Learning is not just series of instructions but a passion, which goes beyond books . The department will engage in supporting the students to refine the necessary skills, attitudes and aptitude towards the corporate placement. Apart from academics, students will be encouraged to take part in extra circular and co-curricular activities to bring laurels to the department.
The teaching learning process of the faculty and student are monitored by ERP to ensure quality education. The department has introduced Value Added Programme (VAP) to students to bridge the gap between theory and practice of Civil Engineering by organizing series of expert lecturer form industry. Department also providing Software training to enhance the soft skills, Personality Development, communication skills, Team Building activity, Decision Making and Leadership Quality to enable them to achieve great heights in this competitive world. Department also offers IIRS-ISRO (Dehradun) Outreach online certification Program which is help full in enhancing Knowledge and Application of Remote Sensing and GIS.
Civil Engineering is a mother of all branch of engineering, which deals with infrastructural development of the country. The department of civil engineering was established in the year 2004. PG courses of Structural Engineering and Construction Technology were introduced in the year 2011 and 2013 respectively. We are happy and proud to announce that our college has been granted Autonomous statues under VTU. Department is Accredited by NBA and NAAC with A grade. The Department has well equipped laboratories for teaching, R & D and industrial consultancy works. It aims to transform as leader in technical knowledge by providing excellent academic environment for the students which helps in grooming for innovative and challenging future in turn contribute for development of the nation. Department also offers consultancy and testing services in the field of Civil Engineering. Department of Civil Engineering is headed by Dr. Ramesh P S
Value Added Programme (VAP) like Workshop, Training and invited talks are conducted to bridge the gap between the theory and industry requirement. Speakers from the various reputed intuitions IIT’s NIT’s and IISc, organizations like Pollution control Board, Disaster monitoring board, State Environmental board, Fire safety, ACCE(I), ICI(KBC) and industries like Ultra tech cement, NCC. Ltd. are delivering the talks related to the construction, new trending technologies and environmental policy.
Internship and Graduate training will be provided for UG and PG Students by NCC ltd., NCC Urban, Jampana Construction Pvt. Ltd and Shri Aruna Constructions Pvt. Ltd., along with other reputed construction company over a period of 2 to 3 months. To impart practical aspects of Construction technology and practice, where students are trained in the various sites like Metro BMRCL, White topping, stadiums construction, Residential and commercial ongoing projects all over India.
Periodic site visits are arranged for Brick factories, High rise residential building, Metro fly over construction, White topping work of NCC Ltd., Metro BMRCL Tunnel construction, Pre-stress concrete casting Yard, RMC Plants, Ultratech cement factory, Sewage Treatment Plant at BWSSB, Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Center and Traffic Management Center Bangalore. Also students will be trained in software like Rivet Structures, MSP, ETABS, Staad Pro, MX road, Arc GIS and Intergraph ERDAS and Auto CAD etc
|Course Name:||B.E in Civil Engineering ( 4 Years )|
|Level:||UG (Intake: 120)|
|Year of Approval:||2004|
|Accreditation Status:||Accredited NBA AICTE for 3 +1 years under Tier- II|
|Professional Activities :||Student chapter Seminars, workshops and FDPs are conducted regularly|
|Consultancy Activities :||Consultancy activities till 2022 sum up to more than Rs. 1,40,000/|
|SL.NO.||Name of Applicant||Name of Inventor||Title/Remarks||Application Number|
|1.||Dr. KANAPATHY GOPALAKRISHNAN ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, IPR CELL, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY||Mrs. CHAITRA D M
Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY,
|NOVEL SYSTEM, METHOD AND DETERMINATION OF ECONOMIC BASE WIDTH OF TRANSMISSION TOWER FOR DIFFERENT WIND ZONES||202241024404|
|2.||Dr. KANAPATHY GOPALAKRISHNAN ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, IPR CELL, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY||1. Mrs. CHAITRA D M
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND
2. Dr PINKY DEVI L ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGY
|NOVEL SYSTEM, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ELEVATED WATER TANK FOR DIFFERENT SEISMIC ZONES||2202241024405|
|3.||Dr. KANAPATHY GOPALAKRISHNAN ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, IPR CELL, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY||1. Mrs. CHAITRA D M
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND
22.Ms. GEETHA M Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
|NOVEL SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND RETROFITIING OF AN EXISTING STRUCTURE||202241024406|
|SL.NO.||Name of Applicant||Title/Remarks||Application Number|
|1||L PINKY DEVI ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGY||AN IMPROVED IOT BASED SYSTEM FOR MONITORING EARLY STRENGTH OF CASTCONCRETE USING MATURITY INDEX MET||202141018459|
|2||K Krishna Kumar PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGY||AN IMPROVED POWER GENERATION UNIT USEFUL FOR RESIDENTIAL REQUIREMENT SUITABLE TO INSTALL INSPECT||201641039587|
|3||K Krishna Kumar PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGY||AN IMPROVED SUPER PLASTICIZER FORMULATION FOR CONCRETE MIXING BASED ON AMINO CARBOXYLIC COMPOUND||201741023300|
|S.No||Title||FUNDING AGENCY||FUND RECIEVED/S ANCTIONED in Lakhs||ACADEMIC YEAR|
|1||Sustainable energy generation by biofuel cell from septic tank||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.07||31.5.2017|
|2||Study on the corrosion behavior of marine engine alloy using C263 for high temperature sulfidation||DRDO, GATET||9.75||31.10.2017|
|3||Encroachment of raja kaluve in Bangalore city using GIS and RS||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.04||31.5.2017|
|4||Aquifier mapping, monitoring and analysis||Karnataka State Council For Science And Technology||0.04||31.05.2018|
|5||Pilot plant study for sustainable energy generation in septic tank using biofuel cell||Karnataka State Council For Science And Technology (KSCST)||0.1||31.05.2018|
|6||Effects of curing temperature on strength properties of concrete||VTU||0.05||31.05.2018|
|7||Study on the interface stress development due to different soil interaction with the concrete structure (pipeline)||VTU||0.05||31.05.2018|
|8||Study on the corrosion assessment and mitigation methods of concrete infrastructure||AICTE, AQIS||17.05||In progress|
|9||Application of nano particle using e-waste for treatment of textile mill waste water||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.045||30.5.2020|
|10||Treatment of diary industrial waste water using activated grass as an adsorbmeent||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.050||30.5.2020|
|11||System development for health assessment of existing concrete structures||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.05||30.5.2021|
|12||Utilization of waste paper as coarse aggregate in alkali activated concrete||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.04||30.5.2021|
|13||A proposal for study and development of Beedaganahalli village as a smart village||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.03||30.5.2021|
|14||Experimental investigation on influence of nanomaterials on properties of cement composites||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.04||30.5.2021|
|15||Quality and quantity analysis of surface water and ground water in and around Devanahalli||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.01||1.03.2022|
|16||Corrosion inhibiting behaviour of vitis vinifera marc and aloevera barbadensis milleron steel reinforcement embedded in aluinosilicate composite||Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)||0.03||30.6.2022|
This lab is well equipped with the following softwares are:
USAGE OF LABORATORY
Concrete and highway laboratory consists of casting yard with facilities for mixing, casting, vibrating and curing concrete specimens. PG students use it for their research. Our department is a recognized VTU affiliated Research Center for PhD degree.
Consultancy works in testing of materials, mix design of concrete are also carried out. Our clients are from various State Government departments and private agencies.
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
|Tests on Cement:|
|Normal consistency test on cement||IS: 269 - 1989|
|Specific gravity of cement||IS-2720-PART-3|
|Setting time of cement||IS: 269- 1989|
|Fineness of cement by air permeability test||IS-4031-PART-2|
|Compressive strength of cement||IS 4031 – PART 6|
|Tests on Concrete:|
|Compaction factor test||IS-1199-1959|
|Vee-bee consistometer test||IS-10510-1983|
|Compressive strength of concrete||IS: 516-1959|
|Flexural strength||IS: 516-1959|
|Split tensile strength of concrete||IS: 5816-1999|
|NDT tests by rebound hammer and pulse velocity test.|
|Tests on Aggregates|
|Aggregate crushing test||IS: 2386 (Part IV)|
|Shape test on aggregates||IS 2386-1|
|Aggregate impact test||IS 2386-(Part IV)|
|Los Angeles abrasion test||IS: 2386- (Part IV)|
|Tests on Bituminous Materials|
|Specific gravity test on bitumen||IS 1202-1978|
|Penetration test on bitumen||IS 1203-1978|
|Ductility test on bitumen||IS 1208-1978|
|Viscosity test on bitumen by tar viscometer||IS: 73:2006|
|Softening point test on bitumen||IS:1205-1978|
|Marshal stability test on bituminous mix||ASTM D 1559|
This lab is well equipped with the following experimental set up:
This lab is well equipped with the following experimental set up:
This lab is well equipped with the following equipment’s.
|Specialized equipment name||Application of Equipment|
|pH meter||Determine the pH of water and wastewater|
|Turbidity meter||Turbidity measurements in water and wastewater|
|Conductivity meter||Measurement of conductivity in surface and ground water, wastewater, etc.|
|Spectrometer||Analysis of absorbance|
|Digital Weigh Balance||Measure the quantity of various chemicals|
|Distillation unit||Distilled water for preparation of lab reagents.|
|BOD incubator||To maintain favourable temperature for the microbial growth.|
|Jar test apparatus||Optimum Coagulant dosage|
|COD Digester||Oxygen demand in water and wastewater|
|Hot air oven||Total Solids in water and wastewater|
One of the assessments for the quality of an institution is the success of its alumni. Active alumni also mean that the institution is developing strong roots in society. It’s a platform where successful alumni from all walks of life meet each other and express openly their thanks and gratitude for the opportunities provided to them by the alma mater.
The seeds for the transformation are sown during the students’ stay at NCET. In carrying out job and civic responsibilities, alumni draw on what they learned in earning a college degree. They demonstrate for all to see what value their education has for them and they truly represent the institution in different walks of their life.
The NCET Alumni association can make a vital contribution by supporting the Institute in the accomplishment of its mission. They can contribute as goodwill ambassadors, student recruiters, and a pool of expertise in a broad range of fields which can be employed in Institute initiatives, both academic and administrative. The NCET Alumni Association is an excellent forum to keep in touch with your alma mater, learn how your institution is achieving its strategic intent, and above all reinforce the relationship you formed during your stay at college while forming new ones.
Objectives of the Alumni Association:
1.To arrange expert lectures by eminent alumni & other prominent industrialists for the benefit of students.
2.To conduct Alumni-Students Knowledge Exchange Programs.
3.To bring together the ex-students of NCET and to promote fellowship amongst them and their families.
4.To serve as a forum to promote and foster relationship among the alumni, the present students, the staff and the management of NCET.
5.To maintain continuous interaction between the past and present students by publishing a newsletter, holding periodical Alumni day celebration or by any other activity as decided by the association.
6.To effectively participate in revision of syllabi and development of curriculum.
|Sr.No.||Members||Designation||Designation on Board|
|1||Dr. Dinesha H A||Professor & Head (CSE), NCET||Chairman (CSE)|
|2||Dr. Anil Kannur||Professor & Head (ISE), NCET||Chairman (ISE)|
|3||Dr. Sundeep Kumar K||Professor & Head (CSE-DS), NCET||Chairman (CSE DS)|
|4||Dr. Vijayananda||Professor & Head (AIML), NCET||Chairman (CSE AIML)|
|5||Dr. Syed Naimatullah Hussain||Professor, ISE ,NCET||Member|
|6||Dr. Sandhya G||Professor, ISE ,NCET||Member|
|7||Dr. Deepajothi||Associate Professor, CSE ,NCET||Member|
|8||Mrs. Swathi. S||Associate Professor, CSE ,NCET||Member|
|9||Mr. Gopinath A R||Associate Professor, CSE ,NCET||Member|
|10||Mr. Sudhakara Reddy M||Assistant Professor, CSE ,NCET||Member|
|11||Mr. Subramanya S G||Assistant Professor, CSE ,NCET||Member|
|12||Dr. Nalini N||Professor, Dept. of CSE, Nominated by VTU||Member|
|13||Dr. Sridhar Domana||Researcher & Solution Engineer, Accenture Bengaluru||Member|
|14||Mr. Kishan||Alumini, NCET||Member|