Civil Engineering

Introduction

The Department of Civil Engineering has been in existence since the inception of G.P. Beed in 1983 and has grown into a full fledged department with specialisations in all the major areas of Civil Engineering.

The Department has well-established Survey Lab, Hydraulics Lab, Applied Mechanics Lab, Transportation Lab, Environmental Engineering Lab, Geotechnical Engineering Lab, Construction Materials Lab. Various activities are organized to develop soft skills of the students such as Paper Presentation, Industrial Visits, and Expert Lectures, etc.

Civil engineers use the basic principles of motion, energy, and force to design and almost all products. Today’s civil engineers may work on advanced research and education in the broad areas of Geotechnical, Structural, Transportation, and Water Resources & Environmental Engineering.

Vision

To make competent Civil Engineering Professional with Ethical core values.

Mission

• To present scientific ,proactive ,emphatic, moral and optimistic technician to society.
• To build competence through hands-on experience with state-of-the-art planning and designing structures requirements of society and industry.
• To facilitate the students with an environment of academic freedom through student-centric learning approaches.
• To imbibe human values and ethics to make them socially responsible professionals.
• To provide theoretical and practical foundations besides design and development skills necessary for lifelong learning.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1.   Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to Civil engineering related broad-based prob-lems adapting professional ethics.
PEO 2.   Adapt state-of-the-art Civil engineering broad-based technologies to work in multi-disciplinary work envi-ronments.
PEO 3.   Solve broad-based problems individually and as a team member communicating effectively in the world of work.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

PO 1. Basic knowledge:
    Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, sciences and basic engineering to solve the broad-based Civil engineering problems.
PO 2. Discipline knowledge:
    Apply Civil engineering knowledge to solve broad-based Civil engineering related problems.
PO 3. Experiments and practice:
    Plan to perform experiments and practices to use the results to solve broad-based Civil engineering problems.
PO 4. Engineering tools:
    Apply relevant Civil technologies and tools with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 5. The engineer and society:
    Assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent respon-sibilities relevant to practice in field of Civil engineering.
PO 6. Environment and sustainability:
    Apply Civil engineering solutions also for sustainable development practic-es in societal and environmental contexts.
PO 7. Ethics:
    Apply ethical principles for commitment to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the prac-tice also in the field of Civil engineering.
PO 8. Individual and team work:
    Function effectively as a leader and team member in diverse/ multidisciplinary teams.
PO 9. Communication:
    Communicate effectively in oral and written form.
PO 10. Life-long learning:
    Engage in independent and life-long learning activities in the context of technological changes also in the Civil engineering and allied industry.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1. Construction Planning and Designing:
             Perform optimal civil engineering construction, planning and designing activities of desired quality at optimal cost.
PSO 2. Construction Execution and Maintenance:
             Execute civil engineering construction and maintenance using relevant materials and equipment.

Facilities

Sr. No. Name Number
01 Classroom 03
02 Laboratoris 09
03 Departmental Libraries 01

List Of Laboratories:

Sr. No Name of Lab Lab In charge Lab Assistant Major Equipments Area of Lab Cost of Lab
01 Applied Mechanics Lab Smt. S.S.Sirsavkar Mr.S.V. Bhalerao Law of Moments, Jib Crane, Single/Double Purchase Crab, Force Table Apparatus 132 sq.m 1,30,000/-
02 Strength Of Material Lab Smt. S.S.Sirsavkar Mr.S.V. Bhalerao Universal Testing M/c, Electronic Universal Testing M/c, Torsion Testing M/c, Izod & Charpy Impact Testing M/c 132 sq.m 08,78,000/-
03 Concrete Technology Smt. S.S.Sirsavkar Mr.S.V. Bhalerao Digital Compressive Testing M/c-200T,Tile Abrasion M/c, Los Angles Abrasion Testing M/c 108 sq.m 5,80,000/-
04 Geotechnical Engineering Lab Smt. S.S.Sirsavkar Mr.S.V. Bhalerao Universal Tri-axial Apparatus, CBR Test Apparatus, Large Direct Shear Test Apparatus, Plate Load Test Apparatus 108 sq.m 21,64,473/-
05 Public Health Engineering Lab Smt. S.S.Kale Mr. S.S.Joshi BOD/COD Test Apparatus, Digital Turbidity Meter, Drinking Water Quality Test Apparatus 36 sq.m 2,02,000/-
06 Surveying Lab Mr. J.F.Syed Mr. S.S.Joshi Total Station, Auto Level Digital Planimeter, Dumpy Level, Digital Theodolite, Electronic Distance Meter, Plane Table 96 sq.m 14,70,000/-
07 Transportation Engineering Lab Mr. A.G.Jadhav Mr. S.S.Joshi Flakiness Index Apparatus, Elongation Index Apparatus 72 sq.m ----
08 Computer Lab Mr.D.B.Karwar Mr. S.S.Joshi HP Computers, Autodesk Software, Projector, Laser Printer 72 sq.m 15,98,000/-
09 Building Model Lab Mr.D.B.Karwar Mr. S.S.Joshi Different Types Staircase, Different Types of Window/ Door, Truss Bridge etc. 72 sq.m 1,00,000/-

Faculties:

Sr.No Name Designation Qualification Contact No. Email id Profile
01 Mr. R. P. Barhate HOD M.Tech 7038591711 rajendrakumarbarhate2018@gmail.com View
02 Mrs. S. S. Kale Lecturer M.E. 9422484963 shailajakale2002@gmail.com View
03 Mr. J. F. Syed Lecturer BE 9822099762 syedj125@gmail.com View
04 Mr. A. G. Jadhav Lecturer B.Tech 9665274871 anandjadhav015@gmail.com View
05 Mr. D. B. Karwar Lecturer ME 9623517547 datta.karwar@gmail.com View

Faculties:- Applied Mechanics

Sr.No Name Designation Qualification Contact No. Email id Profile
01 Mr. S. S. Shirsavkar I/c,HOD, Lect M.E. 9421282442 shambhavi_shirsavkar@rediffmail.com View