Department of Civil and Engineering

HOD Profile

The Department of Civil Engineering is headed by Mr. B.Satyanarayana with 10 years of teaching experience. He did his B.E in Civil Engineering from S.R.K.R Engineering College, Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh and M.Tech in Transportation Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad and Pursuing Ph.D in JNTU Kakinada. Under his leadership the department is strengthen by well experienced and highly qualified teaching faculty and non-teaching staff. The Department of Civil Engineering of RCCE was established with vision to became the finest centers of advanced research and training in the field of civil engineering and pro-active in industrial interaction and technology.

Mr. B.Satyanarayana B.E, M.Tech (Ph.D)
civilhod@rcee.ac.in
Department Profile

The Department of Civil Engineering of RCE was established with vision to became the finest centers of advanced research and training in the field of civil engineering and pro-active in industrial interaction and technology.Civil Engineers build the world’s infrastructure, which encompasses Railways, Highways, Bridges, Water-works, Skyscrapers, Canals, Wharves, Industrial Buildings, Rapid Transit Systems, and Power Plants etc. They deal with the design, construction, maintenance and repair of structures. There are opportunities galore for civil engineers, with new players entering the market and more large-scale developments announced around the globe. In RCCE , the four-year B. Tech program of the Department is dedicated to delivering technically proficient and ethically responsible engineers to the society.Top notch laboratory resources are essential for the development of a modern day technocrat. The Department boasts of well equipped labs, manned by highly competent staff. The various laboratories that come under the purview of the Department of Civil Engineering are Strength of Materials Lab, Hydraulics Lab, Survey Lab, Geotechnical Engineering Lab, Concrete Technology Lab, Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Lab and Transportation Engineering Lab,GIS &CAD Lab and Engineering Geology Lab.

Goals of Department:
Short Term Goals:
  1. To Full Fill The Needs Of Society And To Meet Global Requirements In The Field Of Civil Engineering Areas By Introducing Innovative Technologies.
  2. To Improve Academic Performance Of Students Using Latest And Creative Methods Of Learning Have To Be Introduced.
  3. To Motivate The Students To Participate In Conferences ,Seminars, Project Expos And Work Shops.
Long Term Goals:
  1. Creating the centre of excellence for research and development in the field of civil engineering.
  2. Providing consultancy services for both public and private sectors.
  3. Establishing industry and institute interaction and to become solution provider for real time problems in the industry
  4. Acquiring the sponsored projects from various agencies
  5. Creating the spirit of entrepreneurship among the students
vision-image

To impart knowledge and excellence in civil engineering and technology with global standards who can contribute for the construction of a better society with eco friendly environment to build our nation with capabilities of accepting new challenges

mission-image

To impart quality education in civil engineering to make them globally competent. To serve society and nation by providing professional civil engineering leadership to find solution to community, regional and global problems and accept new challenges in rapidly changing technology.Engineers with self-confidence and innovative thinking to meet the satisfaction level of all stake holders.

PEO 1: To provide a solid foundation to build a professional career, take-up higher studies with sound knowledge in Mathematics, Science and Civil Engineering along with fundamentals in programming, modeling and design to acquire problem solving skills with global competence.
PEO 2: To instill strong ethical values and leadership qualities in graduates that makes them socially responsible citizens.
PEO 3: To produce the students who can analyze any real life problem and design structures which are not only safe, eco-friendly and economical but also socially acceptable.
PEO 4: To produce the students who excel as an entrepreneur by adapting lifelong learning practices and facing the challenges with acquired knowledge through research and development and innovative thinking.
PSO 1 : An Ability to recognize the Global issues like Green initiatives and Alternate Energy Sources and relate the civil engineering solutions to meet such requirements.
PSO 2 : An ability to take technology to village and to recognize the rural requirements.
PSO 3 : An ability to become an entrepreneur or related industry or be able to get qualified in competitive examinations like GATE, PSUs, CAT, GMAT, GRE, etc.
Laboratories

Laboratory education is an important part of the engineering curricula. The Department of Civil Engineering is having well established laboratories catering the needs of B.Tech. programme. Laboratory courses are designed to support theoretical concepts taught. All the laboratories are equipped well. Project works, dissertation works and thesis works are supported by the laboratories. The following are the main laboratories in the department.

 
SURVEY LAB
  1. The main objective of surveying lab is to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to understand the measurement techniques and equipment used in land surveying and for preparation of maps and plans showing the relative position of existing features by which areas, volumes and other related quantities are determined.
  2. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course of surveying
  3. We can do this lab in the semester II-I




FLUID MECHANICS LAB
  1. This laboratory provides exposures to students to understand key concepts and fundamental principles together with the assumptions made in their development, pertaining to fluid behaviour both in static and dynamic conditions
  2. It deal effectively with practical engineering situations and this lab includes fluid properties and statics,conservation laws of mass, momentum and energy; flow in pipes , open channels pumps and turbine , external flow (lift and drag) ,impacts of jets ,hydraulic jump and calibration of orifice meter and venturimeter .
  3. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course of fluid mechanics
  4. We can do this lab in the semester II-II


STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB
  1. The objective of the strength of materials lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments.
  2. Tests such as standard tension, compression and torsion tests of ferrous, nonferrous metals, and concrete. Includes experimental techniques and application of strain gauges ,dial gauges and study of beams.
  3. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course of strength of materials.
  4. We can do this lab in the semester II-I


CONCTRETE TECHNOLOGY LAB
  1. The objective of concrete technology laboratory is to determine the physical properties of building construction materials like cement, fine and coarse aggregate.
  2. The tests include determination of specific gravity, fineness, normal consistency, setting times, workability and soundness of cement, fineness modulus of fine and coarse aggregate, bulking of sand ,strength of cement concrete and compaction factor of cement concrete , flexural strength on concrete and non destructive test on concrete.
  3. The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction. They can design the mix, make the specimens and test the same for the strength for comparison with design strength.
  4. We can do this lab in the semester III-I




ENIVERONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB
  1. The objective of this laboratory is to determine the qualities of water and waste water. The experiments include the determination of pH, turbidity, conductivity, and impurities in water and BOD, DO and COD of waste water and pollution level of water.
  2. The highlight of this laboratory is the spectrophotometer.
  3. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course environmental engineering and decide whether the water body is polluted or not with reference to the state parameters and estimation of the strength of the sewage in terms of BOD and COD
  4. We can do this lab in the semester IV-I




GIS & CAD LAB
  1. The objective of GIS & CAD lab is to introduce image processing and GIS software, familiarize structural analysis software, understand the process of digitization, creation of thematic mapfrom toposheets and maps
  2. Learn to apply GIS software to simple problems in water resources and transportation engineering and learn to analyse 2 D and 3D frame steel tubular truss using structuralanalysis software.and learn to analyse and design retaining wall and simple towers.
  3. We can do this lab in the semester IV-I



GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB
  1. The objective of Geotechnical laboratory is to determine the physical and engineering properties of soil which are required for suitable design of foundations for any structure.
  2. Physical properties include specific gravity, moisture content, density and consistency limits namely, liquid, plastic and shrinkage limits of soil. The engineering properties include permeability, consolidation, compressibility, shear strength and bearing capacity of soil. In this laboratory both laboratory and in-situ experiments can be conducted.
  3. This laboratory course will help the students understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course Geotechnical Engineering
  4. We can do this lab in the semester III-II



TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB
  1. The objective of highway materials laboratory is to determine some of the properties of coarse aggregates and bitumen.
  2. Experiments include tests for impact , abrasion , attrition test and crushing strength for coarse aggregate and tests for penetration, ductility, viscosity, softening point and flash and fire point for bitumen.
  3. The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction of road. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course transportation engineering
  4. We can do this lab in the semester III-I



TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB
  1. The objective of this laboratory is to study the geologic factors that affect the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance of different civil engineering structures.
  2. In this laboratory, physical properties of minerals and rocks, geological properties like strike and dip of the bedding planes and study of different maps can be carried out.
  3. The basic ideas, learned about the geological conditions in a location will enable the students for proper design of foundations, location of ground water and design of structures for earthquake resistance.
  4. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course engineering Geology.
  5. We can do this lab in the semester III-I



Sl.No. Name of the Staff Designation Qualifications Total Experience Profile
1 Dr. K SRIDEVI PROFESSOR M.E,Ph.D 13 view
2 SATYANARAYANA BALE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR M.Tech,(Ph.D) 11 view
3 B.SATISH KUMAR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR M.Tech 8 view
4 CH.VEEROTTAM KUMAR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 8 view
5 A.SUDHEER ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 3 view
6 M. SARIKA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 4 view
7 B.N.V.D.S.PRAKASH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 3 view
8 J.JAYA LAKSHMI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 1 view
9 K.BHUVANA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 1 view
10 D.LEELA PRASAD ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Tech 1 view
Regulation Year
R16 1st Year
R13 1-1
R13 1-2
R13 2-1
R13 2-2
R13 3-1
R13 3-2
R13 4-1
R13 4-2
Placements
NIRMAN- Civil Engineers Association

Initially the Technical Association is under the name of Civilize Students, for that in 2017 the name of the NIRMANAssociation. This association is rising under the guidance of the chairman Prof.B.Satayanarayana, the HOD-CE. Every year this function is organizing technical seminars among intra department and inter department by the students of third year guided by the staff co-ordinator Mr.A.Sudheer. All the Students from all the years actively participate by extending their full support. In this function the Management extends their helping hand in the form of Medals ,Merit Certificates and support. The Association activities give wide scope and perpetual inspiration to the all-round development of students in CE conducting career development programs, Seminars, Quiz, Industrial Visits, Paper Contests, Group Discussions, Guest Lectures, Career Guidance sessions and games to enhance interpersonal and intrapersonal skills of students. Theassociation activities provide knowledge of present technologies development, advancement, etc. in Department of Civil Engineering.

Department Library

The Department Library consists of 92 Volumes of Text Books the books will be utilized by the department faculty can take the books for reference. They can avail the facility in college hours.


Books Details


S.No Title Authors Publication
1 Theory of Structures B.C.PUNMIA Laxmi publications
2 Theory of Structures S.Ramamrutham Dhanpat Rai
3 Concrete Technology M.S.Shetty S.Chand
4 Building Construction> B.C.PUNMIA Laxmi Publications
5 Geotechical Engineering B M DAS Laxmi Publicatios
6 Water and Waste Water gineering Mark J Hammer PHI Learning
7 Surveying S.K.Duggal MC Graw Hill Educatio
8 Surveying B.C.PUNMIA Laxmi Publications
9 Surveying C.Venkataramaiah Universities Press
10 Strength of Materials Dr. Sadhu Singh Khanna Publishers
11 Strength of Materials S.Ramamruthem Dhanpat Rai
12 Building Planning and Drawing N.Kumarswamy Charotar publishing
13 Basic Structural Analysis C.S.Reddy Mc Graw Hill
14 Analysis of structures V.N.Vazirani Khanna Publisher
15 Stuctural Analysis-I S.S.Bavikatti Vikas Publishing
16 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Dr.R.K.Bansal Laxmi Publications
17 Mechanics of Fluids Merle c Potter Cengage Learning
18 Engineering Fluid Mechanics R.J.Garde Scitech Publications
19 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines R.S.Khurmi S.Chand
20 Hydraulics James F Cruise Cengage Learning
21 Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics including Hydraulic Machines Dr.P.N.Modi Rajinder Kumar Jain
22 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines R.K.Bansal Laxmi Publicati
23 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines R.K.Rajput S.Chand
24 Introduction to finite elements in Engineering Tirupathi R.handrupatla Ashoke K. Ghosh
25 Finite Element Methiod with applications in Engineering Y.M.Desai Dorling Kindersky
26 Finite element Analysis in Engineering S.Md.Jalaludeen M.Sethuraaman,Anuradha Publications
27 Finite element Analysis in Engineering Singiresu & S.Rao Elsevier
28 Engineering Mathematics-III Lajpat Rai Hi-Tech publisher
29 Engineering Mathematics-II U.M.Swamy Anurag Jain
30 Engineering Mathematics-I S.K.V.S. Sriramachary B.S.Publications
31 Higher Engineering Mathematics B.S.Grewel Khanna Publisher
32 Advanced Engineering Mathematics Michael Greenberg Dorling Kindersky
33 Engineering Mechanics R.S.Khurmi S.Chand
34 Engineering Mechanics R.K.Bansal Laxmi Publications
35 Engineering Mechanics S.Timoshenko Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
36 Engineering Drawing B.V.R.Gupta Krishan Mukhijuni
37 Ground Water S.Ramakrishnan V.Ramesh
38 Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning R.S.Agarwal S.Chand
39 Quantitative aptitude R.S.Agarwal S.Chand
40 Basic Electrical Engineering T.K.Nagsarkar Oxford University Press
41 Principles of Electrical Engineering V.K.Mehta S.Chand
42 Basic Electrical Engineering M.S.Naidu Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
43 Electrical Technology B.L.Theraja S.Chand
44 Strength of Materials E.V.R.K.Rajput S.Chand
45 Strength of Materials R.S.Khurmi S.Chand
46 Strength of Materials Bhavikatti Vikas Publishing
47 Strength of Materials Dr.R.K.Bansal Laxmi Publications
48 Strength of Materials S.Ramamrutham Dhanpat Rai
49 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis P.Vijayakumar Cengage Learning
50 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis D.N.duivedi Vikas Publications
51 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis A.R.Aryasri Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
52 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis A.R.Aryasri Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
53 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis A.R.Aryasri Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
54 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis Ahmed Waheedullah Cengage Learning
55 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis William Mendenhall The Hitech publications
56 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis M.B.K.Moorthy M.R.Purushotham
57 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis K.Murugesan M.Sethuraaman,Anuradha Publications
58 Manageral Economics and Financial Analysis Dr.Shahnaz Bathul V.G.S.BOOK Links
59 Building Designing and Scheduling Gurcharan Singh N.C.Jain
60 Water Power Engineering R.K.Sharma S.Chand
61 Engineering Mechanics Basudeb Battacharyya Oxford University Press
62 Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics Andrew Pytel Cengage Learning
63 Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics A.K.Tayal Umesh Publications
64 Engineering Drawing K.L.Narayana V.Ramesh
65 Environmental Studies R.Raja Gopalan Maruthi Publications
66 Environmental Studies Oxford University Press
67 Experiments in Fluid Mechanics Sarbjit Singh Ashoke K. Ghosh
68 Engineering Mechanics Dhananjay A Jolhe Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
69 Engineering Mathematics-III Dr.T.K.V.Iyengar S.Chand
70 Strength of Materials W.A.Nash Tata Mc Graw Hill Education
71 Engineering Geology N.Chenna Kesavulu Trinity Press
72 Engineering Geology Lab Manual Dr.N.Chena Kesavulu Trinity Press
73 Managing Organisational Behaviour Dr.V.S.P.Rao Trinity Press
74 Reinforced Concrete Structures Shah ad Kale Trinity press
75 Concrete Technology Dr.Aminul Islam Laskar University Science Press
76 Limit State Design Dr.B.C.Punmia Laxmi Publications
77 Building Materials Gate Master's Academy
78 Environmentall Engineering Gate Master's Academy
79 Design of Steel Structures Gate Master's Academy
80 Structural Analysis Gate Master's Academy
81 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Gate Master's Academy
82 Indian Economy Gate Master's Academy
83 Biological Science Gate Master's Academy
84 Indian Geography Gate Master's Academy
85 Indian Polity Gate Master's Academy
86 Boilogical Science Gate Master's Academy
87 Indian Polity Gate Master's Academy
88 Indian History Gate Master's Academy
89 Physical ScienceS Gate Master's Academy
90 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Gate Master's Academy
91 Strength of Materials Gate Master's Academy
92 Transportation Engineering Gate Master's Academy
Academic Calendars
Academic Year Link
R16 - I Click Here
R16 - II Click Here
R16 - III Click Here
R13 - IV Click Here
Contact Information

All the Parents are intimated that every student is assigned with a Faculty counselor where you can get the information of your child regarding his/her Results, Attendance, and Discipline etc.

Academic Year: 2018-19/ I Sem

class : I Year

S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 18ME1A0101- 120 Dr. D. PRASANNA 9944445378
2 18ME1A0121- 140 Mrs. DURGA VYSHNAVI 9948436945
3 18ME1A0141- 160 Dr. K.V. PADMAPRIYA 9705020457

Academic Year: 2018-19/ I Sem

class : II Year

S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 17ME1A0101-17ME1A0129 Mr. CH. VEEROTTAM KUMAR 8686100909
2 17ME1A0130-17ME1A0160 Ms. J. JAYA LAKSHMI 9493736945

Academic Year: 2018-19/ I Sem

class : III Year

S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 16ME1A0101-16ME1A0132
17ME5A0101-17ME5A0103
Ms. K. BHUVANA 9494087770
2 17ME5A0104-17ME5A0135 Mr. A.SUDHEER 8555096899

Academic Year: 2018-19/ I Sem

class : IV Year

S. NO Hall Ticket Number Name of the Counsellor Contact No.
1 14ME1A0139
157C1A0101, 157C1A0103
15ME1A0101-15ME1A0134
Mr. D. LEELA PRASAD 8555009743
2 15ME1A0135-15ME1A0153
16ME5A0101-16ME5A0119
Mr. B.N.V.D.S. PRAKASH 9550900913

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