Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

COURSE

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

 

SCHEME & SYLLABUS

PROGRAMME DETAILS

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/

 

Grants Fetched:

  1. Department has got the fund of 3,89,433 Rs for conducting STTP ON Applications of NI LabVIEW in 2020-21.
  2. MODROB, AICTE has sanctioned 8lakhs to establish Semiconductor and Electronics System Design LAB(SESDL)in the department in Jan 2020.
  3. Department received 93,000 Rs to conduct the workshop on “Machine Learning Applications on Image Processing” in Jan 2022

Departmental Achievements :

  1. Faculties have done their research work and published more than 15 papers in many of the SCI journals.
  2. Faculties and Technical staff are actively participating in inter-departmental as well as inter-collegiate sports competitions and got laurels to the college and the department
  3. Organized visits to various industries viz., IIAP, HAL….etc.,

Vision & Mission

 

VISION

To transform the students as leaders in Civil Engineering to achieve professional excellence in the challenging future.

 

OUR MISSION

M1:To provide the Civil Engineering knowledge and skills for students through an excellent academic environment.
M2: Adopting innovative teaching techniques using modern engineering tools for designing, modeling and analyzing the societal and environmental problems.
M3: Developing Communication skill, leadership qualities through team work and skills for continuing education among the students.
M4: To inculcate moral, ethical and professional values among students to serve the society.
M5: Validate engineering knowledge through innovative research projects to enhance their employability and entrepreneurship skills.

DEPARTMENT

CIVIL ENGINEERING

HoD’s MESSAGE

Dr. Ramesh P S

Head of The Department
Civil Engineering
 

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-curricular 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) for students to bridge the gap between theory and practice of Civil Engineering.It is also achieved through  series of expert lecturer from industry. Department also provides intra-personal  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  help full in enhancing Knowledge and Application of Remote Sensing and GIS.

FACILITIES

BASIC MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY

Basic Material Testing laboratory is introduced in third semester civil engineering and it is mainly based on the material testing of building materials like Fine Aggregate, Coarse Aggregate, Steel, Brick and Wood etc. This lab will enhance students to learn about the behaviour of different materials used for the construction. The different experiments which are conducted in the lab are Specific Gravity, Fineness modulus and grain size distribution, bulking of Fine aggregates, Izod and Charpy test ,Hardness number for different materials, Compression and Tension test on ductile material, Bending test on wood, Compressive strength of Brick. By the end of the laboratory program student will able to understand the behaviour of construction material according IS code.

AUTO CAD & SOFTWARE LAB

Computer-aided design (CAD) is the to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. CAD software is used to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for manufacturing.Advanced civil engineering software’s are procured for making the students globally competitive and industry ready. At CAD lab, students get professional training on 2D & 3D drafting of civil engineering drawings using the latest version of Autocad software. Student will learn computer aided design layout and 3D solid modelling definition. Students will also gain the knowledge of design and drafting needed for civil engineering discipline.

This lab is well equipped with the following softwares are:

  1. AUTOCAD 2018 VERSION
  2. STAAD PRO V8i SOFTWARE
  3. MSP SOFTWARE

CONCRETE AND HIGHWAY MATERIALS TESTING LABORATORY

This lab helps in selecting and evaluating construction materials for their suitability for construction with regards to quality and performance as required by Indian Standards codal provisions. This Lab is also extensively used for conducting research in thrust areas and consultancy works.

USAGE OF LABORATORY

  1. Academic learning
  2. This laboratory is used for doing Project work of UG students.
  3. Research work andConsultancy

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 cementIS: 269 – 1989
Specific gravity of cementIS-2720-PART-3
Setting time of cementIS: 269- 1989
Fineness of cement by air permeability testIS-4031-PART-2
Compressive strength of cementIS 4031 – PART 6
  
Tests on Concrete: 
Slump testIS-7320-1974
Compaction factor testIS-1199-1959
Vee-bee consistometer testIS-10510-1983
Compressive strength of concreteIS: 516-1959
Flexural strengthIS: 516-1959
Split tensile strength of concreteIS: 5816-1999
NDT tests by rebound hammer and pulse velocity test. 
  
Tests on Aggregates 
Aggregate crushing testIS: 2386 (Part IV)
Shape test on aggregatesIS 2386-1
Aggregate impact testIS 2386-(Part IV)
Los Angeles abrasion testIS: 2386- (Part IV)
  
Tests on Bituminous Materials 
Specific gravity test on bitumenIS 1202-1978
Penetration test on bitumenIS 1203-1978
Ductility test on bitumenIS 1208-1978
Viscosity test on bitumen by tar viscometerIS: 73:2006
Softening point test on bitumenIS:1205-1978
Marshal stability test on bituminous mixASTM D 1559

FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY

Fluid mechanics and hydraulics is concerned with kinetics, kinematics of fluids and hydraulic machines. Fluid mechanics laboratory is introduced in fifth semester. In this laboratory students become familiar with how to measure discharge through various measuring devices, estimate the major loss of head in pipe flow, analyze the impact of jets on various types of vanes and evaluate performance characteristics of turbines and pump.

This lab is well equipped with the following experimental set up:

  1. AV- Notch
  2. Rectangular Notch
  3. Venturiflume
  4. Venturimeter
  5. Experimental set up to determination of Darcy’s friction factor for a pipe
  6. Experimental set up to determination of vane coefficients for a flat vane and semicircular vane multistage centrifugal pump
  7. Pelton wheel turbine
  8. Kaplan turbine
  9. Experimental set up for Calibration of collecting tank (Gravimetric method)
  10. Experimental set up for Calibration of pressure gauge (Dead weight method)
  11. Experimental set up for verification of Bernoulli’s equation

GEO TECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY(IC)

FGeotechnical Engineering is the branch of civilengineering concerned with the engineering behaviour of earthmaterials. Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory is introduced in seventh semester. In this laboratory students become familiar with how to investigate subsurface soil conditions, determination of index and engineering properties of soils and determination of Safe bearing Capacity of soil.This lab is well equipped with the following experimental set up:

  1. Triaxial test apparatus
  2. Direct shear test apparatus
  3. Direct shear test apparatus
  4. CBR apparatus
  5. Relative density apparatus
  6. Consolidation apparatus
  7. Swell test apparatus
  8. Permeability apparatus
  9. Casagrande’s apparatus etc.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY

FEnvironmental engineering is a branch of civil engineering concerned with the study of water and wastewater. The environmental engineering laboratory is introduced in the sixth semester.The Laboratory has all the state of the art facilities for conducting various tests for determining the quality of potable and waste water. The undergraduate students are encouraged to take up topics in the field of Environmental Engineering for their project work by making use of facilities available in the laboratory. Analysis and testing of water and wastewater samples are being regularly done for various public and private agencies.

This lab is well equipped with the following equipment’s.

Specialized equipment nameApplication of Equipment
pH meterDetermine the pH of water and wastewater
Turbidity meterTurbidity measurements in water and wastewater
Conductivity meterMeasurement of conductivity in surface and ground water, wastewater, etc.
SpectrometerAnalysis of absorbance
Digital Weigh BalanceMeasure the quantity of various chemicals
Distillation unitDistilled water for preparation of lab reagents.
BOD incubatorTo maintain favourable temperature for the microbial growth.
Jar test apparatusOptimum Coagulant dosage
COD DigesterOxygen demand in water and wastewater
Hot air ovenTotal Solids in water and wastewater

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

PATENTS

SL.NO.Name of ApplicantName of InventorTitle/RemarksApplication Number
1.Dr. KANAPATHY GOPALAKRISHNAN ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, IPR CELL, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGYMrs. 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 ZONES202241024404
2.Dr. KANAPATHY GOPALAKRISHNAN ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, IPR CELL, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY1. Mrs. CHAITRA D M Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY2. Dr PINKY DEVI L ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGYNOVEL SYSTEM, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ELEVATED WATER TANK FOR DIFFERENT SEISMIC ZONES2202241024405
3.Dr. KANAPATHY GOPALAKRISHNAN ADVISOR AND DIRECTOR GENERAL, IPR CELL, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY1. Mrs. CHAITRA D M Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY22.Ms. GEETHA M Assistant Professor DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGYNOVEL SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND RETROFITIING OF AN EXISTING STRUCTURE202241024406
SL.NO.Name of ApplicantTitle/RemarksApplication Number
1L PINKY DEVI ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGYAN IMPROVED IOT BASED SYSTEM FOR MONITORING EARLY STRENGTH OF CASTCONCRETE USING MATURITY INDEX MET202141018459
2K Krishna Kumar PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGYAN IMPROVED POWER GENERATION UNIT USEFUL FOR RESIDENTIAL REQUIREMENT SUITABLE TO INSTALL INSPECT201641039587
3K Krishna Kumar PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, NAGARJUNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING& TECHNOLOGYAN IMPROVED SUPER PLASTICIZER FORMULATION FOR CONCRETE MIXING BASED ON AMINO CARBOXYLIC COMPOUND201741023300

FUNDED PROJECTS

S.NoTitleFUNDING AGENCYFUND RECIEVED/S ANCTIONED in LakhsACADEMIC YEAR
1Sustainable energy generation by biofuel cell from septic tankKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0731.5.2017
2Study on the corrosion behavior of marine engine alloy using C263 for high temperature sulfidationDRDO, GATET9.7531.10.2017
3Encroachment of raja kaluve in Bangalore city using GIS and RSKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0431.5.2017
4Aquifier mapping, monitoring and analysisKarnataka State Council For Science And Technology0.0431.05.2018
5Pilot plant study for sustainable energy generation in septic tank using biofuel cellKarnataka State Council For Science And Technology (KSCST)0.131.05.2018
6Effects of curing temperature on strength properties of concreteVTU0.0531.05.2018
7Study on the interface stress development due to different soil interaction with the concrete structure (pipeline)VTU0.0531.05.2018
8Study on the corrosion assessment and mitigation methods of concrete infrastructureAICTE, AQIS17.05In progress
9Application of nano particle using e-waste for treatment of textile mill waste waterKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.04530.5.2020
10Treatment of diary industrial waste water using activated grass as an adsorbmeentKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.05030.5.2020
11System development for health assessment of existing concrete structuresKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0530.5.2021
12Utilization of waste paper as coarse aggregate in alkali activated concreteKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0430.5.2021
13A proposal for study and development of Beedaganahalli village as a smart villageKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0330.5.2021
14Experimental investigation on influence of nanomaterials on properties of cement compositesKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0430.5.2021
15Quality and quantity analysis of surface water and ground water in and around DevanahalliKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.011.03.2022
16Corrosion inhibiting behaviour of vitis vinifera marc and aloevera barbadensis milleron steel reinforcement embedded in aluinosilicate compositeKarnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST)0.0330.6.2022

 

PUBLISHED BOOKS

BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLISHED IN SPRINGER NATURE
  1. P S Ramesh “Effect of fines on strength and durability of concrete with manufactured sand” International Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering Materials (ICRAEM 2022) 2022.
  2. Nagaraj. V. K and Shashikumara S. R. “A review on Aluminosilicate Composites”. Journal of Engineering, Computing and Architecture. April 2022, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 275 – 288.
  3. P S Ramesh “Valorization of incinerator bottom ash for the production of resource – efficient eco – friendly concrete” performance and toxicological characterization architecture, structures and construction 2021.
  4. Manohar D R Outrigger Structural System in High-Rise Building Volume 9, Issue 8, pp: 78-86 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Science (IJRES) 2021
  5. Manohar D R Analysis and Design of Commercial Building by Using E-TABS International Journal of Research in Engineering and Science (IJRES) 2021
  6. Nagaraj.V.K “A review on Aluminosilicate Composites Journal of Engineering” Computing and Architecture 2021
  7. Venkatesh Babu DL “Influence of Bacillus Licheniformis on the Strength, Durability and Micro-Structure of Concrete” Research Square 2021
  8. Venkatesh Babu DL “A Flexural Behaviours on High Volume Fly Ash Concrete (HVFAC) with polypropylene fiber” GIS SCIENCE JOURNAL 2021
  9. Venkatesh Babu D L “A comparison study on the mechanical and durability performances on High Volume Fly Ash Concrete” Tierärztliche Praxis 2020
  10. Chaitra DM “Experiment on Strength Properties of High Performance Concrete with the Incorporation of Activated Fly Ash” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) 2020
  11. Chaitra DM “Study on performance of activated flyash and silica fume in HPC” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) 2020.
  12. Chaya “Performance and strength Evaluation of concrete by using Alccofine and slag sand, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology” (IRJET) 2020.
  13. Nagaraj V K “A review om durability properties of alkali activated composites- Material science and manufacturing Technology” ICMSMT 2020
  14. Manohar D R “Shear Strength characteristics of Geosynthetic Reinforced Rubber-Sand Mixtures” Geotextiles and Geomembrane 2020
  15. L Pinky Devi “Conversion of conventional building to Net Zero Energy Building” IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) 2020.
  16. L Pinky Devi & Narendra “Implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in Construction Industry: A Review” IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) 2020.
  17. Nagaraj. V. K and Dr. D. L. Venkatesh Babu. “Evaluation of Influence of GGBFS and Alccofine 1203 on Sustainable Alkali Activated Binder”. The Institution of Engineers – 34th Indian Engineering Congress 2019.
  18. Nagaraj. V. K and Dr. D. L. Venkatesh Babu. “A review on durability properties of alkali activated composites”. IOPscience: Materials Science and Engineering.
  19. Venkatesh Babu D L “Evaluation of Fiber Type and Water-Binder Ratio Influence on Concrete Properties” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) 2019
  20. Venkatesh Babu D L “Fresh, Strength and Durability Characteristics of Binary and Ternary Blended Self Compacting Concrete” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) 2019.
  21. Venkatesh Babu D L “Fresh, Strength and Durability Characteristics of Binary and Ternary Blended Self Compacting Concrete” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) 2019.
  22. Divya Srinath “Studies on Flexural Strength of Concrete with Demolished Concrete as Coarse Aggregate(Partial Replacement) and Manufactured Sand as Fine Aggregate(Total Replacement) using Admixtures” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) 2019.
  23. L Pinky Devi “Life cycle energy analysis of a low-cost house in India” International Journal of Construction Education and Research 2017.
  24. DivyaSrinath “Compressive Strength of Concrete with Construction and Demolition Waste and m-SAND using Additives” International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) 2017.
  25. L Pinky Devi, Mrs Chaitra DM, Ms Thanusha “Indoor air quality of classrooms and occupants comfort in an institutional building” Taylor and Francis, (Accepted)
  26. Dr L Pinky Devi, Mrs Chaitra DM, Ms Thanusha “Comparative study of green building and conventional building” Taylor and Francis, (Accepted)

PEOs POs AND PSOs

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1: Graduates in Civil Engineering will apply the technical knowledge for sustainable societal growth.
PEO2:Graduates of civil Engineering will demonstrate designing, modeling and analyzing skills.
PEO3:Graduates in Civil Engineering will demonstrate good communication skills, dynamic leadership qualities with concern for environmental protection.
PEO4:Civil Engineering graduates will be capable of pursuing higher studies, take up research and development work blended with ethics and human values.
PEO5: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools such as CAD, FEM, GIS, etc. including prediction and modeling to complex Civil Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO-1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and electronics communication principles to the solution of complex problems in Civil Engineering.
PO-2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex electronics communication and engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.
PO-3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex Civil 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.
PO-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 related to Civil Engineering problems.
PO-5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex Civil Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO-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 Civil Engineering practice.
PO-7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Data Science & Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO-8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Civil Engineering practice.
PO-9: Individual and Team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO-10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex Civil 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.
PO-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 Data Science & Engineering projects and in multidisciplinary environments
PO-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 (PSOs)

PSO-1:To carryout surveying, prepare layout plans, maps for structures and alignments for canals and roads.
PSO-2:To specify, analyze, design, estimate and supervise construction activities such as, test and evaluate foundations and superstructures for buildings, industries, irrigation and hydraulic structures, highways, railways, airports, docks and harbors.
PSO-3:To understand the impact of water, air and noise pollution; the methods of waste collection, disposal and processing; specify, design and analyze water supply system, sewerage and industrial effluent conveying and treatment systems.

Board Of Studies

Sr.No. Members Designation Designation on Board
1 Dr. Ramesh P S Professor & Head, Department of Civil Engineering, NCET, Bangalore. Chairman
2 Dr. Raghunath S Professor Department of Civil Engineering, B M S College of Engineering, Bengaluru. Member(External-VTU Nominee)
3 Dr. B. C. Udayashankar Professor, Department Civil Engineering RVCE Member(External-Academia)
4 Dr. Bharathi Ganesh Professor and Head, Department of Civil Engineering NMIT Member(External-Academia)
5 Er. Sunil R K. Founder & CEO, 3E-SERVICES, Bengaluru. Member (External from Industry)
6 Er. Ravi S Technical Director, Enstructura Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore Member (External from Industry)
7 Dr. Ramesh C P Professor Internal Member (BOS Coordinator UG)
8 Dr. Manohar D R Associate Professor Internal Member (BOS Coordinator PG)
9 Dr. Srilakshmi G Professor Internal Member
10 Dr. Nagaraj V K Associate Professor Internal Member
11 Mr. Sanath Kumar. K. R Associate Professor Internal Member
12 Mr. Sujith S K Assistant Professor Internal Member