NBA Accreditation for Two years to UG Engineering Programs- Civil Engineering w.e.f: 1 July 2014
VISION: "To become a pace-setting center of excellence acclaimed across the region & imitated as a role model by its peers.”
MISSION: ”To elevate technical, social, entrepreneurial & communication skills of its students so as to scale up their employability potential, encourage the spirit of enterprise in them & nurture responsible citizens.”
Department of Civil Engineering, having an intake capacity of 180 students per year, was established in 1983, the year of inception of the institute. This core sector branch comprises of specialized subjects like Surveying, Irrigation Engineering, Building Construction, Structural Engineering, and Geotechnical Engineering & Environmental Engineering etc. The department started ME Environmental Engineering (Part-Time) with seven seats in 1995. ME Structural Engineering (Full-Time) was started in 2009 with eighteen seats. The department has fully equipped laboratories. The Environmental Engineering lab is recognized for Doctoral Research by S G B Amravati University.
The teaching faculty is a judicious blend of youth and experience. The department, through its faculty members, is actively involved in consultancy, interaction with government and other agencies. The Civil Department has developed a couple of models of low-cost houses and has provided consultancy in the fields of Rain Water Harvesting, Underground Drainage System, Retrofitting etc. During last three years earnings through consultancy and testing have exceeded Rs Eighty-Five Lakhs.
Department looks after the overall development of its students. As a result of these efforts students from the department consistently perform well in academics, sports and other activities. Students participate actively and excel in technical seminars, workshops, sports etc. The department has been pro-active in interaction with the industry to familiarize the students and faculty with the latest technologies and trends.
Most of the teaching faculty members are life members of Indian Society for Technical Education and Institute of Engineers. The department also encourages the students to become members of professional bodies like Institution of Engineers.
1. Preparation: To strive for overall personality development of students so as to nurture not only quintessential technocrats but also responsible citizens.
2. Core Competence: To make the students apply the necessary problem-solving, design, and application skills for successful careers in Civil Engineering.
3. Breadth: To provide the educational foundation and communication skills that prepare the students for diverse career paths.
4. Professionalism: To inculcate the value systems & ethics, leadership and team work skills, bring holistic development of personality and to promote entrepreneurial thinking among students.
5. Learning environment: To provide students with an environment that develops confidence and stimulates innovative thinking for successful professional career.
6. Creating a Dream: To make every student dream. Dream about a government /private sector job or dream about higher studies or dream about becoming an entrepreneur.
7. Employment avenues: In a fast changing global village, to make the students aware of the potential areas offering employment and to encourage them to take up higher studies.
Program Outcomes (PO)
(a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
(b) An ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data.
(c) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs with in realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.
(d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
(e) An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
(f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.
(g) An ability to communicate effectively.
(h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.
(i) The recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
(j) The knowledge of contemporary issues.
(k) An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
(l) The confidence & ability to integrate the above outcomes for turning in to an entrepreneur.
Links to Syllabus
Department of Civil Engineering
BE Project Reports List 2017-18
|S.N.||NAME OF FACULTY||TITLE OF PROJECT|
|Dr. P. A. Kadu||Digitalized TDS Management|
|Dr. A. R. Mundhda||Comparative study of effect of elevated temperature on properties of ordinary and steel fibre reinforced concrete|
|Dr. P. S. Pajgade||Plastic Fibre Reinforced Concrete|
|Dr. N. W. Ingole||Feasibility studies on Defluoridation of water by using Natural Adsorbants|
|Prof. M. Iqbal||Wastewater Treatment Using Lemna Minor and Water Hyacinth|
|Prof. R. Y. Kale||Effect of Foundry Waste on Expansive Soil ( Black Cotton Soil )|
|Prof. S. G. Adhau||Development of Innovative Products using cement and Geopolymer No-Fines Concrete|
|Prof. M. V. Mohod||Performance of Bamboo Fibre Reinforced Concrete|
|Dr. N. P. Kataria||Analysis and design of RCC Building using different Seismic Codes|
|Prof. M. A. Banarase||Replacement of Fine Aggregate with Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in concrete|
|Prof. Mohd. Shahezad||Pervious Concrete|
|Prof. R. S. Shah||Comparative study between different types of cement using admixture and without admixture for different grades|
|Prof. S. V. Dharpal||Evaluation and Assessment of Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) and Sulphur Dioxide (So2) In Amravati City|
|Prof. S. D. Malkhede||Partial replacement of Cement by Wood Ash|
|Prof. A. S. Deshmukh||Replacement of Cement with White Coal Ash|
|Prof. S. R. Band||Behaviour of Concrete by replacement of Natural Sand with Crumbed Rubber|
|Prof. S. R. Bhuskade||Effects of various parameters of Building on Natural Time Period|
|Prof. H. P. Nistane||Approach for Energy Efficient Residential Building|
|Prof. S. O. Rathi||Safety Rolling Barriers - A solution to serious road Accidents|
|Prof. S. C. Sagne||To study the compressive strength of Geopolymer Concrete|
|Prof. N. W. Chorey||A Novel Approach to treat Domestic Waste Water by Hybrid Process|
|Prof. R. S. Adhau||Domestic waste-water treatment using Attached Growth System|
|Prof. R. S. Wanare||Stabilization of soil by using Waste Paper Sludge and Fly Ash|
|Prof. P. V. Kolhe||Performance of BC soil stabilized with Polypropylene Fiber and Cement|
|Prof. R. V. Langote||Effect of Tyre Shreds and LDPE Waste on behaviour of BC Soil|
Department of Civil Engineering
BE Project Reports List 2016-17
|SR.NO.||NAME OF GUIDE||PROJECT TITLE|
|1||Dr. N.P. Kataria||Earthquake resistant analysis and design of (G+1) bunglow using SAP 2000.|
|2||Prof. M.V. Mohod||Fatigue behavior of sustainable concrete pavement.|
|3||Dr. A.R. Mundhada||Performance of steel fiber reinforced concrete at elevated temperature.|
|4||Dr. N.W. Ingole||An eco-friendly approach for treatment pf water using natural coagulants.|
|5||Dr. P.A.Kadu||Case study on common effluent treatment plant for textile industrial effluent.|
|6||Prof. R.Y.Kale||Stabilization of black cotton soil using eggshell powder and quarry dust.|
|7||Prof. S.D. Malkhede||Earthquake analysis of multistoreyed R.C. frame building for different seismic zones.|
|8||Prof. V.P. Ravekar||Drainage related performance of flexible highway pavement and improvements.|
|9||Prof. M. A. Banarase||Seismic performance of R.C. frame multistoreyed building with and without infill wall.|
|10||Prof. R.S. Wanare||Behaviour of black cotton soil using brick kiln dust and fly ash.|
|11||Prof. S.C. Sagane||Feasibility study on fly ash based on Geopolymer concrete.|
|12||Prof. S.D. Bonkile||Project management by MSP|
|13||Prof. A.S. Deshmukh||Partial replacement of cement with soyabean husk ash and GGBFS|
|14||Prof. S.G. Adhau||Effect of coir fibres on no fines concrete and overview of application.|
|15||Prof. M. Iqbal||Decentralized wastewater treatment.|
|16||Dr.P.S. Pajgade||Mix design for pumpable concrete.|
|17||Prof. S.S.Vinchurkar||Treatment of domestic wastewater by Hybrid Biological system.|
|18||Prof. S.R.Band||Analyses and design of elevated circular water tank.|
|19||Prof. H.P. Nistane||Proposal for green PRMIT&R campus.|
|20||Prof. S. O. Rathi||Self sustainable portable structures.|
|21||Prof. S.R.Bhuskade||Introduction of Precast BIN "|
Department of Civil Engineering
BE Project Reports List 2015-16
|Sr. NO||PROJECT GUIDE||NAME OF PROJECT|
|1||Prof. S.G.Adhau||Study of the effect of Coir Fibre reinforcement on Abrasion resistance in Cement Flooring.|
|2||Dr. P.A. Kadu||Analysis of Biomedical Waste management of Amravati city (MS).|
|3||Dr. P.S. Pajgade||Economical Concrete MIX design concrete.|
|4||Prof. A.R. Mundhada||Effect of confinement on Reinforced concrete at elevated temperatures.|
|5||Prof. M.V. Mohod||Performance of steel fibers, fly ash and foundry sand in rigid pavements.|
|6||Prof. S.R. Bhuskade||Comparative study of multi-storeyed R.C.Building with and without a Shear wall.|
|7||Prof. P.V. Kolhe||Effect on properties of Black Cotton soil using waste rubber tyre shreads.|
|8||Prof. A.S. Deshmukh||Developing Design mix for M40 grade high-performance concrete.|
|9||Prof. P.M. Bagade||Planning proposal for Infrastructural development for recreational and commercial activities near Pedhi river, Walgaon, Amravati.|
|10||Prof. S.D. Malkhade||Seismic analysis of R.C.Frame structure with and without masonry infill walls.|
|11||Prof. N.A. Karwa||Development of old core area of Amravati city.|
|12||Dr. N.W. Ingole||Feasibility study on treatment of waste water by Sonication|
|13||Prof. R.Y. Kale||Iimproving strength of sandy soil by Microbial induced calcife precipitation.|
|14||Prof. M. Shahezad||Analysis and design of G+3 flat scheme by using STAAD-Pro and by manual calculations.|
Civil Engineering Department has signed Memorandum of Understanding with
1. Executive Engineer, Irrigation Project, Amravati
2. Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojna
3. Construction Quality Control and ConstroChem (CQCC)
4. Umap Builders & Developers