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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 to international companies.

   To cater the needs of the society, Sipna College of Engineering & Technology, Amravati is obliged to impart quality civil engineering education by making available all requisite contemporary infrastructures, books, equipments  and facilities along with well qualified faculty members.

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Faculty Profile

Prof. R. V. Rothkar

M.E.(Civil)

Assistant Professor & Head

19 years Exp.

Prof. Y.S. Khandekar

Ph.D.(Pursuing) ,

M.Tech.(Env.Engg)

Assistant Professor

Dean(Infrastructure & Utility)

Prof. S. P. Mahajan

 M.Tech. (Str.Engg.)

Assistant Professor

14 Years Exp.

Prof. R. B.Wath

M.Tech. (Geotech.Engg.)

Assistant Professor

5 Year  Exp.

Dr. A.V.Tiwari

Ph.D.

M.E. (Env.Engg),

PGPACM.

Assistant Professor

8 Years Exp.

Prof. S. M. Patil

M.E. (Str.Engg.)

Assistant Professor

16 Years Exp.

Prof. M. D. Tare

M.Tech (Str.Engg.)

Assistant Professor

13 Years Exp.

Prof. S. N. Kalbende

M.Tech. (Trnsp.Engg)

Assistant Professor

6 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Attal

M.Tech. (Str.Engg.)

Assistant Professor

11 Years  Exp.

Prof. A. A. Pande

M.E. (Const.Engg. & Mgt)

Assistant Professor

4.6 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Pand

M.Tech. (Env.Engg)

Assistant Professor

3.6 Years Exp.

Tawalare Madam

Prof. D.R.Deshmukh

M.E.(Structural Engineering)

Assistant Professor

8 Years Exp

Technical Supporting Staff:

  •  Mr. Shyam V. Wankhade
  • Mr. Amol S. Nikam
  • Mr. Saurabh P. Wanve
  • Mr. Abhay K. Wankhade
  • Mr. Sachin P. Suryawanshi

Departmental Activities News Letters

Newsletter 2018-19… Click Here

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

Time Table:

Project Format

Industrial Visit

Sr. NoIndustryAcademic Year of
industrial visit
No.of StudentDate of Event
01Site Visit to Proposed Construction of Apartment, Kranti
Colony , Amravati
Final Year6803-10-2018
02Site Visit to Proposed Construction of Commercial Complex,
Biyani Square, Amravati
Final Year7006-10-2018
03Site Visit to Tirupati Industries, Kurha, AmravatiFinal Year7112-10-2018
04Site Visit to ” Sewage Treatment Plant” at Lalkhadi, AmravatiFinal Year6230-03-2019
05Site Visit to ” Siddhivinayak Ready Mix Plant”, at Masod,
Amravati
Second Year5209-04-2019
06Site Visit to ” Badnera railway Station” Badnera AmravatiThird Year5010-04-2019
07Site Visit to ” Tirupati Prestress-Precast Industry” Kurha,
Amravati
Third Year5711-04-2019

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 Education Objectives (PEO):

PEO 1: To prepare graduates with a sound fundamental and advanced knowledge in mathematical and civil engineering subjects, which is necessary to meet the need civil engineering

industry.

PEO2: To prepare graduate in civil engineering for successful careers and make them to get entry level Position in civil engineering firms and government organizations.

PEO 3: To provide the students with a comprehensive and balanced knowledge of the several sub Branches of civil engineering to pursuit higher degree in civil engineering and lifelong learning.

PEO 4: To create an understanding among the students and aware them about social responsibility ethical standard and environmental issues.

Program Outcomes (PO):

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO 1: Engineering knowledge:
Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO 2: 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.
PO 3: 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.
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.

PO 5: 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.
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 engineering practice.
PO 7: 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.
PO 8: Ethics:
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO 9: Individual and teamwork:
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi disciplinary settings.

PO 10: 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.
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 projects and in multi disciplinary 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 Outcomes (PSO):

PSO.1Professional Knowledge:
To educate students in a manner that they should acquire knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to serve the society
PSO.2Design capability:
To provide relevant engineering solutions in planning, analyzing, designing and execution of civil engineering projects
PSO.3Higher 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.

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

Facilities:

  • Computerized universal testing machine, with extensive meter having capacity 100 Ton.
  • Universal testing machine.
  • Torsion testing machine.
  • Impact testing machine.
  • Brinell cum Rockwell hardness testing machine, etc.
  • Universal Testing Machine.
  • Providing the consultancy 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 practical applications and to demonstrate background of theoretical aspects.
  • To impart knowledge of various properties of fresh & hardened concrete and its ingredients.
  • To prepare the students to have hands on experiments and exposure to equipment’s and machines.
  • To expose students to various quality control aspects of the civil engineering materials by performing different lab tests on materials.
  • To prepare the students to generate and analyze data using experiments.

Facilities

  • CTM (Compression Testing Machine) having 300 KN capacity
  • Vibration machine
  • Compaction factor test
  • Accelerated curing tank

We also provide consultancy services for testing of

  • Mix design of concrete.
  • Compression test of concrete block, paving block brick and cement.
  • Structural auditing of structures.
  • NDT (Non Destructive Testing – Rebound Hammer test)


GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB

Objectives:

  • Provide civil engineering students with the basic knowledge to carry out field investigations and to identify soils in geotechnical engineering practice.
  • To make the students familiar with the concepts of permeability and seepage of soils.
  • To understand the consolidation and compaction effect on soil in lab and field.
  • To study and find shear strength parameters.

Facilities:

  • Triaxial Shear Test
  • Direct Shear Test
  • California Bearing Ratios
  • Unconfined Compression Test
  • Standard Penetration Test
  • Static Cone Penetration Test
  • Soil Resistivity Test

We also provide consultancy services for testing of

  • Soil Swelling Pressure
  • CBR (California Bearing Ratio)
  • Pearmeability
  • Swelling index
  • Field density
  • Resistivity of soil
  • Standard penetration


TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB

Objectives:

  • To provide a platform to undergraduate and graduate students for practical implementation of transportation engineering projects.
  • To 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 (Crushing strength of aggregate)
  • Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine (Abrasion value of aggregate)
  • Impact Value Testing machine (Impact value of aggregate)
  • Ductility testing machine (Ductility value of Bitumin)
  • We also provide consultancy services for testing of Bitumin: Ductility, Viscocity, Softening point, Marshal stability Aggregate: Crushing strength, Abrasion value, Impact value

Major Equipment’s:

  •  Aggregate crushing value test apparatus
  • Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine
  • Aggregate Impact Value Testing machine
  • Ductility testing machine
  • Marshal Stability apparatus
  • Hot plate
  • Oven
  • Hot Water bath
  • Flakiness and elongation test apparatus
  • Ring and ball test apparatus
  •  Penetration test value apparatus
  • Viscometer

Following tests regarding consultancy can be carried out:

1. Determination of Los Angeles value
2. Determination of Aggregate Impact value
3. Determination of Viscosity of Bituminous


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 make the students aware of the field standards used in fluid mechanics.
  • To provide a platform for integration of academics and research.

Major Equipments:

  • Impact of jet apparatus
  • Tilting Flume
  • Francis Turbine
  • Pelton Turbine
  • Centrifugal Pump
  • Reciprocating Pump


ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG. LAB

Objective

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

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 practical applications of softwares.

Facilities

  • In this lab 25 upgraded systems for performing the practicals.


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 plane.
  • To develop methods through the knowledge of modern science and 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 to analyse the beam reaction, compound pendulum  and to determine acceleration due to gravity.
  • Universal force board to verify the law of polygon.
  • Different types of simple machines to determine velocity ratio, efficiency of machine, mechanical advantage.


GEOLOGY LAB

Objective

  • To identify different types of rocks and minerals to understand their behavior.
  • To learn development of cracks, fissures in rocks, their causes and remedies.

Facilities

  • To identify the properties of rock and minerals.

Academic Year 2018-19

Sr.No.Name Of ProjectDeveloped ByGuided By
01Comparison Between AAC Blocks And Conventional BricksUjwal V. Barbde, Puja S. Shelke, Shivam S. Ghadekar , Harshal S. Charthad ,
Kunal R. Sharma , Sanyojita B. Dhongade
Prof.R.V.Rothkar
02Evaluation And Assessment Of Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) At Nimbhora MIDC (Amravati)Nilesh K. Shukla , Dhiraj S. Agrawal ,
Prajwal K. Nachankar,Akasha S. Chavan ,Gaurav S. Mishra,Noopur R. Khuje
,Diksha A. Ganesh
Prof.Y.S.Khandekar
03Water Supply Scheme For Sipna College Campus /
Self Curing Concrete With Recycled Aggregates

Ekeshwari N. Karmore, Pallavi A. Ghatode, Gaurav R. Bhale , Dipak D. Dhavale , Abhishek P. Anand , Mudar S. Hussain.

Manthan P. Jaiswal , Prajwal R. Shirsat , Sakshi V. Gulhane, Vaibhavi A. Sapkal , Ishan D. Sherekar , Sakshi R. Pal

Prof.S.P.Mahajan
04Designing Policies For Harisal As A Smart VillageRadhika J. Jaipurkar, Smruti M. Kanoje, Kiran R. Dahake, Chaitanya S. Gadhe , Athrav U. Koleshwar, Darshan D. KohaleProf.A.S.Attal
05Earthquake Analysis Of Residential BuildingPranay P. Rathi, Rushikesh V. Dakre, Prathamesh A. Mardikar, Shivam M. Sharma , Pragati S. Sandanshiv, Komal H. BawneProf. R.B.Wath
06Preliminary Design For Wastewater Treatment Of Hostel Building Using Constructed WetlandSumedh H. Bambal Rugved G. Wankhade, Pranav S. Dhumale Revati A. Tayade Vaibhav A. Mankar , Shraddha R. VigheProf.A.V.Tiwari
07Post Installed Rebar Connection- Comparative Study Using Different Epoxy SolutionsShreyash V. Bhonde , Anup A. Raut , Pratik A. Ghatole, Chetan B. Khawale , Lokesh R. Dadmal, Swapnil Y. RathodProf.S.M.Patil
08Comparison Of Two Different Grade Retempered ConcreteAkshata M. Bhandarge ,
Tejashwini D. Wankhade , Yamini V. Bople , Rushal A. Shekokar , Swarup R. Shirpurwar , Kajal R. Gend, Reshma R. Jambhulkar
Prof.M.D.Tare
09Comparative Study Of Plastic Paving Blocks Over Traditional Concrete Paving BlocksKasif Anwar , Shreyas S. Tayade, Shriram S. Raghatate , Akash Bholwankar , Yashvant M. Kadagale, Pratik R. Arbal, Sanket S. HoleyProf.S.N.Kalbende
10Utilization Of Coal Ash In Stabilised Mud BlocksR. Akash S. Jadhav, Devesh R. Rathod ,Mr Prabhas R. Vishwakarma, Avinashkumar S. Surwade, Mayuri D. Zate ,
Dipali M. Hemane , Aishwarya S. Nilatkar .
Prof.A.S. Pand
11Manufacturing Of Bricks By Using Black Cotton Soil And CementAtharv N. Atkare ,Chinar C. Bandwal , Pratiksha D. Pateriya, Srushti D. Bhagat ,
,Samiksha P. Dhole , Sahil S. Radke
Prof.A.A. Pande

Academic Year 2017-18

Sr.No.Name Of ProjectDeveloped ByGuided By
01Replacement Of Conventional Pavements By Permeable PavementsBhagyashree P. Khandare ,
Vaishnavi M. Lahoti,
Shital K. Yergude,
Neha S. Hiware
,Neha R. Dahake
Prof.R.V.Rothkar
02Piping CompostingRaksha D. Thatar ,
Samiksha A. Band ,
Prasad R. Kolankar , Suraj K. Lilarvhe ,Nishigandha D. Bhagyawant
Prof.Y.S.Khandekar
03Planning And Designing Of Residential BuildingPallavi S. Kheole ,Monali R. Mahure ,Yogita A. Bhande,Dipika V. Sahu, Ashwini A. PardeProf.S.P.Mahajan
04Use Of Marble Chips As Coarse Aggregate In ConcreteAditya R. Korat,Ansar K. GarweProf.A.S.Attal
05Microbiological Improvement Of The Physical Properties Of Black Cotton Soil

Shubham S. Mishra ,
Krishna S. Sahu ,
Shubham S. Sahastrabuddhe ,
Tejas A. Kalmegh ,
Arunojay V. Gondane
,Gaurav R. Bhure,
Apurva A. Deshmukh,
Rajkumar S. Laddha
,Unnati D. Kurekar,
Vedant R. Hutke

Prof.Ms.R.B.Wath
06Study On Compressive Strength Of Plastic Waste And Bituminous Concrete For Road Construction

Pankaj G. Prisingalwar
,Laxmikant D. Waldekar , Utkarshkumar U.Ture,
Samruddhi S. Kale

Prof.A.V.Tiwari
07Experimental Study Of Bacterial Concrete

Jayesh D. Sonone
Shreya G. Gulahe
Rutuja R. Maldhure
Apoorva P. Hirulka
Neha A. Hukare

Prof.S.M.Patil
08Cost Estimation Of Various Items Of Building

Shreya R. Bansod ,Mrunali H. Surpam,Darshana S. Jamnik,Shrutika K. Sherekar

Prof.M.D.Tare
09Comparison Of Conventional And Hy Brid Fibre Reinforce Concrete In Rigid Pavement Regarding Compressive Strength

Kartik V. Atkar Siddharth M. Jain Saurabh H. Bagade Pawan N. Bhuskute Harshal M. Tetu

Prof.S.N.Kalbende
10Modification In Flush System Of Water Closet For Conservation Of WaterGaurav D. Bhonde ,
Vaibhav G. Rathod,
Vishal M. Kathale ,
Akshay V. Dhumane
Prof.A.S. Pand
11Optimization Of Oxygen Transfer Rate For Rotating Biological ConstructorKaran D. Wankhede ,
Kajal D. Kawalkar ,
Mahesh M. Ghuge ,
Bhavana H. Devikar ,
Harshavardhan N. Wankhade
Prof.A.A. Pande
12Stabilisation Of Inorganic Medium Plasticity Clay By Using Nano-silicaPriya S.Gawande
Aachal R.Bansod
Kiran S.Pise
Diksha S. Rathi
Prof.R.N. Tawlare

Academic Year 2016-17

Sr.No.Name Of ProjectDeveloped ByGuided By
01Characteristic Of Dairy Industrial Waste And Design Of Effluent Treatment PlantTejas O. Tale
Gaurav S. Athawale Nikhil D. Bharati Ashwini D. Ingle Shamal V. Borode
Prof.R.V.Rothkar
02Physico-Chemical Characteristics Of Distillery Effluent And Its Biological Treatment

Devyani S. Deshmukh Sandesh S. Kamble Nikita V. Zatale Shivam R. Solanke

Prof.Y.S.Khandekar
03Use Of Coconut Shell As Partial Replacement Of Aggregate In ConcretePradnya Nandeshwar
Komal Dhokane
Purva Jamnik
Anam Nayab
Pallavi Shelke
Prof.S.P.Mahajan
04Fly Ash Based Geopolymer ConcreteAkshay H. Deshmukh Vikki D. Dhangare Abhijeet R. Deshmukh Prafull B. Sawake Shubham D. Kahale Akshay V. KabraProf.A.S.Attal
05Improvement Of Black Cotton Soil Properties Using Eggshell PowderSunny B. Thakur Rohan G. Yewale Akash H. Shirkare Akshay J. Indurkar Akshay K. Bijawe

Prof.Ms.R.B.Wath

06Study Of Plastic Waste As A Partial Replacement Of Bitumen In Dence Bituminous Concrete For Road ConstructionTrupti R. Junghare Mayuri P. Gale Antra R. Vairale Prayesh S. Dhakulkar Shubham G. Chavan

Prof.A.V.Tiwari

07Study And Analysis Of Accelerated Curing MethodAkhilesh R. Raut Keshav B. Goyanka Ankit G. Masne Akash M. Rathi Akash N. Ingle Mayur S. Mohod

Prof.S.M.Patil

08Comparative Analysis Between Properties Of Various BricksAkash A. Gawande Abhinay M. Bhalerao Manoj A. Niwal Akash P. Talan Pratik D. Gupta

Prof.M.D.Tare

09Use Of Discrete Polypropylene And Steel Fibers In Rigid Pavement Regarding Compressive StrengthPriyanka R. Ghate Manisha M. Parvatkar Vaishnavi J. Gulhane Diksha S. UikeyProf.S.N.Kalbende
10Treatment Of Wastewater Streams From HostelAishwary S. Asole Nikita G. Deshmukh Sapna R. Kamble Dhanashree N. Kuche Roshani D. TaleProf.A.S. Pand
11Behaviour Of Expansive Soil With Fly Ash Mixed Waste MaterialsSudarshan Jadhao,
Vijay Ratod,
Akshay Kambale,
Jayeshree Sakhare
,Gauri Kale
Prof.A.A. Pande
12Effect ion Of Characteristics Strength Of Concrete Using Non Bio-Degradable Material And Demolish WasteShweta Deshkar
Madhu Chhagani
Payoshni Dange
Abhinav Meshram
Sarvesh Bhisikar
Prof.A.S.Rathi

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Events and ActivitiesGuest Lectures

Events and Activities

Events and Activities 2018-2019

Sr.No.Type of EventTopicNo.of
Participants
Name of ExpertsDate of Event
01Guest lecturePreparation for MPSC & UPSC38Miss. Nikita
Jatale
18-07-2018
02Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “Higher Studies in Abroad & Future Job
Opportunities”
30Mr. Prasad
Nandurkar
23-08-2018
03Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “M-Tech as Carrier Option &
Opportunities Available Through GATE ”
52Mr. Umesh
Aaglave
16-01-2019
04Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “Geo Technical Engineering”53Mr. Shardul
Singh
18-01-2019
05Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “ Introduction to Civil Engineering ”28Ms. Kshama
Gore
12-02-2019
06Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “Project Planning & Detailing”32Mr. Amit Gilda13-02-2019
07Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “Aspects of Study Habits”52Ms. Bhagyashri
Khandare
06-03-2019
08Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “ Building Planning & Drawing ”27Ms. Manjiri
Dhakulkar
12-03-2019
09Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “ Transportation Engg & Fluid Mechanics34Ms. Kanchan
Ingle
19-03-2019
10Guest lectureGuest Lecture on “ Building Foundations ”32Ms. Krushna
Malani
26-03-2019

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

Sr.No.Name Of StudentEventVenue PrizeSession
01Ms. Rucha DeshmukhArcheryPRMIT&R
Badnera
Colour Coat2018-2019
02Mr .Yash WakodeWersling Heavy
weight
SGBAU
Amravati
Colour Coat2018-2019

Departmental News

Congratulations to Prof. Ms. Rani Wath for First Rank in NPTEL exam on all India level. ( 96 percent) in a subject of Testing in Geotechnical Laboratories.

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”