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PANCHAJANYA VIDYA PEETA

Dept. of Civil Engineering, MallathahalliBangalore – 560056

INTENSIVE PROJECT REPORT
This is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of

Diploma in Civil Engineering

By:-Megha H.J
Mahalakshmi.R,Chaitra.H,
Vandana.B.P,Mohan kumar.K.U,
Santhosh Narayanappa. R
Sanju C.M,Sundar.V.
UNDER THE GUIDENCE OF M.N.RAJASHEKARA
Department OF Civil Engineering
P.V.P polytechnic Mallathahalli, Bangalore – 560056
PANCHAJANYA VIDYA PEETA

Dept. of Civil Engineering, MallathahalliBangalore – 560056

INTENSIVE PROJECT WORK
This is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of

Diploma in Civil Engineering

BY:- Megha H.J
Mahalakshmi.R,Chaitra.H,
Vandana.B.P,Mohan kumar.K.U,
Santhosh Narayanappa. R
Sanju C.M,Sundar.V.

UNDER THE GUIDENCE OF M.N.RAJASHEKARA
Department OF Civil Engineering
P.V.P polytechnic Mallathahalli, Bangalore – 560056

PANCHAJANYA VIDYA PEETA

Dept. of Civil Engineering, MallathahalliBangalore – 560056

C E R T I F I C A T E

Certified that this project report entitled….........................................................................
…………….…………………………………”which is being submitted by Mr. /Ms……………………..……………., Reg. No…………………...…., a bonafide student of ………………………in partial fulfillment for the award of Diploma in……………..... Engineering during the year ………………is record of students own work carried out under my guidance. It is certified that all corrections /suggestions indicated for internal assessment have been incorporated in the report and one copy of it being deposited in polytechnic library.
The project report has been approved as it satisfies the academic requirements in respect of Project work prescribed for the said diploma.
It is further understood that by this certificate the undersigned do not endorse or approve any
Statement made, opinion expressed or conclusion drawn there in but approve the project only for which



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