IOE Syllabus – Project Engineering

CE 751

Lecture

:

3

Year

: IV

Tutorial

:

1

Part

: II

Practical

:

0

Course Objective:

To introduce the basic knowledge on project and project environment

To make the students able to prepare feasibility study report and project proposal.

To provide the sound knowledge of project planning, implementation and controlling.

To provide knowledge on risk associated with the project

To provide the knowledge of project finance and

To provide the concept of modern trends and techniques of project management.

1. Introduction of Project and Project Management

(6 hours)

1.1.Definition of Project, its characteristics, and example of project.

1.2.Classification of Project

1.3.Project Objective and Goal

1.4.Project Life Cycle Phases

1.5.Project Environment

1.6.Introduction to Project Management

2. Project Appraisal and Project Formulation

(8 hours)

2.1.Concept of Project Appraisal

2.2.Project Proposal (technical and financial)

2.3.Procedure for Developing Project Proposal

2.4.Techniques of Project Formulation

Feasibility analysis

Cost Benefit analysis

Input analysis

Environmental analysis

3. Project Planning and Scheduling

(12 hours)

3.1.Concept of Project Planning and its Importance

3.2.Project Planning Process

3.3.Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

3.4.Project Scheduling with Bar Chart, CPM & PERT

3.5.Project Scheduling with Limited Resources (Resource Leveling and Smoothing)

3.6.Introduction to Planning Software – MS Project

4. Project Implementation and Controlling.

(7 hours)

4.1.Introduction to Monitoring, Evaluation and Controlling

4.2.Project Control

4.3.Project Control Cycle

4.4.Elements of Project Control (time, cost and quality)

4.5.Project Schedule Control

4.6.Project Cost Control: Methods and procedure (Earned value analysis)

4.7.Project Quality Control

4.8.Introduction to Project Management Information System (PMIS)

5. Project Risk Analysis and Management

(7 hours)

5.1.Introduction to Project Risk

5.2.Types of Project Risk

5.3.Analysis of Major Sources of Risk

5.4.Effective Management of Project Risk

Risk Management planning

Risk Identification

Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis

Risk Response Planning

Risk Monitoring and Controlling

6. Introduction to Project Financing

(5 hours)

6.1.Project finance

6.2.Capital Structure Planning

6.3.Capital Budgeting Decision

Tutorial:

1.

Writing project Proposal

(2 hours)

2.

Scheduling Using Bar chart & CPM

(4 hours)

3.

Scheduling Using Planning Software

(4 hours)

4.

Project Control Method (EVA)

(1 hour)

5.

Capital Structure Planning Exercise

(2 hours)

6.

Capital Budgeting Exercise

(2 hours)

References:

1IshwarAdhikari and Santosh Kr. Shrestha, “A text book of Project Engineering”, Chandeshwori Publication, First Editn.

2DhurbaP.Rizal, “Project Management” , Ratnapustakbhandar.

3E.R. Yescombe, “Principles of Project Finance” Yescombe-Consulting Limited.

4K. Nagarajan, “Project Management”, ISBN: 81-224-1340-4, New Age International (P) Limited, New Delhi, India.

5Dr. Govinda Ram Agrawal, “Project Management in Nepal” Edition: 2006, M.K. Publishers and Distributors, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Evaluation Scheme:

The questions will cover all the chapters in the Syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated in the table below.

Unit

Chapters

Topics

Marks

1

1& 6

all

16

2

2

all

16

3

3

all

16

4

4

all

16

5

5

all

16

Total

80

We're always listening.
Have something to say about this article? Find us on Facebook, Twitter or our LinkedIn.
Raju Dawadi
Raju Dawadi
Raju is currently actively involved in DevOps world and is focused on Container based architecture & CI/CD automation along with Linux administration. Want to discuss with him on any cool topics? Feel free to connect on twitter, linkedIn, facebook.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.