Civil Engineering

About the Department:

The Department of Civil Engineering offers B .Tech. and Polytechnic Diploma in Civil Engineering with current sanctioned intake of 180 and 60, respectively.

The Civil Engineering Department at Vivekananda Institute of Technology was established in the year 2008.  The department is flourishing since then, with a Vision to achieve excellence in education by keeping pace with rapidly changing technologies and thereby, bridging the gap between academics and field practice in the area of civil engineering. Experienced faculty from field and academics forms the thrust of the department. Practical knowledge in students is being enhanced through well-equipped laboratories in various subjects such as Concrete Technology, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Road & Building Materials Testing, Surveying, Hydraulics, etc. The theoretical knowledge of students is further supplemented by arranging industrial visits and invited lectures by experts from industry and academia. In addition, the department also participates towards fulfillment of social responsibilities by providing consultancy services in the area of testing and design such as, structural design, topographical survey, concrete mix designs, water supply & waste management works, road intersection designs and many more.

VISION

To develop a department of academic excellence by producing competent civil engineers to meet the challenges in field and provide satisfaction to the stakeholders.

MISSION

  • To provide sound knowledge in the area of civil engineering through effective pedagogy.
  • To serve the society and the nation by providing competent civil engineers, keen to apply knowledge and accept new challenges in rapidly changing technology to the satisfaction of stakeholders.
  • To create an environment that supports competent professionals to design and develop civil engineering systems and contribute towards research and development activities.
  • To provide ample opportunities to the staff for up-keeping their knowledge and skills in civil engineering and related areas.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PEO 1

To provide students with sound foundation in the fundamental knowledge of mathematics and basic science to solve problems in various areas of civil engineering.

PEO 2

To prepare students to use technical knowledge and skills in planning, designing, construction, operation and maintenance of civil engineering projects along with knowledge of modern engineering software tools.

PEO 3

To promote awareness of life-long learning, research and development of sustainable technologies among students.

PEO 4

To provide opportunity for students to work and interact as a part of team on multi-disciplinary projects and introduce them to professional ethics and social responsibility.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES.

 

a

Graduates will understand and be able to apply the basic mathematical and scientific concepts in the field of Civil Engineering.

b

Graduates will possess the ability to design and conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret experimental data.

c

Graduates will possess the ability to design and meaningfully contribute to Civil Engineering projects for the benefit of society and environment.

d

Graduates will be capable of working productively as an individual and as part of a team on multidisciplinary projects.

e

Graduates will possess critical thinking skills and problem solving abilities essential to the field.

f

Graduates will understand the professional and ethical responsibilities of their profession.

g

Graduates will possess effective oral and written communication skills.

h

Graduates will have an appreciation for the scope, complexity, elegance and importance of the Civil Engineering field and its impact on society.

i

Graduates will have the awareness and motivation for continuing education, research, and professional growth after graduation.

j

Graduates will be familiar with contemporary issues such as sustainability and modern engineering software tools and techniques to analyze civil engineering problems.

k

Graduates will be able to apply the knowledge of project management and finance to manage civil engineering projects.

 

PROMINENT LABS

  1. Material Testing Lab – The Material Testing Laboratory includes testing of mechanical properties of materials such as strength, toughness, hardness, fatigue, torsion, flexural and tensile strength.

  2. Concrete Lab – Concrete is themost widely used construction material. The concrete lab consists facilities for testing raw materials required for production of concrete such as cement, fine aggregates and coarse aggregates. The laboratory has trained staff and modern equipments required for designing concrete mixes.

  3. Geotechnical Engineering Lab – The engineering properties of soil that are important for design offoundations, are tested in Geotechnical Lab. The lab is well equipped with high quality equipments to conduct complete soil investigation.

  4. Geology Lab – Engineering Geology Laboratory deals with the geologic factors affecting the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance of civil engineering structures. The geology laboratory comprise of samples of minerals, stones, wooden models, charts, and maps showing geological information of the country.

  5. Road Material Testing Lab– The Road Material testing lab covers the experimental aspects of highway materials required for ensuring the quality of pavement construction. The lab includes equipments for testing different road materials of such as aggregate and bitumen. The laboratory also has facilities for designing bituminous concrete mix.

  6. Environmental Engineering Lab – Environmental Engineering Lab is important for providing the knowledge about the quality of water and treatment of waste-water. The laboratory is well equipped for testing conducting qualitative analysis of water and waste-water.

  7. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics Lab – The properties of fluids and their flows are studied in the Fluid Mechanics Laboratory. The laboratory is well equipped for demonstration of different laws of fluid mechanics and testing pressure variations of compressible fluids.

  8. Structural Engineering Lab: The structural engineering laboratory demonstrates the deflection in different structural components. The laboratory is well equipped to measure deflection in curved members, column loading at different end conditions, perfect truss members, redundant frames, and efficiency of screw jack and winch crab.

  9. Surveying Lab: The Surveying Laboratory is equipped with the instruments and tools that students use throughout the surveying course. Students learn techniques for gathering topographical data from field with both traditional and modern instruments. The laboratory has latest equipments such as Total Station, Digital Theodolite, Autolevel along with other traditional instruments.

  10. Computer Lab: The department has two computer labs, each equipped with 35 computers. These labs are used for training students on latest technical software tools such as AutoCad, Staad Pro, MX Road. These labs are also used for teaching various courses scheduled in curriculum. In addition, students use these labs as a resource for exploring student research projects.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS BY FACULTY MEMBERS

Prof. (Dr.) Bhavna Tripathi

  1. Tripathi, B., and Chaudhary, S. (2015). “Performance based evaluation of ISF slag as a substitute of natural sand in concrete”. Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier,112(1), 672-683.
  2. Tripathi, B., Chandra, T., and Chaudhary, S. (2015). “Durability and Dimensional Stability of Concrete Containing ISF Zinc Slag as Sand”. American Concrete Institute Special Publication.Thirteenth International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues, P., Gupta, and P., Gupta, ed., SP-303-16.
  3. Tripathi, B., Misra, A., and Chaudhary, S. (2013). “Strength and abrasion characteristics of ISF slag concrete at different w/c and sand replacements”. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE, 25(11), 1611-1618.
  4. Tripathi, B., and Chaudhary, S., (2013). “Suitability of ISF Slag as fine aggregate in concrete,” Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pacific Young Researchers and Graduates Symposium on Current Challenges in structural Engineering, S. Chaudhary and B. Tripathi, ed., India, Jaipur, October, p.142-146.
  5. Gupta, T., Tripathi, B., Sharma, R.K., and Chaudhary, S., (2013). “Flexural strength, compressive strength and workability of waste rubber concrete,” Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pacific Young Researchers and Graduates Symposium on Current Challenges in structural Engineering, S. Chaudhary and B. Tripathi, ed., India, Jaipur, October, p.320-327.
  6. Tripathi, B., and Chaudhary, S., (2012). “Experimental assessment of drying shrinkage of ISF slag concrete,” 4th Asia-Pacific Young Researchers and Graduates Symposium on Performance-based and Lifecycle Structural Engineering, J.G., Dai, and S., Zhu, ed., Hong Kong, December, p. 362-369.
  7. Tripathi, B., and Chaudhary, S., (2012). “Corrosion performance of high volume slag concrete at different w/c.” Twelfth International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues, P., Gupta, and P., Gupta, ed., Prague, Czech Republic, October-November, p. 835-854.
  8. Tripathi, B., Misra, A., and Chaudhary, S. (2012). “Durability of concrete containing ISF slag as partial replacement of sand.” Proceedings of the first International Congress on Durability of Concrete, H., Justnes, and S., Jacobsen, ed., Trondheim, Norway, June, Abstract number A5-1.
  9. Tripathi, B., Misra, A., and Chaudhary, S. (2012). “Permeability of concrete containing pyrometallurgical slag as partial replacement of sand.” Proceedings of the fib Symposium on Concrete Structures for Sustainable Community, D.H., Bager, and J., Silfwerbrand, ed., Stockholm, Sweden, June, p. 445-448.
  10. Tripathi, B., Chandra, T., and Reddy K.P., S., (2000). “Assessment of human resource practices in Indian construction companies.” 7th International Conference on Construction Technologies, Machinery, Materials, methods + Building Services, New Delhi, India, p. 131-147.

Mr. Bharat Rajan

  1. Banerji, A., K., and Rajan, B. (2014). “EnvironmentFriendly Paving Technologies for Road Construction.” The Bulletin of Engineering and Science, 6(1), P.12-15.

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Jain

  1. Jain, P.K., Menghnani, N., and Goyal, K.K. (2015). “To Find Optimum Gradation by Evaluation of Volumetric and Performance Characteristic cf Open Graded Friction Courses.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 801-811.
  2. Jain, P.,K., Menghnani, N., Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., and Sharma, P. (2015). “Review On Geotechnical Centrifuge Modeling Theory.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 580-585.
  3. Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., Jain, P.K., Sharma, A., and Khan, J. (2015). “ Review Of Codal Provision For Sampling Of Fresh Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 567-569.

Mr. NarainMenghnani

  1. Jain, P.K., Menghnani, N., and Goyal, K.K. (2015). “To Find Optimum Gradation by Evaluation of Volumetric and Performance Characteristic cf Open Graded Friction Courses.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 801-811.
  2. Vaid, P., Sharma, B., Chhapola, P., Pathak, N., and Menghnani, N. (2015). “Importance of Civil Engineering In Recycling Of Waste Products.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 575-579.
  3. Jain, P.K., Menghnani, N., Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., and Sharma, P. (2015). “Review On Geotechnical Centrifuge Modeling Theory.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 580-585.

Mr. D.P. Lamba

  1. Kumar, V., Singh, Y., Lamba, D., P., and Khokar, H. (2015). “Review On Energy Generation by Sewage.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 654-656.

Mr. Manu Khare

    1. Verma, V., Meena, O.P., Garsa, A., Meena, J., Jangid, N., K., Kumar, R., Sharma, S., K., and Khare, M. (2015). “Review On Palm Island.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 661-663.

Mr. Yuvraj Singh

    1. Kumar, V., Singh, Y., Lamba, D., P., and Khokar, H. (2015). “Review On Energy Generation by Sewage.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 654-656.

Mr. Krishna Kumar Goyal

  1. Jain, P.K., Menghnani, N., and Goyal, K.K. (2015). “To Find Optimum Gradation by Evaluation of Volumetric and Performance Characteristic cf Open Graded Friction Courses.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 801-811.
  2. Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., Jain, P.K., Sharma, A., and Khan, J. (2015). “ Review Of Codal Provision For Sampling Of Fresh Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 567-569.
  3. Jain, P.K., Menghnani, N., Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., and Sharma, P. (2015). “Review On Geotechnical Centrifuge Modeling Theory.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 580-585.

Mr. Tejveer Singh

  1. Kharkhadi, S., Abrol, N., Somani, P., Sharma, A., and Singh, T. (2015). “Review On Fiber Reinforced Polymer.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 657-660.
  2.  Singh, N., Yadav, M., Meena, N., K., Meena, O., P., Shringi, R., R., Singh, T., and Sharma, S., K. (2015). “Review Paper On Three Gorges Dam.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 586-588.

Mr. Harish Khokhar

  1. Khan, A., Toshwada, D., R., Sharma, A., Meena, K., Singh, G., Khokar, H., and Bansal, V. (2015). “Review Paper on Brick Bond.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 589-594.
  2. Kumar, V., Singh, Y., Lamba, D., P., and Khokar, H. (2015). “Review On Energy Generation by Sewage.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 654-656.

Ms. Vaishali Bansal

  1. Khan, A., Toshwada, D., R., Sharma, A., Meena, K., Singh, G., Khokar, H., and Bansal, V. (2015). “Review Paper on Brick Bond.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 589-594.

Mr. Asheesh Sharma

  1. Khandelwal, S., Prajapat, K.L., Kumar, M., Bhantia, L., Sharma, A., and Sharma V. (2015). “Review on Papercrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 668-672.
  2. Agarwal, S., Saran, A., Kasotiya, A., Singh, J., Meena, M., Sharma, A., and Akar, A. (2015). “Review on Structural Study of BurjKhalifa.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 664-667.
  3. Kharkhadi, S., Abrol, N., Somani, P., Sharma, A., and Singh, T. (2015). “Review on Fiber Reinforced Polymer.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 657-660.

Mr. Vineet Sharma

  1. Khandelwal, S., Prajapat, K.L., Kumar, M., Bhantia, L., Sharma, A., and Sharma V. (2015). “Review on Papercrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 668-672.
  2. Prajapat, S., Yadav, K., Khanna, K., Meena, M., K., Kumar, A., Sharma, V., and Kumar, R. (2015). “Review On Self Compacting Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 596-600.

Mr. S.K. Sharma

  1. Singh, N., Yadav, M., Meena, N., K., Meena, O., P., Shringi, R., R., Singh, T., and Sharma, S., K. (2015). “Review Paper On Three Gorges Dam.”International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 586-588.
  2. Verma, V., Meena, O.P., Garsa, A., Meena, J., Jangid, N., K., Kumar, R., Sharma, S., K., and Khare, M. (2015). “Review On Palm Island.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 661-663.

Mr. Mahendra Singar

  1. Sharma, A., Singar, M., K., Vaid, P., Sharma, B., and Sharma, P. (2015). “A Laboratory Evaluation of Stabilization Of Salty Clay Soil by Using Chloride Compounds.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 561-566.
  2. Pathak, N., Chhapola, P., Khan, J., and Singar, M., K. (2015). “Nano Materials in Cement and Construction Industry.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 570-574.

Mr. Ashwin Sharma

  1. Sharma, A., Singar, M.K., Vaid, P., Sharma, B., and Sharma, P. (2015). “A Laboratory Evaluation of Stabilization Of Salty Clay Soil by Using Chloride Compounds.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 561-566.
  2. Goyal, K., K., Akar, A., Jain, P., K., Sharma, A., and Khan, J. (2015). “ Review Of Codal Provision For Sampling Of Fresh Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 567-569.

Ms. Priya Vaid

  1. Sharma, A., Singar, M.K., Vaid, P., Sharma, B., and Sharma, P. (2015). “A Laboratory Evaluation Of Stabilization Of Salty Clay Soil By Using Chloride Compounds.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 561-566.
  2. Vaid, P., Sharma, B., Chhapola, P., Pathak, N., and Menghnani, N. (2015). “Importance of Civil Engineering In Recycling Of Waste Products.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 575-579.

Ms. Bhavana Sharma

  1. Sharma, A., Singar, M.K., Vaid, P., Sharma, B., and Sharma, P. (2015). “A Laboratory Evaluation Of Stabilization Of Salty Clay Soil By Using Chloride Compounds.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 561-566.
  2. Vaid, P., Sharma, B., Chhapola, P., Pathak, N., and Menghnani, N. (2015). “Importance of Civil Engineering In Recycling Of Waste Products.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 575-579

Mr. Prateek Sharma

  1. Sharma, A., Singar, M.K., Vaid, P., Sharma, B., and Sharma, P. (2015). “A Laboratory Evaluation Of Stabilization Of Salty Clay Soil By Using Chloride Compounds.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 561-566.
  2. Jain, P.,K., Menghnani, N., Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., and Sharma, P. (2015). “Review On Geotechnical Centrifuge Modeling Theory.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 580-585.

Mr. Ashish Akar

  1. Goyal, K., K., Akar, A., Jain, P., K., Sharma, A., and Khan, J. (2015). “ Review Of Codal Provision For Sampling Of Fresh Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 567-569.
  2. Agarwal, S., Saran, A., Kasotiya, A., Singh, J., Meena, M., Sharma, A., and Akar, A. (2015). “Review on Structural Study of BurjKhalifa.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 664-667.
  3. Jain, P.,K., Menghnani, N., Goyal, K.K., Akar, A., and Sharma, P. (2015). “Review On Geotechnical Centrifuge Modeling Theory.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 580-585.

Mr. Julfeekar Khan

  1. Goyal, K., K., Akar, A., Jain, P., K., Sharma, A., and Khan, J. (2015). “ Review Of Codal Provision For Sampling Of Fresh Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 567-569.
  2. Pathak, N., Chhapola, P., Khan, J., and Singar, M., K. (2015). “Nano Materials in Cement and Construction Industry.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 570-574.

Mr. Nitesh Pathak

  1. Pathak, N., Chhapola, P., Khan, J., and Singar, M., K. (2015). “Nano Materials in Cement and Construction Industry.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 570-574.
  2. Vaid, P., Sharma, B., Chhapola, P., Pathak, N., and Menghnani, N. (2015). “Importance of Civil Engineering In Recycling Of Waste Products.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 575-579.

Ar. Pratibha Chhapola

  1. Pathak, N., Chhapola, P., Khan, J., and Singar, M., K. (2015). “Nano Materials in Cement and Construction Industry.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 570-574.
  2. Vaid, P., Sharma, B., Chhapola, P., Pathak, N., and Menghnani, N. (2015). “Importance of Civil Engineering In Recycling Of Waste Products.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 575-579.

Mr. Ravindra Kumar

  1. Verma, V., Meena, O.P., Garsa, A., Meena, J., Jangid, N., K., Kumar, R., Sharma, S., K., and Khare, M. (2015). “Review On Palm Island.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 661-663.
  2. Prajapat, S., Yadav, K., Khanna, K., Meena, M., K., Kumar, A., Sharma, V., and Kumar, R. (2015). “Review On Self Compacting Concrete.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 596-600.
  3. Verma, V., Meena, O.P., Garsa, A., Meena, J., Jangid, N., K., Kumar, R., Sharma, S., K., and Khare, M. (2015). “Review On Palm Island.” International Journal of Combined Research & Development, 4(6), P. 661-663.
S.NO. Name of Faculty Designation Email_ID Details
1 Dr. Mala Mathur Dr. Mala Mathur is working as a Professor and Head of the department. She joined VIT Campus on 6th Aug, 2008. She attained her Ph.D degree in “Inorganic Chemistry” in the year 2004 from University of Rajasthan. She is NET and JRF qualified in 2003. Her area of specialization is Physical Chemistry. She has teaching experience of 13 years and research experience of 4 years. So far she has 12 national and 2 international publications also she has published two books. She is working additional duties as chairperson Women Cell, Chief library class coordinator, Editor of Khoj- An interdisciplinary journal of research and Technexo- a review of library class.
2 Mr. Sunny jain Assistant Professor Jain has a rich experience in civil construction works. He worked in sites at Gurgaon, Noida of Delhi area and Pilani in Rajasthan. He believes that class room lectures should be mixed with experiences from site experiences. He is teaching courses on Building Design and Civil Engineering Materials.
3 Mr. Krishan murari Assistant Professor Krishan did his M.Tech from the Jagannath University, jaipur. He has experienced of teaching in Dr. Radhakrishanan Institute of Technology. He is an enthusiastic person and has deep passion on teaching students. He has his interests in structural engineering.
4 Mr. Amit Kumar Assistant Professor Mr. Amit Kumar did his B.tech from the Kautilya Inst.of Technology and Engineering, jaipur. He is working in VIT Campus since last 3.9 years. He is a hard working person and has deep passion on teaching students. He has his interests in Fluid Mechanics.
5 Mr.shashank Sharma Assistant Professor sharma did his B.tech from Siddhi Vinayak College of Science & HR. Education, vinayak . He has experienced of teaching in Gurukul Institute of Technology and engineering. He has his interest is concrete structure and quantity surveying.Education, vinayak .
6 Mr. Shailesh Kumar Assistant Professor kumar did his B.Tech from Arya College of Engineering, Jaipur. He has experienced of teaching in Surendra group of institutions. He has his interest in concrete technology and structural engineering.
7 Mr. Rishab Kumar Bagaria Assistant Professor Bagaria did his B.tech from Kautilya  Institute Technology and engineering. He has also completed his diploma from Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic college, Ludhiana.  He has experienced of teaching in  Advait Vedanta Institute of Technology, Jaipur. He has his interest in Engineering Geology, Water Resourse Engineering and CIVIL Engineering Drawing.
8 Mr. Deshraj Sharma Assistant Professor Sharma has interests in geotechnical engineering, Highway engineering and RWSS. He did his B.tech from Vivekananda Institute of technology (East), Jaipur.
9 Mr. Deepak Kumar Sharma Assistant Professor Sharma has interest in surveying, environment engineering, geotechnical engineering, SOM, and many more fields. He did his B.tech from Vivekananda Institute of Technology (East), Jaipur.
10 Mr. Lokesh kumar tiwari Assistant Professor Tiwari has interests in GIT, surveying, and practical’s of civil engineering like surveying’s and civil engineering materials. He is pursuing his M. Tech from Jagannath university Chaksu jaipur in transportation engineering stream and did his BTech from Chankaya technical campus (kautilya institute of technology) jaipur. He has also completed his diploma from Chaudhary parmaram godara polytechnic college Nohar Hanumangarh.
11 Miss Puja Zha Assistant Professor, Miss Puja Zha  did his B.tech from Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur. Assistant Professor  Miss Puja  has interest in geotechnical engineering, SOM, and many more fields