Civil Engineering


Mandy Jackson


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Surveying Laboratory

Surveying is the means of determining the relative position of points and the relative distances. It is an integral part of Civil Engineering education and training. Surveying of an area is essential for the design of all civil engineering projects such as highways, bridges, railways, water supply, sewage disposal, reservoirs and dams, building constructions, transmission tower, irrigation canal etc. The objectives of surveying may vary depending on the type of projects and requirements. The economic feasibility of the engineering projects cannot be properly ascertained without undertaking a survey work.

Lab Objectives

To determine the relative position of any objects or points of the earth.
To determine the distance and angle between different objects.
To prepare a map or plan to represent an area on a horizontal plan.
To develop methods through the knowledge of modern science and the technology and use them in the field.
To solve measurement problems in an optimal way.

The Surveying Laboratory is equipped with the following instruments/equipment

Total Station
Auto/Digital level
Vernier Theodolite
Prismatic Compass
Plane Table
Telescopic staff
Tripod, Alidade, Plumbing Fork, Spirit level, Trough Compass, U -Frame
Line Ranger, Optical square/Cross staff
Metric Chain, Plumb bob, Arrows, Ranging Rod

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