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Department of Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2008 with the intake of 60 students at Under Graduate level which later on increased to 91 students in 2015 and 180 in 2017 by AICTE. In the same year Post Graduate level Program with specialization in Structural Engineering was approved with intake of 16 students in 2015 and 30 in 2017. Mtech Transportation in 2017 with intake 18.

Mr. Santosh Kumar, Associate Prof & Head of Department

The Department of Civil Engineering at SSGI (FET), SSTC, Bhilai was established in 2008 and has continuously upgraded itself in terms of academic programs and research infrastructure, including state of the art laboratories and research facilities. The department attracts some of the finest young and dynamic faculty members and the best of the students for its Bachelors and Masters programs. Students are exposed to well defined academic programs along with a host of sports, cultural and organizational activities in the vibrant and beautiful campus of SSTC. The presence of the state of the art experimental and computational facilities at the institute, industry interaction, and industrial training opportunities help the students in the department to excel in their competitive professional lives. Our graduates and postgraduates have been selected by renowned leading national and multinational firms. The many achievements of our students have really made us proud!

The department is committed to providing excellence in classroom/laboratory infrastructure, enrichment of the academic and professional experience of students, outreach to the engineering community and society, and overall advancement in the field of Civil Engineering. We would be happy to receive any valuable suggestions from your side. Feel free to contact us if you have any queries or comments.

Our Objectives

  1. Prepare effective and responsible graduate engineers for global requirements by providing quality education.
  2. Upgrade existing labs of department and establishing Center of Excellence in various fields.
  3. To promote problem based learning in the department to meet requirements of industries.
  4. To strengthen sponsored Research Projects in collaboration with AICTE, CGCOST and DST.
  5. To motivate more faculties to Doctoral Program

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  1. To prepare the graduates to produce engineering designs based on principles of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals considering functionality, aesthetics, safety, cost effectiveness and sustainability.
  2. To develop the graduates of the program to be proficient in sub-fields of Civil Engineering to an extent that they can pursue careers in Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, and Transportation Engineering.
  3. To prepare the graduates of the program to be capable of working effectively in a professional environment by demonstrating technical communication skills, the ability to procure work, the ability to interact effectively with construction professionals, and an understanding of ethical, societal & environmental issues in Civil Engineering.
  4. To prepare students to enter and successfully complete, advanced degree programs within their fields of choice & to understand importance of the life-long learning.
  5. To promote the student awareness on lifelong learning by providing academic environment for higher learning and quality research & development, also to introduce them to professional ethics needed for successful career.

PROGRAME OUTCOMES (PO)

  1. Ability to apply Knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry& engineering.
  2. Graduates will be proficient in the core principles of Civil Engineering as they pertain to the sub-fields of Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water Resources Engineering and Transportation Engineering & will be able to apply these principles in solving real-time problems.
  3. Graduates will possess the ability to design and conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret experimental data, design curves, tables & charts.
  4. Graduates will have the knowledge of various methods of Surveying that will help to analyze topographical feasibility of any Civil Engg. Projects.
  5. Graduates will have the knowledge of various building materials & the various ways in which they are used in construction.
  6. Graduates will have the ability to prepare reports & working drawings with given specifications.
  7. Graduates will have the knowledge to prepare cost estimates and evaluate the cost efficiency of projects.
  8. Graduates will possess the ability to examine & execute construction works as per standard norms, specifications and safety.
  9. Graduates will have an understanding of critical issues for professionalism along with ethical codes of practice.
  10. Graduates will have the ability to execute the work under pressure & adverse condition.
  11. Graduates will understand the concepts of sustainable development & focus on various Environmental issues and contribute towards better environment.
  12. Graduates will have the ability to analyze & design structures using modern Civil Engg. Softwares.
  13. Graduates will master the ability to develop as a “Self Entrepreneur” to run his own consultancy firm or construction Company.
  14. Graduates can participate and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, IES, CAT, MAT, GRE etc.

Achievements

  1. Mr. Akshay Sharma, student of B.E final year has cleared GRE 2016 with 304 marks out of 340.
  2. Mr. Ankur Khandelwal, Mr. Akshay Sharma & Mr. Abhinav Dewangan, students of B.E 8th semester publisheded a paper titled “Comparative Study of Conventional Steel Building and Pre-Engineered Building to be used as an Industrial Shed” at IJERA, ISSN: 2248-9622, Vol. 5, Issue 11, (Part - 2) November 2015, pp.25-28.
  3. 8 students of 6th semester participated at the annual techfest of IIT Roorkee, named COGNIZANCE 2106.
  4. Mr. Chirag Pawar, Ms. Palak Sharma, Ms. Rakhi Patel and Ms. Shubhangee Bagchi got recruited by Tech-Mahindra.
  5. Mr. Himank Gautam and Mr. Prakhar Bansal got recruited by Adani Group.
  6. Students of Association of Civil Engineering (AAKAAR) successfully organized a two-day sporting event named SMASH 2016.

Research Facility

  1. 38 well configured PCs (Dual core, 1GB RAM with latest STAAD.Pro installed)
  2. Well equipped Testing & Consultancy Cell
  3. AutoCAD, SAP 2000 Non-Linear & STAAD.Pro v8i Softwares
  4. Close interaction with industry under I.I.I. (Industry Institute Interaction)
  5. Timely site visits for students to provide practical knowledge
  6. 24 Hrs internet facility (Wired + WiFi)
  7. Short term trainings on AutoCAD/STAAD-Pro, provided by SEANS Infosystems.

Labs Details

Name of the Laboratory Lab / Major Equipments
Geotech Lab Apparatus for soil density, Soil Hydrometer Apparatus, Hot air Oven, Liquid Limit device, Shrinkage Limit Appartus, Constant head permeability test apparatus, Falling, head permeability test apparatus, Mechanical sieve shanker analysis (Complete test of service) Test sieve 30 cm dia meter GI Sheet Frame as per IS 460 for corse aggregate of following, sizes, Static cone penetrometre test apparatus
Transportation Engg. Lab Ring & Ball Apparatus, Standard Penetro Meter (Hand Operated), Loss Angles Abrasion Machine (Hand Operated), Devals Abrasion Machine, Ductility testing Machine, Traviscometer, Sieve Shaker, Mechanical sieve shanker analysis (Complete test of service) Test sieve 30 cm dia meter GI Sheet Frame as per IS 460 for corse aggregate of following sizes, Test Sieve 20 cmm dia meter brass frmae as per IS 460 for fine aggregate of following sizes, Aggregate impact testing Machine, Flash and fire point apparatus, Hot air oven, Water Bath
Structural Engg. Lab Elastic Properties of beam appartus, Maxwells law of reciprocal deflection apparatus, Universal frame with variety of curved bars, Universal frame with variety of portal frames, Digital strain indicator, Dial gagues for measuring deflection, Weights and rangers to apply loads.
Computer Lab Ansys Academic Teaching Introductory Version 12.1 32000 nodes, Auto Cat, (STAAD Pro, )
Material Testing Lab Vicat's apparatus, Sieve Shaker, Oven, Vibrating Machine, Slump Cone Test apparatus, I.S. Sieve set, Digital Weighing Machine, Beam balance with weight box, Spring Blance 
Survey Lab Dumpy level, Theodolite, Auto level, Levelling Staff, Prismatic Compass, Surveyors Compass, Measuring Chain, Measuring Tape, Plumb Bob, Trough Compass, Ranging Rods, Arrows, Cross Staff, Alidade, Plumbing fork, Plane Table
Concrete Lab Compression Testing Machine 200 MT with Three Pressure Gauges Consal Slum Test Apparatus, Consal Cube Mould size 150 mm x 150mm x 150 mm, CLE Cube Mould Size 150mm x 150 mm x 150mm, CLE Cube Mould size 150 mm x 150 mm x 150mm, Consal Gauging Trowel, Consal Compaction Factor Apparatus, Consa Flow of Motors and Hydraulic Cement, Consla Concrete Test hammer (Small)
Environment Lab Cdigital Turbidity Meter,  Consal Digitla pH Meter, Consla Laboratory Muffle Furnace, Chamber Size 100 mm x 100mmx 225mm, Chamber size 150mm x 150 mm x 300mm, Consal Hota Air Oven, Consal Jar Test Apparatus, Capacity 1 it with 2 stirrer
Engg. Geology Lab Crystallographic Model, Collection of Minerls Showing Natural Crystal  set of 15, Collection of Minorab Showing Lustural set of 15, Showing cleaovage Set of 15, Showing Fracture Set of 7, Building Industries Set of 20, Collection of 15 lgnecus, 15 sodiminting, 15 Metamorphic Rock 3 Separat- bcp, Hordnen Scal base, Strecak Plato, Enemal Tray

Courses

S.No Course Name Duration Intake
1 B.E. Four Year 180
2 M.Tech(Structure Engg) Two Year 30
3 M.Tech(Transportation Engg) Two Year 18
S.No Department Name of Laboratory Carpet area (in m2 ) Major Equipments Available Purpose
1 Civil Engineering Geotech Engineering Lab 131.133 Apparatus for soil density, Soil Hydrometer Apparatus, Hot air Oven, Liquid Limit device, Shrinkage Limit Apparatus, Constant head permeability test apparatus, Falling, head permeability test apparatus, Mechanical sieve shaker For analysis and verification of characteristics of Soil, Sand, etc. 5 th & 6 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
2 Transportation Engineering Lab 102.457 Ring & Ball Apparatus, Standard Penetrometer (Hand Operated), LossAngles Abrasion Machine (Hand Operated), Deval’s Abrasion Machine, Ductility testing Machine, Sieve Shaker, Aggregate impact testing Machine For analyzing the characteristics of aggregates and bitumen. 4 th & 5 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
3 Structural Engineering Lab 68.378 Elastic Properties of beam apparatus, Maxwell’s law of reciprocal deflection apparatus, Universal frame with variety of curved bars, Universal frame with variety of portal frames, Digital strain indicator For structural analysis of structures using software aids. 5 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
4 Concrete Technology Lab 104.335 Compression Testing Machine 200 MT, Gauging Trowel, Compaction Factor Apparatus, Slump test apparatus, Flow of Motors and Hydraulic Cement, Concrete Test hammer (Small) For determination of various properties of concrete and cement. 6 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
5 Material Testing Lab 104.335 Vicat's apparatus, Sieve Shaker, Oven, Vibrating Machine, Slump Cone Test apparatus, I.S. Sieve set, Digital Weighing Machine, Beam balance with weight box, Spring Balance For determination of various properties of aggregates. 3 rd Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
6 Surveying Lab 87.062 Dumpy level, Theodolite, Auto level, Levelling Staff, Prismatic Compass, Surveyors Compass, Measuring Chain, Measuring Tape, Plumb Bob, Compass, Ranging Rods, Arrows, Cross Staff, Alidade, Plumb fork, Plane Table For practical verification of principles of surveying. 3 rd & 4 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
7 Computer Lab 68.378 ANSYS Academic Teaching Introductory Version 12.1 32000 nodes, Auto CAD, STAAD Pro, SAP 2000 Non-Linear, BeCN India Combined Software works of AutoCAD, SAP 2000 and STAAD.Pro. 4 th , 6 th & 7 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
8 Environment Engineering Lab 102.534 Digital Turbidity Meter,  Digital pH Meter, Laboratory Muffle Furnace, Chamber Size 100 mm x 100mmx 225mm and 150mm x 150 mm x 300mm, Hot Air Oven, Jar Test Apparatus. For analysis and verification of characteristics of drinking & waste water. 6 th & 7 th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab.
9 Engineering Geology Lab 102.457 Crystallographic Model, Collection of Minerals Showing Natural Crystal  set of 15, Collection of Minorab Showing Lustural set of 15, Showing cleavage Set of 15, Showing Fracture Set of 7, Building Industries Set of 20 4th Semester students of Civil branch are utilizing the lab to verify the properties of different stones.

Gate Qualified Students

Batch Qualifying Exam No. of students Name of Students
2017 GATE 12 Akshay Jain
Sourabh Matolia
Pranita Rahangdale
Chandresh Sao
Nivedita Acharya
Praveen Kumar Sahu
Anjali Prasad
Subrata Majee
Hanish Singhal
Namita Sharma
Paran Raj Bhatia
Gaurav Agrawal
State Services Nil -
Civil Services Nil -
GRE Nil -
2016 GATE 10 Akshay Jain
Shahbaz Ahmed
Shubhanghee Bagchi
Chirag Pawar
Abhinav Dewangan
Anmol Sharma
Pravek Sahu
Sameer Deshmukh
Karan Mishra
Himank Gautam
Tarandeep Singh
State Services Nil -
Civil Services Nil -
GRE 1 Akshay Sharma
2015 GATE 3 Manish Kumar Jaiswal
Avinash Rao
Vijay Kumar Dewangan
State Services 2 Poonam Prajapati
Ishita Sahu
Civil Services Nil -
GRE Nil -
2014 GATE 10 Deepti Hazari
Shobhi Sharma
Aman Kumar Sahu
Himanshu Agrawal
Anushka Agrawal
Ayush Ransingh
Ajay Kumar Shrivastava
Jayant Agrawal
Tarun Gupta
Suryakant Gupta
State Services 2 Nitesh Jaiswal
Mohd. Rizwan Chouhan
Civil Services 2 Aman Kumar Sahu
Shobhi Sharma
GRE Nil -
2013 GATE 2 Sakshi Katariya
Hitesh Kumar Pandwar
State Services 5 Shivam Sinha
Shivam Soni
Deepak Agrawal
Sunita Meshram
Vinay Kumar Verma
Civil Services Nil -
GRE Nil -
2012 GATE 1 Piyusha Hirpurkar
State Services 2 Privesh Sahu
Sandeep Sharma
Civil Services 1 Happy Raja Sinha
GRE 1 Aditya Bhatnagar

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS FOR LAST THREE YEARS

LIST OF ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

  1. Abhyuday Titiksh, Dr. M.K. Gupta, “A Study of the Various Structural Framing Systems Subjected to Seismic Loads”, SSRG International Journal of Civil Engineering (SSRG- IJCE) – Volume 2 Issue 4 April 2015, Pp 23-30 (ISSN: 2348-8352).
  2. Abhyuday Titiksh, Dr. M.K. Gupta, “A Comparative Study of the Various Structural Framing Systems Subjected To Seismic Loads“, International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR) – Volume 3, Issue 5, May 2015, Pp 59-64 (ISSN: 2321-0869).
  3. Abhyuday Titiksh, Dr. M.K. Gupta, “A Study of the Various Structural Framing Systems Subjected to Seismic Loads”, International Journal of Earthquake Engineering & Hazard Mitigation (IREHM) – Volume 3 Issue 1 November 2015, Pp 18-23 (ISSN: 2282-7226).
  4. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Dr. Samir Bajpai, Dr. U. K. Dewangan , “Assessment of Heavy Metal Concentrations in Surface Water Sources in an Industrial Region of Central India”, Karbala International Journal of Modern Science 1 (2015)” Pp 9-14 (ISSN: 2405-609X)
  5. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Dr. Samir Bajpai, Dr. U. K. Dewangan , “An Analytical Study of Heavy Metal Concentration in Soil of an Industrial Region of Chhattisgarh, Central India”, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 7, July 2015 (ISSN 2250-3153)
  6. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Dr. Samir Bajpai, Dr. U. K. Dewangan , Raunak Tamrakar, (2015), “Suitability of leaching test methods for fly ash and slag: A review”, Journal of Radiation Research and Applied Sciences, Available online 2 July 2015 (ISSN: 1687-8507)
  7. Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Dr. Samir Bajpai, Dr. U. K. Dewangan, “Prediction of Industrial Solid Waste with ANFIS Model and its comparison with ANN Model- A Case Study of Durg- Bhilai Twin City India”, Int. J. of Engg. & Innovative Tech. (IJEIT), Volume 2/6, December 2015, Pp 192 -201 (ISSN: 2277-3754).

LIST OF ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. M.K. Tiwari, Presented a paper in an International Conference on topic “Fly Ash Management: An Explanatory Study In Indian Context” at “Shaastrarth – 2014” organized by Rungta Group of Institutions, Bhilai-Raipur on 23-24 March 2014.
  2. Santosh Kumar, Presented a paper in a National Conference on topic “Role of Water Resource Development in India” at “Vimarsh – 2013” organized by Chauksey Engineering College, Bilaspur, on 12-13 September, 2013, Pp 62.
  3. Abhyuday Titiksh, Presented a paper in a National Conference on topic “Role of Water Resource Development in India” at “Vimarsh – 2013” organized by Chauksey Engineering College, Bilaspur, on 12-13 September, 2013, Pp 62.
  4. Abhyuday Titiksh, Presented a paper in a National Conference on topic “Industrial Waste Water Treatment by Water Hyacinth” at “Recent Advances in Meterology, Climatology, and Environment – 2013” organized by Bhilai Institute of Technology, Raipur.

LIST OF SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, STTP & SDP ATTENDED / PARTICIPATED

  1. Abhyuday Titiksh, Organized Workshop on StaadPro by Robo Edutech Pvt. Ltd. & IIT- Bhubhaneshwar at SSTC, Bhilai on 2-3 March 2015.
  2. Abhyuday Titiksh, Attended a National Conference “BITCON 2015” at BIT Durg on 20-21 February 2015.
  3. Abhyuday Titiksh, Attended a STTP on “Introduction to Structural Engineering” Organized by IIT-Kharagpur at BIT Durg on 4-9 January 2016.
  4. M.K. Tiwari, Attended a workshop on “Renewable Energy & Environment” (REE-14)(12 th – 13 th June 2014 under TEQIP Phase - II) organized by Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Raipur (CG).
  5. M.K. Tiwari, Participated in an International Conference on “Emerging Challenges and Issues in Environmental Protection” sponsored by Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology held at Raipur Institute of Technology, Raipur on 23-24 January 2014.

Future Target and Planning

  1. Prepare effective and responsible graduate engineers for global requirements by providing quality education.
  2. Upgrade existing labs of department and establishing Center of Excellence in various fields.
  3. To promote problem based learning in the department to meet requirements of industries.
  4. To strengthen sponsored Research Projects in collaboration with AICTE, CGCOST and DST.
  5. To motivate more faculties to Doctoral Program