Civil Engineering

About the Department

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, transportation, irrigation environmental engineering etc. has enormously increased day by day. In view of this the management of Anurag Group of Institutions 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 has started in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 students in B. Tech., subsequently its intake has been increased to 120 in the year 2013 and to 180 in 2014 to cater the demand of the profession. The Department also runs two post graduation programs, M. Tech. (Structural Engineering) which was started in the year 2012 with an intake of 24 students each in two shifts and M.Tech. (Construction Management) started in 2014 with an intake of 24 students.

The Department has highly committed faculty who did their education from various IITs, NITs 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.

Programs

B. Tech.

Civil Engineering
4 Years duration
Intake of 180 students

M. Tech.

Structural Engineering
2 Years duration
Intake of 24 students Shift-I

M. Tech.

Structural Engineering
2 Years duration
Intake of 24 students Shift-II

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

Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing its graduates to accomplish

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

Program Outcomes are the statements that describe significant and essential learning that learners have achieved and can demonstrate at the end of course or program. The program Outcomes are the knowledge, skills and abilities that the student should acquire and posses their graduation

  • 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 (PSOs)

The Programme Specific Outcomes are the statements that describes the significant and essential learning that learners have achieved and can demonstrate at the end of the programme

  • 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
  • PSO3Apply 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

Graduate Attribute

Graduate attributes are the parameters adopted by NBA for accreditation of programme based on initial capabilities, competence, skills etc. keeping in mind the outcomes desired by the civil engineering profession. The following are the graduate attributes of civil engineering under graduate programme.

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to solve the complex civil engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: Possesses critical thinking skills, problem solving abilities and familiarity with the computational procedures.
  • Design and Development of Solutions: Ability to plan, analyze, design and construct the various types of civil engineering structures with appropriate consideration for public health, safety and culture.
  • Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate the knowledge of engineering principles, financial and managerial capabilities during the construction phase of a project.
  • Ethics: Apply the ethical principles, show the commitment to the professional responsibilities and follow the norms of engineering practices.
  • Communication: Excel in expressing ideas, writing technical reports with good communication and managerial skills.
  • The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practices.
  • Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in independent life-long learning to incorporate technical innovations.
  • Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in social and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of need for sustainable development.
  • Modern Tool Usage: Ability to get hands on training in the various modern civil engineering software and latest equipment.
  • Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods to design, conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret experimental data to provide valid conclusions.

Head of the Department

Dr. A. Vimala
Professor and Head
Department of Civil Engineering
Anurag Group of Institutions
Email id: vimalace@cvsr.ac.in, vimlareddy@gmail.com.

Academic Background

Ph.D. (Civil Engineering) : IIIT Hyderabad
M.E. : O.U. Hyderabad
B.E ( Civil Engineering) : O.U., Hyderabad

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Research interests

Areas of research are Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. Focus is on understanding of the seismic behavior of structural systems and development of simple numerical techniques for pre estimation of damage to structures during earthquakes. It also includes development and implementation of performance based design methods for seismic retrofit and design of new structures.

During Ph.D., in my research, a new methodology is proposed for seismic damage assessment of a reinforced concrete framed structure, based on the energy dissipated by the structure, along the completed displacement path. Three methods are proposed to assess the global damage state of the structure for any deformation in it. Proposed damage methods consider both, deformation and strength degradation of the structure to calculate the damage. Proposed damage methods can be applied to any structure under flexure or shear failure. A quick assessment of damage at less cost is the advantage of the proposed methods.

I have also worked on evaluation and improvement of accuracy of pushover analysis for seismic design. In my dissertation work, the energy dissipation capacity of a structure is estimated by a redefined non-linear pushover curve. In addition to my dissertation research, other areas that interest me for my future research stem are developing improved analytical models and methods for performance-based seismic design of RC structures. During my dissertation, I was also fortunate enough to have served as a teaching assistant at IIIT Hyderabad. My professional experience includes continuous service as a teaching faculty for 17 years for under graduate and post graduate students. My service also includes as a structural designer (about 10 years) of various residential buildings as a passion of my profession at Hyderabad. While my professional career offered a great deal of success, my PhD program created interest in research. I believe teaching and research should go hand in hand.

Faculty

S.No Faculty Name Qualification Designation
1 Prof.R.S.N.Sastry Ph.D Professor
2 Dr.A.Vimala Ph.D Professor
3 Dr.B.Narender Ph.D., Assoc Prof
4 Mr.A.Trisulapani M.Tech Assoc Prof
5 Mr.K.Sai Baba M.Tech Asst Prof
6 Mr.K Hajarath  M.Tech Asst Prof
7 Mr.D.Venkatadri M.Tech Asst Prof
8 Mr.R.Sreenu M.Tech Asst Prof
9 Mr.B.Chandra Shekar Reddy M.Tech Asst Prof
10 Mr.D.Shiva M.Tech Asst Prof
11 Mr.M.Manoj Kumar M.Tech Asst Prof
12 Ms.A.Nagalakshmi M.Tech Asst Prof
13 Mr.K.Teja Vinay Kumar Reddy M.Tech Asst Prof
14 Ms.M.Sravanthi M.Tech Asst Prof
15 Ms.P.Shruthi Shekar M.Tech Asst Prof
16 Ms.P.Shanthi M.Tech Asst Prof
17 Ms.A.Yamini M.Tech Asst Prof
18 Mr.K.Harish Kumar M.Tech Asst Prof
19 Mr.V.Naveen M.Tech Asst Prof
20 Ms.M.Prema Latha M.Tech Asst Prof
21 Mr.R.Ajay Kumar M.Tech Asst Prof
22 Mr.M.Madhukar M.Tech Asst Prof
23 Mr.D.Vinod Kumar Nayak M.Tech Asst Prof
24 Ms.P.Mounika M.Tech Asst Prof
25 Mr.T.Nagapurna Chandan M.Tech Asst Prof
26 Ms.V.Lavanya M.Tech Asst Prof
27 Mr.G.Mrukund Raj M.Tech Asst Prof
28 Ms.G.Devipriya M.Tech Asst Prof
29 Ms.D.Rajitha M.Tech Asst Prof
30 Ms.D.Sruthilaya M.Tech Asst Prof
31 Mr.P.Nagesh M.Tech Asst Prof
32 Mr.Someswara Rao Bonela M.Tech Asst Prof

Facilities

Internet facility for staff and students:

Total 64 Computers are installed in the computer center and the Department and 15 computers are connected with internet for round the clock.

Total number of class rooms:

Total 10 class rooms and a seminar hall of 200 seating capacity are available.

Class rooms for ICT facility:

Four class rooms with ICT facility are available in the Department.

Prominent Features of the Department:

  • Well qualified faculty with 3 Doctorates
  • Best infra structure facilities
  • Well equipped modernized ten laboratories
  • Computer center with sixty systems
  • Registered softwares of STAAD Pro and Arc GIS
  • Strengthened survey lab with four ‘Total Stations’
  • Consultancy and testing facilities in various labs
  • Regular visits to major infra and construction projects
  • Campus placement in core sector and as well as in IT

Professional Chapters

  • ISTE-Chapter
  • IE(I)-Chapter

Technical Associations

  • Civil Engineering Association
  • Alumni Association
  • Entrepreneurship Development Cell
  • GATE Club
  • Career Guidance Cell

Strengths of Department

  • The faculty members with good team spirit.
  • Faculty members qualified in different areas of specialization.
  • Involved in commercial testing and consultancy works.
  • Faculty members are updating themselves periodically through Faculty Development Programs.
  • Well equipped lab facilities.

Laboratories

The following laboratories are installed in the Department.
  • Surveying
  • Strength of Materials
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Engineering Geology
  • Concrete Technology
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • Remote Sensing & Geographic Information System (RS & GIS)

Infrastructure

  • All classes rooms with LCD projectors
  • A seminar hall of 200 capacity
  • Computer centre with registered software’s STAAD pro &ARC GIS
  • Department library
Soil Mechanics
Soil Mechanics
Concrete Technology
Concrete Technology
Environmental engineering
Environmental engineering

Board of Studies

The members of ‘Board of Studies’ of Civil Engineering is reconstituted on 2nd May 2106. The related letter of order is attached herewith. The list of Board of Studies members is given below.

Dr. K. R. C. Reddy

AGI
Chairman

Dr. P. Sravana

JNTUH
JNTU Nominee

Dr. Shashidhar

IIT’H
Member

Dr. G. Rajesh Kumar

NIT’W
Member

Dr. A. Srinivas Prasad

RVR&JC,AP
Member

Dr. M. Koti Reddy

CBIT
Str.-Member

T.V. Rao

APGENCO
Member

P.Satyanarayana

AGI
Member

V. Anand Reddy

AGI
Member

Program Assessment Committee

The Programme Assessment Committee is constituted with the following members in the Department of Civil Engineering for the academic year 2016-17.

Dr. K. R. C. Reddy

Chairman

B.Tech. II Year Civil Engineering

Convener
  • A.Trisulapani
Course Coordinator
  • Dr. P. Sumanbabu
  • D.Sruthilaya
  • D.Shiva
  • M.Shravanthi
  • M.Manojkumar

B.Tech. III Year Civil Engineering

Convener
  • P.Satyanarayana
Course Coordinator
  • R.Sreenu
  • T.Shivali
  • K.T.V.K. Reddy
  • P.Shruthi Shekar

B.Tech. IV Year Civil Engineering

Convener
  • Dr. B. Narender
Course Coordinator
  • K. Saibaba
  • D. Venkatadri
  • K. Hazarath
  • A. Nagalakshmi
  • T. Priyanka

M. Tech. I Year Civil Engineering

Convener
  • Dr. P. V. Dilipkumar
Course Coordinator
  • Dr. B. Narender
  • K. Saibaba
  • R. Sreenu
  • K. Hazarath

Faculty Pursuing Research

A.Trisulpani

JNTU,Hyderabad
Registered in 2016

K.Saibaba

S.V.National Institute of Technology Surat
Registered in 2010

Project Review Committee

The Project Review Committee is constituted with the following members in the Department of Civil Engineering for the academic year 2016-17.

Dr. K. R. C. Reddy

Chairman

B.Tech. IV Year Civil Engineering

Convener
  • Dr.B. Narender
Course Coordinator
  • B.C.S Reddy
  • Dr.P.Sumanbabu
  • T. Priyanka
  • T. Shivali
  • P. Sruthisheker

M.Tech. II Year Structural Engineering

Convener
  • Dr.P.V. Dillipkumar
Course Coordinator
  • Dr. B. Narender
  • K.Saibaba
  • R. Sreenu
  • K. Hazarath

Achievements

  • Mr. A. Abhiram Reddy awarded with ‘Indira Gandhi National NSS Award 2014-15’ by Han. President Shri Pranab Mukherjee on 19th November 2015 at New Delhi.
  • Ms. Manasvini B.Tech. III Year student presented a paper in an International students Conference in Italy under IUCEE students SPEED chapter in September 2015.
  • Ms. B. Santosha selected for JNTUH ‘university kho-kho team’ & participated in ‘south zone inter university kho-kho tournament’ held at ‘TPESU Chennai during 4-5 Dec. 2015.
  • Mr. Ashok Yadav selected for JNTUH ‘university taekwondo team’ & participated in ‘all India inter university taekwondo championship’ in ‘Delhi University’ during 19-22 March 2016.
  • Mr. B. Manish Reddy and Mr. S. Nipun have participated in National Integration Camp organised by NSS Regional Directorate, Laknow and NSS Cell Dr.BRAU, Agra during 13-19 June 2016.
  • Mr. B. Manish Reddy and Mr. S. Nipun have participated and completed ‘Learn to Meditate’ offered by Heartfulness Institution, Agra during 13-19 June 2016.

Events

Events during 2014-15

Date: 06-08-2014

Inagurartion of Civil Engineering Association

Chief Guest: Dr. P. Jagannadha Rao, Rtd. Professor, JNTU Kakinada.

Guests: Prof. K. S. Rao (Director), Prof. M. Mutha Reddy (Principal), Dr. K. R. C. Reddy (HOD), Mr. Y. Srinivas (CEA Faculty Incharge), Mr. S. Ravi Teja (CEA Student President).

Participants: Students and Faculty of Civil Engineering Department about 200 members.

Report: The chief guest delivers a lecture about his research practices, especially on fibre reinforced concrete and shown a video on civil engineering growth.

Date: 05-09-2014

Teachers Day Celebrations

Guests: All Faculty members of Civil Engineering Department.

Participants: All Students and Faculty of Civil Engineering Department.

Eport: The students have felicitated the faculty and presented a cultural programme. On this occasion the HOD has advised the students and teachers to work hard, to improve the quality of education and respect each other.

Date: 05-09-2014

Orientation Programme

Presentation by: Dr. K. R. C. Reddy (HOD).

Participants: All B. Tech 1st Year students their parents and faculty of Civil Engineering department.

Report: The Head of the Department has presented the Department of Civil Engineering for the 1st year students and parents. It included (i) Strengths of faculty, (ii) Infrastructure, (iii) Facilities, (iv) Curriculum, (v) Rules and Regulations of the department and finally introduced the faculty members.

Date: 15-09-2014

Engineer’s Day Celebrations

Chief Guest: Er. Vivek Bhaskar Gadgil, Chief Executive & Managing Director, L & T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited

Guests: Dr. P. Rajeshwar Reddy (Chairman), Mrs. S. Neelima (Secretary), Prof. M. Mutha Reddy (Principal), Prof. M. Bhagavanth Rao (Sr. Director), Prof. K. S. Rao (Director), Dr. K. R. C. Reddy (HOD)

Participants: Students of Civil & Mechanical Engineering Department and Faculty of Civil Engineering Department.

Report: The chief guest delivered a long speech on the importance of improving the overall personality of the students.

Date: 13-09-2014

Essay Writing Competition

Topic: Transportation Challenges

Participants: Students of Civil Engineering Department.

Sai Susmitha (B.Tech II Yr), M .L. Manasa (B.Tech II Yr), K.Geetha (B.Tech II Yr), Ch. Madhu Sahithya (B.Tech II Yr), B. Akhila (B.Tech II Yr), Sirisha (B.Tech II Yr), Goutmi (B.Tech II Yr), K. Pranaya Sree (B.Tech III Yr), Pranay Kumar (B.Tech III Yr)

Report: The students have participated actively and shown their writing skills on the above topic. The 1st prize won by Ms. K. Pranaya Sree, 2nd prize given to Ms. L. Sirisha, consolation prize bagged by Ms. Ch.Madhu Sahitya.

Events during 2015-16

  • A Debate competition was organized on metro rail system –Boon or Bane on 22 January 2016
  • A debate competition was organized on urban life and future requirement on 15 February2016
  • Agama 2016- a national level technical festival organisation 17-20 march 2016

Events during 2016-17

  • Modelling of Bridge with ice cream sticks on 2nd September 2016.

Industry-Institute Interaction

Under Construction

Courseware

Course ware

Alumni

Many of our alumni are placed as high ranked officers, taking up higher education, opting for successful entrepreneurs in India and abroad and working as academicians in good Institutions.

Batch 2009 -2013

A.Bhaskar Reddy

Software Engineer
Dega Software solutions

Mukesh

Planning Engineer
Hilti India Pvt Ltd

Athul Reddy

Material Engineer
Qatar Indian Solutions

Vihari

Mtech
SRM University

Pranav Raja

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Venkanna

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Vivek

AE in Rural water supply
Telangana Government

Ravi Teja

Masters in USA
Carleton University

Vamshi Krishna

Project Engineer
Miller Davis Company

Rajesh

Planning Engineer
Shapoorjee infrastructures Ltd

Surya Narayana

Site Engineer
Aparna constructions

Zaheerudin

Mtech
MGIT

R.Ravi Kiran Reddy

AE in Panchayath Raj
Telangana Government

Naresh

Engineer Trainee
Meil Infrastructure

Rakesh

M. Tech.
Osmania University

Eshwar

Preparing for IES
Made Easy Academy

Prudwi Raj

AEE in Rural water supply
Telangana Government

Sravan Kumar

Analyst
Axykno Capital services Ltd

Sujith Kumar

M. Tech.
NICMAR

Surya Teja

Graduate Trainee
Al Futtaim Carillion

S.Pavan Harsha

Planning Engineer
Shapoorjee infrastructures Ltd

Shashidar

AE in Rural water supply
Telangana Government

Narender

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Lavan Kumar

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Manoj Steve

Designer Engineer
Indian Railway service

Srinivas

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Durga Prasad

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Sai Gnan

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Babu Rao

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Mallesham

Preparing for IES
ACE Academy

Imran

Mtech
SRM University

Swathi

AE in Rural water supply
Telangana Government

Madhu

Assistant Professor
Aurora Engineering college

Divya

Assistant Professor
Aurora Engineering college

Anusha

AEE in R&B
Telangana Government

Priyanka

 
 

A.Abhilash

Assistant Engineer
Telangana Government

N.Mareena

 
 

R.Haritha

Mtech
Osmania University

Swetha

Masters in USA
University of IIlinois

Ranjeetha Naidu

Develo[per
Amazon

R.Moulika

Mtech
Cvsr College of Engineering

Mohd Saddam

Graduate Engineer
Meil Infrastructure

Sandeep Reddy

Graduate Engineer
Meil Infrastructure

Consultancy & Testing

The following major consultancy and testing facilities are available in the Department.
  • Testing of cement and concrete,
  • Testing of building and road material,
  • Soil and water quality.
  • Structural design and drawing of Buildings
  • Hydro geological Survey, Geophysical Survey

Milestones of Department

The value additions and the mile stones of the Department since its inception in 2009 is given below.

  • The Department has started with a UG programmed, B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) in the year 2009 with an intake of 60 students.
  • M.Tech. (Structural Engineering) started in 2012 for two shifts with an intake of 24 students each.
  • Intake of B. Tech programmed has increased to 120 in 2013.
  • Computer centre with 30 systems installed in the Department in 2014.
  • The software’s, STAAD Pro and Auto CAD were procured in 2014.
  • Environmental Engineering lab has been modernized in a separate hall with added equipment in 2014.
  • New equipment of cost about 45 lakhs has been added in Surveying, Concrete Technology, Transportation and Geotechnical Engineering laboratories in 2014.
  • Two more ‘Total Stations’ have been procured for Survey lab in 2014.
  • Intake of B.Tech. programme has increased to 180 students in 2014.
  • M.Tech. (Construction Management) started in 2014 with an intake of 24 students.
  • Arc GIS a registered software is added in june 2015
  • Concrete Technology lab is expanded with advanced equipment in april 2016
  • Fluid mechanics lab of CED own is established in july 2016
  • Geotechnical engineering and transportation engineering labs have strengthen with added equipment in a separate halls in july 2016
  • Survey lab established with added equipment in a separate hall in august 2016

Roll of Honors

B. Raviteja

2013
09H61A0105
81 % of marks

R. Bhanusri

2014
10H61A0111
82 % of marks

M. Prem Sai

2015
11H61A0135
84 % of marks

K. pranaya sree

2016
12H61A0132
84 % of marks

Curriculum

The Curriculum for B.Tech programmes under CBCS pattern implemented from the Academic Year 2015 is given below (R-15 Regulations).

I Year I Semester

Code Subject L T/P/D C
A51001 English-I 2 0 2
A51002 Mathematics-I 3 1 3
A51003 Engineering Physics-I 2 1 2
A51004 Programming & Problem Solving 3 1 3
A51005 Applied Chemistry-I 2 1 2
A51006 Engineering Graphics-I 2 3 3
A51007 Engineering Mechanics-I 2 1 2
A51201 Programming & Problem Solving Lab 0 3 2
A51202 English Language Lab 0 3 2
A51203 Engineering Physics & Applied  Chemistry Lab 0 3 2
A51204 Engineering Workshop-I 0 3 2
  Total 16 20 25

I Year II – Semester

Code Subject L T/P/D C
A52001 English-II 2 0 2
A52002 Mathematics-II 3 1 3
A52003 Engineering Physics-II 2 1 2
A52004 Applied Chemistry-II 2 1 2
A52005 Engineering Mechanics-II 2 1 2
A52006 Data Structure 3 1 3
A52007 Engineering Graphics-II 2 3 3
A52201 Communication Skills Lab 0 3 2
A52202 Engineering Physics & Applied  Chemistry-II Lab 0 3 2
A52203 Engineering Workshop-II & IT Work shop 0 3 2
A52204 Data Structure through C Lab 0 3 2
  Total 16 20 25

Industrial Visits

2014-15

Date: 31-07-2014

Visit to Geological Survey of India

Location: Geological Survey of India, Bandlaguda.

Faculty Accompanied: Dr. K. R. C. Reddy, Dr. R. S. N. Sastry, Ms. Y. Srilekha.

Participants: B.Tech III/I Year students of Civil Engineering Department (62 No’s)

Report: The students have visited the GSI, Bandlaguda near Nagole, Hyderabad, to understand the geological aspects of India.

Date: 17-10-2014

VISIT TO WATER AND SEWERAGE TREATMENT PLANTS

Location:

1. Amberpet Sewage Treatment Plant (Amberpet)

2. Meer- Aalam Water Treatment Plant (Bahadurpura)

Faculty Accompanied: Mr. Y. Srinivas, Mr. P.Satyanarayana, Ms. S. Nirisha, Ms. D. Haritha

Participants: B.Tech IV/I Year students of Civil Engineering Department (47 No’s)

Report: The students visited the above sites to understand the water and sewerage treatment plants practically.

Date: 30-10-2014

Visit to Water and Sewerage Treatment Plants

Location: Uppal Sewage Treatment Plant, Uppal

Faculty Accompanied: Dr R S N Sastry, Mr. P.Satyanarayana, Ms. D. Sruthilaya

Participants: B.Tech II/I Year Section-A students of Civil Engineering Department (47 No’s)

Report: The students visited the above site, to understand the sewerage treatment plant practically and to study the environmental impact of untreated water.

Date: 31-10-2014

Visit To Sewerage Treatment Plant

Location: Uppal Sewage Treatment Plant, Uppal

Faculty Accompanied: Dr R S N Sastry, Ms. P. Keerthi, Ms. S. Nirisha

Participants: B.Tech II/I Year Section-B students of Civil Engineering Department (47 No’s)

Report: The students visited the above site, to understand the sewerage treatment plant practically and to study the environmental impact of untreated water.

Contact us

Head of Department

Department of Civil Engineering
Anurag Group of Institutions
Venkatapur, Ghatkesar (Mdl),
Medchal (Dist.)
Hyderabad-500088

Ph. 08415-255309/10/11 Ext. 198
(M) O8331853346,
hodce@cvsr.ac.in

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)
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