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About Department

   Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. Civil engineering is the oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it was defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering. It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines. Civil engineering takes place on all levels: public sector from municipal through to international companies.

   To cater to the need of the society Sipna College of Engineering & Technology, Amravati is oblige to impart quality civil Engineering education by making available all requisite contemporary infrastructures,books,equipments facilities along with well qualified faculty members capable of doing so

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Faculty Profile

Prof. R. V. Rothkar

M.E.(Civil)

Assistant Professor & Head

18 years Exp.

Prof. Y.S.Khandekar

M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

Dean(Infrastructure & Utility)

17.5 Years Exp.

Prof. S. P. Mahajan

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

9.10 Years Exp.

Prof. R. B.Wath

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

3.5 Year  Exp.

Prof. A.V.Tiwari

M.E. B.E. PGPACM,

Assistant Professor

8 Years Exp.

Prof. S. M. Patil

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

15 Years Exp.

Prof. M. D. Tare

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

13.5 Years Exp.

Prof. S. N. Kalbende

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

5 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Attal

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

10 Years  Exp.

Prof. A. A. Pande

B.E. M.E.

Assistant Professor

3.6 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Pand

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

2.6 Years Exp.

Tawalare Madam

Prof. R. N. Tawalare

B.E. Civil, M.Tech

Assistant Professor

4 Months Exp

Prof. Rutuja. J. Deshmukh

M.Tech(Geotechnical Engg.).

Assistant Professor

1 Years Exp.

Technical Supporting Staff:

1. Mr. Rahul M. Bagade 2. Mr. Amol S. Nikam 3. Mr. Shyam V. Wankhade 4. Mr. Sachin Suryawanshi

  • STRENGTH OF MATERIAL LAB
  • TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB
  • DRAWING HALL
  • GEOLOGY LAB
  • GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB
  • FLUID MECHANICS LAB
  • SURVEYING
  • REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE LAB
  • BUILDING PLANNING AND CAD LAB
  • THEORY OF STRUCTURE
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. LAB
Departmental Activities Workshops: 
  • Civil Third Year Student Visited At Ultratech Rmc Plant At Chandigarh...Click Here
  • Indusrial Visit Civil IV_to_Kurha_Prestress__Amravti...Click Here
  • Indusrial Visit Civil IV to Residential Flat System MIDC Road Amravati...Click Here
  • Guest lecture Conducted on Civil Engg. on dated 05 th Sep.2017...Click Here
  • Civil Department Students Activity Monthly Report (Sep 2017)...Click Here
  • Hearty Congratulations to Mr. Prajwal Shirsat for being selected National Level Inline Skating Competetion.....Click Here
  • Guest Lecture on Cement Concrete technology and Construction Practices by Mr. Ashish Sarode, Deputy Manager (Technical Services) at Orient Cement....Click Here
  • Construction Site Visit of Second Year. Students at Next Level Mall, Amravati .....Click Here
  • Heartily Congratulation to Shubham Mithe for securing Silver Medal in Senior State Power Lifting Championship held at Washim....Click Here
  • Heartily Congratulation to Ms. Nikita Deshmukh, final yr. civil being selected as a surveyor in department of Land Record, Nagpur Division, Nagpur.
  • Construction Site Visit of final Yr. Students .....Click Here
  • 3D Floor Plan  modeling Competition......Click Here

Civil Engineering

Since India is a developing country and still have lot to develop in the field of Infrastructure and other sector which has beem reflected by this years. There was never lack of jobs in Civil Engineering Among all branches of engineering, the range and applications of civil is bradest.Infact entire infrastructural framework of modern nation is creation of civil engineers.The credit of building mighty power plants, dams, airports, seaports, highways, inland waterlays goes to civil engineers.

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HEAD OF DEPT, CIVIL ENGINEERING
Name:  Prof Ravi V. Rothkar, Head of  civil Engg. Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)701 Email: ravirothkar@yahoo.co.in

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About Department

   Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. Civil engineering is the oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it was defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering. It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines. Civil engineering takes place on all levels: public sector from municipal through to international companies.

   To cater to the need of the society Sipna College of Engineering & Technology, Amravati is oblige to impart quality civil Engineering education by making available all requisite contemporary infrastructures,books,equipments facilities along with well qualified faculty members capable of doing so

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Faculty Profile

Prof. R. V. Rothkar

M.E.(Civil)

Assistant Professor & Head

19 years Exp.

Prof. Y.S.Khandekar

M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

Dean(Infrastructure & Utility)

18.5 Years Exp.

Prof. S. P. Mahajan

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

10.10 Years Exp.

Prof. R. B.Wath

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

4.5 Year  Exp.

Prof. A.V.Tiwari

M.E. B.E. PGPACM,

Assistant Professor

8 Years Exp.

Prof. S. M. Patil

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

16 Years Exp.

Prof. M. D. Tare

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

14.5 Years Exp.

Prof. S. N. Kalbende

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

6 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Attal

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

11 Years  Exp.

Prof. A. A. Pande

B.E. M.E.

Assistant Professor

4.6 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Pand

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

3.6 Years Exp.

Tawalare Madam

Prof. R. N. Tawalare

B.E. Civil, M.Tech

Assistant Professor

4 Months Exp

Technical Supporting Staff:

  • Mr. Amol S. Nikam
  • Mr. Shyam V. Wankhade
  • Mr. Sachin Suryawanshi

Departmental Activities News Letters

Syllabus for B.E. (Civil Engineering)Credit Grade System:

  • FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE IN CIVIL ENGINEERINGSEMESTER PATTERN ( CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM)
    Click Here.
  • SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING EXAMS.SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM)Click Here.
  • FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE IN BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING BRANCH – CIVIL ENGINEERING – SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM)
    Click Here.

Project Format

Industrial visit

  • Civil Third Year Student Visited At Ultratech Rmc Plant At Chandigarh…Click Here
  • Indusrial Visit Civil IV_to_Kurha_Prestress__Amravti…Click Here
  • Indusrial Visit Civil IV to Residential Flat System MIDC Road Amravati…Click Here

HEAD OF DEPT, CIVIL ENGINEERING

      • Name:  Prof Ravi V. Rothkar, Head of  civil Engg.
      • Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)701
      • Email:sipnacivil@gmail.com

    •  
  • Program Specific Outcomes (PSO):

    PSO.1 Professional Knowledge: To educate students in a manner that they should acquire knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to serve the society
    PSO.2 Design capability: To provide relevant engineering solutions in planning, analyzing, designing and execution of civil engineering projects
    PSO.3 Higher Studies: To prepare students to pursue post graduation and research in civil engineering and allied fields
    PSO.4 Professionalism: To train students so that they can consult, work and contribute to the infrastructural development projects under taken by government and private sector by adapting modern trends in civil engineering.

    Program Outcomes (PO):

    Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi disciplinary settings.

    • 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.

    • 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 multi disciplinary environments.
    • 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.

    Under Graduate

    Under Graduate – B. E. (Civil Engineering)

    Sr. NoCourseIntake
    01B.E.  (Civil Engineering)60

     

    STRENGTH OF MATERIAL LAB

    Objectives:

    • To demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials
      and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments.
    • Measuring the properties of the materials such as impact strength, tensile strength,
      compressive strength, hardness are conducted in the lab.

    Facilities:

    • Computerized Universal testing machine, with extensor meter having capacity
      100TON
    • Universal testing machine
    • Torsion testing machine
    • Impact testing machine
    • Brinell cum Rockwell hardness testing machine, etc.
    • Universal Testing Machine
    • Also providing the cunsultancy services for testing of steel material


    REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE LAB

    Objectives:

    • To expose students to general construction materials and their associated quality, durability & availability.
    • To prepare students to effectively link theory with practice and application. Also to demonstrate background of theoretical aspects.
    • To impart knowledge of various properties of fresh & hardened concrete and properties of its ingredients.
    • To prepare the students to have hands on experiments and to have exposure to equipment and machines.
    • To expose students to various quality control aspects of the civil engineering
      materials by performing different lab test on materials.
    • To prepare the students to generate and analyze data using experiments.


    GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB

    Objectives:

    • Provide civil engineering students with the basic knowledge to carry out field investigations and to indentify soils in geotechnical engineering practice.
    • Familiarize the students an understanding of permeability and seepage of soils.
    • To know about the consolidation and compaction effect on soil in lab and field.
    • To know how to find out shear strength parameters.


    TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB

    Objectives:

    • Provide a plat form to undergraduate and graduate students for
      practical implementation of
      Transportation Engineering projects.
    • Bring Engineering students to the level of industrial standards in
      field of Transportation Engineering.
    • Provide a platform for integration of academics and research.

    Facilities:

    • Marshal stability test
      (For mix design of Bitumin)
    • Aggregate crushing value test apparatus
      (Crusing strength of aggregate)
    • Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine
      (Abrasion value of aggregate)
    • Impact Value Testing machine
      (Impact value of aggregate)
    • Ductility testing machine
      (Ductlity value of bitumin)

    Also providing consultancy services for testing of
    Bitumin:-Ductility,Viscocity,softning point,Marshal stability,
    Aggregate;- Crushing strength,Abrasion value,,Impact value

    RCC lab
    List of major Equipment
    CTM Compression testing machine having 3000KN capacity

    • Vibration machine
    • Compaction Factor Test
    • Accelerated curing Tank

    Facilities
    Also we are providing consultancy services for testing of
    Concrete:- Compressive Test of concrete,paving block,Brick ,Cement
    Structural Auditing of structure
    NDT test (Non Destructive Test )
    Rebound Hammer Test


    FLUID MECHANICS LAB

    Objectives:

    • To provide a platform for the students to observe behaviour of fluids and measure the fluid flow under various conditions
    • To bring the engineering students to field standards used in fluid mechanics.
    • To provide a platform for integration of academics and research.


    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. LAB

    Objective

    • To introduce students to how the common environmental experiments
      relating to water and wastewater quality are performed.
    • This course
      will help students know which tests are appropriate for given
      environmental problems, statistically interpret laboratorial
      results and write technical reports, and apply the laboratorial
      results to problem identification, quantification, and basic
      environmental design and technical solutions.


    THEORY OF STRUCTURE

    Objectives:

    • To enable students to determine the forces, stresses, deflections and behaviour of various structural members like beams, columns, arches, trusses and frames when subjected to different types of loadings.
    • Equipment consists of simply supported beam, fixed beam, Three span continuous beam, column and strut apparatus, two hinged and three hinged arch model, unsymmetrical bending apparatus, pin jointed truss apparatus etc


    BUILDING PLANNING AND CAD LAB

    Objective

    • To expose students to general construction materials and their associated
      quality.
    • To prepare students to effectively link theory with practice and application.of
      software

    Facilities

    • In this lab 25 upgraded systems for performing practicals of various software


    SURVEYING

    Objective

    • To determine the relative position of any objects.
    • To determine the distance and angle between different objects.
    • To prepare a map or plan to represent an area on a horizontal plan.
    • To develop methods through the knowledge of modern science and the technology
      and use them in the field.
    • To solve measurement problems in an optimal way.

    Facilities
    Total Station (Trimble Nikon Focus 2 series)

    • Distance measurement
    • Range with specified
    • Prisms- 2.5 m to 4,000 m
    • Reflectorless- 500 m
    • Accuracy
    • Prisms- ±(2+2 ppm × D) mm
    • Reflectorless- ±(3+2 ppm × D) mm
    • Angle measurement
    • Horizontal and vertical

    2 inches/0.6 mgon 5 inches/1.5 mgon

    • Reading system-Absolute encoder
    • Dual Axis Tilting Sensor
    • Communications- serial (RS-232C), SD card, mini USB
    • Digital Planimeter
      Theodolite
    • Auto Level
    • Dumpy Level
    • Plane table with Accessories


    ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB

    Objective

    • To enable students to determine the forces, stresses, deflections and
      behaviour of structural members like beams.
    • To analyse the trusses and frames when subjected to different types of
      loadings.

    Facilities

    • Lab consists of simply supported beam for analyse the beam
      reaction,compound pendulam for determine acceleration due to gravity
    • Universal force board to verify the law of polygon
      Different types of simple machines for determine velocity ratio, efficiency of
      machine,Mechanical advantage

    GEOLOGY LAB

    Objective

    • The identification of different types of rocks and minerals for
      understanding their behavior.
    • To learn development of cracks, fissures in rocks, their causes and their remedies.

    Facilities

    • To identify the properties of rock and minerals

    DRAWING HALL

    Objectives

    • To learn various methods and techniques to draw various view of building
      and monuments

    Sr.GUIDE NAME2016-172017-18
    01R.V.ROTHKARCHARECTERASTIC OF
    DAIRY INDUSTRIAL
    WASTE AND DESIGN OF
    EFFLUENT TREATMENT
    PLANT
     
    02Y.S.KHANDEKARPHYSICO-CHEMICAL
    CHARISTERASTICS OF
    DISTILLERY EFFLUENT
    AND ITS BIOLOGICAL
    TRATMENT
    PIPING COMPOSTING
    03S.P.MAHAJANUSE OF COCONUT SHELL
    AS PARTIAL
    REPLACEMENT OF
    AGGREGATE IN
    CONCRETE
    PLANNING AND DESIGNING
    OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
    04MS.R.B.WATHIMPROVEMENT OF
    BLACK COTTON SOIL
    PROPERTIES USING
    EGGSHELL POWDER
    MICROBILOGICAL
    IMPROVEMENT OF THE
    PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF
    BLACK COTTON SOIL
    05A.V.TIWARISTUDY OF PLASTIC
    WASTE AS A PARTIAL
    REPLACEMENT OF
    BITUMEN IN DENCE
    BITUMINOUS CONCRETE
    FOR ROAD
    CONSTRUCTION
    STUDY ON COMPRESSWIVE
    STRENGHTH OF PLASTIC
    WASTE AND BITUNOMOUS
    CONCRETE FOR ROAD
    CONSTRUCTION
    06A.S.ATTALFLY ASH BASED
    GEOPOLYMER
    CONCRETE
    USE OF MARBAL CHIPS AS
    COARSE AGGRAGATE IN
    CONCRETE
    07M.D.TARECOMPARATIVE
    ANYALYSSIS BETWEEN
    PROPERTIES OF VARIOUS
    BRICKS
    COST ESTIMATION OF
    VARIOUS ITEMS OF
    BUILDING
    08S.P.PATILSTUDY AND ANYALYSIS
    OF ACCELERATED
    CURING METHOD
    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF
    BACTERIAL CONCRETE
    09S.N.KALBENDE COMPARISNON OF
    CONVENTIONAL AND HY
    BRID FIBRE RAINFORCE
    CONCRETE IN RIGID
    PAVEMENT REGARDING
    COMPRESSIVE STRENGHTH
    10A.S. PAND MODIFICATION IN FLUSH
    SYSTEM OF WATER CLOSET
    FOR CONSERVATION OF
    WATER
    11A.A. PANDE OPTIMIZATION OF OXYGEN
    TRANSFER RATE FOR
    ROTATING BIOLOGICAL
    CONSTRUCTOR
    12R. TAWALARENILSTABILIZATION OF
    INORGANIC MADIUM
    PLASTICITY CLAY BY USING
    NANOSILICA

    Congratulations from SIPNA Family, Students Placed in “Sood Towers & Constructions”

    Ms Pragati Shrikrushna Sadanshiv

    Ms. Pragati Shrikrushna Sadanshiv

    Mr Rushal

      Mr. Rushal Arvind Shekokar

     

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    Events and ActivitiesGuest LecturesTechnical WorkshopFaculty Training Programs

    Events and Activities

    • CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENT CONDUCTED MINOR PROJECT AT KONDESHWAR FROM 14 MARCH 2019-Click Here
    • Civil Third Year Student Visited At Ultratech Rmc Plant At Chandigarh…Click Here
    • Hearty Congratulations to Mr. Prajwal Shirsat for being selected National Level Inline Skating Competetion…..Click Here
    • Construction Site Visit of Second Year. Students at Next Level Mall, Amravati …..Click Here
    • Heartily Congratulation to Shubham Mithe for securing Silver Medal in Senior State Power Lifting Championship held at Washim….Click Here
    • Heartily Congratulation to Ms. Nikita Deshmukh, final yr. civil being selected as a surveyor in department of Land Record, Nagpur Division, Nagpur.
    • Construction Site Visit of final Yr. Students …..Click Here
    • 3D Floor Plan  modeling Competition……Click Here

    Guest Lectures

    • Guest lecture Conducted on Civil Engg. on dated 05 th Sep.2017…Click Here
    • Guest Lecture on Cement Concrete technology and Construction Practices by Mr. Ashish Sarode, Deputy Manager (Technical Services) at Orient Cement….Click Here

    Technical Workshop

    Faculty Training Programs

    Departmental News

    First year student of civil engg dept. MS.Sakshi rithe got 10.00CGPA in university exam of winter 2018

    MS. Bhagyashree khandare being 7th merit in civil engineering of summer 2018 examination of SGB Amravati university

    Congratulations to all Placed students in “Sood Towers & Constructions”

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