Department Of Civil Engineering
The Civil Engineering Programme is established in the year 1983 with intake 60 in Regular Shift. The intake is increased by 60 in 2013.The second Shift is started in 2012 with intake 60. The Programme is already accredited in 2002 with Grade B by NBA. The Programme has highly qualified and senior faculty members. Programme has received grants of rupees 9 lakh under MODROB in 1999 for SCAAD lab. The Programme has worked as project institute for model answer preparation related to MSBTE Exam. Active participation of faculty was in Carrier on wheels. This project was sponsored by MSBTE to institute. Faculty development training programme are also conducted by Programme in 2010 and 2011.
Civil Engineering study includes planning, designing, construction, maintenance and supervision of infrastructures. The infrastructures includes construction of bungalows apartment, Schools, hospitals, highways, railway, public health, Dams and canal Which involve facilities essential to modern life like highways, bridges and tunnels, schools, hospitals, airports and other buildings, sewage systems and water treatment facilities Programme also takes active part in improvement of existing infrastructure within the campus.
Vision & Mission:
To serve the society in the field of civil engineering.
M1- Effective implementation of teaching learning process in classroom and laboratories
M2- To provide skilled manpower to construction industry and society.
M3- To have regular interaction with local and nearby industry for knowing current needs and Development.
|Sr. No.||Name of Faculty||Designation||Qualification||Email id|
|1||Padamwar Bhimashanker Manikrao||In charged HOD||M.E. Civil Water Management, BE Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Bochare Chandrakant Punjaram||Sr. Lecturer||BE Civilemail@example.com|
|3||Patil Vijay Jankiram||Sr. Lecturer||M.E. Civil Engineering Environmental, B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Satpute Manesh Badshah||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilemail@example.com|
|5||Rajebhosale Sambhaji Hanumantrao||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Deshmukh Nileshkumar Babanrao||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Engineering Environmental, MBA Human Resource Management, FIV, B.E Civilemail@example.com|
|7||Abhale Rahul Bansi||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|8||Chitalkar Shankar Goraksh||Lecturer||B.E Civilemail@example.com|
|9||Hase Umesh Chandrabhan||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|10||Pansare Amol Sampat||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Engineering Environmental, B.E Civilemail@example.com|
|11||Navale Sandip Laxman||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|12||Varpe Akshay Babasaheb||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilemail@example.com|
|13||Thorat Sharad Navnath||Lecturer||B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|14||Kolhe Komal Rushikesh||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Structural Engineering, B.E Civilemail@example.com|
|15||Shepal Sushilkumar Dagadu||Lecturer||M.E. Civil Const. Engg.& Mgt., B.E Civilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Academic Year 2020-21:
1.Concrete Desk slab
2.Failure analysis of steel structures subjected to Earthquake loads by STAAD PRO
3.Zero Energy buildings
5. Highway network system
Academic Year 2019-20:
1.Under water construction
2.Equal water distribution system
4.Recycling of demolished structure materials
5.Rural road development
6.Smart traffic light control system
|Sr. No.||Name of Company||Area of collaboration|
|1||Mandlik Infracon PVT. LTD.||Surveying|
|2||K K Thorat Construction||Civil Engineer & Govt. Contractor|
|3||VBP Construction||Civil Engineer & Govt. Contractor|
Department Result:Topper List (A.Y.2020-21)
|Sr. No.||Year||Name of Student||Percentage|
|1||First Year||Kawade Sai Vilas||86.30 %|
|2||Second Year||Kambale Aditya Balasaheb||83.12 %|
|3||Third Year||Ayesha Imran Hakim||96.42 %|
|Sr. No.||Year||Name of Student||Percentage|
|1||Second Year||Bhamare Shubham Dilip||79.41 %|
|2||Third Year||Shreya Pramod Bhalerao||88.63 %|
Programme Patent / Publication
Faculty member has taken part in patent publication with student.
1. Publication :- Patent Application Publication (19) India
2. Application number : 201721038433A
3. Date of publication – 10/11/2017
4. Date of filling application – 30/10/2017
5. Page no: 39
6. Title of the invention: SLIDER IRRIGATION SYSTEM (SIS).
7. Names of Applicant.
2) Hitesh Sandip Kothawade (Student)
3) Harshal Jitendra Wagh
4) Dhirajkumar Sukhwasi Lal
5) Dr.Arunkumar Dwivedi
6) Dr.Aniruddha Chatterjee
Department Distinguished Alumni:
|Sr. No.||Alumni||Passing Year||Achievement Details|
|1||Amit V Pandit||1986||Chairmen Amrutvahini Bank|
|2||Ramhari M Katore||1986||ZP member and Govt. Contractor|
|3||Keshav K Thorat||1986||Govt. Contractor PWD|
|4||DR. Kishore Sable||1986||Consultancy and govt. Conractor|
|5||Dhole Dipak D||1998||Asst. Engineer PWD|
|6||Sandeep Pekhale||1998||Jr.Engg. PWD|
|7||Mahadev Khoje||1999||Asst. Engineer MERI NASHIK|
|8||Mukesh Godase||1999||Jr. Engg. BMC|
|9||Suresh Khemnar||2001||Jr. Engineer PWD|
|10||Ganesh Hase||2003||AE Irrigation Engineering.|
|11||Vijay R. Kadanar||2006||Jr. Engg. CPWD|
|12||Shubham Wackchaure||2014||Asst. Town planning department|
|13||Dighe Sachin||2015||R & D Bajaj Auto Pune|
|14||Shinde Tushar||2015||Designer - Tata Technology Pune|
|15||Dighe Jyoti||2016||Jr. Manager Cummins Engine, Phaltan|
PO1. Basic and Discipline specific knowledge:
Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
PO2. Problem analysis:
Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
PO3. Design/ development of solutions:
Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
PO4. Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing:
Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
PO5. Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment:
Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
PO6. Project Management:
Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
PO7. Life-long learning:
Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.
PSO1. Construction Planning and Designing:
Perform optimal civil engineering construction, planning and designing activities of desired quality at optimal cost.
PSO2. Construction Execution and Maintenance:
Execute civil engineering construction and maintenance using relevant materials and equipment.
Department PEO’s:The following are the Program Educational Objectives of Civil Engineering Graduates.
Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to civil engineering related broad based problems adopting professional ethics.
Adapt the state of art civil engineering broad based technologies to work in multidisciplinary work environments.
Solve broad based problems individually & as a team members communicating effectively in the field of work.
The lab provides practical knowledge of working of various civil engineering structures. It consist models of different structure are helpful to explain component and mechanism in civil engineering Various models of highway engineering, railway engineering, irrigation engineering, public health engineering, and building constructions are available Slow Sand Filter, Rapid Sand Filter, Symbol Model, Masonry Arch Bridge, Stone Arch Bridge, Earthen Dam, Floating Bridge, Roof Truss, Door And Windows, Flush Door, Dog and open newel Stair, King And Queen Post truss.
Field Practical’s in Basic survey and Advanced survey are performed by using different survey instrument Electronic Total Station (Accuracy 5 sec), Vernier Transit Theodolite (Accuracy 20 sec), Quick setting Dumpy Level, level etc. Total Station , Theodolite ,Auto Level ,Dumpy Level ,Prismatic and Surveyor’s Compass ,Open Cross Staff Box Sextant ,Prism Square ,Line Ranger , Planimeter Optical Square ,Ranging Rod Levelling Staff.
Engineering Mechanics Lab
The Equipment in the lab are related to sample lab involves study of basic equipment's of applied mechanics Parallelogram, Polygon Law of Forces and differential axle and wheel ,Centre of Gravity ,Various Simple Lifting Machine ,Equilibrium Condition Of Parallel Forces ,Static & Dynamic Friction.
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
The lab include various practical’s such as coarse and fine sieves, Liquid limit apparatus, shrinkage limit apparatus core cutter, sand replacement equipment , standard proctor test apparatus, oven.
Concrete Technology Lab
Practicals on cement, wet and hardened concrete Students are actively involved in studying the behaviour of concrete through designing and testing concrete mixes. Concrete is tested for consistency while fresh and for strength after curing and hardening. A 3000KN Digital Compression testing Machine, Curing Tank, Flexural beam testing machine Vibrating table, Abrasion testing machine, Concrete mixture, Aggregate impact value apparatus, Aggregate crushing value apparatus, Vibrating machine, Electronic weight balance, Ultra Sonic NDT Equipment, Rebound hammer.
Environment Engineering Lab
The primary objective of this lab is to demonstrate environmental engineering testing procedures. Students contribute through water testing procedures to build a pollution database of the nearby rivers.
Practical’s related to hydraulics statics and dynamics are conducted following equipment are used in this laboratory.
1. Orifice Meter
2. Notches App.
3. Reynolds No.
4. Venturimeter App.
5. Water Current Meter
6. Losses in Pipe Friction App.
7. Verification of Burnoll's Theorem
8. Reciprocating Pump
9. Reynolds Numbers
Material Testing Lab
• Universal Testing M/C
• Compression Testing M/C
• Izod Impact Testing M/C
• Physical Weight box