About This Course
Module 1 - General Introduction- Quantity Surveying- Basic principles-Types of Estimates - Specifications- purposes and basic principles-general specifications - Detailed specifications-Method of measurement of various items of work.
Analysis of rates- Introduction to the use of CPWD data book and
schedule of rates- conveyance and conveyance statement -miscellaneous charges
Module 2 - Preparation of data and analysis of rates for various items of work
connected with building construction and other civil engineering
structures with reference to Indian Standard Specification.
Module 3 - Detailed estimate including quantities, abstract and preparation of
various items of works- buildings- centerline method and long wall
short wall method- sanitary and water supply works- soak pits, septic
tanks, overhead tanks, culverts, Retaining walls, road construction.
Bar-bending schedule-preparation of bar-bending schedule for RCC
works connected with building construction, culverts and minor
Module 4 - Valuation - Explanation of terms, types of values, sinking fund, years
purchase, Depreciation - Straight line method, constant percentage
method, S.F method .Obsolescence.
Valuation of real properties-rental method, profit based method,
depreciation method. Valuation of landed properties -belting method,
development method, hypothecated building scheme method. Rent
calculation. Lease and Lease hold property
CE 409.1 Identify the specifications of various components and materials for construction of buildings
CE 409.2 Prepare conveyance statement for various materials
CE 409.3 Analyse the rates of various items of work in building construction
CE 409.4 Prepare the detailed estimate of civil engineering structures
CE 409.5 Prepare bar bending schedule of RCC works
CE 409.6 Estimate the value of buildings and construction equipment using available methods
Rinu J Achison
Ms. Rinu J Achison completed her B.Tech in Civil Engineering from SCMS School of Engineering and Technology and her M.Tech from College of Engineering, Trivandrum with specialisation Hydraulics Engineering. She started her career as an Engineer at Good Earth Estates. She has been working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering since 2007. She has handled subjects such as Basic Civil Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Flow and Hydraulics Machines and Water Resources Engineering. She is currently the staff co-ordinator of the Indian Concrete Institute Students Chapter of FISAT.
Ms. Reshma Prasad completed her B.Tech in Civil Engineering from NIT Calicut in 2011. She worked as a Structural Design Engineer in SJC (Satish Jain & Company), a design firm based in Mumbai for 2 years after her B.Tech before pursuing higher education. She completed M.Tech in Structural Engineering from IIT Kanpur in 2015. She joined as Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering department, FISAT in 2015. She has handled subjects such as Basics of Civil Engineering, Introduction to Civil Engineering, Introduction to Sustainable Engineering, Disaster Management, Design of Concrete Structures, Quantity Surveying and Valuation, Prestressed Concrete and Advanced Structural Design.