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GOVERNMENT OF THE PUNJAB
TECHNICAL EDUCATION & VOCATIONAL
TRAINING AUTHORITY

CURRICULUM FOR

CIVIL SURVEYOR
(6 – Month Course)

CURRICULUM SECTION
ACADEMICS DEPARTMENT
96-H, GULBERG-II, LAHORE
Ph # 042-9263055-59, 9263064
gm.acad@tevta.gop.pk, manager.cur@tevta.gop.pk

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TRAINING OBJECTIVES:

Civil Engineering has a vital role in execution of civil works for the development.

The subject of land surveying has prime importance in civil industry i.e.

construction of buildings, roads, bridges, airports, drains, sewer lines, water

supplies, canal, dams, docks & harbors, railway lines, oil & gas pipe lines, and

urban/rural development projects.

Keeping in view the local & public sectors this curriculum is designed / developed

to accelerate the surveying skills in order to produce skilful & capable workforce to

meet the job market.

CURRICULUM SALIENT:

Entry level : Matric


Duration : 6 - Months
Total contact hrs : 800 Hours
: 33 1/3 Hours per week
: 6 days per week
Training Methodology : Practical 85%
: Theory 15%

Medium of Instruction : Urdu / English

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KNOWLEDGE PROFICIENCY DETAILS


On successful completion of this course, the trainee should be able to: -

1. Explain the surveying, object of survey and work of a surveyor.


2. Explain the principles, Classification and primary Division of Survey.
3. Define the source of errors and checking technique of surveying instruments.
4. Define the temporary adjustment technique of instruments.
5. Describe the measurements (Linear & Angular)
6. Express the tackling of problems in Various Surveying Techniques.
7. Explain the use of all small/handy surveying instruments.
8. Explain the compass survey.
9. Define the solution of problems in compass survey..
10. Describe the levelling and levelling terms
11. Describe the levelling Instruments.
12. Describe the temporary adjustment of level.
13. Describe the principles of levelling
14. Explain the reduction of levels.
15. Explain the classification of levelling.
16. Explain the computation of earthwork.
17. Contouring.
18. Define the theodolite survey by traversing and triangulation.
19. Define Latitude and departure
20. Express the designing and setting out of simple/circular, transition composes
and vertical curves.
21. Define the total station, background and its uses.
22. Define the operations of total station and booking the fields notes.
23. Define the nature of Instrumental errors.
24. Define the GPS, GPS overview.
25. Define Operational control segment (OCS).
26. Express the horizontal and vertical and distance by tachometer.
27. Introduction to tachometry instruments
28. Explain the oral and writing improvement in communication skill.

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SKILL PROFICIENCY DETAILS


On successful completion of this course, the trainee should be able to: -
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1. Prepare the survey symbols/conventional signs.
2. Work on Compass.
3. Read the bearings on compass.
4. Practice in use of compass over a station, traversing etc.
5. Do the temporary adjustment of levels.
6. Work on auto set and lasers level.
7. Work in different kinds of levelling i.e.; Differential / Compound / Continuous
levelling check levelling Profile/Longitudinal levelling or sectioning, cross-
sectioning, reciprocal levelling, precise and trigonometrically levelling and
plotting.
8. Locate the contours by different methods.
9. Plot the contours map.
10. Do the temporary adjustment of Theadolite.
11. Work on Conventional, modern and digital Theadolite.
12. Read the horizontal and vertical angles, hearing, traversing.
13. Set out different curves by lines or chain and tape methods and angular or
instrumental methods i.e. simple or circular curves, transition curves, and
vertical curves, and vertical curves etc.
14. Set the total station up for measurement; take the distance offset,
horizontal, right and vertical angle and repetition angle measurement.
15. Operate the total station for data collection set occupied and back sight
points, set a point, side shot method, resection method, and execute a
layout.
16. Operate the hand held GPS.
17. Operate the different instruments used in tachometry.

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SCHEME OF STUDIES
CIVIL SURVEYOR

(6 - Month Course)
Sr. Theory Practical Total
Subject / Main Topics
No Hours Hours Hours
1 Introduction of survey 4 --- 4
2 Compass Surveying 6 30 36
3 Levelling 30 160 190
4 Theodolite Traversing 43 230 273
5 Total Stations 22 150 172
6 GPS 5 44 49
7 Tachometry 5 30 35
8 Communication Skill 5 24 29
9 Work ethics - 12 12

TOTAL 120 680 800

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DETAIL OF COURSE CONTENTS


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Sr. Theory Practical


No. Detail of topic
Hrs. Hrs.
1. Introduction to surveying
4 --
1.1 Define surveying

1.2 Object of surveying

1.3 Uses of survey

1.4 Classification of surveying

1.4.1 Primary Classification, Plane and

Geodetic.

1.4.2 Secondary classification based on

instruments, method, object, nature

etc.

1.5 General principal of surveying

1.5.1 First principal

1.5.2 Second principal

1.6 Chain surveying

1.6.1 Principal of chain surveying

1.6.2 Why chain survey obsolete from civil

engineering field.

1.7 Different conventional symbols used in

surveying.

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2. Compass Traversing 6 30

2.1 Introduction purpose of compass survey,

2.2 Definitions related to compass traversing.

2.3 Principle of compass surveying.

2.4 Traversing.

2.4.1 Traverse types.

2.5 Checks on close traverse.

2.6 Check on open traverse.

2.7 Types of compass, parts of prismatic compass.

2.8 Temporary adjustment of prismatic compass

and field procedure of observing compass.

2.9 Problems on WCB and QB.

2.10 Problems on FB and BB.

2.11 Problems on local attraction.

2.12 Equipments required for compass traversing.

2.13 Field procedure of compass traversing.

2.14 plotting of compass traverse.

2.15 Adjustment of closing errors.

2.16 Sources of error in compass, human,

instrumental.

2.17 Precautions taken in compass traversing

2.18 Plot a traverse Survey by included angles &

by rectangular co ordinates.

3. LEVELLING AND CONTOURING 30 160

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3.1 Object and use of levelling

3.2 Definitions related to levelling also benchmarks

with different types.

3.3 Different types of level

3.3.1 Levelling staff

3.3.2 Points to be remember by staff man

3.33 Points to be remember by level man

3.3.4 Use of compass

3.4 Temporary adjustment of level and taking

reading.

3.5 Types of levelling operation (Comparison

between different types of Levelling ).

3.5.1 Simple levelling

3.5.2 Differential levelling

3.5.3 Fly levelling

3.5.4 Profile and cross sectional levelling

3.6 Reciprocal levelling

3.7 Problems on reciprocal levelling

3.8 Methods of calculation of reduced level

3.8.1 Collimation method

3.8.2 Rise and fall method

3.9 Points to be remember, entering the level book

3.9.1 Example of level page

3.10 Problems on reduction of levels

3.11 Project work ,roads,railway longitudinal, cross

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section.

3.11.1 Plotting of Profile Levelling,

3.11.2 Cross sectioning .

3.12 Difficulties faced in levelling

3.13 Sources of errors in levelling

3.14 Permissible error in levelling

Contouring

Introduction

3.15 Definitions related to contouring

3.16 Object of preparing contour map

3.17 Uses of contour map

3.18 Characteristics of contours ridge,velley

3.19 Methods of contouring Direct & indirect

3.20 Method of interpolation of contours

3.21 contour gradient

4
Theodolite Traversing & Curves
43 230
4.2 Introduction

4.2 Different definitions related theodolite traversing

4.3 Parts of transit theodolite

4.4 Temporary adjustment of theodolite

4.5 Measuring of horizontal angle

4.5.1 direct method

4.5.2 repetition method

4.5.3 reiteration method

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4.6 Measuring vertical angle

4.7 Measuring the deflection angle

4.8 Measuring the magnetic bearing

4.9 Measuring horizontal distance by stadia hair

method

4.10 Ranging and extend a line

4.11 Theodolite traversing

Methods of traversing

4.11.1 By Included angle

4.11.2 By deflection angle

4.11.3 By fast angle(magnetic bearing)

4.12 Check in closed and open traverse

4.13 Source of errors in Theodolite traversing

Instrumental, human

4.14 Closing error and limitations

4.15 Latitude and departure

4.16 Balance the traverse Bowditch, transit, third

rule, problem and adjustment

4.17 Procedure of traverse survey with

theodolite(put data in Gales table and plotting)

4.18 Worked-out problems on latitude and

departure,

CURVES

4.19 Introduction to curves

4.20 Definitions and explanations

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4.21 Horizontal curve ,types

4.22 Notation used with circular curves

4.23 Properties of simple circular curve

4.24 Different methods of horizontal curve setting

4.25 Field procedure of horizontal curve

4.26 Instrumental method for horizontal curve

4.27 Setting out curve by deflection angle

TOTAL STATION
5 22 150
5.1Introduction

5.2 Display

5.3 Operating keys

5.4 Function keys angle, distance, coordinate

measurement modes

5.5 Serial signal connector

5.6 Preparation for measurement

5.7 Setting instrument for measurement

5.8 Battery power display remaing, charging

5.9 Vertical and horizontal tilting correction

5.10 Setting tilt correction by soft key

5.11 Entering the alphanumeric characters

5.12 point guide

5.13 Horizontal angle measurement, setting,

repetition

5.14 Compass

5.15 Distance measurement

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5.16 Offset measurement

5.17 Coordinate measurement

5.18 Execution of coordinate measuring

5.19 Power source and charging of TS

5.20 Check and adjustment

GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS)


5 44
6 6.1 Introduction to GPS

6.2 GPS overview

6.3 Operational control segment (OCS)

6.4 Principle of position via satellite

6.5 GPS surveying techniques

6.6 Uses and applications

6.7 Geographical information system

TACHOMETRY
7 5 30
7.1 Introduction

7.2 Instruments used in tachometry

7.3 Characteristics of tachometer

7.4 Principle of tachometry

7.5 Theory of stadia tachometry

7.6 Determination of stadia constant

Communication Skills
8 5 24
9 Work Ethics 12

TOTAL
120 680

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LIST OF TOOLS / EQUIPMENTS ETC.


(For a class of 25 students)

Name of Trade Civil Surveyor


Duration of Course 6 Months

Sr.
Name of Equipment / Tool Quantity
No.

1 Metallic tape (100 ft) 05 Nos.


2 Steel Tape (100 ft) 05
3 Invar tape (30 m) 02
4
Ranging rods 05
5 Arrows
05
6 Wooden Mallet 01
7 Wooden pegs
30
8 Prismatic Compass with tripod 30
9 Auto Set Level with Stand
05
10 Laser Level with Stand 05

11 Levelling Staff (metric and foot system) 05 Nos.


12 Target Staff 10 Nos.
13 Vernier theodolite with stand 05

14 Micro Optic Theodolite with Stand 06

15 Total Station with all accessories 10 Nos.


16 05 Nos.
GPS
17 20
Work Stations core2do
18 Printer 02
19 Software (Ms-Office, Auto CAD) 1 CD each

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MINIMUM QUALIFICATION OF INSTRUCTOR

1. B.Sc. Civil Engineering with 2 Year relevant experience.

OR

2. DAE Civil Engineering with 4 Year relevant experience.

EMPLOYABILITY OF THE PASS OUTS


The pass outs of this course can find job / employment opportunities in the following
sections / areas : -

1. Govt. Organizations
2. Semi - Government Organizations
3. Private Organization
4. Construction Industry

REFERENCE BOOKS

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