Department of Civil Engineering Conducts an Engineering Survey for its Students

Kardan University’s Department of Civil Engineering Conducts an Engineering Survey for its Students
The Department of Civil Engineering at Kardan University conducted an engineering survey on November 13, 2021, to help students understand the usage of a tape meter on the site as part of their practical works.

This survey enabled students to measure various angles using tape meter in a site and helped them draw/mark vertical and parallel lines. Also, now our students can draw the setting-out of a building using tape meter, said Eng. Gul Rahman Abdulrahimzai, Academic Administrator for the Department of Civil Engineering.

The Civil Engineering program at Kardan University is the combination of art, science, and technology to develop planning, design, management, and maintenance of buildings, water resources, wastewater, transportation, and environmental systems. Modern engineering tools, state of the art techniques, and knowledge are being transferred to the students that have helped in recognition of Kardan University Civil Engineering program as the highest rated in the country by the Ministry of Higher Education in 2019. Stakeholders; input is obtained through frequent formal and informal meetings with graduates, alumni, employers, industrial advisory board, and parents to remain relevant to the socio-economic needs of the society, locally as well as internationally.

Kardan University pursues the Credit-Based System (CBS). Under the CBS, students can select the number of courses based on their specific financial conditions or other preferences. The curriculum is founded on Outcome-Based Education (OBE) and Student-Centered Learning (SCL) as well as Experiential Learning principles.

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