civil

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Course Duration: 4 Years | Semesters: 8 |

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)

  • Graduates will be able to plan, analyze and design civil engineering structures by utilizing natural resources effectively.
  • Graduates will be able to apply their civil engineering knowledge in the new age construction methods and techniques to solve real-life problems.
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. Nagaraj N Instructor
2 Mr. Keshava Murthy B Instructor
3 Mrs. Mahegajiya Gouse Syed Instructor
4 Mr. Fathe Md Siddique Shaikh Instructor
5 Mr. Chethan B M Instructor
6 Mr. Rama Krishna G Helper
7 Mr. Shivkumar V G Helper
8 Mr. Santosh S * Helper
9 Jademma V * Helper
10 Geerla Akhila * Helper
11 Renuka B * Helper

Civil Engineering is an old age branch of engineering that originated from the day Civilization has started. Civil engineering is an exciting profession because at the end of the day you can see the results of your work, whether this is a completed bridge, a high-rise building, a subway station, or a hydroelectric dam.
The main objectives are to utilize the available natural resources effectively to develop the nation from different perspectives so as to satisfy the needs of modern civilization and to compete with global challenges.
Civil engineering has expanded from huts made-up of mud to the Taj Mahal. As civilization matured it simultaneously led to the development of Bigger, Better and Diverse Structures. From Cave Dwellings, human beings have moved on to construct houses, Palaces, Canals, Dams, Highways, and stadiums. This Civilian Structures played a significant role in the development of the human race and gave various dimensions to human life.
The built environment encompasses much of what defines modern civilization. Buildings and bridges are often the first constructions that come to mind, as they are the most conspicuous creations of structural engineering; civil engineering's major sub-disciplines are Roads, Railways, Subway systems, and Airports, etc. Every time you open a water faucet, you expect water to come out, without thinking that civil engineers made it possible. New York City has one of the world’s most impressive water supply systems, receiving billions of gallons of high-quality water from the Catskills over one hundred miles away. Similarly, not many people seem to worry about what happens to the water after it has served its purposes, but a Civil Engineer will find different ways to utilize it further.
In India things are looking up in the infrastructural sector. There is also great employment opportunity for civil engineers in Public & Private Sectors both at National and International Levels. Civil Engineers can also be self-employed through Consultancies and Constructional activities. Hence there is a wide scope for Civil Engineers.

The Department has grown tremendously over the years and is now recognized as one of the major engineering departments in the country.
The department has developed strong links with the building and construction industry and academic and research, both within and outside the country.

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Dr. S.Mahabaleshwara
Prof. & HOD
The Civil Engineering is a broad field of engineering which involves planning, construction maintenance and management of fixed structures or public works as they are related to earth, water or civilization and their processes.
The Civil Engineering deals with the construction and maintenance of buildings, bridges, roads, railways, structures, water supply & sewer, Irrigation, power & environment. Students will learn about flood control, Alternate Building materials, Green buildings, structural health monitoring, Transportation engineering, etc. It also teaches safety and fire practices in projects.
The Civil Engineering Department of BITM aims at developing analytical and experimental skills in students to apply in various fields of Civil Engineering using National and International codes. The department also provides an opportunity for students in improving supervision, communication and presentation skills, knowledge of software like Auto CAD, etc. Student visits live projects to gain practical knowledge and understanding of field constraints.
The Civil Department has well-qualified teaching faculties with industrial experience who are enthusiastic in imparting quality teaching to the students. The emphasis is laid on the proper understanding of the fundamentals of the subjects through animation, video clips, and case studies. It has well-equipped laboratories, computational facilities; modern classrooms and provides a good environment for learning. Many senior faculty members are also engaged in research and consultancy projects which benefit the students for active learning. The department also has its own library housing a good number of quality reference books for the benefit of staff and students. The Civil Department is also keen in Water Conservation and improving the efficiency of dams.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s):

  • To develop graduates with strong knowledge of civil engineering to excel in their professional careers.
  • To acquire necessary skills with leadership qualities, ethics, and values that meet the needs of industry and society.
  • To engage in lifelong learning for professional enrichment and carrier advancement

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Program Outcomes (PO’s):

Graduates Attributes (GAs) form a set of individually assessable outcomes that are the components indicative of the graduate’s potential to acquire competence to practice at the appropriate level. The GAs are exemplars of the attributes expected of a graduate of an accredited programme.The Graduate Attributes of the NBA are as following:

 

  1.  Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet t h e specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems:
  • The problems cannot be solved by straightforward application of knowledge, theories, and techniques applicable to the engineering discipline. *
  • That may not have a unique solution. For example, a design problem can be solved in many ways and lead to multiple possible solutions.
  • That requires consideration of appropriate constraints/requirements not explicitly given in the problem statement. (like cost, power requirement, durability, product life, etc.).
  • Which need to be defined (modeled) within an appropriate mathematical framework
  • That often requires the use of modern computational concepts and tools.#
  1.  Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  2.  The engineer and society: Apply to reason informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  3. 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.
  4. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  5. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  6. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with t h e 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.
  7. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of t h e 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.
  8. 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. The POs formulated for each program by the institute must be consistent with the NBA’s Graduate Attributes. The POs must foster the attainment of the PEOs.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

S.NO Name of the Laboratory Lab / Major Equipments Building Name
1 BUILDING MATERIAL TESTING LAB UTM, Rockwell hardness , vicker's hardness, brinell's hardness tester, impact testing, torsion testing DR. RAJGOPAL BLOCK
2 CADD LAB 30 Computers CIVIL BLOCK
3 GEOLOGY LAB Rock specimens, Minerial specimens, hardness box CIVIL BLOCK
4 GT LAB SIEVE SHAKER, SIEVES, LIQUID LIMIT CONE PENETROMETER, Compaction Mould, Unconfined Apparatus, CBR ap CIVIL BLOCK
5 H&HM LAB Collecting tank, venturimetre, verical orfice, venturiflume, orifice meter,broad crester weir, notch CIVIL BLOCK
6 SURVEYING LAB Total stations and accessories, theodolite and accessories, chain and tape accessories, dumpy level CIVIL BLOCK
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Dr. Mahabaleshwara H Professor & HOD
2 Dr. T H Patel Professor
3 Mr. Basavaraj B Assistant Professor
4 Mr. Md. Khalid S Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Ravichandra H Assistant Professor
6 Mr. Sagar N S Assistant Professor
7 Mr. Girish Yavagal Assistant Professor
8 Mr. Anil Kumar H M Assistant Professor
9 Mr. Shiva Kumar K Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Syed Sadath Ali Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Vinay Kumar Hunagund Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Ravi Teja U Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Kishore Kumar Reddy S Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Md. Abdul Manan Rabbani Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Tanu H M Assistant Professor
16 Ms. Nirmala M V Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Jayarama Settty K Assistant Professor
18 Ms. Chaitra H Assistant Professor
19 Mr. Narayanappa Assistant Professor
20 Mr. Mohammed Haseebulla M Assistant Professor
21 Ms. Brunda A Assistant Professor
22 Mr. Sharanabasava V Patil Assistant Professor
23 Ms. Preeti Jambagi Assistant Professor
24 Mr. Ambareesh V Assistant Professor
25 Mr. Yella Reddy Y Assistant Professor
26 Mr. Manjunatha Swamy M A Assistant Professor
27 Mr. Srinivas Pujari Assistant Professor
List of Journal Paper Publications
S.NO Name of the Faculty Title of the paper Details of Publications
1 Mahesh Sajjan A Study on Fiber Reinforced High Performance Concrete Using Multiple Mineral Admixtures. Published in IJRET journal, Volume 4, Issue 10, October 2015.
2 Mahesh Sajjan Experimental Investigation on Strength Characteristics of Composite Fiber High Performance Concrete with Combination of Three Mineral Admixtures. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2016.
3 Md Khalid S Strength Characteristics of Multi-Fiber Reinforced Concrete With Mineral admixtures. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
4 Mahesh Sajjan Strength Characteristics of Multi-Fiber Reinforced Concrete With Mineral admixtures. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
5 Ravichandra Honnalli A Comparative Study of Conventional RC Girder Bridge and Integral Bridge. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
6 Basavaraj B Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
7 Praveen Ashok M Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
8 Sagar N S Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
9 Ravichandra Honnalli Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
10 Shwetha K C Extraction of Crude Oil by Using Different Types of Plastic Waste Published in IJOER journal, Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2017.
11 B. Basavaraj Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
12 Praveen Ashok M Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
13 Ravichandra Honnalli Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
14 Sagar N S Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
15 Shwetha K C Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
16 Shwetha K C Removal of Arsenic from Aqueous Solution using Both Fly Ash and Bottom Ash as Adsorbents by Column Studies. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue7, July 2017.
17 M V Nirmala Experimental and Analytical Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams with Opening using Foundry Sand. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2017.
18 Kasheebai Byakod Application of Swat Model for Generating Surface Runoff and Estimation of Water Availability for Balehonnuru Catchment Area for Badhra River Basin. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2017.
19 Chaitra H Removal of Total Suspended Solids and Turbidity By Actiflo Process Using Micro-sand. Published in IJRET journal, Volume 6, Issue 8, August 2017.
20 Deepa Hiremath Sustainable Water Management by Conjunctive use of Ground and Surface Water of the Left Bank Canal of Ghataprabha Command. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue 9, September 2017.
21 Chaitra H Study on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Banana Fiber on Pressed Laterite Soil Brick Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018.
22 Nirmala M V Study on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Banana Fiber on Pressed Laterite Soil Brick Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018.
23 Tanu H M Study on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Banana Fiber on Pressed Laterite Soil Brick Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018.
24 Anilkumar H M Strength Characteristics of Geo-Polymer Concrete Containing Fibers and Rubber For Pavements Published in International journal of advanced research trends in engineering and technology, January 2018.
26 Anilkumar H M A Study on Using Recycled Tyre Rubber as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete. Published in International journal of Emerging Research in Management and Technology. January 2018.
27 Nirmala M V Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Replacement of Coal Bottom Ash for fine Aggregate. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2018.
28 Tanu H M Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Replacement of Coal Bottom Ash for fine Aggregate. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2018.
29 Md Khalid S Improvement of California Bearing Ratio Values of Soil by Addition of Quarry Dust and Plastic Strips. Published in IJIRSET Journal, Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2018.
30 Ravichandra  Honnalli Improvement of California Bearing Ratio Values of Soil by Addition of Quarry Dust and Plastic Strips. Published in IJIRSET Journal, Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2018.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

To be an outstanding center for teaching, learning and research to meet societal needs.


Mission:

  • M1: To Impart Quality Education Through Innovative Teaching & Learning Process.
  • M2: To Enhance Industry Institute Interaction & Research for sustainable development.
  • M3: To develop professionals with leadership qualities, ethics & values.
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1 1st Year Civil N/A
2 2nd Year Civil Click Here
3 3rd Year Civil Click Here
4 4th Year Civil Click Here

Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. Nagaraj N Instructor
2 Mr. Keshava Murthy B Instructor
3 Mrs. Mahegajiya Gouse Syed Instructor
4 Mr. Fathe Md Siddique Shaikh Instructor
5 Mr. Chethan B M Instructor
6 Mr. Rama Krishna G Helper
7 Mr. Shivkumar V G Helper
8 Mr. Santosh S * Helper
9 Jademma V * Helper
10 Geerla Akhila * Helper
11 Renuka B * Helper

Civil Engineering is an old age branch of engineering that originated from the day Civilization has started. Civil engineering is an exciting profession because at the end of the day you can see the results of your work, whether this is a completed bridge, a high-rise building, a subway station, or a hydroelectric dam.
The main objectives are to utilize the available natural resources effectively to develop the nation from different perspectives so as to satisfy the needs of modern civilization and to compete with global challenges.
Civil engineering has expanded from huts made-up of mud to the Taj Mahal. As civilization matured it simultaneously led to the development of Bigger, Better and Diverse Structures. From Cave Dwellings, human beings have moved on to construct houses, Palaces, Canals, Dams, Highways, and stadiums. This Civilian Structures played a significant role in the development of the human race and gave various dimensions to human life.
The built environment encompasses much of what defines modern civilization. Buildings and bridges are often the first constructions that come to mind, as they are the most conspicuous creations of structural engineering; civil engineering's major sub-disciplines are Roads, Railways, Subway systems, and Airports, etc. Every time you open a water faucet, you expect water to come out, without thinking that civil engineers made it possible. New York City has one of the world’s most impressive water supply systems, receiving billions of gallons of high-quality water from the Catskills over one hundred miles away. Similarly, not many people seem to worry about what happens to the water after it has served its purposes, but a Civil Engineer will find different ways to utilize it further.
In India things are looking up in the infrastructural sector. There is also great employment opportunity for civil engineers in Public & Private Sectors both at National and International Levels. Civil Engineers can also be self-employed through Consultancies and Constructional activities. Hence there is a wide scope for Civil Engineers.

The Department has grown tremendously over the years and is now recognized as one of the major engineering departments in the country.
The department has developed strong links with the building and construction industry and academic and research, both within and outside the country.

maha
Dr. S.Mahabaleshwara
Prof. & HOD
The Civil Engineering is a broad field of engineering which involves planning, construction maintenance and management of fixed structures or public works as they are related to earth, water or civilization and their processes.
The Civil Engineering deals with the construction and maintenance of buildings, bridges, roads, railways, structures, water supply & sewer, Irrigation, power & environment. Students will learn about flood control, Alternate Building materials, Green buildings, structural health monitoring, Transportation engineering, etc. It also teaches safety and fire practices in projects.
The Civil Engineering Department of BITM aims at developing analytical and experimental skills in students to apply in various fields of Civil Engineering using National and International codes. The department also provides an opportunity for students in improving supervision, communication and presentation skills, knowledge of software like Auto CAD, etc. Student visits live projects to gain practical knowledge and understanding of field constraints.
The Civil Department has well-qualified teaching faculties with industrial experience who are enthusiastic in imparting quality teaching to the students. The emphasis is laid on the proper understanding of the fundamentals of the subjects through animation, video clips, and case studies. It has well-equipped laboratories, computational facilities; modern classrooms and provides a good environment for learning. Many senior faculty members are also engaged in research and consultancy projects which benefit the students for active learning. The department also has its own library housing a good number of quality reference books for the benefit of staff and students. The Civil Department is also keen in Water Conservation and improving the efficiency of dams.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s):
1. Graduates would be able to work collaborate on multidisciplinary projects and make them self engage in the lifelong learning process through their professional life.
2. Graduates would able to engage themselves in higher education, research-oriented program.
3. Will be able to excel in their professional career by acquiring functional, analytical, procedural software application and creative knowledge in the civil engineering field to have sustainable development as an entrepreneur.
Program Specific Outcomes (POS’s):
1. The graduates will have the ability to plan to analyze, design, execute and maintain cost-effective civil engineer structures without overexploitation of the natural resources.
2. A student would able to design various types of foundation, by identifying different types of soil through geotechnical investigation.
3. Students would be able to identifying & solving environmental & hydraulics related problems.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

S.NO Name of the Laboratory Lab / Major Equipments Building Name
1 BUILDING MATERIAL TESTING LAB UTM, Rockwell hardness , vicker's hardness, brinell's hardness tester, impact testing, torsion testing DR. RAJGOPAL BLOCK
2 CADD LAB 30 Computers CIVIL BLOCK
3 GEOLOGY LAB Rock specimens, Minerial specimens, hardness box CIVIL BLOCK
4 GT LAB SIEVE SHAKER, SIEVES, LIQUID LIMIT CONE PENETROMETER, Compaction Mould, Unconfined Apparatus, CBR ap CIVIL BLOCK
5 H&HM LAB Collecting tank, venturimetre, verical orfice, venturiflume, orifice meter,broad crester weir, notch CIVIL BLOCK
6 SURVEYING LAB Total stations and accessories, theodolite and accessories, chain and tape accessories, dumpy level CIVIL BLOCK
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Dr. Mahabaleshwara H Professor & HOD
2 Dr. T H Patel Professor
3 Mr. Basavaraj B Assistant Professor
4 Mr. Md. Khalid S Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Ravichandra H Assistant Professor
6 Mr. Sagar N S Assistant Professor
7 Mr. Girish Yavagal Assistant Professor
8 Mr. Anil Kumar H M Assistant Professor
9 Mr. Shiva Kumar K Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Syed Sadath Ali Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Vinay Kumar Hunagund Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Ravi Teja U Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Kishore Kumar Reddy S Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Md. Abdul Manan Rabbani Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Tanu H M Assistant Professor
16 Ms. Nirmala M V Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Jayarama Settty K Assistant Professor
18 Ms. Chaitra H Assistant Professor
19 Mr. Narayanappa Assistant Professor
20 Mr. Mohammed Haseebulla M Assistant Professor
21 Ms. Brunda A Assistant Professor
22 Mr. Sharanabasava V Patil Assistant Professor
23 Ms. Preeti Jambagi Assistant Professor
24 Mr. Ambareesh V Assistant Professor
25 Mr. Yella Reddy Y Assistant Professor
26 Mr. Manjunatha Swamy M A Assistant Professor
27 Mr. Srinivas Pujari Assistant Professor
List of Journal Paper Publications
S.NO Name of the Faculty Title of the paper Details of Publications
1 Mahesh Sajjan A Study on Fiber Reinforced High Performance Concrete Using Multiple Mineral Admixtures. Published in IJRET journal, Volume 4, Issue 10, October 2015.
2 Mahesh Sajjan Experimental Investigation on Strength Characteristics of Composite Fiber High Performance Concrete with Combination of Three Mineral Admixtures. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2016.
3 Md Khalid S Strength Characteristics of Multi-Fiber Reinforced Concrete With Mineral admixtures. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
4 Mahesh Sajjan Strength Characteristics of Multi-Fiber Reinforced Concrete With Mineral admixtures. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
5 Ravichandra Honnalli A Comparative Study of Conventional RC Girder Bridge and Integral Bridge. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
6 Basavaraj B Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
7 Praveen Ashok M Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
8 Sagar N S Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
9 Ravichandra Honnalli Comparison of Pond Ash Characteristics With Different Soils. Published in IJAERD journal, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
10 Shwetha K C Extraction of Crude Oil by Using Different Types of Plastic Waste Published in IJOER journal, Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2017.
11 B. Basavaraj Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
12 Praveen Ashok M Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
13 Ravichandra Honnalli Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
14 Sagar N S Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
15 Shwetha K C Replacement of Sand with Stone Crushed Powder in Conventional Concrete. Published in IOSR Journal of dental and medical sciences, Volume 16, Issue 7, Version 2, July 2017
16 Shwetha K C Removal of Arsenic from Aqueous Solution using Both Fly Ash and Bottom Ash as Adsorbents by Column Studies. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue7, July 2017.
17 M V Nirmala Experimental and Analytical Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams with Opening using Foundry Sand. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2017.
18 Kasheebai Byakod Application of Swat Model for Generating Surface Runoff and Estimation of Water Availability for Balehonnuru Catchment Area for Badhra River Basin. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2017.
19 Chaitra H Removal of Total Suspended Solids and Turbidity By Actiflo Process Using Micro-sand. Published in IJRET journal, Volume 6, Issue 8, August 2017.
20 Deepa Hiremath Sustainable Water Management by Conjunctive use of Ground and Surface Water of the Left Bank Canal of Ghataprabha Command. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 4, Issue 9, September 2017.
21 Chaitra H Study on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Banana Fiber on Pressed Laterite Soil Brick Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018.
22 Nirmala M V Study on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Banana Fiber on Pressed Laterite Soil Brick Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018.
23 Tanu H M Study on the Effect of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Banana Fiber on Pressed Laterite Soil Brick Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2018.
24 Anilkumar H M Strength Characteristics of Geo-Polymer Concrete Containing Fibers and Rubber For Pavements Published in International journal of advanced research trends in engineering and technology, January 2018.
26 Anilkumar H M A Study on Using Recycled Tyre Rubber as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete. Published in International journal of Emerging Research in Management and Technology. January 2018.
27 Nirmala M V Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Replacement of Coal Bottom Ash for fine Aggregate. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2018.
28 Tanu H M Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Replacement of Coal Bottom Ash for fine Aggregate. Published in IRJET journal, Volume 5, Issue 6, June 2018.
29 Md Khalid S Improvement of California Bearing Ratio Values of Soil by Addition of Quarry Dust and Plastic Strips. Published in IJIRSET Journal, Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2018.
30 Ravichandra  Honnalli Improvement of California Bearing Ratio Values of Soil by Addition of Quarry Dust and Plastic Strips. Published in IJIRSET Journal, Volume 7, Issue 7, July 2018.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

To be an outstanding center for imparting quality higher education in Civil Engineering for a constantly changing societal needs with credibility, integrity, and ethical standards.


Mission:

  • Mo1: Integrate high quality Civil Engineering Education and research by recruiting high quality faculty.
  • Mo2: Continue updating students with the state of the art practice & industrial interaction.
  • Mo3: Create a supportive environment to meet professional challenges in various Civil Engg domains.
  • Mo4: Facilitate effective interactions among faculty and students, and foster networking with alumni, industries, institutions and other stake-holders.
S.No Year Department Download Files
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2 2nd Year Civil Click Here
3 3rd Year Civil Click Here
4 4th Year Civil Click Here

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