Civil Geotechnical Engineering Projects List

Hi, These are the latest list of projects for partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Technology or Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering with a specialization in Geotechnical Engineering.

Civil Geotechnical Engineering Projects List

  1. Improvement of retaining wall stability with geogrid reinforcement
  2. Slope stability assessment along NH-44
  3. Estimation of soil shear strength using machine learning
  4. Stabilization of kaolinite clay using groundnut shell ash and onion peel powder
  5. Stability analysis of fly ash-bottom ash mix embankment
  6. Stability analysis of cut slope on a road alignment
  7. Clayey soil stabilization using surkhi and plastic bottles
  8. Productivity of chemical stabilizers on expansive soil
  9. Design of tunnel using the New Austrian Tunnelling Method (NATM)
  10. Enhancement of soil properties using basalt fiber stabilization technique
  11. Stability of excavated slopes due to negative excess porewater pressure
  12. Geosynthetic encased stone column study using finite element approach
  13. Design and stability study of cantilever retaining wall using GEO-5 software
  14. Study of geotechnical properties of oil-contaminated soil
  15. Physical modeling of rainfall-induced landslide
  16. Geotechnical properties of different soils using spectroscopy technique
  17. Correlation between soil shear strength and water content ratio as a substitute for liquidity index
  18. Bearing capacity of clayey soil reinforced with geogrid
  19. Determination of Nϒ values through the model test on Yamuna sand and Badarpur sand
  20. Study of soil stabilization using Kota stone dust on black cotton soil
  21. Effect of fiber length on polyester fiber reinforced soil
  22. Soil moisture retrieval using microwave remote sensing
  23. Numerical modeling on slope stability
  24. Measurement of soil suction and soil water characteristic curve of unsaturated soils
  25. Interaction between pile and raft in piled raft foundation
  26. Shear strength parameters of Yamuna sand mixed with pond ash and lime
  27. Load carrying capacity of reinforced pond ash beds
  28. Influence of natural polymer on geotechnical behavior of silty sand
  29. Modification of soil properties using Bacillus Sphaericus
  30. Effect of microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICP) using Bacillus Clausii
  31. Stabilization of black cotton soil with lime and stone dust
  32. Numerical modeling of piled raft foundation
  33. Parametric study of embankment stability
  34. Relationship between compactive effort, hydraulic conductivity, and shear strength of compacted soils
  35. Rapid visual screening of different types of structures
  36. Dilatancy of silty sand at varied densities
  37. Geotechnical behavior of pond ash mixed with marble slurry dust and lime
  38. Geotechnical characterization of some Indian rocks
  39. Establishment of an earthquake engineering laboratory
  40. Study of groundwater contamination due to landfills
  41. Comparative study of different landfill liner materials
  42. Shear and dilation behavior of rock joints
  43. Experimental determination of mechanical properties of construction waste
  44. Shear strength of sand reinforced with randomly distributed polypropylene fibers
  45. Effect of the configuration of RCC building subjected to seismic loading
  46. Geotechnical behavior of randomly oriented fiber-reinforced pond ashes for road construction
  47. Cyclic pile load test on model piles in sand
  48. Stabilization of black cotton soil with lime and stone dust
  49. Geotechnical properties of waste materials for road construction

Biotechnology Projects for B.Sc, M.Sc & M.Tech

These are the Bio Technology Projects Titles for M.Tech/M.Sc/B.Sc Bio-Technology Students. These projects can be useful for Department of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Students.

Here is a list of topics related to the fields of biology and biotechnology:

Bio Technology Projects

  1. Examining Protein Aggregation and Toxicity through the Cloning of TTR-GFP in a Yeast Vector
  2. Investigating Embryo Rescue Techniques in Grape Cultivation
  3. Investigating the Neuroprotective Properties of Withania Somnifera Root Extract in Mouse Models of Maneb-Paraquat Parkinsonism
  4. An Overview of the Working Principles and Applications of Analytical Instruments
  5. Standardizing the Preparation of Sweet and Sour Soybean Pickle
  6. Developing a Nutraceutical Supplement for Pregnant Women
  7. The Benefits of Tissue Culture in Horticultural Practices
  8. Improving the Specific Activity of Carboxyl Esterase for Drug Metabolism in Brain Tumor Cell Lines through Structural Modification with Lithium
  9. Investigating the Effects of Zinc Oxide and Silver Nanoparticles on Biological Systems
  10. Understanding the Mechanisms of Multidrug Resistance in Bacterial Pathogens.
  11. An Exploration of Municipal Solid Waste Biogas Production and its Upgradation Through Cost-Effective Methods
  12. Investigating Non-Invasive Prenatal Genetic Testing in the European Market
  13. Assessing Antifungal Drug Sensitivity to Aspergillus Terreus and Aspergillus Flavus
  14. Utilizing Biochar for Wastewater Treatment and Valuable Product Recovery
  15. The Potential of Biochar for Capturing and Storing Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  16. Examining the Mechanisms, Tolerance, and Treatment of Hospital-Acquired Infections Caused by Biofilm
  17. A Study on the Production of Biogas Using Co-digestion of Apple Pomace and Pine Needles
  18. Bioleaching of Gold and Silver from Mobile Phone Printed Circuit Boards (MPPCBs) Using Pseudomonas Balearica SAE1
  19. Understanding Biosimilars and Biosimilarity Identification
  20. A Market Analysis of Cell Therapy Manufacturing.
  21. An Assessment of Bio-similar Drugs for Treating Auto-Immune Disorders in the European Market
  22. Bio-similar Comparison for Treating Auto-Immune Disorders in the European Market
  23. Computational Analysis of Podophyllum Species and Scientific Validation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
  24. Computational and Experimental Study of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathways with Emphasis on DNA Repair and Autophagy
  25. Constructing an Anti-sense Knockout Mutant of Mycobacterium Fortuitum LipU and Its In-silico Analysis of Pathogenesis
  26. Domestic System-based Cultivation of Agricus Biporus
  27. Identifying the Genes Responsible for Quorum Sensing in Cronobacter Sakazakii
  28. Enzymatic Conversion of Mustard Oil into Bio-jet Fuel
  29. Testing Commercial Probiotics against Cronobacter Sakazakii
  30. Exploring High Temperature Stress Responsive Genes in Potato During Tuberization Using Yeast Functional Screening.
  31. Purification and Application of Cas12 (Lbcpf1) in Detection of Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus-Potato
  32. Genetic Expression Analysis of Rhodiola Imbricata for Production and Biosynthesis of Medicinal Compounds
  33. Fabrication of Microfluidic Devices using 3D Printing Technology
  34. Development and Testing of Soft Gelatin Capsules
  35. Assessment of Functional Properties of Soymilk Protein Hydrolysate
  36. Global Market Study of Therapeutic Vaccines
  37. Structural and Functional Analysis of Glucose Transporters and Their Role in Glucose Transport
  38. College Campus Ground Survey Using Plane Table Method
  39. Ground Survey Using Dumpy Level Instrument
  40. Ground Survey Utilizing Prismatic Compass Technique.
  41. Allergen Analysis of Pomfret Fish
  42. Predictive Analysis of Potential Drug Targets and Molecules for Campylobacter Jejuni
  43. Structural and Functional Analysis of Bacillus Megaterium Arginase through Computational Methods
  44. In-Silico Investigation of Bacillus megaterium Asparaginase Functionality by Manisha Thakur
  45. Computer-based Analysis of Commercially and Medicinally Significant Phytochemicals in Bauhinia Variegata
  46. Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Mushroom Products in the Fight Against COVID-19
  47. The Effect of Quercetin and Rutin on Behavioral Dysfunctions Associated with Diabetes in Swiss Albino Mice
  48. Isolation and Identification of Carbonic Anhydrase-Producing Bacterial Strains for CO2 Utilization
  49. Management of Arteriosclerosis in the United States
  50. Systematic Review of the TNF-α -308 G/A Polymorphism’s Role in Genetic Vulnerability to Vitiligo.
  51. Estimating Methane Emissions from Apple Pomace
  52. Micropropagation and Molecular Characterization of Picrorhiza Kurroa Chemotypes for Picroside-1 Production
  53. Microencapsulating Probiotics with Milk-based Extrusion Method
  54. Exploring Extremophilic Microbial Communities in Himachal Pradesh
  55. Characterizing Rhodiola Imbricata for Biosynthesis of Salidroside and Rosavin
  56. Monitoring Fecal Coliform Bacteria and Plant Growth Promotion
  57. Determining the Longitudinal Profile of Mula River using Dumpy Level
  58. Studying the Role of Serpini1 Gene in Alzheimer’s Disease through Mutational, Docking, and Simulation Studies and its Experimental Assay with Ascorbic Acid
  59. Biogenic Synthesis of Noble Metal Nanoparticles using Natural Saccharides and their Applications in Biomedical Sciences
  60. Optimizing the Hardening Conditions for Rhodiola Imbricata and Valeriana Jatamansi.
  61. Optimizing Metal Leaching Bacteria through In Silico Analysis of Protein Expression and Pathways
  62. In Vitro Studies on the Overexpression of Isocitrate Lyase in Mycobacterium Fortuitum
  63. Development and Characterization of Phytase Supplement for Aquafeed from Bacillus Spp.
  64. Quantifying Rare Phytochemicals in Arisaema propinquum
  65. Food Beverage and Product Preparation
  66. Characterizing Esterase Producing Bacterial Strains for Production
  67. Enhancing Nutritional Content in Sauerkraut and Evaluating its Production
  68. Enhancing Nutritional Value in Tempeh: Production and Evaluation
  69. Molecular Characterization of Gentiopicroside in Gentiana kurroo and Swertia chirata
  70. Biopolymer Production from Food Waste.
  71. Utilizing Phytochemicals to Combat Mycotoxin-Producing Aspergilli and Penicillium Species: Recent Trends
  72. Investigating the Role of the SNP Rs510432 of the ATG5 Gene in Asthma Susceptibility
  73. Examining the Association of TYR Gene Variants with Vitiligo in the Himachal Pradesh Population
  74. Characterizing Lignocellulosic Enzymes from Thermophilic Bacterial Isolates in the Anaerobic System
  75. Discovering Potent Natural Compounds for Disinfection
  76. Assessing the Wound Healing Potential of Phytochemicals from Azadirachta Indica and Curcuma Longa using Cell Line-Based Assays
  77. Investigating the Role of the Trem2 Gene in Alzheimer’s Disease through Structural, Functional, and Evolutionary Mutational Analysis
  78. The Role of Chemical Disinfectants as Antimicrobials
  79. Examining the Degradation Kinetics of Wheat and Barley Proteins by Actobacillus paracasei CD4
  80. Evaluating Natural Antimicrobial Compounds Against Bacterial Isolates
  81. Characterizing Quercetin-Loaded Polycaprolactone Microparticles
  82. Analyzing the Potential Effect of Copper Nanoparticles on Drosophila melanogaster through Green Synthesis of Copper Nanoparticles
  83. Synthesizing and Investigating the Application of Silver Nanoparticles in Catalysis
  84. Synthesizing, Characterizing, and Evaluating the Cytotoxicity of the Short Cationic Lipopeptide Lp24
  85. Enhancing the Efficacy of Vitamin D2 on Cell Lines Using Cissus Quadrangularis
  86. Investigating the Interactions of EGFR in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Using Virtual Screening and Molecular Docking of Protein Ligands.

Civil Engineering Construction Management Projects

Hi, These are the latest projects for partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Technology or Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering with a specialization in Infrastructure Engineering and Construction Management.

Infrastructure Engineering & Construction Management Projects

  1. The Integration of Drone Technology in Civil Engineering
  2. Highway Alignment Analysis Using Openroads Software
  3. Implementing Green Construction Technology in Construction Projects
  4. Investigating the Impact of Factors on Labor Productivity in Hilly Regions
  5. Assessing Delays in Construction Projects
  6. Planning and Timetabling a Significant Building Project
  7. The Effect of Waste Materials on Bituminous Mixture Characteristics
  8. Analyzing Challenges Experienced by Female Construction Workers During Covid-19
  9. Innovative Approaches in Air Transportation: The Concept of a Green Airport
  10. Advancements in Concrete Technology: High-Strength Concrete with Self-Healing Properties
  11. Adopting Sustainable Construction Methods for Existing Structures and Evaluating its Impact on Ratings
  12. Improving Highway Project Efficiency through Lean Construction
  13. Key Risks in Road Projects in India
  14. Enhancing Construction Management of Delayed Projects using BIM and Rescheduling with Primavera
  15. Predicting the Safety of Infrastructure Projects through MATLAB Neural Networks
  16. Identifying and Managing Risks in Building and Infrastructure Projects
  17. Managing Risks in Highway Projects
  18. Scheduling and Cost Analysis of Underground Works in Hydroelectric Projects
  19. Timetabling Repetitive Non-Serial Activities of Multi-Storey Parking and Cost Estimation
  20. Modeling an Intersection Using PTV VISSIM
  21. Examining the Factors that Influence Highway Widening Projects in Hilly Areas
  22. Analyzing Labor Productivity in Construction Projects in India
  23. Improving Labor Productivity in Hilly Terrain in Construction Projects
  24. Investigating the Strength and Durability of Recycled Aggregate Concrete
  25. Evaluating the Success and Failure of Hydropower Projects
  26. Time and Cost Contingency Assessment and Analysis
  27. Optimizing Time Delay and Cost Overrun Analysis in Construction Projects using Genetic Algorithms
  28. Analysing Time Delays in Road Construction Projects
  29. Utilizing Waste Material in Cool Pavement Construction
  30. Identifying the Most Significant Delaying Factors in Hilly Road Construction
  31. The Use of Waste Material in Concrete for Rigid Pavement Construction
  32. Understanding the Factors that Affect the Compressive Strength of Geopolymer Concrete
  33. Time Contingency Analysis for Construction Projects
  34. Comparing Accidents on Dam and Highway Construction Sites
  35. Examining the Feasibility of the Public-Private Partnership Model for Dam Construction
  36. Computing the Height of Lift and Placement Frequency in Concrete Dam using FEA
  37. Designing and Scheduling a Significant Building Project
  38. Developing a Whole Life Cost Model for Road Tunnels
  39. Comparing the Life Cycle Costs of Normal and Green Buildings
  40. Investigating the Mechanical Properties of Porous Lightweight Concrete
  41. Mix Design and Factors Affecting the Strength of Pervious Concrete
  42. Timetabling Repetitive Non-Serial Activities of Multi-Storey Parking and Cost Estimation
  43. Designing Shimla as a Smart City through Smart Solutions
  44. Investigating the Factors Influencing Highway Widening Projects in Hilly Areas.
  45. Challenges in Preserving Historical Structures: Material Considerations
  46. Minimizing Construction Waste through Lean Integrated Project Delivery: A Development of Interpretive Structural Model
  47. Real-Time Monitoring of Ready Mixed Concrete Delivery with an Integrated Navigation System
  48. Reducing the Delivery Time of Ready Mixed Concrete Through Particles Swarm Optimization (PSO)
  49. Textile Wastewater Treatment by Zero-Valent Aluminium Based Advanced Oxidation Processes and Fe/Al catalyzed Advanced Oxidation Processes
  50. Development of Interpretive Structural Model for Challenges in Precast Construction for Indian Infrastructure Project
  51. Assessment o the Physical Space Utilization and Land Use for Healthcare Facilities
  52. Evaluating Capacity and Delay for Signalized Arterials with Freight Deliveries
  53. Application of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) as Risk Management Tool
  54. Impact of Roof Garden on Annual Building Cooling Load
  55. Social Benefit-Cost Ratio Analysis (SBCA) and Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Analysis for Sustainable Transportation Project
  56. Mode Choice Behavior in Urban Travel
  57. Application of 6D BIM in Designing of Energy Efficient Building
  58. Assessment of Educational Infrastructure Requirement for Ahmadabad Region
  59. Development of Geotechnical Site Characterization Model for Ahmedabad City
  60. Performance Analysis and Comparison of Fixed Time Traffic Control System and Adaptive Traffic Control System
  61. Lcc for Affordable Housing Using Supplementary Chementitious Materials
  62. Life Cycle Costing Analysis of Municipal Solid Waste to Energy Techniques
  63. Analysing the Impact of Building Orientation and Lighting Sensors on Annual Lighting Load
  64. Application of Genetic Algorithm for Scheduling Transit Mixer Delivery of Ready Mixed Concrete (RMC)
  65. Application of Genetic Algorithm for Resource Optimization of Precast Construction
  66. Comparison Between Suitability of Flexible Pavement and Rigid Pavement
  67. Development of Output and Performance Based Road Contract (OPRC) Model for Maintenance and Management of Roads
  68. Development of Red Light Violation Detection System for Heterogeneous Traffic.

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Civil Structural Engineering Projects

Welcome to 1000 Projects Civil Engineering Projects Section. Here We Provide a Complete Civil Engineering Master Of Technology ( Projects With a Specialization In Structural Engineering.

These are the below Civil Structural Projects available. Call or Mail us for more details about these B.E/B.Tech / M.E/M.Tech Projects

  1. Analysis of Jacketed Reinforced Concrete Columns under Axial Load using Finite Element Method
  2. Dynamic Evaluation of Reinforced Concrete Frames with Infill Subjected to Blast Loading according to IS 4991-1968
  3. Finite Element Modelling of Reinforced Concrete Building Structures
  4. Parametric Investigation of Water Tank Design using Genetic Algorithms
  5. Impact of Shear Wall Placement on Lateral Load Performance of Building Frames
  6. Examination of Structural Behavior of Cable-Stayed Bridges with Different Deck Profiles
  7. Design and Analysis of Affordable Multi-Story Buildings using STAAD Pro
  8. Modelling, Analysis, and Design of Residential Multi-Story Buildings
  9. Seismic Analysis of Multi-Story Buildings with Symmetrical Plans in Earthquake Zones III
  10. Analysis and Design of Water Storage Tanks.
  11. Seismic Response Investigation of Multi-Story Buildings
  12. Analysis of Piled Raft Foundations with a Geo-Structural Approach
  13. Experimental Study of Concrete-Filled Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride (UPVC) Tubes
  14. Comparison of Analysis and Design between a Composite Structure and a Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structure
  15. Comparative Study of Optimizing the Super-Structural Design of Multi-Story Reinforced Concrete Buildings
  16. Comparison of Seismic Performance in Irregular Reinforced Concrete Buildings
  17. Design and Analysis of a G+12 Building with and without Floating Columns
  18. Assessment of Progressive Collapse of Reinforced Concrete Frames using Non-Linear Dynamic Approach
  19. Non-Linear Time History Analysis of Tall Buildings with Mass, Stiffness, and Vertical Irregularities
  20. Analysis and Design of Cooling Towers using STAAD Pro and ETABS
  21. Design and Analysis of Composite Steel Girders for Road Bridges
  22. Analysis of Box Culverts with Different Aspect Ratios of Cells
  23. Outrigger Structural System Analysis
  24. Analysis of Multistable Structures using Commercial Software
  25. Comparative Analytical Study of Seismic Response in Steel, Concrete, and Composite Buildings
  26. Analysis of Durability Parameters of Geopolymer Concrete using Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS)
  27. Analysis of Piled Raft Foundations on Winkler’s Linear Spring Bed using SAP2000 with Piles Modeled as Nonlinear Springs and T-Z Approach
  28. Comparative Analytical Study of Seismic Response and Cost of Multi-Story (G+12) Reinforced Concrete, Steel, and Steel-Concrete Composite Buildings.
  29. Analyzing the Impact Loading Response of Reinforced Concrete Frames with Finite Element Analysis
  30. Examining the Buckling Behavior of Self-Stressed Concrete Columns Reinforced with PVA through Finite Element Analysis
  31. Assessing and Improving the Durability of Concrete Structures
  32. Evaluating the In-Situ Compressive Strength of Concrete with Brick Chips using the CAPO Test
  33. Comparing Structures with Different Infill Materials using ETABS
  34. Investigating the Flexural Behavior of RC Beams Strengthened with FRP
  35. Studying the Strength and Durability Properties of Steel Fiber Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete
  36. Upgrading Corrosion-Damaged FRCM Structures through Retrofitting
  37. Utilizing Alkali Resistant Glass Fibers in Concrete
  38. Enhancing Concrete with Alkali Resistant Glass Fiber
  39. Designing RCC Bridges for Resilience against Flash Floods
  40. Developing Ultra High-Performance Concrete for High Strain Rate Impact Resistance
  41. Experimenting with Permeable Concrete using Recycled Aggregates
  42. Analyzing the Failure Mechanism of Steel-Concrete Composite Interface with Finite Element Analysis
  43. Assessing the Stability of Precast Retaining Walls with a Performance-Based Finite Element Approach
  44. Enhancing Confinement and Ductility of Circular Columns
  45. Investigating the Influence of Nano Silica and Nano Alumina on the Packing Density of Cement Paste.
  46. Simulating the Penetration of Projectiles on Concrete Panels Using Abaqus
  47. Investigating the Effects of Changing Box Cell Configuration in Double Box Cell Type Bridges
  48. Evaluating the Performance of Steel-Concrete Composite Bonded Specimens Under Slant Shear Loads
  49. Designing Multi-Storeyed Buildings Based on Performance
  50. Real-Time Monitoring of Steel Bar Corrosion in Concrete Using Piezoelectric Sensors
  51. Analyzing and Retrofitting RCC Buildings for Seismic Resistance Using Various Techniques
  52. Assessing Seismic Performance of RCC Box Girder Bridges with Different Support Conditions
  53. Analyzing the Stability of a Gravity Dam Using MATLAB Programming
  54. Examining Stress Concentration Issues in Girder Bridges
  55. Studying the Seismic Response of Horizontally Curved Bridges with Skewed Abutments
  56. Investigating Cost-Efficiency of Buildings in Different Indian Geographical Locations by Utilizing Concrete Wastes
  57. Analyzing the Types, Behaviors, and Designs of Retaining Wall Structures with Software
  58. Testing and Utilizing Concrete Block Technology Materials
  59. Utilizing Waste Foundry Sand in Concrete Paver Blocks
  60. Investigating the Remedies and Effects of Floods on Bricks and AAC Block Walls in Residential Buildings
  61. Seismically Analyzing Floating Column Buildings
  62. Examining Aerodynamic Instabilities in Cluster Buildings
  63. Optimizing Truss Bridge Cost through Analysis and Use of Hollow Sections
  64. Comparing the Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Square and Circular Steel Base Plates on Leveling Nuts using ANSYS
  65. Studying the Effect of Nano Silica and Nano Alumina on Ultra High-Performance Concrete
  66. Investigating the Effects of Corrosion on Reinforced Concrete with Steel Fiber and Mineral Admixture Additions
  67. Performing Finite Element Analysis of a Beam with a Corrugated Web for a Jib Crane
  68. Examining the Mechanical Behaviors of Confined Circular Columns
  69. Investigating the Mechanical Behaviors of Rectangular Beams
  70. Analyzing the Multi-Support Excitation of Steel I Girder Bridges Under Spatially Varied Earthquake Ground Motions
  71. Modeling Concrete’s Response to Blast Loading
  72. Investigating the Effects of Partially Replacing Cement and Sand with Biomaterial and Glass Waste in Concrete
  73. Assessing the Performance of Metal Foam Composite Panel Shear Walls
  74. Designing Pound Control for Elevated Bridges Under Seismic Excitation
  75. Examining the Response of Transmission Line-Tower Coupled Systems to Multi-Support Excitations
  76. Analyzing the Response of Underground Tunnels to Uniform and Multi-Support Excitations
  77. Modeling Soil-Track Interactions to Study Ground Vibrations for High-Speed Trains
  78. Studying the Stochastic Response of a Curved Dam to Spatial Varying Earthquake Ground Motions
  79. Investigating the Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Cement with Sugarcane Bagasse Ash.

Impact of IT on Sales Industry with special reference to Retail, FMCG & E-Commerce Industries

1.    Introduction

The days are gone when the strategy of marketing and sales used to happen in a traditional way. The world has become small by glocalization because of tremendous development in technology. The competition has increased across the globe irrespective of the industry segments where the companies are investing huge amounts in technology implementation in their organization to become sustainable. The technology is been implemented in all areas and functions of the organization and when it comes to sales apart from ERP technologies separate sales technologies are being implemented to increase monitoring and track sales. It is very important to track, and generate analytics and metrics of the sales patterns which shall help in planning the entire operations of the organization hence, Information technology in sales is very important.

The IT in Retail, FMCG, and E-Commerce play a crucial role as there are many product lines, and diverse products and the mode of operations/ sales of the sales have multiple dimensions. As stated that there because of tremendous competition organizations are expanding beyond geographical horizons and diversifying their products and tracking the sales patterns, product wise sales, location wise sales, season wise sales are very important along with the strategy of enabling the sales technologies to do market research also.

In this project, the role of IT in the sales industry with reference to retail, FMCG & E-Commerce shall be analyzed using the Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, Environmental (PESTLE), Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats (SWOT), Ishikawa diagrams. The five dominant sales technologies shall be analyzed based on their features, number of customers, performance, etc., and one of these five technology be selected and analyzed further. Based on the analysis the findings shall be drawn and the recommendation shall be given.

2.    Objectives

  • To analyze the role of IT in sales
  • To understand the role of IT in retail, FMCG, and E-Commerce industries
  • Evaluating the five dominant technologies in sales
  • Analyzing one of the five selected technologies to understand the pros and cons
  • To explore the challenges in implementing IT in sales
  • To explore the advantages and disadvantages of implementing IT in sales
  • To understand the data integrity and safety measures incorporated in sales technologies
  • To explore how IT is enabling the organization to attract new customers
  • To explore the strategies for how IT is helping organizations in retaining their existing customers.
  • To analyze how IT technologies are bridging the gap between customers and organizations by enabling their effective communication channels.
  • To explore the limitation of IT in the selected industries.

3.    Need of the study

It is evident that the competition is been increasing across the globe in all industry segments and it is becoming tough for the organization to be sustainable. In any industry, whether it is products/ goods or services sales are very important as revenues are generated only through sales and it is very important to increase sales strategically and this can be enabled only through technology.

Many IT and software companies are developing and transforming technologies in the sales segment because of growing demand. There are various challenges, and limitations which are involved in sales IT technologies such as data integrity, data security, etc., along with the cost of the technologies hence, there is a need to explore and do research in this area and that is the reason for selecting this topic. 

4.    Scope of the Study

The scope of the study is confined to the Indian environment. The scope is limited to Retail, FMCG, and E-Commerce industries. There are various sales IT technologies available in the Indian market but only the top five of them shall be selected and analyzed out of which one technology shall be deeply analyzed. The scope deals only with the impact, challenges, advantages, and disadvantages of sales IT technologies in the selected industries in the Indian environment.

5.    Research Methodology

This research shall be carried out in a systematic way. All important components shall be covered and all ethical issues shall be addressed. There shall be any copied content in this research and there shall be any copyrights, etc., issues.

5.1  Research Paradigms

Positivism, Critical theory, Realism, Critical Realism, and Constructivism and the research paradigms which shall be followed in this research.

5.2  Data Collection

The data collection shall be divided into two dimensions primary data and secondary data and these data shall be collected from various sources like academic notes, books, journals, articles, blogs, and various internet sources. The primary data and the secondary data analysis shall be done and the same shall be incorporated in the literature review chapter of the final project document.

5.3  Data Analysis

The qualitative analysis tool shall be used in this study. The tools such as SWOT Analysis, PESTLE Analysis, and the Ishikawa diagram shall be used and during the research, if we found that any additional tools are required to use we shall explore and use those tools and incorporate them data analysis chapter of the final project report.

E-Learning System Web Portal Java Project


e-Learning” is an educational-based java web application; this web portal helps college students to get all the resources & study materials of every course available on the online portal. All the students can access this website portal anytime and from anywhere on the internet. E-Learning System is a very good online e-learning portal compared to all web links given by Google, Bing, Yahoo, ChatGPT, or any website while searching for student course materials.


Existing System:

In Present Educational based E-learning system, students can get information from books or study materials provided by professors manually. But in this system, students may not get the related and sufficient information according to their syllabus. The above resources do not provide discussion forums between students and professors to clarify their doubts. There is no proper guidance for the students.

Proposed System

The main aim of this E-Learning system is to provide sufficient study materials to the academic students according to their syllabus from which students can easily download study materials of their relevant course. The first step is to register in order to access this website. In this system, we are providing discussion forums between students and professors where students can easily clarify their doubts. Modules of this website are Admin, professor, student, and mentor.



  • Admin can view all member’s details like professors/asst. professors, mentors, and students. Here each user (student/mentor/professor) can upload material.
  • The uploaded material can be verified by the admin. The admin can validate the material if the material is related to the subject. The validated materials are only visible to the students.
  • The admin can view the queries which are sent by the students to the mentors. The admin can also check how many solved queries and unsolved queries.


  • Each student must and should be registered before login. Here we have user authentication every time. Students can upload material, view material, and send queries. The upload materials first verify by the admin and then visible in the view material tab.
  • The student view uploaded material by all the users which is validated by the admin and he can download materials.
  • The student can send a query to the mentor if he/she has any doubts regarding academic subjects.


  • Mentor registration and login.
  • Mentors can upload material, view material, forward queries, and reply to queries. The upload materials first verify by the admin and then visible in the view material tab.
  • The Mentor view uploaded the material by all the users which is validated by the admin and he can download materials.
  • The Mentor can solve a query if he/she is unable to solve queries forward it to Asst.Professor/Professor.


  • Professor registration and login.
  • Professor can upload material, view material, and reply to queries. The upload materials first verify by the admin and then visible in the view material tab.
  • The Professor view uploaded the material by all the users which are validated by an admin.
  • The Professor can solve a query and send it back to the mentors.

Software Requirements:

           Operating System: Windows 10/11

           Web Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript

           Programming Language: Java, JSP, Servlets

           Backend Database: MySQL /Oracle 10G

           IDE / Work Bench: Eclipse/ Netbeans

Hackathon the Code Festival Java Project


Hackathon is a Java web application used for hackathons.  In this web application Project, the Hackathon conducts code fests. The contestants must register to participate in the code fest. The Hackathon announces code festival schedules with desired skill sets. Those eligible for the hackathon can register themselves by using their login credentials. For registered contestants can participate in code fest by using this application. The Hackathon can announce the winner of that particular event and the results also. The contestant can view the results. This Application is very useful for users and the code fests are useful to improve their skills.


This Hackathon the Code Festival project is divided into four implementation modules. Those are

  • Admin
  • Mentor
  • Contestant


The admin will maintain all the information about the website and enables contestant to register for a particular hackathon. Then the admin for that particular hackathon enables the contestant to participate in that contest and he is also responsible for displaying the list of contestants for that hackathon. Then the admin is responsible for deciding the winner of that particular hackathon. The admin can give privileges to the contestants to send invites for their friends to participate in the contest.


The mentor is also having the same responsibilities as the admin. The mentor can view the no. of registered contestants and no. of participants. The mentor is responsible for displaying all the contestant’s scores in that hackathon. The mentor can also display the winner of each particular hackathon.


Contestants can choose a particular hackathon in which they are interested from the list of hackathons. To access this application Contestants must and should register. Each every time the contestants should log in by using the given credentials.  Contestants can view the list of Hackathons. The Contestants can participate in hackathons by giving their details about that particular hackathon. The Contests can view the result and winner of the Hackathon.

Software Requirements:

Java, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript

Simple Hospital Management System Project in C


A health information system (HIS) is a robust, interactive information system designed to manage the operations of healthcare facilities (Hospitals). HIS, like any other integrated framework, takes time to develop, necessitates specialized technical expertise for software development, and, most importantly, costs money to develop, install, support, and update.

A general block diagram of the SIMPLE HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM is shown in the figure:


1. The Hospital Information System aids in the maintenance of a completely secure database of patient and business data. You can have access to this information at any time.
2. A hospital information system improves healthcare delivery by giving medical staff easier data access, quicker data retrieval, higher-quality data, and greater data display flexibility.
3. .Hospital Information Systems aid in increasing quality, both in terms of cost and clinical treatment. Duplications, repetitions, gaps, incomplete information, and confusion are all avoided.
4. Hospital Information System helps to force orderliness and standardization of the patient records and procedures in the clinic and increase the accuracy & completeness of medical records of Patients.
5. A good managerial tool is a hospital information system that provides total, cost-effective access to full and more reliable patient care data in order to improve efficiency and functions. Hospital Information System helps in gathering information to meet management challenges.


Structuring Medical Records to carry out functions like admissions, discharge, treatment history, etc:

Patient Registration: This function of Hospital Management Information System deals with registering the new Patient either for OPD or IPD and giving a unique Identification Number to the Patient. This number is unique throughout the System for identifying the patient. All the medical records of the patient are identified by a combination of numbers i.e. Patient ID and OPD/IPD ID. The numbers give flexible search in terms of finding patient History records.

OPD / IPD Investigation Cases: This Module of the Hospital Management System deals with all kinds of Investigations suggested by Doctors. The function enables the entry of Investigations /Procedures for a particular patient. The entered investigations are rooted through the Billing/Cash office and once the patient pays for the Investigations the entries of the same go to the respective Diagnostics Center.

IPD ADMISSION AND WARD ALLOCATION: This function of Patient IPD Admission gives the facility to process patient admission and allocate Beds to patients. The system identifies the patient as a new IPD patient or internal referred from hospital OPD/CMO. This function gives information on vacant beds in a Hospital. Occupancy status in that particular position can be found out while allocating the Bed. The main function of Patient Admission facilitates admitting the patient according to requirements, considering the type of admission and the patient’s condition.

PATIENT SHIFTING: This function of the Hospital Management System facilitates shifting patients from one Room to other inside the Hospital. With this facility, patients’ actual positions can be updated online so that internal functions such as Billing, Investigations, and Surgery are planned. The position of the patient is very important since all the charges like Surgery. Procedures, Investigations are related to Room Category.


This function of the Hospital Management System facilitates all kinds of financial transactions from the patient. Function plays a vital role in payment recovery from patients from time to time during the stay. The Advances from the patient depend on the Type of Admission and the Patient category is prompted by the System. The Interim Bill vs. Advances ratio is also maintained to carry out recovery planning. Advances and deposits accepted by the Billing/Cash counter are directly posted into Accounts. Refund cases are considered for excess Advances from the Patient.

The Account officially authorizes this transaction and then the refund is processed. In case of the Company category patient, the ration analysis between Interim Bill and the Authority letter amount by the company is compared for further action. If the patient is to be given Discounts then the authorized person authorizes the Amount and the discount is processed. The discount categories are flexible and can be changed by the administrator. This facilitates an easy way to keep track of the discounts and concessions.

Following are the main reports/outputs generated by the Hospital Information system:

Patient List – Admitted / Discharged. This report gives information on admitted/discharged patients during certain time periods. This facilitates management to know the Admission vs. Discharges ratio.
Bed occupancy Reports. This report gives information on Bed Occupancy at any given time room category-wise.
Ward Allocation Reports. This report gives allocated rooms report for tracking of patients.
Interim Bill v/s Advance Report. This report gives the ration of Interim Bills vs. Advances paid by the patient with the percentage of payment.
Admission / Discharge Register. The admission and Discharge register is maintained by the system. This report gives details of patient Admission and discharges during a specific period.
Consultant-wise patients This report gives Doctor wise patients at any point in time to know referring or In-charge doctor.
Appointment List

The appointments for consultants are maintained on the system.

Performed operation list.
Patient follow-up report.
This module enables getting patient investigation, and procedure records from different locations i.e. IPD, OPD, and Casualty.

E-Commerce Website for Online Nursery Store Plants & Accessories

Online Nursery Store overcomes lots of challenges when compared to an offline store. A separate website for plants and their accessories helps customers to view various kinds of products. It offers all the required features to the customers that let them buy, rate, and leave comments on all the products that are available in the store. Therefore, the idea of Blooming Delights An E-Commerce Website is to provide features to customers like view descriptions, compare prices, can comment on customization ideas, and can follow planting tips that promote gardening. The website recommends customers with the most purchased products, highest-rated products, and recently added products. A chatbot is developed that answers product or order-related queries to customers. After the order is placed, an order confirmation report can be viewed by the client for review.

Problem statement:

Many people want to buy plants and are directly concerned with the nursery store. But sometimes people do not know specific information about certain plants and the seller does not have technical skills. Build an online nursery store website so that customers can compare prices, view descriptions, and add reviews to a product that helps the customers for a pleasant shopping experience. After the order is placed, an order confirmation report can be viewed by the client for review.


The main objective of this E-Commerce Website project is to create an online nursery store website that helps customers compare prices, view descriptions, can comment on customization ideas, and can follow planting tips that promote gardening. Customer service is essential. So, each customer should have a pleasant shopping experience. For this, customer queries are answered with the help of a chatbot.

Proposed system:

Our Online Nursery Store website consists of two different logins customer and admin. The features of our website are as mentioned below:


  • Buy Products
  • Rate Products
  • Comment Products
  • View his own profile
  • View his own purchases history
  • Create favorite products list
  • Can change his own avatar


  • Add products to the website
  • Edit products on the website
  • Delete products on the website
  • Edit/Delete inappropriate user comments

Activity Diagram:

Activity diagram


Software requirements:

Visual Studio Code
Dialogflow (For the integration of Chatbot)
MEAN Stack

1) Mongodb
2) Express JS
3) Angular
4) Node JS

Hardware Requirements:

Intel core i5 processor
Hard Disk Drive 1 TB

Functional Requirements:


R1: Registration
Description: To enter the site user has to register first. Requirements of registration are name, email, password, and, security check details.
Input: User Details.
Output: Filled registration details.
Processing: User details are checked with the database to avoid duplicate login. Password constraint is checked as per validation.

R2: User Login
Description: The system provides the facility to login into the system.
Input: Enter user email and password.
Processing: The system will check the input of the user and if valid then login is done. Otherwise, the user will be asked to re-check his/her credentials.

R3: Forget password
Description: The user can reset the password.
Input: Email ID and security check details.
Output: The user can update the password.
Processing: The data will be updated in the database

R4: Purchase products
Description: Customers can select a product.
Input: Search for an item.
Processing: Any product will be selected and displayed.

R5: Comments
Description: Customers can post and view comments.
Input: Customers have to post his/her comments.
Processing: The system will add data to the database.

R6: Logout
Description: The system provides a facility to log out from the site.
Input: Select the logout option.
Output: Logout from the system.
Processing: The user will be logged out.


R1: Admin Login
Description: The system provides the facility to login into the system.
Input: Enter user email and password.
Processing: The system will check the admin’s input; if valid, then login is
done. Otherwise, the admin will be asked to re-check his/her credentials.

R2: Add Products
Description: Admin can add a product.
Input: Enter the product details.
Output: Added product is displayed under entered category.
Processing: The system will add the product to the database.

R3: Edit /Delete Products
Description: The admin can edit or delete a product.
Input: Enter the product details.
Processing: The system will make the changes in the database.

R4: Delete Comments
Description: Admin can delete inappropriate comments.
Output: Deleted comments are not displayed.
Processing: The system will make the changes in the database.

R5: Logout
Description: The system provides a facility to log out from the site.
Input: Select the logout option.
Output: Logout from the system.
Processing: The admin will be logged out.

Non-Functional Requirements:

Performance Requirements

The system needs to be reliable.
If unable to process the request, then an appropriate error message will be displayed.
Web pages are loaded within a few seconds.

Safety Requirements

The details need to be maintained properly.
Users must be authenticated.

Security Requirements

After entering the password and user id the user can access his/her profile.
The details of the user must be safe and secure.


Blooming Delights is an online nursery store website, that provides a platform to buy seeds, plants, tools, and different related products. It offers all the required features to the customers that let them buy, rate, and leave comments on all the products that are available in the store. The description of each product is available to soothe the selection. Hence, Customers can compare prices, can comment on customization ideas, and can follow planting tips that promote gardening. The future work of this project is to improve various categories, add different kinds of payment modes, and send order-related updates by E-mail or SMS.

Bookstore Management System PHP MySQL Project

Purpose of Project

The main purpose of a Book-store Management System is to focus on the solution of all the problems related to the paperwork for different reasons. It provides a facility to handle all the activities in one place. With the help of this application, the admin can perform a different kinds of operations at the same time and place. Bookstore management System has the ability to keep records safe related to Books.  We provide the best service on our website or focus on user choice. We will improve the new feat so users can easily understand and trust our system.

Project Background

  • This Bookstore Management System Software allows the Admin to store the book details and the customer details.
  • Easier access to information like customer information and
  • Provide a facility for storing data to reduce the paperwork.
  • In Bookstore Management System Users can buy a book and Admin shows their name and another background of the user.
  • A new idea about Project how Bookstore Management System works.
  • To make a system computerized.

Scope of Project

  • The intentions of the Bookstore Management System are to reduce overtime pay and increase the number of records that can be treated accurately; Requirements statements in this document are both functional and non-functional.
  • Correct and Accurate Searching provides the result by applying the search operation.
  • Customers can book a book with just a few clicks.
  • Give flexibility to admin to use the database effectively and utilize the word, not pad, and calculator Unambiguous and understandable by all level facilities effectively.
  • Unambiguous and understandable at all levels.

Applicability of Project:

  • For customers who want to buy books anywhere or anytime.
  • Admin is applicable for insert books, list of books.
  • The database is used for storing and fetching data from or to the database so both users and admin can fetch or read data.

Requirement Specification

As per the Bookstore Management System Requirements, it contains two (2) Modules:

1)  Admin

2)  Client

Functionalities of Admin:

  • This Module includes the mainly following tasks:
    • Entry of Category.
    • Category List.
    • Add a New Book.
    • View Book.
    • View Message which Sends by Client.

Functionalities of Client:

  • This Module includes the mainly following tasks:
    • View Books.
    • Add books to Cart.
    • Search Books.
    • View or Add items to Cart.

Hardware requirement

  • System type 32-bit Operating System.
  • Windows 7/8/8.1/10
  • Linux  Ubuntu / Light ubuntu
  • Mac OS
  • 350MB RAM

Software Requirement

  • Wamp Server
  • MySQL
  • Browser
  • PHPMyAdmin

Project Analysis and Planning

The Bookstore Management System is critical to set up online orders, for customers to browse through book categories. This is a small-scale project for Bookstore Management System. The basic idea is that customers can buy a book from anywhere at any time with cash through.


  • Users can Register, Login, Logout the system.
  • View different categories and books.
  • Contact with Admin
  • Add Books to Cart
  • Order Books


  • One or more users visit the web page at a time.


  • In any browser run this webpage.


  • It performs the webpage as per User’s operating system.


  • Admin can manage the system.
  • Provide books.


  • Admin can insert a book or manage the records.

Database Design & Structure Design

Various tables used in the System are as follows:

  1. Admin
  2. Book
  3. Category
  4. Contact
  5. Register
  6. Order


  • At first look, we can say that Bookstore Management System is a perfect system but it has many limitations that are as follow :
  • This is also used to list the category and books also manage the customer and books of the Bookstore.
  • The Bookstore Management System is used to give information about the Books to the customer.
  • We faced problems like Database creation, the Flow of our system, designing front-end and back-end tools, coding, etc.
  • Only a single user can use a system at a time.
  • In this system, we cannot add a service module.
  • We learned new languages like jQuery, PHP, Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, etc.

Limitation of system


 Currently, the help feature is not available. Using this functionality users can get help with the system.


Currently, the feature of online payment is not available. Users cannot give payment online.


Multilingualism is not supported in our system. Therefore users cannot work in different languages.

Backup & Recovery:

Users cannot take the backup or recover the data in this system.

Many More Others.

Future Scope of the System

Help module

Using this module users can get help on how to access the system. All functionalities of the system are described in this module. And user can easily access the entire module using this feature.

Online payment module

User can do their payment online using this functionality. In the future, we will add an online payment to make payment easier for the user.


In this system we will add the multilingual therefore users can work in different languages and understand easily.

Input / Output Design

1. Home Page – Home Page of Bookstore Management System without logged-in User.
2. Selected Category – The detective Category is selected. Shows the Books of Detective Category.
3. Book Details (Before Login) – Book Detail for Visitors. Visitors Can’t add Books to Add to Cart.
4. Visitor Login Page – Login Page for Viewers.
5. Register Page – Register Page for Viewers.
6. Contact Us Page
7. Cart Page
8. Order Page – Only Cash On Delivery is Available for Orders.
9. Home Page (Logged In) – Automatically Navigation Bar Changed. The user Can Log Out.
10. Book Details (Logged In) – Users can Add Books To Add to the cart. Removed Sign in Link.
11. Add to Cart (Logged In) – Users Can add books to add to cart. Details of books and price. Click Recalculate to Qty, Rate, and Total will Calculate. Users can order Books.
12. Search Books – Book Search Feature.
13. Admin Login Page (New Template)
14. Admin Home Page – New Template.
15. Add Category (Admin)
16. View Category – List of Books.
17. Add Books.
18. View Books – List Books for Admin.
19. View Contacted List – List of People who Contacted using Contacted Page.
20. Users List
21. Forget the Password

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