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Solid waste management (SWM) is one of the most challenging issues faced by developing countries that suffer from serious pollution problems caused by the generation of large waste quantities. In India this issue has been of social concern and has been increased at an alarming rate.
This study was conducted under two phases;
Phase 1 of the study assesses qualitatively and quantitatively the solid waste generated in the town by collecting primary data through social survey using questionnaires and secondary data from Panchayat records.
Phase 2 the most appropriate and practical cost effective techniques at collection, transportation, processing and disposal phases suitable for the local condition and challenges of Anakkal ward are suggested based on a detail study of efficient solid waste management and processing techniques.
Survey extended on the following wards;
A study was conducted in the Kappad ward of Kanjirappally taluk to get a background picture of different aspects of solid waste generation and management practices at household level. Based on the project it was found that Kappad ward produces about 0.66 tonnes of waste per day, in which 84% accounts as bio degradable and rest non biodegradable. Also the total amount of waste generated per person in the ward for low income is 0.44 kg/day, for medium income it is 0.85 kg/day and for high income household it is 0.64 kg/day.
A study was conducted in the Kappad ward of Kanjirappally Taluk to get a background picture of different aspects of solid waste generation and management practices at household level. It revealed that generally no good food practices were followed by people in waste management, especially with regard to bio degradable waste. An attempt was made to create awareness among people different aspects of waste management.
A study was conducted in Kanjirappally Panchayat to get a background picture of the different aspects of solid waste generation and management practices at house hold level. It revealed that generally no good food practices were followed by people in waste management, especially with regard to bio degradable waste. An attempt was made to create awareness among people different aspects of waste management.
From this project it was found that more than 0.77 tons of waste were produced per day in ward 6 and 0.28 tons of were generated per day in ward 11 of Kanjirappally Panchayat.
Project aims at providing information and suggestion for establishing effective solid waste management system for Anakkal ward which is located in Kanjirapally Town and the existing system of solid waste management is totally unscientific and unhygienic.
Industrial Training was done at the site of Kariyar Bridge cum Regulator in January, 2013 by Sherry Rose Jose (2010-14), where she got an exposure of mass concreting, boring, piling etc. the site was an perfect spot for pile foundations, as pile foundations are provided at places where the bearing capacity of soil is poor or imposed loads is very heavy. The plan was made available to her and she got an exposure to the detailed drawings of the bridge including its section, elevation and the reinforcement needed in each section. A clear picture of what concreting is, what the various steps involved in concreting are, the precautions to be taken while concreting was given to her thus giving her a feel of being a civil engineer and to see what she had studied.
Industrial training done by Sobin Mathew, Tony Chackochan, Vishnu Prasad and Silgy Salim with Silpa Projects & Infrastructure at Amal Jyothi College campus from 4th April to 2nd of April 2013. They were given a chance to perform as civil engineering trainees at AUE block, PG block and extension of Amala Ladies Hostel. The internship included site visits and supervising works. The various steps involved in the construction of buildings viz.preparation of concrete,laying of foundation, casting, compacting and curing of reinforced columns, beams and slabs, masonry works, plastering, painting, flooring etc were made clear to him. A good understanding of the detailed sketches of Reinforcement Details, including staircase details of the P.G. block was made to him thus giving him an exposure of the beauty of civil engineering.
Training done by Linta Clement, Neena Joseph, Mary Neethu N.T. and Stemy Johny (2008-12) submitted a report on construction of passenger berth and allied facilities for Union Territory of Lakshadweep (UTL) administration at Cochin port in June- July 2011. The proposal was constructing a dedicated passenger berth with its allied facilities for Union Territory of Lakshadweep (UTL) Administration at Cochin Port. The proposed berth was to be located on the Western side of W/Island in the Mattanchery channel between in the south coal berth and work shop jetty.
The following works were to be done such as:
A 300m long and 12m wide jetty.
An approach bridge, 41m long with 10m carriage way.
Two morning dolphins each of size 6mx6m at 350c/c(one on either end of jetty).
Two storied passenger Terminal building with total area of 1600sq.m in two floors.
Allied facilities such as viz. water supply, land development and access road.
Footpaths and vehicle parking area.
The students were given an idea about the various tests which are done in a civil engineering site such as Sieve analysis of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate, Slump Test, Compression Load Test and Pile Load Test thereby familiarizing them to the practical applications of the various laboratory experiments that they do during their course. They were also given an idea about the designing of concrete mix.
Report on industrial training submitted by Linu Theresa Jose, Tina Abey Joseph, Mini Varghese, Preethy Sunny and Eileen Elizabeth Thomas (2007 -2011) submitted a report on their industrial training held at INFRA HOUSING PVT. Ltd. at Ernakulam from June, 2009 . During 4 days they have visited few of ongoing multi core projects, residential as well as commercial buildings. As part of the industrial training they were given a chance to visit their various project sites such as Infra Foreshore, Infra Vantage, Infra Aspire, Infra Futura, Nippon Infra (Q1).
In the four days they were given an opportunity to get familiarized with the various aspects of a civil engineering project the plumbing, the electrical works involved in the construction of the buildings, the plumbing works how the various plumbing lines are laid etc. They were also given a chance to observe how the Bill of Quantities (BOQ) of each item of work was done thus making them very clear about the preparation of a bill for a civil engineering project.
Report on industrial visit Submitted by Arun Krishnan T.R. and group did a Training was held at Leela Group,Infopark , Kakkanaad , Ernakulam during December 2008 . Report contains details on various construction field equipments and structures both statically determinate and indeterminate. They were introduced to DMC (Direct Mud Circulating) piles in foundation is a very slow but very crucial activity in high- rise buiding construction. They were given an explanation of the various steps involved in DMC piling, the principle behind piling , how boring is done, the insertion of steel reinforcement, flushing, concreting , the operation of autoramming type concrete block making machine and load testing.
Report on industrial training submitted by Neethu. S, Neethu K. Mathew, Monisha P.Mohananan and Pretty Anna Kuriakose (2006-2010) on a training programme held at Holy Faith builders and developers, Mamangalam, Cochin in December 2008. This training programme gave them a detailed understanding of pile driving; the various equipments used in the construction site and gave them the exposure and confidence to undertake any civil engineering project.
Report was submitted by students of semester III (2010)Industrial visit to banglore metro rail project called ‘Namma Metro’ spanning a distance of 42km compices of 2 segments . Ist segment of 7km starts at Majestic (Centre of Banglore city), runs under ground while the second consists of 35 km of elevated track the entire metro rail system is divided into the North – South zone and the East-West zone .The project is a joined venture of companies of different nationalities and specializations .