About Department

The department of civil engineering came into existence in the year 2010. It offers both under graduate & post graduate courses. PG program in structural engineering started in 2015.Three new programs for PG – Geotechnical Engineering, Construction Project Management and Water Resources Management started in the year 2016.
The department is staffed with highly qualified and motivated faculties with various specializations coming from various reputed institutes and National Institutes like IIT’s, NIT’s, IISC’s etc. with a number of PhD and M. tech qualifications. They continue to strive for loftier goals by exploring new frontiers of knowledge for imparting the latest technical knowledge to the students. Faculties in the department have presented and published more than 400 research papers in National and International journals, conferences, workshops and seminars.
The department is having well equipped laboratories and latest software like STAAD-Pro, ETABS, GINT, GEO5, VISSIM for the benefit of students. Apart from the regular curriculum, customized training/workshops and conferences are being organized for faculties and students on regular basis to keep them at par with the current industry trends.
Various Funded Research Projects and Consultancy projects are also taken up. Department is contributing in two research projects funded by Royal Academy of Engineering under Newton Bhabha Fund – “To Reduce Water Consumption and Optimize Efficiency of Thermal Power Plants by Using Air Cooled Condensers”, “Green Refrigeration System Using Solar Energy”.
Students of the department are actively involved in various extracurricular activities and Entrepreneur Development activities. Majority of the graduates are well placed in India and abroad. Many of them have also gone for higher studies in the country and abroad.
Department has its own state of the art Environmental Audit Lab and which is under further development to conduct environment audits as per GPCB schedule 1 auditor under environmental audit scheme.