Department of Civil Engineering

Civil Course Details


Department of Civil Engineering

The department offers under graduate programme - B Tech in civil engineering.

Guiding the students with the best facilities, resources and opportunities, the Department of Civil Engineering has been fruitful in developing the outlook, employability skills and competencies of the students that help them cater to the needs of the changing world.

The objective of civil engineering department is to disseminate the knowledge about latest technologies in civil engineering to the students so that they fulfill the demand of construction industry in and around the region.

Some of the important labs under the department are:

  • Strength of materials LABORATORY
  • FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY
  • Surveying LABORATORY
  • Geotechnical engineering LABORATORYLABORATORY
  • Engineering geology LABORATORY
  • Concrete technology and high way engineering LABORATORY
  • TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY
  • CAD LABORATORY
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Alumni :

The Alumni of the Department are well placed in various companies like Mayur Group, Mahdeva Developers, Rajpushpa Hyderabad, L & T, Navajyothi Construction Pvt ltd, Sri Venkateshwara Developers, Saishuit builders Pvt ltd., etc.

Vision of the department:

To produce technically sound, academically superior, globally competent and committed civil engineers possessing the required innovative research capabilities, skills and leadership qualities, so as to enable the graduates serve the organizations and the society with strong ethical values.

Mission of the department :

To impart quality education with the support of core instruction, state-of-the-arts lab and proficient faculty.

To involve the students in research and development and society needs through industry-institute interactions.

To prepare students in becoming life-long learners by inculcating innovative research capabilities through industry-institute interaction and encouraging them to pursue higher education.

To produce civil engineers of high caliber technical skills and ethical values so as to make them serve the society and nation with global competence.

POs,PSOs & PEOs

PO-1

Engineering knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the conceptualization of engineering models.

PO-2

Problem Analysis: Identify, Formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems related to CIVIL and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PO-3

Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems related to CIVIL 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 considerations.

PO-4

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.

PO-5

Modern Tool Usage: Create, Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to computer science related complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO-6

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 CIVIL professional engineering practice.

PO-7

Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the CIVIL professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO-8

Ethics: Apply Ethical Principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO-9

Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary Settings.

PO-10

Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large such as able to comprehend and with write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.

PO-11

Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.

PO-12

Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning the broadest context of technological change.

PSO-1

The graduates of this program with proficiency in mathematics and physical sciences will excel in the core areas of civil engineering such as structural and water resources engineering.

PSO-2

Understand modern management and construction techniques to complete projects within the stipulated period and fund.

PEO-1

To provide students with a sound foundation in mathematics, basic science and engineering subjects for a clear and sound understanding of civil engineering subjects and encourages them to pursue higher education.

PEO-2

To prepare graduates in civil engineering for successful careers dealing with analysis, design and management of infrastructural projects both in India and abroad.

PEO-3

To provide learners with a comprehensive and balanced understanding of the several specializations of civil engineering and to develop novel products and solutions for real life problems.

PEO-4

To make the graduates understand the importance of life-long learning and to inculcate professional ethics, moral values and leadership qualities.

CIVIL FACULTY

Sl.No.

Name of the faculty

Qualification

Designation

Date of Joining Nature of Association
1 Mr. T Murali Krishna M.Tech HOD & Professor 26-08-2021 Regular
2 Dr. K Sarumathi Ph.D Associate Professor 10-06-2019 Regular
3 Ms M.Nohitha M.Tech Assistant Professor 22-07-2016 Regular
4 Ms J Hema Latha Reddy M.Tech Assistant Professor 20-06-2017 Regular
5 Mr B.Ramu M.Tech Assistant Professor 27-06-2017 Regular
6 Mr. B.Yugandhar M.Tech Assistant Professor 25-04-2018 Regular
7 Mr G.Omkar M.Tech Assistant Professor 10-06-2019 Regular
8 Mr. M.Vinoth Kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor 26-06-2019 Regular
9 Mr M.Ram Prasath M.Tech Assistant Professor 26-07-2019 Regular
10 Mr S.Ezhilarasan M.Tech Assistant Professor 23-08-2021 Regular
11 Mr K.Devarajulu B.Tech Assistant Professor(Dip) 09-12-2010 Regular
12 Mr C.Hemanth B.Tech Assistant Professor(Dip) 26-08-2019 Regular
13 Mr Syed Rizwan B.Tech Assistant Professor(Dip) 26-08-2019 Regular
14 Ms Shaik Akhila B.Tech Assistant Professor(Dip) 27-01-2021 Regular

Student Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Year

  Date

1

2020-21

guest_Lecture

Career Opportunities after B.Tech

Mr. P. Ramesh

I

11-06-2021 To
11-06-2021

2

2019-20

1 week WorkShop

AUTOCAD

P.Bramesh APSSDC

II

30-12-2019 To
04-01-2020

3

2019-20

technical_talk

Design of Steel Structures by TEKLA

Ms. P.Pravallika, Technical Trainer, CADeploy

III

19-08-2019 To
21-08-2019

4

2019-20

workshop

BIM

KKM Soft

II

09-01-2020 To
11-01-2020

5

2019-20

Guest Lecture

A Guest Lecture on Cement Manufacturing Process, Concreting & Good Construction Practices

Mr. P Saibaba

III,IV

20-08-2019

6

2019-20

Industrial Visit

INDUSTRIAL VISIT – ZUARI CEMENT PLANT

ZUARI CEMENT PLANT

IV

14-08-2019

7

2019-20

Industrial Visit

INDUSTRIAL VISIT – CSIR – SERC, Chennai

CSIR – SERC, Chennai

III,IV

26-09-2019

8

2019-20

1 week WorkShop

Revit Architecture

P.Bramesh APSSDC

IV

16-12-2019 To
21-12-2019

9

2018-19

workshop

ETABS

Mr. M.Shashank, Manager , CADeploy

IV

27-09-2018 To
29-09-2018

10

2018-19

workshop

BIM

Mr Basith Ahmad, KKM Soft

II

28-01-2019 To
30-01-2019

11

2017-18

technical_talk

Design of Steel structures using TEKLA

Mr. M.Shashank , Senior Manager,CADEPLOY

IV

20-07-2017 To
22-07-2017

Faculty Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Date

1

2021-22

workshop

Land Survey by Using total Station

Mr. Sudhakar Reddy, Senior quantity surveyor, MSN Technologies ,Bengaluru

08-04-2022 To
09-04-2022

2

2021-22

FDP

Environmental Management & Analytical Instrumentation

Dr. B. Damodhara Reddy, Head & Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, SVCET, Chittoor

11-04-2022 To
15-04-2022

3

2020-21

workshop

STAAD PRO

Mr. Mousib, Branch Manager, CADD point, Chittoor

18-01-2021 To
20-01-2021

4

2020-21

FDP

Smart materials in Construction Industry

Dr. R.Saraswathi, Professor, Coimbatore Technology, Coimbatore Institute of

15-03-2021 To
19-03-2021

5

2019-20

workshop

Cement Concrete Mix Design

MrJayaraman, Associate professor, BIT, Sathyamangalam

21-12-2019 To
21-12-2019

6

2019-20

FDP

Preserving Environment- Eco-Friendly Systems

Dr. P. Rajasulochana, Professor, Bharat University, Chennai

15-06-2020 To
19-06-2020

7

2019-20

FDP

Smart Materials in Civil Engineering

Dr. Vasantha Kumar S, Professor, Department of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering. VIT

10-07-2019 To
15-07-2019

8

2018-19

workshop

Bitumen Test

Dr . Gurujawahar, Associate professor, AITS,Tirupati

12-07-2018 To
13-07-2018

9

2018-19

FDP

Outcome based Curriculum through ICT

s Mr S. K. Gupta, NITTR, Chandigarh

25-06-2018 To
29-06-2018

10

2018-19

FDP

Intelligent Transportation Systems

Dr. S Vasantha Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering VIT, Vellore

24-06-2019 To
26-06-2019

11

2017-18

workshop

Surveying Techniques

Er. Madhusudan, Institute of quantity survey, Tirupati

15-07-2017 To
15-07-2017

12

2017-18

FDP

BIM with Revit

Mr. Kumaran Raja, General Manager, KKM Soft.

28-12-2017 To
02-01-2018

CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
(NIRMAAN)

The Civil Engineering Student Association is an entity of the department of Civil Engineering of VEMUIT. The “NIRMAAN” Civil Engineering Student Association formed in the year 2016 and NIRMAAN “A Group that is superior in terms of ability and quality”. The Civil Engineering Student Association plays the vital role in filling the gap between academics and industry. NIRMAAN aims at enhancing the technical knowledge of students by conducting various programs like guest lectures, technical talks, workshops, seminars, industrial visits, Intra & inter department technical competitions and in bringing out the passion, intelligence and creativity in them. It also helps to create the ability to understand and effectively communicate engineering and related concepts, nurture entrepreneurship and leadership qualities to enhance their roles in providing service to the society.

Objectives

  • To provide all supportive co-curricular training required by students to enhance their curricular performance and keep them updated with recent trends in industry.
  • To work towards bridging the distance between the textbook taught and the practical application in industry.
  • To groom and nurture the qualities of teamwork, leadership, mutual understanding and co-existence and to provide exposure to public and executive communication.
  • The best way team can work towards a common goal is by knowing and understanding each other.
  • The Civil Engineering Association firmly believing in this adage stepped out to welcome the freshmen into the department.

ACEDEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

S.No.

Position

Name of the Student

Class

1.

President

E. Ganesh

IV-CE

2.

Vice-president

S. Rajyalakshmi

IV-CE

3.

Treasurer

B. Lokanadha Reddy

III-CE

4.

Secretary

S. Nandhini

III-CE

5.

Coordinator

C. Thulasi

III-CE

6.

Member

K. Jayashree Priya

III-CE

7.

Member

A. Saikiran

II-CE

8.

Member

B. Gowtham

II-CE

9.

Member

N. Divya

II-CE

LABORATORY DETAILS CIVIL ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering involves planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and supervising infrastructures which includes facilities essential to modern life like highways, bridges and tunnels, schools, hospitals, airports and other buildings, sewage systems and water treatment facilities. The department has the following well equipped laboratories which provide practical instruction to undergraduate students and facilities for post-graduate training, research work and consultancy work.

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY

The main objective of strength of materials laboratory is to determine the forces, stresses, deflections and behaviour of various structural members like beams, columns, arches, trusses and frames when subjected to different types of loadings. Equipment consists of impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, rockwell and brinell hardness test, etc.. This will enhance the complete knowledge of the materials in a practical way.

FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY

The main objective of this laboratory is to achieve the parameters related to fluid flow in pipelines and in open channels. This laboratory is well equipped to carry out experiments like determination of metacentric height of a floating vessel, verification of the Bernoulli’s energy equation, study of transition from laminar to turbulent flow, determination of velocity profile for pipeline flow, determination of coefficient of discharge for obstruction flow meter (venturimeter/orifice meter), determination of discharge coefficient for various notches, determination of hydraulic coefficients for flow through an orifice, determination of friction coefficient for pipes of various diameters and calculation of minor head losses in pipes.

SURVEYING LABORATORY

The objective of surveying laboratory is to make student familiar and competent enough to draw map in suitable scale by using different surveying instruments like total station, theodolite, auto level, global positioning system (GPS), geographical information system (GIS), electromagnetic distance measurement (EDM), plane table, compass, etc. Students learn to survey from conventional as well as contemporary methods and technology. Our Surveying labs provide students with hands-on experience using common surveying equipment.

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Geotechnical engineering laboratory helps in identifying the engineering behavior of soil. Our Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory is well-equipped with equipments for evaluating all engineering properties of soils including index properties, compaction characteristics, consolidation characteristics and shear strength of soils.

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

Engineering geology is the application of the geological sciences to engineering study which helps in identifying the different types of rocks and minerals present in nature. The megascopic study of different types of rocks, minerals and understanding their behavior are the major objectives of geology. Further, development of cracks, fissures in rocks, geological map interpretation, folds, faults are their learnt in this lab with their causes and remedies.

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY

Concrete technology lab is used to carry out several tests on construction materials such as cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, etc. This laboratory allows the students to test and to assess the various engineering properties in terms of strength, workability, durability, stiffness, etc.. The major equipments such as compression testing machine, tensile testing machine, slump cone, compaction factor test and so on. This laboratory will guide the students to gain the knowledge about the materials used for the construction practices.

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Transportation lab is being well equipped with sophisticated equipments to evaluate the strength of the materials such as bitumen and aggregates with the help of impact testing machine, los angles abrasion testing machine, shape tests, etc.. Apart from these some more additional equipments are used to test the bituminous materials such as viscosity, ductility and plasticity by using penetrometer, ring and ball test apparatus, etc..This helps our students to gain the practical knowledge about the materials used for roadways, railways and so on.

CAD LABORATORY

CAD lab is well equipped with sufficient number of systems with licensed softwares such as AUTO CAD, STADD PRO V8i, and REVIT. Students get professional training on 2D & 3D drafting of civil engineering drawings using the latest version of Autocad software. Student will learn computer aided design layout and 3D solid modeling definition. Students will also gain the knowledge of design and drafting needed for civil engineering discipline.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

Environmental engineering lab comprises of modern and technically advanced instruments needed for water and wastewater analyses. This laboratory contains modern analytical instruments and facilities to carry out simple to sophisticated experiments i.e. Physico-chemical and Biological parameters testing for water and wastewater. The Laboratory has sophisticated equipments to analyze pollution parameters in water and waste water, soil and air by using instruments such as spectrophotometer, pH meter, turbidity meter, muffle furnace, BOD incubator, conductivity meter, etc.

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PPT

S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54101 Linear Algebra and Calculus
2 20A56101T Engineering Physics
3 20A52101T Communicative English
4 20A02101T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
5 20A03101T Engineering Drawing
6 20A56101P Engineering Physics Lab
7 20A52101P Communicative English Lab
8 20A02101P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
9 20A01201P Strength of Materials Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
2 20A51201T Engineering Chemistry
3 20A05201T C-Programming & Data Structures
4 20A01201T Strength of Materials
5 20A03202 Engineering Workshop
6 20A05202 IT Workshop
7 20A05201P C-Programming & Data Structures Lab
8 20A51201P Engineering Chemistry Lab
9 20A99201 Environmental Science
10 20A51201P Engineering Chemistry Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54301 Probability and Statistics for Civil Engineering
2 20A01301 Advanced Strength of Materials
3 20A01302T Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines
4 20A01303T Surveying
5 20A52301 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
6 20A01304 Basic Civil Engineering Laboratory
7 20A01302P Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Lab
8 20A01303P Surveying Lab
9 20A05305 Application development with Python
10 20A52201 Universal Human Values
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54401 Mathematical Modeling& Optimization Techniques
2 20A01401T Engineering Geology
3 20A01402 Structural Analysis – I
4 20A01403T Concrete Technology
5 20A01404T Environmental Engineering - I
6 20A01401P Engineering Geology Lab
7 20A01405 Concrete Materials Lab
8 20A01404P Environmental Engineering Lab
9 20A52401 Soft Skills
10 20A99401 Design Thinking for Innovation
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A01501 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
2 20A01502T Geotechnical Engineering
3 20A01503 Building Materials and Construction
4 20A01504a Structural Analysis – II
5 20A01506 Computer Aided Drafting Lab
6 20A01502P Geotechnical Engineering Lab
7 20A01507 Building Planning and Drawing
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A01601T Geotechnical Engineering -I
2 19A01602 Design of Steel Structures
3 19A52601T English Language Skills
4 19A01603b Ground Improvement
5 19A02604a Industrial Automation
6 19A52602b Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
7 19A01601P Geotechnical Engineering lab
8 19A52601P English Language Skills Lab
9 19A99601 Research Methodology
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A01701 Geotechnical Engineering-II
2 19A01702 Estimation & Costing
3 19A01703d1 Traffic Engineering
4 19A03704a Finite Element Methods
5 19A52701b Management Science
6 19A01404P Concrete technology Lab
7 19A01705 Computer Aided Design Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A01802 Advanced Structural Engineering
2 15A01804 Environmental Impact Assessment and Management

Civil Lecture Notes

I Civil

I Civil I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54101 Linear Algebra and Calculus
2 20A56101T Engineering Physics
3 20A52101T Communicative English
4 20A02101T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
5 20A03101T Engineering Drawing
6 20A56101P Engineering Physics Lab
7 20A52101P Communicative English Lab
8 20A02101P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
9 20A01201P Strength of Materials Lab

I Civil II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
2 20A51201T Engineering Chemistry
3 20A05201T C-Programming & Data Structures
4 20A01201T Strength of Materials
5 20A03202 Engineering Workshop
6 20A05202 IT Workshop
7 20A05201P C-Programming & Data Structures Lab
8 20A51201P Engineering Chemistry Lab
9 20A99201 Environmental Science
10 20A51201P Engineering Chemistry Lab
II Civil

II Civil I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54301 Probability and Statistics for Civil Engineering
2 20A01301 Advanced Strength of Materials
3 20A01302T Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines
4 20A01303T Surveying
5 20A52301 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
6 20A01304 Basic Civil Engineering Laboratory
7 20A01302P Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Lab
8 20A01303P Surveying Lab
9 20A05305 Application development with Python
10 20A52201 Universal Human Values

II Civil II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54401 Mathematical Modeling& Optimization Techniques
2 20A01401T Engineering Geology
3 20A01402 Structural Analysis – I
4 20A01403T Concrete Technology
5 20A01404T Environmental Engineering - I
6 20A01401P Engineering Geology Lab
7 20A01405 Concrete Materials Lab
8 20A01404P Environmental Engineering Lab
9 20A52401 Soft Skills
10 20A99401 Design Thinking for Innovation
III Civil

III Civil I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A01501 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
2 20A01502T Geotechnical Engineering
3 20A01503 Building Materials and Construction
4 20A01504a Structural Analysis – II
5 20A01506 Computer Aided Drafting Lab
6 20A01502P Geotechnical Engineering Lab
7 20A01507 Building Planning and Drawing

III Civil II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A01601T Geotechnical Engineering -I
2 19A01602 Design of Steel Structures
3 19A52601T English Language Skills
4 19A01603b Ground Improvement
5 19A02604a Industrial Automation
6 19A52602b Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
7 19A01601P Geotechnical Engineering lab
8 19A52601P English Language Skills Lab
9 19A99601 Research Methodology
IV Civil

IV Civil I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A01701 Geotechnical Engineering-II
2 19A01702 Estimation & Costing
3 19A01703d1 Traffic Engineering
4 19A03704a Finite Element Methods
5 19A52701b Management Science
6 19A01404P Concrete technology Lab
7 19A01705 Computer Aided Design Lab

IV Civil II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A01802 Advanced Structural Engineering
2 15A01804 Environmental Impact Assessment and Management

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