About Department

Civil Engineering is the backbone of any nation and directly measures the quality, standard of living, and prosperity of the nation. Traditionally, Civil Engineering, the oldest engineering profession, was concerned with design and construction of new facilities, such as housing, bridges, and highways, water treatment, foundations, and tunnels. Technological innovations and advancements strongly influenced by the aspirations of modern society demand that today’s civil engineer, in addition to focusing on preliminary needs of design and construction, must also analyze the effects of deterioration on infrastructure elements, consider system interdependencies and evaluate life-cycle impacts while also considering environmental and economic sustainability. Therefore it is imperative that civil engineers must equip themselves with in-depth knowledge of traditional, fundamental principles and new technologies in order to address the complex, interdisciplinary problems faced within society. To meet the expectations and fulfill the aspirations of the society and complete several infrastructural projects, a large number of competent civil engineers who are employable and productive from the beginning are required. Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2009 to offer Bachelor of Technology course with the primary objective of filling the gap of demand versus supply of trained and talented civil engineers who are readily employable. The present sanctioned intake is 120.

Vision

To be an epicenter of excellence in education, research and services for the students and to face global challenges, to promote creative environment for developing young entrepreneurs with social-concern.

Mission

Imparting Quality Technical Education to young Engineers by providing the state-of-the-art laboratories and quality instruction by highly qualified and experienced faculty in Civil Engineering programme with global standards and preparing them for competitive examinations in higher education and employment with cognizant professional attitude, research aptitude, life-long learning, entrepreneurial practices, ethical values and social concern.

Salient Features

  • Invest efforts to make the students capable of identifying, formulating and solving civil engineering problems that meet specified performance, cost, time, safety and other quality needs
  • Inculcate professional and ethical responsibility as a culture
  • Proper nurturing of students with primary focus on overall development
  • Organize technical seminars, workshops, and training from time-to- time to keep the students aware of new developments.
  • Visits to ongoing construction sites thus giving them a chance to interact with ground personnel and acquaint with the compelling real time constraints that affect the theoretical decisions.
  • Annual festival to provide a platform to budding civil engineers across the country to create, innovate and learn various aspects of civil engineering through competitions, events, and Symposium
  • Fully equipped and modern laboratories for Strength of Materials, Surveying, Auto CAD, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery, Engineering Geology, Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Concrete and Highway Engineering.
  • Laboratory infrastructure that can be used for conducting advanced research activities
  • A team of dedicated faculty and staff members. The department attracts best talent as faculty members.
  • Self-motivated faculty with experience, ably guided and mentored by Dr. P. Jagannadha Rao, a retired professor and Head – Civil Engineering in JNTU, Kakinada whose combined experience in teaching and research span of half century.
  • Provide testing and consultancy services in the fields of Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental and Waste water Engineering, Concrete Technology, and Transportation Engineering, Strength of materials and Estimation and Surveying work.
  • The department is proud of its alumni who are working in prestigious organizations such as PWD (Irrigation, Roads and Buildings etc.), CPWD, L&T, RV Associates, Software Industries etc. Some of the alumni are successful entrepreneurs in the field of Civil Engineering.
  • Our students have brought laurels to both the department and college by winning prizes at
    national level contests.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Graduates shall have strong foundation in Mathematics, Applied Sciences and Basic Engineering principles which enables them to identify and solve real time problems in the field of Civil Engineering
  • Graduates shall inculcate employability skills, competitiveness, professional creativity to excel in the field of Civil Engineering.
  • Graduates shall inculcate lifelong learning, team work, research orientation, beyond curriculum to formulate sustainable solutions with core technical competence in the emerging trends of Civil Engineering.
  • Graduates shall have proficiency in communication skills, ethical approach, leadership qualities having sense of responsibility to serve the society and to protect the environment.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs):

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • 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.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs):

  • PSO1. To build the students to utilize civil construction techniques and applications for solving real time problems
  • PSO2. To develop the confidence and ability among the students to synthesize data and concepts

Infrastructure

Department of Civil Engineering is located in Ground Floor of Academic Block–II in college premises.

Well qualified and experienced 32 faculties who embraces and focuses in the subject areas of Transportation Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Structural Engineering, Remote Sensing and Highway and Construction Technology. The focal aim is to provide excellence in instruction by encouraging students to prepare to face challenges in the competent environments and to impart technical education to nascent civil engineering students with continuous learning, entrepreneurial practices and ethical values resulting in paramount social status in the community.

In addition to teaching, the faculties are also engaged in ongoing/applied research activities and consultancy works from various agencies. The Department has  membership in various professional bodies like Indian Concrete Institute (ICI), Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) and Builders Association of India (BAI). We have MoU’s to promote excellence in research and academics with Harshith Engineering Associates, Satyavani Projects & Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Demse Builders & Developers and Bhuvaneshwari Construction.

The Department is well-furnished with classrooms, laboratories, library, research centre and other facilities as follows:

  • 7 Classrooms
  • 9 Laboratories
  • 1 Seminar Hall
  • 1 Department Library
  • 4 Tutorial Rooms
  • 2 Drawing Halls
  • 1 Counseling Room

All classrooms are well ventilated with installation of interactive Whiteboards and LCD projectors to deliver lectures through Audio Visual technology to give instruction through well organized notes to make understand with necessary contents.

About 33 Nos. Computers with latest configuration are accessible with Advanced Licensed Softwares like AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, STAAD Pro, and GIS.

Department Laboratories: The Department is well equipped laboratories with advanced equipments and accurate calibration testing, as follows:

  • Surveying Lab
  • Strength of Materials Lab
  • Engineering Geology Lab
  • Computer Aided Civil Engineering Drawing
  • Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab
  • Highway Engineering and Concrete Technology Lab
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  • Environmental Engineering Lab
  • Computer Aided Design Lab

The department has a well furnished and spacious Seminar Hall accommodating 120 seating capacity with all facilities like a projector, audio-visual and amplifiers etc., to timely organize various co-curricular activities such as Webinars, Guest Lectures, Technical Seminars, FDPs, Conferences, Workshops and Cultural events  while inviting renowned academicians and industry experts from various specialized areas to give a practical exposure to equip knowledge and enhance potentialities among the students.

In addition to the College Central Library which is well Stacked with Reference Section, Journal Section, Reading Hall, Digital Library and has unique collection consists of

  • 592 Titles, 4500 Text books
  • Print Journals, National Journals
  • Newspapers
  • DELNET and e-books

The Department Library consists of sufficient number of titles, volumes, journals and reference books.

 Student Activities

Academic Information: Civil engineers in general hold an academic degree in civil engineering through which it emphasizes on fundamental theory and practices keeping in view the current trends with changing scenarios in this field. In addition, students are encouraged to undergo industrial visits with an aim to accomplish practical exposure and innovative ideas to apply in the existing technologies to new applications.

Co-curricular Activities: The department also organizes Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshop / Industrial visits for professional interaction to fill the gap between the academics and industry to understand the role of academic research while aligning the curriculum with industry requirements and emphasizing on skill-based education with more practical and dynamic approach exposure through internships, live projects, and industry interactions.

Spanzor Students Association: A Student Association of Civil Engineering Department was initiated on the auspicious day Sir. Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Birthday (15th September 2014) with the name of SPANORS under which ’Engineers day’ is also celebrated every year.

Extra-curricular Activities

Further, institute has two units of National Service Scheme (NSS) and National Cadet Corps (NCC). It is a voluntary association of students to conduct various social activities such as Awareness Camp, Tree Plantation Programme, Blood Donation Camp, Eye Checkup, International Yoga Day, etc. Besides, the unit offers an opportunity to participate in Mega Skill Development Programme sponsored by Youth Leadership Training Program to enhance their ability to work as a team.

The aim of Butterfly Concept is a distinct feature to work vigorously to create more ‘doers’ with learning experiences and to enrich the student at the center of all activities like Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) Practice, Specific Trainings, Mock Interviews, Value Added Skill Program, Aptitude, Soft Skills and to review of skills with rigorous training in advanced skills, practical applications, curriculum extended projects to culminate into a dream job or being an entrepreneur while pursuing undergraduate. On or Off Campus Placements are conducted to provide suitable career opportunities to the students.

Placements

The college has established a Training and Placement Cell. It helps the students to build a strong career platform in current market scenario and by providing necessary inputs with Butterfly concept for facing the interview and written tests in competitive edge with practical exposure and problem solving ability in real world.

S.No

Description

For queries, contact

1.

Depth of Ground Water Table using Resistivity Meter

Mr. Shaik Saleemmiya
Mobile No.: 9346951282
2.

Water Quality Test

Parameters:

pH, Turbidity, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS),
Total Hardness, Alkalinity, Sulphate, Chloride, Fluoride, Nitrate,
Iron, Heavy metals, Coliform test, Dissolved oxygen, etc.

Mr. E. Chinna
Mobile No.: 9951608568
3.

Non Destructive Test

  • Rebound hammer test
  • Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test (UPV)

Cement Test

  • Finess test
  • Initial and final setting time
  • Compression strength of cement (mortar cube test)

Fine Aggregate (Sand)

  • Bulking of sand
  • Bulk density of sand
  • Sieve Analysis of sand

Coarse Aggregate (Blue metal)

  • Specific gravity
  • Sieve analysis
  • Abrasion test
  • Attrition test
  • Flakiness index and elongation index
  • Impact test

Bituminous Test

  • Penetration Test
  • Ring and Ball Test
  • Ductibility Test
  • Marshall Stability Test

Test on Concrete

  • Compression strength of concrete
  • Flexure test on concrete

Tension test on steel

C.V. Aditya Kumar
Mobile No.: 8309215803
Mr. Shibajee Sutar
Mobile No.: 9476023188
Mrs. D. Vijaya
Mobile No.: 9676685072
4.

Surveying and Drawing

  • Layout Preparation using Total Station machine
  • Detailed survey (locations of building, trees, electric pole, etc.)
    using total station machine and mapping of detailed survey
    using software (AUTOCAD)
  • Setting out of building (Marking of pillars) using Total Station
    machine
  • Plan, elevation of building preparation using software
    (AUTOCAD) as per Vaastu
  • 3D drawing preparation using software (REVIT Architecture)
  • Structural drawing preparation using software (STAAD Pro)
Mr. T. Nagasrinu
Mobile No.: 9912035666
Mr. I. Tejaswi
Mobile No.: 9989615624
Mr. Mohd. Khadeer
Mobile No.: 9441816583
5.

Soil Test

  • Density Test
  • Compaction Test
  • Permeability Test
  • Compression Strength Test
  • CBR Test
  • Direct Shear Test
  • Consolidation Test
  • Swelling Test
  • Grain Size Analysis Test
  • Specific Gravity Test
  • Consistency Limit Test
Mr. B. Sandeep
Mobile No.: 9030037386

STAFF ACHIEVEMENT’S & AWARDS

Name of the Programme

CE

Approved Intake 120
No. of Faculty Members 31

Cadre

Number

Professor 04
Assoc. Professor 04
Asst. Professor 23
Adjunct Professor 01
Faculty Profile

Qualification

No. of Faculty

Ph.D 02
Ph.D (Pursuing) 03
Post Graduate 26
Name   Prof .Y.V. Gopala Krishna Murthy
Designation Professor
Qualification B.E(Civil),M.Tech(Structures)
Professional Exp. 26 Years
Research Interests Bridge Engineering
Registration Number 3581-150410-120734
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Name   Dr. P. Ayub Khan
Designation Professor
Qualification M.Tech(IITM), Ph.D
Professional Exp. 21 Years
Research Interests Civil Engineering
Registration Number 8735-150410-160617
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Name   Dr S ROBERT RAVI
Designation Professor & HOD
Qualification M.E, Ph.D
Professional Exp. 26 Years
Research Interests Retrofitting of Structures
Registration Number 9188-171102-144554
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Name Prof. M. Keshava Reddy
Designation  Professor
Qualification M.Tech(Civil) ,(Ph.D)
Professional Exp. 20 Years
Research Interests Structures
Registration Number 68150406-125221
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Name Dr. SRINIVASAN NAGU PULLA
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification Ph.D
Professional Exp.
Research Interests
Registration Number 4437-201109-165340
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Name K. Siva Prasad
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech(Ph.D)
Professional Exp. 16 Years
Research Interests Water/Waste Water Treatment
Registration Number 7395-150410-131720
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srinivasuluce
Name   Mr. Mannem Sreenivasulu
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 18 Years
Research Interests
  1. Pipe distribution networks
  2. Rain water harvesting
  3. Conjective use of ground water and surface water
  4. Ground Water Exploration
Registration Number 5083-150411-131028
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JAGADEESHBABUce
Name   Mr. Sreerama Jagadeesh Babu
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification M.Tech,(Ph.D)
Professional Exp. 14 Years
Research Interests Geo-Informatics
Registration Number 3840-150410-133732
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Name   Mr.I. Tejaswi
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Research Interests Fiber-reinforced Concrete,
Steel fiber, Glass fiber.
Registration Number 6910-150421-154749
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sruthice
Name   Ms. B Sruthi Sowdamini
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Research Interests Innovations in Concrete Technology
Registration Number 3320-160222-103112
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NAGALAXMIce
Name   Ms. Sanaboina Nagalaxmi
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 3 Years
Research Interests Structures
Registration Number 9798-160219-115401
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vijayace
Name   Ms. D Vijaya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.2  5 Years
Research Interests Concrete technology, Traffic impact assessment,
Quality control and quality assurance,Pavement
analysis and design
Registration Number 4582-160211-120213
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alekyace
Name   Ms. G. Alekhya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Research Interests Design and analysis of Reinforced
Cement Concrete Structure, special concrete
Registration Number 4034-160216-142916
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Khadeerce
Name   Mr. Mohd. Khadeer
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Research Interests Optimization of Structures, Stabilization of Soils,
Advanced Surveying
Registration Number 6545-160211-124141
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Name   Mr.  Shibajee Sutar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 4 Year
Research Interests Design and analysis of Reinforced Cement Concrete Structure,
earthquake resistance design of structure, soil stabilization,
soil structure interaction
Registration Number 8419-161208-115135
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 pbalasubramaniamce
Name   G. Praneeth Babu
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 6 years
Research Interests Optimisation of Concrete
& RCC Designs
Registration Number 0139-170129-012129
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Name   M. Ravi Chandra
Designation Asst Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 3 Years
Research Interests Static & Dynamics analysis of Structures Design &
Analysis of Progressive Collapse Resistant Structures
Registration Number 3017-160528-100507
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Name   Pradeep Raghu
Designation Asst Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.
Research Interests
Registration Number 9184-161022-141234
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Name   Sandeep
Designation Asst Professor
Qualification M.S
Professional Exp. 3 years
Research Interests
  1. Ground Improvement Techniques
  2. Geo- Environmental Engineering
  3. Application of advanced techniques for characterization
    of treated and untreated soils
Registration Number 0429-171010-105840
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Name   Mr.Shaik Saleemmiya
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Sc, (Ph.D)
Professional Exp. 10 Years
Research Interests
  1. Groundwater investigation
  2. Engineering Geology
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Name   Mr. Tadepalli NagaSrinu
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 2 Years
Research Interests Structural Health Monitoring, Geo-Polymer Concrete
and Total Station Surveying.
Registration Number 9642-180820-111353
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Name   Sowmya Narepalem
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 2 years
Research Interests Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Registration Number 6534-180820-113301
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Name   Mr. C VENKATA ADITHYA KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 4 Years
Research Interests Prestressed Concrete Structures
Registration Number 8833-160314-143335
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Name   Mr. MAHADEV SHREEMANTH
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 4 Years
Research Interests REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE
Registration Number 3705-170913-181345
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Name   Mr. BABBURI SAICHARAN
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 3 Years
Research Interests Risk factors in constructions
Registration Number 0199-160219-111852
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Name   Mr.VIJAYAGIRI JAGADEESH
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 5 Years
Research Interests Reinforced concrete structures
Registration Number 7104-170913-163526
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Name   Mr.Bhaskar Singh Bondili
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp. 10 Years
Research Interests Earthquake Engineering, Finite Element Methods
& Materials in Civil Engineering.
Registration Number 1412-150420-125556
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Name   Mr.Etikala Chinna
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.
Research Interests ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES,GROUND WATER
IMPROVEMENT& WASTE MANAGEMENT .
Registration Number 1194-200225-131113
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Name   KAILAS RADHAKRISHNA SARALA
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.
Research Interests  .
Registration Number 8259-201107-115139
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Name   MALLIKARJUN BEJJARAPU
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.
Research Interests  .
Registration Number 3275-150408-175710
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Name   KUMAR PAVAN DUGGI REDDY
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.
Research Interests  .
Registration Number 2988-170201-133208
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Name   SHIVA SHANKAR REDDY GUJJULA
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Professional Exp.
Research Interests  .
Registration Number 9231-201109-144633
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SURVEYING LAB

Surveying is primarily utilised to establish control points, fix the national and state boundaries, chart coastlines, navigable streams and lakes, execute hydrographic and oceanographic charting and mapping, prepare topographic map of land surface of the earth, prepare plan or map of the area surveyed, collect field data, analyse and to calculate the field parameters for setting out operation of actual engineering works.

List of Experiments:

  1. Surveying of an area by chain, and compass survey (closed traverse) and plotting.
  2. Determine of distance between two inaccessible points with compass
  3. Radiation method, intersection methods by plane table survey.
  4. Levelling – Longitudinal and cross-section and plotting
  5. Measurement of Horizontal and vertical angle by theodolite
  6. Trigonometric leveling using theodolite
  7. Height and distances using principles of tachometric surveying
  8. Determination of height, remote elevation, distance between inaccessible points using total station
  9. Determination of Area using total station and drawing map
  10. Traversing using total station for drawing contour map
  11. Stake out using total station
  12. Setting out Curve using total station

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB

Demonstrating the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials, measuring the properties of the materials such as impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness, ductility, etc.

List of Experiments:

  1. Tension test
  2. Bending test on (Steel / Wood) Cantilever beam.
  3. Bending test on simple support beam.
  4. Torsion test
  5. Hardness test
  6. Spring test
  7. Compression test on wood or concrete
  8. Impact test
  9. Shear test
  10. Verification of Maxwell’s Reciprocal theorem on beams.
  11. Use of electrical resistance strain gauges
  12. Continuous beam – deflection test.

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LAB

Understanding and identifying of different types of rocks, behavior, major objectives of geology, development of cracks, fissures in rocks, their causes and remedies quantification of processes such as rock slides and settlement.

List of Experiments:

  1. Study of physical properties of minerals.
  2. Study of different group of minerals.
  3. Study of Crystal and Crystal system.
  4. Identification of minerals: Silica group: Quartz, Amethyst, Opal; Feldspar group: Orthoclase, Plagioclase; Cryptocrystalline group: Jasper; Carbonate group: Calcite; Element group: Graphite; Pyroxene group: Talc; Mica group: Muscovite; Amphibole group: Asbestos, Olivine, Hornblende, Magnetite, Hematite, Corundum, Kyanite, Garnet, Galena, Gypsum.
  5. Identification of rocks (Igneous Petrology): Acidic Igneous rock: Granite and its varieties, Syenite, Rhyolite, Pumice, Obsidian, Scoria, Pegmatite, Volcanic Tuff. Basic rock: Gabbro, Dolerite, Basalt and its varieties, Trachyte.
  6. Identification of rocks (Sedimentary Petrology): Conglomerate, Breccia, Sandstone and its
  7. varieties, Laterite, Limestone and its varieties, Shales and its varieties.
  8. Identification of rocks (Metamorphic Petrolody): Marble, slate, Gneiss and its varieties, Schist and its varieties. Quartzite, Phyllite.
  9. Study of topographical features from Geological maps. Identification of symbols in maps.
  10. Simple structural Geology Problems (Folds, Faults and Unconformities)

COMPUTER AIDED CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING

AutoCAD allows the modelers to create powerful 3d models, wireframes, meshes and surfaces by using various 3D tools and commands, helps the user to develop, modify, and design better infrastructure, deliver scalable and feasible building assignments, supervise production finances, and foresee project results.

List of Experiments:

  1. Introduction to computer aided drafting and different coordinate system
  2. Drawing of Regular shapes using Editor mode
  3. Introduction GUI and drawing of regular shapes using GUI
  4. Exercise on Draw tools
  5. Exercise on Modify tools
  6. Exercise on other tools (Layers, dimensions, texting etc.)
  7. Drawing of building components like walls, lintels, Doors, and Windows. using CAD software
  8. Drawing a plan of Building and dimensioning
  9. Drawing a plan of a residential building using layers
  10. Developing a 3-D plan from a given 2-D plan
  11. Developing sections and elevations for given
    1. Single storied buildings
    2. multi storied buildings
  12. Auto CAD applications in surveying, mechanics etc.

HYDRAULICS and HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LAB

To study the fundamentals and applied aspects of fluid mechanics and hydraulic machines which are used for calibration of flow measuring devices in channels and pipes and losses in pipes by major and minor loss apparatus, measurements of critical performance parameters like efficiency, flow rate of various hydraulic machines such as turbines, pumps are also measured in this lab.

List of Experiments:

  1. Verification of Bernoulli’s equation
  2. Determination of Coefficient of discharge for a small orifice by a constant head method
  3. Calibration of Venturimeter / Orifice Meter
  4. Calibration of Triangular / Rectangular/Trapezoidal Notch
  5. Determination of Minor losses in pipe flow
  6. Determination of Friction factor of a pipe line
  7. Determination of Energy loss in Hydraulic jump
  8. Determination of Manning’s and Chezy’s constants for Open channel flow.
  9. Impact of jet on vanes
  10. Performance Characteristics of Pelton wheel turbine
  11. Performance Characteristics of Francis turbine
  12. Performance characteristics of Keplan Turbine
  13. Performance Characteristics of a single stage / multi stage Centrifugal Pump

HIGHWAY ENGINEERING AND CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LAB

To conduct collaborative research on standardized tests, to assess quality of highway materials, pavement evaluation and traffic engineering studies by preparing road improvement plans to enhance road safety.

List of Experiments:

Test on Cement

  1. Normal Consistency and fineness of cement.
  2. Initial setting time and final setting time of cement.
  3. Specific gravity of cement
  4. Soundness of cement
  5. Compressive strength of cement
  6. Workability test on concrete by compaction factor, slump and Vee-bee.

Test on Aggregates (Coarse and Fine)

  1. Specific gravity (Pycnometer and wire basket), water absorption
  2. Shape (Flakiness and elongation indices)
  3. Impact and abrasion value tests
  4. Crushing resistance and durability tests
  5. Sieve Analysis and gradation charts (Job mix formula using Rothfuch’s charts)
  6. Bulking of sand, Bulk and compact densities of fine and coarse aggregates

Test on Fresh Concrete

  1. Slump test
  2. CF (compact factor stress)
  3. Vee-bee Test
  4. Flow Table Test

Test on hardened Concrete

  1. Compression test on cubes and Cylinders
  2. Flexure test
  3. Split Tension Test
  4. Modulus of Elasticity

Tests on Bitumen and Bituminous Concrete

  1. Penetration, softening point and spot test
  2. Ductility, Elastic recovery and viscosity
  3. Flash and fire points and specific gravity
  4. Marshall’s Stability (sample preparation and testing for stability and flow values)

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB

To identify the engineering behavior like physical, chemical and geotechnical properties of geomaterials and design the type of foundations, earthworks such as dams, embankments, tunnels, reservoirs, pavement sub grades, and specialized applications like waste containment systems.

List of Experiments:

  1. Atterberg Limits (Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit, and shrinkage limit)
  2. a) Field density by core cutter method and b) Field density by sand replacement method
  3. Determination of Specific gravity of soil Grain size distribution by sieve analysis
  4. Permeability of soil by constant and variable head test methods
  5. Standard Proctor’s Compaction Test
  6. Determination of Coefficient of consolidation (square root time fitting method)
  7. Unconfined compression test
  8. Direct shear test
  9. Vane shear test
  10. Differential free swell index (DFSI) test

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB

For research on water and wastewater quality tests required to assess the portability of drinking water available, quality of waste water and its pollution strength.

List of Experiments:

  1. Determination of pH
  2. Determination of Electrical Conductivity
  3. Determination of Total Solids (Organic and inorganic)
  4. Determination of Acidity
  5. Determination of Alkalinity
  6. Determination of Hardness (Total, Calcium and Magnesium Hardness)
  7. Determination of Chlorides
  8. Determination of optimum coagulant Dosage
  9. Determination of Dissolved Oxygen (Winkler Method)
  10. Determination of COD
  11. Determination of BOD/DO
  12. Determination of Residual Chlorine
  13. Total count No

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN LAB

STAAD Pro is a structural design oriented program used for modelling, designing and analyzing various structures and structural configurations which is broadly utilized as a part of the structural analysis and designing structures – towers, buildings, bridges, transportation facilities, utility and industrial structures. It is extremely useful for buildings and other such structures insignificant of their uses varying from residential to commercial to hospitals to offices.

List of Experiments:

  1. Analysis and Design determinate structures using a software
  2. Analysis and Design of fixed and continuous beams using a software
  3. Analysis and Design of Plane Frames
  4. Analysis and Design of space frames subjected to DL and LL
  5. Analysis and Design of residential building subjected to all loads (DL,LL,WL,EQL)
  6. Analysis and Design of Roof Trusses
  7. Design and detailing of built up steel beam
  8. Developing a design programme for foundation using EXCEL Spread Sheet
  9. Detailing of RCC beam and RCC slab
  10. Detailing of Steel built up compression member

ROLL OF HONOUR

 

S.No.

Batch

Hall Ticket Number

Name

1

2016-2020

16AG1A0136

PEDDI SHIVA TEJASWI

2

2015-2019

15AG1A0163

ANUGU MEGHANA

3

2014-2018

14AG1A0112

G. ANITHA REDDY

4

2013-2017

13AG1A0116

BHAVANIPURAPU VAISHNAVI

5

2012-2016

13AG5A0106

NUTHANAKANTI MOUNIKA

6

2011-2015

11AG1A0117

GARLAPTI HARI NAGA SHARANYA

7

2010-2014

10AG1A0160

VOORE RAKESH

8

2009-2013

09AG1A0111

DENDUKURI VIJAYA

Guest Lecture

Sl.No.

        Event

Nature of event

Date

Resource Person(s)

        Students

1

A guest lecture on techniques and methodologies used in metro rail stations.

Guest lecture

15/09/2018

Er. H.S.P. Shukla Project Director L&T Metro Hyderabad

III/IV

2

Industrial waste in Highway Construction

Guest Lecture

15/03/2019

Dr. Seshadri Sekhar Tirumala

II,III,IV

3

High Rise Buildings

 Guest Lecture

23.01.2018

Mr. B. L. P. Swamy

III & IV year

 

 4

Self Compacting concrete

Guest Lecture

31.01.2018

Mr. T.V. Rao

III & IV year

 

5

Water resources engineering

Guest Lecture

5.08.2017

M.Shankar

III & IV year

 

6

Retrofitting of Solid Waste Based RC Beams using CFRP Laminates

  Guest lecture

24.10.2016

1.Dr.C.Sivanesan

2. Dr.S.Mariraj Mohan

II, III & IV year

7

Analyzing the Factors Affecting the Labour Productivity – A Pilot Survey

Guest lecture

24.10.2016

1.Dr.C.Sivanesan

2. Dr.S.Mariraj Mohan

II, III & IV year

8

A Pilot Study on Construction Waste Management using RII

Guest lecture

25.10.2016

1.Dr.C.Sivanesan

2. Dr.S.Mariraj Mohan

II, III & IV year

9

Accident Zone Analysis of Coimbatore Region using GIS

Guest lecture

25.10.2016

1.Dr.C.Sivanesan

2. Dr.S.Mariraj Mohan

II, III & IV year

10

Suitability Analysis Decision Support System For Solid Waste Disposal Sites In And Around Hyderabad Using Remote SENSING, GIS, GPS and field studies

Guest lecture

06.03.2017

Dr. K. Santosh Kumar

 III & IV year

11

Geopolymer concrete

Guest lecture

27.10.2016

Er. Ramlal

III & IV year

       12

Advance Concrete Technology

Guest Lecture

26.05.2016

Dr. Surya Prakash

III & IV year

      13

An Experimental Investigation on Waste Plastic Aggregate in Concrete

Guest Lecture

06.09.2015

Dr. T. Senthil Vadivel

II, III & IV year

 14

A Feasibility Study on Life Cycle Assessment of Construction Materials – A State-of – Art

Guest Lecture

03.12.2015

&

04.12.2015

Dr.S.B.Anadinni

II, III & IV year

15

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraullic Machinery

Guest Lecture

11.02.2016

Mr.M. Sreenivasulu

II, III & IV year

16

Advance Concrete Technology

Guest Lecture

19.03.2016

Er. Swamy

II, III & IV year

Workshop

Sl.No.

        Event

Nature of event

Date

Resource Person(s)

        Students

      1

Innovative materials in Concrete technology

Workshop

12.09.2017

Er. T.V. Rao

III & IV year

      2

Structural Analysis and design using STADD.pro and SAP softwares

Workshop

20.06.2017 – 24.06.2017

Mr. Ch. Srinivasa Rao

III & IV year

      3

Water Resources system modeling using HEC-RAS software

Workshop

01.05.2017 – 06.05.2017

Dr. C.S.V.S. Kumar

III & IV year

 

 

 4

Software Applications in Civil Engineering Beyond Curriculum

Workshop

26.02.2018-

28.02.2018

Various resource Persons from Cadd Center

III & IV year

 

        5

Finite element applications in Engineering

Workshop

10.3.2017 – 12.3.2017

1.Dr.T.P.Tezeswi

2. Dr.D.Ravi Prasad

III & IV year

        6

Advanced Software Applications in Civil Engineering

Workshop

18.08.2016 – 22.08.2016

1. Mr.Senthilnathan,

2. Mr.Santosh Kumar

III & IV year

        7

Reappraisal of optimum lime content determination for lime stabilization of fine grained soils

Workshop

8.11.2016

– 11.11.2016

1.Dr.Dimiter Alexiew

2.Dr.K.Balan

3. Dr.D.T.Bergado

III & IV year

8

Emerging Technologies in Building Construction

Workshop

10.9.2016

Er. P. Surya Prakash

II,III & IV year

9

Interior Designing

Workshop

01.08.2016

Mr. Jaya Shanker

II,III & IV year

       10

Innovation in Structural Engineering

Workshop

14.12.2015 to 16.12.2015

Dr. Surya Prakash

II, III & IV year

      11

Governance and Quality Systems in Higher Education – CII Conclave

Workshop

18.11.2015

&

19.11.2015

Mr. Shaikh Qamaraddin

 

III & IV year

12

Design of Pipe Network using EPANET

Workshop

07.08.2015

Dr.C.S.V.S. Kumar

III & IV year

13

Geometric design of Highways using MX- ROAD

Workshop

19.07.2015

Dr. S Krishna Rao

III & IV year

S.No

Designation Head

Name of the Person

Details of the person

1.    

Head of the Department

Dr. Robert ravi

Professor & HOD

2.    

Senior Faculty

Members

Dr. Srinivasan Nagu Pulla

Professor

Dr. M. Sridevi

Assistant Professor

Mr. S. Jagadeesh Babu

Assistant Professor

Mr. M. Sreenivasulu

Assistant Professor

Mr. Shaik Saleemmiya

Assistant Professor

3.    

Project coordinator

Mr.Md.khadeer

Assistant Professor

4.    

Students

Ms. Shravika A.

IV Civil

Mr. Padakandla Venkata Krishna Sreekar

IV Civil

Mr. Chamakura Srikanth

IV Civil

Mr. Cheruvu Shruthi

IV Civil

5.    

Parents

Mr. Srinivasulu .A V.

Junior Engineer, SCR Secunderabad

Mr. K. Nagi Reddy

Sr. Engineer, AMR India Ltd. Kamalapuri Colony, Hyderabad

6.    

Alumni

Mr. B. Sriram

M/s. Sri Balaji Nirman, Bandlaguda, Thattiraram, Near Nagole, Hyderabad

Mr. Mohd. Nadeemuudin

M/s. Unique India Construction Raj Bhavan Road, Hyderabad.

7.    

Professional Bodies Member

Dr. P. Laxminarayana

Professor, OU College of Engineering, Hyderabad.

Dr. K. Phani Raj

Surveyor, Survey of India, Hyderabad.

      8.                 

Employers

Mr. S. Rajasekhar

 

Assistant Executive Engineer Mission Bhagiratha Telangana

Mr. Devarakonda Bhagavan

Director Devarakonda Constructions Pvt. Ltd., Moula-ali, Hyderabad,

ACEEC Alumni Association was founded on 3rd August 2013. Here we aim at connecting alumni, giving them a platform to interact and regroup. Developing and maintaining a strong alumni association programme is essential for the growth and progress of an institution. In order to maintain the strong network established over the years, we request all the alumnus to keep their profiles updated at all times.Department conducts regular alumni interaction session for the students focusig on the career opportunities and work culture in the industry.Department conducts regular alumni interaction session for the students focusig on the career opportunities and work culture in the industry.

II YEAR Material

III YEAR Material

Concrete Technology

DRDS

Fundamental of Management

Non Conventional Power Generation

Water Resource Engineering

Air Pollution & Control

Design of Steel Structures

Environmental Engineering

Soil Mechanics

IV YEAR Material

Estimation & Costing

Rehabilitation & Retrofitting of structure

 

Transportation Engineering

Prestressed Concrete Structure

Construction Management

Repair and Rehabilitation of Structures

Subject Wise List of NPTEL Links

Fluid Mechanics

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/103/105103192/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101082/
  3. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/103/105103096/
  4. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/103/105103095/

Geotechnical Engineering & Foundation Engineering

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105176/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105168/
  3. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101083/
  4. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101084/
  5. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/103/105103097/

Design of Steel Structure

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105162/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/106/105106112/

Structure Analysis – I

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105166/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101085/

Strength of Materials

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/104/105104160/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/106/105106116/
  3. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105108/

 

Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101160/

Advanced Foundation Engineering

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/108/105108069/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105039/

Concrete Technology

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/102/105102012/

Ground Improvement Techniques

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/108/105108075/

Advanced Structure Analysis

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/106/105106050/

Structure Analysis – II

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101086/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105109/

Transportation Engineering – I

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101087/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105107/

Surveying

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/107/105107122/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/104/105104101/
  3. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/107/105107157/
  4. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/104/105104100/

Pre Stressed Concrete

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/106/105106117/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/106/105106118/

Design of Reinforced Concrete Structure

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105104/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105105/

Engineering Geology

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105106/

Water Resource Engineering

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/105/105105110/

Construction Planning and Management

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/103/105103093/

Remote Sensing and GIS

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/103/105103193/
  2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/107/105107157/
  3. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/108/105108077/
  4. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/102/105102015/
  5. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/104/105104100/

Watershed Management

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101010/

Traffic Engineering

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/101/105101008/

Transportation Engineering – II

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/107/105107123/

Air Pollution Control

  1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/102/105102089/

2. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/105/104/105104099/

DEC 2019 (R16)

DEC 2018 (R16)

MAY 2018 (R15)

MAY 2018 (R13)

DEC 2017 (R15)

DEC 2016 (R13)

MAR 2016 (R13)

DEC 2015 (R13)

S.No

Date

Programme

Resource Person

Students Present

1.    

31-01-2020

Guest Lecture on Awareness Programme on Higher Education Opportunities

Resource person from Global Education Forum

B.Tech III Year students

2.    

29-08-2019

Career Guidance Programme

Mr. K.V.V. Siva Prasad Manager, Conduria Online

B.Tech II & III Year students

3.    

27-07-2019

One Day Workshop on Speed and Safety Measures in Construction Projects

Resource person from Institution of Engineers Campus Khairtabad, Hyderabad

B.Tech IV Year students

4.    

08-03-2018

One day Workshop on Student Empowerment Programme on “Skill Development for Civil Engineering Student”

Dr. K.R. Ramana Director (PG), National Academy Construction (NAC), Hyderabad

B.Tech II,III & IV Year students

5.    

12-01-2018

National Youth Day Celebrations

Resource persons from Rama Krishna Mutt, Hyderabad

B.Tech I,II,III Year students

6.    

12-09-2017

Seminar on Innovative Materials in Concrete Technology

Er. T.V. Rao Executive Engineer AP Transco, Hyderabad.

B.Tech III & IV Year students

7.    

21-06-2017

International Yoga Day Celebrations

Sri K. Venkat Reddy, Zonal Chief,  Bharatiya Yoga Sansthan

B. Tech First Year students

8.    

20-01-2017

Lecture on National Building through Personality Development

Dr. KVSG Murali Krishna Principal, JNTU, Narasaraopet

B. Tech First Year students

9.    

11-01-2017

An Introductory session to a Comprehensive Career Orientation & Personality Development Program

Resource persons from ARIES HR Solutions

B. Tech First Year students

10.    

06-01-2017

Guest Lecture on Present Society – Students Role

Sri. Bobbili Bangaraiah

B. Tech First Year students

11.    

13-10-2016

Significance of National News Paper “The Hindu” in day to day life

ACE Engineering College Ghatkesar, Hyderabad

B.Tech I & II Year students

12.    

14-09-2016

Guest Lecture on Emerging Technologies in Building Construction

Er. P. Surya Prakash Managing Director Satyavani Consultancy Hyderabad.

B.Tech II,III & IV Year students

13.    

06-08-2016

Workshop on Interior Designing

Mr. Jaya shanker, Hamstech, Hyderabad.

B.Tech III & IV Year students

14.    

21-06-2016

International Yoga Day Celebrations

Dr.A. Buchaiah from Vivenkanada Mutt

B. Tech First Year students

Professional Body

Type of Membership

Logo

Indian Concrete Institute (ICI)    

Membership No. 12367

Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)   

Membership No. IGBCIST190311

    Builders Association of India (BAI)

Membership No. 466