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Civil Engineering


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About the Department

Civil Engineering, the mother branch, has kept pace with the rapid growth in the field of technology. It is that branch of engineering which provides basic amenities required for the survival and maintenance of the environment.

The department has well qualified and experienced staff supported with well equipped laboratories, computing facilities and skilled laboratory staff to offer quality technical education.

The civil department has been offering consultancy services in testing of building material viz. steel, cement, bricks, etc., to several private sectors and the local contractors and builders.

Vision:

To establish as a knowledge capital in civil engineering and to encourage students to be entrepreneurs for betterment of society.

Mission:

  • To graduate highly competent and morally conscious engineers.
  • To provide students with broad – based engineering education and basic intellectual as well as organizational skills.
  • To motivate faculty and staff for selfless and honest contribution for all round development of students forecasting industry institute interaction

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • PEO1: Graduates will be able to analyze, design and propose a feasible solution to civil engineering problems by applying basic principles of mathematics, science and engineering.
  • PEO2: Graduates will be trained to analyze and design practically sustainable civil engineering systems, which involve sound civil engineering skills, optimum and acceptable solutions to the society.
  • PEO3: Graduates will be prepare to adapt to future changes in their discipline and also in multi disciplinary, as well as to have an in depth understanding of specialized area where they can better serve organization, industry and society.
  • PEO4: Graduates will be developing skill for clear communication and responsible teamwork and inculcate professional attitude and ethics for overall development.
  • PEO5: Graduates will be encouraged for higher education and research work, and entrepreneurship awareness.

Program Outcomes (POs)

Program Outcomes (POs)

  1. To demonstrate an ability to use research method to design and conduct experiments, to investigate problems, to analyze and interpret data in Civil Engineering
  2. An ability to design components and process to meet desired needs within realistic constrains such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, Constructability and sustainability.
  3. An ability to function effectively individually, in team and in multidisciplinary environment to meet the objective
  4. An ability to identify, Data Survey, formulate, analyze and solve problems by applying the knowledge of general sciences as well as Civil Engineering Techniques
  5. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities in Civil Engineering practices.
  6. To develop a potential to communicate efficiently the problem, feasible solutions to the stack holders
  7. To understand the impact of civil engineering solutions in an environmental and societal context
  8. A recognition of the need for, and ability to captivate in life-long learning
  9. A Knowledge of co-existing issues
  10. Develop Potential to use the techniques, Drafting skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for Civil engineering practices.
  11. Develop capability to explain the basic concepts and problem solving processes used in management

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The curriculum must prepare graduates to

  1. Apply knowledge of general Science and Engineering in benefit to society
  2. Conduct experiments of civil engineering and analyze and interpret the resulting data;
  3. Design a system, component, or process civil engineering contexts;
  4. Include principles of sustainability in design;
  5. To analyze issues in professional ethics;
  6. The program must demonstrate that faculty teaching courses that are primarily design in content are qualified to teach the subject matter by virtue of professional licensure, or by education and design experience.

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

S.No. Name of the Laboratory Cost of Lab. (INR) Area (in sq.m.)
1 Strength of Material 5,02,494/- 95
2 Concrete Technology 6,67,471/- 66
3 Surveying Laboratory 7,68,792/- 80
4 Engineering geology laboratory 65,250/- 72
5 Transportation Engineering 1,09,751/- 72
6 Fluid mechanics laboratory 5,19,915/- 96
7 Geotechnical Engineering laboratory 7,53,017/- 93
8 Environmental Laboratory 3,91,117/- 160
9 CAD Laboratory 5,11,430/- 80
10 Model Room 1,36,000/- 72
11 Class rooms (3 nos.) - 72 each
12 Tutorial room - 52
13 Drawing Hall - 138
14 Seminar Hall - 132
15 HoD cabin - 18
16 Dept office - 20

Laboratory

Laboratory

S.No. Name of the Laboratory Name of Major Equipments
1 Strength of Materials UTM, Digital Oven
2 Surveying Total Station, Electronics Theodolite, Transit Theodolite, Auto Level, Dumpy level, GPS.
3 Fluid Mechanics Tilting flume, Metacentric Height, Pressure Measurement Device
4 Engineering Geology Rocks, Minerals, structural Models.
5 Computer Center Desktop, Printer
6 Concrete Technology Compression testing machine, Los angles abrasion test, concrete mixture, plate vibrator.
7 Geotechnical Engineering Permeability test, Triaxial shear test, Direct shear test, Standard Procter, Constant Over head, Electronic Balance, One Dimensional Consolidation
8 Environmental Engineering PH meter digital, BOD incubator, COD digester, Visible Spectrophotometer, Digital oven, Magnetic stirrer, various chemicals

Curriculum Activities

Curriculum Activities

Consultancy Work

S.No. Title Details
1 Testing of Building Materials (Destructive) Brick, Steel, Concrete, Cement, Aggregate, Metals Mix Design
2 Testing of Water Ph, Harness, Turbidity, BOD, COD, Conductivity
3 Site Survey Line outs, Conour Maps, Equipments on Hire
4 Testing of Soil Soil Classification, Determination of various engineering properties of soil

Student Participation/Winner in Technical Event (2018-19)

S.No. Date Name of Student Name of Event Level (College/Regional/State/National) Venue Achievement /participation
1 15-02-2019 Suraj Sunil Mane Vastu 2K19

 
Lead college RIT Sakharale Winner
2 14 to 17- 02-2019 Suraj Sunil Mane MIT Persona Fest 2019 National level MIT-ADT Pune First
3 1-03-2019 Suraj Sunil Mane Parikrama 2019 National level SETI Phanala second
4 2-03-2019 Suraj Sunil Mane Infratech 2K19 National level AMGOI,Wathar second
5 09-03-2019 Suraj Sunil Mane Invento2K19 State level D.Y Patil Salokhenagar Runner-up
6 09-03-2019 Swaranajali wakure Invento2K19 State level D.Y Patil  Salokhenagar Winner
7 27-01-2019 Sagar gaikwad Pioneeer 2k19

Column testing
National level KIT,Kolhapur Participation
8 27-01-2019 Sagar gaikwad Pioneeer 2k19

Cube testing
National level KIT,Kolhapur Participation
9 27-01-2019 Randive omkar Pioneeer 2k19

Column testing
National level KIT,Kolhapur Participation
10 22 to 23-02 2019 Randive omkar Concrete fest 2k19 National level SGI, Atigare Participation
11 09-03-2019 Suraj khade Invento2K19 State level D.Y Patil Salokhenagar Participation
12 7 to 8-03-2019 Suraj khade MUDRA2k19 Nationa level JJ Magdum ,Jaisingpur participation
13 11-01-2019 Shinde Rushikesh Technological innovation Sustainable development State level AMGOI,Wathar 1st








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