The department has expertise in almost the entire spectrum of civil engineering namely in Highway technology, Planning, Design, Construction and Management. The department with its multifaceted faculty continues to maintain and cultivate its strong links with infrastructural industry, academics and research. Many of our faculty members and students are involved in research activities in various areas of civil engineering. Along with the curricular the department encourages its students to take part in various cultural-sports-art festivals in and around the country.
The future civil engineers here are always taught with the practical applications by the field expertise. The department is also very active in conducting workshops, short term seminars etc. and at the threshold of planning of the technical festival. The labs here provide expertise in Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Geo technical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Hydraulics and Surveying. With these state of art infrastructure the students involves them in research with the guidance of expertise faculties.
|S.No||Year of ESTD||Name of the Course||Intake|
|1||2010||B.Tech – Civil Engineering||60|
|2||Seminar/ Workshops/ Webinars||2||4||32|
|4||Paper Publications (Scopus & UGC)||15||10||2|
- To make the department a Centre of excellence in the field of civil engineering and allied research
- To promote innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding engineers to face the challenges of future.
|PO1||Fundamental engineering analysis skills:
An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and civil engineering theory in the modelling and design of to civil engineering problems.
|PO2||Information retrieval skills: An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.|
|PO3||Creative skills: An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. Graduates have design the competence.|
|PO4||Teamwork: An ability to function effectively on multi-disciplinary teams.|
|PO5||Engineering problem solving skills: An ability to analyze a problem, and identify, formulate and use the appropriate computing and engineering requirements for obtaining its solution.|
|PO6||Professional integrity: An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities. Graduates must understand the principles of ethical decision making and can interpret the ASCE Code of Ethics. Graduates will understand the proper use of the work of others (e.g., plagiarism, copyrights, and patents). Graduates will understand the special duty they owe to protect the public’s health, safety and welfare by virtue of their professional status as engineers in society.|
|PO7||Speaking / writing skills: An ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally. Graduates are able to produce engineering reports using written, oral and graphic methods of communication.|
|PO8||Engineering impact assessment skills: The broad education necessary to analyze the local and global impact of computing and engineering solutions on individuals, organizations, and society.|
|PO9||Social awareness: Knowledge of contemporary issues. Students are aware of emerging technologies and current professional issues.|
|PO10||Practical engineering analysis skills: An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.|
|PO11||Software hardware interface: An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software and hardware systems of varying complexity.|
|PO12||Successful career and immediate employment: An ability to recognize the importance of professional development by pursuing postgraduate studies or face competitive examinations that offer challenging and rewarding careers in Civil Engineering|
Program Educational Objectives
- PEO 1:
Graduates will utilize the foundation in Engineering and Science to improve lives and livelihoods through a successful career in Civil Engineering or other fields.
- PEO 2:
Graduates will become effective collaborators and innovators, leading or participating in efforts to address Social, Technical and Business challenges.
- PEO 3:
Graduates will engage in Life-Long Learning and professional development through Self-Study, continuing education or graduate and professional studies in engineering & Business.
Program Specific Outcomes
- PSO 1: Educating students with fundamental mathematical, scientific, and engineering knowledge to have a significant and positive long-term impact on the field of civil engineering.
- PSO 2: Emphasizing the importance of working in a team effectively and to
communicate properly within the team to achieve the desired outcome.
- PSO 3: Motivatestudentsinlearningtolearnandtheabilitytokeeplearningforalifetime to increase their professionalism, update and deepen their knowledge through the
development of the profession.
Head of The Department
Mr. ThangaMani K
Head of the Department (HOD), Department of Civil Engineering
Cell : +917660000961
The department of civil engineering is emerging as one of the fastest growing branches by imparting quality education to the students in all the major areas of civil engineering. The department is strengthening with 2 doctorate faculties and 3 faculties are pursuing their doctorate in various reputed universities. All faculties are well qualified with experience both teaching and industry.
The department is forecasting the vision of the college and striving hard for making students technically excellent, culturally vibrant, socially responsible and globally competent. The students are exposed to practical real time studies there by training them to analyze and provide solution for the same. Along with curricular, students are trained in all dimensions by means of seminar, workshops, Hands on work, technical talks, industrial visit, internships, site visit and many more. This provides a well built platform to enhance their enthusiasm and practical knowledge, which makes them to be confident to tackle any civil engineering challenges and be advanced and innovative with the growing technology.
|1||Mr. K Thangamani||HOD||M.Tech|
|2||Dr. T. S. Ramesh Babu||Associate Professor||M.Tech, Ph.D|
|3||Mr.M Rathna Chary||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|4||Mr. Garapati venkata sai prasad||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|5||Mr. Jagadish S. haranatti||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|6||Mr.Mahantish N. Paruti||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|7||Mr. M VIjay Kumar||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|8||Ms. Prashanthi||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|9||Ms. Sujnani||Asst Professor||M.Tech|
|10||Mrs. Sakshi A Manchalwar||Asst Professor||M.Tech, (Ph.D)|
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Held on 26-02-2020 for IV year Students.
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Held on 13.02.2020 for III year Students
Held on 01.02.2020 for II year Students.
Held on 29.01.2020 for All civil Students
held on 23.01.2020 for II year Students.
by Mr. Mohammed Waseem Ahammed on 06.11.19
Technical workshop on “Plumbing Services” by Dhanush Engineering services India pvt ltd held on 27/09/2019.
NPTEL Course certified Faculty
|Faculty Name||Course & Certificate|
|Mr. N Naveen Kumar||Infrastructure Planning & Management|
|Mr. N Naveen Kumar||Industrial Safety Engineering|
|Mr. N Naveen Kumar||Project Planning & Control|
|Faculty Name||Papers Published -UGS/Scopus||Seminars Attende||Workshops Attended||FDPs Attended|
|Dr. T S Ramesh Babu||09||2||0||11|
|Mr. Thanga Mani K||05||1||0||8|
|Mr. Hari Naga Prasad||04||3||2||4|
|Mr. Rathna Chary||3||0||0||5|
|Mr. K Mukunda||3||5||4||0|
|Mr. GVS Prasad||3||1||2||4|
|Mr. Rithish Kumar||0||0||0||0|
|Mrs. P Udyama||1||1||2|
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