About CIVIL


Civil Engineering is the oldest branch of engineering and incorporates the design and construction of roads, airports, tunnels, bridges, water supply and sewage systems, dams harbours, rail road systems, docks, power supply systems, buildings and power plants etc., Civil engineers work as construction engineers, transportation engineers, geotechnical engineers, environmental engineers, public work engineers in different public and private sectors.

Civil engineering is one of the major branches building the world’s infrastructure. They design and supervise the construction that deals with the planning, design, construction, operation, maintenance and research of fixed structures such as buildings, highways, bridges, railroads, tunnels, dams, airports etc. Civil Engineers must consider factors in the design process, from the construction costs and expected lifetime of a project to government regulations and potential environmental hazards such as earthquakes and hurricanes.

Opportunities

Civil engineers have many opportunities to hold supervisory or administrative positions, from supervisor of a construction site to Project engineer to lead a team of Young Engineers. Other career opportunities for civil engineers include design, construction, research and teaching.

Vision


 • To prepare cognizant, knowledgeable quality civil engineers with strong foundation of technical skills, analytical skills, design aptitude hind to find solutions for complex problems with socio ethical approach.

Mission


 To establish conducive academic environment with innovative teaching learning.
 To provide training for latest trends in civil engineering field for solution to complex problems.
 To inculcate technical skills, analytical skills, design orientations with program specified softwares usage in the development of latest areas in civil engineering field.

POs, PEOs & PSOs


PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the Knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching, substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3: Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental consideration.
PO4: 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.
PO5: 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.
PO6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to access societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7: 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.
PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: 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.
PO11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to once own work as a member and leader in a team to manage projects and multidisciplinary environments.
PO12: 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.
PEO1: Graduates can able to develop cognizant knowledge in basic civil engineering principles, maths and applied sciences to inculcate solutions for problems in the field of civil engineering.
PEO2: Graduates will adapt to the present day engineering tools for making plans, layout, execution and protection of works with sustainable improvement in their career.
PEO3: Graduates shall have entrepreneurship skills, ethical attitude, verbal exchange and managerial capabilities, team work and social duty of their career and adapt to lifelong learning.
PEO4: Graduates can able to develop practical field knowledge to align theoretical approach to have consultancy skills and field practise.
PSO1: Civil Engineering Analysis and Design tools: The ability to plan, analyze and design the civil engineering structures and also to estimate its cost of construction.
PSO2: Project maintenance and Execution Skills: Exhibit proficient ethics and develop the project management principles like project finance, prompting execution of undertakings according to plan prerequisite utilizing specialized abilities and significant programming.
PSO3: Successful Career and Entrepreneurship: The ability to utilize engineering knowledge, environments and platforms in making creative career paths to be an entrepreneur, and for higher studies.

Department Profile


The Department of civil Engineering has been established in the year 2011 offers a fulltime four years B.Tech degree program in Civil Engineering. It has well equipped laboratories such as Strength of materials, Surveying field work, Engineering geology, Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machinery, Geotechnical engineering, Transportation engineering , Concrete technology, Environmental Engineering, Auto cad lab and an excellent library. It has experienced and highly qualified faculty members to impart knowledge in the areas of construction companies.

Courses Offered


SNO COURSE DURATION SPECIALIZATION
1 Diploma 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering
2 B.Tech 4 years Civil Engineering

Faculty


List of Teaching Staff
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S.No Name of the Faculty DesignationQualification Profile
1 Dr. R.Balamuragan Professor & HODM.Tech, Ph.DView Profile
2 Dr. Adaikkala Kumar P ProfessorM.Tech, Ph.DView Profile
3 Dr. T N Jayaram ProfessorM.Tech, Ph.DView Profile
4 Ch Anusha Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
5 G S Pavan Kumar Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
6 M Tejaswi Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
7 M Venkatesh Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
8 K Rama sesha Rao Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
9 M Mallikarjuna Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
10 J Divya Kranthi Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
11 P Roja Rani Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
12 M Harika Sai Bhargavi Assistant ProfessorM.Tech
13 K N S Sai Vani Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
14 M Veera Pandu Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
15 M Swathi Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
16 K Vasantha Rao Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
17 B Naga Gowthami Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
18 D Sudheer Kumar Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
List of Non Teaching Staff
S.No Name of the Faculty Designation
1 P DURGA BHAVANI LAB TECHNICIAN
2 K. REENA SRI DEVI LAB TECHNICIAN
3 D. SESHU BABU LAB TECHNICIAN
4 SK. NAGUR SHARIEF LAB TECHNICIAN
5 G. SRINU LAB TECHNICIAN

Professional Societies


SNOFACULTY NAMES NO.OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
1Dr.R.Balamurugan2
2Dr.Adaikkala Kumar2
3Dr.T.N.Jayaram2
4K.Ramasesha Rao3
5M.Tejaswi3
6M.Venkatesh2
7CH.Anusha2
8D.Sudheer Kumar2
9J.Divya Kranthi2
10G.S.P.Kumar2

Workshops/Guest lectures conducted


SNODATENAME OF THE EVENTTOPICNAME OF THE RESOURCE PERSON
131-01-2018 to 03-02-2018WorkshopADVANCED SURVEYINGMR.D.CHANDRA SEKHAR
23rd February, 2018Guest LectureENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF WATER RESOURCE PROJECTS & TRANSPIRATIONProf.K.KIRAN KUMAR,VIT,TAMIL NADU
301-02-2017 to 04-02-2017WorkshopRECENT TRENDS IN SURVEYINGMR.D.CHANDRA SEKHAR
41st September, 2017SeminarSEISMIC GEOLOGICAL DISASTER CHARACTERISTICSProf.A.ARAVIND KUMAR,VIT,TAMIL NADU
510th August,2016SeminarBLOCK SHEAR FAILURE IN TENSION MEMBERSProf.Sri.P.KONDADA RAMAIAH, HOD,CE,GUDLAVALLERU ENGINEERING COLLEGE

Faculty achievements


SNOFaculty NameTitle/TopicName of the Journal & Year of Publication
1Dr. R. BALAMURAGANImpact of Tsunami on coastal livelihood in Paragipettai block R. Balamurugan & Mohan.International journal of Environment & Development (ISSN: 0972-3572) volume: 6, Number 3, Jan – June 2010, serial publications, New Delhi, India,
2Tsunami Disaster, Mitigation & Management for portonovo - A Rural Based Indian Coastal Community(International Journal of Applied Management Research (ISSN: 0973-8707) Vol.2, June 2011, special issue R. Balamurugan & Mohan.
3Future construction using renewable energyinternational journal of chem tech search(ISSN: 0972-1318) vol.4,number 2 april-june 2012(page :1180-1188)
4Rule of intellectual properties rights in development of innovationvol.6, number 2 jun-june 2014,(ISSN: 0974-1324)(page 71-79), international journal of civil engineering.
5Research issues in disaster managementvol,5 number 1,july-dec 2014 (ISSN: 0975-4241)(page 179-185), international journal of computer science and information engineering.
6Assessment of water quality in Ariyankuppam River Estuary of Pondicherry Engineering Platinum Jubilee Special Issue 2004, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, India.National Journal
7Dr. T.N. JAYARAM1. A paper has been published in the International Journal of Engineering Fracture MechanicsUnited States of America (USA).
8The paper is presented in the International Conference of STRUCTURES CONGRESS heldCALIFORNIA, USA in 2007.
9Attended the International Conference of STRUCTURES CONGRESS heldVANCOUVER, CANADA in 2008
10Dr. P ADAIKALAKUMARMicro-analytical studies on sugarcane bagasse ashSadhana – academy proceedings in engineering science, DOI: August 30, 2012 (Impact factor – 0.564)
11Sugarcane bagasse ash – Material CharacterizationProceedings in International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering Materials and Process, Coimbatore, Jan7
12Investigations of natural fiber in various pretreatment conditions for preparing perfect fiberNational Conference on Recent Innovations in Science and Engineering, SURYA RISE’13, SURYARISE13 - ME04, March. 15, 2012, Surya Engineering College, Erode.
13Evolution of GFRP Bridge Deck panelsNational Conference on concurrent engineering, Annai Mathamal Sheela Engineering College, March 16, 2012, Namakkal.
14Dr. A. RANGANATHANA Novel green solution to mitigate green house gas emission from Cement Industries - GeopolymerEcology , Environment and Conservation. EM International , ISSN 0971-765 X , vol.18 , No.2, pp.425-430 , 2012 ( with an Impact Factor of 0.385).
15Development of cement free concrete using modern PozzolonaInternational Journal of Engineering Research and industrial Applications ( IJERIA), Ascent Publication ISSN 0974-1518, Vol.2, No.IV, pp.323-339, 2009.
16Role of Alkali activated Geopolymer concrete under Sulphate ExposureThe Technology World , Quarterly Journal , ISSN 2180-1614 Vol.V , Issue 1 , pp.275-280, 2009.
17A Profound Microscopic study on Geopolymer concreteISSN(E): 2278-0005 Vol:3 , Issue 2 , Mar 2014, 7-14 @ IASET
18Development of Low Energy Geopolymeric cement in 21 st CenturyProceedings of the International Conference on Active / Smart Materials at Thiagarajar College of Engineering , Madurai, India , January 7-9 – 2009.
19Influence of Properties on Strength, water Absorption and Sorptivity of GPCProceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Concrete Constructions at Mumbai , India , Organised by India Chapter of American Concrete Institute , September 03-04, 2010.
20Development of Mix design for Eco-friendly ConcreteProceedings of the National Conference on Failure Studies &Remedial Measures to Concrete Structures at K.S.R. College of Engineering , Tiruchengode , India , December 19-20 , 2008.
21An approach for sustainable development of cementless concreteProceedings of the Silver Jubilee National Conference on Technology Applications for Sustainable Development at Kongu Engineering College , Perundurai , India , January 29-30 , 2009.
22Basic Properties of Low calcium FlyashGeopolymerProceedings of the National Conference on Innovations in Civil Engineering at B.SA. AbdurRahmanUniversity , Chennai , India , March 19-20 , 2009.
23Effect of chloride and sulphate Attack on the properties of Geopolymer concrete containing fly ash as PozzolonaProceedings of the National Conference on Recent Trends on concrete Composites for structural systems at Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai , India , April 03-04 , 2009.
24Eco-friendly concrete using Modern PozzolonaProceedings of the National Conference on Recent Advancements in Construction Materials and Technology at Sethu Institute of Technology , Virudhunagar , India, April 24 , 2009
25Role of Eco-friendly concrete using Modern PozzolonaProceedings of the National Conference on Emerging Trends in Construction Industry at Excel Engineering College, Komarapalayam, India , March 03-04 , 2011
26Role of Low Calcium fly ash against expansion of Geopolymer concrete due to alkali silica reactionProceedings of the National Conference on Noval Trends in Construction Industry at Pavai Engineering College, Pachal , India , March 07-08, 2013.
27A Profound study on Low Energy geopolymer concrete with special Reference to Durability aspectsProceedings of the National Conference on Sustainability of composite materials in construction Industry at KSR College of Technology , Tiruchencode , India , March 15-09 , 2014.
28Dasari Sudheer KumarPublished a paper entitled “Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Building Frame Subjected to Different Types of Blast LoadsIndian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9(23),DOI: 10.17485 on june 2016.
29Published a paper entitled “Analysis of T-Beam Bridge Subjected to Blast Loading using FEM-SPH Coupling MethodJournal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Technology, volume-3, issue-3, January-march,2016.
30Presented a paper entitled “Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Building Frame Subjected to Different Types of Blast LoadsNational Conference on Innovations and Sustainability in Civil Engineering and Technology (ISCET’16) on 24th and 25th march 2016 organised by Department of Civil Engineering, E.S.Engineering college, villupuram.
31Presented a Research Paper titled “Analysis of T-Beam Bridge Subjected to Blast Loading using FEM-SPH Coupling Method20th march in One day International Conference held in Jawaharlal Nehru University(J.N.N), New Delhi.
32Presented a paper entitled “SPH and Non-SPH Damage of Bridge under Blast Loading Using SPH-FEM Coupling25th-27th Feb 2017 in International Conference on Advances in Dynamic, Vibration and Control held in National Institute of Technology Durgapur, West Bengal.
33Presented a paper entitled “Comparative Study of Reflecting and Non-Reflecting Boundary Condition for Blast Loading25th-27th Feb 2017 in International Conference on Advances in Dynamic, Vibration and Control held in National Institute of Technology Durgapur, West Bengal.

Student achievements


SNOStudent Name(s)Event NamePrizeVenue
1Dasari Siva KumarBody building3rd PrizeAndrapradesh state level & Krishna district level
2M Rohith varmaWeight Lifting2nd PrizeJNTUK university
3V.V. RAJESH & K. NIRMALAPPTIIV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
4P. SANDEEP KUMARPPTIIV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
5V.V. RAJESH & P. GANESHPOSTERIIV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
6P. HARIKABUILDING PLANNINGIV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
7P. PRASANNABUILDING PLANNINGIIV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
8V.V. RAJESHBUILDING PLANNINGIIIV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
9M. SIVA SUBRAMANYAM
K. SIVA KRISHNA
J. HARSHA VARDHAN (C)
A. SIVA NAGA CHANDU
J. ANIL, K. MADHU KUMAR
P. VENKAT
D. VAMSI KRISHNA
K. PURNA CHANDRA RAO
K. ABHISHEK
M. SUDHEER KUMAR
D.S.N.R KUMAR
V.N.V.R SAI KUMAR
KABADDIWINNERSV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
10V.GIRIDHAR RAO
P. VENKAT
K. SIVA KRISHNA
T. MANIKANTA
M. SIVA SUBRAMANYAM
J. HARSHA VARDHAN (C)
K. MADHU KUMAR
V.N.V.R SAI KUMAR
K. PURNA CHANDRA RAO
R. KANTHI KUMAR
VOLLEY BALLRUNNERSV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
11K. PURNA CHANDRA RAOCARROMSWINNERV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA
12S. TRINESH NAIDUCHESSWINNERV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GUDIVADA

News Letters & Magazines


Innovative Methods in Teaching & Learning


  •  The faculty uses the chalk and board to teach the curriculum in the classroom
  •  The courses also are delivered using the LCD Projectors.
  •  Demonstration with the working models, charts, components etc in the class room for better understanding.

Industrial Tours


SNOYEARINDUSTRY/ SITE NAME
12018-19POLAVARAM PROJECT, POLAVARAM
22017-18KONDAVEETI VAGU PUMP HOUSE, VIJAYAWADA
32016-17STEEL PLANT, VISAKHAPATNAM

Internships


SNOREGDNO(S)Student Name(S)Certification/Training DetailsOrganizationDurationDate(s)
115NH1A0128Vulli Venkata Rajesh KumarBuilding ProjectsKMV Projects Ltd, Hyderabad4004-05-2018 to 14-06-2018
2156L1A0101Badipathi Raghu MouliBuilding ProjectsKMV Projects Ltd, Hyderabad4004-05-2018 to 14-06-2018

Syllabus


R16 B.Tech CIVIL SYLLABUS


       1-1         1-2
       2-1         2-2
       3-1         3-2
       4-1         4-2

R13 B.Tech CIVIL SYLLABUS


       CSE 

Roll of Honour


SNOREGD. NO.NAME OF THE STUDENTYEAR OF PASSOUTPERCENTAGE
112NH5A0111S.LEELA SRINIVAS201587.2
212NH1A0101A.LAKSHMI SINDHU201681.03
313NH1A0101SALLADI SAI SRI201785.90
414NH1A0133VRS LAALITHYA201886.6

MOUs


  • 1. GSNM GLOBAL SERVICE, GUNTUR
  • 2. VALLABANENI CONSTRUCTIONS, VIJAYAWADA
  • 3. HRH CONSTRUCTION PRIVATE LTD, RAJAMUNDRY

Laboratories


1. Strength of Materials
2. Geo-Technical Engineering
3. Concrete Technology
4. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machinery
5. Surveying
6. Environmental Engineering
7. Computational Lab(CAD&STAAD)
8. Transportation Engineering
9. Engineering Geology
10.Remote Sensing And Geographical Information Systems