HOD Desk

My vision is to develop constructive thinking and analytical capabilities of every student of CIVIL Department. Our department is committed to provide students with a strong, broad based fundamental engineering education and prepare the students for a career in the industry, teaching and national laboratories. We also plan to develop entrepreneurial skills in students so that they would drive the spirit of growth of our economy and would be able to generate employment opportunities for other qualified and skilled people.

I personally look forward to integrate my experience of over 15 years in teaching and research into the learning systems and the collective efforts of the faculty of the department and build a comprehensive methodology that encompasses whatever that matters for nurturing the minds of our students. I look forward for preparing my students to face the challenges; the technology and engineering sector would offer in the future and succeed in offering technological solutions for the betterment of the society and our nation. Wishing all our students brilliant and bright future.


Prof. M.N. Shirsath

HOD,
Civil Engineering
Department

About Department

Civil Engineering Department is established in 2010 with UG course (B.E. Civil Engineering) with intake 60. We have added PG course in Structural Engineering with intake 24 from A.Y. 2014-15. In the same year we have started Diploma in Civil Engineering in Second Shift with intake 60. We have 11 well equipped laboratories with advanced equipments like total station, horizontal shake table, accelerated curing tank etc.


Vision of department

To achieve excellent standard of quality education by keeping pace with rapidly changing technologies in Civil Engineering and to create quality Civil Engineers of global standards with capabilities of accepting new challenges.

Mission of department

Our efforts are dedicated to impart quality and value based education in Civil Engineering to raise satisfaction level of all stake holders. Our strength is directed to create competent Civil Engineers. Our endeavor is to provide all possible support to promote research and development activities in Civil Engineering

Program Outcome (PO)

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

  1. Engineers will be able to apply concepts for design/test/ implement/analyze systems in the areas related to Civil Engineering for Industry and Society.
  2. Understudies will have abilities like technical knowledge, Soft Skills, Communication, Problem solving behavior, Decision Making, etc. for successful career in different wings of Transportation Engineering, Environmental Studies, Structural Engineering.
  3. Outgoing Technocrats will have the capability to comprehend the technological advancements using modern design tools in the areas of AUTOCAD, STADD pro, ANSYS, and SAP for Higher education, Research.
  4. Assess the environmental impact of various projects and take required measures to curb environmental deterioration.

Course Details

This discussion is dedicated to all civil engineering graduates looking for different career options/ work opportunities after completing B.E. Civil engineers do not need to be told that they can work in any infrastructure project in India as well as out of India. This ranges from construction and maintenance of power stations, airports, dams, highways, express ways, waterways, industrial units, manufacturing plants, factories etc.

Designing and building of structures, including buildings, roads and bridges come under the scope of education in Civil Engineering. The students who have attained a degree in this branch can work in both the Government and Private sectors. There is a lot of scope for advancement, for those professional engineers who have immense experience in this field. In fact, the students belonging to these programs can also take classes in Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering principles and Physics. For those civil engineers who aspire to provide services to the public, a license is imperative.


Course Course details
Bachelor of Civil Engineering
(517619110)
Degree B. E. in Civil Engineering
Duration 4 year, 8-Semester, Full-Time
Intake 60 students per year
Establishment 2010
Gender Status Co-Education (Boys & Girls)
Course type Regular First Shift
  • For open candidate:Candidate must have scored a minimum of 50% aggregate percentage in HSSC.
  • For category candidate: Candidate must have scored a minimum of45% aggregate percentage in HSSC.

In either of the candidature the applicant must have appeared in Entrance exams of MHCET and JEE Mains with a non zero score.

In order to make a career in Civil Engineering industry, it is mandatory for the students to have a degree in Bachelor. After graduation, the field is open to explore and pursue advancement. The job opportunities involve:-

  • 1. A career in public and private sector in a variety of fields, including construction, design, highways, dams, docks, airports, maintenance of roads and management of environment.
  • 2. A job in quality testing laboratories
  • 3. Exploring the arena of military and defense services
  • 4. Working as consultants.
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Degree: Yes
  • Intake:

Students Achievements

Faculty Achievements

Professional Membership of staff:

  • Prof. M.N. Shirasathand Prof. P.V. Kharmaleare life time members of Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi (ISTE).
  • The Institute of Engineers Granted to Prof. M.N.Shirasath as Associate Member AM-66443.
  • Prof. D.Nakhate is life time member of Association of Consulting Civil Engineers of India.
  • Prof. D.Nakhate is Head Coordinator of National Level Tech-Fest Vis-à-vis.

Research Articles Published by Staff:

Sr.no. Faculty Name Journal National/ International Title of Paper Date of Publication Volume No. ISBN/ISSN NO.
1 Mr. Sagar Chavan,
Mr. Ganesh Kumbhar
IJARD International Effect on strength of Geopolymer concrete by alkaline activator April 2018 3 2394-0045
2 Mr. Shirsath Mohan, Miss. Choudhariin K. IJARD International Role of Geosynthetics in sustainable development April 2018 3 2394-0050
3 Miss. Pawar Dhanasri IJARD International Evaluative study on blended concrete using copper slag and silica fume as a partially replacement material April 2018 3 2394-0051
4 Mr. Kumbhar G. IRJET International Seismic Retrofitting of Building with soft storey and Floating Column July 2017 3 2395-0072
5 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJESRT International Study of Blast Analysis for Structural Building July 2017 4 2395-0056
6 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJESRT International Study of Blast Analysis for Structural Building July 2017 4 2395-0056
7 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJARSE International Experimental Investigation on the Properties of Concrete With Partial Replacement of Sand by Scale July 2017 6 2319-8346
8 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJSART International Evaluative Study On Blended Concrete Using Copper Slag And Silica Fume As A Partially Replacement Material July 2017 3 2395-1052
9 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJARIIE International Effect of Metakeolin and Basalt fibre on mechanical properties of conventional concrete April 2017 3 2395-4396
10 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJNTSE International Percentage Replacement of Cement in Geopolymer Concreteal concrete August 2016 3 2349-0780
11 Mr. Shirsath M. N. IJARIIE International Effect of Waste water on GGBS based concrete April 2016 4 2395-4396
12 Miss. Chaudhary S. IRJET International Generation of Energy consumption indicator using sustainable approach March 2017 4 2395-0072

Academic Activity

Name of Laboratory / Facility Details
SITE VISIT AT BHANDARDARA DAM: GUEST LECTURE BY MR. PRAVIN RODE:
SITE VIST AT SHREE DEVELOPERS: GUEST LECTURE BY DR. HAKE SANDIP:
GUEST LECTURE BY MR. PRASAD NIKAM:
SITE VISIT AT NILWANDE DAM:
SITE VISIT AT ARNAV CONSTRUCTION: SITE VISIT AT STEEL STRUCTURE WEIR HOUSE:
SITE VISIT AT RMC PLANT:SITE VISIT AT NILAWANDE DAM:
SITE VISIT AT WTP:
ALUMNI MEET:
SITE VISIT AT POST TENSIONING SLAB CONSTRUCTION:. SITE VISIT AT CONSTRUCTIN :
SITE VISIT AT NAGDEV CONSTRUCTION: SITE VISIT AT BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION:
SITE VISIT AT SHORING STRUCTURE: SITE VISIT AT RCC BULDING ATRUCTURE:
SITE VISIT AT A. NAGAR RAILWEY STATION:: SITE VISIT AT HIWARE BAJAR:

Lab Facilities

Name of Laboratory / Facility Details
PG Lab

• Ductility Testing Machine (Three Moulds).

• Abrasion Testing Machine with abrasive charge (Los Angles Abrasion Testing Machine).

Transportation Engineering Lab

• Ductility Testing Machine (Three Moulds).

• Abrasion Testing Machine with abrasive charge (Los Angles Abrasion Testing Machine).

Engineering Mechanics Lab.

• Reaction of Simple Beam Model 9013

• Winch Crab Single Purchase without weight cat 951

• Weston Differential Pulley Block

Concrete Technology Lab

• HC 37.65 Vee Bee Consistometers IS 10510-1983

• Vibrating Machine IS 10080-19822 With Built Digital

• Vibrating Table top 50cm X 50cm 4 Moulds of 150mm Cub

• Tile Abrasion Testing Machine Is 1237-1980

• Accelerated Curing Tank for 6 Moulds 150mm

• Accelerated Curing Tank for 12 Moulds

Geotechnical Engineering Lab.

• Unconfined compression Tester

• Direct Shear Apparatus, 2kn with Dial Gauge 2n

• Sieve shaker Motorized With Built in Digital Timer

• Swell Pressure

Environmental Engineering Lab.

• High Volume Sampler

• BOD

• WTPSOFT03 &ETPSOFT03

• Flame Photometer

• Spectrophotometer (Computerized)

Research Lab.

• STAAD Engineering, Mumbai

• Auto Cad

Surveying Lab.

• Transit VernierTheolite

• Digital Planimeter

Engineering Geology Lab.

• Color &Lustre (Set of 60 Minerals)

• Crystalline Aggregate (Set of 30 Minerals)

• Form & Structure (Set of 50 Nos)

Downloads

BE Civil Syllabus

TE Civil Syllabus

SE Civil Syllabus