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course outline :

Courses Taught at Bachelors Level

EN-301

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-I
(TAUGHT IN BOTH CIVIL AND URBAN ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS)

  Communicable Disease Control: Water-borne, Food-borne, Milk-borne and Vector-borne Diseases, Water Supply and Sanitation.  

Environmental Pollution: Sources, Pollutants, Effects and Remediation of Air, Water, Land, Noise and Radiation Pollution, Toxic/Hazardous Wastes.

Water Demand & Supply: Population Forecast, Water Uses & Consumption, Types and Variations in Demand, Maximum Demand & Fire Demand, Urban & Rural Water Supply, Appropriate Technology.

Water Quality: Water Impurities & their Health Significance, Water Quality Standards (U.S. & WHO, etc.), Water Quality Monitoring, Sanitary Survey.

Water Treatment: Treatment of Surface & Ground Waters, Screening, Sedimentation, Coagulation. Coagulants &. Dosages, Filtration, Design Aspects of Slow Sand and Rapid Sand Filters, Filtration Rates, Operation Head Loss, Backwash and Filter Efficiency, Pressure Filters, Fluoridation, Hardness Removal, Iron & Manganese Removal, Water Softening Methods, Water Disinfection and Chemicals, Use of Chlorine, Quantity, Dosage & Efficiency, Emergency Treatment Methods.

Building Water Supply: Layout of Water Supply Arrangement, Fixtures and their Installation, Tapping of Water Mains.

Laboratory Works:
Related to the above, Sampling Techniques and Examination of Water (physical, chemical and microbiological parameters).
EN-401

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-II
(TAUGHT IN BOTH CIVIL AND URBAN ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS)

  Storm Flow & Sewage Flow Estimates: Rainfall Intensity Formulae, Hydrograph & Dry Weather Flow, SewageQuantities, Variations and Rates of Flows, Velocity Gradient & Limiting Velocities.

Types of Sewerage Systems: Separate & Combined Systems, Types Shapes, Sizes and Materials of Sewers, Sewer Appurtenances, Pipe Strengths and Tests.

Principles of Design: Construction & Maintenance of Sewers, Sewer, System Analyses, Diameter and Gradient, Sewer Joints, Grading, Laying, Jointing and Testing of Sewers.

Characteristics of Sewage: Municipal and Industrial Wastes, Water Pollution, Causes and Control Parameters, Effluent Disposal Guideline and Standards.

Sewage Treatment: Primary, Secondary & Tertiary Treatment, Screening Grit Chamber, Skimming Tanks & Sedimentation Tanks, Activated Sludge Treatment, Trickling Filters, Oxidation Ponds, etc.

Sewage Disposal Method: Receiving Body, Assimilation Capacity, Stream Pollution and Self-recovery, Sludge Handling & Disposal, Eff1uent Reuse, Control and Management of Industrial Wastewaters.

Building Drainage: Requirements and Arrangement of Building Drainage, Soil Pipes, Anti-siphon Pipes and Wastewater Pipes, Sanitary Fixtures and Traps, House Connection and Testing of House Drainage, Cross Connection and Back Siphonage Control.

Solid Waste Disposal: Types, Characteristics, Sources and Quantities of Solid Wastes, Collection Disposal and Recycling.

Laboratory Work: Related to the above, Sampling Techniques and Examination of Wastewater (physical, chemical and microbiological parameters).

EN-402

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
(TAUGHT IN URBAN ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT ONLY)

  Introduction: Environmental Impact Assessment Requirement, its Implication and Significance, International, Federal and Provincial, Environmental Protection Agency Standards, Environmental Assessment by Laws and Legislation, EIA Analysis of Big and Small Projects as per National and International Guidelines.

Pollutants and Their Impacts:
Air, Liquid, Solid and Noise Pollution Assessment,  Impact of Pollutants on Atmosphere, on Land, on Water and on Marine Life, Controlling Agencies, Monitoring EIA.

Evaluation Method:
Performance and Conclusion keeping in Consideration of the Socioeconomic and Environmental Effect on Natural Areas such as Human, Animal and Plant life.