Department of Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering

  • About Course
  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives
  • Course Outcomes
  • PSO
  • Program Outcomes
  • Syllabus
  • Faculty
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Vision

  1. To become a school of excellence that brings out civil engineers with high technical competencies and promotes high-end research to meet the current and future challenges in civil engineering.

Mission

  1. To offer Graduate programmes in civil engineering and other skill development courses that add value to student competencies.
  2. To promote quality education, research and consultancy for industrial and societal needs.
  3. To inculcate moral and ethical values among the students.
  4. To impart knowledge with emphasis on the development of leadership qualities in students.
  5. To provide state-of-the-art resources that contributes to a congenial learning environment.
  6. To encourage students to pursue higher education and take competitive exams and various career enhancing courses.
  7. To establish centres of excellence in emerging areas of research.
  8. To have regular interaction with industry and offer solutions to their problems.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

After completion of graduation, the student will: 

PEO 1: Pursue career as practicing civil engineer in core civil or allied fields worldwide.

PEO 2: Meet the expectations of civil areas for catering the proliferating demand and rising quality standards.

PEO 3: Become a responsible engineer capable of conducting sustainable, environment-friendly, innovative research and development in advanced domains.

PEO 4: Serve the society better by practicing professional leadership roles with a commitment to lifelong learning.

PEO 5: Become a person with a strong will and attitude to excel through the challenges in all walks of life.

Apply theorem of area and mass moment of inertia for simple and composite sections.
S. N. Subject Code Subject Name Outcomes
1 KVE301  Universal Human Values CO1 Understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
CO2 Apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
CO3 Analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevence of nature.
CO4 Evaluate their participation (Thought, Behaviour, Work, Realization) at all the four levels of living.
CO5 Develop their emotional, social and professional competence.
2 KOE033 Energy Science and Engineering CO1  understand about the basics of energy formation and its usage in one way or the other.
CO2  understand the basic fundamentals of Nuclear Energy.
CO3  understand solar energy formation and its uses.
CO4  get detailed knowledge of renewable and non renewable energy resources.
CO5  understand and recognize numerous types of Energy conservation norms at national and international level.
3 KCE-301 ENGG. MECHANICS CO1 Understand analytical techniques for analysing forces in statically determinate structures and motion of the bodies.
CO2
CO3 Apply concepts of structural analysis to solve trusses.
CO4 Understand concepts of particle dynamics through work and energy and impulse momentum principles.
CO5 Apply concepts of kinetics to define rigid body rotation .
CO6 Apply principle of virtual work to particle systems and rigid bodies.
4 KCE303 Fluid Mechanics  CO1  Identify the properties of fluid as a continuum
CO2  Solve problems on hydrostatics, including practical applications
CO3 Demonstrate the principles of mathematics to represent kinematic concepts related to fluid flow
CO4  Apply the fundamental laws of fluid mechanics - conservation of mass, conservation of linear momentum, & the Bernoulli’s principle for practical application
CO5  Outline and Propose the methods of flow measurements
CO6  Apply the concept of Dimensional analysis and model studies and solve practical problems.
5 KCE302 Surveying and Geomatics CO1 Learn the fundamental of surveying and terminology
CO2 Explain the concepts of measurement and traverse
CO3 Draw contour map
CO4 Analyze the points of different elevation
CO5 Design different types of Curves
6 KNC302  Python Programming CO1 Understand the concept of python programming
CO2 Apply the concept of conditions, loops and data structures in python program
CO3 Apply the concept of functions, modules, recursion through python program
CO4 Apply the concept of abstract data type, exception handling and file handling through python program
CO5 Apply the concept of searching, sorting and merging through python program
7 KCE 353 Fluid Mechanics Lab CO1 Explore fundamental principles of Fluid Mechanics through experimentation to get practical knowledge in calibration of venturi meter, orifice meter and  bend meter.
CO2  Learn the application of the variance of the coefficient of discharge with Reynolds Number for venture meter, orifice meter and bend meter & to draw a flow-net using Electric analogy method and its application part .
CO3 Study the application part of transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine lower critical Reynolds Number & velocity distribution in a pipe and variance of friction factor for turbulent flow in commercial pipes.
8 KCE351 Building Planning and Drawing Lab CO1 Learn symbols used in civil Engineering drawings & drawings of masonry bonds.
CO2 Draw parts of doors, windows and staircases, plumbing and electrical drawings
CO3 Learn to draw plumbing and electrical drawings and their applications.
CO4 Make drawings of residential buildings & layout plans of various civil Engineering projects
9 KCE 352 Surveying and Geomatics Lab CO1 Develop the application of basic and conventional surveying instruments, their principles and working  by prismatic compass,  auto/Dumpy level, Vernier & electronic theodolite to measure bearings, reduced level, horizontal & vertical angles.                        
CO2 Measure the distance, horizontal and vertical angles by total station & learn to measure the area of a land parcel by total station 
CO3 Learn & work with mirror stereoscopes, parallax bar and aerial photographs for extracting useful information using FCC & use gPS to collect point and line data.
10 KCE 354 Mini Project or Internship Assessment CO1 To give a platform for the students to apply the theoretical knowledge they gained during the course and conduct design working models.
CO2 To enable the students to use different design/coding platforms for design and analysis of project.
IVSemester
11 KAS403  Maths III CO1 Remember the concept of Laplace transform and apply In solving real life problems.
CO2  Understand the concept of Fourier and Z – transform to evaluate engineering problems
CO3  Remember the concept of Formal Logic ,Group and Rings to evaluate real life problems
CO4 Apply the concept of set, Relation, function and counting techniques
CO5 Apply the concept of Lattices and Boolean algebra to create Logic gates and circuits, truth table, Boolean Functions, Karnaugh Maps
12 KAS401 Technical Communication CO1 Understand the fundamentals of all modes of technical communication along with their elements, dimensions, and flow.
CO2 Understand to write pragmatic and impactful reports, research papers, technical proposals, and resumes.
CO3 Understand public speaking strategies, techniques and their different styles.
CO4 Grasp the essentials of interviews & group discussions and skills required to face them confidently.
CO5 Comprehend the grammatical and oral aspects of the English language as an effective tool of communication
13 KCE401 Material Testing and construction Practices CO1  Identify various building materials and to understand their basic properties
CO2  Understand the use of non-conventional civil engineering materials.
CO3 Study suitable type of flooring and roofing in the construction process.
CO4 Characterize the concept of plastering, pointing and various other building services.
CO5 Exemplify the various fire protection, sound and thermal insulation techniques, maintenance and repair of buildings.
14 KCE402 Introduction to solid Mechanics CO1  Understand the theory of elasticity including strain/displacement and hooke's law relationship.
CO2  Analyse Solid mechanics problens using classical methods and enegy methods.
CO3  Calculate and represent the stress- strain diagram in bars and simple structure.
CO4  Solve problems relating to pure and non-uniform bonding of beams and simple structure
CO5  Understand the concept of buckling and the able to solve the problems
15 KCE 403 Hydraulic Engineering and Mechanics CO1  Apply basic principles to analyze and solve open channel flow problems.
CO2  Apply principles of energy concepts to practical applications of free surface flow.
CO3  Explain the concept of Impact of jet on vanes.
CO4  Identify the type of turbine based on head, quantity of flow and speed.
CO5 Apply the principles of hydraulics and evaluate the efficiencies of turbines and centrifugal pump
16  KNC401  Computer System Security CO1  understand the basic Concepts of Computer System Security & Hijacking.
CO2  understand the basics of security approaches, (such as confidentiality)
CO3 understand basics of Architectures Principles and Web Security Issues.
CO4  understand various protocols to establish TCP/IP connections with security features.
CO5  apply the concepts of Cryptography Techniques and Digital Signature using Keys.
17 KCE 451 Material Testing Lab CO1 Conduct a meaningful hardness, tensile, and impact test and report the test results in a clear and useful manner.
CO2 Determine appropriate tests to be employed to determine given mechanical properties using both destructive and non-destructive techniques.
CO3 Interpret and quantitatively determine standard mechanical properties from plots of stress versus strain
CO4 Conduct fatigue test 
18 KCE 452 Solid Mechanics Lab CO1 Analyze and correlate stress, strain and elastic deformation of an engineering material.
CO2 Predict the engineering property and behavior of material under different loading and support conditions under static loading conditions.
CO3 Analyze and predict the engineering property and behavior of material under impact loading conditions
CO4 Analyze and correlate the elastic constants and deformation under flexural loading and torsion. 
19 KCE 453 Hydraulics and Hydraulic Machine Lab CO1 Determine Manning coefficient & the velocity distribution in an open channel.
CO2 Analyse experimentally the study of flow characteristics over a hump & the study of  flow characteristics through a horizontal contraction in a rectangular channel.
CO3 Analyse experimentally flow characteristics of a free hydraulic jump & study characteristics of pumps and turbines.
V Semester
20 KCE501 Geotechanical Engineering CO1  Understand the origin of the soil, basic properties of soil, concept of compaction and consolidation, methods of soil exploration and the ultimate bearing capacity of shallow foundations and deep foundations.
CO2  Apply principles of phase diagram for soil properties
CO3  Analyze the behaviour and effect of water in soils, modes of soil behaviour and calculate and plot soil strength parameters and stresses analysis in soil by various methods
CO4  Evaluate shear parameters of soil and lateral earth pressure by various methods
CO5  Estimate the stability of slopes and bearing capacity of soil
21 KCE502 Design of structure-I CO1 Explain Concrete Making materials, Properties of concrete and reinforcements, testing of concrete.
CO2  Apply basic concept of Various Design Philosophies.
CO3  Classify Failure of beam under shear.
CO4 Select the appropriate solid slabs.
CO5  Design of Columns by Limit State Design Method.
22 KCE503 Quantity estimation and management CO1  Define project, organization, schedule, progress, tender, contract, construction related activities.
CO2 Understand various types of projects and their special requirements, the available financing options, tendering requirements and cost estimates etc.
CO3 Apply the knowledge to define the requirements of project organization for small size projects, prepare specification and formulate various items of Bill of Quantity.
CO4  Organize and relate various project activities which are concurrent or sequential, compare various alternatives of schedule with respect time.
CO5 Support or Criticize various tender requirements and the items formulated in Bill of quantity.
CO6 Develop a tender for projects, formulate schedule and suggest construction equipment to execute the project construction
23 KCE051 Concrete technology  CO1 Learn the cement composition and its hydration process
CO2 Understand the effect of chemical admixtures on concrete properties
CO3 Learn the applicability aspects of supplementary cementing materials on properties of concrete
CO4 Design a concrete mix by using IS and aCI method
CO5 Determine the mechanical properties of concrete .
CO6 Learn the special types of concrete
24 KCE055 Engineeringh Hydrology CO1  Understand various components of hydrologic cycle that affect the movement of
water in the eart
CO2 Process and analyze precipitation data.
CO3 To Develop runoff and hydrograph estimation and apply into engineering practices.
CO4 Apply various statistical methods for hydrological analysis. Understanding and analysis of channel, flood routing and groundwater hydrology The concept of movement of ground water beneath the earth with the help of different theories.
CO5 The concept of movement of ground water beneath the earth with the help of different theories.
25 KNC501 Constitution of India, Law and Engineering CO1 To acquaint the students with legacies of constitutional development in India and help them to understand the most diversified legal document of India and philosophy behind it.
CO2 To make students aware of the theoretical and functional aspects of the Indian Parliamentary System.
CO3 To channelize students’ thinking towards basic understanding of the legal conceptsand its implications for engineers.
CO4 To acquaint students with latest intellectual property rights and innovation environment with related regulatory framework
CO5 To make students learn about role of engineering in business organizations and e-governance
26 KCE551 CAD Lab -I CO1 Carry out analysis of a steel bridge by sTAAD pRO & design of a steel bridge by sTAAD pRO
CO2 Perform to carry out analysis of a multi-storeyed frame by sTAAD pRO & design of a multi-storeyed frame by sTAAD pRO
CO3 Carry out analysis of a water tank by sTAAD pRO.
27 KCE552 Geotechanical Engineering Lab CO1 Perform specific gravity of a given soil sample & in -situ dry density of soil mass.
CO2 Perform tests and applicability of complete distribution of soil grain size distribution & consistency limits of a given soil sample 
CO3 Perform tests and applicability of compaction characteristics of a given soil sample & consolidation characteristics of a remoulded soil sample .
28 KCE553 Quantity Estimation and Management Lab CO1 To estimate the quantities of a residential building.
CO2 To estimate the Bill of Quantities for a residential building.
CO3 To learn the practical aspects of tender documents
29 KCE554 Mini Project  CO1 Perform the engineering activities with effective presentation and report.
CO2 Perform as an individual and/or team member to manage the tasks in time.
CO3 Justify the ethical principles in engineering practices.
VI Semester
30  RAS601  INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT CO1 understand the scope of industrial management and basic concept of production, productivity and industrial ownership.
CO2 understand the Scientific management techniques.
CO3 Apply the concept of work measurement and inventory control models.
CO4 Apply the Quality Control methods for variables and attributes.
CO5 Apply the project management network analysis with CPM and PERT techniques. 
31 RUC-601  Cyber Security CO1  understand the concepts of information system and cyber security.
CO2 understand different security threats.
CO3  understand the requirements for developing secure softwares.
CO4  understand the information security policies and standards .
CO5  apply different Cryptographic techniques.
32  RCE601 Design of structure-II CO1 Apply basic concept of Various Concrete Design Philosophies.
CO2  Design beam with consideration of all failure conditions like bending, shear & Bond.
CO3  Decide appropriate slab & design slab for serviceability and collapse conditions.
CO4 Design of Columns as per architecture requirement.
CO5  Design footing and retaining wall to fulfil structural requirement.
CO6 Design a complete building from bottom to top.
33 RCE602 Environmental Engineering CO1 Understand basic concepts of water demand, distribution system and arising problems.
CO2 Understand Knowledge of physical , chemical and biological properties of drinking water and their human impact.
CO3 design various water supply treatment units and their significance.
CO4  analyze the relation between environment and water demand
CO5 design waste water treatment plant units
CO6  evaluate the significance of each treatment unit with their specific engineering importance
34 RCE603 Transportation Engineering CO1 Apply basic concept of Various aspects of Geometric Design.
CO2  Calculate various types of parameters like SSD, ISD and OSD and apply them for Geometric Design
CO3 Design required horizontal curves (circular and transition curves), super elevation.
CO4  Distribute the super elevation over the length of transition curve.
CO5  Design the valley curves and summit curves.
CO6 Select the appropriate materials for pavements (rigid and flexible) use the same design and construction of roads.
35 RCE061 Foundation Design CO1 Understand the requirement of geotechnical investigations of project, select suitable method of soil exploration, investigation and planning.
CO2 Identify a suitable foundation system for a structure.
CO3  Understand the mechanism of bearing capacity of shallow foundations and learn to estimate the bearing capacity incorporating different ground conditions.
CO4  Learn different methods of geotechnical investigations required for selection and design of shallow foundations.
CO5 Understand about the necessity, types, suitability, installation, analysis and design of Deep Foundations (Pile / Pier / Caissons)
CO6 Understanding the installation, analysis & Design of Sheet Piles.
36  RCE651 CAD Lab -II CO1 Map topographical features in digital form by QGIS
CO2  Analyse special data using multiple criteria by QGIS.
CO3 Generate output maps & relevant reports by QGIS.
37 RCE652 Environmental Engineering Lab CO1 Determine turbidity and conductivity  & pH, alkalinity and acidity of a waste water sample .
CO2 determine hardness and chlorides  & residual chlorine of a waste water sample
CO3 determine BOD and COD  & total, suspended and dissolved particles of a waste water sample
38 RCE653 Transportation Engineering lab CO1 perform the tests of crushing value & impact value of coarse -aggragate
CO2 Perform the tests of Los angeles abrasion value of coarse aggregate & penetration value of bitumen .
CO3 perform the tests of determination of softening point of bituminous material & flash fire point of bituminous material..
39 RCE654 Structural Detailing Lab CO1 Learn preparation of working drawing for simply supported, continuous and cantilever RC beams & t - beams and L-beams.
CO2 Learn preparation of working drawing for simply supported, continuous and one way and two way slabs & tied and spirally reinforced columns.
CO3 Learn preparation of working drawing for isolated footings for RC columns & combined rectangular and trapezoidal footings.
VII Semester
40 ROE074 Understanding the Human Being Comprehensively – Human  Aspirations and its Fulfillment CO1 To help the students to understand the basic human aspirations and their fulfillment in the light of resolution
CO2 To facilitate the competence of the students to understand the harmony of the human being in nature or existence.
CO3 To help the students to understand the activities and potentialities of the self and reasons for harmony or contradiction in the self itself.
CO4 To define the process of inner evolution, specifically awakening to activities of the Self: Realization, Understanding and Contemplation in the Self
CO5 To help the students to understand different aspects of All-encompassing Resolution, leading to harmony at all levels from self to Nature and entire Existence.
41 ROE-071 Modelling and simulation of dynamic systems CO1 Understand basic concepts related to modeling and simulation
CO2 Construct bond graphs for the type of systems mentioned above, simplify and analyze the bond graph according to causality conflicts, and from a given bond graph without conflicts.
CO3 Use conservation laws and constitutive relationships and other physical relations to model mechanical, electrical and flow systems, and combinations of these
CO4 Find dynamic response and transfer function using various tools for system modeling.
CO5 Model and simulate mechanical and electrical systems using the computer tools simulink
42 ROE-076 Railways, airport & Water Ways CO1 understand the various aspects of permanent way and component of Indian Railways.
CO2 design track geometrics, turnouts, crossings, stations and yards.
CO3 understand the signalling and interlocking systems of Indian Railways and their applications.
CO4  understand the urban Railways and their planning.
CO5 learn the applicability aspects of various components of airport, runway designs and design parameters of various components of airport .
CO6 learn the concept of the harbours and ports for their detailed design .
43 RCE701 Design of structure III CO1 Steel as material & structural member with its pros & cons along with the various design philosophies & various loads that are used in design of steel structure.
CO2 Connections which deal with the bolts, welds, & rivets and their designing procedure by Limit State Method.
CO3  Tension members such as Lug Angles, Splices, Gusset Plate and their designing procedure by Limit State Method.
CO4  Compression member such as Built?Up Columns (Latticed Columns), Lacing, Batten, Compression Member Composed of Two components Back?to?Back, Splices, Column Bases etc. and their designing procedure by Limit State Method.
CO5 Behaviour of Beam in various conditions, Types of Sections and their classification, Purlins, Beam, Bearing Plates, Plate Girder, Gantry Girder.
44 RCE702 Water Resources Engineering CO1 Understand  hydrology, Precipitation, Evaporation & Infiltration.
CO2  Apply basic concept of hydrology for estimation of runoff.
CO3  Classify Irrigation & Canals.
CO4 Select appropriate Irrigation channel & determine the cross section of an irrigation channel, regulate & control the canal system, train the river.
CO5 Build a suitable system of irrigation using ground water.
45 RCE751 Non Destructive Testing Laboratory CO1 determine the compressive strength of the concrete by using rebound hammer, ultrasonic puls velocity test and pull out method
CO2 assess the corrosion in the reinforcement bar and determine thickness of concrete cover, diameter & spacing of reinforcing bars
CO3 analyse the characteristic of structural steel by using various laboratory test such as corrosion and welding performance .
46 RCE752 Mini Project  CO1 Perform the engineering activities with effective presentation and report.
CO2 Perform as an individual and/or team member to manage the tasks in time.
CO3 Justify the ethical principles in engineering practices.
47 RCE753 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING CO1 Understand industrial problems, environmental hazards causes and their ethical responsibilities for getting the possible solution of these problems.
CO2 Understand the application of different softwares or methods related to Civil Engineering.
CO3 Understand the power of team work, innovative ideas and handle different industrial projects and assignments.
CO4 Apply the concept of acquired knowledge of Engineering, Mathematics and Science to solve practical problems of Civil Engineering.
48 RCE754 PROJECT-1  CO1 Independently engage in literature study and assimilate a state of art literature review to formulate an Engineering problem.
CO2 Identify Mathematical, Scientific, Engineering and Management concepts and tools necessary to solve the formulated problem.
CO3 Demonstrate team work, leadership and mentorship whilst abiding by established norms of Professional ethics.
CO4 Effectively communicate the assimilated literature, scope and methodology of proposed work through a written synopsis and oral presentation
VIII Semester
49 NOE -081 Non -conventional Energy Resources CO1 Distinguish various conventional & non -conventional energy resources and its applications in various fields to minimize energy use in devices and buildings.
CO2 Comprehend the overall solar energy and power plants based on it, their application, performance & limitations.
CO3 Develop an ability to understand resources of geothermal energy, about MHD and Fuel cells, based plants with their performance and limitations.
CO4 Analyze principle of working of thermo-electrical, thermionic conversion and Wind power and its sources with an assessment skill of the relative costs of energy conservation and energy production in various applications
CO5 Describe the availability & working of bio-mass, OTEC, wave & tidal wave, Waste Recycling plants.
50 NCE -801 Transportation Engineering-2 CO1 Understand the various aspects of permanent way and component of Indian Railways.
CO2 Design track geometrics, turnouts, crossings, stations and yards and their technical designs.
CO3 Understand the signaling and interlocking of Indian Railways with their applications.
CO4 Understand the urban Railways and their planning.
CO5 Learn the applicability aspects of various components of airport and runway designs and design parameters of various components.
CO6 Learn the concept of the harbours and ports for their detailed design .
51 ROE082 Entrepreneurship Develoment CO1 Understand basic concepts and laws related to entrepreneurship
CO2 Understand Entrepreneurial Finance, Assistance and role of Entrepreneurial Development Agencies 
CO3 Understand various funding sources, convert an Idea into an opportunity
CO4 Understand pro-forma statements & cash flow projections.
CO5 Apply entrepreneurship skills to prepare a Business Plan
52 RCE851  SEMINAR CO1 Identify and to do the literature review of disciplinary and non-disciplinary Engineering problem.
CO2 Analyze the ongoing technology and current topics of professional interest
CO3 Investigate disciplinary and non-disciplinary Engineering problem and proposed methodology or technique to solve it.
CO4 Demonstrate a report to audience.
53 RCE852  PROJECT-II CO1 Identify complex civil engineering problems based on current state of art and demonstrate knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and domain knowledge in civil Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems
CO2 Demonstrate an ability to understand the 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, cultural, societal and environmental considerations
CO3 Demonstrate the research based knowledge to systematize the research methods including design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data with an understanding of the limitation and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions within the specif

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1: Implement the concepts of mechanical engineering for generating innovative ideas on design, development and analysis.

PSO 2: Develop solutions for engineering problems through multi-disciplinary concepts of Industrial automation and Industry 4.0.

PSO 3: Work independently as a professional or entrepreneur in research and industrial environment.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO 1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO 2: 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.

PO 3: 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

PO 4: 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.

PO 5: 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.

PO 6: 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.

PO 7: 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.

PO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 10: 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.

PO 11: 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.

PO 12: 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 Full-time teacher Designation Name of the Department
1 Mr. SANDEEP KUMAR SINGH Assistant Professor CIVIL ENGINEERING
2 Mr. AMIT KUMAR SAXENA Assistant Professor CIVIL ENGINEERING
3 Mr. DIVYANSHU BHATT Assistant Professor CIVIL ENGINEERING
4 Mr. PRITHVI MOHAN YADAV Assistant Professor CIVIL ENGINEERING
5 Mr. NEERAJ Assistant Professor CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

S.No

Name

Designation

1

Dr. Neeraj Pratap

Chief Proctor

2.

Dr. Ashish Kumar

Additional Chief Proctor

3.

Ms. Sonam Tomar

Member

4.

Mr. Akhilesh Pandey

Member

5.

Ms. Sakshi Goyal

Member

6.

Mr. Ankit Galiyan

Member

7.

Dr. Digvijay Singh

Member

8.

Ms. Nidhi Parashar

Member

9.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar

Member

10.

Mr. Ankit Gupta

Member

11.

Mr. Jonee Panwar

Member

12.

Ms. Sultana Zakiya

Member

13.

Dr. Mohd. Sadim (Warden, Boys Hostel)

Ex officio Member

14.

Ms. Ritima (Warden, Girls Hostel)

Ex officio Member

15.

Mr. K.N. Tripathi

(Special Invitee)

 

S. No.  Name of Faculty Designation 
1 Mr. Kailash Nath Tripathi Asstt. Professor
2 C A Swati Gupta Controller of Account & Finance
3 Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar Asstt. Professor
4 Dr. Mohd. Sadim Asstt. Professor
5 Dr. Jay Prakash Kannaujia Asstt. Professor
6 Mr. Ankit Gupta Asstt. Professor
7 Mr. Lalit Kumar  Asstt. Professor
8 Mr. Ayush Goel Student
9 Ms. Shivangi Garg Student

 

S. No.  Faculty Name  Designation 
1 Mrs. Nidhi Parashar  Asstt. Professor 
2 Mrs. Himani Mishra Asstt. Professor
3 Ms. Ritima Hostel Warden
4 Ms. Ruchi Mittal Asstt. Professor 
5 Ms. Sheetal  Asstt. Professor
6 Ms. Sonam Tomar Asstt. Professor
7 Ms. Ayushi Raj Student
8 Ms. Aasma Siddiqui Student

 

Faculty

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Mr. Sandeep Kumar Saxena
Designation Associate professor
Department Civil Engineering
Qualification B.E , B.Tech
Teaching Experience 2.1 years
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Mr. Amit Kumar Saxena
Designation Associate professor
Department Civil Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech
Teaching Experience 2.8 years
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Mr. Divyanshu Bhatt
Designation Associate professor
Department Civil Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech
Teaching Experience 1 years
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Mr. Prithvi Mohan Yadav
Designation Associate professor
Department Civil Engineering
Qualification B.Tech , M.Tech
Teaching Experience 1 Month
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Mr. Neeraj
Designation Associate professor
Department Civil Engineering
Qualification B.Tech
Teaching Experience 2.2 years
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