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Civil Engineering is an evergreen discipline as whatever field of engineering one wishes to pursue as a career, the basics of Civil Engineering come in handy in the effective design, development and optimization of equipment and devices used in any industrial activity. Keeping in mind cutthroat competition in the industries and to cater the needs of Civil engineers in the industries of Gujarat and beyond.

CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT – HISTORY

Sr.No Particular Details
1 Year of Establishment 2012
2 Students Intake 180
3 Present Students 183+148+63=394
4 Introduction of PG (Transportation Engineering) 2014
5 Students intake in PG 18

Program Educational Objectives

  • Graduates will attain a record of engagement in civil engineering or other fields that require analytical and/or professional abilities.
  • Graduates will attain a record of continuing professional development.
  • Graduates will attain a record of contributions to their fields, professions, or society.

Program Goals

The civil engineering degree program seeks to prepare students to be successful professionals recognized for their:

  • Critical thinking and problem solving based on a fundamental knowledge of humanities, social sciences, mathematics, science, engineering science and a broad range of civil engineering technical areas;
  • Consideration of global and societal concerns, ethics, and sustainability when making engineering decisions;
  • Leadership and effective communication;
  • Civic engagement and contributions to society; and
  • Pursuit of lifelong learning and professional development.

Vision:

  • To achieve excellence in Civil Engineering education, research and continuous learning for creating competent professionals and resources to society.

Mission :

  • The department actively promotes and encourages the students to excel in Civil Engineering and become competent professionals in the field to contribute in the development of the region and the nation at large by administering quality teaching, assigning socially relevant projects and research work apart from skill development programs for life-long learners.

Student outcomes describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that students acquire as they progress through the program. The civil and construction engineering program will produce graduates who have:

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  • An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  • An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  • An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • An ability to communicate effectively.
  • The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  • A knowledge of contemporary issues.
  • An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  • Career in CE is considered one of the most high-paying jobs and is full of opportunities; particularly when India’s prowess in Construction industry is recognized across the globe.
  • The pool of talented civil engineers working in construction companies of the USA and Canada shows that CE can take a person to higher levels. Numerous construction companies from India employ huge number of civil professionals in their Indian and overseas office.Actually, many opportunities are there, some of it are listed below:

The Admission of Engineering courses have been done by the Admission Committee for Professional Courses of State Government for 75% seats and remaining 25% seats have been filled up by Management Quota as per the rules & regulations of Admission Committee for Professional Courses of the State Government.

For Admission Guidline refer website of Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC).

Branch Intake State Quota Management Qouta
BE – Civil Engineering 180 75% 25%
ME – Civil Engineering 18 75% 25%
Sr No Name Qualification Specialization Designation
1 Dr.J.N.Shah Ph.D Structural Design, Steel Design Professor
2 Prof.M.R.Bhatt M.Tech Trannsportation Engineering Professor
3 Bhavin Jayvantkumar Punjani M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor & HOD
4 Jiten Bipinkumar Thaker M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor
5 Praful Anandbhai Shinkar M.Tech. M.Tech.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor
6 Manorama Amarnath Mishra M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor
7 Hiren Dhirajlal Ramani M.E. M.E.(Construction Project management) Assistant Professor
8 Prashant Hansrajbhai Lakkad M.E. M.E.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor
9 Rahul Motilal Kasundra M.E. M.E.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor
10 Ashraf Mahmad Mathakiya M.E. M.E.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor
11 Akshay Bipinchandra Ardeshana M.E. M.E.(Construction Project management) Assistant Professor
12 Nishant Mathuresh Sarraf M.Tech. M.Tech.(Hydro power Enginrring) Assistant Professor
13 Mayursinh Bhikhubha Jadeja M.E. M.E.(Transportation Enginrring) Assistant Professor
14 Sandip Mayurbhai Rathod M.E. M.E.(Structural Enginrring) Teaching Assistant
15 Purti Laljibhai Solanki M.E. M.E.(Transportation Engineering) Assistant Professor
16 Mayank Mahendrabhai Parekh M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor
17 Kishan P Pala M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor
18 Priyanka Mehta M.E. M.E.(Transportaion Engineering) Assistant Professor
19 Keval J Shah M.E. M.E.(Construction Project management) Assistant Professor
20 Umang Aniruddhbhai Koyani M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor
21 Pratik Viramgama M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Assistant Professor
22 Ashvin Raval Diploma Dipl(civil engineering) Lab Assistant
23 Jagniyant Lunaariya B.E. B.E.(Civil engineering) Lab Assistant
24 Devang Sarvaiya M.E. M.E.(Structural Engineering) Teaching Assistant

Papers Published

NAME OF PUBLICATION  TITLE YEAR OF PUBLICATION ISSN NO. IMPACT FACTOR
International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing Fugitive Dust It’s Impact , Modeling and Remedies 2016 2321-3361 5.611
International Journal for Scientific Research & Development Delay Estimation & Development of model for Urban Arterial Road 2016 2321-0613 2.39
International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development Feeder Route between Kamrej and Surat Station: An Alternate to GSRTC Route 2016 2348-4470 4.14
Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research Study on Position of Outrigger System in Tall Structure 2016 2349-5162 3.51
International Journal for Scientific Research & Development Performance Evaluation of RMTS Bus Routes by using Multi Criteria Decision Making Method 2016 2321-0613 2.39
International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Research Experimental Investigation on Replacement of Aggregates by Kota Stone Chips in Solid Concrete Block 2016 2455-1392 3.468
International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development Study of Improved Performance of Aerated Autoclave Concrete Block using GGBF 2016 2348-4470 4.14
International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research Quantifying the Soil Flexibility Effect for Elevated Storage Reservoir by Pushover Analysis 2016 2229-5518 3.8
International Conference on: “Engineering: Issues, Opportunities and Challenges for development” Improvement in Compressive Strength of Concrete by Inclusion of Bacillious Pesturi Bacteria 2016 978-81-929339-3-1 1.625
International Journal of Futuristic Trends in Engineering & Technology Identification if Black Spot on SH-24- A case study of Madhapar chowk to Hadala 2016 2348-4071 2.802
International Journal for Scientific Research & Development Design for Integrated storm water Drainage system of Rural road 2016 2321-0613 2.39
Recent Trends in Engineering, Management & Pharmacy A survey on Usage of Wastage Materials in Production of Aerated Autoclave Concrete 2016 978-93-5254-682-4 1.49
Recent Advances in Civil Engineering  (RACE-2016) Simulation of Rainfall Runoff modeling using HEC-HMS for Purna Sub-basin 2016 978-93-85056-81-9 1.0
Science Direct Evaluation of Socio-Economic Impact of City Bus Services in Developing Countires 2016 00(2017)000-000 2.758
International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering & Technology Review on Alteration of Surat GSRTC Route 2016 2394-4099 3.632
International Conference on Research, Design and Development in Engineering Management & Science A Review of Eco Friendly Blocks Production by Using Kota Stone Chips 2016 0974-3588 1.93
International Conference on Research, Design and Development in Engineering Management & Science A Critical Literature Review on Gainful Utilization of Bacteria in Construction Industry 2016 0974-3588 1.93
International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development A Survey on Sustainability and Use of GGBF in Civil Engineering Applications 2015 2348-4470 3.13
International Journal of Transportation Engineering & Traffic System Development of a Methodology for Evaluation of Comparative Performance of Alternate Public Transportation System in India Cities 2015 17-27 2.68
National Conference on “ Strategic Perspectives and Advancements in Civil Engineering” A Systematic Approach for Evaluation of Comparative Performance of Public Transport Service in Indian Cities 2015 978-0-8294-4370-7 1.409
International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development Cost Optimization of V-type Folded Plate Roof 2015 2348-4470 3.134

 

International Journal of Advanced Engineering & Research Development A Consecutive Modal Pushover procedure for nonlinear static analysis of symmetric plan of high rise building to compare the pile and raft foundation 2015 2348-4470 3.134
Paripex-Indian Journal of Research A Study of Groundwater balance in command area of Machuchu-1 Dam 2015 2250-1991 3.416

Primary Goal of Research Activity is make aware with Emerging Trends & Technologies. Since last many years the consultancy services has been formed in Civil Engineering Department. At Present we are working on many material testing works (i.e RMC, L&T, Private Contractors etc.)

Example:

  • Cement and concrete testing
  • Sand and aggregate testing
  • Concrete mix design

LIST OF RANKER STUDENTS

3rd Semester

Full Name: PARMAR SANTOSH DINESHBHAI
Branch: (With Specialization*) CIVIL ENGINEERING
Year: 2016 Admission Year
CPI: 9.55
Percentage: 90.5%
University Rank: (If any)
College Rank: 3rd
Gold Medalist: (If any)


5th Semester

Full Name: DHOLA MAULIK RAMESHBHAI
Branch: (With Specialization*) CIVIL ENGINEERING
Year: 2014 Admission Year
CPI: 9.22
Percentage: 87.20%
University Rank: (If any)
College Rank: 9th
Gold Medalist: (If any)


7th Semester

Full Name: Kathiriya Satish Ashokbhai
Branch: (With Specialization*) CIVIL ENGINEERING
Year: 2013 Admission Year
CPI: 8.92
Percentage: 84.20%
University Rank: (If any)
College Rank:
Gold Medalist: (If any)

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS:

1)         TOURNAMENT: – Open Doubles Tennis Tournament 

DATE: – 6/1/2017 TO 8/1/2017

VENUE: -Summer Club, Jamnagar

PARTENER NAME :- Jaydeep Chudasama

STATUS :- Champions

PRIZES :- Cash Price of Worth 4000 rs…!!

2)         TOURNAMENT :-  Open Saurashtra Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament

DATE :- 1/2/2017 TO 2/2/2017

VENUE :- Dhanduka

PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Kanti Bhai, Arpit Fultariya, Dilip Bhai, Bhavin Bhai

STATUS :- Champions

PRIZES :- Cash Price of Worth 11,000 rs…!!

 

3)         TOURNAMENT :-  Open Kadvapatel Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament

DATE :- 7/2/2017 TO 8/2/2017

VENUE :- Gathila Temple

PLAYERS NAME: – Paresh Bhai, Mukesh bhai ,Arpit Fultariya, Bhavin

STATUS :- Champions

 

4)            TOURNAMENT :-  Open Saurashtra Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament

DATE :- 25/2/2017 TO 26/2/2017

VENUE :- Mountain Police Headquaters , Rajkot

PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Jaffer Bhai , Arpit Fultariya, Dilip

STATUS :- Runners up , I declare the best player of the Tournament ..

Cash Price :- 1000 rs

5)            TOURNAMENT :-  Open Saurashtra Volleyball ( Shooting ) Tournament

DATE :-10 /2017 TO 11/2/2017

VENUE :- Tankara

PLAYERS NAME :- Paresh Bhai, Bhavin Bhai (Moto) , Arpit Fultariya, Dilip

STATUS :- Runners up

6)         TOURNAMENT: – 34 Major Echaysteel Tennis Tournament

DATE :-23 /2017 TO 26/2/2017

VENUE :- Harvey Officers Club

PLAYERS NAME :- Arpit Fultariya, Jaydeep Chudasama, Jeet savsani, Jay Dadhania

STATUS :- Champions

Department has signed bilateral transfer of technology MOU with one Industry

  • Rajkot Municipal Corporation
  • Indian Ryon
  • Hi-Bond Cement
  • OSTC Workshop
  • Short term training Programme
  • Poster  Presentation
  • Educational Tours
  • Project Competition
  • ISTE Student Chapter
  • Atlier Project –Soft skill improvement
  • Mock interview practices for final year students

Student Forum Activities:

  • Session on History of Konkan Railways
  • Technical talk on Tendering, Estimation, Structural designing, etc.
  • Assisting the Students to do the usage of waste material to make a small house.
  • Industrial visit to Hi-Bond cement, Bhanu Concrete, Gift city, etc.
  • Mentor – Mentee Program.
  • Induction program for 1st year student.
  • Celebration of various festival at Old Age Home.
  • Tree plantation.
  • Civil Yonics Club.

Maan Ki Baat (Civil Yonics club):

JK Cement (Technical Seminar):