata of the society.
  • To facilitate them with industry insight through industrial training and industrial visit incorporated in curriculum.
  • To provide them the quintessential requirements of today‚Äôs industrial arena viz. communication skills, human resource management and marketing.
  • And lastly, to build them as individuals who can usher in technology driven economic development of the country in order to enrich the quality of life of its citizens.

Eligibility : Minimum qualification for securing admission to the Diploma in Engineering in Civil, Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science in class 10th, passed or appearing from a recognized board.