CIVIL ENGINEERING

Department Profile

Civil Engineering, one of the oldest disciplines of engineering, is the professional art of applying Mathematics and Science that deals with designing, construction and maintenance of naturally and physically built environments such as airports, roads, bridges, dams and canals. In view of the rapid advancements in the field of construction and design, the Department of Civil Engineering has formulated the following objectives:

To produce graduates who are well-versed with modern engineering tools and equipment.

To enable the students to analyze and find solutions in different contexts.

To facilitate the betterment of the students through state-of-the-art laboratories and qualified faculty.

To equip students with organizational and management skills.

To promote teamwork and life-long learning in the students.

The Department of Civil Engineering is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories, seminar halls and smart classrooms towards fulfilling these objectives.

Career Opportunities

To cater to the demands of the ever-increasing population such as the high-end road and railway network, better water supply arrangements and, concept buildings, the PSUs and private organizations require highly talented individuals, who can design and provide solutions to the existing problems without tampering with nature and its delicate balance with the other living forms. Civil engineers are in high demand when it comes to jobs in the government sector where they have to work in Metros and other ambitious government projects. Graduates with the right skill set can procure jobs in multi-national construction companies with lucrative packages.

The graduates can opt for immediate employment through placements or higher education through advanced courses such as M.Tech or Masters of Science (MS) across India or abroad for various advanced computing courses.

Department Labs

Applied Mechanics Lab

Surveying Lab

Engineering Geology Lab

Concrete Technology Lab

Vision

To become a centre of excellence in producing highly competent Civil Engineers with strong ethical values to serve the society and nation through quality education and research

Mission

To impart high quality technical education in Civil Engineering by providing the well equipped infrastructure, state-of-art laboratories and qualified faculty.

To improve the quality of technological education through training, consultancy, research, and innovation.

To equip the graduate with necessary skills, leadership qualities along with strong ethical and moral values to serve the society and nation.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1: Graduates will excel in the professional practices of Civil Engineering by utilizing the acquired knowledge and technical skills .

PEO 2: Graduates will pursue higher study or research in Civil Engineering domain in any institute of repute across the nations.

PEO 3: Graduates will exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, communication and managerial skills, team work and social responsibility in their profession and adapt to current trends in Civil engineering industry by engaging in lifelong learning.

Program Specefic Outcome

PSO 1: Graduates can analyze the Civil Engineering problems by applying the knowledge of basic sciences, Engineering skills, mathematics and computational tools.

PSO 2: Graduates shall demonstrate sound knowledge in planning, analysis, design, laboratory investigations, cost estimations and construction aspects of all kinds of civil engineering projects with appropriate consideration for public health, safety and Environmental sustainability.

Program Outcome

Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. .

Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences. .

Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations. .

Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions. .

Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations. .

The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice. .

Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development. .

Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. .

Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. .

Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive .

Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments. .

Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. .

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION
1 Dr. M. Chittaranjan Ph.D Professor & HOD
2 V.Mahesh M.Tech Assistant Professor
3 G Anusha M.Tech Assistant Professor
4 V.R. Sai Devayani M.Tech Assistant Professor
5 T.Sravani M.Tech Assistant Professor
6 M. Sulthan Shareef M.Tech Assistant Professor
7 J. Harish M.Tech Assistant Professor
8 D.C.Naveen M.Tech Assistant Professor
9 K.Muniswamy M.Tech Assistant Professor
10 M.SriRam M.Tech Assistant Professor
11 A.Usha M.Tech Assistant Professor
12 Y.Rajesh Dharma M.Tech Assistant Professor


Engineering Day

ENGINEERING-DAY

Students Achievements

2018 - 2019

Mr. Shaik Jandaman Babasaif Ali (15BF1A0141 from B.Tech), got GATE rank 24739 and GATE score 321 in Academic Year 2018-19.

Miss. Nelaturi Charitha (15BF1A0125 from B.Tech), got GATE rank 6616 and GATE score 522 in Academic Year 2018-19.

Mr. Bijivemula Vikasnadh Reddy (15BF1A0107 from B.Tech), got GATE rank 8543 and GATE score 486 in Academic Year 2018-19.

Our students of II year Mr.C.Sri Krishna Varma (17BF1A0111), Mr.M.Reddaiah (17BF1A0123), Miss.P.Shirisha (17BF1A0139) and Mr. S.Diwakar (17BF1A0146) won first prize in “Bridge designing workshop” organized as a part of AASHRAY-2K18 a national level student technical symposium at JNTUA College of Engineering, Pulivendula.

Our students of II year Miss.P.Nikhila Padma (17BF1A0103), Miss.A.Sravani (17BF1A0104), Miss.N.V.S.Prathyusha (17BF1A0133) and Miss.S.Yojitha (17BF1A0149) won second prize in “ETABS workshop” organized as a part of AASHRAY-2K18 a national level student technical symposium at JNTUA College of Engineering, Pulivendula.

2017 - 2018

Mr. Shaik Jandaman Babasaif Ali (15BF1A0141 from B.Tech), got GATE rank 24739 and GATE score 321 in Academic Year 2018-19.

Miss. Nelaturi Charitha (15BF1A0125 from B.Tech), got GATE rank 6616 and GATE score 522 in Academic Year 2018-19.

CIVIL Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra and Calculus Mathematics III Design and Drawing of RCC Structures Finite Element Methods
Engineering Physics Electrical and Mechanical Technology Estimation, Costing and Valuation Transportation Engineering - II
Problem Solving & Programming Building Materials and Construction Geotechnical Engineering – I Environmental Engineering
Communicative English 1 Strength of materials – I Engineering Geology Water Resources Engineering – II
Surveying – I Structural Analysis – II

CBCC-II

a. Design and Drawing of Irrigation Structures

b. Ground Improvement Techniques

c. Air Pollution and Quality Control

Fluid Mechanics

MOOCS-I*

a. Cost Effective Housing Techniques

b.Water Harvesting and Conservation

CBCC-III

a. Bridge Engineering

b. Earth Quake Resistant Design of Structures

c. Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of Structures

Engineeering Workshop Surveying Laboratory – I Engineering Geology Laboratory CAD Laboratory
Engineering Physics Lab Strength of Materials Laboratory Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory Environmental Engineering Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Communicative English 1 Lab
Audit course – Social Values & Ethics

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Probability and Statistics Concrete Technology

MOOCS-II

a. Urban Transportation Planning

b. Advanced Structural Engineering

Differential Equations and Vector Calculus Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis Design and Drawing of Steel Structures

MOOCS-III

a.Prestressed Concrete

b. Environmental Impact Assessment and Management

Engineering Chemistry Strength of Materials – II Geotechnical Engineering – II
Data Structures Surveying – II Transportation Engineering - I
Structural Analysis – I Water Resources Engineering – I
Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery

CBCC-I

a.Remote Sensing & GIS

b. Disaster Management & Mitigation

c. Intellectual Property Rights

Civil Engineering Workshop Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Laboratory Concrete Technology Laboratory Technical Seminar
Engineering Graphics Lab Surveying Laboratory – II Transportation Engineering Laboratory Project Work
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab Survey Camp**
Engineering Chemistry Lab
Data Structures Lab
Advanced English Language Communication (AELCS) Laboratory (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva Voce
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CIVIL Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra and Calculus Mathematics III Design and Drawing of RCC Structures Finite Element Methods
Engineering Physics Electrical and Mechanical Technology Estimation, Costing and Valuation Transportation Engineering - II
Problem Solving & Programming Building Materials and Construction Geotechnical Engineering – I Environmental Engineering
Communicative English 1 Strength of materials – I Engineering Geology Water Resources Engineering – II
Surveying – I Structural Analysis – II

CBCC-II

a. Design and Drawing of Irrigation Structures

b. Ground Improvement Techniques

c. Air Pollution and Quality Control

Fluid Mechanics

MOOCS-I*

a. Cost Effective Housing Techniques

b.Water Harvesting and Conservation

CBCC-III

a. Bridge Engineering

b. Earth Quake Resistant Design of Structures

c. Rehabilitation and Retrofitting of Structures

Engineeering Workshop Surveying Laboratory – I Engineering Geology Laboratory CAD Laboratory
Engineering Physics Lab Strength of Materials Laboratory Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory Environmental Engineering Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Communicative English 1 Lab
Audit course – Social Values & Ethics

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Probability and Statistics Concrete Technology

MOOCS-II

a. Urban Transportation Planning

b. Advanced Structural Engineering

Differential Equations and Vector Calculus Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis Design and Drawing of Steel Structures

MOOCS-III

a.Prestressed Concrete

b. Environmental Impact Assessment and Management

Engineering Chemistry Strength of Materials – II Geotechnical Engineering – II
Data Structures Surveying – II Transportation Engineering - I
Structural Analysis – I Water Resources Engineering – I
Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery

CBCC-I

a.Remote Sensing & GIS

b. Disaster Management & Mitigation

c. Intellectual Property Rights

Civil Engineering Workshop Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Laboratory Concrete Technology Laboratory Technical Seminar
Engineering Graphics Lab Surveying Laboratory – II Transportation Engineering Laboratory Project Work
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab Survey Camp**
Engineering Chemistry Lab
Data Structures Lab
Advanced English Language Communication (AELCS) Laboratory (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva Voce