To be a recognized department in the field of civil engineering education to produce professional civil engineers, innovators and entrepreneurs for the development of the society.
M1: To provide quality education to civil engineering undergraduates through creative balance of academic, professional and extra-curricular activities.
M2: To impart knowledge in the field of civil engineering for the development of infrastructure facilities with environmental concern for betterment of the society.
M3: To contribute in the nation's development through innovative ideas in the field of civil engineering.
The Department of Applied Mechanics is a vital offshoot of Civil Engineering Program at Government Engineering College, Dahod. Applied Mechanics department has a distinguished and technically well-versed faculty imbued with a sense of commitment and sincerity. We are a department of 06 faculty members, 02 of these holding Doctorates, 02 of these are pursuing Doctorate of Philosophy and the rest have a Master’s Degree. The strength of the courses offered by this department lies in a strong technical and field experience of the faculty who are involved in researchover and above their regular teaching wherein they actively involve the students through quizzes, models and field exercises to make learning an enriching experience. Faculty members are also involved in conducting training for working professionals in various government departments to keep them updated on recent and future trends. The department boasts of 01 Post graduate courses in Structural Engineering and UG program with electives in Structural Analysis and Structural Design.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) describe the career and professional accomplishments that programs are preparing graduates to attain within a few years (3-5 years) of graduation.
Following are the PEOs of B.E Civil Engineering Program:
PEO-1: Establish themselves as civil engineering professionals in government, public and private sectors.
PEO-2: Manage infrastructural and sanitary facilities.
PEO-3: Solve real world problems environmental concerns to serve society.
PEO-4: Adapt to changing trends in analysis and design of civil engineering structures.
PEO-5: To do testing, survey and planning of civil engineering structures using modern tools.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) are what the graduates of a specific undergraduate engineering program should be able to do at the time of graduation.
Civil Engineering Graduates shall have
PSO-1:Ability to analyze, design, construct, maintain and rehabilitate the infrastructural projects, using the knowledge of subjects related to planning, construction, structural analysis and design, surveying, geotechnical, transportation, environment and water resource engineering as well as project management.
PSO-2:Ability to employ advanced civil equipments, software, and techniques, interact and work seamlessly in teams.
PSO-3:Ability to apply gained knowledge to choose from the innovative career paths, to be an entrepreneur, and a zest for higher studies.