Civil Engineering (CE)

The Civil Engineering Department is one of the lead departments in the institute and was established in 2009. The initial journey was started with a U.G. Program (B. Tech in Civil Engineering). Later, the department started a P.G. Program (M. Tech in Structural Engineering) in the year 2013. With the eminent faculty and well acquainted facilities, extensive research work is going on in the various disciplines of Civil Engineering.

Vision

To achieve excellence in the field of civil engineering with professional competency.

Mission

  • Provide congenial learning-teaching process for holistic development.
  • Upgrade the facilities to meet curriculum needs.
  • Conduct Industry-Institute interactions to educate learners.
  • Enhance the research to meet the societal needs.

Programe Educational Objectives

PEO1: The graduate becomes proficient in analyzing complex engineering problems and offer economic and efficient solutions to real world problems.

PEO2: The graduate exhibits ethical values and technical skills to serve the societal needs.

PEO3: The graduate becomes a lifelong learner for professional growth.

Mapping Program Educational Objectives with Mission

PEO No. Mission 1 Mission 2 Mission 3 Mission 4
PEO1 1 1 2 3
PEO2 1 1 3
PEO3 3 2 3
Correlation Levels: 1 – Slight (Low) 2 – Moderate (Medium) 3 – Substantial (High)

Program Specific Outcomes

  • Enhance employ ability skills by latest civil engineering tools and software.
  • Develop Competency in professional and Industrial areas.

Program Outcomes

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 clear instructions.

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.

Courses Outcomes

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A.Anil, M.Tech, (Ph.D)(JNTUA,Ananthapuramu)

Sri. A.Anil is a dedicated teacher and an enthusiastic researcher. He is doing his Ph.D in water resources engineering from JNTUA, Ananthapuramu, did his Masters from S.V.University, Tirupati with a specialization in Hydraulics and Water resources Engineering and Bachelor degree in civil engineering from N.B.K.R.I.S.T, Vidyanagar. He started his teaching career is 2012. He was ratified by JNTUA, Ananthapuramu as assistant professor. His attentiveness lies in remote sensing and GIS applications, Qualitative and Quantitative analysis of water, Expansion of Usage of sensors in water resources. He has published 10 research papers in international journals and attended 15 conferences. He is having professional memberships like IWRA, IAHR, ISRD and IAENG. He has contributed a lot for the academics and extended the services towards admissions, Placements, college activities and organising events. He assumed office of the head of the civil engineering department on July 2021.

S.No Name of The Faculty Qualification Designation Date of joining the institute Total Teaching Experience
1 Dr. J. Guru Jawahar Ph.D Professor 30/10/2012 11
2 Dr.K.Thulasirajan Ph.D Associate professor 06.01.2020 6.1
3 A.Anil M.Tech Assistant Professor & HOD 07.05.2015 8
4 T Sai Krishna M.Tech Assistant Professor 07.12.2019 4
5 P Dhanabal M.Tech Assistant Professor 07.01.2020 3
6 E.Narasimhulu M.Tech Assistant Professor 21.11.2019 2
7 P Narendra Reddy M.Tech Assistant Professor 27.12.2019 2
8 D.Nirosha M.Tech Assistant Professor 1/12/2019 8.9
9 K Sai Abhinav M.Tech Assistant Professor 28.06.2016 5
10 P Vishnu Priya M.Tech Assistant Professor 22.11.2019 2.8
11 A.Kalpana M.Tech Assistant Professor 23/11/19 2
12 A.Madan Mohan M.Tech Assistant Professor 21.01.2021 1
13 Bukke Baby M.Tech Assistant Professor 23/11/2019 2
14 Kondreddy Mounika M.Tech Assistant Professor 03.06.2017 5
15 A Kranthi Kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor 03.06.2017 5
16 Pagi Harika M.Tech Assistant Professor 03.06.2017 5
17 N.Munisruthi M.Tech Assistant Professor 03.12.2019 2
18 V.G. Sivatheja M.Tech Assistant Professor 02.12.2019 2
19 KVL.Swarupa M.Tech Assistant Professor 28.06.2016 6
20 Shaik Sameer M.Tech Assistant Professor 21.1.2017 5
21 S. Umashankari M.Tech Assistant Professor 6.1.2020 2
22 P.Purushotham Reddy M.Tech Assistant Professor 01.04.2021 1
23 P.Vamsi krishna M.Tech Assistant Professor 1.9.2020 2
24 K.Roja M.Tech Assistant Professor 1.9.2020 2
25 B.Rohini M.Tech Assistant Professor 1.9.2020 2
26 M.Shyam Sunder M.Tech Assistant Professor 08.01.21 2
27 B.Sravanthi M.Tech Assistant Professor 01.04.2021 1
28 V.Sai Ragasudha M.Tech Assistant Professor 01.04.2021 1
29 V.Surya Prakash M.Tech Assistant Professor 01.04.2021 1
Year S.No. Programme Date
2016-2017 1 Seminar on “Advances in Transportation Engineering” 14/7/16
2 Seminar on Introduction on “Off-Shore Structures” 9/8/2016
3 Seminar on “Earthquakes” 15/9/16
4 Guest lecture on “Diversion Head Works” 30/9/16
5 Guest lecture on “Soil Earth Pressure Theory” 6/10/2016
6 Faculty Development Programme on “Advances in Surveying” 11/11/16 to 14/11/16
7 Students Awareness Programme by JK Cement Ltd. 23/12/16
8 AASHAY – 2K17 21/01/17
9 Technical Guest Lecture by UltraTech Cement Pvt. Ltd 7/2/2017
2017 – 2018 1 Word Art Event 21/07/17
2 Technical Presentations 29/07/17
3 Guest Lecture on Importance on GATE Exam by MVS Academy 30/08/17
4 Guest Lecture on Importance of Engineering 12/9/2017
5 Guest Lecture on Research Methodology 12/9/2017
6 Seminar on Disaster Management 13/09/17
7 Guest Lecture on Shear Strength of Soils 23/10/17

List of Labs

S.No Name of Lab
1. Surveying Lab
2. Strength of materials Lab
3. Concrete Technology Lab
4. Transportation Engineering Lab
5. Environmental Engineering Lab
6. Geotechnical Engineering Lab
7. Engineering Geology Lab
8. CAD Lab
9. Applied Mechanics Lab

B.Tech II Year II Semester

S.No. Name of the Subject Pdf/ppt/docs/video link
1. Hydraulics and Hydraulic
Machinery
Unit – 1: Open Channels
Unit – 2: Specific Energy
Unit – 3: Hydraulic Turbines – I
Unit – 4: Hydraulic Turbines – II
Unit – 5: Centrifugal Pump
2. MEFA Unit – 1
Unit – 2
Unit – 3
Unit – 4 & 5
3. Probability & Statistics Unit – 1: P AND S
4. Strength of Materials – II Unit – 1: Strength of Materials – II.pdf
Unit – 2: Strength of Materials – II.pdf
Unit – 3: Strength of Materials – II.pdf
Unit – 4: Strength of Materials – II.pdf
Unit – 5: Strength of Materials – II.pdf
5. Structural Analysis – I Unit – 1: Energy Theorems.pdf
Unit – 3: Fixed Beams.pdf
Unit – 3: Continuous Beams.pdf
Unit – 4: Slope Deflection Method.pdf
Unit – 5: Moment Distribution Method.pdf
6. Serveying – II Unit – 1: Surveying.ppt
Unit – 2: Tacheometric Surveying
Unit – 3: Lecture1.ppt
Unit – 4: Trig Leveling
Unit – 5: Surveying.ppt

B.Tech III Year II Semester

S.No. Name of the Subject Pdf/ppt/docs/video link
1. Concrete Technology Unit – 1: Ia.ppt
Unit – 2: ii.ppt
Unit – 3: iii.ppt
Unit – 4: iv.ppt
Unit – 5: mix design.ppt
2. Design and Drawing of Steel Structures Unit – 1
Unit – 2
Unit – 3
Unit – 4
Unit – 5
3. Disaster Management & Mitigation Unit – 1: Disaster Management
4. Geo-Technical Engineering – II Unit – 1: Soil Exploration (Theory)
Unit – 2: Stability of Slopes
Unit – 5: Pile Foundations (Theory)
5. Transportation Engineering – I Unit – 1: Introduction.ppt
Unit – 3: traffic Volume.pptx
6. Water Resources Engineering – I Unit – 1: Hydrology_Lecture01.pptx
Precipitation.ppt
Rainfall Measurement
Unit – 2: Lecture
Unit – 3: Irrigation Engineering.pptx
Unit – 4: Unit – IV
Unit – 5: CEL351_DiversionWorks.pdf

B.Tech IV Year II Semester

S.No. Name of the Subject Pdf/ppt/docs/video link
1. Advanced Structural Engineering Unit – 1: Advanced Structural Engineering.pdf
Unit – 2: Advanced Structural Engineering.pdf
Unit – 3: Advanced Structural Engineering.pdf
Unit – 4: Advanced Structural Engineering.pdf
Unit – 5: Advanced Structural Engineering.pdf
2. Environmental Impact
Assessment & Management
Unit – 1: Unit I
Unit – 2: Unit II
3. Pre Stressed Concrete Unit – 1: Pre-Stressed.pdf
Unit – 2: Unit 2.pdf