Introduction

The requirement of infrastructure to fulfill the needs of the society around the globe has created a lot of scope for the Civil Engineering professionals. The requirement of Civil Engineering professionals in the fields of structural engineering, geo technical, transportation, irrigation environmental engineering etc. has enormously increased day by day. In view of this, the management has taken up a noble step to start the Civil Engineering branch to contribute to the society to fill the gap of requirement in the profession.
The Department of Civil Engineering was established in 2002. The Department has highly committed faculty who did their education from various IIT’s, NIT’s and other reputed Universities. They strive always to provide a quality education to the students and work hard to develop the overall personality of the students. The laboratories in the Department contain self-sufficient equipment to impart the required practical training to the students. Our consistent growth was acknowledged widely when the Department was accredited by NBA in 2017.

Highlights of the Department

  • Well qualified and experienced faculty.
  • Well qualified and experienced faculty.
  • Advanced labs for U.G and P.G students.
  • Additional lab facility available in the department with latest and sophisticated equipment to meet the curriculum requirement.
  • Professional bodies-Institute of Engineers India, ISTE.
  • Departmental Library consists of standard civil journals like ASCE, ICJ, IEEE and Science Direct.
  • Computers with internet connectivity.
  • STADD.Pro, Auto CAD Licensed Soft wares.
  • The students of our department visited various Constructional Sites, Projects and Tunnels like L&T, Kaleshwaram, Sri RamaSagar Project, Survey of India, HMWS Sewage Treatment Plants Etc.

Programs

B.Tech
Civil Engineering-(CE)-4Years-Intake-180
M.Tech
Structural Engineering-(SE)-2 Years-Intake-48

Vision

To produce globally competent and qualitative professionals with innovative ideas in civil Engineering.

Mission

To offer quality education to promote research culture, professional consultancy and man power training as well as leadership in Civil Engineering.
M1: Quality education
M2: Research culture
M3: Professional consultancy
M4: Man power training
M5: Leadership qualities

Head of the Department

Faculty

Dr. K. RAMACHANDRA REDDY

Ph. D Professor

Dr. G. VENKATA RAO

Ph. D Professor

Dr. P. PRADEEP KUMAR

Ph. D Associate Professor

Dr.K. MADHUSUDAN REDDY

Ph. D Associate Professor

Dr. K. J. N. SAI NITESH

Ph. D Assistant Professor

Board of Studies


Dr. P. Rajashekar

professor,OU,Hyderabad.


Mr. Ravikanth Chittiprolu

Entrepneur,Hyderabad.


Dr. P. Pradeep Kumar

Associate Professor, AU.


Dr. K. Madhusudan Reddy

Associate Professor,AU


Dr. KJN. Sai Nitesh

Assistant Professor,AU.


Dr. Radhika K S

Assistant Professor,AU


Dr. Sambit Kumar Beura

Assistant Professor,AU.


Dr. CH. Hemanth Kumar

Assistant Professor,AU.


Dr. Naveen Kumar Chaturvedi

Assistant Professor,AU.


Mr. Basavaraj Ashok B Patil

Assistant Professor,AU.


Mr. D. Rahul.Alumni

Outcome Based Education (OBE)

It’s a student-centric approach It’s not what teacher teaches, it’s what student learns. The desired outcomes are determined first and the programme curriculum, teaching and learning methodology and supporting facilities are designed to support the intended outcomes

  • Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
  • Program Outcomes (PO)
  • Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)
  • Programme Assessment Committee (PAC)
  • Department Advisory Board (DAB)

Program Educational Objectives (Peo)

  • PEO1:To enable the graduates employable as Civil Engineering professionals in all sectors.
  • PEO2:To produce engineers to achieve the professional expertise in latest technologies to excel in the analysis and design of various components and structures.
  • PEO3:To produce graduates to work in multidisciplinary teams with effective communication and team work skills with high regard to legal and ethical responsibilities.
  • PEO4:To prepare the graduates to adopt the latest trends in Civil Engineering by engaging themselves in lifelong learning.

Program Outcomes (Po)

  • PO1:Able to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2:Able to analyze complex engineering problems using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3:Able to design solutions for complete engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health, safety, cultural ,societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4:Able to use research-based knowledge including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid solutions.
  • PO5:Able to create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities.
  • PO6:Able to apply the contextual knowledge to assess social, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practices
  • PO7:Able to understand the impact of the professional engineering solution in social and environmental contexts.
  • PO8:Able to apply ethical principles and commitment to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9:Able to function effectively as an individual, a member or a leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10:Able to communicate effectively, comprehend and write effective reports, design documentation and make effective presentations.
  • PO11:Able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles to manage projects as a member and leader in a team in multidisciplinary environments
  • PO12:Able to engage self and life-long learning

Program Specific Outcomes (Pso)

  • PSO1:Work in the domain of planning, analysis and design of civil structures by utilizing advanced technologies
  • PSO2:Plan and design the transportation network as per the requirement of society
  • PSO3:Apply the theory to know the behavior of the geotechnical aspects and their improvement
  • PSO4:Apply the knowledge of behavior of the water and environment to design the related structures for the benefit of society

Curriculum R-20

Curriculum R-18

SemesterSubjectsElectives
Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.
Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.

Program Assessment Committee

B. TECH II YEAR I SEMESTERCOURSE COORDINATOR
Strength of Materials-IDr.KJN.SaiNitesh
Surveying and GeomaticsMr.P.Nagesh
Fluid MechanicsMr.B.Ashok Patil
Construction Materials and PlanningMrs.R.Moulika
Engineering GeologyDr.P.Pradeep Kumar
B. TECH III YEAR I SEMESTERCOURSE COORDINATOR
Hydraulic EngineeringMr.Venkata Kamal lal
Environmental EngineeringMr.B.C.S.Reddy
Geotechnical Engineering Dr.K.Madhusudan Reddy
Design Of Concrete StructuresMr.K.SaiBaba
Pavement EngineeringDr.Sambit Kumar Beura
Ground Improvement TechnicsMr.B.Parameswar
Prestressed ConcreteMr.K.Hajarath
B. TECH IV YEAR I SEMESTERCOURSE COORDINATOR
Estimation and Costing Mr.R.Sreenu
Construction Engineering and Management Ms.D.Sruthilaya
Advanced Structural AnalysisDr.CH.Hemanth Kumar
Solid And Hazardous Waste ManagementMr.R.Sai Kiran
Rural Water Supply And Onsite Sanitation SystemDr.Naveen Kumar Chaturvedi
Ground Water EngineeringDr.G.Venkata Rao
Repair and Rehabilitation of StructuresMr.M.Madhukar
Environmental Impact Assessment and Life Cycle AnalysisMr.D.Maheswara Reddy
Disaster Preparedness and PlanningDr.Radhika K.S
Convener: Dr. B. Narender, HOD, CE

Responsibilities of Programme Assessment Committee (PAC)

  • Monitors the attainment of POs and PEOs.
  • Prepares periodic reports records on program activities, progress, status or other special reports for management key stake holders.
  • Motivates the faculty and students towards attending workshops, developing projects, working models, paper publications and research.
  • Interact with students, faculty, and Program Coordinators, Module Coordinator and outside/community agencies (through their representation) in facilitating program educational objectives.
  • PAC meets at least once in 6 months to review the program and submits report to Department Advisory Board (DAB).

Student Achievements/ Activities 2020-2021

Facilities

  • Licensed STADD.Pro, Auto CAD soft wares.
  • Computers with internet connectivity.
  • Access to e-journals through membership.
  • Department Library.
  • Institute of Engineers India Student Chapter.
  • Standard civil journals like ASCE, ICJ, IEEE and Science Direct.
  • All Labs are supported by UPS and generator.

Professional Chapters

Institution of Engineers India (IEI)

The Institution of Engineers (India) [IEI] is the largest multi-disciplinary professional body of engineers, established in 1920 with its Headquarters located in Kolkata and incorporated under Royal Charter on 9th September, 1935 by the then His Majesty of King George V. The Royal Charter endowed the Institution with the responsibility to promote the general advancement of engineering amongst its members and persons attached to the Institution. After Independence, the Institution is a “Body Corporate” protected under Article 372 of the Constitution of India. The Institution of Engineers (India) is administered by a National Council with the President as its Head.

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. The major objective of the ISTE is to provide quality training programmes to teachers and administrators of technical institutions to update their knowledge and skills in their fields of activity and to assist and contribute in the production and development of top-quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organizations.

Structural Analysis Lab & RS & GIS Lab

B.Tech, III year II semester & IV year I Semester

Engineering Geology Lab

B.Tech, II year II semester

Environmental Engineering Lab

B.Tech, III year II semester

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab

B.Tech, II year II semester

Materials Testing lab

B.Tech, III year I semester

Geo technical Engineering Lab

B.Tech, III year II semester

Solid Mechanics Lab

B.Tech, II year I semester

Survey & Geomatics Lab

B.Tech, II year I semester

Transport Engineering Lab

B. Tech III Year I semester

Advanced Equipment

  • Total Stations
  • Concrete Permeability test Apparatus.
  • Core Cutter sample Extractor machine.
  • USPV Apparatus.
  • RCPT Apparatus.
  • CBR Testing Machine.
  • Bitumen Extractor
  • Buoyancy Balance Machine.
  • Smart Spectrophoto meter.
  • Electric muffle furnace.
All Labs are supported by UPS with 2 hours backup and generator.

Industrial Visits

Academic year 2019-20
Academic year 2018-19

Faculty Guiding Ph.D

Name of the FacultyElectives
Dr.K.Ramachandra Reddy1
Dr.B.Narender1
Dr.P.Pradeep Kumar1
Dr.KJN.SaiNitesh1
Dr.Sambit Kumar Beura1

Faculty Pursuing Ph.D

Name of the FacultyName of the UniversityArea of Research
Mr.K.SaiBabaSVNIT-SURATSustainable Materials, Composite Structures, Geo polymer concrete.
Mr.R.SreenuSVNIT-SURATDesign and Analysis of Structural Elements
Mr.K.HajarathNIT-WARANGALSpecial Concretes-Geo polymer Concrete, Self Compacting Concrete , Fire Related Structures and Repair And Rehabilitation of Structures
Ms.D.SruthilayaNIT-WARANGALMetro Rail Complexities
Mr.B.C.S.ReddyNIT-WARANGALPedestrian Behavior at uncontrolled Intersections
Mrs.M.SravanthiNIT-WARANGALSelf-Compacting and Self-healing concrete using micro organisms
Mr.T.NagapurnaNIT-WARANGALSeismic analysis Of structures
Mrs.D.RajithaOU-HYDERABADGeological studies to evaluate Iron Ore Mineralization with Special emphasis on Mineral Economics
Mr.P.NageshAU- HYDERABADPerformance Analysis of Road Intersections under Heterogeneous Traffic conditions
Mr.K.Sunil KumarOU- HYDERABADFiber Reinforced Concrete
Mr.R.Sai KiranAU- HYDERABADMagnesium Based Cements
Mr.Srinivasa Prasad JoshiKLU-VIJAYAWADAShear Transfer Mechanism in Reinforced Concrete Beams
Mr.B.ParameshwarAU- HYDERABADPlaxis Software (Shallow Foundations)
Mr.D.Maheswara ReddyKLU- VIJAYAWADAAccident Block Spot Analysis

Faculty Research Publications

Academic year 2020-21
SL.noAuthorArticle TitleJournal / ConferencePublication details
1Dr.KJN Sai NiteshStudy on the effect of steel and glass fibres on fresh and hardened properties of vibrated concrete and self-compacting concreteMaterials Today: ProceedingsVol. 27,1559–1568,June 2020,SCOPUS
2Dr.Fouzia ShaheenRole of Chloride Ion and Cation Type Accompanied by Sulfate Ion on Durability Performance of Concrete in Conjoint Chloride–Sulfate EnvironmentJournal of Material in Civil EngineeringVol. 32, 04020264,July 2020,SCIE
3Dr.Narender Bodige Vulnerability assessment of a heritage structure subjected to blast-induced ground motionsCurrent ScienceVol.119,1131-1141,October 2020,SCOPUS,SCIE
4Mr.Sunil Kumar K. Experimental Study on the Strengthening Properties of Rubber Concrete with Hook End Steel FibersInternational Journal of Recent Technology & EngineeringVol. 9,426-430,November 2020
5Mr.Sunil Kumar K. Flexural and Shear Behavior of Beams Reinforced with GFRP RebarsInternational Journal of Recent Technology & EngineeringVol. 9,229-235,January 2021
6Mr.Sreenivasa Prasad JoshiEvaluation on Dowel Force of Flexural Reinforcement with Shear Reinforcement Provided under Four Point Bending LoadKSCE Journal of Civil EngineeringVol. 25,2143–2150,March2021,SCOPUS,SCIE
7Dr.Beura, S. KUnsignalized Intersection Level of Service: A bicyclist’s perspectiveInternational Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems ResearchVol. 19, 405–416,March2021,SCOPUS
Academic year 2019-20
SL.noAuthorArticle TitleJournal / ConferencePublication details
1Mr.Sreenivasa Prasad JoshiThe Seismic Analysis of Multistoried Building with shear walls of Different Shapes. Literature ReviewInternational Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, (IJERT)Vol. 8 Issue 07, July-2019, 2278-0181
2Mr.Sreenivasa Prasad JoshiThe Seismic Analysis of Multistoried Building with shear walls of Different Shapes in all zones.International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, (IJERT)Vol. 8 Issue 07, July-2019 2278-0181
3Dr. Syed Omar BallariArea occupancy characteristics in traffic flow on urban Highway: A case studyJournal of Advanced Research in Dynamic and Control Systems (JARDCS)Vol. 11, Issue 10,Sep 2019, 1943-023X
4Dr. A.VimalaNonlinear Behaviour of Vertically Irregular Structures using ShearwallInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE),8(12)Vol. 8, Issue 12,Oct 2019,2278-3075
5Dr. A.VimalaOptimum Location of SoftStorey in Multi- Storeyed BuildingInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE),8(12)Vol. 8, Issue 12,Oct 2019,2278-3075
6Dr. A.VimalaEffect of Shear Wall on RC Building of Varying HeightsInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE),8(12)Vol. 8, Issue 12,Oct 2019,2278-3075
7Dr. A.VimalaNonlinear Behavior of Flat Slab using ShearWallInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE),8(12)Vol. 8, Issue 12,Oct 2019,2278-3075
8Dr. A.VimalaPerformance of Outrigger System by Non-Linear Static MethodInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE),8(12)Vol. 8, Issue 12,Oct 2019,2278-3075
9Dr. A.VimalaEffect of Shear wall Geometry on Ten Storey Building with Raft and Fixed base foundationInternational Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)Vol. 9 Issue-1,01-10-2019,2249 – 8958
10Dr. A.VimalaNonlinear Behavior of Building with Varying Percentages of Slab OpeningInternational Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)Vol. 9 Issue-1,01-10-2019,2249 – 8958
11Dr. A.VimalaCollapse Mechanism of Strong Column Weak Beam Buildings of Varying HeightsInternational Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)Vol. 9 Issue-1,01-10-2019,2249 – 8958
12Dr. B. NarenderSeismic Behavior of Mid- Rise Precast Reinforced Concrete Building with Effect of Joints and Supports.International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Vol. 8 Issue-4,01-11-2019,2277-3878
13Dr. B. NarenderSeismic Behavior of RC Buildings with Effect of Staircase and Elevator Core Wall.International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Vol. 8 Issue-4,01-11-2019,2277-3878
14Dr. B. NarenderEffect of Steel Bracing in Progressive Collapse of Multi Storey RC Buildings.International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Vol. 8 Issue-4,01-11-2019,2277-3878
15Dr. B. NarenderSeismic Fragility Curves of R.C.Framed Buildings Designed as per is Low, Medium and High CodeInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-2,01-12-2019,2278-3075
16Dr. B. NarenderSeismic Fragility Curves for RC Flat Slab Buildings with and Without InfillInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-2,01-12-2019,2278-3075
17Ms.D. SruthilayaStudy and analysis of parking characteristics (AGI, Hyderabad)International Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)Vol. 9, Issue 6,01-12-2019,2249–7978
18Dr. P. Pradeep Kumar Study and analysis of parking characteristics (AGI, Hyderabad)International Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)Vol. 9, Issue 6,01-12-2019,2249–7978
19Mrs.D. RajithaStudy and analysis of parking characteristics (AGI, Hyderabad)International Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)Vol. 9, Issue 6,01-12-2019,2249–7978
20Ms.D. Sruthilaya Effect of polypropylene fiber on Mechanical Properties of concrete containing fly ashInternational Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)Vol. 9, Issue 6,01-12-2019,2249–7978
21Dr.Fouzia Shaheen Effect of polypropylene fiber on Mechanical Properties of concrete containing fly ashInternational Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)Vol. 9, Issue 6,01-12-2019,2249–7978
22Mr.T. Naga Purna ChandanEffect of polypropylene fiber on Mechanical Properties of concrete containing fly ashInternational Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)Vol. 9, Issue 6,01-12-2019,2249–7978
23Dr. Syed Omar BallariPassenger Car Equivalent Estimation Methods of Trucks in Traffic StreamInternational Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Vol. 8 Issue-5, Jan2020 2277-3878
24Mr.R. Sai KiranPartial Replacement of Cement with wood Ash & Fly Ash in Pavement Quality ConcreteInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-5,01-03-2020,2278-3075
25Dr. Fouzia Shaheen Partial Replacement of Cement with wood Ash & Fly Ash in Pavement Quality ConcreteInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-5,01-03-2020,2278-3075
26Mr.P.Sai AvinashPartial Replacement of Cement with wood Ash & Fly Ash in Pavement Quality ConcreteInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-5,01-03-2020,2278-3075
27Mr.P. Sai AvinashBehaviour of Partially Infilled Frames using Finite ElementInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-5,01-03-2020,2278-3075
28Mrs.Y. PrathyushaBehaviour of Partially Infilled Frames using Finite ElementInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-5,01-03-2020,2278-3075
29Mr.R. Sai KiranBehaviour of Partially Infilled Frames using Finite ElementInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Vol. 9 Issue-5,01-03-2020,2278-3075
30Dr. K. J. N. Sai NiteshStudy on the effect of steel and glass fibers on fresh and hardened properties of vibrated concrete and self-compacting concreteMaterials TodayVol. 27,01-04-2020
31Dr. B. NarenderSeismic Behaviour of G+7 RC Open Ground Storey Buildings with Fluid Viscous DampersAdvances in Structural Engineering, SpringerVol. 74,01-05-2020
Academic year 2018-19
SL.noAuthorArticle TitleJournal / ConferencePublication details
1Dr.SaiNitesh K. J. N Analysis of the thickness of steel rebars cover in concrete effect on Torsional behaviour of steel fi bres reinforced with recycled aggregate Self Compacting ConcreteCement Wapno Betanpp.259-276 (SCI
2Mr.RamavathSreenuAnalysis of Reinforced Concrete Building under Blast LoadingInternational Journal of Latest Transactions in Engineering And Science (IJLTES)ISSN: 2321-0605, Vol. 4, Issue.4,
3Mr.RamavathSreenuAn Experimental Study on Performance of Ternary Blended High Strength Fiber Reinforced ConcreteInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)Volume-5 Issue 8
4Mr.Mathamalla Madhukar An Experimental Study on Performance of Ternary Blended High Strength Fiber Reinforced ConcreteInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)Volume-5 Issue 8
5Mr.K.HazarathAn Experimental Study on Performance of Ternary Blended High Strength Fiber Reinforced ConcreteInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)Volume-5 Issue 8
6Dr. P. Pradeep Kumar Improvement in Properties of Black Cotton Soil using Lime and Granite Stone DustInternational Journal of Scientific Research and ReviewVolume 7- Issue 3, ISSN NO: 2279-543X
7Mr.K. S. Amith Numerical analysis on Stone Columns with Geotextile Encasement and Lime StabilisationSoil Dynamics and Earthquake Geotechnical EngineeringVolume No-03,Springer Singapore,Pp.169-176
8Mr.Akki TrisulapaniAssessment Of Ground Water Contamination Around Landfill Due To LechateInternational Journal Of ResearchISSN No:2236-6124, Volume VIII, Issue I,
9Mr.RamavathSreenuInfluence Of Transverse Hole On Flexural Strength Of Rc BeamInternational Journal of Civil Engineering (IJCE)ISSN (P): 2278-9987; ISSN (E): 2278-9995 Vol. 8, Issue 1.
10Mr.RamavathSreenuSeismic Behaviour Of Reinforced Concrete Frame With Different In fillsInternational Journal of Civil, Structural, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering Research and Development (IJCSEIERD)ISSN (P): 2249-6866; ISSN (E): 2249-7978 Vol. 9, Issue 1,
11Mr.Akki TrisulapaniGround water Purifying at Subsurface Level by Natural methodsSuraj Punj Journal for Multi-disciplinary Research (SPJMR)Volume 9- Issue 3, ISSN NO: 2279-543X
12Dr.SaiNitesh K. J. N An experimental investigation on torsional behaviour of recycled aggregate based steel fiber reinforced self-compacting concrete.Journal of building EngineeringVol.22 (2019): 242-51. (ESCI).

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