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Civil Engineering


  • Dr. G. Radhakrishnan,
  • Asst. Professor & Head of the Department
  • Mobile No : 6303154996
  • Phone No : 08818-284355(O)
  • Fax No : 08818-284322
  • Email : hod_civil@srivasaviengg.ac.in

Department

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2011 with a vision to strive towards quality education, research and consultancy. Civil Engineering is one of the oldest and broadest engineering discipline which has been an aspect of life, since the beginning of human civilization. Efforts have been made to provide high quality technical education to students with a view to make them successful professionals. In order to attain the pre-defined objectives, focus has been made on Outcome Based Education, which facilitates the students to analyze problems, design and develop solutions and usage of modern tools, by making him/herself as an ethical Engineer with best of the kind leadership traits. Department is offering B.Tech (Civil) with an intake of 60 and M. Tech (Structural Engg.) with 18 students. Department comprises well qualified and proficient faculty to direct the students in reaching their goals.


Vision

To be a Department that strives towards quality education, research and consultancy in Civil Engineering.

Mission

M1:To provide broad and high quality education to its students for a successful professional career.

M2: To serve the construction industry through dissemination of knowledge and technical services to rural community and professionals.

M3: To inculcate ethics and human values, effective communication and leadership qualities among students to meet the challenges of the society.

PEOs

1.Analyze, formulate and solve Civil Engineering problems.

2.Excel in Civil Engineering and in other allied fields.

3.Demonstrate leadership qualities.

POs

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1.Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering Fundamentals and an Engineering specialization to the solution of complex Civil Engineering problems. K3

2.Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Civil Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Engineering Sciences. K4

3.Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex civil engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specific needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations. k5

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.k5

5.Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern Engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex Civil Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations. k3

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 professional Engineering practice. k3

7.Environment and sustainability:Understand the impact of the professional Civil Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development. k3

8.Ethics:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Engineering practice. k3

9.Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. k6

10.Communication: Communicate effectively on complex Civil 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. k2

11.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.k6

12.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. k1

PSOs

PSO1:Apply the knowledge of basic sciences along with Engineering knowledge to exhibit the process involved in planning, analysis and design for Civil Engineering Problems. k3

PSO2:Conduct laboratory experiments / field investigations to tackle Civil Engineering problems with a significant perspective of economy, society and environment. k4

PSO3:Create awareness on sustainable environmental and societal concerns with ethical human values among the students. k6

Salient Features

Civil Engineering

Our Faculty

S.No. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Profile
1 Dr.G.Radhakrishnan M.E,Ph.D Asst. Professor & HOD view
2 V.L D Prasad Reddy M.E. Asst. Professor view
3 T.Naga Seshu Babu M.Tech Asst.Professor view
4 A.Sudheer M.Tech Asst. Professor view
5 J.Vijaya Chandra M.Tech Asst.Professor view
6 B.HemaSundar M.Tech Asst. Professor view
7 A L S K S V D Gupta M.Tech Asst. Professor view
8 T.RamaKrishna M.Tech Asst. Professor view
9 J.Pavan Kumar M.Tech Asst. Professor view
10 S.Nagarjuna M.Tech Asst.Professor view
11 B.Rohitha B.Tech Lecturer view
12 CH.Sumaja B.Tech Lecturer view
13 K.J.Ganapathi B.Tech Lecturer view

Our Non-Teaching

SNo Name of the Faculty Designation
1 A.N.V.Ravi Kumar Lab Technician
2 P.V.S.Krishna Prasad Lab Technician
3 M.Abraham Lincoln Lab Technician
4 T.V.V.Satyanarayana DEO
5 B.M.G.A.Bhargav Attender
6 K.Venkata Ramana Helper
1 A.N.V.Ravi Kumar Lab Technician
2 P.V.S.Krishna Prasad Lab Technician
3 M.Abraham Lincoln Lab Technician
4 T.V.V.Satyanarayana DEO
5 B.M.G.A.Bhargav Attender
6 K.Venkata Ramana Helper

Civil Engineering

Laboratories

  • Strength of Materials Lab
  • CAD Lab
  • Surveying Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab<
  • Engineering Geology Lab
  • Concrete Technology Lab
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  • Transportation Engineering Lab
  • GIS and Staad Pro Lab
  • Water and Waste Water Engineering Lab

Laboratories Facilities

Strength of Materials Lab

CAD Lab

Surveying Lab

Transportation Engineering Lab

Engineering Geology Lab

Concrete Technology Lab

Geotechnical Engineering Lab

Water and Waste Water Engineering Lab
FM Lab

Civil Engineering

Library

    The department runs an exclusive department Library

  • Titles = 244
  • Volumes = 352
Faculty Incharge
Mr. T.Rama Krishna , Asst. Professor

Civil Engineering

Workshops

1.Workshops Conducted in Civil Department for the Academic Years(2017-2018):-View More

2.Workshops Conducted in Civil Department for the last 3 Academic Years(2014-2017):-View More

Seminars

FDPs

Field Visits

1.Field Visits in Civil Department for last 3 Academic Years(2014-2017 upto):-View More

Civil Engineering

R&D

  • Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi Sponsored A Two Day National Workshop on "Nano Applications in Civil Engineering " on 12th & 13th April, 2017

Civil Engineering

Conferences

SNo Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Name of the Conference Venue Year
1

G.V.L.N.Murthy

Simplified model of existing intercity public transportation

Recent research advances in civil engineering

Osmania University Hyderabad

8-NOV-2014

2

L.Vyshnavi sai

Simplified model of existing intercity public transportation

Recent research advances in civil engineering

Osmania University Hyderabad

8-NOV-2014

3

G.V.L.N.Murthy

Silty soil stabilization using bituminous emulsion

Recent research advances in civil engineering

Osmania University Hyderabad

8-NOV-2014

4

G.V.L.N.Murthy

Stabilization of black cotton soil using jindal global road stabilizer

Recent research advances in civil engineering

Osmania University Hyderabad

8-NOV-2014

5

G.V.L.N.Murthy

Integrated landuse transportation over view

Recent research advances in civil engineering

Osmania University Hyderabad

8-NOV-2014

6

G.V.L.N.Murthy

A study of speed breakers and vehicle operating cost

Recent research advances in civil engineering

Osmania University Hyderabad

8-NOV-2014

7

T.Yeswanth sai

Retempering of concrete structures

ICBCCE(TROI)

Hyderabad

6-DEC-2015

8

S.Sriram pradeep

Mechanical properties of coconut shell concrete using quarry dust

International Of Earth Sciences And Engineering

Tamil Nadu

24-MAR-2015

9

G.RADHA
KRISHNAN

Model Study on cyclic loading responses of lexible Pavement System laid on Expansive Subgrade

Indian Geotechnical Conference

IIT Madras

2016

International Conferences

SNo Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Name of the Conference Venue Year
1

M.Sambasivarao

Retempering of concrete structures

ICBCCE(TROI)

Hyderabad

6-DEC-2015

2

T.Yeswanthsai

Retempering of concrete structures

ICBCCE(TROI)

Hyderabad

6 -DEC -2015

3

A.VENKATA KRISHNA

An Experimental Analysis Of Using Melt Processed Plastic Pellets In Porous Concrete By Partially Replacing Fine Aggregates

ICBCCE

Hyderabad

22-01-2017

4

A.VENKATA KRISHNA

A Methodical Literature Review on Nano Applications in Civil Engineering

ICNM

Kerala

10-02-2017

5

DR.VVN PRABHAKARA RAO

A Methodical Literature Review on Nano Applications in Civil Engineering

ICNM

Kerala

10-02-2017

6

M. SAMBASIVA RAO

A Methodical Literature Review on Nano Applications in Civil Engineering

ICNM

Kerala

10-02-2017

7

K CHANDRIKA

An experimental Analysis on usage potential of lateritic soils as part/Full Replacement for fine aggregates in Concrete

ICBCCE

Hyderabad

22-01-2017

8

T.YESWANTH SAI

An Experimental Analysis Of Using Melt Processed Plastic Pellets In Porous Concrete By Partially Replacing Fine Aggregates

ICBCCE

Hyderabad

22-01-2017

9

GVLN MURTHY

An experimental Analysis on usage potential of lateritic soils as part/Full Replacement for fine aggregates in Concrete

ICBCCE

Hyderabad

22-01-2017

International Journals

Civil Engineering

Workshops

1.Workshops Conducted in Civil Department for the Academic Years(2017-2018):-View More

2.Workshops Conducted in Civil Department for the last 3 Academic Years(2014-2017):-View More

Seminars

FDPs

Field Visits

1.Field Visits in Civil Department for last 3 Academic Years(2014-2017 upto):-View More

Computer Science and Engineering

Intenships

Placements

Roll of Honour

SNo Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Name of the Conference Issue No Volume No Issue Date Year
1

G.RADHAKRISHNAN

Influence of chloride compounds on swelling and Strength properties of Expansive subgrade soils

IOSR

2278 1684

2

19.02.2016

2016

2

K.B.V. SIVA KAVYA

Chemical Stabilization Of Sub-Grade Soil With Gypsum And Nacl

IJAET

22311963

9

October 2016

2016

3

A.VENKATAKRISHNA

Effect Of Chemical Stabilizers On The Strength and Swelling Parameters Of Expansive Soil

IJMRC

2454- 3659

2

10-10-2016

2016

4

A.VENKATA KRISHNA

Chemical Stabilization Of Sub-Grade Soil With Gypsum And Nacl

IJAET

22311963

9

October 2016

2016

5

T.YESWANTH SAI

An Experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with snail shell ash

IJIET

2319-1058

7

December 2016

2016

6

GVLN MURTHY

Effect Of Chemical Stabilizers On The Strength and Swelling Parameters Of Expansive Soil

IJMRC

2454- 3659

2

10-10-2016

2016

7

GVLN MURTHY

Chemical Stabilization Of Sub-Grade Soil With Gypsum And Nacl

IJAET

22311963

9

october,2016

2016

8

M. SAMBASIVA RAO

An Experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with snail shell ash

IJIET

2319-1058

7

December 2016

2016

9

L.Vyshnavi sai

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with sugarcane baggage ash

IJERT

2278-0181

23.2.15

2015

10

T.Yeswanth sai

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with sugarcane baggage ash

IJERT

2278-0181

23.2.15

2015

11

M.Sambasivarao

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with sugarcane baggage ash

IJERT

2278-0181

23.2.15

2015

12

GVLN.Murthy

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with sugarcane baggage ash

IJERT

2278-0181

23.2.15

2015

13

M.Sambasivarao

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with metacolin

IJMSER

2349-6037

11.3.15

2015

14

T.Yeswanth sai

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with metacolin

IJMSER

2349-6037

11.3.15

2015

15

L. Vyshnavi sai

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with metacolin

IJMSER

2349-6037

11.3.15

2015

16

GVLN.Murthy

An experimental study on strength properties of concrete by partially replacing cement with metacolin

IJMSER

2349-6037

11.3.15

2015

17

T.YESWANTH SAI

Retempering of concrete

IJCESR

2393-8374

2

12-12-2015

2015

18

G.RADHAKRISHNAN

Strength properties expansive soils treated with lime, gypsum and coirfibre

IJIRT

2349 6002

2

December 2015

2015

19

M. SAMBASIVA RAO

Retempering of concrete

IJCESR

2393-8374

2

12-12-2015

2015

20

S.CHANDRAKALA

Design of pile group by using soil

IJMSER

2250-0758

26.12.14

2014

Batch RollNumber Name of The Student CGPA/Aggregate
2016-20 16A81A0535 M.Lakshmi Sailaja 80.70
2016-20 16A81A0561 A.SaiLakshmi 80.70
2015-19 15A81A05F1 M.Lakshmi Mounica 86.15
2014-18 14A81A0575 K.V.G.Satish 82.33
2013-17 13A81A05C2 A.Sai Priyanka
(College Level Gold Medalist)
82.47
2013-17 13A81A0547 S.Rajeswara Sesha Reddy
(College Level outgoing UG Student Gold Medal
for the A.Y.2016-17)
79.17
2012-16 12A81A0591 K.S.N.V.G.Lavanya 78.51
2011-15 11A81A05A6 N.Susmitha 85.91
2010-14 10A81A05A6 A.Sravya Sree 79.20
2009-13 09A81A0566 C.Hima Teja 80.70
2008-12 08A81A0510 B.Surekha Devi 83.53
2007-11 07A81A0596 V.M.Krishna 79.31
2006-10 06A81A0515 U.Kalpana
(University Gold Medal)
84.71
2005-09 05A81A0511 K.V.Sarvani 80.88
2004-08 04A81A0525 M.Krishnachand 79.70
2003-07 03A81A0518 V.Kanti 76.39
2002-06 02A81A0527 M.Poorna Chandra 76.91
2002-06 02A81A0501 P.Anjaneyulu 76.91
2001-05 02A81A0548 V.Udaya Kiran 78.61

1 2

Awards

GATE/GRE

SNo Roll No Name Score Year
1 13A81A05A0 Pasuluri Venkata Prathyusha 662 2017
2 10A81A05A8 Suggisetti Vineel 371 2014
3 10A81A0578 Kandula NagaLakshmi 359 2014
4 10A81A0527 Kavali Tejaswini 354 2014
5 10A81A05A3 Sankuratri Hymavathi 339 2014

GRE-TOEFL

SNo Roll No Name Score Year
1 13A81A0547 Satti Rajeswara SeshaReddy 298 2017
2 13A81A05A8 Tavva Suraj 290 2017
3 13A81A0514 Chundi Aditya 297 2017
4 11A81A0584 Karuturi Lakshmi Narayana 285 2015

GIF

NPTEL

Civil Engineering

The following are the teaching learning methods adopted by the faculty of Civil Engineering Department.
  • Presentations using PPT, wherever necessary-View
  • Usage of Software Tools such as Staad Pro, AutoCAD and GIS-View
  • Use of E-Learning Resources and on-line lectures such as QEEE & MOOCS for effective learning-View
  • Providing Question bank with short answer questions and quiz questions.
  • Hands-on practice in the laboratories for better understanding of the concepts taught in the theory classes.
  • Visits to nearby industries for exposure-View
  • Prototype model based teaching-View
  • Workshops/Student seminars-View

Civil Engineering

GATE

SNo Roll No Name Score Year

MAT

SNo Roll No Name Score Year

GRE-TOFEL

SNo Roll No Name Score Year

Civil Engineering

IE

In this institution INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (INDIA) students' chapter was opened in Civil Engineering Department in the year 2017 with 117 student members. It is promoting co-operation amongst students and faculty for advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the field of Civil Engineering. The IE students' chapter committee constitutes the following members.

Designation Name
Members 1.P.B.S .Ayyappa
2.N.G.Lokesh (Asst.prof)
3.T.Teja (Asst.prof)
4.Y.Harika (Asst.prof)

Civil Engineering

Guest Lecturers

  • Guest Lectures Conducted in Civil Department for the academic year(2018-2019 Till Date):-View More
  • Guest Lectures Conducted in Civil Department for the academic year(2017-2018):-View More
  • Guest Lectures Conducted in Civil Department for the last 3 Academic Years(2014-2017):-View More

Civil Engineering

Extra-Curricular Activities

  • Extra Curricular Activities for the Academic year 2018-19-View More
  • Engineers' day celebration for the Academic year 2017-18-View More

Civil Engineering

Syllabus

  • The Civil Engineering Association popularly known as NICE ( Nifty Interfusion Of Civil Engineering ), was established in 2014 with a prime objective to proliferate knowledge & address industrial requirements by bringing corporate professionals , professors and other learned members to share their expertise with the students particular in common platform.

  • The Association aims to promote budding Civil Engineers by providing the much-needed latest knowledge exposure among them by organizing activities like technical seminars, research symposium, talks on ongoing research practices throughout the globe.
  • NICE to provide opportunity between college and industrial collaboration in order to know the latest industrial requirement and the need of research therein.

Civil Engineering

Syllabus

  • V18 Regulation - I & II SEM-View
  • V18 Regulation - III & IV SEM-View

Civil Engineering

Contact Info


  • Dr. G. Radhakrishnan,
  • Asst. Professor & Head of the Department
  • Mobile No : 6303154996
  • Phone No : 08818-284355(O)
  • Fax No : 08818-284322
  • Email : hod_civil@srivasaviengg.ac.in