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  • Today, GIS is a multi-billion-dollar industry employing hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.GIS is taught in high schools, colleges, and universities throughout the world. Professionals in every field are increasingly aware of the advantages of thinking and working geographically.
  • M.Tech / M.Sc. (Geomatics & Space Applications)keeping multi-dimensional approach it is emphasizing on teaching remote sensing, GIS, DIP, DBMS, GPS, with spatial - temporal, non-spatial, social, economic and environmental issues at micro and macro level. The course aims to acquaint the students in various technical, theoretical and practical aspects of Geomatics.M.Tech / M.Sc. (Enterprise GIS)E-GIS provides students with a working knowledge of the theory, principles and practices, policy, technology and research required for management and application which focuses on rational optimal and scientific decision-making for enterprise development and management.PG Diploma in Geomatics  One year programme aims to provide the conceptual knowledge of the core subjects of Geomatics. Perception for the application of the technology develops with active involvement of students in real time projects.
  • M.Tech / M.Sc. (Geomatics & Space Applications)keeping multi-dimensional approach it is emphasizing on teaching remote sensing, GIS, DIP, DBMS, GPS, with spatial - temporal, non-spatial, social, economic and environmental issues at micro and macro level. The course aims to acquaint the students in various technical, theoretical and practical aspects of Geomatics.M.Tech / M.Sc. (Enterprise GIS)E-GIS provides students with a working knowledge of the theory, principles and practices, policy, technology and research required for management and application which focuses on rational optimal and scientific decision-making for enterprise development and management.PG Diploma in Geomatics  One year programme aims to provide the conceptual knowledge of the core subjects of Geomatics. Perception for the application of the technology develops with active involvement of students in real time projects.
  • M.Tech / M.Sc. (Geomatics & Space Applications)keeping multi-dimensional approach it is emphasizing on teaching remote sensing, GIS, DIP, DBMS, GPS, with spatial - temporal, non-spatial, social, economic and environmental issues at micro and macro level. The course aims to acquaint the students in various technical, theoretical and practical aspects of Geomatics.M.Tech / M.Sc. (Enterprise GIS)E-GIS provides students with a working knowledge of the theory, principles and practices, policy, technology and research required for management and application which focuses on rational optimal and scientific decision-making for enterprise development and management.PG Diploma in Geomatics  One year programme aims to provide the conceptual knowledge of the core subjects of Geomatics. Perception for the application of the technology develops with active involvement of students in real time projects.
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    • 1. Faculty of Technology Presented by Prof. Devanshu Pandit Associate Professor
    • 2. Undergraduate Program in Technology  Bachelor's in Construction Technology Post Graduate Program In Technology  M. Tech. Construction Engineering and Management  M. Tech. Structural Engineering Design  M. Tech. Infrastructure Engineering Design  M. Tech. Geomatics Post Graduate Program In Science  Master's in Science in Geomatics
    • 3. B. Tech Construction Technology
    • 4.       School of Building Science & Technology (SBST) Established in 1982 10 Semesters, 5 years Program leading to B. Tech (Construction Technology) Approved by AICTE School aims to be a globally relevant, proactive, research oriented and problem solving educational institution having collaboration with premium National & International Institutes for producing decision makers with a sound understanding of the concepts at Civil Engineering as a discipline and as a profession.
    • 5. As on June 2013 Candidates who have passed the HSC examination of Gujarat State in Science stream (or its equivalent CBSE/ICSC/IB) with securing a minimum aggregate score of 50% for all subjects (including theory and practical) for general category and 45% for SEBC/SC/ST candidates. In all the cases, the aggregate will be calculated based on all the subjects including languages, optional and practical examinations. HSC aggregate score 40% Entrance Test 60% Intake of Seats : 60
    • 6. Faculty is strength of any institute  School has mix of faculty having field experience and research experience  Visiting faculties from other courses on campus and from outside the campus, professionals from industry  Faculty having national and international experience
    • 7. Courses & Streams  Materials …  Construction …  Structures …  Infrastructure …  Services …  Management … …. and  Field studies, professional courses  Project training for a full semester  Work towards a research thesis for one full semester
    • 8.  Surveying and Levelling  Engineering Materials  Concrete Technology  Geotechnical Engineering  Structural Engineering  Non-destructive Testing  Hydraulic & Fluid Mechanics  Environmental Engineering
    • 9. The teaching Methodology includes: Lectures  Use of Multimedia  Case study  Laboratory  Models  Relevant assignments : Library, Internet based and field work  Field Studies  Project Training  Independent Study Project  Thesis, 10th Semester
    • 10. Many eminent Engineers and Consultants from the industry are associated with the school program and contributed directly and indirectly into:  Academics  Events  Training  Placement It provides a platform for students for  Field studies  Project training  Field assignments  Case study  Office training  Career planning and placement Faculties of SBST attend different program and seminar organized outside to update their knowledge and transfer of knowledge
    • 11. Objective: To impart the knowledge of construction methods, techniques planning, designs, quality control, project execution through practical training and experience. Project Types Building Projects IT Parks High rise Towers Industrial Structures Metro rail projects Highways Flyovers Port terminals Jetties Contractors/Clients Delhi Metro Rail Corp Larsen & Toubro ECC Gammon India Shapoorji Pallonji HCC MMRDA Simplex Infra Banglare Metro Rail National Highway Authority Municipal Corporations JMC Projects Project Locations Delhi Mumbai Bangalore Jaipur Pune Vishakhapatnam Hyderabad. Chennai Kolkatta And various places within Gujarat
    • 12.  Engineer’s Day is celebrated on 15th September to pay tribute to Dr. M.Visvesvaraya, on his birth anniversary.  On this occasion, faculty & student members of SBST take up a socially relevant subject aimed towards contributing to the welfare of society.  Study is done through a survey carried out by the student body in & around Ahmedabad and analysis is done for the same.  The outcome of the study is presented on 15th September before a panel of experts
    • 13. Further studies  Urban & Regional Planning  Infrastructure Planning  Transportation Planning  Housing Planning  Construction Management  MBA  Water Resources Management  Environmental Engineering  Structural Engineering  Materials Engineering  Transportation Engineering  Geotechnical Engineering Career Options  Quantity Surveyor  Valuer  Structural designer  Material Engineer  Project Management Consultant  Developer/Builder  Infrastructure designer  Project & Housing Finance  Planners  Material testing  Quality Assurance/Control  Academics  Research  Services Consultant  Contractor  Vendors
    • 14.  The students’ of SBST started this Techno Cultural festival in 2004. The momentum of the festival got enhanced with students’ participating form all over the country.  The festival varies from technical events such as Paper presentation, quizzes to fun filed games and skits.  It is purely organized by the students and is a boost to them in terms of participation and management. Technical papers by our students have been published in National & International Journals. Viz. International Journal of Innovative Technology & Creative Engineering, & CECR (Civil Engineering & Construction Review)
    • 15. M. Tech Construction Engineering & Management
    • 16.  The Faculty of Technology offers a 24 months programme leading to Master’s Degree in Construction Engineering & Management [Formerly known as M. Tech. (Construction & Project Management)]  The program was established in 1995.  The program aims to train Engineers & Architects or those possessing equivalent qualifications to produce competent construction managers with state of the art knowledge & skills in Construction Engineering and Project Management, and provide Construction Management service for the benefit of Construction Sector in India and to undertake research programs in the areas of Construction Management relevant to Construction Sector in India.
    • 17.  Minimum qualification required for getting admission in this program is a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in Architecture/Civil Engineering/Environmental Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    • 18.  Lectures  Case Studies & Audio visuals  Presentations of assignments  Group Discussions  Site Visits  Project Training  Presentation by experts from Industry
    • 19. M. Tech Structural Engineering Design
    • 20.  The Faculty of Technology offers a 24 months program leading to Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering Design  Program started in 1996.  The program is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) on self-financing mode, which awards Master’s Degree (M. Tech) in Structural Engineering Design.  Minimum qualification required for getting admission in this program is a Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in Civil Engineering from a recognized university/institution.
    • 21.  To provide students with a high quality and advanced education in structural design.  Develop the skills of basic behaviour, analysis and developing solutions to complex engineering design problems.  To motivate students towards research.  Inculcate skill for professional practice.
    • 22.  In practical art and philosophy of design  In process of design and decision-making  To conceptualize complex structural problems, understand behaviour of structures and develop appropriate model  To be able to interact competently with the members of the project team and others  To investigate for assessment of damaged structures  To design for strengthening and retrofitting of damaged structures
    • 23. Advanced method of structural analysis Computer Aided Structural Analysis & Design Fundamental Courses Design of RCC and Steel structures: Theory and studio Construction failures and Repairs of Structures
    • 24. Dynamics of Structures Design of Special Structures: Silo, Chimney, Water tanks, and studio Secondary Courses Pre-stressed Concrete Advanced foundation
    • 25. Advanced Materials & Finite Element Methods Master Builders Elective Courses Earthquake resistant structures Marine Structures & Bridge Design
    • 26. Seminar- An Independent study Research thesis in various areas Student’s adaptability towards new trends Winter schools and summer schools Understanding and implementation of various Software
    • 27. High volume fly ash content in concrete Concrete with recycled aggregate Fiber reinforced concrete Geo Polymer concrete Concrete Bacterial concrete Self curing compound
    • 28. Probable use of Rice Husk Ash and cement with natural soil Probable use of Fly Ash Soil Probable use of Rice Husk Ash (Especially Rammed Earth construction) Probable use of Fly ash and cement with natural soil Probable use of Rice Husk Ash and lime with Black cotton soil
    • 29. M. Tech Geomatics
    • 30.  It is a discipline neutral/ interdisciplinary study.  Geomatics, also known as geoinformatics, is the science and technology of gathering, analysing, interpreting, distributing and using geographic information.  Geomatics extends into more contemporary methods including Global Positioning System, Digital Photogrammetry, LiDAR Technology, qualitative and quantitative analysis of satellite and aerial imagery specific to earth sciences and environmental applications.
    • 31. The academic outcome of the course at national and regional level brings out (i) skilled and technically trained manpower for adapting geospatial techniques, (ii) inter-disciplinary field for sustainable development and careful management of resources.
    • 32. M. Tech Geomatics A minimum of 55% aggregate marks in bachelor's degree for general category candidates and 50%for SC/ ST/OBC category candidates is required. GATE scholars are accorded priority M. Sc. Geomatics Minimum qualification required is 50% aggregate marks for the general category and 45% marks for SC/ST/OBC category in Bachelors degree (or equivalent) in Basic Sciences, Applied Sciences, Information Technology, Computer Science, Geography.
    • 33.  GIS Technicians  GIS Analysts  GIS Managers  GIS Programmers  Database Administrators  Academics  GIS as a Tool in Engineering, Business ..
    • 34. M. Tech Infrastructure Engineering Design
    • 35. Master's in Technology in Infrastructure Engineering Design Infrastructure is an integral part of the society and plays a vital role in its economic and social development. In a developing country like India, infrastructure development has become an integral part of our growth story creating a strong need of professionals in the infrastructure sector. The primary objective of M. Tech in Engineering Design (Infrastructure) (MIED) is to cater to this demand of infrastructure industry and produce professional with specific skill sets aligned with industry needs. MIED program aims to combine infrastructure engineering and design enabling students to add complimentary aspects such as infrastructure planning, financing, and management.
    • 36. Planning Design Management Finance Designed to cover all aspects of infrastructure includingPlanning Design, Finance and Management
    • 37.  Students are exposed to modern design and management software like  WaterGEMS  SewerGEMS  StormCAD  MS Projects
    • 38.  Studio are planned to expose students with real life situation and encourage students to work on live projects  The themes of the studio are designed to cover both micro (ward level) and macro (regional level) infrastructure  Thematic areas are City Sanitation, Transport hub, Public Transport, Ward level infrastructure
    • 39.  Two students awarded scholarships for dissertation by  Coca Cola beverages Pvt Ltd for working on water resuse  George Mason University for working on Ahmedabad slums  Student paper selected for presentation in “USAID Making Cities Work” Conference in Washington  Studio work presented as Photo exhibition in October- November at Founders Art Gallery, George Mason University, USA

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